Technical description
EN 2015/05 50128684
We reserve the right to
make technical changes
CSL 710
Switching light curtain
Original operating instructions
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
In der Braike 1
D-73277 Owen / Germany
Phone: +49 7021 573-0
Fax: +49 7021 573-199
http://www.leuze.com
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About this document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.1
Used symbols and signal words . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.2
Terms and abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.1
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.2
Foreseeable misuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.3
Competent persons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.4
Exemption of liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Device description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.1
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General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.2
General performance characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.3
Connection system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
Display elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation indicators on the receiver control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display on the receiver control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating indicators on the transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5
Operating elements on the receiver control panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.6
Menu structure of the receiver control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.7
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.7.3
3.7.4
3.7.5
Menu navigation on the receiver control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meaning of the display icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Level display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing value parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing selection parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
Beam modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parallel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagonal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Crossed-beam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.2
Blanking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.3
Power-Up Teach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.4
Smoothing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
4.5
External triggering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
Block evaluation of beam areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining beam area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Autosplitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mapping beam area to switching output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Teach height area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.7 Switching outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4.7.1 Light/dark switching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
4.7.2 Time functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
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Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
5.1
5.2
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Interference suppression (filter depth). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Projection monitoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Object counting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
5.3
Height monitoring and sorting of packets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
5.4
Hole recognition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Mounting and installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
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6.1
Mounting the light curtain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
6.2
Definition of directions of movement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
6.3
Fastening via sliding blocks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
6.4
Fastening via swivel mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
6.5
Fastening via swiveling mounting brackets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
7.1 Shielding and line lengths . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
7.1.1 Shielding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
7.1.2 Cable lengths for shielded cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
7.2
Connection and interconnection cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
7.3
Device connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
7.4
Digital inputs/outputs on connection X1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
7.5 Electrical connection – CSL 710 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
7.5.1 X1 pin assignment – CSL 710 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
7.5.2 X2/X3 pin assignment – CSL 710 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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Electrical supply. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Starting up the device - Basic configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
8.1
Aligning transmitter and receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
8.2 Teaching the environmental conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
8.2.1 Teach via receiver control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
8.2.2 Teaching via a control signal from the control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
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Check alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
8.4
Setting the function reserve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
8.5
8.5.1
8.5.2
8.5.3
8.5.4
8.5.5
8.5.6
8.5.7
Extended configurations on the receiver control panel menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Define digital inputs/outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inversion of the switching behavior (light/dark switching) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining the filter depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defining the display properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset to factory settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Starting up the CSL 710 with IO-Link interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
9.1
Defining IO-Link configurations on the receiver control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
9.2
Defining configurations via the IO-Link master module of the PLC-specific software . . . . 56
9.3
Parameter/process data for IO-Link . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Example configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
10.1 Example configuration - Mapping of beams 1 … 32 to output pin 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
10.1.1Configuration of area/output mapping (general) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
10.2 Example configuration– Teach height area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
10.3 Example configuration - Activating and deactivating blanking areas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
10.3.1Configuration of blanking areas (general) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
10.4 Example configuration – smoothing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
10.4.1Smoothing configuration (general) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
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Connecting to a PC – Sensor Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
11.1 System requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
11.2 Installing Sensor Studio configuration software and IO-Link USB master. . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
11.2.1Installing the Sensor Studio FDT frame. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
11.2.2Installing drivers for IO-Link USB master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
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11.2.3Connecting IO-Link USB master to the PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
11.2.4Connect the IO-Link USB master to the light curtain. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
11.2.5Installing the DTM and IODD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
11.3 Starting the Sensor Studio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
11.4 Short description of the Sensor Studio configuration software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.4.1FDT frame menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.4.2 IDENTIFICATION function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.4.3 CONFIGURATION function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.4.4 PROCESS function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.4.5 DIAGNOSIS function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.4.6Exiting Sensor Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
12.1 What to do in case of error? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
12.2 Operating displays of the LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
12.3 Error codes in the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
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Care, maintenance and disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
13.1 Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
13.2 Servicing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
13.2.1Firmware update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
13.3 Disposing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
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Service and support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
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Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
15.1 General specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
15.2 Timing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
15.3 Minimum object diameter for stationary objects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
15.4 Dimensional drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
15.5 Dimensional drawings: Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
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Ordering information and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
16.1 Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
16.2 Accessories – CSL 710 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
16.2.1Connection to the switch cabinet (screw terminals) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
16.2.2Connection to IO-Link master . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
16.3 Accessories - fastening technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
16.4 Accessories – PC connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
16.5 Scope of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
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About this document
These original operating instructions contain information regarding the proper use of the CSL 710
switching light curtain series. It is included in the delivery contents.
1.1
Used symbols and signal words
Table 1.1:
Warning symbols, signal words and symbols
Pay attention to passages marked with this symbol. Failure to observe the provided instructions could lead to personal injury or damage to equipment.
NOTICE
Signal word for property damage
Indicates dangers that may result in property damage if the measures for danger avoidance are not followed.
Symbol for tips
Text passages with this symbol provide you with further information.
Symbols for action steps
Text passages with this symbol instruct you to perform actions.
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Table 1.2:
1.2
Operating on the display
Main Settings
Bold text
Indicates that this field is currently selected and appears highlighted in
the receiver display.
Digital IOs
Normal text
Indicates that this field is not currently selected (is not highlighted in the
receiver display).
Terms and abbreviations
Table 1.3:
Terms and abbreviations
DTM (Device Type Manager)
Software device manager of the sensor
IO
Input Output
FB (First Beam)
First beam
FDT (Field Device Tool)
Software frame for management of device managers (DTM)
LB (Last Beam)
Last beam
TIB (Total Interrupted Beams)
Number of all interrupted beams
n
Number of all logical beams of a light curtain; dependent on the
selected measurement field length and resolution as well as the
beam mode (parallel- / diagonal- / crossed-beam scanning)
IODD
IO Device Description (IODD file for IO-Link interface)
GUI (Graphical User Interface)
PLC
Programmable Logic Control
Response time per beam
Length of time for the evaluation of a beam
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Resolution
The minimum size of an object that can be reliably detected.
With parallel-beam evaluation, the smallest object to be
detected corresponds to the sum of beam spacing and optic
diameter.
Delay before start-up
Duration between the switching on of the supply voltage and
the start of operational readiness of the light curtain
Function reserve (sensitivity adjustment)
Ratio of the optical reception power set during the teach event
and the minimum light quantity required to switch the individual
beam. This compensates for the light attenuation caused by
dirt, dust, smoke, humidity and vapor.
High function reserve = low sensitivity
Low function reserve = high sensitivity
Meas. field length
Optical detection range between the first and last beam
Beam spacing
Center-to-center spacing between two beams
Cycle time
Sum of the response times of all beams of a light curtain plus
the duration of the internal evaluation.
Cycle time =
number of beams x response time per beam + evaluation time
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Safety
This sensor was developed, manufactured and tested in line with the applicable safety standards. It corresponds to the state of the art.
2.1
Intended use
The device is designed as a switching and object-detecting, configurable, multi-sensor unit.
Areas of application
The switching light curtain is designed for the detection of objects for the following areas of application in
handling and warehousing systems, the packaging industry or a comparable environment:
• Object detection
• Projection monitoring
• Height monitoring or packet sorting
• Area monitoring
• Hole recognition
CAUTION
Observe intended use!
 Only operate the device in accordance with its intended use.
The protection of personnel and the device cannot be guaranteed if the device is operated in a manner
not complying with its intended use.
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG is not liable for damages caused by improper use.
 Read the original operating instructions before commissioning the device.
Knowledge of the original operating instructions is an element of proper use.
NOTICE
Comply with conditions and regulations!
 Observe the locally applicable legal regulations and the rules of the employer's liability insurance association.
2.2
Foreseeable misuse
Any use other than that defined under “Intended use” or which goes beyond that use is considered
improper use.
In particular, use of the device is not permitted in the following cases:
• Rooms with explosive atmospheres
• Circuits relevant to safety
• Operation for medical purposes
NOTICE
Do not modify or otherwise interfere with the device!
 Do not carry out modifications or otherwise interfere with the device.
The device must not be tampered with and must not be changed in any way.
The device must not be opened. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Repairs must only be performed by Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG.
2.3
Competent persons
Connection, mounting, commissioning and adjustment of the device must only be carried out by competent
persons.
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Prerequisites for competent persons:
• They have a suitable technical education.
• They are familiar with the rules and regulations for occupational safety and safety at work.
• They are familiar with the original operating instructions of the device.
• They have been instructed by the responsible person on the mounting and operation of the device.
Certified electricians
Electrical work must be carried out by a certified electrician.
Due to their technical training, knowledge and experience as well as their familiarity with relevant standards and regulations, certified electricians are able to perform work on electrical systems and independently detect possible dangers.
In Germany, certified electricians must fulfill the requirements of accident-prevention regulations BGV A3
(e.g. electrician foreman). In other countries, there are respective regulations that must be observed.
