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TNT 35 and TNT 35/7-24V
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Table of Contents
1
General Information ........................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Explanation of Symbols ....................................................................................................... 5
1.2
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................... 5
1.3
General Information ............................................................................................................. 6
1.4
Definition of Terms ............................................................................................................... 6
1.5
Selection of Optical Electronic Protective Devices............................................................... 7
2
Safety Notices .................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
Safety Standard ................................................................................................................... 9
2.2
2.3
Intended Use........................................................................................................................ 9
Application requirements ..................................................................................................... 9
Areas of application ............................................................................................................. 9
Organizing Measures ......................................................................................................... 10
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Mounting of the Safety System....................................................................................... 11
3.1
Mounting of the Protective Photoelectric Sensor ............................................................... 11
Multi-axle installation.......................................................................................................... 12
4
Function and Commissioning of the TNT 35................................................................. 15
4.1
Function characteristics of the safety system .................................................................... 15
4.2
Electrical Installation .......................................................................................................... 17
Display and Operating Instruments.................................................................................... 16
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Supply wiring...................................................................................................................... 17
Start input wiring ................................................................................................................ 18
Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors..................................................... 19
Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series ...................................... 20
Wiring safety output ........................................................................................................... 21
Wiring of the message outputs .......................................................................................... 24
Setting of the operating mode ............................................................................................ 25
Operating states without start- and restart-disable. ........................................................... 27
Operating states with start- and restart-disable without relay monitoring (EDM) ............... 30
Operating states with start- and restart-disable and with relay monitoring (EDM) ............. 34
Fault indication and device reset ....................................................................................... 38
Technical Data ................................................................................................................... 39
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Function and Commissioning of the TNT 35/7-24V ...................................................... 41
5.1
Function characteristics of the safety system .................................................................... 41
5.2
Electrical Installation .......................................................................................................... 43
Display and Operating Instruments.................................................................................... 42
Supply wiring...................................................................................................................... 43
Sensor voltage supply........................................................................................................ 43
Start input wiring ................................................................................................................ 44
Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors..................................................... 46
Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series ...................................... 47
Wiring safety output ........................................................................................................... 48
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Wiring of the message outputs .......................................................................................... 51
Setting of the operating mode............................................................................................ 52
Operating states without start- and restart-disable. ........................................................... 54
Operating states with start- and restart-disable without relay monitoring (EDM) ............... 57
Operating states with start- and restart-disable and with relay monitoring (EDM)............. 61
Fault indication and device reset ....................................................................................... 65
Technical Data ................................................................................................................... 66
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Applications ..................................................................................................................... 69
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6.1
Example with retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensor SRK 96 .................................... 69
6.2
Example with a protective photoelectric sensor SLS 96 ... ................................................ 71
6.3
Example with a protective light barrier ECO ...................................................................... 72
6.4
Example with a protective photoelectric barrier ROBUST ................................................. 73
6.5
Example of a TNT 35 with protective photoelectric sensor SLS 96 and
EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN function............................................................................... 74
6.6
Example of a TNT 35/7-24V with a retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensor SRK 96 ... 75
6.7
Example of a TNT 35/7-24V with two retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors
SRK 96............................................................................................................................... 76
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Appendix........................................................................................................................... 77
7.1
Remaining Risks (EN 292-1) ............................................................................................. 77
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Figure 3.1: Safety distance S between photoelectric sensor and hazardous area .......................... 11
Figure 3.2: Multi-axle installation...................................................................................................... 12
Figure 3.3: Arrangement of the deflection mirrors ............................................................................ 13
Figure 3.4: Reflection bypass .......................................................................................................... 14
Figure 4.1: Installation of the complete safety system ..................................................................... 15
Figure 4.2: Display elements TNT 35 ............................................................................................... 16
Figure 4.3: Supply wiring .................................................................................................................. 17
Figure 4.4: Wiring of the start input "with start- and restart-disable" ................................................ 18
Figure 4.5: Wiring of the start input "without start- and restart-disable" ........................................... 18
Figure 4.6: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors ................................................. 19
Figure 4.7: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series .................................. 20
Figure 4.8: Wiring safety output (one-channel release circuit) ......................................................... 21
Figure 4.9: Wiring safety output (two-channel release circuit) ......................................................... 22
Figure 4.10:Wiring of the safety output with relay monitoring ........................................................... 23
Figure 4.11:Wiring of the message outputs....................................................................................... 24
Figure 4.12:Operating mode "with start- and restart-disable" ........................................................... 25
Figure 4.13:Operating mode "without start- and restart-disable" ...................................................... 26
Figure 4.14:Display of the TNT 35 in stand-by operation (4.3) ......................................................... 27
Figure 4.15:Display of the TNT 35 in safety operation (4.3).............................................................. 28
Figure 4.16:Display of the TNT 35 during a safety field interruption (4.3)......................................... 29
Figure 4.17:Display of the TNT 35 in stand-by operation (4.4) ......................................................... 30
Figure 4.18:Display of the TNT 35 in test operation (4.4) ................................................................. 31
Figure 4.19:Display of the TNT 35 in safety operation (4.4).............................................................. 32
Figure 4.20:Display of the TNT 35 during a safety field interruption (4.4)......................................... 33
Figure 4.21:Display of the TNT 35 in stand-by operation (4.5) ......................................................... 34
Figure 4.22:Display of the TNT 35 in test operation (4.5) ................................................................. 35
Figure 4.23:Display of the TNT 35 in safety operation (4.5).............................................................. 36
Figure 4.24:Display of the TNT 35 during a safety field interruption ................................................. 37
Figure 4.25:Resetting from a locked state......................................................................................... 38
Figure 5.1: Installation of the complete safety system ..................................................................... 41
Figure 5.2: Display elements TNT 35/7-24V .................................................................................... 42
Figure 5.3: Supply wiring .................................................................................................................. 43
Figure 5.4: Wiring of the start input "with start- and restart-disable" ................................................ 44
Figure 5.5: Wiring of the start input "without start- and restart-disable" ........................................... 45
Figure 5.6: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors ................................................. 46
Figure 5.7: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series .................................. 47
Figure 5.8: Wiring safety output (one-channel release circuit) ......................................................... 48
Figure 5.9: Wiring safety output (two-channel release circuit) ......................................................... 49
Figure 5.10:Wiring of the safety output with relay monitoring ........................................................... 50
Figure 5.11:Wiring of the message outputs....................................................................................... 51
Figure 5.12:Operating mode "with start- and restart-disable" ........................................................... 52
Figure 5.13:Operating mode "with start- and restart-disable" ........................................................... 53
Figure 5.14:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in stand-by operation (5.3)............................................... 54
Figure 5.15:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in safety operation (5.3) ................................................... 55
Figure 5.16:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V during a safety field interruption (5.3) .............................. 56
Figure 5.17:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in stand-by operation (5.4)............................................... 57
Figure 5.18:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in test operation (5.4)....................................................... 58
Figure 5.19:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in safety operation (5.4) ................................................... 59
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Figure 5.20:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V during a safety field interruption (5.4) .............................. 60
Figure 5.21:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in stand-by operation (5.5)............................................... 61
Figure 5.22:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in test operation (5.5)....................................................... 62
Figure 5.23:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in safety operation (5.5) ................................................... 63
Figure 5.24:Display of the TNT 35/7-24V during a safety field interruption (5.5) .............................. 64
Figure 5.25:Resetting from a locked state......................................................................................... 65
Figure 6.1: Connection diagram for connecting an SRK 96 ............................................................. 69
Figure 6.2: Connection diagram for connecting two SRK 96s.......................................................... 70
Figure 6.3: Connection diagram for a pair of SLS 96s ..................................................................... 71
Figure 6.4: Connection diagram for a pair of ECOs ......................................................................... 72
Figure 6.5: Connection diagram for connecting a ROBUST 22 ....................................................... 73
Figure 6.6: Connection diagram with a protective photoelectric sensor SLS 96 and
EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN function ........................................................................... 74
Figure 6.7: Connection diagram for connecting an SRK 96 ............................................................. 75
Figure 6.8: Connection diagram for connecting two SRK 96s.......................................................... 76
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General Information
1.1
Explanation of Symbols
General Information
The symbols used in this user information are explained below.
