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Smart Sensors
Smart Sensors
ZX2 Series
OMRON Corporation
Industrial Automation Company
Laser Displacement Sensors CMOS Type
ZX2 Series
User’s Manual
Authorized Distributor:
Tokyo, JAPAN
Contact: www.ia.omron.com
Regional Headquarters
OMRON EUROPE B.V.
Sensor Business Unit
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© OMRON Corporation 2010 All Rights Reserved.
In the interest of product improvement,
specifications are subject to change without notice.
Printed in Japan
Cat. No. Z310-E1-03
(1103)
Cat. No. Z310-E1-03
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
CONTENTS
Introduction
Meanings of Signal Words. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Meanings of Alert Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Laser Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Precautions for Safe Use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Precautions for Correct Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
How to Use This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
PREPARATION FOR MEASUREMENT
Height
Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Steps
and
Warpage
Basic Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Amplifier Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Sensor Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Calculating Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
2
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Installing Sensor Heads. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Installing the Amplifier Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Connecting Calculating Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Connecting the Sensor Head to the Amplifier Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Wiring Input/Output Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
I/O Circuit Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
FLOW OF OPERATION
FLOW OF OPERATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
BASIC SETUP
BASIC SETUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Display of RUN Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Simplest Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
MAIN APPLICATIONS & SETTING METHODS
Height. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Steps and Warpage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
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Double Sheet Detection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Thickness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Positioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Eccentricity and Surface Deflection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
50
55
64
70
DETAILED SETTINGS
Smart Tuning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Connecting Two or More Amplifier Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Mutual Interference Prevention . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Setting the Hysteresis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Setting the Hold Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Bank Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Zero Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Scaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Analog Output. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Output for Non-measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Setting the Differential Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
External Input for Bank, Timing Input, Reset Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Setting the Detection Surface Selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Key Lock Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Initializing Settings Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Error Messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Q&A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications and Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Amplifier Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Sensor Heads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Sensor Head Extension Cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Calculating Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Timing Charts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Engineering Data (Typical) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Angle Characteristic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Linearity Characteristic for Different Materials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Beam Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
Revision History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
SETTING TRANSITION CHARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
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Introduction
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Thank you for purchasing the ZX2 Series Smart Sensor. This manual provides
information regarding functions, performance and operating methods that are required for
using the sensor.
When using the ZX2 Smart Sensor, make sure to observe the following:
• The ZX2 Smart Sensor must be operated by personnel knowledgeable in electrical
engineering.
• To ensure correct use, please read this manual thoroughly to deepen your
understanding of the product.
• Please keep this manual in a safe place so that it can be referred to whenever
necessary.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT
Please read and understand this document before using the products. Please consult
your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments.
CONTENTS
WARRANTY
OMRON’s exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by
OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
REGARDING NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR
PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY BUYER OR USER
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT
THE PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED
USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY
WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED ON
CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the
product on which liability is asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR
OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON’S ANALYSIS
CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS WERE PROPERLY HANDLED, STORED,
INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION, ABUSE,
MISUSE, OR INAPPROPRIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
SUITABILITY FOR USE
THE PRODUCTS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE NOT SAFETY RATED. THEY
ARE NOT DESIGNED OR RATED FOR ENSURING SAFETY OF PERSONS, AND
SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON AS A SAFETY COMPONENT OR PROTECTIVE
DEVICE FOR SUCH PURPOSES. Please refer to separate catalogs for OMRON’s safety
rated products.
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations
that apply to the combination of products in the customer’s application or use of the
product.
ZX2 User’s Manual
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
5
CONTENTS
At the customer’s request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification
documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply to the products. This
information by itself is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the
products in combination with the end product, machine, system, or other application or
use.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be
given. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor
is it intended to imply that the uses listed may be suitable for the products:
Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or
conditions or uses not described in this document.
Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation
systems, medical equipment, amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, and
installations subject to separate industry or government regulations.
Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property.
Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO
LIFE OR PROPERTY WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS
BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT IS
PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE
OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this document is provided as a guide for the user in
determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of
OMRON’s test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual application
requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of
Liability.
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on
improvements and other reasons.
It is our practice to change model numbers when published ratings or features are
changed, or when significant construction changes are made. However, some
specifications of the product may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special
model numbers may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for your application
on your request. Please consult with your OMRON representative at any time to confirm
actual specifications of purchased products.
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DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes,
even when tolerances are shown.
CONTENTS
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The information in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be
accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for clerical, typographical, or
proofreading errors, or omissions.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable product,
or any consequence thereof.
COPYRIGHT AND COPY PERMISSION
This document shall not be copied for sales or promotions without permission.
This document is protected by copyright and is intended solely for use in conjunction with
the product. Please notify us before copying or reproducing this document in any manner,
for any other purpose. If copying or transmitting this document to another, please copy or
transmit it in its entirety.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Meanings of Signal Words
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
The following signal words are used in this manual.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in minor or moderate injury, or may result in
serious injury or death. Additionally there may be significant
property damage.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Meanings of Alert Symbols
The following alert symbols are used in this manual.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Indicates the possibility of laser radiation.
Indicates prohibition when there is a risk of minor injury from electrical
shock or other source if the product is disassembled.
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
8
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Laser Safety
CONTENTS
„ ZX2-LD††† Sensor Head
INTRODUCTION
Never look into the laser beam.
Doing so continuously will result in visual impairment.
Do not disassemble the product.
Doing so may cause the laser beam to leak, resulting in the danger of
visual impairment.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
The ZX2-LD††† Sensor Head is a Class 2 Laser Product according to EN 60825-1
(IEC 60825-1) and Class II Laser Product according to FDA (21 CFR1040.10) (see note).
The ZX2 Series is meant to be built into final system equipment. Pay special attention to
the following precautions for the safe use of the product:
Note:
Europe: Class 1 and Class 2 of EN 60825-1: 1994 +A11:1996 +A2:2001
= IEC 60825-1:1993 +A1:1997 +A2:2001
U.S.A.: Class I and Class II of FDA (21 CFR1040.10)
(1) ZX2-LD††† emits visual laser beam. Do not stare directly into the laser.
Make sure that the laser beam path is terminated. If specular objects are present in
the laser beam path, make sure that they are prevented from reflecting the laser
beam.
When used without an enclosure, make sure the laser path from eye level is avoided.
(2) To avoid exposure to hazardous laser radiation, do not displace nor remove the
protective housing during operation, maintenance, and any other servicing.
(3) As for countries other than those of Europe and the U.S.A., observe the regulations
and standards specified by each country.
(4) Label Indications
The EN and FDA labels are supplied with the product.
Replace the current labels with them according to the instructions given in the
manuals.
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Precautions for Safe Use
Please observe the following precautions for safe use of the products.
„
Installation Environment
• Do not use the product in environments where it can be exposed to inflammable/
explosive gas.
• Do not install the product close to high-voltage devices and power devices in order
to secure the safety of operation and maintenance.
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INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
„ Power Supply and Wiring
• The supply voltage must be within the rated range (DC12 to 24 V±10%).
• Reverse connection of power supply is not allowed. Connection to AC power supply
is also not allowed.
• Open-collector outputs should not be short-circuited.
• High-voltage lines and power lines must be wired separately from this product.
Wiring them together or placing in the same duct may cause induction, resulting in
malfunction or damage.
• Always turn off the power supply before connecting or disconnecting cables and
connectors.
„ Others
• Do not attempt to dismantle, repair, or modify the product.
• Dispose of this product as industrial waste.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Precautions for Correct Use
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
12
Please observe the following precautions to prevent failure to operate, malfunctions, or
undesirable effects on product performance.
Installation of the Product
„ Installation Site
Do not install the product in locations subjected to the following conditions:
• Ambient temperature outside the rating
• Rapid temperature fluctuations (causing condensation)
• Relative humidity outside the range of 35 to 85%
• Presence of corrosive or flammable gases
• Presence of dust, salt, or iron particles
• Direct vibration or shock
• Reflective sensor of intense light (such as other laser beams or electric arc-welding
machines)
• Direct sunlight or near heaters
• Water, oil, or chemical fumes or spray
• Strong magnetic or electric field
Component Installation and Handling
„ Power Supply and Wiring
• To extend the output cables of amplifier units, shielded cables of the same specifications as the output cables must be used.
• When using a commercially available switching regulator, make sure that the FG
terminal is grounded.
• If surge currents are present in the power lines, connect surge absorbers that suit
the operating environment.
• When connecting
using two ortwo
more
or more
amplifier
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units or
units
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by using units,
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and the load current is appropriate. Incorrect wiring may result in breakdown
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„ Warming Up
After turning ON the power supply, allow the product to stand for at least 10 minutes
before use. The circuits are still unstable just after the power supply is turned ON, so
measured values may fluctuate gradually.
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„ Sensing Object
The product cannot accurately measure the following types of objects: Transparent
objects, objects with an extremely low reflective sensor ratio, objects smaller than the
beam size, objects with a large curvature, excessively inclined objects, etc.
„ Mutual Interference
Inserting a calculating unit between amplifier units can prevent mutual interference
between two sensor heads. However, this may not work efficiently if one sensor head
is saturated and a laser beam of the other sensor head is input. If you are interested
in installing a calculating unit in order to prevent mutual interference, carry out a test
using the actual system beforehand.
„ Maintenance
• Always turn OFF the power supply before adjusting or connecting/disconnecting
the sensor head.
• Do not use thinner, benzene, acetone or kerosene to clean the sensor head and
amplifier units. If large dust particles adhere to the front filter of the sensor head,
use a blower brush (used to clean camera lenses) to blow them off. Do not blow the
dust away with your mouth. To remove smaller dust particles, use a soft cloth (for
lenses) with a small amount of alcohol. Take care not to wipe them off with excessive force.
Scratches on the filter may cause errors.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
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How to Use This Manual
Page Format
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
This section explains the page format by using the Setting for MAIN APPLICATIONS AND
SETTING METHODS chapter as an example.
Index label
Shows the chapter and header titles with white characters.
Header
Height
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OPERATION
Indicates the measurement
contents.
CONTENTS
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up height
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Sensor installation/wiring
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Trigger conditions
Shows the flow of operation.
Other than
OFF
Set to the MENU mode
6
3
Response time setting
7
Threshold setting
4
Smart tuning
8
Return to RUN mode
Required setting
Optional setting
Setting completed
Steps
and
Warpage
1
Double
Sheet
Detection
Has the Sensor been installed and wired? (See page 23.)
Set the reference workpiece in place, adjust the position of the Sensor Head while
looking at the digital display values on the Amplifier Unit or the indicators on the
Sensor Head so that the height to be measured is near the measurement center
distance, and install the Sensor Head at this position.
Thickness
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Sensor installation/wiring Required
2
Set to the MENU mode Required
Button
Operation
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
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40
Operation procedure
Explains the operation
procedure.
Select the desired mode to set
the measurement conditions in.
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to display
.
* This operation is not
required when hold and
trigger conditions are not to
be set.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
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SETTING
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Display
Press to display.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Hold
2
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Positioning
Flow
5
Height
Positioning
Thickness
1
Press to display.
Height
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Explanation of Selection Menu
Provides a supplemental explanation of the selection menu.
SPECIFICATIONS
Description of Operation
Explains how to perform the operation by using buttons.
Display
Shows what is displayed as a result of the operation.
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Button Operation
Shows how to use the buttons.
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Meanings of Symbols
Symbol
Meaning
Indicates points that are important to achieve the full product
performance, such as operational precautions and application procedures.
Important
(For details about xxx,
see page xx.)
Indicates pages where related information can be found.
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Required
(white characters on a black Indicates a required setting in a setup procedure.
background)
Optional
(black characters on a white Indicates an optional setting in a setup procedure.
background)
Press to display.
Menu name
Menu name
Press to select
Select the
desired value.
Indicates which button to press to display the menu shown in
the Display column.
Indicates that the user can select the menu that accords with
their usage conditions by pressing the relevant button.
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Height
Steps
and
Warpage
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Sheet
Detection
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Indicates that the user can specify a value that accords with
their usage conditions by pressing the relevant button.
Press to set.
Set any value.
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
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PREPARATION FOR MEASUREMENT
Part Names and Functions
18
Installation
23
Wiring Diagram
28
Part Names and Functions
CONTENTS
Basic Configuration
The basic configuration of the ZX2 series Smart Sensors is shown below.
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Calculating Unit
(used for connecting two or more Amplifier Units)
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Power Supply
(sold separately)
BASIC
SETUP
Amplifier Unit
Extension Cable
(used for extending cable length)*
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
* Only one extension cable can be used.
Sensor Head
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
See the following pages for details:
Part Names and Functions
Specifications and Dimensions
p. 22
p. 134
Sensor Heads
Amplifier Units
p. 19
p. 132
Calculating Unit
p. 22
p. 136
—
p. 134
Extension Cables
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Amplifier Unit
CONTENTS
Operating Section (*)
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Display section (*)
Output Cable
Sensor Head connector
This cable is for connecting the power supply
and sync sensors or external devices.
This connector is for connecting
the Sensor Head.
Connector (two connectors, one on each side)
This connector is for connecting Calculating Units.
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(*) Operating and Display Sections
Laser ON indicator (green)
This indicator lights while the Sensor Head
is emitting a laser beam.
Height
Zero reset indicator (green)
This indicator lights when the zero reset function is enabled.
ENABLE indicator (green)
HIGH indicator (orange)
This indicator lights when the
judgement result is HIGH.
PASS indicator (green)
This indicator lights when the
judgement result is PASS.
LOW indicator (orange)
This indicator lights when the
judgement result is LOW.
Main display (red)
This display shows measured
values and function names.
Sub-display (orange)
This display shows additional
information and function
settings for measurements.
This indicator lights while the Sensor is ready for measurement. It goes out
when measurement is not possible (e.g. when the received light amount is
excessive or insufficient, when the measurement range is exceeded, or
when the Sensor Head is not connected when the power is turned ON).
Cursor buttons
These buttons are used for
switching the display and setting
measurement conditions.
MENU/SET button
This button is used for switching
the mode and finalizing settings.
Smart tuning button
This is used for setting optimum sensing
conditions according to the operating conditions.
MENU indicator (green)
This indicator lights in the MENU mode.
It goes out in the RUN mode.
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and
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LOW threshold indicator (orange)
This indicator lights when the LOW threshold is displayed
on the sub-display.
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HIGH threshold indicator (orange)
This indicator lights when the HIGH threshold is displayed
on the sub-display.
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Digital Displays
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The information displayed on the main and sub-displays depends on the currently
selected mode. The default mode is the RUN mode.
When the power is turned ON, the model of Amplifier Unit (ZX2-LDA) will be displayed on
the main display and the channel number will be displayed on the sub-display.
Subsequently, the Sensor Head software version will be displayed on the main display
and the Amplifier Unit software version will be displayed on the sub-display.
These details are displayed for approximately five seconds, and then data for the RUN
mode will be displayed.
Mode
RUN
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Main display
(upper section, red)
Sub-display
(lower section, orange)
The measured value (the value
By pressing the
button, the HIGH
after the measurement conditions threshold, LOW threshold, analog output
have been reflected) is displayed. value, resolution (max. value of measured
value during one second - min. value), current
For example, when the hold
value (value before execution of zero reset,
function is set, the held value will hold, scaling and 2-sensor operation), and
be displayed.
BANK are displayed in this order.
Default measured values are as
follows:
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Sheet
Detection
Measurement range
NEAR side
Thickness
FAR side
+ indication
- indication
0
Measurement center distance
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MENU
The function names are
displayed in order by pressing
the
buttons.
The setting for the function displayed on the
main display is displayed.
(For details on setting transition charts, see page 148.)
Alphabet Display Format
The alphabet appears on the main and sub-displays as shown in the following table.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
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Button Operation
The functions of buttons change according to the currently selected mode.
CONTENTS
Button type
Button function
RUN mode
button
Cursor buttons
button
button
button
MENU/SET button
MENU mode
• Normal press:
Function changes depending on the
Changes the sub-display content.* setting.
• Switches the function display.
• Both
buttons held down for
• Selects the digit of numerical values.
three seconds:
• Stops setting.
Locks button operation.
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• Normal press: Executes timing input. The function changes depending on
the setting.
• Held down for one second:
• Changes the selection menu.
Executes zero reset.
• Changes numerical values.
• Both
buttons held down for one
second:
Cancels a zero reset.
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SETUP
• Held down for 3 seconds:
Changes the mode to the MENU
mode.
• Normal press:
Finalizes the set condition or
value.
• Held down for 3 seconds:
Changes to the RUN mode.
Smart tuning button
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• Held down for one second, held
down for three seconds, held down
for five seconds:
Executes smart tuning according
to the time the button is held
down.
• Held down for one second, held
down for three seconds, held down
for five seconds:
Executes smart tuning according
to the time the button is held
down.
* Do not move the workpiece while a button is being pressed.
The output is not updated while the sub-display is being switched.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
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SPECIFICATIONS
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Part Names and Functions
21
Sensor Head
CONTENTS
Emission center position mark
This mark indicates the emission center
position.
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FAR Indicator (green)
Emitting
section
See the table below.
Laser life indicator (red)
R
FA
NEA
R
NEAR Indicator (green)
Receiving
section
See the table below.
CMOS position mark
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This mark indicates the position of the
CMOS light-receiving element.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Connector
This is connected to the Amplifier Unit.
Indicator Operation According to Position of Workpiece
Measurement range
Measurement center distance
Error
(outside measurement
range)
NEAR side
FAR side
Error
(outside measurement
range)
Measurement center distance
± (measurement range x 10%)
Thickness
Positioning
NEAR
indicator
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
FAR
indicator
Flashing
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
DETAILED
SETTINGS
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SPECIFICATIONS
Calculating Unit
(used for connecting two or more Amplifier Units)
Connection indicator
This indicator lights when the
Amplifier Unit is connected.
Connector (two connectors, one on each side)
This is connected to the Amplifier Unit.
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Part Names and Functions
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Installation
Important
Before connecting/disconnecting Smart Sensor components, make sure that the power to the
Amplifier Unit is turned OFF. The Smart Sensor may malfunction if components are connected
or removed while the power is ON.
Installing Sensor Heads
CONTENTS
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PREPARATION
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MEASUREMENT
Installation Method
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• Check the Sensor Head setting position by its emission center mark.