2.4
Exemption of liability
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG is not liable in the following cases:
• The device is not being used properly.
• Reasonably foreseeable misuse is not taken into account.
• Mounting and electrical connection are not properly performed.
• Changes (e.g., constructional) are made to the device.
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Device description
3.1
General information
The light curtains of the CSL 710 series are designed as switching and object-detecting, configurable,
multi-sensor units. Depending on the configuration and model, the devices are suitable for a variety of
tasks with various resolutions and can be integrated in different control environments.
The total system of the light curtain consists of a transmitter and a receiver, including the connection and
interconnection cables.
• Transmitter and receiver are connected to one another via a synchronization cable.
• The integrated control panel with indicators and operational controls for configuring the total system
is located on the receiver.
• The shared power supply is provided via connection X1 on the receiver.
1
2
4
3
X3
X2
X1
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
Figure 3.1:
3.2
6
Transmitter
Receiver
IO Logic with control panel
Control (PLC)
Synchronization cable
Connection cable for supply voltage and communication interface
Total system in combination with a programmable logic control
General performance characteristics
The most important performance characteristics of the CSL 710 series are:
• Operating range up to 6000 mm
• Measurement field length from 150 mm to 2960 mm
• Beam spacings of 5 mm, 10 mm, 20 mm, 40 mm
• Response time 30 µs per beam
• Beam modes: parallel-, diagonal-, crossed-beam
• Status of beam areas 1 … 8
Status of the digital inputs/outputs
• Local control panel with display
• Interfaces to the machine control:
• IO-Link:
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Up to four digital inputs/outputs (configurable)
• Blanking of unnecessary beams
• Smoothing for interference suppression
• Block evaluation of beam areas
3.3
Connection system
The transmitter and receiver feature an M12 connector with the following number of pins:
3.4
Device type
Designation on device
Plug/socket
Receiver
X1
M12 plug (8-pin)
Receiver
X2
M12 socket (5-pin)
Transmitter
X3
M12 plug (5-pin)
Display elements
The display elements show the device status in operation and provide support during commissioning and
error analysis.
Located on the receiver is a control panel with the following display elements:
• two LEDs
• one OLED display (Organic Light-Emitting Diode), two-line
Located on the transmitter is the following display element:
• one LED
3.4.1
Operation indicators on the receiver control panel
Two function indicator LEDs are located on the receiver control panel.
2
1
1
2
Figure 3.2:
LED1, green
LED2, yellow
LED indicators on the receiver
Table 3.1:
Meaning of the LEDs on the receiver
LED
Color
State
Description
1
green
ON (continuous
light)
Light curtain ready (normal mode)
flashing
see chapter 12.2
OFF
Sensor not ready
ON (continuous
light)
All active beams free – with function reserve or configured as
trigger slave without trigger pulses
flashing
see chapter 12.2
OFF
At least one beam interrupted (object detected)
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3.4.2
Display on the receiver control panel
Located on the receiver is an OLED display which serves as a function indicator.
Figure 3.3:
OLED display on the receiver
The type of display on the OLED display is different for the following operating modes:
• Alignment mode
• Process mode
Display indicators in alignment mode
In alignment mode, the OLED display shows the received signal level of the first (FB) and last (LB) beam
via two bar graph indicators.
1
3
2
1
2
3
Figure 3.4:
Evenly aligned light curtain
No reception signal from first beam (FB); good reception signal from last beam (LB)
Marker for the minimum signal level which is to be achieved
OLED display on the receiver in alignment mode
Display indicators in process mode
In process mode, the upper line shows the number of interrupted beams (TIB) and the lower line shows
the logic state of the digital outputs.
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
Figure 3.5:
4
5
Number of interrupted beams
Logic state at pin 2 (0 = not active, 1 = active)
Logic state at pin 5 (0 = not active, 1 = active)
Logic state at pin 6 (0 = not active, 1 = active)
Logic state at pin 7 (0 = not active, 1 = active)
OLED display on the receiver in process mode
If the control panel is not used for several minutes, the display darkens and switches off. Press
a function button to again make the display visible. Settings for visibility, display duration, etc.
can be changed via the Display menu.
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3.4.3
Operating indicators on the transmitter
Located on the transmitter is an LED which serves as a function indicator.
Table 3.2:
Meaning of the LED on the transmitter
LED
Color
State
Description
1
green
Light curtain operates continuously with maximum measureON
(continuous light or ment frequency
flashing in sync with
the measurement)
OFF
3.5
No communication with the receiver
Light curtain waits for external trigger signal
Operating elements on the receiver control panel
Located on the receiver below the OLED display is a membrane keyboard with two function buttons for
entering various functions.
Figure 3.6:
3.6
Function buttons on the receiver
Menu structure of the receiver control panel
The following summary shows the structure of all menu items. In a given device model, only the actually
available menu items are present for entering values or for selecting settings.
Menu level 0
Level 0
Main Settings
Digital IOs
Analog Output
Display
Information
Exit
Menu “Main Settings”
Level 1
Command
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Description
Teach
Reset
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Exit
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Level 1
Level 2
Description
Operational setting
Filter Depth
(enter value)
min = 1
max = 255
Beam mode
Parallel
Diagonal
Crossed-beam
Function reserve
High
Medium
Low
Blanking Teach
Inactive
Active
Power-Up Teach
Inactive
Active
Smoothing
(enter value)
min = 1
max = 255
Bit rate
COM3: 230.4 kbit/s COM2: 38.4 kbit/s
Data Storage
Deactivated
IO-Link
Activated
Menu “Digital IOs”
Level 1
Level 2
IO Logic
IO Pin 2
IO Pin 5
IO Pin 6
IO Pin 7
IO Function
Description
Positive PNP
Negative NPN
Trigger In
Teach In
Inversion
Normal
Inverted
Teach height
Execute
Exit
Area Logic
AND
OR
Start Beam
(enter value)
min = 1
max = 1774
End Beam
(enter value)
min = 1
max = 1774
Area Out
Warn Out
Menu “Display”
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Language
English
German
Mode
Process mode
Alignment
Visibility
Off
Dark
Time Unit (s)
(enter value)
min = 1
max = 240
French
Italian
Spanish
Normal
Bright
Dynamic
Menu “Information”
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Product name
CSL710-R05-320.A/L-M12
Product ID
Receiver part no. (e.g., 50119835)
Serial number
Receiver serial number (e.g., 01436000288)
Tx.transmitter-ID
Transmitter part no. (e.g., 50119407)
Tx.transmitter-SN
Transmitter serial no. (e.g., 01436000289)
FW version
e.g., 01.61
HW version
e.g., A001
Kx version
e.g., P01.30e
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Menu navigation on the receiver control panel
The
and
buttons have different functions depending on the operating situation. These functions
are displayed at the left edge of the display above the icons.
3.7.1
Meaning of the display icons
Icon
Position
Function
First line
Symbolizes that you can select the next parameter within a menu level by
pressing the
button.
First line
Second line
Second line
Second line
Second line
Second line
Second line
3.7.2
Symbolizes that you have reached the lowest menu level (not highlighted).
Symbolizes the respective, next menu level that you have not yet selected
(not highlighted).
Press the
button to exit the menu level or the menu.
Symbolizes the input mode.
The selected (highlighted) option field can be a fixed selection parameter or a
multi-digit input field. With a multi-digit input field, you can increase the active
digit by one with the
button and use the
button to switch from one
digit to the next.
Symbolizes the confirmation of a selection.
This icon appears when you complete an option field with the
button.
Symbolizes the rejection of a selection.
This icon is accessed from the previous icon (check mark) by pressing
the
button. This mode allows you to reject the current value or option
parameter by pressing the
button.
Symbolizes the return to the selection.
This icon is accessed from the previous icon (cross) by pressing
the
button. This mode allows you to reset the current value or option
parameter for the purpose of entering a new value or selecting an option
parameter by pressing the
button.
Level display
The display of bars between icons and text that span both lines indicates the open menu levels. The
example shows a configuration in the menu level 2:
Start Beam
End Beam
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Menu navigation
Main Settings
Digital IOs
Selects the next menu item (“Digital IOs”); the other menu items follow if pressed again.
Selects the highlighted submenu (“Main Settings”).
3.7.4
Editing value parameters
Start Beam
End Beam
Selects the “Start Beam” menu item with the bright background.
Start Beam
0001
Changes the value of the first digit (0).
Selects additional numbers for configuring values.
After entering the last number, the total value can be saved, rejected or reset.
Start Beam
0010
Saves the new value (0010).
Changes the action mode; first
and then
appears on the second line.
If the selected option is not saved in the window above, but rather the
the
button, this means:
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Start Beam
0010
Rejects the current input value. The display returns to the higher-order menu level: Start
Beam/End Beam
If the
action mode is selected with the
button, this means:
Start Beam
0010
Resets the current input value (0001) and allows the entry of new values.
3.7.5
Editing selection parameters
IO Logic
IO Pin 2
Selects the “IO Logic” menu item with the bright background.
IO Logic
Positive PNP
With each actuation, displays the next option on this menu level, i.e., the display switches
between:
• Negative NPN
• Positive PNP
Selects the “Positive PNP” menu item with the bright background.