Attention!
This symbol appears in front of text which must be carefully observed. Failure to heed this
information can lead to injuries to personnel or damage to the equipment.
Notice!
This symbol indicates text which contains important information.
1.2
Declaration of Conformity
The TNT 35 and TNT 35/7-24V monitoring units have been developed and manufactured in accordance with the applicable European standards and directives.
Leuze electronic GmbH+Co. of D-73277 Owen/Teck, the manufacturer of the test monitoring units
TNT 35 and TNT 35/7-24V, has a certified quality assurance system in accordance with ISO 9001.
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General Information
Notice!
There are two device variations described in this User Information. The difference between
the two devices is in their supply voltage. The TNT 35 is intended for 24VDC operation. The
TNT 35/7-24V is intended for 24VAC operation. The basic remarks concerning the functioning and assembly of the safety system are valid for both device variations.
An active optoelectronic protective device is part of the electrical equipment which has to be applied
to those machines which contain the potential risk of bodily injury. They provide protection by causing
the machine to move into a safe operating state before a person can get into a dangerous situation
(EN 61496-1).
1.4
Definition of Terms
AOPD type 2
The EN 61496 describes two types of active optical electronic protective devices (AOPD) with respect
to the requirements concerning safety relevant parts of control units (EN 954-1).
The AOPD type 2 fulfills the requirements of category 2 acc. to EN 954-1. A periodic function test has
to detect malfunctions in the safety function. In case of a failure, the next machine cycle may not be
released. A malfunction of the AOPD type 2 between the testings can cause the loss of the safety
function. In normal function, at least one output switching element of the AOPD type 2 has to move
into the OFF-position if the sensor reacts or if the power supply of the AOPD is interrupted.
Contactless active protective device (BWS)
Corresponds to AOPD
Output switching element (OSSD)
The part of the AOPD which is connected to the machine control and which moves into the OFFposition as soon as the sensor part reacts during normal operation.
Start disable
An equipment which disables the automatic machine start if the power supply of the contactless active
protective device is switched on or if it had been interrupted and switched on again.
Start testing
A manual or automatic test which is performed after the contactless active protective device has been
switched on. It tests the complete safety-relevant control system before the normal machine operation
is induced.
Muting
The intentional bridging of the safety function, e.g. during material transport into the hazardous area.
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Muting sensors define between persons and transported material. If the muting sensors are activated
simultaneously or in the intended order, the safety function of the AOPD is bridged. Material can be
brought into the hazardous area without taking the machine out of operation.
Relay monitoring
The relay monitoring checks before every release of the switching outputs if the succeeding contactors are open. Only then, a new release is possible.
Restart-disable
A function which prevents an automatic restart of a machine after
• sensor detection during a potentially dangerous motion of the machine,
• a change in the operating mode of the machine and
• a change in the actuation mode of the machine.
1.5
Selection of Optical Electronic Protective Devices
The following strategy is to be applied (iterative process):
1.
2.
3.
4.
Determination of the protected area
Determination of the protective function
• Finger or hand protection
• Access protection for persons
• Presence detection
Determination of the control category
Calculation of the safety distance
Determination of the protected area
Through risk calculation, the following has to be observed:
•
•
•
•
the size of the safety field
the access points
the hazardous areas
bypassing possibilities
Determination of the protective function:
Finger and hand protection: The user is close to the hazardous area.
Access protection:
Access to the hazardous area is protected.
Presence detection:
A hazardous area which is completely surrounded by permanently
installed protective devices is monitored for presence of objects or
access protection and presence detection are combined.
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Safety Notices
2.1
Safety Standard
Safety Notices
The test monitoring units TNT 35 and TNT 35/7-24V were developed and manufactured in accordance
with current European standards and directives. All units satisfy the safety technology requirements
of category 2 according to EN 954-1 and EN 61496-1.
Intended Use
The safety switching units TNT 35 and TNT 35/7-24V are used for the protection of hazardous areas
or locations in combination with one or several protective photoelectric sensors or safety light barriers.
Attention!
The protection of personnel and the device cannot be guaranteed if the device is operated
in a manner not corresponding to its intended use.
2.2.1 Application requirements
Control of the machine or unit to be protected has to be controllable electrically. A switching signal
generated by a TNT 35 or TNT 35/7-24V has to be followed by an immediate shut-down of the dangerous movement. For application and installation of the protective photoelectric sensors or light barriers, the current European guidelines and standards and/or the safety regulations of the employers’
liability insurance association have to be observed.
Attention!
Access to or changes of the device, except where expressly described in this operating manual, is not authorised.
2.2.2 Areas of application
The test monitoring units TNT 35 and TNT 35/7-24V may be used as disconnecting safety devices for
the protection of hazardous areas on power-driven machines.
They are authorised for the following areas of application (extract):
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Edge, frame, star, and carcass presses in lumber industry acc. to prEN 691 resp. ZH 1/3.19
Printing and paper processing machines acc. to prEN 1010
Power driven windows, doors, and gates acc. to ZH 1/494
Storage equipment and devices acc. to ZH 1/482 and DIN 15185 part 2
Textile machines acc. to VBG and DIN EN ISO 11 111
Food processing equipment acc. to prEN 1672-1 resp. VBG 77
Packaging machinery acc. to prEN 415-1 to -7 resp. VBG 76
Meat processing equipment acc. to prEN 12463 resp. VBG 79
Machines of the chemical, rubber, and plastic industry acc. to VBG 22
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Organizing Measures
All entries in this operating manual must be heeded, in particular those in the sections "Safety Notices"
and "Commissioning".
Carefully store this operating manual where it is accessible at all times.
Observe the locally applicable legal regulations and the rules of the employers’ liability insurance association.
Mounting, commissioning and maintenance of the device must only be carried out by qualified personnel. Electrical work must be carried out by a certified electrician.
Adjustment and change of the safety field for the protection of persons may only be carried out by an
authorised person.