• Fix the sensor head in place with M3 screws. The screws must be tightened with a
torque of 0.5 N•m.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Emission
center position
mark
Height
Mounting dimensional drawing
(unit: mm)
2-M3
4 ±0.05
43.5 ±0.05
Mounting reference
Mounting reference
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
4 ±0.05
31.5 ±0.05
• Be sure to attach the ferrite core accessory on the Sensor Head. Attach it within
100 mm of the Sensor Head side.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Within 100 mm
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16.5 dia.
SPECIFICATIONS
Made by TDK Corporation ZCAT1730-0730A
Important
• When mounting a Sensor Head, take care not to touch the emitter and receiver. Finger
marks on the emitter and receiver may hinder correct measurements. If you have touched
them by mistake, wipe them with a clean, soft cloth.
• Fix the connectors in places that are not subject to vibration or impact.
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TRANSITION
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Installing the Amplifier Unit
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Amplifier Units can be easily mounted to 35-mm DIN Track.
Installation Method
Hook the connector end of the Sensor Head on the DIN Track, and press in at the bottom
until the Amplifier Unit locks into place. If necessary, fix it in place by the End Plate.
DIN Track (Option)
PFP-100N (shallow type/1 m)
PFP-50N (shallow type/0.5 m)
PFP-100N2 (shallow type/1 m)
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OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Hook on the connector end
End Plate (Option)
PFP-M
Important
Hook the connector end of the Sensor Head on the DIN Track first. The mounting strength may
decrease if the output cable end is hooked on the DIN Track first.
Removal Method
Push the Amplifier Unit and pull out from the connector end of the Sensor Head.
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Connecting Calculating Units
Use a Calculating Unit to connect Amplifier Units when performing calculations between
Amplifier Units and to prevent mutual interference between Sensor Heads.
CONTENTS
The number of Amplifier Units that can be connected differs depending on the functions to
be used.
INTRODUCTION
Function
Calculation
Number of Connectable Amplifier Units
See:
Up to two units (Up to five units can be connected.
(A-B)
However, calculations are done between pairs of two.) calculation:
Page 45
For (A-B) calculations
Thickness
calculation:
Page 55
CH1
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CH2
(CH2-CH1)
CH3
(CH3-CH1)
CH4
(CH4-CH1)
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& SETTING
METHODS
CH5
(CH5-CH1)
Mutual interference
prevention
Up to five units
Page 84
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
For details on the connection method, see the next page.
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Connection Method
CONTENTS
2
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5
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MEASUREMENT
3
1
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5
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SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
1
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Open the connector cover on the Amplifier Unit.
Open the connector cover by lifting and sliding it.
2
3
4
Mount the Calculating Unit to the DIN Track.
Slide and connect the Calculating Unit to the Amplifier Unit connector.
Slide and connect the second Amplifier Unit to the Calculating Unit
connector.
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Positioning
1
4
5
Fix in place with the End Plate (sold separately: PFP-M).
Important
• To disconnect Amplifier Units and Calculating Units, perform the above operations in reverse
order.
• The following diagram shows the channel numbers when multiple Amplifier Units are
connected.
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CH1
INDEX
CH2
CH3
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CH5
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Connecting the Sensor Head to the Amplifier Unit
CONTENTS
Installation Method
Align the position of the connector
mark with the S mark on the Amplifier Unit, and
insert the connector until it is locked in place.
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Important
• Extending the Sensor Head cable
An optional extension cable (ZX2-XC†R) must be used.
Only one extension cable can be used.
Be sure to attach the two supplied ferrite cores within 100 mm of each end of the extension
cable.
Within 100 mm
30
Within 100 mm
Within 100 mm
16.5 dia.
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Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Made by TDK Corporation ZCAT1730-0730A
Positioning
Removal Method
To disconnect the Sensor Head, hold the Sensor Head's connector ring and the Amplifier
Unit connector, and then pull them straight out.
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and Surface
Deflection
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SETTINGS
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SPECIFICATIONS
Important
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• Do not touch the terminals inside the connector.
• Prevent the connector from being subjected to static electricity.
• When the Sensor Head is replaced with a different type, set all the setting data inside the
Amplifier Unit again since it will be cleared. (default values: → See page 119.)
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Wiring Diagram
CONTENTS
Wiring Input/Output Cables
The input/output cable has the following wires.
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Important
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Wire the cable correctly. Incorrect wiring may damage the Smart Sensor.
Brown
Blue
White
Green
Gray
Yellow
Black
Shield
Pink
Orange
Purple
Red
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Height
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and
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Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Cable
color
Name
Power supply
GND
HIGH judgement output
PASS judgement output
LOW judgement output
Error output
Analog output
Analog GND
LD-OFF input
Zero reset input
Timing input/BANK input 0
Reset input/BANK input 1
Function
Brown
Power supply
Connects the 10 to 30 VDC (including (p-p) 10% ripple)
power supply. When using an Amplifier Unit with a PNP
output, the power supply terminal is also the common I/O
terminal for all I/O except for the analog output.
Blue
GND (0 V)
The GND terminal is the 0 V power supply terminal. When
using an Amplifier Unit with an NPN output, the power
supply terminal is also the common I/O terminal for all I/O
except for the analog output.
White
HIGH judgement
output
The HIGH judgement output outputs judgement results
(HIGH).
Green
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PASS judgment
output
The PASS judgement output outputs judgement results
(PASS).
Gray
LOW judgment
output
The LOW judgement output outputs judgement results
(LOW).
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Yellow
Error output
This is output when the system detects an error.
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and Surface
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(For details on error messages, see page 126.)
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Cable
color
Black
Name
Analog output
Function
The analog output outputs a current or voltage in
accordance with the measured value.
CONTENTS
(For details on setting method, see page 105.)
Shield
Analog GND (0 V) The analog GND terminal is the 0 V terminal for the analog
output.
Important
• Use the shield for analog output separately from the blue
(0V) wire for power supply.
• When analog output is not used, be sure to connect this
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wire to the blue (0 V) wire.
• When using Calculating Units, make sure that the analog
GND lines of the Amplifier Units are connected to each
other.
Pink
Orange
LD-OFF input
Zero reset input
If this LD-OFF input signal is ON, the laser will stop
emission, causing a light intensity error. In this case, the
analog output, digital display, judgement output, and
judgement output display signals will be output according to
the non-measurement settings. The sub-display will show
.
The zero reset input is used to execute and cancel zero reset.
(For details, see page 97.)
Purple
Timing input/
BANK input 0
(switched by
external input
setting)
Timing input:
Signal input wire for obtaining hold function timing. While
this input is being input, the sub-display will show
.
BANK input 0:
Signal input wire for bank switching. Banks are switched
by ON/OFF combinations with BANK input 1.
When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, use the
CH1 Amplifier Unit for bank switching. The banks of the
Amplifier Units of CH2 and later are switched together
with CH1.
(For details on switching and inputs, see page 114.)
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SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
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SPECIFICATIONS
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Cable
color
Red
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SETUP
Name
Function
Reset input/BANK Reset input:
input 1 (switched
The reset input resets all measurement processing and
by external input
outputs. While reset input is being input, the sub-display
setting)
will show
. The analog and judgement output
signals will be output according to the non-measurement
settings. If this reset input switches ON while the hold
function is used, the state in effect before the hold
function was set will be restored.
BANK input 1:
Signal input wire for bank switching. Banks are switched
by ON/OFF combinations with BANK input 0.
When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, use the
CH1 Amplifier Unit for bank switching. The banks of the
Amplifier Units of CH2 and later are switched together
with CH1.
(For details on switching and inputs, see page 114.)
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
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NPN Amplifier Unit
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Brown 10 to 30 VDC
Load
White HIGH judgement output
Load
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Load
Green PASS judgement output
Gray LOW judgement output
Load
10 to
30 VDC
BASIC
SETUP
Yellow Error output
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Blue GND (0 V)
Internal circuit
Pink LD-OFF input
Height
Orange Zero reset input
Steps
and
Warpage
Purple Timing input/BANK input 0
Double
Sheet
Detection
Red Reset input/BANK input 1
Thickness
Current output
4 to 20 mA
Black
Current/voltage
output switch
100 Ω
Voltage output
Load
±5 V
1 to 5 V
Positioning
Analog output
Shield
Current output: 300 Ω or lower
Voltage output: 10 kΩ or higher
Analog GND
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
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SPECIFICATIONS
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PNP Amplifier Unit
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Brown 10 to 30 VDC
10 to 30 VDC
White HIGH judgement output
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Green PASS judgement output
BASIC
SETUP
Gray LOW judgement output
Load
Load
Yellow Error output
Load
Load
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Steps
and
Warpage
Pink LD-OFF input
Internal circuit
Height
Blue GND (0 V)
Orange Zero reset input
Purple Timing input/BANK input 0
Double
Sheet
Detection
Red Reset input/BANK input 1
Thickness
Current output
4 to 20 mA
Positioning
Current/voltage
output switch
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
100 Ω
Black
Voltage output
±5 V
1 to 5 V
Analog output
Load
Shield
Current output: 300 Ω or lower
Voltage output: 10 kΩ or higher
Analog GND
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
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CONTENTS
Preparation for Measurement
INTRODUCTION
Installing the Sensor p. 23
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Wiring Diagram p. 28
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Setup
<Simple Measurement> <Setting Up by 6 Measurement Contents>
• Basic Setup p. 38
• Measuring Height and Dimensions p. 40
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
• Measuring Steps and Warpage p. 45
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
• Detecting Double
• Measuring Thickness and
Sheet Detection p. 50
Insertion p. 55
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
• Positioning p. 64
• Detecting Eccentricity and
Surface Deflection p. 70
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Detailed Settings
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
INTRODUCTION
Smart Tuning (Optimizing the Sensing Conditions)
Connecting Two or More Amplifier Units
Mutual Interference Prevention
Setting the Hysteresis
p. 78
p. 82
p. 84
p. 87
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
(Improving Unstable Measurement Near the Judgement Threshold)
Setting Hold (Holding Measured Values Under Special Conditions) p. 89
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Bank Setting
Zero Reset
Scaling (Changing Digital Values for Specific Measured Values)
Analog Output
Output for Non-measurement
p. 95
p. 97
p. 101
p. 105
p. 107
(Output Setting During Input of the Reset Signal at an Error)
•
•
•
•
Timer
p. 110
Setting the Differential Function
p. 112
External Input for Bank, Timing Input, Reset Input
p. 114
Setting the Detection Surface Selection
p. 116
(Decreasing Incorrect Measurement Caused by Multireflection on Workpiece)
• Key Lock Function
p. 118
• Initializing Setting Data
p. 119
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
When an Error Occurs
• Troubleshooting
• Error Messages
• Q&A
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
p. 124
p. 126
p. 129
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Engineering Data etc
•
•
•
•
Function Transition Charts
Specifications and Dimensions
Timing Charts
Engineering Data (Typical)
• Index
TROUBLESHOOTING
p. 148
p. 132
p. 137
p. 140
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
p. 143
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MEMO
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INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
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BASIC SETUP
BASIC SETUP
38
Default Settings
p.119
Initializing Settings
p.119
Setting Transition Charts p.148
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CONTENTS
Display of RUN Mode
Analog output value
LOW threshold
HIGH threshold
5 V, 1 to 5 V
INTRODUCTION
a
40 to 20 mA
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
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Current value
Resolution
BASIC
SETUP
*1 The main display always shows the measured value.
Default measured values are as follows:
0 reference: Measurement center distance,
+ indication: NEAR side
- indication: FAR side
* The numerals shown in the above diagram are an
example only. The actual display may be different.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Simplest Setting
Smart Tuning (Single Smart Tuning)
Smart tuning sets optimum sensing conditions according to the operating conditions
(response time and color/state of workpiece)
Button
Operation
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Display
—
—
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SETTINGS
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/
is displayed, release
Pressed down your finger from the button to
start execution of smart tuning.
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38
button for one
second. When
Hold down for
1 second
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Set the reference workpiece in
place, adjust the position of the
Sensor Head while looking at the
digital display values on the
Amplifier Unit or the indicators on
the Sensor Head so that the
distance between the Sensor Head
and the workpiece is the
measurement center distance, and
install the Sensor Head at this
position.
Pressing down Press the
SPECIFICATIONS
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Description of Operation
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
Flashing
*
To tune multiple workpieces or to tune workpieces having a different surface
condition: page 78
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4
40
Steps and Warpage
45
Double Sheet Detection
50
Thickness
55
Positioning
64
Eccentricity and Surface Deflection
70
MAIN APPLICATIONS & SETTING METHODS
Height
Height
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up height
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
1
Sensor installation/wiring
5
Hold
2
Set to the MENU mode
6
Trigger conditions
3
Response time setting
7
Threshold setting
4
Smart tuning
8
Return to RUN mode
Other than
OFF
Required setting
Optional setting
Height
Setting completed
Steps
and
Warpage
1
Double
Sheet
Detection
Has the Sensor been installed and wired? (See page 23.)
Set the reference workpiece in place, adjust the position of the Sensor Head while
looking at the digital display values on the Amplifier Unit or the indicators on the
Sensor Head so that the height to be measured is near the measurement center
distance, and install the Sensor Head at this position.
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Sensor installation/wiring Required
2
Set to the MENU mode Required
Button
Operation
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
TROUBLESHOOTING
40
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
button to display
.
* This operation is not
required when hold and
trigger conditions are not to
be set.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
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Description of Operation
Press the
Press to display.
SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Select the desired mode to set
the measurement conditions in.
Press to display.
Height
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Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
the setting.
3
button to apply
CONTENTS
Response time setting Required
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
Press to select
Select the
Select the response time to match the size
and moving speed of the sensing object.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs,
1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms,
20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms, 128 ms,
250 ms, 500 ms
button to apply
—
—
Pressing down
Description of Operation
Pressed down
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Check that the reference
workpiece is set in place.
Press the
button for one
second. When
Hold down for
1 second
* After the response time is
changed, the smart tuning
results are cleared, so be
sure to re-execute tuning.
Smart tuning sets optimum sensing conditions
according to the operating conditions
(response time and color/state of workpiece)
Smart tuning Required
Display
/
is displayed, release
your finger from the button to
start execution of smart tuning.
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
To tune multiple workpieces or to tune workpieces having a different surface
condition: page 78
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SETUP
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Flashing
*
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Default value: 500 ms
Press the
button to select the Select the response time to
response time.
match the size and moving
speed of the sensing object.
to
Press the
the setting.
Button
Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
INTRODUCTION
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desired value.
4
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Height
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5
CONTENTS
Hold Optional
Button
Operation
Display
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Description of Operation
Press the
.
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Set this item to hold measured values during the measurement
period according to preset hold conditions.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to display
Default value: OFF
Press the
button to select the
hold conditions.
Hold OFF
The average measured value
during the sampling period is
held.
Select the
desired value.
Press to select
BASIC
SETUP
The difference between the
minimum and maximum
values during the sampling
period is held.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
The measured value at the
start of the sampling period is
held.
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
The minimum value during
the sampling period is held.
Thickness
The maximum value during
the sampling period is held.
(For details, see page 91.)
Positioning
Press the
the setting.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
When other than
is
selected, proceed to "6
Trigger conditions," and
when
is selected,
proceed to "7 Threshold
setting."
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
6
Trigger conditions Optional
Button
Operation
Press to display.
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button to apply
Height
Display
(For details on the clamp
value, see page 107.)
Set how timing of the hold measurement
period is to be input.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
* The clamp value is output
until the first sampling period
is finished.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: TIMING
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Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button to select the
trigger conditions.
Enter the trigger by using the
timing input or by pressing
the
button in the RUN
Select the
mode.
The
period that the
desired value.
timing signal is ON is the
sampling period.
Press to select
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is lower than the
specified self-trigger level.
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is greater than the
specified self-trigger level.
(For details, see page 93.)
Press the
button to apply
the trigger conditions.
Press to display.
button to display
[Move digit]
Press to set.
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OPERATION
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SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Default value: 0.000
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
button to enable
setting of the self-trigger level.
[Change numeric value]
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Steps
and
Warpage
and
are selected,
proceed to the next item, and
when
is selected,
proceed to "7 Threshold
setting."
.
INTRODUCTION
Height
When
Press the
CONTENTS
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the self-trigger level.
Press the
the setting.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
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43
7
Threshold setting Required
Button
Operation
CONTENTS
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Display
Set the range of measured values to be judged as
PASS by setting the HIGH and LOW thresholds.
Press the
button to display
the HIGH threshold.
Lit
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Press the
button to enable
setting of the HIGH threshold.
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[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
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SETUP
Press to set.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the HIGH threshold.
Press to display.
Steps
and
Warpage
Lit
Double
Sheet
Detection
Setting example:
Non-defective product
height 0 to 10 mm
H
P
L
NG
OK
NG
10
0
Set the MAX and MIN
heights to be regarded as OK
to the HIGH and LOW
thresholds, respectively.
Press the
button to display
the LOW threshold.
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Press the
button to enable
setting of the LOW threshold.
* Set so that the HIGH
threshold is greater than the
LOW threshold.
Press the
the setting.
Height
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
button to apply
Thickness
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the LOW threshold.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
DETAILED
SETTINGS
8
TROUBLESHOOTING
Return to RUN mode Required
Button
Operation
SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
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*
Switch to the mode in which measurement
is performed.
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
For details on optimizing settings, such as output and input, see "Detailed Settings."
Example (Setting the reference height to 0 (or the offset value): Zero Reset → page
97.)
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up steps and warpage
The Amplifier Units to set up differ depending on whether mutual interference prevention
is set to ON or OFF.
Note that different channels are used to specify each menu item, as shown below.
1
2
Set to the MENU mode
3
Mutual interference prevention
4
5
Sensor installation/wiring
CH1, CH2 (ON)
CH1, CH2 (OFF)
CH1 (ON)
CH1 (ON)
CH1, CH2 (OFF)
Response time setting
Smart tuning
CH1 (ON)
CH1, CH2 (OFF)
Required setting
Optional setting
6
2-sensor operation (A-B)
CH2 (ON)
CH2 (OFF)
7
Threshold setting
CH2 (ON)
CH2 (OFF)
8
Return to RUN mode
Height
CH1, CH2 (ON)
CH1, CH2 (OFF)
CH1
CH2
Thickness
Sensor installation/wiring Required
Has the Sensor been installed and wired? (See page 23.)
Connect two Amplifier Units with a Calculating Unit in between. (The calculation
result is displayed and output on the CH2 Amplifier Unit.)
Set the reference workpiece in place, adjust the position of the Sensor Head while
looking at the digital display values on the Amplifier Unit or the indicators on the
Sensor Head so that each of the heights to be measured is near the measurement
center distance, and install the Sensor Head at this position.