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IO Logic
Positive PNP
Changes the action mode;
displays
or
again.
appears; subsequent actuation
Saves the selected option “Positive PNP”.
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Functions
This chapter describes the functions of the light curtain for adaptation to different applications and operating conditions.
4.1
Beam modes
4.1.1
Parallel
In “parallel”-beam mode (parallel-beam scanning), the light beam of each transmitter LED is detected by
the directly opposing receiver LED.
Figure 4.1:
4.1.2
Beam path in “parallel”-beam mode
Diagonal
In “diagonal”-beam mode , the light beam of each transmitter LED is received in succession both by the
directly opposing receiver LED as well as by the next receiver LED in the counting direction (i-1) (parallel
and diagonal beam path). This increases the resolution in the middle between the transmitter and receiver.
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1
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Calculation
The number of beams for diagonal-beam scanning nd is calculated from the number of beams for parallelbeam scanning np.
Formula for calculating the number of beams for diagonal-beam scanning
n d = 2n p – 1
nd
np
[number] = number of beams for diagonal-beam scanning
[number] = number of beams for parallel-beam scanning
Example: 288 beams in parallel-beam scanning become 575 logical individual beams in diagonal-beam
scanning, which must be taken into account during evaluation functions. With a beam spacing of 5 mm,
this spacing is reduced to 2.5 mm in the center area.
The “diagonal”-beam mode (diagonal-beam scanning) can be activated via the interface (see
chapter 9) or via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
NOTICE
Minimum distance for diagonal-beam scanning!
 For diagonal-beam scanning, the minimum distance that must be maintained between transmitter and
receiver changes, whereby the values vary depending on beam spacing (see chapter 15).
NOTICE
Teach after changing the beam mode!
 Changing the beam mode changes the number of beams used for the evaluation. Perform a teach
after changing the beam mode (see chapter 8.2).
4.1.3
Crossed-beam
The “crossed-beam” mode (crossed-beam scanning) is available for increasing the resolution for an area
of the measurement field. In “crossed-beam” mode, the light beam of each transmitter LED is detected in
succession both by the directly opposing receiver LED as well as by the two adjacent receiver LEDs (i+1,
i-1).
1
1
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The number of beams for crossed-beam scanning nk is calculated from the number of beams for parallelbeam scanning np.
Formula for calculating the number of beams for crossed-beam scanning
n
k
nK
np
= 3n p – 2
[number] = number of beams for crossed-beam scanning
[number] = number of beams for parallel-beam scanning
NOTICE
Minimum distance for crossed-beam scanning!
 For crossed-beam scanning, the minimum distance that must be maintained between transmitter and
receiver changes, whereby the values vary depending on beam spacing (see chapter 15).
Example: 288 beams in parallel-beam scanning become 862 logical beams in crossed-beam scanning.
With a beam spacing of 5 mm, this spacing is reduced to 2.5 mm in the center area.
The “crossed-beam” mode (crossed-beam scanning) can be activated via the interface (see
chapter 9) or via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
4.2
Blanking
If light curtains are installed such that existing frames / cross bars etc. continuously interrupt some beams,
these beams must be suppressed.
During blanking, beams that are not to be included in the evaluation are suppressed. The numbering of
the beams is not affected, i.e., the suppression of beams does not change the beam numbers.
3
1
3
2
4
1
2
3
4
Figure 4.4:
Interrupted beams
Suppressed beams (blanking)
Free beams
Object present at the installation site
Beam states
Up to four adjacent beam areas can be suppressed.
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The beams can be activated or suppressed via the interface, via the Sensor Studio configuration
software (see chapter 11) and partially via the operational controls on the receiver.
The behavior of each blanking area can be adapted to the requirements of the application:
Logical value of a blanking area
Meaning in the application
No beams are blanked
All beams of the device are included in the evaluation.
Logical value 0 for blanked beams
All beams of the blanking area are taken into account
as interrupted beams (logical value 0) in the evaluation.
Logical value 1 for blanked beams
All beams of the blanking area are taken into account
as free beams (logical value 1) in the evaluation.
Logical value is the same as the adjacent
beam with lower beam number
All beams of the blanking area behave in the evaluation like the previous beam.
Logical value is the same as the adjacent
beam with higher beam number
All beams of the blanking area behave in the evaluation like the subsequent beam.
For an example configuration, see chapter 10.3.
NOTICE
Resetting all blanking areas!
 To deactivate blanking, configure the number of blanking areas as zero and, at the same time, deactivate each area.
 Perform a new teach.
NOTICE
Teach after changing the blanking configuration!
 Perform a teach after changing the blanking configuration (see chapter 8.2).
Auto blanking during teaching
If there are obstacles present in the measurement field at the installation site and at least one blanking
area is activated, interrupted beams can be mapped to the blanking area(s) during teaching. Existing
settings for the blanking areas are then overwritten (see chapter 8.2).
If no beams are interrupted during teaching, no blanking areas are configured.
Auto blanking cannot be used to detect transparent objects.
NOTICE
Deactivate auto blanking in process mode!
 Deactivate auto blanking in process mode.
Activate auto blanking only during commissioning of the device to suppress distracting objects.
NOTICE
Deactivate auto blanking during Power-Up Teach!
 Deactivate auto blanking if “Power-Up Teach” is activated (see chapter 4.3).
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Power-Up Teach
After applying operating voltage, the “Power-Up Teach” function performs a teach event when the device
is ready for operation.
• If the Power-Up teach is successful, the new teach values are adopted.
• If the Power-Up teach is not successful (e.g. object in the light path), the previously saved teach values are used.
For systems that must be restarted regularly, you can implement simple “tracking” via “PowerUp Teach” to compensate for slowly increasing soiling.
The Power-Up teach event can be activated via the interface, via the receiver control panel and
via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
NOTICE
Deactivate auto blanking during Power-Up Teach!
 Deactivate auto blanking if “Power-Up Teach” is activated.
4.4
Smoothing
With the smoothing function, interrupted beams are then only taken into account in the evaluation if the set
minimum number of adjacent beams is reached at the same time.
Smoothing can be used, e.g., to suppress interference caused by spot soiling of the lens cover.
Smoothing “1” means that every interrupted beam is evaluated and the device switches.
Figure 4.5:
Smoothing configuration “1” – device switches
If smoothing is set to a value of “3”, for example, the device switches only if at least three adjacent beams
are interrupted.
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Figure 4.6:
Smoothing configuration “3”, but a maximum of two adjacent beams interrupted – device
does not switch
Figure 4.7:
Smoothing configuration “3” and three or more adjacent beams interrupted – device switches
NOTICE
Configuration values for smoothing!
 Values from 1 to 255 can be entered for smoothing.
4.5
External triggering
Trigger input
For an exact time assignment, it is possible to start the measurement cycle of a light curtain in a targeted
manner by means of a pulse at the trigger input.
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1
2
3
LV1
0
t [ms]
1
2
3
Figure 4.8:
4.6
PLC
Light curtain 1
Trigger signal (PLC)
Activation via external trigger
Block evaluation of beam areas
This function can be used to define beam areas and evaluate them individually.
4.6.1
Defining beam area
To read out the beam states block-wise with an 8-bit telegram, the individual beams can be mapped to up
to 8 areas independent of the maximum beam number. The individual beam information of grouped beams
is linked to a logical bit, i.e., each area is represented as 1 bit.
The number of beams in an area can be freely defined. However, the beams must be adjacent to one
another. The start beam and the end beam are to be defined as well as the conditions for switching of the
area.
4.6.2
Autosplitting
The beams of the device are automatically divided into the selected number of areas of the same size. The
states of the areas generated in this way can be read out in the process data by means of the “Evaluation
function” parameter.
Procedure:
• Select logic combination of the beams within the areas (logical AND / logical OR)
• Define number of desired areas
The autosplitting configuration can be defined via the interface (see chapter 9) or via the
Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
4.6.3
Mapping beam area to switching output
If grouping individual beams or if creating a block, the beam state of any number of adjacent beams (area)
can be signaled at a switching output.
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The following options are possible here:
• To use a specific, single beam for the evaluation, e.g., as trigger signal for a primary control.
• To group the complete measurement field into one switching area and thereby signal at the switching
output whether an object (at any position) is located in the measurement field.
• To configure up to 8 switching areas for a reference check or height monitoring; in many cases, this
can make beam-data processing in the primary programmable logic control (PLC) unnecessary.
The switching conditions for the areas can be either AND or OR linked:
Logic func- Group bit (area status)
tion
[logic 1/0]
AND
OR
1
if all beams mapped to the area are interrupted
0
if at least one beam is not interrupted in the selected area
1
if at least one beam is interrupted in the selected area
0
if none of the beams mapped to the area are interrupted
Areas may be sequential or overlapping. A maximum of 8 areas are available.
The switching behavior or the conditions for switching a beam area on and off can be defined via
the interface (see chapter 9) or via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
For an example configuration, see chapter 10.1.