Repairs, in particular the opening of the housing, may only be carried out by the manufacturer or a
person authorised by the manufacturer.
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Mounting of the Safety System
Mounting of the Safety System
Notice!
The mounting instructions in this chapter have to be heeded for fault-free functioning of the
whole safety system.
3.1
Mounting of the Protective Photoelectric Sensor
It is absolutely mandatory that the valid guidelines and standards are observed when mounting the
protective photoelectric sensors.
A certain time delay applies between the interruption of the light beam of the protective photoelectric
sensors and the stand-still of the machine. The photoelectric sensors have to be installed in such a
way that the dangerous area cannot be reached within this time delay. The minimum distance for safeguarding the hazardous area is 850mm.
Figure 3.1: Safety distance S between photoelectric sensor and hazardous area
Calculation of the safety distance
The safety distance S between photoelectric sensor and hazardous area is calculated acc. to EN 999
using the following formula:
S = K * T+C
S
K
T
C
Safety distance between photoelectric sensor and hazardous area
Grip and approach speed
Time delay between interruption of the light beam and stand-still of the machine
Safety constant
1200mm for single-axle arrangement,
850mm for multi-axle arrangement
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Example for the calculation of the safety distance:
A machine with a system response time of 100ms has to be equipped with a two-beam safeguarding.
The response time of the two-beam AOPD and the test monitoring unit TNT 35 is 20ms.
Application of the formula: S = K * T+C
Where:
S:
K:
T:
C:
the minimum distance of the two-beam AOPD from the hazardous area
approach speed 1600mm/s (EN 999)
sum of the system response time of the machine and response time of the AOPD
850mm with multi-axle installation
this results in:
S = (1600mm/s * (100ms+20ms)) + 850mm
S = 1042 mm
3.1.1 Multi-axle installation
For the safeguarding of hazardous areas, the level of desired protection and the number of light
beams are determined in EN 999 or through a risk analysis acc. to EN 954-1.
With multi-axle installation, parallel light beams always have to run in opposite directions. Otherwise
the light beams can cause mutual interference and disturb proper functioning.
Depending on the number of photoelectric sensor pairs, the single systems have to be mounted at
different heights acc. to EN 999. The number of needed systems results from the corresponding type
C standard or risk evaluation.
T
R
R
T
T
R
Figure 3.2: Multi-axle installation
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Deflection mirrors
A number of important factors have to be observed when using deflection mirrors:
Installation
• With any light beam deflection, a loss of operating range occurs. Per deflection mirror, the loss is
approx. 15%.
• Contamination of the deflection mirrors should be avoided.
• Environmental conditions such as steams and dust-containing air heavily limit the operating range.
• When installing deflection mirrors, the optical axis of the photoelectric sensor must be centered to
the mirror.
• A laser alignment aid made by Leuze, e.g. ARH 2 facilitates alignment over large distances.
Figure 3.3: Arrangement of the deflection mirrors
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Reflection bypass
Surfaces located parallel to the light beam can cause a reflection bypass. An object within the light
path is then no longer detected.
The photoelectric sensor has to be mounted with a minimum lateral distance to the reflecting surface.
This distance results from the opening angle (±4°) and the distance between transmitter and receiver.
reflecting surface
Correct arrangement
Wrong arrangement
Figure 3.4: Reflection bypass
Minimum distance to the reflecting surface
Between transmitter
receiver (b)
and
To light beam (a) approx.
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4.1
Function characteristics of the safety system
The complete safety system consists of a TNT 35 and accompanying protective photoelectric sensors
or light barriers.
The operating mode is selected using a jumper between:
terminal 22 & 23 (with start-/restart-disable)
or
terminal 23 & 24 (without start-/restart-disable)
Receiver
The device is shipped from the factory with the jumper
set between terminal 22 and 23
(with start-/restart-disable function)
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Operation without start-/
and restart-disable
Transmitter
Active
EDM (relay monitoring, feedback circuit)
Reset
Start/
Active
14
15
16
21
22
23
24
13
30
31
32
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6
8
7
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Safety output 2
Safety output 1
Emergency
shut-down
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
GND
+24V
Figure 4.1: Installation of the complete safety system
After the TNT 35 is switched on via the start input, the functionality of the protective photoelectric sensors is monitored in two-second cycles.
The electrical integration into the controller has to be performed acc. to the corresponding safety category acc. to EN 954-1. The voltage free safety relay outputs can be directly used for shut-down of
the dangerous movement.
Inside the monitoring unit TNT 35, a selectable start- and restart-disable, as well as a selectable relay
monitoring input are integrated.
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4.1.1 Display and Operating Instruments
The test monitoring unit TNT 35 features integrated LEDs to indicate the state of the system.
The start- and restart-disable, as well as the relay monitoring functions are set on the TNT 35 using
the corresponding jumpers on the connection terminals.
Overview - Display Elements
LED "Sensor"
Status of the safety field state
LED "Start/Active"
Status of the start and activation input
LED "EDM"
Status of the relay monitoring
LED "OFF/ON"
Status of the safety circuit (open or closed)
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.2: Display elements TNT 35
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Electrical Installation
Attention!
The electrical installation is only to be performed by specialised personnel.
Supply and signal lines have to be installed separately from power lines during installation.
Inside the switching cabinet, suitable spark extinction has to be provided if using contactors.
When installing drive motors and brakes, the corresponding installation manuals have to be
observed.
The power supply for the TNT 35 must be equipped with a protective mains separation device according to IEC 60742.
4.2.1 Supply wiring
The test monitoring unit TNT 35 is supplied with 24VDC +/- 15%. The max. current consumption is
200mA.
The +24V supply voltage is connected to terminal 5 and the GND is connected to terminal 6.
+24V
GND
TNT 35
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.3: Supply wiring
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4.2.2 Start input wiring
The Start input (terminal 16) works both in the operating mode "with start- and restart-disable" and
"without start- and restart-disable" in different ways:
• In the operating mode with start- and restart-disable, the TNT 35 expects two signal changes
(push-button function) as switch-on signal. A failure in the start button, e.g. due to contact malfunction is safely detected by the TNT 35.
PLC
5 6 7 8
+24V
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.4: Wiring of the start input "with start- and restart-disable"
• In the operating mode without start- and restart-disable, the start input works as activation input.
As soon as a HIGH active signal is present at the start input (terminal 16) and the safety field is
free, the safety outputs are closed.
PLC
5 6 7 8
+24V
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.5: Wiring of the start input "without start- and restart-disable"
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4.2.3 Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors
The activation input of the protective photoelectric sensor can be directly connected to terminal 14 on
the TNT 35. The switching output of the receiver can be directly connected to terminal 15.
The GND potential present on terminal 6 serves as a reference potential for both signals. The supply
of the protective photoelectric sensors comes directly from the 24V power supply unit.
T
+24V
GND
R
Active
+24V
GND
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
TNT 35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.6: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors
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4.2.4 Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series
Several photoelectric sensor pairs can be connected in series with multi-axle arrangements on a machine or system. The adjacent picture shows a three-axle photoelectric sensor arrangement. It is possible to operate up to six photoelectric sensor pairs on one TNT 35.