Set to the MENU mode Required
Select the desired mode to set
the measurement conditions in.
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
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Description of Operation
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
(Use CH1 and CH2 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
ON: Mutual interference prevention is ON
OFF: Mutual interference prevention is OFF
2
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Setting completed
1
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
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Steps and Warpage
45
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
Press to display.
CONTENTS
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
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SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
3
button to apply
Set this item to prevent the influence of mutual
Mutual interference prevention Optional interference between two Sensor Heads.
(Use CH1 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Display
Steps
and
Warpage
Description of Operation
Press the
button on the CH1
Amplifier Unit to display
.
Press to display.
Height
Press the
.
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
button to display
.
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Press the
the setting.
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4
button to apply
Response time setting Required
* For details on the response
time when connecting two or
more Amplifier Units, see
page 82.
Select the response time to match the size
and moving speed of the sensing object.
If mutual interference prevention is ON:
Use CH1 for these settings.
If mutual interference prevention is set to OFF: Use CH1 and CH2 for these settings.
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
SPECIFICATIONS
Default value: OFF
button to display
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
TROUBLESHOOTING
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press to display.
Positioning
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 500 ms
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Button
Operation
Press to select
Display
Select the
Description of Operation
Press the
button to select the Select the response time to
match the size and moving
response time.
speed of the sensing object.
to
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs,
1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms,
20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms, 128 ms,
250 ms, 500 ms
desired value.
Press the
the setting.
5
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to apply
* After the response time is
changed, the smart tuning
results are cleared, so be
sure to re-execute tuning.
Smart tuning sets optimum sensing conditions
according to the operating conditions
(response time and color/state of workpiece)
Smart tuning Required
If mutual interference prevention is ON:
Use CH1 for these settings.
If mutual interference prevention is set to OFF: Use CH1 and CH2 for these settings.
Button
Operation
Display
—
—
Pressing down
Pressed down
Flashing
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Check that the reference
workpiece is set in place.
Press the
button for one
second. When
Hold down for
1 second
*
Description of Operation
/
is displayed, release
your finger from the button to
start execution of smart tuning.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
* If mutual interference
prevention is set to ON, after
smart tuning execution for
CH1 ends, it is also executed
for the Amplifier Units of CH2
and later. If the tuning result
is NG for either Amplifier
Unit, the smart tuning setup
results are not applied to any
amplifier units.
To tune multiple workpieces or to tune workpieces having a different surface
condition: page 78
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
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SPECIFICATIONS
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6
2-sensor operation (A-B) Required
Set this item when calculating the difference
between the measurement results from two
Sensor Heads.
(Use CH2 for these settings.)
CONTENTS
Button
Operation
Display
INTRODUCTION
Press the
button on the CH2
Amplifier Unit to display
.
Press to display.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
CH1
Calculating Unit
FLOW OF
OPERATION
CH2
(Calculation result is output.)
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Press the
.
button to display
Press to select
Press the
the setting.
Height
button to apply
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Threshold setting Required
Set the range of measured values to be judged as
PASS by setting the HIGH and LOW thresholds.
(Use CH2 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Press to display.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
7
* For details on the response
time when connecting two or
more Amplifier Units, see
page 82.
Display
Lit
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press the
button on the CH2 Setting example:
Amplifier Unit to display the
Non-defective product step
HIGH threshold.
3 to 8 mm
DETAILED
SETTINGS
NG
TROUBLESHOOTING
H
P
L
SPECIFICATIONS
OK
NG
8
3
Set the MAX and MIN steps
to be regarded as OK to the
HIGH and LOW thresholds,
respectively.
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
button to enable
setting of the HIGH threshold.
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the HIGH threshold.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
Explanation of
Selection Menu
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
* Set so that the HIGH
threshold is greater than the
LOW threshold.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
the LOW threshold.
Lit
CONTENTS
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Press the
button to enable
setting of the LOW threshold.
Height
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the LOW threshold.
Press the
the setting.
8
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
button to apply
Return to RUN mode Required
Thickness
Switch to the mode in which measurement
is performed.
(Use CH1 and CH2 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
*
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
For details on optimizing settings, such as output and input, see "DETAILED
SETTINGS."
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Double Sheet Detection
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up double sheet detection
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
1
Sensor installation/wiring
5
Hold
2
Set to the MENU mode
6
Trigger conditions
3
Response time setting
7
Threshold setting
4
Smart tuning
8
Return to RUN mode
Other than
OFF
Required setting
Optional setting
Height
Setting completed
Steps
and
Warpage
1
Double
Sheet
Detection
Has the Sensor been installed and wired? (See page 23.)
Set the reference workpiece in place, adjust the position of the Sensor Head while
looking at the digital display values on the Amplifier Unit or the indicators on the
Sensor Head so that the measured value at measurement of one product and at
measurement of two products is within the measurement range, and install the
Sensor Head at this position.
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Sensor installation/wiring Required
2
Set to the MENU mode Required
Button
Operation
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Display
Description of Operation
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
TROUBLESHOOTING
Press to display.
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
50
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
SPECIFICATIONS
Select the desired mode to set
the measurement conditions in.
button to display
.
* This operation is not
required when hold and
trigger conditions are not to
be set.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Press to display.
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Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
the setting.
3
button to apply
CONTENTS
Response time setting Required
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
Press to select
Select the
Select the response time to match the size
and moving speed of the sensing object.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 500 ms
Press the
button to select the Select the response time to
response time.
match the size and moving
speed of the sensing object.
to
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs,
1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms,
20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms, 128 ms,
250 ms, 500 ms
desired value.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
* After the response time is
changed, the smart tuning
results are cleared, so be
sure to re-execute tuning.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
4
Smart tuning sets optimum sensing conditions
according to the operating conditions
(response time and color/state of workpiece)
Smart tuning Required
Button
Operation
Display
—
—
Pressing down
Description of Operation
Check that the reference
workpiece is set in place.
Press the
button for one
second. When
Hold down for
1 second
Explanation of
Selection Menu
/
is displayed, release
your
finger
from the button to
Pressed down
start execution of smart tuning.
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
To tune multiple workpieces or to tune workpieces having a different surface
condition: page 78
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Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Flashing
*
Positioning
Double Sheet Detection
SETTING
TRANSITION
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51
5
CONTENTS
Hold Optional
Button
Operation
Display
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Description of Operation
Press the
.
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Set this item to hold measured values during the measurement
period according to preset hold conditions.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to display
Default value: OFF
Press the
button to select the
hold conditions.
Hold OFF
The average measured value
during the sampling period is
held.
Select the
desired value.
Press to select
BASIC
SETUP
The difference between the
minimum and maximum
values during the sampling
period is held.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
The measured value at the
start of the sampling period is
held.
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
The minimum value during
the sampling period is held.
Double
Sheet
Detection
The maximum value during
the sampling period is held.
Thickness
(For details, see page 91.)
Press the
the setting.
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
button to apply
When other than
is
selected, proceed to "6
Trigger conditions," and
when
is selected,
proceed to "7 Threshold
setting."
DETAILED
SETTINGS
* The clamp value is output
until the first sampling period
is finished.
(For details on the clamp
value, see page 107.)
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
52
Trigger conditions Optional
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
6
Double Sheet Detection
Set how timing of the hold measurement
period is to be input.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: TIMING
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Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button to select the
trigger conditions.
Enter the trigger by using the
timing input or by pressing
the
button in the RUN
Select the
mode.
The
period that the
desired value.
timing signal is ON is the
sampling period.
Press to select
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is lower than the
specified self-trigger level.
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is greater than the
specified self-trigger level.
(For details, see page 93.)
Press the
button to apply
the trigger conditions.
Press to display.
button to display
[Move digit]
Press to set.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Default value: 0.000
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
button to enable
setting of the self-trigger level.
[Change numeric value]
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Steps
and
Warpage
and
are selected,
proceed to the next item, and
when
is selected,
proceed to "7 Threshold
setting."
.
INTRODUCTION
Height
When
Press the
CONTENTS
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the self-trigger level.
Press the
the setting.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
button to apply
SETTING
TRANSITION
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53
7
Threshold Setting Required
Button
Operation
CONTENTS
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Display
Set the range of measured values to be judged as
PASS by setting the HIGH and LOW thresholds.
Description of Operation
Press the
button to display
the HIGH threshold.
Lit
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Press the
button to enable
setting of the HIGH threshold.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
BASIC
SETUP
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the HIGH threshold.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Press the
the setting.
Height
Press to display.
Steps
and
Warpage
button to apply
Press the
button to display
the LOW threshold.
Lit
Double
Sheet
Detection
Press the
button to enable
setting of the LOW threshold.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Examples:
H
P
L
0.5
-0.5
Set the HIGH and LOW
thresholds right in the middle
of the measured values of
sheets 1 and 2 and sheets 1
and 0, respectively.
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
* Set so that the HIGH
threshold is greater than the
LOW threshold.
Thickness
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the LOW threshold.
Press the
the setting.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
8
TROUBLESHOOTING
Return to RUN mode Required
Button
Operation
SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
54
*
button to apply
Switch to the mode in which measurement
is performed.
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
For details on optimizing settings, such as output and input, see "Detailed Settings."
Example (Setting the reference height to 0 (or the offset value):
Zero Reset → page 97)
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Thickness
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up thickness
The Amplifier Units to set up differ for each menu. Note also that different channels are
used to specify each menu item, as shown below.
1
Sensor installation/wiring
2
Set to the MENU mode
6
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
2-sensor operation (thickness) CH2
Required setting
3
4
5
CH1
CH2
Mutual interference prevention CH1
Response time setting
Smart tuning
7
Hold
Other than
CH2
OFF
8
Trigger conditions
CH1
9
Threshold setting
CH2
CH1
10
Return to RUN mode
CH1
CH2
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Optional setting
Height
CH1
CH2
Setting completed
1
Double
Sheet
Detection
Sensor installation/wiring Required
Thickness
Has the Sensor been installed and wired? (See page 23.)
Connect two Amplifier Units with a Calculating Unit in between. (The calculation
result is displayed and output on the CH2 Amplifier Unit.)
Set up the two Sensor Heads so that they are facing each other, adjust the
positions of the Sensor Heads while looking at the digital display values on the
Amplifier Units or the indicators on the Sensor Heads so that the clearance
between the sensing object and each Sensor Head is near the measurement
center distance, and install the Sensor Heads at these positions.
Prepare a reference sensing object of known thickness.
2
Steps
and
Warpage
Set to the MENU mode Required
Select the desired mode to set
the measurement conditions in.
Display
Description of Operation
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
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Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
(Use CH1 and CH2 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Positioning
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Thickness
55
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
Press to display.
CONTENTS
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
3
Set this item to prevent the influence of mutual
(Use CH1 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Display
Press the
.
Double
Sheet
Detection
TROUBLESHOOTING
Default value: OFF
button to display
Press the
button to apply
the mutual interference
prevention setting.
4
Response time setting Required
* For details on the response
time when connecting two or
more Amplifier Units, see
page 82.
Select the response time to match the size
and moving speed of the sensing object.
(Use CH1 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Press to display.
SPECIFICATIONS
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press to display.
Positioning
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Description of Operation
Press the
button on the CH1
Amplifier Unit to display
.
Press to display.
Steps
and
Warpage
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
button to apply
Mutual interference prevention Required interference between two Sensor Heads.
Height
Thickness
button to display
.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
button on the CH1
Amplifier Unit to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 500 ms
.
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SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Button
Operation
Press to select
Display
Select the
Description of Operation
Press the
button to select the Select the response time to
match the size and moving
response time.
speed of the sensing object.
to
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs,
1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms,
20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms, 128 ms,
250 ms, 500 ms
desired value.
Press the
the setting.
5
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Smart tuning Required
button to apply
* After the response time is
changed, the smart tuning
results are cleared, so be
sure to re-execute tuning.
Smart tuning sets optimum sensing conditions
according to the operating conditions
(response time and color/state of workpiece)
(Use CH1 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Display
—
—
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
*
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Check that the reference
workpiece is set in place.
" flashes on the
Press the
button on the CH1 If "
Amplifier Unit for one second. sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
When
/
is
tuning was not possible.
displayed, release your finger
Change the response time
Pressed down
from the button to start
setting to a larger value, and
execution of smart tuning.
try again.
* After smart tuning
Flashing
execution for CH1 ends, it is
also executed for the
Amplifier Units of CH2 and
later. If the tuning result is
NG for either Amplifier Unit,
the smart tuning setup
results are not applied to any
amplifier units.
Pressing down
Hold down for
1 second
CONTENTS
To tune multiple workpieces or to tune workpieces having a different surface
condition: page 78
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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57
6
2-sensor operation (thickness) Required
Make this initial setting to measure thickness
when using two Sensor Head to measure
thickness.
(Use CH2 for these settings.)
CONTENTS
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Set the reference sensing object
of which thickness is known in
place.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
—
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Calculating Unit
CH1
—
FLOW OF
OPERATION
CH2
(Calculation result is output.)
Press to display.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Press the
button on the CH2
Amplifier Unit to display
.
Press the
.
button to display
Height
Press to select
Steps
and
Warpage
Thickness
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Double
Sheet
Detection
Press the
button to apply
the thickness setting.
Press to set.
Positioning
Press the
button to move
to
the digit, press the
button to * If the
button is pressed
change the numeric value, and when the cursor is at the
Set any value. set the thickness numeric value. right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Press the
the setting.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
button to apply
* The 2-sensor operation
reference value is determined
based on the measured values
of CH1 and CH2 by the timing
that setting of the thickness
numeric values is executed.
* For details on the response
time when connecting two or
more Amplifier Units, see page
82.
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
58
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Important
• If analog output is to be used, the entered thickness value is used as the center value of the
analog output range. (For example, 0 V is used if the analog output is ±5 V.)
• After thickness calculation, the maximum and minimum measurement range values (CH2
measurement values) are assigned as the maximum and minimum analog output range.
CONTENTS
• Concerning the minimum and maximum analog output values, the analog output minimum
value is output for the smaller of the post-thickkness calculation values, and the analog
INTRODUCTION
output maximum value is output for the larger of these values.
Example:If the ZX2-LD50 is used, a thickness value of 20 mm is entered, and analog
output from –5 to 5 V is specified.
Measured Value After
Thickness Calculation
How the Measurement Value
Is Calculated
Analog
Output
10.000
Thickness value – (CH2 measurement range/2)
= 20.000
–
10.000
–5 V
20.000
Thickness value
= 20.000
0V
30.000
Thickness value + (CH2 measurement range/2)
= 20.000
+
10.000
5V
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
* The measurement range for the ZX2-LD50 is ±10 mm.
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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59
7
Hold Optional
Set this item to hold measured values during the measurement
period according to preset hold conditions.
(Use CH2 for these settings.)
CONTENTS
Button
Operation
Display
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button on the CH2
Amplifier Unit to display
.
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Description of Operation
Default value: OFF
Press the
button to select the
hold conditions.
Hold OFF
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Press to select
BASIC
SETUP
The average measured value
during the sampling period is
held.
Select the
desired value.
The difference between the
minimum and maximum
values during the sampling
period is held.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
The measured value at the
start of the sampling period is
held.
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
The minimum value during
the sampling period is held.
Thickness
The maximum value during
the sampling period is held.
Positioning
(For details, see page 91.)
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
When other than
is
selected, proceed to "7
Trigger conditions," and
when
is selected,
proceed to "9 Threshold
setting."
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
* The clamp value is output
until the first sampling period
is finished.
(For details on the clamp
value, see page 107.)
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
60
Thickness
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8
Set how timing of the hold measurement
period is to be input.
Trigger conditions Optional
(Use CH2 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
button on the CH2
Amplifier Unit to display
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: TIMING
Press the
button to select the
trigger conditions.
Enter the trigger by using the
timing input or by pressing
the
button in the RUN
Select the
mode. The period that the
desired value.
timing signal is ON is the
sampling period.
Press to select
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is lower than the
specified self-trigger level.
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is greater than the
specified self-trigger level.
(For details, see page 93.)
Press the
button to apply
the trigger conditions.
and
are selected,
proceed to the next item, and
when
is selected,
proceed to "9 Threshold
setting."
Press to display.
button to display
.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
When
Press the
CONTENTS
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Default value: 0.000
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
Press the
button to enable
setting of the self-trigger level.
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SETTING
TRANSITION
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Button
Operation
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
CONTENTS
Press to set.
Display
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the self-trigger level.
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Press the
the setting.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
9
Threshold Setting Required
Button
Operation
Press to display.
Height
Display
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Press to display.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the HIGH threshold.
Lit
button to apply
Press the
button to display
the LOW threshold.
Press the
button to enable
setting of the LOW threshold.
TROUBLESHOOTING
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Thickness
NG
H
P
L
OK
NG
8
3
Set the MAX and MIN
thicknesses to be regarded
as OK to the HIGH and LOW
thresholds, respectively.
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
* Set so that the HIGH
threshold is greater than the
LOW threshold.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the LOW threshold.
Press the
the setting.
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
62
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press the
the setting.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
INDEX
Set the range of measured values to be judged as
PASS by setting the HIGH and LOW thresholds.
Press the
button to enable
setting of the HIGH threshold.
Positioning
SPECIFICATIONS
button to apply
Press the
button on the CH2 Setting example:
Amplifier Unit to display the
Non-defective product
HIGH threshold.
thickness 3 to 8 mm
Lit
Steps
and
Warpage
Thickness
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
(Use CH2 for these settings.)
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Double
Sheet
Detection
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
button to apply
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Return to RUN mode Required
Switch to the mode in which measurement
is performed.
(Use CH1 and CH2 for these settings.)
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
*
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
For details on optimizing settings, such as output and input, see "DETAILED
SETTINGS."
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up positioning
FLOW OF
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BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
1
Sensor installation/wiring
5
Scaling
2
Set to the MENU mode
6
Threshold setting
3
Response time setting
7
Return to RUN mode
4
Smart tuning
Required setting
Setting completed
Optional setting
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
1
Has the Sensor been installed and wired? (See page 23.)
Thickness
Set the sensing object in place, adjust the position of the Sensor Head while
looking at the digital display values on the Amplifier Unit or the indicators on the
Sensor Head so that the upper and lower limits of the distance between the Sensor
Head and the sensing object is within the measurement range, and install the
Sensor Head at this position.
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Sensor installation/wiring Required
2
Set to the MENU mode Required
Button
Operation
SPECIFICATIONS
Hold down for
3 seconds
Positioning
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
Press to display.