Example for the configuration of an OR or AND link for a light curtain with 32 beams
OR
AND
Start Beam
1
1
End Beam
32
32
Switch-on condition
1 beam interrupted
32 beams interrupted
Switch-off condition
0 beams interrupted
31 beams interrupted
The following figure shows how the beam areas can be arranged directly next to one another or freely overlapping.
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160
160
157
140
24
15
1
5
6
1
1
1
2
3
4
Figure 4.9:
2
3
4
Beam area 1
Beam area 2
Beam area 3
Beam area 4
Beam areas
For a mapping of previously defined beam areas to, e.g., four switching outputs (Q1 to Q4), see
chapter 10.1.
NOTICE
Increased number of logical beams for the diagonal- or crossed-beam function!
 Take into account the (increased) number of beams if the “diagonal”- or “crossed-beam” mode is activated (see chapter 4.1.2 or see chapter 4.1.3).
4.6.4
Teach height area
With the “Teach height area” function, it is possible to teach in up to 8 height areas, e.g. for height monitoring or sorting packets. In many cases, this saves time for programming.
• A maximum of 8 height areas are available
• A height area is automatically defined using an object.
When teaching a height area, all free beams above or below the object are combined into one height
area.
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1
1
2
2
Teaching height area 1
Teaching height area 2
Figure 4.10: Teaching the height area with the “Teach in height area” function
• To define the entire beam area as a height area, teaching the height area is done without an object.
Figure 4.11: Teaching the entire beam area as a height area with the “Teach height area” function
• The switching behavior or the conditions for switching the height area on or off via the “Teach height
area” function is permanently defined as OR.
• Every IO pin can be assigned to a height area via the receiver control panel.
Example: Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > Teach height > Execute
On the receiver control panel, the “Teach height area” function is activated via the Teach height
menu item. Example: Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > Teach height > Execute
If the “Teach height area” function is activated via the receiver control panel, the IO pins are automatically assigned to the height areas.
Example configurations for the assignment of previously defined height areas to switching outputs Q1 to
Q4:
• see chapter 10.1 "Example configuration - Mapping of beams 1 … 32 to output pin 2"
• see chapter 10.2 "Example configuration– Teach height area"
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4.7
Switching outputs
4.7.1
Light/dark switching
The behavior of switching outputs Q1 to Q4 (or Q1 to Q2) can be configured with respect to light/dark
switching. The setting ex works is “light switching”, i.e., the outputs are activated if the light paths are free
and become inactive if an object is detected in the measurement field.
The output behavior can be changed to “dark switching” via the interface (see chapter 9), via the
receiver control panel and via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
4.7.2
Time functions
Each of the individual switching outputs can be assigned one of the time functions described in the
following table.
Time function
Selectable
duration
Description
Start-up delay
with re-trigger
0 … 65000 ms Time that the sensor delays the start-up process after
detecting an object.
By means of a start-up delay, it is possible to suppress,
e.g., upward-protruding packaging remnants (stretch
wrap, etc.) during pallet height monitoring.
Switch-off delay
with re-trigger
0 … 65000 ms Time that the sensor delays the switching back of the
output if the object leaves the detection range.
Pulse stretching
0 … 65000 ms Minimum time that the state of the output is retained
independent of what the sensor detects during this time.
Pulse stretching is necessary for, e.g., hole recognition if
the PLC cycle time does not register short pulses.
Pulse suppression
with re-trigger
0 … 65000 ms Minimum time that a measurement signal must be present in order for the output to switch. Short interference
pulses are thereby suppressed.
The various time functions can be configured via the interface (see chapter 9) or via the
Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
4.8
Interference suppression (filter depth)
To suppress any faulty measurement values that may occur due to interference (ambient light, electromagnetic fields, …), the filter depth of the light curtain can be increased.
“Filter depth” means that an interrupted/free beam is not included in the further data evaluation until the
same beam status is recorded for the set number of measurement cycles.
Filter depth “1” = the beam states of each measurement cycle are output.
Filter depth “3” = only those beam states that were stable over three measurement cycles are output.
The configuration of the filter depth can be defined via the interface (see chapter 9) or via the
Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
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Applications
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Applications
The following typical applications with corresponding function (see chapter 4) exist for the switching light
curtain.
5.1
Projection monitoring
Figure 5.1:
Projection monitoring
 Function: mapping beam area to switching output.
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5.2
Object counting
Figure 5.2:
Object counting
For object counting, the switching output is assigned to an IO pin. The evaluation is done by an external
program.
 Function: mapping beam area to switching output
For more precise object counting, e.g. when several small objects are located in the measurement field,
you can select crossed-beam scanning and divide the measurement field into up to eight areas. The states
of the areas generated are read out in the process data by means of the Evaluation function parameter.
 Function: beam mode: crossed beam
 Function: autosplitting and evaluation function (process data content)
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Applications
5.3
Height monitoring and sorting of packets
Figure 5.3:
Sorting packets
Packets can be sorted into up to eight height classes.
Example: sorting into classes S (small), M (medium) and L (large):
• Teach the three height areas (see chapter 4.6.4).
• Assign a switching output to every height area (see chapter 4.6.3).
 Function: teach height area
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5.4
Hole recognition
Figure 5.4:
Hole recognition
For hole recognition within a web material, a beam area must be defined over the area to be monitored
and mapped to an output. All beams in this area are interrupted. If a beam becomes “free” due to a flaw in
the material, the output switches.
 Function: block evaluation of beam areas (see chapter 4.6)
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Mounting and installation
6.1
Mounting the light curtain
NOTICE
No reflective surfaces, no mutual interference!
 Avoid reflective surfaces near the light curtains.
Objects may otherwise not be precisely detected due to halation.
 Ensure sufficient distance, suitable positioning or partitioning.
Optical sensors (e.g., other light curtains, photoelectric sensors, etc.) must not interfere with one
another.
 Avoid interference from outside light (e.g., from flash lamps, direct sunlight) on the receiver.
Mount the transmitter and receiver as follows:
 Select the fastening type for transmitter and receiver.
- Fastening via the T-groove on one side of the standard profile (see chapter 6.3).
- Fastening via the rotating bracket on the ends of the profile (see chapter 6.4).
- Fastening via the swiveling mounting brackets or parallel brackets (see chapter 6.5).
 Have a suitable tool at hand and mount the light curtain in accordance with the notices regarding the
mounting locations.
 Mount the transmitter and receiver at the same height or with the same housing reference edge, free of
tension and with the base in full contact with the mounting surface.
NOTICE
Must be observed!
 For horizontally mounted measuring light curtains with lengths of more than 2,000 mm, use an additional mounting bracket in the middle of the light curtain.
 The optical surfaces of transmitter and receiver must be parallel to and opposite one another.
 The transmitter and receiver connections must point in the same direction.
 Secure transmitter and receiver against turning or sliding.
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2
1
2
4
3
1
2
3
4
Figure 6.1:
Same height position / upper edge
Parallel alignment
Receiver
Transmitter
Arrangement of transmitter and receiver
To achieve the maximum operating range limit, transmitter and receiver must be aligned with one
another as accurately as possible.
After mounting, you can electrically connect (see chapter 7) and start up (see chapter 8) the light curtain.
6.2
Definition of directions of movement
The following terms for alignment movements of the light curtain around one of its individual beams are
used:
a)
b)
a
b
c
d
Figure 6.2:
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d)
Sliding: movement along the longitudinal axis
Turning: movement around the longitudinal axis
Tilting: lateral turning movement diagonal to the lens cover
Pitching: lateral turning movement in the direction of the lens cover
Directions of movement during alignment of the light curtain
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6.3
Fastening via sliding blocks
By default, transmitter and receiver are delivered with two sliding blocks (three sliding blocks for measurement field lengths of more than 2,000 mm) each in the side groove (see chapter 16).
 Fasten transmitter and receiver to the machine or system via the lateral T-groove with M6 screws.
Sliding in the direction of the groove is possible, but turning, tilting and pitching is not.
Figure 6.3:
6.4
Mounting via sliding blocks
Fastening via swivel mount
When mounting with the BT-2R1 swivel mount (see table 16.7), sold separately, the light curtain can be
aligned as follows:
• Sliding through the vertical threaded holes in the wall plate of the swivel mount
• Turning by 360° around the longitudinal axis by fixing on the screw-on cone
• Tilting around main axis
• Pitching through horizontal threaded holes in the wall mounting
The wall mounting through threaded holes makes it possible to lift the mounting bracket after the screws
have been loosened over the connection cap. Therefore, the mounting brackets do not need to be
removed from the wall when exchanging the device. Loosening the screws is sufficient.
Figure 6.4:
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One-sided mounting on the machine table
The sensor can be mounted directly on the machine table via an M5 screw on the blind hole in the end
cap. On the other end, a BT-2R1 swivel mount can be used, for example, so that turning movements for
alignment are possible despite the fact that the sensor is mounted on one side.
NOTICE
Avoid reflection bypasses at the machine table!
 Make sure that reflections on the machine table are prevented reliably.