T
+24V
GND
R
+24V
GND
Active
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
T
R
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+24V
GND
+24V
GND
Active
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
R
T
+24V
GND
Active
21 22 23 24
+24V
GND
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.7: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series
Function characteristics:
The TNT 35 (terminal 14) activates the first photoelectric sensor transmitter. The receiver is activated
via the first optical path and, by using its output, activates the second photoelectric sensor transmitter.
The supply has to provided on each photoelectric transmitter and receiver. The feedback to the TNT
35 (terminal 15) is done by the last photoelectric sensor receiver within the series connection.
Any time the light axis is interrupted, a message is issued to the TNT 35 through the series connection.
The series connection tests every transmitter and receiver for function capability while performing the
testing procedure.
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4.2.5 Wiring safety output
Integration in a one-channel release circuit without relay monitoring
Two safety relay outputs are connected in series. The release circuit can be connected to further components which are then wired to a common EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN device.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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EDM
OFF/ON
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21 22 23 24
TNT 35
29 30 31 32
Release circuit
Figure 4.8: Wiring safety output (one-channel release circuit)
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Integration in a two-channel release circuit without relay monitoring
Both safety relay outputs are integrated seperately into the release circuits. These circuits can be connected with additional components which trigger a common EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN device.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
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21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Release circuit 1
Release circuit 2
Figure 4.9: Wiring safety output (two-channel release circuit)
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Integration with relay monitoring as EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN device
The motor contactors for dangerous movement are connected to both safety relay outputs. For this
purpose, forced contactors have to be used. In the connection diagram, no fuses are included. However, for correct function fuses are absolutely required. The maximum contact load of the safety relay
outputs is 4A with 24VDC.
Control of the motor contactors happens via K1 and K2. If a contact of K1 and K2 should weld, a message is issued to the TNT 35 through the feedback circuit (EDM). A new start of the unit is possible
only after removal of the failure in the output circuit.
K1
5 6 7 8
K2
+24V
13 14 15 16
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EDM
K1
OFF/ON
K2
TNT35
M
TNT 35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
K1
+24V
K2
Figure 4.10: Wiring of the safety output with relay monitoring
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4.2.6 Wiring of the message outputs
Two message outputs are integrated in the TNT 35. Both are HIGH active, positive switching semiconductor outputs and can be either directly connected to a PLC or control a status display of a machine.
The message output "Safety on" is always active if the safety relay outputs are closed.
The message output "Error" is always active if the TNT 35 detects an error. Those errors can be internal or external.
Through linking of the status outputs in the controller, the following system states can be detected:
1.
"Safety on" active, "Error" inactive
Normal operation of the TNT 35, no error detected
2.
"Safety on" inactive, "Error" active
The TNT 35 detected a safety relevant failure which led to the switching off of the safety outputs.
Message output "Error"
Message output "Safety On"
5 6 7 8
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.11: Wiring of the message outputs
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4.2.7 Setting of the operating mode
The start- and restart-disable function is selected on the device by setting a jumper between terminals
22 and 23 or terminals 23 and 24.
Attention!
Terminals 22, 23 and 24 may only be used to for selecting the operating mode using the included short circuit jumpers.
With start- and restart-disable:
The device is shipped with a jumper between terminals 22 and 23, i.e. the start- and restart-disable is
active.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
TNT 35
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.12: Operating mode "with start- and restart-disable"
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Without start- and restart-disable:
The start- restart-disable is set to inactive by connecting a jumper between terminals 23 and 24.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.13: Operating mode "without start- and restart-disable"
Completing the setting:
After the setting has been changed, the new device setting must be saved. This is done either by triggering the Reset input (terminal 21) or by switching the suppy voltage on and off for a short time.
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Operating states without start- and restart-disable.
Stand-by operation:
The free light path is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
Activation is not used.
The safety outputs are open. This state is displayed by the red LED.
The display for the relay monitoring (EDM) is active.
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
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TNT 35
21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.14: Display of the TNT 35 in stand-by operation (4.3)
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Safety operation:
In safety operation, the function of the protective photoelectric sensor is cyclically tested every two
seconds. The free safety field is displayed by the green LED.
Activation is used (green LED). The safety output is closed which is displayed by the green LED.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start
Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.15: Display of the TNT 35 in safety operation (4.3)
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Safety field interruption:
If during safety operation the protective photoelectric sensor is interrupted or the +24V activation signal on the active input is switched off, then the safety output is opened.
After the safety field has been cleared again and the startup test has been completed successfully,
the TNT 35 automatically switches the safety relay output back on again.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start
Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
SLS
TNT 35
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.16: Display of the TNT 35 during a safety field interruption (4.3)
Notice!
The input for the relay monitoring (terminal 13) always must be wired. For operation without
the relay monitoring function, a jumper can be set between terminal 13 and terminal 14.
Connected relays can be monitored if the wiring of the input to terminal 13 is carried out according to the connection diagram "Operation with relay monitoring as EMERGENCY
SHUT-DOWN device".
Faulty wiring results in the the safety outputs not switching on. If a fault occurs, the safety
outputs switch off with a maximum delay of two seconds.
Notice!
The activation input must be wired with +24V in order for the safety inputs to switch on!
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Operating states with start- and restart-disable without relay monitoring
(EDM)
Stand-by operation:
The free light path is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The start input has not been activated.
The safety output is open. This state is displayed by the red LED "OFF/ON". The yellow LED "Start"
displays the lock of the start- and restart-disable.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.17: Display of the TNT 35 in stand-by operation (4.4)
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Test operation:
In test operation, the proper functioning of both the protective photoelectric sensor and the test monitoring unit is checked.
To induce the test operation, the start input is activated (green LED "Start").
As long as the start button is pressed, the test operation remains active.
After release of the start button, the TNT 35 changes from test operation to safety operation.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start
Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
TNT 35
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.18: Display of the TNT 35 in test operation (4.4)
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Safety operation:
In safety operation, the function of the protective photoelectric sensor is cyclically tested every two
seconds. The free safety field is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The safety outputs are closed which is displayed by the green LED "OFF/ON".
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
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21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.19: Display of the TNT 35 in safety operation (4.4)
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Safety field interruption:
The safety outputs of the TNT 35 are opened (LED "OFF/ON" on red) if during safety operation the
light beam of the protective photoelectric sensor is interrupted.
The restart-disable inside the TNT 35 becomes active and prevents an automatic restart of the machine. The yellow LED "Start" displays the function of the restart-disable.
The TNT 35 is in waiting state and can be restarted by pressing the start button after the safety field
is free.
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
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TNT 35
21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.20: Display of the TNT 35 during a safety field interruption (4.4)
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Operating states with start- and restart-disable and with relay monitoring
(EDM)
Stand-by operation:
The free light path is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The relay monitoring (EDM) is active (green LED "EDM").
The safety output is open. This state is displayed by the red LED "OFF/ON". The yellow LED "Start"
displays the lock of the start- and restart-disable.
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13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.21: Display of the TNT 35 in stand-by operation (4.5)
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Test operation:
In test operation, the proper functioning of both the protective photoelectric sensor and the test monitoring unit is checked.