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Description of Operation
Lit
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Display
Select the desired mode to set
the measurement conditions in.
button to display
.
* This operation is not
required when scaling is not
to be set.
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Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
CONTENTS
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
3
Response time setting Required
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
Press to select
Select the
Select the response time to match the size
and moving speed of the sensing object.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
INTRODUCTION
button to apply
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 500 ms
Press the
button to select the Select the response time to
match the size and moving
response time.
speed of the sensing object.
to
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs,
1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms,
20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms, 128 ms,
250 ms, 500 ms
desired value.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
* After the response time is
changed, the smart tuning
results are cleared, so be
sure to re-execute tuning.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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CONTENTS
Smart tuning Required
Button
Operation
Display
—
—
INTRODUCTION
Description of Operation
*
Steps
and
Warpage
To tune multiple workpieces or to tune workpieces having a different surface
condition: page 78
5
Scaling Optional
Button
Operation
Press to display.
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
Flashing
BASIC
SETUP
Height
/
is displayed, release
Pressed down your finger from the button to
start execution of smart tuning.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
button for one
second. When
Hold down for
1 second
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Check that the reference
workpiece is set in place.
Pressing down Press the
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Smart tuning sets optimum sensing conditions
according to the operating conditions
(response time and color/state of workpiece)
Display
Set this item to change the display scale when you want to display
a digital value on the Amplifier Unit different from the actual
measured value. (e.g. to display the actual sensing distance)
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
Press the
.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: OFF
Press to display.
Press the
button to enable
setting of scaling.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Button
Operation
Display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
.
<To display the actual sensing
distance>
Press the
button to enable
setting of S1-Before.
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
[Numeric
value before
change]
Set any value.
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value before
S1 is changed.
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58 50 42
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
58
42
After
8
Before
BASIC
SETUP
-8
S1
S2
Press to display.
Press the
button to apply
* If the
button is pressed
the numeric value of S1-Before. when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
Press the
button to display
button is pressed when the
.
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Press the
button to enable
setting of S1-After.
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
[Numeric
value after
change]
Set any value.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value after S1
is changed.
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S1-After.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Button
Operation
Display
Press the
Press to display.
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
58
Press the
button to enable
setting of S2-Before.
42
After
8
Before
-8
S1
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
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OPERATION
button to display
.
INTRODUCTION
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
[Numeric
value before
change]
Set any value.
Press to set.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value before
S2 is changed.
S2
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S2-Before.
Height
Press to display.
Press the
Steps
and
Warpage
button to display
.
Double
Sheet
Detection
Press the
button to enable
setting of S2-After.
Thickness
[Change numeric value]
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
[Move digit]
Positioning
Press to set.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
[Numeric
value after
change]
Set any value.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value after S2
is changed.
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S2-After.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
68
Positioning
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Threshold Setting Required
Button
Operation
Display
Set the range of measured values to be judged as
PASS by setting the HIGH and LOW thresholds.
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
the HIGH threshold.
Lit
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Setting example:
Non-defective product
position 49 to 51 mm
H
P
L
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the HIGH threshold.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
the LOW threshold.
Lit
Press the
button to enable
setting of the LOW threshold.
P
di
49
Set the positioning MAX and
MIN distances to the HIGH
and LOW thresholds,
respectively.
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
* Set so that the HIGH
threshold is greater than the
LOW threshold.
[Move digit]
Press to set.
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OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
l
[Change numeric value]
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Press the
button to enable
setting of the HIGH threshold.
51
CONTENTS
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the LOW threshold.
Press the
the setting.
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
button to apply
DETAILED
SETTINGS
7
Return to RUN mode Required
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
*
Switch to the mode in which measurement
is performed.
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
For details on optimizing settings, such as output and input, see "DETAILED
SETTINGS."
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Positioning
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Procedure for setting up eccentricity and surface deflection
1
Sensor installation/wiring
2
Set to the MENU mode
3
Response time setting
4
Smart tuning
5
Scaling
1
7
Trigger conditions
8
Threshold setting
9
Return to RUN mode
Other than
OFF
Positioning
2
Set to the MENU mode Required
Button
Operation
TROUBLESHOOTING
Display
Hold down for
3 seconds
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
button to display
Press to display.
.
* This operation is not
required when scaling, hold
and trigger conditions are not
to be set.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
INDEX
70
Select the desired mode to set
the measurement conditions in.
Description of Operation
Press the
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Optional setting
Sensor installation/wiring Required
Lit
SPECIFICATIONS
Required setting
Has the Sensor been installed and wired? (See page 23.)
Set the sensing object in place, adjust the position of the Sensor Head while
looking at the digital display values on the Amplifier Unit or the indicators on the
Sensor Head so that the clearance between the Sensor Head and the sensing
object is near the measurement center distance, and install the Sensor Head at this
position.
Thickness
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Hold
Setting completed
Double
Sheet
Detection
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
6
Press to display.
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Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
the setting.
3
button to apply
CONTENTS
Response time setting Required
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
Press to select
Select the
Select the response time to match the size
and moving speed of the sensing object.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 500 ms
Press the
button to select the Select the response time to
response time.
match the size and moving
speed of the sensing object.
to
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs,
1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms,
20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms, 128 ms,
250 ms, 500 ms
desired value.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
* After the response time is
changed, the smart tuning
results are cleared, so be
sure to re-execute tuning.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
4
Smart tuning Required
Button
Operation
Display
—
—
Pressing down
Smart tuning sets optimum sensing conditions
according to the operating conditions
(response time and color/state of workpiece)
Description of Operation
Check that the reference
workpiece is set in place.
Press the
button for one
second. When
Hold down for
1 second
Pressed down
Explanation of
Selection Menu
/
is displayed, release
your finger from the button to
start execution of smart tuning.
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
To tune multiple workpieces or to tune workpieces having a different surface
condition: page 78
ZX2 User’s Manual
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Flashing
*
Positioning
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SETTING
TRANSITION
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71
5
CONTENTS
Scaling Optional
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Press to display.
[Move digit]
[Numeric
value before
change]
Set any value.
Positioning
button to display
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value before
S1 is changed.
To set the NEAR and FAR sides
as - and + indications to the
sensor:
Press the
Press to display.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
button to display
.
Press the
button to enable
setting of S1-After.
TROUBLESHOOTING
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
[Numeric
value after
change]
Set any value.
-2 1
2 -1
2
Before
1
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S1-Before.
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and Surface
Deflection
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button to display
.
[Change numeric value]
Press to set.
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Press the
.
Default value: OFF
Press the
button to enable
setting of S1-Before.
Thickness
INDEX
button to display
Press the
Height
SPECIFICATIONS
Press the
.
Press the
button to enable
setting of scaling.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Double
Sheet
Detection
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press to display.
BASIC
SETUP
Steps
and
Warpage
Set this item to change the display scale when you want to
display a digital value on the Amplifier Unit different from the
actual measured value. (e.g. to reverse the - and + indications)
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value after S1
is changed.
After
-1
-2
S1
S2
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S1-After.
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Button
Operation
Display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
.
CONTENTS
2
Before
1
Press the
button to enable
setting of S2-Before.
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After
-1
-2
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
[Numeric
value before
change]
Set any value.
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value before
S2 is changed.
S1
S2
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S2-Before.
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
[Move digit]
[Numeric
value after
change]
Set any value.
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value after S2
is changed.
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S2-After.
6
Hold Optional
Button
Operation
Press to display.
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Display
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Set this item to hold measured values during the measurement
period according to preset hold conditions.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
BASIC
SETUP
Height
Press the
button to enable
setting of S2-After.
Press to set.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
.
[Change numeric value]
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: OFF
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button to select the
hold conditions.
Hold OFF
CONTENTS
The average measured value
during the sampling period is
held.
Select the
desired value.
Press to select
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MEASUREMENT
The difference between the
minimum and maximum
values during the sampling
period is held.
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BASIC
SETUP
The measured value at the
start of the sampling period is
held.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
The minimum value during
the sampling period is held.
Height
The maximum value during
the sampling period is held.
Steps
and
Warpage
(For details, see page 91.)
Press the
the setting.
Double
Sheet
Detection
When other than
is
selected, proceed to "7
Trigger conditions," and
when
is selected,
proceed to "8 Threshold
setting."
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
7
TROUBLESHOOTING
Button
Operation
Trigger conditions Optional
Press to display.
SPECIFICATIONS
button to apply
Display
(For details on the clamp
value, see page 107.)
Set how timing of the hold measurement
period is to be input.
Description of Operation
Press the
.
* The clamp value is output
until the first sampling period
is finished.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: TIMING
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TRANSITION
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Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button to select the
trigger conditions.
Enter the trigger by using the
timing input or by pressing
the
button in the RUN
Select the
mode.
The
period that the
desired value.
timing signal is ON is the
sampling period.
Press to select
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is lower than the
specified self-trigger level.
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is greater than the
specified self-trigger level.
(For details, see page 93.)
Press the
button to apply
the trigger conditions.
Press to display.
button to display
[Move digit]
Press to set.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Default value: 0.000
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
button to enable
setting of the self-trigger level.
[Change numeric value]
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FOR
MEASUREMENT
Steps
and
Warpage
and
are selected,
proceed to the next item, and
when
is selected,
proceed to "8 Threshold
setting."
.
INTRODUCTION
Height
When
Press the
CONTENTS
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the self-trigger level.
Press the
the setting.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
button to apply
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8
Threshold Setting Required
Button
Operation
CONTENTS
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Display
Set the range of measured values to be judged as
PASS by setting the HIGH and LOW thresholds.
Press the
button to display
the HIGH threshold.
Lit
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Setting example:
Non-defective product
eccentricity -1 to 1 mm
Press the
button to enable
setting of the HIGH threshold.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
BASIC
SETUP
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the HIGH threshold.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Press the
the setting.
Height
Press to display.
Steps
and
Warpage
button to apply
Press the
button to display
the LOW threshold.
Lit
Double
Sheet
Detection
Press the
button to enable
setting of the LOW threshold.
Thickness
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the LOW threshold.
Press the
the setting.
1 mm
-1 mm
H
P L
Set the eccentricity MAX and
MIN distances to be
regarded as OK to theHIGH
and LOW thresholds,
respectively.
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
* Set so that the HIGH
threshold is greater than the
LOW threshold.
button to apply
DETAILED
SETTINGS
9
TROUBLESHOOTING
Return to RUN mode Required
Button
Operation
SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Out
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
76
Hold down for
3 seconds
*
Switch to the mode in which measurement
is performed.
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
For details on optimizing settings, such as output and input, see "DETAILED
SETTINGS."
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DETAILED SETTINGS
Smart Tuning
78
(Optimizing the Sensing Conditions)
82
Mutual Interference Prevention
84
Setting the Hysteresis
87
Setting the Hold Function
89
(Holding Measured Values Under Special Conditions)
Bank Setting
95
Zero Reset
97
Scaling
101
(Changing Digital Values for Specific Measured Values)
Analog Output
105
Output for Non-measurement
107
(Output Setting During Input of the Reset Signal
at an Error)
Timer
110
Setting the Differential Function
112
External Input for Bank, Timing Input, Reset
Input
114
Setting the Detection Surface Selection
116
(Decreasing Incorrect Measurement Caused by
Multireflection on Workpiece)
Key Lock Function
118
Initializing Settings Data
119
DETAILED SETTINGS
(Improving Unstable Measurement Near
the Judgement Threshold)
5
Connecting Two or More Amplifier Units
Smart Tuning
CONTENTS
Setting channels used when connecting multiple units
If mutual interference prevention is ON: CH1
If mutual interference prevention is set to OFF: Each CH
Smart tuning:
This setting option sets optimum sensing conditions according to the operating
conditions (response time and color/state of workpiece).
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Procedure for setting up smart tuning
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Response time setting
3
Smart tuning
4
Return to RUN mode
* Steps 1, 2 and 4 are not required when the response time
setting is completed since smart tuning can be performed even
in the RUN mode.
Required setting
Optional setting
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Setting completed
Important
Height
• When connecting two or more Amplifier Units and mutual interference prevention is set to
Steps
and
Warpage
ON, use the CH1 Amplifier Unit to execute tuning. After smart tuning execution for CH1 ends,
Double
Sheet
Detection
it is also executed for the Amplifier Units of CH2 and later.
If the tuning result is NG for either Amplifier Unit, the smart tuning setup results are not
applied to any amplifier units.
Thickness
1
Positioning
Button
Operation
Set to the MENU mode Optional
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
INDEX
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Response time setting Optional
Button
Operation
Press to display.
SPECIFICATIONS
2
Description of Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 500 ms
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Button
Operation
Press to select
Display
Select the
Description of Operation
Press the
button to select the Select the response time to
match the size and moving
response time.
speed of the sensing object.
to
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs,
1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms,
20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms, 128 ms,
250 ms, 500 ms
desired value.
Press the
the setting.
3
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to apply
* After the response time is
changed, the smart tuning
results are cleared, so be
sure to re-execute tuning.
Select from one of the following three methods to execute smart tuning:
(1) Tuning of a single stationary workpiece: Single smart tuning
(2) Tuning of multiple stationary workpieces: Multi-smart tuning
(a mix of workpieces having different color and state)
—
Pressing down
Description of Operation
button for one
second. When
Hold down for
1 second
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Set the reference workpiece in
place.
Press the
FLOW OF
OPERATION
/
is displayed, release
your
finger
from the button to
Pressed down
start execution of smart tuning.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
(1) Tuning of a single stationary workpiece: Single smart tuning
—
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Height
(3) Tuning of workpieces having different surface states: Active smart tuning
(execution of tuning while workpieces are moving)
Display
INTRODUCTION
BASIC
SETUP
Smart tuning Required
Button
Operation
CONTENTS
Thickness
Positioning
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
Flashing
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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(2) Tuning of multiple stationary workpieces: Multi-smart tuning
(a mix of workpieces having different color and state)
Button
Operation
Display
—
—
CONTENTS
Description of Operation
Set reference workpiece 1 in
place.
Pressing down Press the
INTRODUCTION
Hold down for
3 seconds
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
button for three
seconds. When
/
is displayed, release
your finger from the button to
Pressed down start execution of smart tuning.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Flashing
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
—
—
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
button for three
seconds. When
/
is displayed, release
your finger from the button to
Pressed down start execution of smart tuning.
Thickness
Flashing
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
*
/
is
displayed for one to three
seconds after the button is
pressed, and then
/
is displayed.
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
Swap the workpiece with
reference workpiece 2 and set it
in place.
Pressing down Press the
Hold down for
3 seconds
Explanation of
Selection Menu
When there are three or more
reference workpieces, swap
each workpiece and repeat
the procedure.
The optimum conditions are
set for either reference
workpiece 1 or 2 is set.
*
/
is
displayed for one to three
seconds after the button is
pressed, and then
/
is displayed.
If you release your finger from
the button
/
, the result of tuning
workpiece 1 will not be reflected.
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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(3) Tuning of workpieces having different surface states: Active smart tuning
(execution of tuning while workpieces are moving)
Button
Operation
Display
Pressing down
Hold down for
5 seconds
Pressed down
Press the
button for five
seconds with the workpiece set
in place. When
/
is displayed, release
your finger from the button to
start execution of smart tuning.
*
/
and
/
are
displayed for one to five
seconds after the button is
pressed, and then
/
is displayed.
Because the execution of
smart tuning continues, move
the workpiece.
Flashing
Return to RUN mode Optional
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
At the end of the desired tuning The optimum setting
conditions will be set.
period, press the
button
again for 5 to end tuning.
If "
" flashes on the
sub-display for three
seconds, it indicates that
tuning was not possible.
Change the response time
setting to a larger value, and
try again.
Hold down for
5 seconds
4
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Smart Tuning
81
Connecting Two or More Amplifier Units
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Use a Calculating Unit to connect Amplifier Units when performing calculations between
Amplifier Units and to prevent mutual interference between Sensor Heads.
The number of Amplifier Units that can be connected differs depending on the functions to
be used.
Function
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Number of Connectable Amplifier Units
Calculation
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
CH2
(CH2-CH1)
CH3
(CH3-CH1)
CH4
(CH4-CH1)
CH5
(CH5-CH1)
Mutual interference
prevention
• When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, the response times (maximum values) are as
follows:
Mutual Interference
Prevention
Positioning
ON
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
82
Page 84
Important
OFF
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Up to five units
• Supply power to all connected Amplifier Units at the same time.
Thickness
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
See:
Up to two units (Up to five units can be connected.
(A-B)
However, calculations are done between pairs of two.) calculation:
Page 45
For (A-B) calculations
Thickness
calculation:
Page 55
CH1
Two-Sensor
Operation
Total Response Time
OFF
Response time setting for each CH
(A – B), THICK
(Total response time setting for each CH) +
(4 ms × number of connected units)
OFF
(A – B), THICK
(Response time per unit in the table below) ×
number of connected units
<Response time if mutual interference prevention is set to ON>
CH1 Response Time Setting
60 µs
120 µs
240 µs
500 µs
1 ms
2 ms
4 ms
8 ms
12 ms
20 ms
36 ms
66 ms
128 ms
250 ms
500 ms
Connecting Two or More Amplifier Units
Response Time per Unit
3 ms
3 ms
3 ms
4 ms
8 ms
16 ms
32 ms
64 ms
72 ms
80 ms
100 ms
160 ms
280 ms
520 ms
1s
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The displayed and set up menus differ depending on the channel when two or more
Amplifier Units are connected and when mutual interference prevention is set to ON.
Use the Amplifier Units of the corresponding channel numbers to specify settings by
referring to the tables below.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
<Menus and setting channels when two or more Amplifier Units are connected>
Menu
CHs Used to
Specify
Settings
CHs Not Used to Specify Settings
Mutual interference CH1
prevention
CH2 to CH5: These cannot be used.
(The setting menu is not displayed on
the digital display.)
Two-sensor
operation setting
CH1: This cannot be used.
(The setting menu is not displayed on
the digital display.)
CH2 to
CH5
Notes
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
The setting of CH1 is also
applied to Amplifier Units of CH2
and later.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Thickness setting
Bank switching
setting
Initialization
CH1
CH1
CH2 to CH5: These cannot be used.
(The setting menu is not displayed on
the digital display.)
CH2 to CH5: These cannot be used.
(The setting menu is not displayed on
the digital display.)
• The Amplifier Units of CH2
and later are switched
together with CH1. (Bank
registration is possible for
individual amplifier units.)
• Also use CH1 to switch the
banks by means of an
external input.