Figure 6.5:
6.5
Mounting directly on the machine table
Fastening via swiveling mounting brackets
When mounting with the BT-2SSD/BT-4SSD or BT-2SSD-270 swiveling mounting brackets (see
table 16.7), sold separately, the light curtain can be aligned as follows:
• Sliding in the direction of slot
• Turning +/- 8° around the longitudinal axis
The BT-SSD (see figure 15.5) swiveling mounting brackets are also equipped with a vibration damper.
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Electrical connection
7.1
Shielding and line lengths
The light curtains are equipped with modern electronics developed for industrial applications. In industrial
environments, a number of sources of interference may affect the light curtains.
In the following, information is provided on the EMC-compliant wiring of the light curtains and the other
components in the switch cabinet.
7.1.1
Shielding
NOTICE
General shielding information!
 Avoid interference emissions when using power components (frequency inverters, …).
The necessary specifications under which the power component satisfies its CE Declaration of Conformity can be found in the technical descriptions of the power components.
In practice, the following measures have proven effective:
Properly ground the total system.
Screw mains filter, frequency inverter, etc., flat to a galvanized mounting plate (thickness 3 mm) in the
switch cabinet.
Keep cable between mains filter and inverter as short as possible and twist cables.
Shield both ends of the motor cable.
 Carefully ground all parts of the machine and of the switch cabinet using copper strips, ground rails or
grounding cables with large cross section.
 Keep the length of the shieldless end of the cable as short as possible.
 Guide the shielding untwisted to a terminal (no “RF braid”).
NOTICE
Separate power and control cables!
 Lay the cables for the power components (mains filter, frequency inverter, …) as far from the light curtain cables as possible (distance > 30 cm).
 Avoid laying power and light curtain cables parallel to one another.
 Cable crossings should be laid as perpendicular as possible.
NOTICE
Lay cables close to grounded metal surfaces!
 Lay the cables on grounded metal surfaces
This measure reduces interference coupling in the cables.
NOTICE
Avoid leakage currents in the cable shielding!
 Carefully ground all parts of the machine.
Leakage currents arise from incorrectly implemented equipotential bonding.
You can measure leakage currents with a clip-on ammeter.
NOTICE
Star-shaped cable connections!
 Ensure that the devices are connected in a star-shaped arrangement.
You thereby avoid mutual influences from various loads.
This prevents cable loops.
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Electrical connection
Grounding the light curtain housings
 Connect the transmitter housing and receiver housing of the light curtain to the protective conductor on
the FE machine star point via the PE screw on the grounding slot nut (see figure 7.1).
The cable should have an impedance as low as possible for high-frequency signals, i.e., be as short as
possible and have a large cross-sectional area (grounding strip, …).
 Use a lock washer and check the penetration of the anodized layer.
 Check the small Allen screw to ensure a secure connection between the grounding slot nut and housing.
The Allen screw is correctly tightened upon delivery from the factory.
If you have changed the position of the grounding slot nut or the PE screw, tighten the small Allen screw.
Figure 7.1:
Connecting the ground potential to the light curtain
Example for shielding both ends of the connection cables from the switch cabinet to the light curtain
 Ground the transmitter housing and receiver housing of the light curtain (see chapter "Grounding the
light curtain housings").
 Clamp the shield in the switch cabinet flat to FE (see figure 7.2).
Use special shielding terminals (e.g., Wago, Weidmüller, …).
Figure 7.2:
Connecting the cable shielding in the switch cabinet
Depicted shielding components from Wago, series 790 …:
- 790 … 108 screen clamping saddle 11 mm
- 790 … 300 busbar holder for TS35
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Example for shielding both ends of the connection cables from the PLC to the light curtain
 Ground the transmitter housing and receiver housing of the light curtain (see chapter "Grounding the
light curtain housings").
 Only lay shielded light curtain cables to the PLC.
 Clamp the shield flat to FE in the PLC (see figure 7.3).
Use special shielding terminals (e.g., Wago, Weidmüller, …).
 Make certain that the mounting rail is well grounded.
Figure 7.3:
Connecting the cable shielding to the PLC
Depicted shielding components from Wago, series 790 …:
- 790 … 108 screen clamping saddle 11 mm
- 790 … 112 carrier with grounding foot for TS35
7.1.2
Cable lengths for shielded cables
 Observe the maximum cable lengths for shielded cables.
Table 7.1:
Cable lengths for shielded cables
Connection to the CSL 710
Interface
Max. cable length
Shielding
PWR IN/digital IO, IO-Link
X1
20 m
required
Synchronization cable
X2/X3
20 m
required
Designation of the interface connections:see chapter 7.3 "Device connections"
7.2
Connection and interconnection cables
Use only the cables listed in the accessories (see chapter 16) for all connections (connection cable, interconnection cable, cable between transmitter and receiver).
Use only shielded cables for the cable between transmitter and receiver.
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NOTICE
Competent persons and approved purpose!
 Only allow competent persons to perform the electrical connection.
 Select the functions so that the light curtain can be used as intended (see chapter 2.1).
7.3
Device connections
The light curtain is provided with the following connections:
Device connection
7.4
Type
Function
X1 on receiver M12 connector,
8-pin
Control interface and data interface:
• Voltage supply
• Switching outputs and control inputs
• Configuration interface
X2 on receiver M12 socket,
5-pin
Synchronization interface
X3 on transmitter
Synchronization interface (for all controller types)
M12 connector,
5-pin
Digital inputs/outputs on connection X1
In the factory settings, the digital inputs/outputs are assigned with the following functions:
• IO 1 (pin 2): teach input
• IO 2 (pin 5): switching output (dark/inverted)
• IO 3 (pin 6): switching output (light/normal)
• IO 4 (pin 7): warning output
18 - 30 VDC
10k
X1-2/5
100 mA (max. 250 mA)
10k
X1-3
Figure 7.4:
GND
X1-1
X1-6/7
X1-3
Digital input/output schematic diagram
NOTICE
Single assignment of input functions!
 Each input function may only be used one time. If multiple inputs are assigned the same function, malfunctions may occur.
7.5
Electrical connection – CSL 710
NOTICE
Light curtain grounding!
 Ground the light curtain before establishing an electrical connection or connecting the voltage supply
(see chapter "Grounding the light curtain housings").
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Electrical connection
1
2
X2
X1
3
X3
4
PWR IN/OUT
1
2
3
4
Figure 7.5:
Receiver (R)
Transmitter (T)
Connection cable (M12 socket, 8-pin),see table 16.3
Synchronization cable (M12 plug/socket, 5-pin), see table 0.4
Electrical connection – CSL 710
 Connect connection X1 to the power supply and the control using the appropriate connection cable.
 Connect connection X2 to connection X3 using the appropriate synchronization cable.
7.5.1
X1 pin assignment – CSL 710
8-pin, M12 plug (A-coded) for connecting to PWR IN/digital IO and IO-Link interface.
1
1
M12 plug (8-pin, A-coded)
Figure 7.6:
Connection X1 – CSL 710
Table 7.2:
X1 pin assignment – CSL 710
Pin
X1 - Logic and power on the receiver
1
VIN: +24 V DC supply voltage
2
IO 1: input/output (configurable)
Ex works: teach input (Teach In)
3
GND: ground (0 V)
4
C/Q: IO-Link communication
5
IO 2: input/output (configurable)
Factory setting: switching output (dark/inverted)
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Pin
X1 - Logic and power on the receiver
6
IO 3: input/output (configurable)
Factory setting: switching output (light/normal)
7
IO 4: input/output (configurable)
Factory setting: warning output
8
GND: ground (0 V)
Connection cables: see table 16.3.
7.5.2
X2/X3 pin assignment – CSL 710
5-pin, M12 socket/plug (A-coded) for the connection between transmitter and receiver.
1
1
2
Figure 7.7:
Table 7.3:
2
M12 socket X2 (5-pin, A-coded)
M12 plug X3 (5-pin, A-coded)
Connection X2/X3 – CSL 710
X2/X3 pin assignment – CSL 710
Pin
X2/X3 - Transmitter and receiver
1
SHD: FE functional earth, shield
2
VIN: +24 V DC supply voltage
3
GND: ground (0 V)
4
RS 485 Tx+: synchronization
5
RS 485 Tx-: synchronization
Interconnection cables: see table 16.4.
7.6
Electrical supply
With regard to the data for the electrical supply, see table 15.6.
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Starting up the device - Basic configuration
The basic configuration includes the alignment of transmitter and receiver and the basic configuration
steps via the receiver control panel.
The following optional basic functions are available for operation and configuration via the receiver control
panel:
• Define digital inputs/outputs
• Defining the filter depth
• Defining the display properties
• Changing the language
• Product information
• Resetting to factory settings
8.1
Aligning transmitter and receiver
NOTICE
Alignment during commissioning!
 The alignment performed during commissioning should only be performed by qualified personnel.
 Observe the data sheets and mounting instructions of the individual components.
Prerequisites:
• The light curtain has been mounted (see chapter 6) and connected (see chapter 7) correctly.
 Switch on the light curtain.
NOTICE
Alignment mode!
 When switched on for the first time ex works, the light curtain automatically starts in alignment mode.