To induce the test operation, the start input is activated (green LED "Start").
As long as the start button is pressed, the test operation remains active.
After release of the start button, the TNT 35 changes from test operation to safety operation.
5 6 7 8
13 14 15 16
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Start
Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
TNT 35
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.22: Display of the TNT 35 in test operation (4.5)
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Safety operation:
In safety operation, the function of the protective photoelectric sensor is cyclically tested every two
seconds. The free safety field is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The relay monitoring is inactive in safety operation (green LED "EDM" off).
The safety outputs are closed which is displayed by the green LED "OFF/ON".
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13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.23: Display of the TNT 35 in safety operation (4.5)
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Safety field interruption:
The safety outputs of the TNT 35 are opened (LED "OFF/ON" on red) if during safety operation the
light beam of the protective photoelectric sensor is interrupted.
The restart-disable inside the TNT 35 becomes active and prevents an automatic restart of the machine. The yellow LED "Start" displays the function of the restart-disable.
The TNT 35 is in waiting state and can be restarted by pressing the start button after the safety field
is free.
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13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
TNT 35
21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.24: Display of the TNT 35 during a safety field interruption
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Fault indication and device reset
Faults of the test monitoring unit TNT 35 are indicated by the blinking of the red "ON/OFF" LED. The
possible faults are:
Fault in the operating mode selection:
The selected operating mode of the device at startup (with/without start- and restart-disable) changed
during operation. The jumper (terminal 22 to terminal 23 or terminal 23 to terminal 24) should be
checked that it is set to the desired operating mode.
Fault in the relay monitoring:
A fault in the wiring or soldered safety contacts was detected by the TNT 35. The wiring and connected
contacts should be checked.
Internal device failures:
Equipment faults that are caused by an internal defect result in the unit going into locked state.
Resetting from a locked state:
Resetting from a locked state is carried out by disconnecting the supply voltage for a short time or by
applying a reset signal (+24V potential) to the reset input (terminal 21).
The LED will stop blinking after the fault has been eliminated and the device reset from the locked
state.
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EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35
21 22 23 24
+24V
29 30 31 32
Figure 4.25: Resetting from a locked state
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Technical Data
Electrical data
Operating voltage Ub
Residual ripple
Current consumption
Response time
Delay before start-up
24VDC +/-15%
< 15%
approx. 200 mA
< 20ms
approx. 2s
Sensors
Transmitter activation
PNP (HIGH active)
potential free optical coupler input,
input current approx. 10mA
Receiver input
In- and outputs
Reset input
Relay monitoring (EDM)
Message output Safety on
Message output Error
Safety output
Safeguarding
Overvoltage category
Environmental data
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
-20°C - +60°C
-30°C - +70°C
IP 40 (only for application in electrical operating rooms /
switching cabinet with minimum protection class IP 54
is suitable)
Protection class
Impact resistance / Vibration resistance
EMB/EMV
Contact protection
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input current approx. 10mA
potential free optical coupler input (High active)
input current approx. 10mA
potential free optical coupler input (High active)
input current approx. 10mA
PNP transistor output, 100mA
short circuit- and polarity reversal protection
PNP transistor output, 100mA
short circuit- and polarity reversal protection
voltage free make-contact
max. current load 4A
externally with max. 4A slow blow
2 for rating voltage 300VAC
according to VDE 0110 part 1
TNT 35
Start input
acc. to EN 61496-1
acc. to VBG 4 and VDE 0106 part 100
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Mechanical data
Housing
Connection
Mounting
Weight
Dimensions (WxHxD)
40
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Polyamide PA 6.6 / grey
Screw terminals,
connection cross-section 0.2 - 2.5 mm
snap-on mounting for standard rail
according to EN 50022
approx. 200g
45 mm x 100 mm x 115 mm
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5.1
Function characteristics of the safety system
The TNT 35/7-24V has been designed for mounting on a standard rail in a suitable switching cabinet.
The complete safety system consists of a TNT 35/7-24V and accompanying protective photoelectric
sensors or light barriers.
The operating mode is selected using a jumper between:
terminal 22 & 23 (with start-/restart-disable)
or
terminal 23 & 24 (without start-/restart-disable)
Active
Reset
The device is shipped from the factory with the jumper
set between terminal 23 and 24
(without start-/restart-disable function)
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Operation without start-/
and restart-disable
Receiver
Transmitter
EDM (relay monitoring, feedback circuit)
Start/
Active
5
10
2
20
6
1
9
19
14
15
16
21
22
23
24
13
4
12
30
31
32
3
11
17
18
8
7
29
}
}
Safety output 2
Safety output 1
Emergency
shut-down
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
24VAC
Figure 5.1: Installation of the complete safety system
After the TNT 35/7-24V is switched on via the start input, the functionality of the protective photoelectric sensors is monitored in two-second cycles.
The electrical integration into the control has to be performed acc. to the corresponding safety category acc. to EN 954-1. The voltage free safety relay outputs can be directly used for shut-down of the
dangerous movement.
Inside the Test Monitoring unit TNT 35/7-24V, a selectable start- and restart-disable, as well as a
selectable relay monitoring input are integrated.
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5.1.1 Display and Operating Instruments
The test monitoring unit TNT 35/7-24V features integrated LEDs to indicate the state of the system.
The start- and restart-disable, as well as the relay monitoring functions are set on the TNT 35/7-24
using the corresponding jumpers on the connection terminals.
Overview - Display Elements
LED "Sensor"
Status of the safety field state
LED "Start/Active"
Status of the start and activation input
LED "EDM"
Status of the relay monitoring
LED "OFF/ON"
Status of the safety circuit (open or closed)
1 2 3 4
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13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.2: Display elements TNT 35/7-24V
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5.2
Electrical Installation
Attention!
The electrical installation is only to be performed by specialised personnel.
Supply and signal lines have to be installed separately from power lines during installation.
Inside the switching cabinet, suitable spark extinction has to be provided if using contactors.
In connection with driving motors and breaks, the corresponding manuals have to be observed.
The power supply for the TNT 35/7-24V must be equipped with a protective mains separation device according to IEC 60742.
5.2.1 Supply wiring
The test monitoring unit TNT 35/7-24V is supplied with 24VAC -10/+15%. Current consumption is
max. 200mA (without safety sensors). The supply voltage 24VAC is connected to terminals 1 and 9.
5.2.2 Sensor voltage supply
The built-in power suppy of the TNT 35/7-24V also supplies the connected safety sensors. A supply
voltage of +24VDC is available at terminals 5, 10 and 11. The corresponding GND potential is available on terminals 2, 3 and 6. The maximum current consumption of the safety sensors may not exceed
200mA.
24VAC
GND for the
supply of the
sensors
+24V GND
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
TNT 35/7-24V
+24V for the
supply of the
sensors
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.3: Supply wiring
Attention!
The supply voltage may only be used for the connected safety sensors and the corresponding start and reset signals. Connecting additional components can damage the device!