The Amplifier Units of CH2 and
later are initialized together with
CH1.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
<Menus and setting channels when mutual interference prevention is set to ON>
Menu
CHs Used to
Specify
Settings
CHs Not Used to Specify Settings
Notes
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Response time
setting
CH1
CH2 to CH5: These cannot be used.
(The setting menu is not displayed on
the digital display.)
The setting of CH1 is also
applied to Amplifier Units of CH2
and later.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Smart tuning
CH1
CH2 to CH5: Smart tuning cannot be
executed for these separately.
Smart tuning for the Amplifier
Units of CH2 and later are
executed together with CH1.
TROUBLESHOOTING
(For details on the setup procedure when mutual interference prevention is set to
ON, see the next page.)
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Connecting Two or More Amplifier Units
83
Mutual Interference Prevention
CONTENTS
Setting channel: CH1
Mutual interference prevention:
This refers to the function for preventing the influence of Sensor Heads when
mounted close to each other. (This function can be used for up to five Amplifier Units
connected by using Calculating Units (ZX2-CAL).)
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up mutual interference prevention
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Mutual interference
prevention setting
3
Return to RUN mode
Amplifier Unit
Calculating Unit
Set on CH1 Amplifier Unit
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
CH1
CH2
Setting completed
CH3
CH4
CH5
Height
1
Steps
and
Warpage
Button
Operation
Double
Sheet
Detection
Set to the MENU mode
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Thickness
Description of Operation
Hold down the
button of the
CH1 Amplifier Unit for three
seconds to switch to the MENU
mode.
Press the
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Press to display.
Positioning
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to display
.
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Mutual Interference Prevention
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2
Mutual interference prevention setting
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
CONTENTS
button to display
Default value: OFF
INTRODUCTION
Press the
.
button to display
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
3
button to apply
BASIC
SETUP
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Important
• When CH1 is used to specify a setting while mutual interference prevention is set to ON, the
menus for which the same setting is applied to the Amplifier Units of CH2 and later are
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
shown in the following table.
Specify settings for the menus in the following table after setting mutual interference
Positioning
prevention to ON.
Menu
Displayable and
Specifiable CH Number
Notes
Response time setting
CH1
The setting of CH1 is also applied to Amplifier Units of
CH2 and later.
Smart tuning
CH1
Smart tuning for the Amplifier Units of CH2 and later
are executed together with CH1.
• When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, the response times (maximum values) are as
follows:
Mutual Interference
Prevention
OFF
ON
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Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Two-Sensor
Operation
Total Response Time
OFF
Response time setting for each CH
SPECIFICATIONS
(A – B), THICK
(Total response time setting for each CH) +
(4 ms × number of connected units)
INDEX
OFF
(A – B), THICK
(Response time per unit in the table below) ×
number of connected units
Mutual Interference Prevention
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
85
<Response time if mutual interference prevention is set to ON>
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
CH1 Response Time Setting
60 µs
120 µs
240 µs
500 µs
1 ms
2 ms
4 ms
8 ms
12 ms
20 ms
36 ms
66 ms
128 ms
250 ms
500 ms
Response Time per Unit
3 ms
3 ms
3 ms
4 ms
8 ms
16 ms
32 ms
64 ms
72 ms
80 ms
100 ms
160 ms
280 ms
520 ms
1s
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
86
Mutual Interference Prevention
ZX2 User’s Manual
Setting the Hysteresis
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Hysteresis width:
This refers to the difference between the operation point and return point. Set the
hysteresis width for the upper and lower limits of the judgements if the HIGH, PASS or
LOW judgement is unstable near the threshold values.
Hysteresis (hysteresis width)
HIGH threshold
Measured value
Operation point
Return point
LOW threshold
Output
HIGH
ON
OFF
PASS
ON
OFF
LOW
ON
OFF
Set to the MENU mode
2
Hysteresis width setting
3
Return to RUN mode
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Setting completed
1
INTRODUCTION
BASIC
SETUP
Procedure for setting up the hysteresis width
1
CONTENTS
Thickness
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to display
Press to display.
.
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
Press to display.
INDEX
Press the
the setting.
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Positioning
button to apply
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Setting the Hysteresis
87
2
Hysteresis width setting
Button
Operation
Display
CONTENTS
Press the
.
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Press to set.
Set any value.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Double
Sheet
Detection
3
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
button to apply
Return to RUN mode
Thickness
Positioning
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the hysteresis width.
Press the
the setting.
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Default value: 0.000
Press to display.
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
BASIC
SETUP
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button to enable
setting of the hysteresis width.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Description of Operation
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
Important
• The hysteresis width for HIGH, PASS or LOW judgment is disabled when the hold function is
enabled.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
• The hysteresis width is enabled when the self-trigger is set.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
88
Setting the Hysteresis
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Setting the Hold Function
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Hold:
The hold function holds any values during the measurement period, and outputs
these values at the end of measurement.
INTRODUCTION
Procedure for setting up hold
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Hold conditions setting
3
Self-trigger setting
CONTENTS
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
When SELF U/SELF D is selected
4
Trigger level setting
5
Return to RUN mode
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Setting completed
1
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Height
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to display
Press to display.
.
Double
Sheet
Detection
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
Steps
and
Warpage
button to apply
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Setting the Hold Function
89
2
Hold conditions setting
Button
Operation
Display
CONTENTS
Press the
.
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to display
Default value: OFF
Press the
button to select the
hold conditions.
Hold OFF
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Description of Operation
Press to select
The average measured value
during the sampling period is
held.
Select the
desired value.
BASIC
SETUP
The difference between the
minimum and maximum
values during the sampling
period is held.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
The measured value at the
start of the sampling period is
held.
Steps
and
Warpage
The minimum value during
the sampling period is held.
Double
Sheet
Detection
The maximum value during
the sampling period is held.
(For details, see the
following page.)
Thickness
Positioning
Press the
the setting.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
button to apply
When other than
is
selected, proceed to "3 Selftrigger setting."
DETAILED
SETTINGS
* The clamp value is output
until the first sampling period
is finished.
(For details on the clamp
value, see page 107.)
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Setting the Hold Function
ZX2 User’s Manual
Selection menu
OFF (default)
Details
Hold measurement is not performed. The measured value is output at all
times.
The average measured value during the sampling period is held. The output
changes at the end of the sampling period and is held until the end of the
next sampling period.
Output
(average of measured values)
Current
measured
value
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Sampling period
The difference between the minimum and maximum values during the
sampling period is held. This option is selected mainly to detect vibration.
The output changes at the end of the sampling period and is held until the
end of the next sampling period.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Maximum value
Current
measured
value
Minimum
value
Output
(maximum value - minimum value)
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Sampling period
The measured value at the start of the sampling period is held. The output
changes at the end of the sampling period and is held until the end of the
next sampling period.
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Output
Current
measured
value
Thickness
Sampling period
The minimum value during the sampling period is held. The output changes
at the end of the sampling period and is held until the end of the next
sampling period.
Current
measured
value
Minimum
value
DETAILED
SETTINGS
The maximum value during the sampling period is held. The output changes
at the end of the sampling period and is held until the end of the next
sampling period.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
Output
Current
measured
value
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Sampling period
ZX2 User’s Manual
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Output
Sampling period
Maximum value
Positioning
Setting the Hold Function
91
3
Self-trigger setting
Button
Operation
Display
CONTENTS
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Press the
.
Press to display.
INTRODUCTION
Press to select
Description of Operation
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: TIMING
Press the
button to select the
self-trigger.
Enter the trigger by using the
timing input or by pressing
the
button in the RUN
Select the
mode. The period that the
desired value.
timing signal is ON is the
sampling period.
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is lower than the
specified self-trigger level.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
The sampling period is the
period that the measured
value is greater than the
specified self-trigger level.
(For details, see the
following page.)
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Press the
button to apply
the self-trigger.
Positioning
When
and
are selected,
proceed to the next item, and
when
is selected,
proceed to "5 Return to RUN
mode."
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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Setting the Hold Function
ZX2 User’s Manual
Selection menu
Details
Either input the timing signal from an external device, or enter the trigger
for starting sampling by pressing the
button. The period that the timing
signal is ON is the sampling period.
(Default)
Timing input
CONTENTS
ON
OFF
INTRODUCTION
Sampling period
(For details on external inputs, see page 114.)
The sampling period is the period that the measured value is lower than
the specified self-trigger level. Hold measurement is possible without a
sync input.
Measured value
Sampling period
Operation point
Return point
The sampling period is the period that the measured value is greater than
the specified self-trigger level. Hold measurement is possible without a
sync input.
Self-trigger level
Hysteresis width
Measured value
Sampling period
Sampling period
Operation point
Return point
Display
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 0.000
[Move digit]
Press to set.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Press the
button to enable
setting of the self-trigger level.
[Change numeric value]
BASIC
SETUP
Thickness
Trigger level setting
Button
Operation
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Hysteresis width
Self-trigger level
4
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
Set any value. set the self-trigger level.
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* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Setting the Hold Function
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Button
Operation
Display
Press the
the setting.
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INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Description of Operation
5
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to apply
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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94
Setting the Hold Function
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Setting channels used when connecting multiple units
Bank switching: CH1
Bank registration: Each CH
Bank Setting
Bank setting:
Up to four sets of settings can be stored in memory. (Default: bank 0) This is
recommended, for example, when measuring on multi-lot lines.
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INTRODUCTION
Procedure for setting up banks
The following menu settings can be registered to banks:
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Bank switching
HIGH threshold
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
LOW threshold
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Response time
Hysteresis width
3
Various settings
4
Return to RUN mode
Measured value display scaling
Pre-scaling display value 1
Post-scaling display value 1
Pre-scaling display value 2
Post-scaling display value 2
BASIC
SETUP
Self-trigger level
Setting completed
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Display during zero reset
Important
• When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, use the CH1 Amplifier Unit for switching. The
Height
Amplifier Units of CH2 and later are switched together with CH1.
Steps
and
Warpage
1
Double
Sheet
Detection
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to display
Press to display.
.
Positioning
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
Thickness
SPECIFICATIONS
button to apply
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SETTING
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95
2
Bank switching
Button
Operation
Display
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Press to display.
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Press to select
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Press the
.
button to display
Press the
bank.
button to select the
Press the
the setting.
3
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 0
to
Select the
desired value.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Description of Operation
button to apply
Various settings
Set the various menu items that require setting.
Execute smart tuning for each bank to be used because the smart tuning results are not
applied to other banks.
4
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
The following explains how to switch banks and perform measurement.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Either switch banks by following the steps 1 → 2 → 4 described above, or input the
required signal from an external device to switch the bank.
TROUBLESHOOTING
(For details on external inputs, see page 114.)
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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96
Bank Setting
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Zero Reset
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Zero reset:
This refers to setting the reference value to "0" or any desired numeric value so that
the measured value can be displayed and output as a positive or negative deviation
(tolerance) from the reference value. The measured value can be set to "0" or any
desired numeric value at any timing in the RUN mode.
Examples:
„ To eliminate reference deviation
„ To measure steps in a sensing object
by a single sensor (Executing a zero
reset at each measurement)
Sensor Head
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Sensor Head
3.5
1.5
2 (HIGH threshold)
(Note) Zero reset memory set to OFF
0
Sensing
object
-0.5
-2 (LOW threshold)
Measure
this step.
Zero reset is
executed.
Zero reset is Zero reset is
executed.
executed.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Moved
Steps
and
Warpage
„ To display the height of a workpiece
Double
Sheet
Detection
Sensor Head
Thickness
0
2
5 (HIGH threshold)
-2
1 (LOW threshold)
3
Sensing
object
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
„ To display the actual measuring
DETAILED
SETTINGS
distance value
TROUBLESHOOTING
Sensor Head
0
2
52 (HIGH threshold)
SPECIFICATIONS
-2
48 (LOW threshold)
INDEX
50
Sensing
object
SETTING
TRANSITION
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97
Procedure for setting up zero reset
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INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Zero reset memory setting
3
Display setting at zero reset
4
Return to RUN mode
5
Zero reset execution
Setting completed
1
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
BASIC
SETUP
Height
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
button to display
.
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
Positioning
DETAILED
SETTINGS
2
Button
Operation
Display
button to display
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: OFF
Press the
button to select the
zero reset memory setting.
Saves the current measured
result.
Press to select
SETTING
TRANSITION
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98
Description of Operation
Press the
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
button to apply
Select whether or not to hold the measured
value after the zero reset was performed when
the power is turned OFF.
Zero reset memory setting
Press to display.
TROUBLESHOOTING
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Thickness
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Description of Operation
Press to display.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Display
Zero Reset
Select the
desired value.
Does not save the current
measured result.
When executing a zero reset
at each measurement, set to
.
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Button
Operation
Display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
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Important
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• If zero reset memory is set to ON, the zero reset level will be written in the Amplifier Unit's
non-volatile memory (EEPROM) each time a zero reset is executed.
The EEPROM can be written a maximum of 100,000 times. Writing the zero reset level for
each measurement can, therefore, use up the life of the memory and lead to malfunctions.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
3
Set the zero reset memory function to set the
reference value to any numeric value.
Display setting at zero reset
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: 0.000
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Set any value.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the offset level.
Press the
the setting.
4
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
button to apply
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Press the
button to enable
setting of values at a reset.
[Change numeric value]
BASIC
SETUP
Explanation of
Selection Menu
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
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TRANSITION
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Zero Reset
99
5
Zero reset execution
Button
Operation
Display
—
—
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Lit
LD ON ZERO ENABLE
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Hold both down for 1 second
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Set the sensing object to be
used for executing the zero
reset.
Either press the
button for
one second in the RUN mode,
or input the zero reset signal (4
ms to 1 s) from an external
device.
(For details on external
inputs, see page 114.)
Important
• The minimum display value is –99.999, and the maximum display value is 999.999. If the
measured value is below the minimum value after execution of zero reset, –99.999 will be
displayed. 999.999 will be displayed if the measured value is above the maximum value.
Zero reset can be executed only if the measured value is within ±10% of the rated
measurement range.
• Even if a zero reset is executed, the threshold does not change from the setting before
execution of the zero reset.
(For example, even if a zero reset is executed so that measured value 2 become 0, the HIGH
threshold stays at 5 if it is 5 before zero reset is executed.)
Procedure for canceling a zero reset
Button
Operation
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Hold both down for 1 second
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Hold both down for 1 second
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Either press the
button for
one second in the RUN mode,
or input the zero reset signal (3 s
or more) from an external
device.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Zero Reset
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Scaling
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Scaling:
The display scale can be changed when you want to display a digital value on the
Amplifier Unit different from the actual measured value. (For example, when you want
to set the measured value as the actual measuring distance.)
Set to the MENU mode
2
Scaling
3
Return to RUN mode
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up scaling
1
CONTENTS
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Setting completed
1
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to display
Press to display.
.
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
2
DETAILED
SETTINGS
button to apply
TROUBLESHOOTING
Scaling
Button
Operation
Press to display.
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Display
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: OFF
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Scaling
101
Button
Operation
Display
Press the
.
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Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
button to display
Press to display.
Press the
button to enable
setting of scaling.
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FOR
MEASUREMENT
Press the
Press to display.
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button to display
.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
<To display the actual sensing
distance>
Press the
button to enable
setting of S1-Before.
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58 50 42
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SETUP
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
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APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
[Numeric
value before
change]
Set any value.
Press to set.
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Press to display.
Positioning
42
After
8
Before
-8
S1
S2
Press the
button to enable
setting of S1-After.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
DETAILED
SETTINGS
58
Press the
button to apply
* If the
button is pressed
the numeric value of S1-Before.
when the cursor is at the
Press the
button to display
right-most digit or the
.
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value before
S1 is changed.
8
Press to set.
TROUBLESHOOTING
[Numeric
value after
change]
Set any value.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the measured value after S1
is changed.
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S1-After.
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
102
Scaling
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Button
Operation
Display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
button to display
.
58
Press the
button to enable
setting of S2-Before.
42
After
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Before
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-8
S1
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
[Numeric value set the measured value before
before change] S2 is changed.
Set any value.
S2
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S2-Before.
Press to display.
Press the
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FOR
MEASUREMENT
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
button to display
.
Height
Press the
button to enable
setting of S2-After.
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
[Numeric value set the measured value after S2
after change] is changed.
Set any value.
Thickness
Positioning
Press the
button to apply
the numeric value of S2-After.
3
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
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TRANSITION
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Important
• Analog output when specifying the scaling setting
The analog output range is assigned based on the post-scaling display value setting range
CONTENTS
(between S1-AFT and S2-AFT).
Concerning the minimum and maximum analog output values, the analog output minimum
value is output for the smaller of the post-scaling display values (S1-AFT/S2-AFT), and the
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analog output maximum value is output for the larger of these values.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Example: To set the analog output in the range of –5 V
to 5 V and display a value from 45 mm to 55
mm when using the ZX2-LD50(L) at a
distance of 45 mm to 55 mm from the
sensor:
FLOW OF
OPERATION
(1) Select
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SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
as the analog output setting.
5V
45 mm
55 mm
-5 V
(2) Specify the AFT value, and then assign the display
value based on the measured value. Assign the
analog output range based on the display value
range.
• S1-BEF: –5 (mm)
• S1-AFT: 55 (mm)
• S2-BEF: 5 (mm)
• S2-AFT: 45 (mm)
<Initial setting>
<Scaling setting>
Display value Analog output
Scaling point
Pre-scaling
display value
(BEF)
Post-scaling
display value
(AFT)
Analog output
–10 mm
–5 V
S1
–5 mm
55 mm
5V
10 mm
5V
S2
5 mm
45 mm
–5 V
• Threshold value when specifying the scaling setting
Even if scaling is executed, the threshold does not change from the setting before execution
of scaling. (For example, the HIGH threshold stays at 5 if it was 5 before scaling is executed.)
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SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Analog Output
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Analog output:
This refers to the conversion of measurement results to 4 to 20 mA current output or
to -5 to +5 V/1 to 5 V voltage output.
The relationship between display values and analog output values can be freely
specified. (Monitor focus)
Set to the MENU mode
2
Analog output setting
3
Return to RUN mode
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Setting completed
1
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
2
Height
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Display
Thickness
Positioning
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
.
button to display
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Default value: -5 to +5 V
Current output 4 to 20 mA
Voltage output 1 to 5 V
Select the
desired value.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage output 5 to +5 V
Press the
the setting.
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Explanation of
Selection Menu
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Press the
button to select
analog output.