 You can switch from process mode to alignment mode via the control panel.
 Check whether the green LEDs on the receiver control panel and transmitter illuminate continuously.
The display shows the alignment state of the first beam (FB) and last beam (LB) via two bar graph indicators.
Figure 8.1:
Example: display showing an incorrectly aligned light curtain
 Loosen the fastening screws of the transmitter and receiver.
Loosen the screws only enough so that the devices can just be moved.
 Turn or slide the transmitter and receiver until the optimum position is reached and the bar graph indicators show the maximum values for the alignment.
NOTICE
Minimum sensitivity of the sensor!
 In order to perform a teach, a minimum level must be reached in the bar graph indicator (mark in the
middle of the display).
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Figure 8.2:
Display showing an optimally aligned light curtain
 Tighten the fastening screws of the transmitter and receiver.
Transmitter and receiver are aligned.
Switching to process mode
After aligning, switch to process mode.
 Select Display > Mode > Process mode.
The display in the receiver of the light curtain shows the process mode states with the number of all interrupted beams (TIB) and the logic states of the digital inputs/outputs (digital IOs).
Figure 8.3:
Display showing the process mode state of the light curtain
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Display
Language
English
Mode
Process mode Alignment
German
French
Spanish
Italian
Switching to alignment mode
You can switch from process mode to alignment mode via the menu.
 Select Display > Mode > Alignment.
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Display
Language
English
Mode
Process mode Alignment
German
French
Spanish
Italian
The next configuration step is teaching the environmental conditions (teach).
8.2
Teaching the environmental conditions
During teaching, the system checks whether the signals of all beams are within a certain corridor.
This means that a teach event generally regulates all beams to the preset function reserve (or sensitivity)
for the current operating range. This ensures that all beams exhibit an identical switching behavior.
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NOTICE
Conditions for performing a teach!
 When teaching without preconfigured blanking areas, the light path must always be completely free.
A teaching error will otherwise occur.
 In this case, remove the obstacles and repeat the teach.
 If the light path is partially interrupted by structural elements, the permanently interrupted beams can
be suppressed by means of blanking (auto blanking function). Interrupted beams are “deactivated” in
this case.
 To automatically suppress the affected beams during teaching, configure the number of blanking
areas via the configuration software Sensor Studio (see chapter 11).
You can choose whether the teach values are to be stored permanently or only temporarily (while
the operating voltage is applied). The configuration ex works is for permanent (non-volatile) storage.
A teach event can be performed both directly from process mode as well as from alignment
mode.
NOTICE
Execute teach after changing the beam mode!
 Always perform a teach after changing the beam mode (parallel-/diagonal-/crossed-beam scanning)
as well.
Prerequisites:
• The light curtain must be correctly aligned (see chapter 8.1).
• The bar graph indicator must show a minimum level.
 You can use one of the following teach types:
Teach via receiver control panel (see chapter 8.2.1).
Teach via teach input (see chapter 8.2.2).
Teach via interface (IO-Link, see chapter 9).
Teach via Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
8.2.1
Teach via receiver control panel
If blanking areas are configured via the configuration software interface, a teach event is performed that
takes these blanking areas into account (blanking teach or auto blanking, see chapter 4.2).
During a blanking teach or auto blanking, an “additional distance” is always added to the beams
detected as interrupted. Safer operation is thereby achieved, e.g., in the case of vibrating guides,
etc., in the “blanked” area.
Optimization of the blanked beams is to be performed via a software interface configuration.
A maximum of four adjacent areas of suppressed beams (blanking areas) can be configured.
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Main Settings
Command
Teach
Reset
Factory Settings
 Select Main Settings > Command > Teach.
 Press the
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The display shows
Wait...
If the teach was started while in process mode, the display returns to the process mode display after a
successful teach (see chapter 8.1).
If the teach was started from alignment mode, the display returns to the bar graph indicator following a
successful teach and shows the received signal level of the first beam (FB) and the last beam (LB) (see
chapter 8.1).
If teach is successful, both bars display the maximum value.
Figure 8.4:
Display after successful teach
If no bars are visible in the bar graph indicator for the first beam (FB) and the last beam (LB), an error has
occurred. It is possible, e.g., that the reception signal is too low. You can correct errors according to the
error list (see chapter 12).
Power-Up Teach
After applying operating voltage, the “Power-Up Teach” function performs a teach event.
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Main Settings
Command
Teach
Reset
Inactive
Active
Factory Settings
Operational setting
Filter Depth
Beam mode
Function reserve
Blanking Teach
Power-Up Teach
 Select Settings > Operational setting > Power-Up Teach > Active.
The next configuration step is to check the alignment.
8.2.2
Teaching via a control signal from the control
Teach input (Teach In)
This input can be used to perform a teach following initial commissioning, change of the alignment or
during operation. During this procedure, the transmitter and receiver adjust themselves to the maximum
function reserve according to the distance.
To trigger a teach, a pulse must be applied on connection X1 on the receiver IO1 = pin 2 (factory setting)
for longer than 20 ms … but less than 80 ms.
Depending on the configuration (PNP or NPN), this corresponds to the following signal response:
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1
High
Low
1
Figure 8.5:
Teach is performed here
Control signals for line teach with PNP configuration
1
High
Low
1
Figure 8.6:
Teach is performed here
Control signals for line teach with NPN configuration
Performing a teach via the line input
Prerequisites:
• The light curtain must be correctly aligned (see chapter 8.1).
• A connection must be established between PLC and the line input (teach-in).
 Send a teach signal to the teach input via the control (see chapter "Teach input (Teach In)" for the data)
to trigger a teach.
The display on the receiver control panel shows
Wait...
Following a successful teach, the display switches back to the bar graph (alignment mode).
If teach is successful, both bars display the maximum value.
Figure 8.7:
Display after successful teach
The next configuration step is to check the alignment.
8.3
Check alignment
Prerequisites:
• The light curtain must first be correctly aligned and a teach must be performed.
 Check whether the green LEDs on the receiver control panel and transmitter illuminate continuously.
 Use the bar graph indicator to check whether the light curtain is optimally aligned, i.e., whether the maximum is reached for both the first beam (FB) and the last beam (LB) in the bar graph indicator.
 Use the bar graph indicator to check the optimum alignment of the light curtain if you have corrected an
error that occurred.
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Starting up the device - Basic configuration
The next configuration steps:
• Perform extended configurations on the receiver control panel if necessary (see chapter 8.5)
• Starting up the CSL 710 light curtains (see chapter 9)
8.4
Setting the function reserve
The function reserve can be set to three levels:
• High function reserve (low sensitivity)
• Medium function reserve
• Low function reserve (high sensitivity)
The function reserve can be set via the receiver control panel and the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
The sensitivity levels (e.g., high function reserve for stable operation, medium function reserve
and low function reserve) are configured ex works with “high function reserve for stable
operation”. The “low function reserve” configuration enables the detection of partially transparent
objects.
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Main Settings
Command
Teach
Reset
Factory Settings
High
Medium
Low
Operational setting
Filter Depth
Beam mode
Function reserve
 Select Settings > Operational setting > Function reserve
8.5
Extended configurations on the receiver control panel menu
It is not mandatory that extended configurations be performed on the receiver control panel menu
in order to start up a light curtain.
8.5.1
Define digital inputs/outputs
The digital IOs, IO pin x configurations (IO function, inversion, area logic, start beam, end beam, etc.) are
used to configure the parameters for the switching outputs.
The individual configuration steps for the extended configuration combinations are not described
separately.
When configuring start and end beam, you can configure values of up to 1774. Values above
1774 (to 1999) are not accepted and must be entered again.
The structure of these configurations in the receiver control panel menu is as follows (multiple configurations displayed simultaneously):
Examples
Configuration of pin 2 as PNP switching output
The following example shows a configuration of pin 2 as PNP switching output with additional configurations, such as area logic “OR” with a beam area of 1 … 32 and beam 1 as start beam according to the
following table.
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OR
Level 0
Start Beam
1
End Beam
32
Switch-on condition
1 beam interrupted
Switch-off condition
0 beams interrupted
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Digital IOs
IO Logic
Positive PNP
Negative NPN
IO Pin 2
IO Function
Trigger In
Teach In
Inversion
Normal
Inverted
Teach height
Execute
Exit
Area Logic
AND
OR
Start Beam
001
End Beam
032
Area Out
Warn Out
 Select Digital IOs > IO Logic > Positive PNP.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > IO Function > Area Out.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > Inversion > Inverted.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > Area Logic > OR.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > Start Beam > 001.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > End Beam > 032.
Configuration of pin 2 as PNP warning output
The following example shows the configuration of pin 2 as PNP warning output.
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Digital IOs
IO Logic
Positive PNP
Negative NPN
Trigger In
Teach In
IO Pin 2
IO Function
Inversion
Normal
Inverted
Teach height
Execute
Exit
Area Logic
AND
OR
Start Beam
(enter value)
End Beam
(enter value)
Area Out
Warn Out
 Select Digital IOs > IO Logic > Positive PNP.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > IO Function > Warn Out.