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5.2.3 Start input wiring
The Start input (terminal 16) works both in the operating mode "with start- and restart-disable" and
"without start- and restart-disable" in different ways:
• In the operating mode with start- and restart-disable, the TNT 35/7-24V expects two signal
changes (push-button function) as switch-on signal. A failure in the start button, e.g. due to contact
malfunction is safely detected by the TNT 35/7-24V.
A 24V suppy terminal (e.g. terminals 5, 10 or 11) can be used for the start signal.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.4: Wiring of the start input "with start- and restart-disable"
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• In the operating mode without start- and restart-disable, the start input works as activation input.
As soon as a HIGH active signal is present at the start input (terminal 16) and the safety field is
free, the safety outputs are closed.
A 24V suppy terminal (e.g. terminals 5, 10 or 11) can be used for the activation signal.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
TNT 35/7-24V
Figure 5.5: Wiring of the start input "without start- and restart-disable"
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5.2.4 Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors
The activation input of the protective photoelectric sensor can be directly connected to terminal 14 on
the TNT 35/7-24V.
The switching output of the receiver can be directly connected to terminal 15.
The +24V supply for the safety sensors is taken from the supply terminals 5, 10 and 11, the GND reference potential is taken from terminals 2, 3 and 6.
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GND
R
Active
GND
+24V
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
+24V
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.6: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors
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5.2.5 Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series
Several photoelectric sensor pairs can be connected to the TNT 35/7-24 in series with multi-axle arrangements on a machine or system. The adjacent picture shows a three-axle photoelectric sensor
arrangement. It is possible to operate up to three photoelectric sensor pairs on one TNT 35/7-24V.
T
+24V
GND
R
+24V
GND
Active
T
+24V
GND
R
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
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GND
Active
1 2 3 4
Sensor
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
T
TNT35/7-24V
R
17 18 19 20
+24V
GND
Active
21 22 23 24
+24V
GND
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.7: Wiring of single-beam protective photoelectric sensors in series
The TNT 35/7-24V (terminal 14) activates the first photoelectric sensor transmitter. The receiver is activated via the first optical path and, by using its output, activates the second photoelectric sensor
transmitter. The supply has to provided on each photoelectric transmitter and receiver. The feedback
to the TNT 35/7-24V (terminal 15) is done by the last photoelectric sensor receiver within the series
connection.
Any time the light axis is interrupted, a message is issued to the TNT 35/7-24V through the series connection.
The series connection tests every transmitter and receiver for function capability while performing the
testing procedure.
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5.2.6 Wiring safety output
Integration in a one-channel release circuit without relay monitoring
Two safety relay outputs are connected in series. The release circuit can be connected to further components which are then wired to a common EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN device.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Release circuit
Figure 5.8: Wiring safety output (one-channel release circuit)
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Integration in a two-channel release circuit without relay monitoring
Both safety relay outputs are integrated seperately into the release circuits. These circuits can be connected with additional components which trigger a common EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN device.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Release circuit 1
Release circuit 2
TNT 35/7-24V
Figure 5.9: Wiring safety output (two-channel release circuit)
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Integration with relay monitoring as EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN device
The motor contactors for dangerous movement are connected to both safety relay outputs. For this
purpose, forced contactors have to be used. In the connection diagram, no fuses are included. However, for correct function fuses are absolutely required. The maximum contact load of the safety relay
outputs is 4A with 24VDC.
The suply of the relay monitoring (EDM) is made from the supply terminals 5, 10 or 11.
Control of the motor contactors happens via K1 and K2. If a contact of K1 and K2 should fuse together,
a message is issued to the TNT 35/7-24V through the feedback circuit (EDM). A new start of the unit
is possible only after removal of the failure in the output circuit.
K2
K1
+24V from terminal
5, 10 or 11
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
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EDM
K1
OFF/ON
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K2
17 18 19 20
M
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
K1
+24V
K2
Figure 5.10: Wiring of the safety output with relay monitoring
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5.2.7 Wiring of the message outputs
Two message outputs are integrated in the TNT 35/7-24V. Both are high-active, positive switching
semiconductor outputs and can be connected to potential free inputs of an SPS. This requires connection to the GND potential of terminal 2, 3 or 6 as reference.
Attention!
The reference potential on terminals 2, 3 and 6 may not be connected with the GND potential
of the machine or the controller.
A faulty connection can damage the device!
The Message output "Safety" is a potential free relay output. The relay actuation input is at terminal
17. The make-contact (terminal 18) is always active when the safety outputs are closed. The breakcontact (terminal 19) is active if the safety outputs are open.
The message output "Error" is always active if the TNT 35/7-24V detects an error. Those errors can
be internal or external.
Message output "Error"
Message output "Safety On"
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start/Active
TNT 35/7-24V
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
Message output "Safety"
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
Switch-over
Make-contact
Break-contact
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.11: Wiring of the message outputs
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5.2.8 Setting of the operating mode
The start- and restart-disable function is selected on the device by setting a jumper between terminals
22 and 23 or terminals 23 and 24.
Attention!
Terminals 22, 23 and 24 may only be used to for selecting the operating mode using the included short circuit jumpers.
With start- and restart-disable:
The device is shipped with a jumper between terminals 22 and 23, i.e. the start- and restart-disable is
active.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.12: Operating mode "with start- and restart-disable"
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Without start- and restart-disable:
The start- and restart-disable is set to inactive by connecting a jumper between terminals 23 and 24.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
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EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.13: Operating mode "with start- and restart-disable"
Completing the setting:
TNT 35/7-24V
After the setting has been changed, the new device setting must be saved. This is done either by triggering the Reset input (terminal 21) or by switching the suppy voltage on and off for a short time.
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Operating states without start- and restart-disable.
Stand-by operation:
The free light path is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
Activation is not used. The safety outputs are open. This state is displayed by the red LED.
The display for the relay monitoring (EDM) is active.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.14: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in stand-by operation (5.3)
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Safety operation:
In safety operation, the function of the protective photoelectric sensor is cyclically tested every two
seconds. The free safety field is displayed by the green LED.
Activation is used (green LED). The safety output is closed which is displayed by the green LED.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
TNT 35/7-24V
Figure 5.15: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in safety operation (5.3)
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Safety field interruption:
If during safety operation the protective photoelectric sensor is interrupted or the +24V activation signal on the active input is switched off, then the safety output is opened.
After the safety field has been cleared again and the startup test has been completed successfully,
the TNT 35/7-24V automatically switches the safety relay output back on again.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start
Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.16: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V during a safety field interruption (5.3)
Notice!
The input for the relay monitoring (terminal 13) always must be wired. For operation without
the relay monitoring function, a jumper can be set between terminal 13 and terminal 14.
Connected relays can be monitored if the wiring of the input to terminal 13 is carried out according to the connection diagram "Operation with relay monitoring as EMERGENCY
SHUT-DOWN device".
Faulty wiring results in the safety outputs not switching on. If a fault occurs, the safety outputs switch off with a maximum delay of two seconds.
Notice!
The activation input must be wired with +24V in order for the safety inputs to switch on!
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Operating states with start- and restart-disable without relay monitoring
(EDM)
Stand-by operation:
The free light path is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The start input has not been activated.