Press to select
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Analog output setting
Button
Operation
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up analog output
1
CONTENTS
INDEX
button to apply
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Analog Output
105
3
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
CONTENTS
Out
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Hold down for
3 seconds
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
Freely specifying the relationship between display values and analog output values
(equivalent to the former ZX-L-N monitor focus)
• To specify any analog output value for a display value, assign the analog output range and
the minimum and maximum analog output values by selecting the analog output and then
setting up scaling.
(If scaling is not set up, the measurement range is the same as the analog output range.)
The analog output range is assigned based on the post-scaling display value setting range
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
(between S1-AFT and S2-AFT).
Height
analog output maximum value is output for the larger of these values.
Steps
and
Warpage
Concerning the minimum and maximum analog output values, the analog output minimum
value is output for the smaller of the post-scaling display values (S1-AFT/S2-AFT), and the
• To only specify the analog output range, without changing display values
Double
Sheet
Detection
Example: To set the analog output in the range of –5 V to 5 V
when using the ZX2-LD50(L) at a distance of 45 mm
to 55 mm from the sensor:
Thickness
(1) Select
Positioning
(2) Specify the measurement range to use for the BEF and
AFT values, and then assign the analog output range
based on the measured value range.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
INDEX
-5 mm
as the analog output setting.
5 mm
-5 V
• S1-BEF: –5 (mm)
• S1-AFT: –5 (mm) → Set the same value as S1-BEF
• S2-BEF: 5 (mm)
• S2-AFT: 5 (mm) → Set the same value as S2-BEF
<Initial setting>
<Scaling setting>
Display value Analog output
SPECIFICATIONS
5V
Scaling point
Pre-scaling
display value
(BEF)
Post-scaling
display value
(AFT)
Analog output
–10 mm
–5 V
S1
–5 mm
–5 mm
–5 V
10 mm
5V
S2
5 mm
5 mm
5V
• To specify the analog output range after changing display values
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TRANSITION
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(For details on scaling, see page 104.)
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Output for Non-measurement
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Output for non-measurement:
This refers to specifying the output contents when an error occurs (Error-dark or
Error-bright), when a reset is being input, or before measured values are finalized.
(For details on these errors, see page 126.)
Selection Menu
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Output Contents
Judgment Output
Analog Output
KEEP
(Default)
The measurement value immediately before the non-measurement state is entered is
held and output.
CLAMP
All OFF
The specified CLAMP value is output.
The following options are available.
• For voltage output: –5.00 to 5.00 V (in 1-V steps), or
the maximum (approximately 5.5 V)
• For current output: 4.00 to 20.00 mA (in 1-mA steps), or
the maximum (approximately 22 mA)
Procedure for setting up output for non-measurement
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Output settings for non-measurement
3
Clamp value setting
4
Return to RUN mode
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Setting completed
1
Thickness
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to display
Press to display.
.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
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button to apply
Output for Non-measurement
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TRANSITION
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2
Output settings for non-measurement
Button
Operation
Display
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Press the
Press to display.
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button to display
.
Press the
button to select
output for non-measurement.
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FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Description of Operation
Select the
desired value.
Press to select
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Press the
the setting.
3
The measured value status
before measurement is
stopped is held and output.
button to apply
Clamp value setting
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
.
Press to display.
Thickness
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: MAX
The clamp value is output
from when the power is
turned on until the measured
value is finalized, even when
KEEP is selected, so be sure
to set this value.
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Press the
button to display
the clamp value.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Default value: KEEP
Judgment output: All OFF
Analog output:
The preset clamp value is
output.
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Explanation of
Selection Menu
For voltage output:
to
In 1 V units
Press to select
Select the
desired value.
For current output:
to
In 1 mA units
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
SETTING
TRANSITION
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108
Output for Non-measurement
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Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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109
Timer
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Timer:
The timing for judgement outputs can be adjusted to match the operation of external
devices.
Procedure for setting up the timer
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Timer setting
3
Return to RUN mode
Setting completed
1
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Display
Lit
Steps
and
Warpage
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Press the
button to display
.
Thickness
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
2
TROUBLESHOOTING
Button
Operation
INDEX
button to apply
Timer setting
Press to display.
SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press the
button to display
when setting the ON- ON-delay timer
delay and
when
OFF-delay timer
setting the OFF-delay.
Select the
(For details, see the
desired value.
following page.)
Press the
button to enable
setting of the timer.
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
110
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press to display.
Double
Sheet
Detection
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Timer
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Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
button to move
the digit, press the
button to
change the numeric value, and
set the time set to the timer.
[Change numeric value]
[Move digit]
Press to set.
Press the
the setting.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
to
* If the
button is pressed
when the cursor is at the
right-most digit or the
button is pressed when the
cursor is at the left-most digit,
the setting will be canceled.
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
button to apply
Selection menu
CONTENTS
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Details
After the measurement result has been finalized, the timer delays
turning ON of the PASS output for the time set to the timer.
BASIC
SETUP
Measured value
(ON-delay timer)
HIGH threshold
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
LOW threshold
Height
ON
HIGH output
OFF
PASS output
Steps
and
Warpage
ON
OFF
Double
Sheet
Detection
LOW output ON
OFF
:Time set to timer
After the measurement result has been finalized, the timer delays
turning OFF of the PASS output for the time set to the timer.
Thickness
Measured value
(OFF-delay timer)
HIGH threshold
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
LOW threshold
ON
HIGH output OFF
PASS output
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SETTINGS
ON
OFF
LOW output ON
OFF
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:Time set to timer
3
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
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SPECIFICATIONS
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Timer
111
Setting the Differential Function
Setting channels used when connecting multiple units: Each CH
CONTENTS
Differential function:
This function is used to specify the detection of only sudden changes in the measured
values that occur during very short periods of time.
INTRODUCTION
Setting example:
Detecting only sudden changes.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Counting gradual changes for which a
threshold value cannot be specified.
Input
waveform
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Input
waveform
BASIC
SETUP
Differential
waveform
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Differential
waveform
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Procedure for setting up differential function
1
Set to the MENU mode
Double
Sheet
Detection
2
Differential function
setting
Thickness
3
Return to RUN mode
Setting completed
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
1
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
TROUBLESHOOTING
112
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to display
.
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
Description of Operation
Press to display.
SPECIFICATIONS
Display
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
Setting the Differential Function
button to apply
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Differential function setting
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
CONTENTS
button to display
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Press the
display to
button to set the
.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
3
FLOW OF
OPERATION
button to apply
BASIC
SETUP
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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113
External Input for Bank, Timing Input, Reset Input
Setting channels used when connecting multiple units: Each CH, Bank switching: CH1
CONTENTS
External input:
This refers to inputting the bank switching signal, the timing signal during a hold and
the reset signal from an external device to execute these operations.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Procedure for setting up external input
FLOW OF
OPERATION
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
External input terminal setting
3
Return to RUN mode
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Setting completed
1
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Steps
and
Warpage
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Double
Sheet
Detection
button to display
.
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
2
button to apply
External input terminal setting
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press the
Press to display.
INDEX
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
SPECIFICATIONS
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
Positioning
TROUBLESHOOTING
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Thickness
Display
button to display
.
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Default value: TIM.RST
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TRANSITION
CHARTS
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External Input for Bank, Timing Input, Reset Input
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Button
Operation
Display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Press the
button to select the
external input terminal.
timing input/reset input
Bank switching
Select the
desired value.
Press to select
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Press the
the setting.
3
button to apply
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FOR
MEASUREMENT
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
CONTENTS
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Description of Operation
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Procedure for executing external input
Each of the functions is executed when signals are input using the external input wire in
table 1 below.
Timing input, reset input and bank switching are executed by a signal input of 4 ms or
more. While the signal in table 2 below is being input, measurement is performed based
on the settings of the specified bank.
When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, use the CH1 Amplifier Unit for bank
switching. The banks of the Amplifier Units of CH2 and later are switched together with
CH1.
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Table 1 External Input Wiring
Amplifier Unit
Connector
Cable Color
Purple
Red
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Setting
Timing input
Reset input
BANK input 0
BANK input 1
TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 2 Bank Signal Switching Wiring
BANK Input 0
(purple)
BANK Input 1
(red)
BANK 0
OFF
BANK 1
ON
OFF
BANK 2
OFF
ON
BANK 3
ON
ON
Note:
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SETTINGS
OFF
Bank signal switching is enabled only in the RUN mode.
External Input for Bank, Timing Input, Reset Input
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
115
Setting the Detection Surface Selection
Setting channels used when connecting multiple units: Each CH
CONTENTS
Detection surface selection:
The default value is FIRST. Setting the value to MAX can decrease incorrect
measurements caused by diffused reflection or multireflection due to the shape of the
workpiece.
INTRODUCTION
Sensor Head
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Correct
reflection
Multireflection
FLOW OF
OPERATION
NEAR
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Correct reflection
Multireflection
1
Detection surface
selection setting
3
Return to RUN mode
Setting completed
Thickness
1
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
Display
Lit
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Press to display.
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
116
button to display
.
SPECIFICATIONS
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Press the
TROUBLESHOOTING
Measurement performed with
correct reflection components
(with the MAX setting)
Set to the MENU mode
2
Double
Sheet
Detection
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Measurement performed on
the NEAR side
(with the FIRST setting)
Procedure for setting up detection surface selection
Steps
and
Warpage
Positioning
FAR
* This step is not required if
detail menu display is
already set to ON in the
MENU mode.
Press the
button to set the
display to
to set display of
the detail menu.
Press to display.
Press the
the setting.
button to apply
Setting the Detection Surface Selection
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Detection surface selection setting
Button
Operation
Display
Description of Operation
Press to display.
Press the
.
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button to display
During normal measurement
When an incorrect
measurement occurs due to
diffused reflection or
multireflection
Select the
desired value.
Press the
the setting.
3
CONTENTS
button to display
Press the
.
Press to select
Explanation of
Selection Menu
button to apply
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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117
Key Lock Function
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Height
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold both the
buttons down
for three seconds in the RUN
mode.
Canceling the Key Lock
Button
Operation
Hold both down for
3 seconds
Double
Sheet
Detection
Button
Operation
Hold both down for
3 seconds
Steps
and
Warpage
Key Lock Function
Hold both down for
3 seconds
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Key Lock Function:
The key lock function disables all keys. Once keys have been disabled, no key input
will be accepted until the lock is released. This function is useful for preventing
inadvertent changes to settings.
Hold both down for
3 seconds
BASIC
SETUP
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Display
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold both the
buttons down
for three seconds in the RUN
mode.
Displayed until completion
of cancellation
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
118
Key Lock Function
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Initializing Settings Data
Setting channels used when
connecting multiple units: Each CH
Initialization: This function resets all settings to their default values.
CONTENTS
Default Values
Function
Display
Default Value
0 reference:
+ indication:
- indication:
Measurement center distance
NEAR side
FAR side
HIGH threshold
Measurement range maximum value
LOW threshold
Measurement range minimum value
Response time
500 ms
Analog output setting
–5 to +5 V
Detail menu display
selection
OFF
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Bank switching settings 0
Mutual interference
prevention
OFF
Height
Hysteresis width
0.000
Two-Sensor operation
setting
OFF
Steps
and
Warpage
Thickness setting
0.000
Double
Sheet
Detection
Measured value display OFF
scaling
Differential function
OFF
Hold setting
OFF
Trigger mode
TIMING (self-trigger timing input)
Self-trigger level
0.000
Output for nonmeasurement
KEEP
Clamp value
MAX
ON-delay time
0 ms
OFF-delay time
0 ms
Zero reset memory
OFF
Display during zero
reset
0.000
External input terminal
setting
TIM.RST (timing input/reset input)
Detection surface
selection
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Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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119
Procedure for initializing settings data
CONTENTS
1
Set to the MENU mode
2
Setting data initialization
3
Return to RUN mode
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PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Setting completed
Important
• When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, use CH1 to perform initialization because CH2
and later channels cannot be used to do this.
Note that CH2 and later channels are initialized together with CH1.
1
Set to the MENU mode
Button
Operation
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Display
Lit
Hold down for
3 seconds
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
MENU mode.
Setting data initialization
Button
Operation
Display
Press to display.
Thickness
2
Description of Operation
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Description of Operation
Press the
.
button to display
Press the
.
button to display
Explanation of
Selection Menu
Press to display.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Press the
button.
Hold down
TROUBLESHOOTING
Displayed
1 digit at a time
When
is displayed, this
means that initialization is
completed.
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Initializing Settings Data
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3
Return to RUN mode
Button
Operation
Display
Out
Hold down for
3 seconds
Description of Operation
Explanation of
Selection Menu
CONTENTS
Hold down the
button for
three seconds to switch to the
RUN mode.
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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MEMO
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
122
Initializing Settings Data
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Error Messages
126
Q&A
129
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
INTRODUCTION
This section describes countermeasures for temporary hardware problems. Check the
malfunction in this section before sending the hardware for repair.
Category
CONTENTS
The device restarts during
operation.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Operation
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Problem
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
124
Display
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
• Is the power supply device connected correctly?
• Are the Calculating Units connected correctly?
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p.28
p.25
No input signal is received. • Are all cables connected correctly?
• Is the input signal line disconnected?
p.28
The measured values
fluctuate and are not stable
depending on day and
time.
• This problem may be due to temperature
characteristics. Execute zero reset periodically using
the standard object to correct this problem.
p.97
Laser light is not emitted.
• Is the LD-OFF input short-circuited?
p.28
Bank switching by signals
from the external input
terminal is not functioning.
• Is the external input terminal set to
• Is the cable connected correctly?
The state returns to
in the RUN
mode even if after a bank
is switched by button
operation.
• Is the external input terminal set to
The main display stays at
[-----].
• Has a timing input been made while hold is enabled
and the the trigger mode is
?
• If the hold function is enabled and the trigger type is
or
, has the self-trigger level
been set to an appropriate value?
p.89
An abnormal distance is
displayed when the object
is clearly outside the
measurement range.
• This problem may occur due to the characteristics of
the sensor. Make sure that the distance to the
sensing object is appropriate.
—
is displayed on
the sub-display when the
power is turned ON.
• The laser of the Sensor Head has deteriorated.
Replace the Sensor Head.
—
is displayed on
the sub-display.
• Is the LD-OFF input short-circuited?
p.28
is displayed on
the sub-display.
• Is the timing input short-circuited?
p.28
is displayed on
the sub-display.
• Is the reset input short-circuited?
p.28
Even though the
installation conditions are
the same, measured
values differ considerably.
• Is the zero-reset input short-circuited?
p.28
Thickness
Positioning
Probable cause and possible countermeasure
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?
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p.28
?
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is displayed on
the main display.
• Is the distance between the Sensor Head and the
workpiece within the measurement range?
p.135
is displayed on
the main display.
• Is the distance between the Sensor Head and the
workpiece within the measurement range?
p.135
Judgements are not output
to external devices.
•
•
•
•
p.28
Output
Display
Problem
Analog output levels are
strange.
Are all cables connected correctly?
Is the output signal line disconnected?
Is the reset input short-circuited?
Is the HIGH threshold set to a value larger than the
LOW threshold?
• Are the analog output settings correct?
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
p.105
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
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Error Messages
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
This section outlines the error messages displayed on the Amplifier Unit and the
countermeasures for those messages.
While displaying an error, the error output signal is also output. (There are some
exceptions.)
Display
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Error-bright
Error-channel
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Error-channel
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Error-dark
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
Error-head
Error-head
Error-head
Error
Countermeasure
Saturated light amount intensity,
• Install so that the distance between
measurement error.
the Sensor Head and the
(The error output signal is not output.)
workpiece is within the
measurement range.
• There is only one Amplifier Unit
• If two or more Amplifier Units have
even though mutual interference
been installed, turn OFF the power
prevention is set to ON.
supply and check that the Amplifier
• There is only one Amplifier Unit
Units and Calculating Units are
even though two-Sensor operation
connected correctly.
is set to ON.
• If only one Amplifier Unit is being
used, connect another Amplifier
Two Amplifier Unit communications
Unit temporarily and turn OFF
error.
mutual interference prevention and
two-Sensor operation, or initialize
the setting data.
Insufficient received light intensity,
• Install so that the distance between
measurement error.
the Sensor Head and the
(The error output signal is not output.)
workpiece is within the
measurement range.
The Sensor Head is disconnected.
• Turn OFF the power supply, check
Or, a sensor communications error
the Sensor Head connection, and
has occurred.
then turn ON the power supply
again.
• If the above countermeasure does
not solve the problem, the Sensor
Head is malfunctioning. Replace
the Sensor Head.
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Error-head
Sensor Head laser error.
Error-head
The Sensor Head internal memory is
in error.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
Error-head
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SETTING
TRANSITION
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Error-head
Error-head
Error-head
Error-head
Error-memory
Error-memory
Error-short
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Error
Sensor Head system error.
Countermeasure
• Turn OFF the power supply, check
the Sensor Head connection, and
then turn ON the power supply
again.
• If the above countermeasure does
not solve the problem, the Sensor
Head is malfunctioning. Replace
the Sensor Head.
Because the Sensor Head version is • Contact the company with which
old, the connected Amplifier Unit
your company is doing business or
cannot be used.
the OMRON sales representative
handling your company.
Amplifier Unit setting memory error. • Turn OFF the power supply, check
if wiring is connected correctly, and
then turn ON the power supply
again.
• If the above countermeasure does
not solve the problem, the
Amplifier Unit is malfunctioning.
Replace the Amplifier Unit.
Amplifier Unit setting memory error. • Initialize the settings by holding
down the SET key for at least three
seconds.
• If the above countermeasure does
not solve the problem, the
Amplifier Unit is malfunctioning.
Replace the Amplifier Unit.
One or all of the judgment outputs are • Turn OFF the power supply, check
short-circuited.
that the HIGH, PASS, LOW or
error output lines are not shortcircuited, then turn ON the power
supply again.
Amplifier Unit system error.
• Turn OFF the power supply, check
if wiring is connected correctly, and
then turn ON the power supply
again.
• If the above countermeasure does
not solve the problem, the
Amplifier Unit is malfunctioning.
Replace the Amplifier Unit.
Smart Tuning failed.
• Change the response time setting
(The error output signal is not output.)
to a larger value, and try again.
• Make sure that the distance
between the Sensor and
Workpiece is within the
measurement range, and try again.
Error Messages
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
127
Display
LD.down
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Error
The laser of the Sensor Head has
deteriorated.
Countermeasure
• Replace the Sensor Head.