Configuration of pin 2 as PNP trigger input
The following example shows the configuration of pin 2 as PNP trigger input.
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Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Digital IOs
IO Logic
Positive PNP
Negative NPN
IO Pin 2
IO Function
Trigger In
Teach In
Inversion
Normal
Inverted
Teach height
Execute
Exit
Area Logic
AND
OR
Start Beam
(enter value)
End Beam
(enter value)
Area Out
Trigger Out
 Select Digital IOs > IO Logic > Positive PNP.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > IO Function > Trigger In.
The trigger input is only active if the signal has been activated via the configuration or process
interface.
A teach input is configured according to the same principle.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Logic > Positive PNP.
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > IO Function > Teach input.
Configuration of pin 5 as PNP height area
The following example shows the configuration of pin 5 as PNP height area.
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Digital IOs
IO Logic
Positive PNP
Negative NPN
IO Function
Trigger In
Teach In
Inversion
Normal
Inverted
Teach height
Execute
Exit
Area Logic
AND
OR
Start Beam
(enter value)
End Beam
(enter value)
IO pin 5
Area Out
Warn Out
 Select Digital IOs > IO Logic > Positive PNP.
 Select Digital IOs > IO pin 5 > Teach height > Execute.
The height area is automatically configured as an area output.
IO Function > Area output must also be selected.
8.5.2
Inversion of the switching behavior (light/dark switching)
Light/dark switching is configured with this configuration.
For all digital process interfaces, the configuration can also be performed via the interface (see
chapter 9) or via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
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The following example shows how the switching output is switched from light switching (normal) to dark
switching (inverted).
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Digital IOs
IO Logic
Positive PNP
Negative NPN
IO Pin 2
IO Function
Trigger In
Teach In
Inversion
Normal
Inverted
Teach height
Execute
Exit
Area Logic
AND
OR
Start Beam
(enter value)
End Beam
(enter value)
Area Out
Warn Out
 Select Digital IOs > IO Pin 2 > Inversion > Inverted.
8.5.3
Defining the filter depth
The filter depth is used to specify that an evaluation of the measurement values occurs only once the beam
states are stable over multiple measurement cycles.
Example: with a filter depth of “5”, five measurement cycles must be consistent before an evaluation is
performed. For further information, see also the description of interference suppression (see chapter 4.8).
For all digital process interfaces, the configuration can also be performed via the interface (see
chapter 9) or via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see chapter 11).
When configuring the filter depth, you can enter values of up to 255. Values above 255 (to 299)
are not accepted and must be entered again.
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Main Settings
Command
Teach
Reset
Factory Settings
Operational setting
Filter Depth
(enter value)
min = 1
max = 255
 Select Settings > Operational setting > Filter depth.
8.5.4
Defining the display properties
With these configurations for the display, the brightness and a time unit for darkening the display are
defined.
Visibility:
• Off: no display; the display remains dark until a button is pressed.
• Dark: text is only slightly visible.
• Normal: text is visible with good contrast.
• Bright: text appears very bright.
• Dynamic: The display darkens gradually over the number of seconds configured under Time Unit (s).
During this time span, the display passes through all levels, from bright to off.
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After approx. 5 minutes without button actuation, configuration mode is exited and the display
changes to the previous mode.
When configuring the Visibility in the dark, normal and bright modes, the display is completely
inverted after approx. 15 minutes to prevent the LEDs from burning in.
When configuring the Time Unit (s), you can enter values of up to 240 seconds. Values above
240 (to 299) are not accepted and must be entered again.
The structure of these configurations in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Display
Language
English
German
Mode
Process mode
Alignment
Visibility
Off
Dark
Time Unit (s)
(enter value)
min = 1
max = 240
French
Italian
Spanish
Normal
Bright
Dynamic
 Select Display > Visibility.
 Select Display > Time Unit (s).
8.5.5
Changing the language
The system language can be configured with this configuration.
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Display
Language
English
German
French
Italian
Spanish
 Select Display> Language.
8.5.6
Product information
With this configuration, you can read out product data (part number, type designation and other production-specific data) of the light curtain.
The structure of the configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Information
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Product name
CSL710-R05-320.A/L-M12
Product ID
Receiver part no. (e.g., 50119835)
Serial number
Receiver serial number (e.g., 01436000288)
Tx.transmitterID
Transmitter part no. (e.g., 50119407)
Tx.transmitterSN
Transmitter serial no. (e.g., 01436000289)
FW version
e.g., 01.61
HW version
e.g., A001
Kx version
e.g., P01.30e
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 Select Information.
8.5.7
Reset to factory settings
Factory settings can be restored with this configuration.
The structure of this menu item in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Description
Main Settings
Command
Teach
Reset
Factory Settings
 Select Main Settings > Command > Factory Settings.
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9
Starting up the CSL 710 with IO-Link interface
The configuration of an IO-Link interface involves the following steps on the receiver control panel and the
IO-Link master module of the control-specific configuration software.
The configuration described in the following is not necessary if you only use the switching outputs.
General prerequisites:
• The light curtain has been mounted (see chapter 6) and connected (see chapter 7) correctly.
• The basic configuration has been performed (see chapter 8).
9.1
Defining IO-Link configurations on the receiver control panel
The parameters for the IO-Link interface are configured with the configuration of the bit rate. By changing
the bit rate, the light curtain receives a new IO-Link device ID and must be operated with the compatible
IO Device Description (IODD).
NOTICE
Changes take effect immediately!
 The changes become effective directly (without restart), but are not automatically stored in non-volatile
memory.
 The IODD file is supplied with the device and is available for download at www.leuze.com.
Factory Settings
• Bit rate (COM2) = 38.4 kbit/s
The bit rate is configurable
• Process data length (PD length) and process data content are defined as follows (not configurable):
16 bit PD: vccc cccc aaaa aaaa
• v: PD validity or status information
• c: Measurement cycle counter
• a: Switching state of beam areas 8 … 1
The structure of this configuration in the receiver control panel menu is as follows:
Level 1
Level 2
Command
Operational setting
IO-Link
Description
Teach
Reset
Factory Settings
Parallel
Diagonal
Crossed-beam
Function reserve
High
Medium
Low
Blanking Teach
Inactive
Active
Power-Up Teach
Inactive
Active
Smoothing
(enter value)
Bit rate
COM3: 230.4 kbit/s COM2: 38.4 kbit/s
Filter Depth
(enter value)
Beam mode
Exit
 Select Main Settings > IO-Link > Bit rate.
The bit rate is configured.
Other possible configuration steps are performed via the Sensor Studio configuration software (see
chapter 11).
Process mode is configured via the IO-Link master module of the control-specific software.
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9.2
Defining configurations via the IO-Link master module of the PLC-specific software
General prerequisites:
• The light curtain has been mounted (see chapter 6) and connected (see chapter 7) correctly.
• The basic configuration has been performed (see chapter 8).
• IO-Link-specific basic configurations have been performed.
IO-Link bit rate selected
The IO Device Description (IODD) can be used both with connected light curtain for direct configuration or without connected light curtain for creating device configurations.
The IODD files are supplied with the product. It can also be downloaded from the Internet at
www.leuze.com.
 Open the configuration software of the IO-Link master module.
 Configure the following parameters:
- Beam mode (parallel-, diagonal-, crossed-beam)
- Blanking settings
- Teach settings
 Perform a teach. This is possible via the receiver control panel or the control group in the IO-Link process data (IO-Link object 2).
 If necessary, configure additional parameter/process data (see chapter 9.3).
 Save the configuration via the control group in the IO-Link process data (IO-Link object 2).
The IO-Link-specific configurations are performed and copied to the device. The device is prepared for
process mode.
9.3
Parameter/process data for IO-Link
The parameter data and process data are described in the IO-Link Device Description (IODD) file.
Details on the parameters and on the structure of the process data can be found in the .html document,
which is contained in the IODD zip file.
Overview
Group
Group name
Group 1
System commands (see page 57)
Group 2
CSL 710 status information (see page 57)
Group 3
Device description (see page 57)
Group 4
General configurations (see page 59)
Group 5
Blanking settings (see page 59)
Group 6
Teach settings (see page 61)
Group 7
Digital IO pin N settings (N = 2, 5, 6, 7) (see page 61)
Group 8
Autosplitting (see page 62)
Group 9
Configuration for block evaluation of beam areas (see page 63)
Group 10
Evaluation functions (see page 64)
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System commands (group 1)
The system commands trigger a direct action in the device.
Parameter
Index
System command
2
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
unsigned 8
WO
128, 130, 162,
163
Default Description
128: Reset device
130: Factory reset
162: Perform teach
163: Save settings
Notice:
Processing of the Save command takes up to
600 ms. During this time, no other data/telegrams
are accepted.
CSL 710 status information (group 2)
The status information consists of operating state information or error messages.