The safety output is open. This state is displayed by the red LED "OFF/ON". The yellow LED "Start"
displays the lock of the start- and restart-disable.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
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Figure 5.17: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in stand-by operation (5.4)
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Test operation:
In test operation, the proper functioning of both the protective photoelectric sensor and the test monitoring unit is checked.
To induce the test operation, the start input is activated (green LED "Start").
As long as the start button is pressed, the test operation remains active.
After release of the start button, the TNT 35/7-24V changes from test operation to safety operation.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start
Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.18: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in test operation (5.4)
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Safety operation:
In safety operation, the function of the protective photoelectric sensor is cyclically tested every two
seconds. The free safety field is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The safety outputs are closed which is displayed by the green LED "OFF/ON".
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5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
TNT 35/7-24V
Figure 5.19: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in safety operation (5.4)
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Safety field interruption:
The safety outputs of the TNT 35/7-24V are opened (LED "OFF/ON" on red) if during safety operation
the light beam of the protective photo electric sensor is interrupted.
The restart-disable inside the TNT 35/7-24V becomes active and prevents an automatic restart of the
machine. The yellow LED "Start" displays the function of the restart-disable.
The TNT 35/7-24V is in waiting state and can be restarted by pressing the start button after the safety
field is free.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.20: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V during a safety field interruption (5.4)
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5.5
Operating states with start- and restart-disable and with relay monitoring
(EDM)
Stand-by operation:
The free light path is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The relay monitoring (EDM) is active (green LED "EDM").
The safety output is open. This state is displayed by the red LED "OFF/ON". The yellow LED "Start"
displays the lock of the start- and restart-disable.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
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Figure 5.21: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in stand-by operation (5.5)
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Test operation:
In test operation, the proper functioning of both the protective photoelectric sensor and the test monitoring unit is checked.
To induce the test operation, the start input is activated (green LED "Start").
As long as the start button is pressed, the test operation remains active.
After release of the start button, the TNT 35/7-24V changes from test operation to safety operation.
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5 6 7 8
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Start
Activation
Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.22: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in test operation (5.5)
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Safety operation:
In safety operation, the function of the protective photoelectric sensor is cyclically tested every two
seconds. The free safety field is displayed by the green LED "Sensor".
The relay monitoring is inactive in safety operation (green LED "EDM" off).
The safety outputs are closed which is displayed by the green LED "OFF/ON".
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5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
TNT 35/7-24V
Figure 5.23: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V in safety operation (5.5)
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Safety field interruption:
The safety outputs of the TNT 35/7-24V are opened (LED "OFF/ON" on red) if during safety operation
the light beam of the protective photo electric sensor is interrupted.
The restart-disable inside the TNT 35/7-24V becomes active and prevents an automatic restart of the
machine. The yellow LED "Start" displays the function of the restart-disable.
The TNT 35/7-24V is in waiting state and can be restarted by pressing the start button after the safety
field is free.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
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Start/Active
Start
Activation
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
SLS
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.24: Display of the TNT 35/7-24V during a safety field interruption (5.5)
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5.6
Fault indication and device reset
Faults of the test monitoring unit TNT 35/7-24 are indicated by the blinking of the red "ON/OFF" LED.
The possible faults are:
Fault in the operating mode selection:
The selected operating mode of the device at startup (with/without start- and restart-disable) changed
during operation. The jumper (terminal 22 to terminal 23 or terminal 23 to terminal 24) should be
checked that it is set to the desired operating mode.
Fault in the relay monitoring:
A fault in the wiring or soldered safety contacts was detected by the TNT 35/7-24. The wiring and connected contacts should be checked.
Internal device failures:
Equipment faults that are caused by an internal defect result in the unit going into locked state.
Resetting from a locked state:
Resetting from a locked state is carried out by disconnecting the supply voltage for a short time or by
applying a reset signal (+24V potential) to the reset input (terminal 21). The +24V potential for the reset signal can be taken from terminals 5, 10 or 11.
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
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The LED will stop blinking after the fault has been eliminated and the device reset from the locked
state.
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Start/Active
EDM
OFF/ON
TNT35/7-24V
17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24
29 30 31 32
Figure 5.25: Resetting from a locked state
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Technical Data
Electrical data
Operating voltage Ub
Frequency
Current consumption
Response time
Delay before start-up
24VAC +15% / -10%
50Hz / 60Hz
approx. 200 mA
< 20ms
approx. 2s
Sensors
Transmitter activation
PNP (HIGH active)
potential free optical coupler input,
input current approx. 10mA
24 VDC, max. 200mA
Receiver input
Sensor voltage supply
In- and outputs
Start input
Reset input
Relay monitoring (EDM)
Message output "Safety on"
Message output "Safety"
Message output "Error"
Safety output
Safeguarding
Overvoltage category
Environmental data
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
-20°C - +60°C
-30°C - +70°C
IP 40 (only for application in electrical operating rooms /
switching cabinet with minimum protection class IP 54
is suitable)
Protection class
Impact resistance / Vibration resistance
EMB/EMV
Contact protection
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potential free optical coupler input (High active)
input current approx. 10mA
potential free optical coupler input (High active)
input current approx. 10mA
potential free optical coupler input (High active)
input current approx. 10mA
PNP transistor output, 100mA
short circuit- and polarity reversal protection
potential free relay contacts
make-contact /break-contact combination
max. current load 4A at 24VDC
PNP transistor output, 100mA
short circuit- and polarity reversal protection
voltage free make-contact
max. current load 4A
externally with max. 4A slow blow
2 for rating voltage 300VAC
according to VDE 0110 part 1
acc. to EN 61496-1
acc. to VBG 4 and VDE 0106 part 100
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Mechanical data
Housing
Connection
Mounting
TNT 35/7-24V
Weight
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Polyamide PA 6.6 / grey
Screw terminals,
connection cross-section 0.2 - 2.5 mm
snap-on mounting for standard rail
according to EN 50022
approx. 300g
45 mm x 100 mm x 115 mm
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Applications
Applications
In the following section, a number of examples of applications are given, which illustrate the wide application areas of the TNT 35 and TNT 35/7-24V.
6.1
Example with retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensor SRK 96
Up to three SRK 96 retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors can be connected in series directly to
the TNT 35. The supply of the retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors comes directly from the
power supply of the installation/machine. Test monitoring of the photoelectric sensors is carried out
by the TNT 35.
The operating mode is selected using a jumper between:
terminal 22 & 23 (with start-/restart-disable)
or
terminal 23 & 24 (without start-/restart-disable)
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Operation without start-/
and restart-disable
Retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensor
Active
EDM (relay monitoring, feedback circuit)
Reset
Start/
Active
14
15
16
5
6
8
21
22
23
24
13
31
32
TNT 35
7
29
30
}
}
Safety output 2
Safety output 1
Emergency
shut-down
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
GND
Applications
+24V
Figure 6.1: Connection diagram for connecting an SRK 96
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The operating mode is selected using a jumper between:
terminal 22 & 23 (with start-/restart-disable)
or
terminal 23 & 24 (without start-/restart-disable)
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Operation without start-/
and restart-disable
Retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors
Active
Active
EDM (relay monitoring, feedback circuit)
Reset
Start/
Active
14
15
16
21
22
23
24
13
30
31
32
TNT 35
5
6
8
7
29
}
}
Safety output 2
Emergency
shut-down
Safety output 1
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
GND
+24V
Figure 6.2: Connection diagram for connecting two SRK 96s
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Applications
Example with a protective photoelectric sensor SLS 96 ...