Measured values are not output
• Normally, measured values are
because the reset signal is being
displayed once they can be output.
input, calculations are in progress,
timing is before the hold sampling
time, etc.
(The error output signal is not output.)
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
128
Error Messages
ZX2 User’s Manual
Q&A
Question
What is the positional variation range with
respect to the machine axis of the emitter
beam spot?
After the response time is changed, is it
necessary to re-execute smart tuning?
CONTENTS
Answer
The range is ±0.5° of the ideal emitter axis in
the dimensional drawing on page 134.
Yes. After the response time is changed, the
smart tuning results are cleared. Therefore,
re-execute tuning.
If using a different bank for the first time, is it Yes. The smart tuning results are not applied
necessary to execute smart tuning?
to other banks. If using a different bank for the
first time, execute smart tuning.
For the line beam type, is it possible to detect Spot-internal steps cannot be measured. Use
beam-spot-internal steps?
the line beam spot so that it is at only one
height.
Is it possible to add additional extension
Regardless of the length, only one extension
cables between the Sensor Head and
cable can be added. It is not possible to add
Amplifier Unit?
multiple extension cables.
About how much signal input and open time is These times can be checked using the timing
required for each input operation?
charts in this manual (on page 137).
Can calculations be performed when Sensor Yes. This is possible without specifying any
special settings.
Heads that have different measurement
ranges are connected to two Amplifier Units?
If the incorrect measurement is caused by
How can I prevent an incorrect value being
measured and output due to the shape of the multireflection due to the shape of the
workpiece?
workpiece, setting the detection surface
selection to MAX might improve the
measurement accuracy. (See page 116.)
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
ZX2 User’s Manual
Q&A
129
MEMO
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
130
Q&A
ZX2 User’s Manual
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications and Dimensions
132
Timing Charts
137
Engineering Data (Typical)
140
7
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications and Dimensions
CONTENTS
Amplifier Units
ZX2-LDA11/LDA41
INTRODUCTION
11.7
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
18
(Unit: mm)
FLOW OF
OPERATION
72
6.2 *2
30
47.6
16.9
36.8
10.9
20.7
6.1
Steps
and
Warpage
38.4*1
16.6
34.2
Height
Thickness
4.2
9.6
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Double
Sheet
Detection
Vinyl insulated round cable,
5.2 dia., 11 conductors
(Conductor cross-section 0.09 mm2/
Insulator diameter: 0.7 mm)
Standard length: 2 m
(cover open, 84.6)
15.4
BASIC
SETUP
*1 Max. height when cover is open: 56
*2 Min. length when connected: 50
50 mm
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
132
Specifications and Dimensions
ZX2 User’s Manual
Model
ZX2-LDA11
Item
ZX2-LDA41
Measurement
period (*1)
Min. 30 µs
Response time
60 µs, 120 µs, 240 µs, 500 µs, 1 ms, 2 ms, 4 ms, 8 ms, 12 ms, 20 ms, 36 ms, 66 ms,
128 ms, 250 ms, 500 ms
Analog output (*2)
4 to 20 mA, Max. load resistance: 300 Ω, ±5 VDC or 1 to 5 VDC,
Output impedance: 100Ω
Judgment outputs
(HIGH/PASS/
LOW: 3 outputs),
error output
PNP open-collector outputs, 30 VDC,
NPN open-collector outputs, 30 VDC,
50 mA max.
50 mA max.
residual voltage: 1 V max. for load current residual voltage: 1 V max. for load current
10 mA max.,
10 mA max.,
2 V max. for load current
2 V max. for load current
above 10 mA
above 10 mA
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Laser OFF input,
zero reset input,
timing input,
reset input,
bank input
ON:
Functions
Smart tuning, scaling, sample hold, peak hold, bottom hold, peak-to-peak hold,
self-peak hold, self-bottom hold, average hold, zero reset, On-delay timer, OFF-delay
timer, keep/clamp switch, (A-B) calculations (*3), thickness calculation (*3), mutual
interference prevention (*3), laser deterioration detection, bank function (4 banks)
Indications
Judgement indicators: HIGH (orange), PASS (green), LOW (orange),11-segment main
display (red), 11-segment sub-display (orange), laser ON (green), zero reset (green),
ENABLE (green), MENU (green), HIGH threshold (orange), LOW threshold (orange)
Power supply
voltage
10 to 30 VDC, including 10% ripple(p-p)
Steps
and
Warpage
Power
consumption
3,000 mW max. with power supply voltage of 30 VDC and power supply current of
100 mA max. (with Sensor connected)
Double
Sheet
Detection
Ambient
temperature
Operating: 0 to +50°C, Storage: –15 to +70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 minute
Short-circuited with 0-V terminal or ON:
1.2 V or less.
OFF: Open (leakage current:
OFF:
0.1 mA max.)
Supply voltage short-circuited or
supply voltage within –1.2 V
Open (leakage current:
0.1 mA max.)
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Thickness
Positioning
Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, 0.7-mm double amplitude, 80 minutes each in X, Y, and Z directions
(destruction)
Shock resistance
(destruction)
300 m/s2 3 times each in six directions (up/down, left/right, forward/backward)
Degree of
protection
IEC60529, IP40
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Connection method Prewired (standard cable length: 2 m)
Weight
(packed state)
Approx. 200 g (main unit only: approx. 135 g)
Materials
Case: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Cover: Polycarbonate,
Display: Acrylic resin, Buttons: Polyacetal, Cable: PVC
Accessories
Instruction sheet
TROUBLESHOOTING
(*1) In the case of a white ceramic OMRON standard object
(*2) In the MENU mode, select and set current output (4 to 20 mA) and voltage output (±5 V or 1 to 5 V).
(*3) A Calculating Unit (ZX2-CAL) is required.
Mutual interference prevention is possible for up to five Amplifier Units, and calculations are possible for
up to two.
ZX2 User’s Manual
Specifications and Dimensions
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
133
Sensor Heads
ZX2-LD50/LD50L, ZX2-LD100/LD100L
(Unit: mm)
Reference surface
(9.7)
CONTENTS
Emitter axis
INTRODUCTION
L*
10.1
Reference surface
Range
indicator
27.5
6
4.8
35.3
39.5
16.7
A
4.8
Receiver
axis
47.5
*
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Emitter center
Range
indicator
15.1
28.43
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Laser
warning
indicator
12.6 dia.
Double
Sheet
Detection
Vinyl insulated round cable,
4.7 dia., 4 conductors
(Conductor cross-section: 0.086 mm2/
Insulator diameter: 0.9 mm)
Standard length: 0.5 m
29.8
* For ZX2-LD50 (L): L=50, A=21°
For ZX2-LD100 (L): L=100, 11.5°
Sensor Head Extension Cables
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
12.6 dia.
ZX2-XC1R, ZX2-XC4R, ZX2-XC9R
(Unit: mm)
L*
29.8
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Amplifier Unit
attachment connector
(female 6-pole)
TROUBLESHOOTING
*L Cable lengths: ZX2-XC1R: 1 m, ZX2-XC4R: 4 m, ZX2-XC9R: 9 m
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
134
28.9
Vinyl insulated round cable, 4.7 dia.
Sensor Head
attachment connector
(male, 6-pole)
Note. Two or more extension cables cannot be connected in series.
Model
SPECIFICATIONS
12 dia.
Thickness
20.9
7
10.5
FLOW OF
OPERATION
35.5
4
4
Emitter
axis
7
22.6
9.7
BASIC
SETUP
Two, 3.2-dia.
(mounting holes)
Reference surface
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
ZX2-XC1R
ZX2-XC4R
ZX2-XC9R
Item
Cable type
Flex-resistance type
Degree of protection
Dielectric strength (connector)
Insulation resistance (connector)
Weight (packed state)
Materials
Minimum bend radius
Accessories
IP67
No flashover and no breakdown at AC 300 V for 1 minute
1000 MΩ min. (at 100 VDC)
Approx. 50 g
Approx. 150 g
Approx. 300 g
Connector: PPS and PBT, Cable: PVC
30 mm
Ferrite core x 2 (made by TDK Corp. ZCAT1730-0730A)
Specifications and Dimensions
ZX2 User’s Manual
Model
ZX2-LD50L
Item
ZX2-LD50
ZX2-LD100L
ZX2-LD100
Optical system Diffuse reflective
Light source
(wave length)
Visible-light semiconductor laser with a wavelength of 660 nm and an output of 1mW max.
EN class 2, FDA class II (*5)
CONTENTS
Measurement 50 mm
center distance
100 mm
Measurement
range
±10 mm
±35 mm
Beam shape
Line
Spot
Line
INTRODUCTION
Spot
Beam size (*1) Approx. 60 µm x 2.6 mm Approx. 60 µm dia.
Approx. 110 µm x 2.7 mm Approx. 110 µm dia.
Resolution (*2) 1.5 µm
5 µm
Linearity (*3)
±0.05% F.S.
(40 to 50 mm)
±0.1% F.S.
(40 to 50 mm)
±0.05% F.S.
(65 to 100 mm)
±0.1% F.S.
(65 to 100 mm)
±0.1% F.S.
(entire range)
±0.15% F.S.
(entire range)
±0.1% F.S.
(entire range)
±0.15% F.S.
(entire range)
Ambient
illumination
Incandescent lamp: 10,000 lx max. (on light receiving side)
Ambient
temperature
Operating: 0 to +50°C, Storage: –15 to +70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 minute
10 to 150 Hz, 0.7-mm double amplitude, 80 minutes each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance 300 m/s2 3 times each in six directions (up/down, left/right, forward/backward)
(destruction)
Degree of
protection
IEC60529, IP67
Connection
method
Connector connection (standard cable length: 500 mm)
Weight
Approx. 160 g (main unit only: approx. 75 g)
(packed state)
Materials
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Case and cover: PBT (polybutylene terephthalate), Optical window: Glass, Cable: PVC
Accessories
Instruction sheet, ferrite core x 1 (made by TDK Corp. ZCAT1730-0730A), laser warning
label (English), FDA certification label
(Note) Highly reflective objects can result in incorrect detection by causing out-of-range measurements.
(*1) Beam size: The beam size is defined by 1/e2 (13.5%) of the strength of the beam at the beam center
(measured value).
Incorrect detection may occur if there is light leakage outside the defined spot and the material around
the sensing object is more reflective than the sensing object.
(*2) Resolution: The resolution is the deviation (±3σ) in the analog output when connected to the ZX2-LDA
Amplifier Unit. (The resolution is measured with the standard reference object (white ceramic), at the
measurement point when the response time of the ZX2-LDA is set to 128 ms.)
The resolution is given at the repeat accuracy for a stationary workpiece, and is not an indication of the
distance accuracy.
The resolution may be adversely affected under strong electromagnetic fields.
(*3) Linearity: The linearity is given as the error in an ideal straight line displacement output when measuring
the standard reference object.
The linearity and measurement values vary with the object being measured. F.S. is the entire
measurement range. (ZX2-LD50†:20mm)
(*4) Temperature characteristic: The temperature characteristic is measured at the measurement center distance
with the Sensor and reference object (OMRON’s standard reference object) secured with an aluminum jig.
(*5) Categorized as Class 2 by EN60825-1 criteria in accordance with the stipulations of the FDA standard Laser
Notice No.50, and registered with CDRH (Center for Devices and Radiological Health) (accession number:
1020665-000)
ZX2 User’s Manual
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Temperature
0.02% F.S./°C
characteristic (*4)
Vibration
resistance
(destruction)
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Specifications and Dimensions
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
135
Calculating Unit
ZX2-CAL
CONTENTS
(Unit: mm)
Coupling connectors
INTRODUCTION
24.9
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Coupled indicators
FLOW OF
OPERATION
15.1
57
12
44.05
8
9.5
BASIC
SETUP
3.4
14.4
15
30
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
5
36.7
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Model
ZX2-CAL
Item
Applicable Amplifier Units
ZX2-LDA11/ZX2-LDA41
Current consumption
12 mA max. (supplied from the Smart Sensor Amplifier Unit)
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to +50°C, Storage: –15 to +70°C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Connection method
Connector
Dielectric strength
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 minute
Vibration resistance (destruction)
10 to 150 Hz, 0.7 mm double amplitude, 80 minutes each in X, Y,
and Z directions
Shock resistance (destruction)
300 m/s2 3 times each in six directions
(up/down, left/right, forward/backward)
Materials
Case: ABS, Display: Acrylic resin
Weight (packed state)
Approx. 50 g (main unit only: approx. 15 g.)
Accessories
Instruction sheet
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
136
Specifications and Dimensions
ZX2 User’s Manual
Timing Charts
This section explains the timing charts for the I/O signals that are exchanged between the
Controller and external devices.
Laser OFF input
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
ON
Laser emission
ONOFF
Within
4 ms
8 ms (*)
or more
4 ms
or more
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Laser emission
OFFON
Within
20 ms (*)
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Laser OFF input
OFF
BASIC
SETUP
ON
Laser emission
OFF
1
Laser emission If laser OFF input is ON for 4 ms or more, the signal is received, and
ON → OFF
laser emission is turned OFF within 8 ms.
2
Laser emission If laser OFF input is OFF for 4 ms or more, the signal is received, and
OFF → ON
laser emission is turned ON within 20 ms.
(*) The value is within 150 ms when mutual interference prevention is set to ON.
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Reset input
ON
Output value
reset execution
Within
4 ms
or more 4 ms (*1)
Thickness
Output value
reset cancellation
4 ms
or more
Positioning
Reset input
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
OFF
Measurement
Output
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Reset
1
2
Output value If reset input is ON for 4 ms or more, the signal is received, and output
reset execution is reset within 4 ms.
Output value
reset
cancellation
If reset input is OFF for 4 ms or more, measurement is resumed.
Acquire the measurement results after the preset response time
elapses. (*2)
(*1) The value is within 150 ms when mutual interference prevention is set to ON.
(*2) When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, acquire the measurement results after the response time
specified for connecting two or more units elapses. (See page 82.)
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
ZX2 User’s Manual
Timing Charts
137
Bank input
• When only one Amplifier Unit is used
CONTENTS
Example: Switching from bank 2 to bank 1
INTRODUCTION
Bank 1
4 ms
or more
Within
20 ms
Bank input (*)
Bank 2
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Bank 1
Bank
Bank 2
(*) Bank input is executed by the ON/OFF combinations of BANK input 0 and BANK input 1.
If a bank input signal is input for 4 ms or more, the bank is determined, the bank is switched within
20 ms, and then measurement is resumed.
Acquire the measurement results after the preset response time elapses.
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
• When connecting two or more Amplifier Units
Example: Switching from bank 2 to bank 1
Double
Sheet
Detection
4 ms
Bank 1
Thickness
or more
When mutual interference prevention
is set to OFF: Within 50 ms
When mutual interference prevention
is set to ON: Within 420 ms
CH1
bank input (*) Bank 2
Positioning
Bank 1
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
Banks of
CH2 or later Bank 2
(*) Bank input is executed by the ON/OFF combinations of CH1 BANK input 0 and CH1 BANK
input 1 when connecting two or more Amplifier Units.
If a CH1 bank input signal is input for 4 ms or more, the bank is determined, the bank is switched
within 50 ms if mutual interference prevention is set to OFF, and within 420 ms if mutual
interference prevention is set to ON, and then measurement is resumed.
Acquire the measurement results after the response time specified for connecting two or more
Amplifier Units elapses. (See page 82.)
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
138
Timing Charts
ZX2 User’s Manual
Zero reset input
• When the zero reset memory setting is OFF
Zero reset
execution
ON
Within
5 ms
4 ms
to 1 s
CONTENTS
Zero reset
cancellation
3s
Within
or more
5 ms
INTRODUCTION
Zero reset input
OFF
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Measurement
Output
Result after
zero reset
execution
Zero reset
Result after
zero reset
cancellation
1
Zero reset
execution
Turn OFF after 4 ms to 1 s zero reset input turns ON.
The zero reset is executed, and measurement is resumed within 5 ms.
Acquire the measurement results after the preset response time
elapses. (*)
2
Zero reset
cancellation
Turn OFF after zero reset input turns ON for 3 s or more.
The zero reset is canceled, and measurement is resumed within 5 ms.
Acquire the measurement results after the preset response time
elapses. (*)
ON
4 ms
to 1 s
Within
400 ms
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
• When the zero reset memory setting is ON
Zero reset
execution
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Double
Sheet
Detection
Zero reset
cancellation
3s
Within
or more
400 ms
Thickness
Zero reset input
OFF
Positioning
Measurement
Output
Zero reset
Zero reset
execution
1
2
Zero reset
cancellation
Result after
zero reset
execution
Result after
zero reset
cancellation
Turn OFF after 4 ms to 1 s zero reset input turns ON.
The zero reset is executed, and measurement is resumed within
400 ms.
Acquire the measurement results after the preset response time
elapses. (*)
Turn OFF after zero reset input turns ON for 3 s or more.
The zero reset is canceled, and measurement is resumed within
400 ms.
Acquire the measurement results after the preset response time
elapses. (*)
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
(*) When connecting two or more Amplifier Units, acquire the measurement results after the response time
specified for connecting two or more units elapses.(See page 82.)
ZX2 User’s Manual
Timing Charts
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
139
Engineering Data (Typical)
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Angle Characteristic
The angle characteristic is a plot of the inclination of the sensing object in the
measurement range and the maximum value of the error to analog output.
Note: SUS304 = Stainless steel SUS304
ZX2-LD50
+ Inclination
0.4
- Inclination
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
-0.2
-0.4
-0.6
-0.6
-0.8
0
10
20
30
40
50
10
20
30
40
50
Angle of Inclination [ ]
Side-to-side Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0.8
0.6
+ Inclination
0.4
- Inclination
Error [%F.S]
1.0
0.2
1.0
Front-to-back Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0.8
0.6
+ Inclination
0.4
- Inclination
0.2
0
0
-0.2
-0.2
-0.4
-0.4
-0.6
-0.6
-0.8
-0.8
0
10
20
30
40
50
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
0
Angle of Inclination [ ]
10
20
30
40
50
Angle of Inclination [ ]
Error [%F.S]
ZX2-LD100
1.0
Side-to-side Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0.8
0.6
+ Inclination
0.4
- Inclination
0.2
1.0
Front-to-back Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0.8
0.6
+ Inclination
0.4
- Inclination
0.2
0
0
-0.2
-0.2
-0.4
-0.4
-0.6
-0.6
-0.8
-0.8
0
10
20
30
40
50
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
0
10
20
30
40
50
Angle of Inclination [ ]
Angle of Inclination [ ]
Error [%F.S]
ZX2-LD100L
1.0
Side-to-side Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0.8
0.6
+ Inclination
0.4
- Inclination
0.2
140
0
ZX2-LD50L
TROUBLESHOOTING
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
Angle of Inclination [ ]
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
INDEX
- Inclination
-0.4
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
SPECIFICATIONS
0.4
-0.2
Thickness
DETAILED
SETTINGS
+ Inclination
0
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
Positioning
0.6
0.2
-0.8
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0.8
0
Error [%F.S]
Height
1.0
0.2
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Error [%F.S]
0.6
Error [%F.S]
BASIC
SETUP
Front-to-back Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0.8
Error [%F.S]
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Error [%F.S]
Side-to-side Inclination
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
1.0
1.0
0.6
+ Inclination
0.4
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
- Inclination
0.2
0
0
-0.2
-0.2
-0.4
-0.4
-0.6
-0.6
-0.8
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
Front-to-back Inclination
0.8
-0.8
0
10
20
30
40
50
Angle of Inclination [ ]
Engineering Data (Typical)
-1.0
-50 -40 -30 -20 -10
0
10
20
30
40
50
Angle of Inclination [ ]
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Linearity Characteristic for Different Materials
Inclination Front-to-back
Error [%F.S]
Error [%F.S]
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0 Inclination
+
Inclination
Error [%F.S]
-
Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
CONTENTS
+50 Inclination
-50 Inclination
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
NEAR side
FAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
-
FAR side
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
+
Inclination Front-to-back
Error [%F.S]
Error [%F.S]
Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0 Inclination
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Inclination
Error [%F.S]
FAR side
BASIC
SETUP
+50 Inclination
-50 Inclination
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
NEAR side
FAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
-
FAR side
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
+
Inclination Front-to-back
Error [%F.S]
Error [%F.S]
Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
Inclination
Error [%F.S]
FAR side
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0 Inclination
+50 Inclination
-50 Inclination
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
NEAR side
FAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
-
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
0 Inclination
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
+
Inclination Front-to-back
Error [%F.S]
Error [%F.S]
FAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
Inclination
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
NEAR side
Inclination
Error [%F.S]
FAR side
White ceramic
SUS304, mirror finish
Black rubber
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
+50 Inclination
-50 Inclination
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
SPECIFICATIONS
FAR side
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
FAR side
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
FAR side
NEAR side
Measurement center distance
Displacement [mm]
Note. X axis displacement: Measurement distance displayed on the Amplifier Unit
For the measurement distance displayed on the Amplifier Unit, the measurement center distance is displayed as 0,
and the NEAR and FAR sides from the sensor are displayed by + and -, respectively.
ZX2 User’s Manual
Engineering Data (Typical)
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
141
Beam Size
„ Spot Beams
„ Line Beams
L
L
CONTENTS
Beam cross-section
INTRODUCTION
Beam cross-section
Y
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Y
X
X
ZX2-LD50
L
+10 mm
ZX2-LD50L
0 mm
-4 mm
-10 mm
L
+10 mm
0 mm
-4 mm
-10 mm
X
Approx.
600 µm
Approx.
160 µm
Approx.
40 µm
Approx.
220 µm
X
Approx.
2.6 mm
Approx.
2.6 mm
Approx.
2.6 mm
Approx.
2.6 mm
Y
Approx.
350 µm
Approx.
90 µm
Approx.
60 µm
Approx.
130 µm
Y
Approx.
350 µm
Approx.
90 µm
Approx.
60 µm
Approx.
130 µm
ZX2-LD100
L
+35 mm
ZX2-LD100L
0 mm
-20 mm
-35 mm
X
Approx.
1.1 mm
Approx.
400 µm
Approx.
70 µm
Approx.
250 µm
Y
Approx.
550 µm
Approx.
190 µm
Approx.
110 µm
Approx.
150 µm
L
+35 mm
0 mm
-20 mm
-35 mm
X
Approx.
2.1 mm
Approx.
2.5 mm
Approx.
2.7 mm
Approx.
2.9 mm
Y
Approx.
550 µm
Approx.
190 µm
Approx.
110 µm
Approx.
150 µm
Note. L: Measurement distance displayed on the Amplifier Unit (For the
measurement distance displayed on the Amplifier Unit, the
measurement center distance is displayed as 0, and the NEAR and
FAR sides from the sensor are displayed by + and -, respectively.)
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
142
Engineering Data (Typical)
ZX2 User’s Manual
INDEX
Specifications and
Dimensions
Canceling the Key Lock
Numerics
(analog output 1 to 5 V)
2-sensor operation (thickness)
2-sensor operation (A-B)
105
58
48
(output for non-measurement
clamp/clamp value)
108
Clamp value
108
Connecting
Calculating Unit
25
Sensor Head and
Amplifier Unit
27
Connecting the Sensor Head
to the Amplifier Unit
27
(analog output 4 to 20 mA)
105
(analog output ±5 V)
105
A
(2-sensor operation A-B) 48
Active Smart Tuning
81
Amplifier Unit
Connecting the Sensor Head
to the Amplifier Unit
27
Connecting Two or More
Amplifier Units
82
Installing
24
Part Names and Functions
19
Specifications and
Dimensions
132
Analog Output
105
Angle Characteristic
140
(analog output)
105
136
118
D
Default Settings
Default Value
119
119
(detail menu display)
40, 46, 50, 56, 64, 70, 84, 87,
89, 95, 98, 101, 107, 110, 112,
114, 116
116
112
38
50
Display of RUN Mode
Double Sheet Detection
125, 126
126
B
96, 115
95
96, 115
18
38
135, 142
(hold minimum value)
42, 52, 60, 74, 90
C
126
126, 127
Engineering Data (Typical)
Angle Characteristic
Beam Size
Linearity Characteristic for
Different Materials
Error Messages
(2-sensor operation)
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25
22
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
External Input
(external input)
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
127
DETAILED
SETTINGS
140
142
TROUBLESHOOTING
141
126
SPECIFICATIONS
127
48, 58
Calculating Unit
Connecting
Part Names and Functions
INTRODUCTION
Thickness
E
(hold measured value average)
42, 52, 60, 74, 90
(bank switching)
Bank Setting
Bank Switching
Basic Configuration
BASIC SETUP
Beam Size
CONTENTS
127
114
114
INDEX
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
143
F
O
FIRST (detection surface
selection FIRST)
FLOW OF OPERATION
CONTENTS
H
Hold
88
87
I/O Circuit Diagrams
PNP Amplifier Unit
32
Steps
and
Warpage
(key lock enabled)
LD-OFF input
Linearity Characteristic for
Different Materials
Positioning
SPECIFICATIONS
144
110
107
18
19
22
22
Q
Q&A
129
R
Reset Input
115
Reset input
30
Response time
46, 51, 56, 65, 71, 78
128
29
(output for non-measurement)
108
141
19, 20
(scaling S1-Aft)
67, 72, 102, 103
108
(scaling S1-Bef)
67, 72, 102, 103
(detection surface
116
selection MAX)
Measuring Eccentricity and
Surface Deflection
70
Measuring Height
40
Measuring Thickness
55
Multi Smart Tuning
80
Mutual Interference Prevention
46, 56, 84
TROUBLESHOOTING
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
(ON-delay timer)
Output for Non-measurement
S
Main Display
(clamp value MAX)
INDEX
110
110
(hold peak-to-peak)
42, 52, 60, 74, 90
118
M
DETAILED
SETTINGS
(OFF-delay timer)
ON-delay timer
(hold peak)
42, 52, 60, 74, 90
Positioning
64
PREPARATION FOR
MEASUREMENT
17
L
Thickness
110
Part Names and Functions
Amplifier Unit
Calculating Unit
Sensor Head
24
23
(output for non-measurement
keep)
108
Key Lock Function
118
OFF-delay timer
P
120
119
K
Height
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
(hysteresis width)
Hysteresis
(initialization)
Initialization
Installing
Amplifier Unit
Sensor Head
BASIC
SETUP
Double
Sheet
Detection
42, 52, 60, 73, 90
I
FLOW OF
OPERATION
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
42, 52, 60, 73, 89
(hold)
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
116
34
N
I/O Circuit Diagrams
NPN Amplifier Unit
INDEX
(scaling S2-Aft)
68, 73, 103
(scaling S2-Bef)
68, 73, 103
(hold sample)
42, 52, 60, 74, 90
(scaling)
Scaling
31
66, 72, 101
66, 72, 101
(self-trigger self-d)
43, 53, 61, 75, 92
ZX2 User’s Manual
(self-trigger level)
43, 53, 61, 75, 93
(self-trigger self-u)
43, 53, 61, 75, 92
Sensor Head
Part Names and Functions
22
Specifications and
Dimensions
134
Sensor Head extension cable 134
Sensor Heads: Installing
23
Setting Transition Charts
148
Simplest Setting
38
Single Smart Tuning
38, 41, 47, 51, 57, 66, 71, 79
Smart Tuning
38, 41, 47, 51, 57, 66, 71, 78
/
81
/
80
(self-trigger)
42, 52, 61, 74, 92
Troubleshooting
124
80
/
/
38, 41, 47, 51, 57, 66, 71, 79
W
Wiring Diagram
Wiring Input/Output Cables
28
28
Z
Zero Reset
Zero reset cancellation
97
100
(display setting at zero reset)
99
(zero reset memory)
98
/
38, 41, 47, 51, 57, 66, 71, 79
Specifications and Dimensions
Amplifier Unit
132
Calculating Unit
136
Sensor Head
134
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
(response time)
41, 46, 51, 56, 65, 71, 78
Steps and Warpage
45
Sub-display
19, 20
Thickness
Positioning
(mutual interference prevention)
46, 56, 85
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
T
DETAILED
SETTINGS
(2-sensor operation thickness)
58
Threshold Setting
44, 48, 54, 62, 69, 76
Timer
110
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
(self-trigger timing input)
43, 53, 61, 75, 92
Timing Charts
137
Timing input
93, 115
INDEX
(timing input/reset input)
115
ZX2 User’s Manual
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
INDEX
145
MEMO
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
Positioning
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
146
INDEX
ZX2 User’s Manual
Revision History
A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number at the bottom of the
front and back covers of this manual.
Cat. No. Z310-E1-03
Revision code
Revision code
Date
Revised contents
01
Oct. 2010
Original production
02
Jan. 2011
General revision
03
Apr. 2011
General revision
ZX2 User’s Manual
Revision History
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SETTING TRANSITION CHARTS
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
RUN mode
HIGH threshold
Analog
output value
LOW threshold
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
Resolution
Present value
For ±5 V, 1 to 5 V
For 4 to 20 mA
FLOW OF
OPERATION
BASIC
SETUP
Smart Tuning
Hold down
for 3 seconds.
*
MENU modeRUN mode
When the mode is switched,
the system returns to the display
specified before the MENU mode
switch.
Timing input
Zero reset is executed
Zero reset is canceled
Hold both down
for 1 second
Hold down
for 1 second
Hold both
down for 1 second
* Smart tuning can be executed in the MENU mode.
When two or more Amplifier Units are connected and mutual interference prevention is set to ON, execute smart tuning by using CH1.
Smart tuning for CH2 and later is executed at the same time.
Steps
and
Warpage
Double
Sheet
Detection
Key Lock Function
(release)
Hold both down for 3 seconds
Height
RUN mode
MENU mode
When the detail
menu is enabled
Hold both down for 3 seconds
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
* The main display always shows the measured value.
* The display values shown in the above diagram are an example only. The actual display may be different.
MENU mode (The detail menu is enabled.)
Mutual interference
prevention
Bank switching
setting
Response time
[CH1]
[Single unit] [CH1]
[Single unit] [CH1*]
[CH2]
[CH2*]
HIGH threshold
LOW threshold
Hysteresis
Two-Sensor
operation setting
[CH2]
Thickness
(Set numeric value)
Positioning
[Single unit] [CH2]
(Set numeric value)
(Set numeric value)
[Single unit] [CH1]
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
DETAILED
SETTINGS
Hold setting
Trigger mode
Self-trigger
level
If other than OFF is set
If other than TIMING is set
Analog
output settings
Output for
non-measurement
Clamp value
On delay time
For ±5 V, 1 to 5 V
TROUBLESHOOTING
(Set numeric value)
SPECIFICATIONS
(Set numeric value)
For 4 to 20 mA
If TIMING is set
If OFF is set
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
148
ZX2 User’s Manual
: Bank switching
: Default Value*
: Main Display
: Sub-display
* The default threshold and scaling values in the figure assume those for ZX2-LD50(L).
[Single unit]: Only one amplifier unit is used
[CH1]: Amplifier unit CH1 among connected units
[CH2]: Amplifier unit CH2 or later among connected units
[CH1*]: Amplifier unit CH1 among connected units with mutual interference prevention on
[CH2*]: Amplifier unit CH2 or later among connected units with mutual interference prevention on
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
MENU mode (The detail menu is disabled.)
When used for
the first time
MENU mode
When the detail
menu is disabled
Response time
HIGH threshold
LOW threshold
Analog
output setting
Detail menu
Initialization
Display selection
[Single unit] [CH1]
[Single unit] [CH1*]
FLOW OF
OPERATION
Hold down
for 3 seconds.
MENU modeRUN mode
When the mode is switched,
the system returns to the display
specified before the MENU mode
switch.
PREPARATION
FOR
MEASUREMENT
[CH2*]
[CH2]
(Set numeric value)
(Set numeric value)
BASIC
SETUP
When OFF is set
When ON is set
MAIN
APPLICATIONS
& SETTING
METHODS
Height
Steps
and
Warpage
Thickness
setting
Measured value
display scaling
If THICK is set
Pre-scaling
display value 1
Post-scaling
display value 1
Pre-scaling
display value 2
Post-scaling
display value 2
Differential
function
If ON is set
Double
Sheet
Detection
Thickness
(Set numeric value)
Positioning
If other than THICK is set
(Set numeric value)
(Set numeric value)
(Set numeric value)
(Set numeric value)
If OFF is set
Off delay time
Zero reset
memory
Display during
zero reset
Eccentricity
and Surface
Deflection
External input
terminal setting
Detection
surface selection
Detail menu
display selection
Initialization
[Single unit] [CH1]
DETAILED
SETTINGS
TROUBLESHOOTING
(Set numeric value)
[CH2]
(Set numeric value)
SPECIFICATIONS
INDEX
SETTING
TRANSITION
CHARTS
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“forbidden” or other proscribed persons; and (ii) disclosure to non-citizens of
regulated technology or information.
Miscellaneous. (a) Waiver. No failure or delay by Omron in exercising any right
and no course of dealing between Buyer and Omron shall operate as a waiver
of rights by Omron. (b) Assignment. Buyer may not assign its rights hereunder
without Omron's written consent. (c) Law. These Terms are governed by the
law of the jurisdiction of the home office of the Omron company from which
Buyer is purchasing the Products (without regard to conflict of law principles). (d) Amendment. These Terms constitute the entire agreement between
Buyer and Omron relating to the Products, and no provision may be changed
or waived unless in writing signed by the parties. (e) Severability. If any provision hereof is rendered ineffective or invalid, such provision shall not invalidate
any other provision. (f) Setoff. Buyer shall have no right to set off any amounts
against the amount owing in respect of this invoice. (g) Definitions. As used
herein, “including” means “including without limitation”; and “Omron Companies” (or similar words) mean Omron Corporation and any direct or indirect
subsidiary or affiliate thereof.
Certain Precautions on Specifications and Use
1. Suitability of Use. Omron Companies shall not be responsible for conformity
with any standards, codes or regulations which apply to the combination of the
Product in the Buyer’s application or use of the Product. At Buyer’s request,
Omron will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying
ratings and limitations of use which apply to the Product. This information by
itself is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the Product in combination with the end product, machine, system, or other application
or use. Buyer shall be solely responsible for determining appropriateness of
the particular Product with respect to Buyer’s application, product or system.
Buyer shall take application responsibility in all cases but the following is a
non-exhaustive list of applications for which particular attention must be given:
(i) Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical
interference, or conditions or uses not described in this document.
(ii) Use in consumer products or any use in significant quantities.
(iii) Energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation
systems, medical equipment, amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, and installations subject to separate industry or government regulations.
(iv) Systems, machines and equipment that could present a risk to life or property. Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to this Product.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS
RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY OR IN LARGE QUANTITIES WITHOUT
ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO
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5.
ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND THAT THE OMRON’S PRODUCT IS PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE
OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
Programmable Products. Omron Companies shall not be responsible for the
user’s programming of a programmable Product, or any consequence thereof.
Performance Data. Data presented in Omron Company websites, catalogs
and other materials is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of Omron’s
test conditions, and the user must correlate it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the Omron’s Warranty and Limitations
of Liability.
Change in Specifications. Product specifications and accessories may be
changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons. It is our practice to change part numbers when published ratings or features are changed,
or when significant construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the Product may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special part numbers may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for
your application. Please consult with your Omron’s representative at any time
to confirm actual specifications of purchased Product.
Errors and Omissions. Information presented by Omron Companies has been
checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed
for clerical, typographical or proofreading errors or omissions.
OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION • THE AMERICAS HEADQUARTERS
Schaumburg, IL USA • 847.843.7900 • 800.556.6766 • www.omron247.com
OMRON CANADA, INC. • HEAD OFFICE
Toronto, ON, Canada • 416.286.6465 • 866.986.6766 • www.omron247.com
OMRON ARGENTINA • SALES OFFICE
Cono Sur • 54.11.4783.5300
OMRON ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO • HEAD OFFICE
México DF • 52.55.59.01.43.00 • 001.800.556.6766 • [email protected]
OMRON CHILE • SALES OFFICE
Santiago • 56.9.9917.3920
OMRON ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO • SALES OFFICE
Apodaca, N.L. • 52.81.11.56.99.20 • 001.800.556.6766 • [email protected]
OTHER OMRON LATIN AMERICA SALES
54.11.4783.5300
OMRON ELETRÔNICA DO BRASIL LTDA • HEAD OFFICE
São Paulo, SP, Brasil • 55.11.2101.6300 • www.omron.com.br
Omron Europe B.V. • Wegalaan 67-69, NL-2132 JD, Hoofddorp, The Netherlands. • Tel: +31 (0) 23 568 13 00
Fax: +31 (0) 23 568 13 88 • www.industrial.omron.eu
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Note: Specifications are subject to change.
© 2011 Omron Electronics LLC
Printed in U.S.A.
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