Up to six pairs of SLS 96 protective photoelectric sensors can be connected in series directly to the
TNT 35. The supply of the protective photoelectric sensors comes directly from the power supply of
the installation/machine. Test monitoring of the photoelectric sensors is carried out by the TNT 35.
The operating mode is selected using a jumper between:
terminal 22 & 23 (with start-/restart-disable)
or
terminal 23 & 24 (without start-/restart-disable)
Receiver
Transmitter
Active
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Operation without start-/
and restart-disable
Protective photo electric sensors
EDM (relay monitoring, feedback circuit)
Reset
Start/
Active
14
15
16
5
6
8
21
22
23
24
13
31
32
TNT 35
7
29
30
}
}
Safety output 2
Safety output 1
Emergency
shut-down
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
GND
+24V
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Figure 6.3: Connection diagram for a pair of SLS 96s
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6.3
Example with a protective light barrier ECO
Up to three pairs of protective photoelectric barriers of type ECO can be connected in series directly
to the TNT 35. The supply of the protective photoelectric barriers comes directly from the power supply
of the installation/machine. Test monitoring of the photoelectric barriers is carried out by the TNT 35.
Safety light barrier
Receiver
Test input
(PIN 4)
The operating mode is selected using a jumper between:
terminal 22 & 23 (with start-/restart-disable)
or
terminal 23 & 24 (without start-/restart-disable)
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Operation without start-/
and restart-disable
Transmitter
Switching
output
(PIN 4)
EDM (relay monitoring, feedback circuit)
Reset
Start/
Active
14
15
16
5
6
8
21
22
23
24
13
31
32
TNT 35
7
29
30
}
}
Safety output 2
Emergency
shut-down
Safety output 1
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
GND
+24V
Figure 6.4: Connection diagram for a pair of ECOs
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6.4
Applications
Example with a protective photoelectric barrier ROBUST
Up to six pairs of ROBUST 22 protective photoelectric barriers or up to two pairs of ROBUST 23 protective photoelectric barriers can be connected in series directly to the TNT 35. The supply of the protective photoelectric barriers comes directly from the power supply of the installation/machine. Test
monitoring of the photoelectric barriers is carried out by the TNT 35.
Safety light barrier
PM2
The operating mode is selected using a jumper between:
terminal 22 & 23 (with start-/restart-disable)
or
terminal 23 & 24 (without start-/restart-disable)
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Operation without start-/
and restart-disable
ROBUST 22
Switching
output
Active
EDM (relay monitoring, feedback circuit)
Reset
Start/
Active
14
15
16
21
22
23
24
13
31
32
TNT 35
5
6
8
7
29
30
}
}
Safety output 2
Safety output 1
Emergency
shut-down
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
GND
+24V
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Figure 6.5: Connection diagram for connecting a ROBUST 22
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6.5
Example of a TNT 35 with protective photoelectric sensor SLS 96 and EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN function
In certain situations (with simple machines), the TNT 35 can also function as a EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN module. Up to six pairs of SLS 96 protective photoelectric sensors can be connected in series
directly to the TNT 35. The supply of the protective photoelectric sensors comes directly from the power supply of the installation/machine. Test monitoring of the photoelectric sensors is carried out by the
TNT 35. The EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN button(s) can be wired into the voltage supply of the TNT
35. If an EMERGENCY SHUT-DOWN situation occurs, the TNT 35 will be disconnected from its voltage supply, resulting in the outputs switching off. The dangerous motion will be stopped.
Protective photo electric sensors
+24V
Receiver
K1
Operation with start-/
and restart-disable
Transmitter
Active
K1
K1 + K2 = Forced contactors that switch off
the dangerous motion
K2
K2
M
Reset
(optional)
Start
button
14
15
16
21
22
23
24
13
TNT 35
5
GND
EMERGENCY
SHUT-DOWN
button
6
8
7
29
30
+24V
+24V
31
K1
32
K2
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
+24V
Figure 6.6: Connection diagram with a protective photoelectric sensor SLS 96 and EMERGENCY
SHUT-DOWN function
Attention!
The maximum fall-delay time of the relay can be up to 130ms! This time must be included in
the calculation of the safety distances!
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Applications
Example of a TNT 35/7-24V with a retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensor
SRK 96
Up to three SRK 96 retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors can be connected in series directly to
the TNT 35/7-24V. The supply of the retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors comes directly from
the TNT 35/7-24V.
Test monitoring of the photoelectric sensors is carried out by the TNT 35/7-24.
+
Active
Output
SRK1
Selecting the operating mode:
without start- and restart-disable
Release circuit 1
Emergency
shut-down
Release circuit 2
10
2
14
12
1
9
22
20
11
3
4
15
23
24
29
30
31
32
19
17
18
8
7
TNT 35/7-24V
21
5
16
13
6
Reference potential:
24VDC
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
24VAC
Activation TNT 35
Message output Make-contact
Message output Break-contact
Figure 6.7: Connection diagram for connecting an SRK 96
Applications
Attention!
In the above example, the start- and restart-disable function is deactivated. The start- and
restart-disable function must be activated or deactivated depending on the application.
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6.7
Example of a TNT 35/7-24V with two retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors SRK 96
Up to three SRK 96 retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors can be connected in series directly to
the TNT 35/7-24V. The supply of the retro-reflective photoelectric safety sensors comes directly from
the TNT 35/7-24V.
Test monitoring of the photoelectric sensors is carried out by the TNT 35/7-24.
+
Active
Output
+
SRK2
Active
Output
SRK1
Selecting the operating mode:
without start- and restart-disable
Release circuit 1
Emergency
shut-down
Release circuit 2
10
2
14
12
1
9
22
20
11
3
4
15
23
24
29
30
31
32
19
17
18
8
7
TNT 35/7-24V
21
5
16
13
6
Reference potential:
24VDC
Message output "Safety On"
Message output "Error"
24VAC
Activation TNT 35
Message output Make-contact
Message output Break-contact
Figure 6.8: Connection diagram for connecting two SRK 96s
Attention!
In the above example, the start- and restart-disable function is deactivated. The start- and
restart-disable function must be activated or deactivated depending on the application.
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Appendix
7.1
Remaining Risks (EN 292-1)
Appendix
The circuit proposals as shown in this manual have been tested and checked with the highest possible
care. The current standards and guidelines are fulfilled if using the shown components and the corresponding wiring. Remaining risks are present if:
Appendix
• the proposed circuit concept is changed and the connected safety-relevant components or protective devices are possibly not or insufficiently included in the safety circuit.
• the user did not comply with the current safety regulations for operation, adjustment and maintenance of the machine. Strict compliance with the intervals for checking and maintenance of the
machine is mandatory.
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