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
CSL 710i status information
72
0
unsigned 16
RO
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
Status of teach event
69
0
unsigned 8
RO
0, 1, 128
0
Alignment
70
0
record 32 bit,
isolated
access to
sub-index not
possible
RO
Signal level of last beam
70
1
(bit
offset
= 16)
unsigned 16
RO
0
Signal level of first beam
70
2
(bit
offset
= 0)
unsigned 16
RO
0
Operating state information or error messages
Status information on teach event
0: Teach successful
1: Teach running
128: Teaching error
Information on the signal level of the first and last
beam. The value changes depending on the
selected function reserve.
Device description (group 3)
The device description specifies the device characteristics, e.g., beam spacing, the number of
physical/logical individual beams, the number of cascades (16 individual beams) in the device
and the cycle time.
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Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Manufacturer name
16
0
string
32 bytes
RO
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
Manufacturer text
17
0
string
64 bytes
RO
Leuze electronic - the sensor people
Product name
18
0
string
64 bytes
RO
Receiver type designation
Product ID
19
0
string
20 bytes
RO
Order number of the receiver (8-digit)
Product text
20
0
string
64 bytes
RO
“Switching Light Curtain CSL 710”
Serial number
Receiver
21
0
string
16 bytes
RO
Serial number of the receiver for unique product
identification
Hardware version
22
0
string
20 bytes
RO
Firmware version
23
0
string
20 bytes
RO
User-specific name
24
0
string
32 bytes
RW
Device status
36
0
unsigned 8
R
Receiver part no.
64
0
string
20 bytes
RO
Order number of the receiver (8-digit)
Transmitter product designation
65
0
string
64 bytes
RO
Type designation
Transmitter part no.
66
0
string
20 bytes
RO
Order number of the transmitter (8-digit)
Transmitter serial number
67
0
string
16 bytes
RO
Transmitter serial number for unique product identification
Device characteristics
68
0
record 80 bit,
isolated
access to
sub-index not
possible
RO
The device characteristics specify the beam spacing, the number of physical/logical individual
beams, the number of cascades (16 individual
beams) in the device and the cycle time.
Beam spacing
68
1
(bit
offset
= 64)
unsigned 16
RO
Number of physical individual beams
68
2
(bit
offset
= 48)
unsigned 16
RO
16
Number of configured
logical individual beams
68
3
(bit
offset
= 32)
unsigned 16
RO
16
The number of logical individual beams is dependent on the selected operating mode.
The evaluation functions of the light curtain are calculated on the basis of the logical individual beams.
Number of optical cascades
68
4
(bit
offset
= 16)
unsigned 16
RO
1
The light curtain is modular. 16 individual beams
are always grouped into a cascade.
Device cycle time
68
5
(bit
offset
= 0)
unsigned 16
RO
1000
The device cycle time defines the duration of a
measurement cycle of the light curtain.
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Default Description
***
0…4
5, 10, 20, 40
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Device designation defined by the user
Value: 0 device is OK
Value: 1 maintenance required
Value: 2 outside of specifications
Value: 3 function test
Value: 4 error
5
Distance between two adjacent optical individual
beams.
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General configurations (group 4)
The type of scanning (parallel/diagonal/crossed beam), the minimum object diameter for evaluation (smoothing), and filter depth and button lock on the receiver control panel are configured
under group 4 “General configurations”.
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
General settings
71
0
record 32 bit,
isolated
access to
sub-index not
possible
RW
Beam mode
71
1
(bit
offset
= 24)
unsigned 8
RW
0…2
0
0: Parallel-beam scanning
1: Diagonal-beam scanning
2: Crossed-beam scanning
Smoothing
71
3
(bit
offset
= 8)
unsigned 8
RW
1 … 255
1
Smoothing:
Less than i interrupted beams are ignored.
Filter Depth
74
2
(bit
offset
= 16)
unsigned 8
RW
1 … 255
1
The filter depth indicates the necessary number of
consistent beam states before the evaluation of the
measurement values. The filter depth corresponds
to the number of passes with interrupted beam so
that the result leads to switching.
Switching level of the
inputs/outputs
77
0
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
1
0: Transistor, NPN
1: Transistor, PNP
Button lock and display
78
0
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
Lock operational controls on the device.
0: Enabled
1: Locked
Blanking settings (group 5)
Up to four beam areas can be deactivated. Deactivated beams can be assigned the logical
values 0, 1 or the value of the adjacent beam. With auto blanking activated, up to four beam areas are automatically suppressed during teaching.
Activate auto blanking only during commissioning of the device to suppress distracting objects.
Deactivate auto blanking in process mode.
For details on this topic see chapter 10.3.
NOTICE
Perform teach after changing the blanking configuration!
 Perform a teach after changing the blanking configuration.
A teach can be performed via the receiver control panel or via the teach command.
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Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
Blanking settings
73
0
record
208 bit, isolated access
to sub-index
not possible
RW
Number of auto-blanking
areas
73
1
(bit
offset
= 200)
unsigned 8
RW
0…4
0
Permissible number of auto-blanking areas
0: 0 auto-blanking areas
1: 1 auto-blanking area
2: 2 auto-blanking areas
3: 3 auto-blanking areas
4: 4 auto-blanking areas
Auto blanking (during
teaching)
73
2
(bit
offset
= 192)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Not active (manual blanking area configuration)
1: Active (automatic area configuration through
teach)
Logical value for blanking
area 1
73
3
(bit
offset
= 176)
unsigned 16
RW
0…4
0
0: No beams blanked
1: Logical value 0 for blanked beams
2: Logical value 1 for blanked beams
3: Logical value = same as adjacent beam with
lower beam number
4: Logical value = same as adjacent beam with
higher beam number
Start beam of blanking
area 1
73
4
(bit
offset
= 160)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
1
End beam of blanking
area 1
73
5
(bit
offset
= 160)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
1
Logical value for blanking
area 2
73
6
(bit
offset
= 128)
unsigned 16
RW
0…4
0
Start beam of blanking
area 2
73
7
(bit
offset
= 112)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
1
End beam of blanking
area 2
73
8
(bit
offset
= 96)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
1
......
....
....
..
..
..
.......
......
....
....
..
..
..
.......
Logical value for blanking
area 4
73
12
(bit
offset
= 32)
unsigned 16
RW
0…4
0
0: No beams blanked
1: Logical value 0 for blanked beams
2: Logical value 1 for blanked beams
3: Logical value = same as adjacent beam with
lower beam number
4: Logical value = same as adjacent beam with
higher beam number
Start beam of blanking
area 4
73
13
(bit
offset
= 16)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
1
End beam of blanking
area 4
73
14
(bit
offset
= 0)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
1
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1: Logical value 0 for blanked beams
2: Logical value 1 for blanked beams
3: Logical value = same as adjacent beam with
lower beam number
4: Logical value = same as adjacent beam with
higher beam number
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Teach settings (group 6)
In most applications, it is recommended that teach values be stored in non-volatile memory (remanent).
Depending on the function reserve selected for the teach event, the sensitivity is higher or lower
(high function reserve = low sensitivity; low function reserve = high sensitivity).
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
Teach Settings
74
0
record 32 bit,
isolated
access to
sub-index not
possible
RW
Type of storage for teach
values
74
1
(bit
offset
= 16)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Non-volatile storage of teach values
1: Teach values stored only while voltage is ON
Sensitivity adjustment for
teach event
74
2
(bit
offset
= 8)
unsigned 8
RW
0…2
0
Sensitivity of the measurement system:
0: High function reserve (for stable operation)
1: Medium function reserve
2: Low function reserve
Power-Up Teach
74
3
(bit
offset
= 0)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Deactivated
1: Activated - teach when applying operating voltage
Digital IO pin N settings (N = 2, 5, 6, 7) (group 7)
In this group, the inputs/outputs can be set to positive switching (PNP) or to negative switching
(NPN). The switching behavior applies the same for all inputs/outputs.
The inputs/outputs can be configured via this group: pin 2, pin 5, pin 6, pin 7.
In this group, the beam areas can be mapped to the switching outputs and assigned a time function.
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
Digital IO Pin 2 Settings
80
0
record 32 bit,
isolated
access to
sub-index not
possible
RW
Switching behavior
80
1
(bit
offset
= 16)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Normal - light switching
1: Inverted - dark switching
IO Function
80
2
(bit
offset
= 8)
unsigned 8
RW
0…4
2
0: Not active
1: Trigger input
2: Teach input
3: Switching output (area 1 … 8)
4: Warning output
Operating mode of the
time module
80
1
(bit
offset
= 48)
unsigned 8
RW
0…4
0
0: Not active
1: Start-up delay
2: Switch-off delay
3: Pulse stretching
4: Pulse suppression
Time constant for
selected function
80
2
(bit
offset
= 32)
unsigned 8
RW
0 … 65,000
0
Unit: ms
Configuration of pin 2
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Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Area mapping 8 … 1
80
6
(bit
offset
= 0)
unsigned 8
RW
......
....
....
..
Value range
Default Description
0b000
00001
..
..
.......
Configuration of pin 7
Digital IO Pin 7 Settings
83
0
record 32 bit,
isolated
access to
sub-index not
possible
RW
Switching behavior
83
2
(bit
offset
= 16)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Normal - light switching
1: Inverted - dark switching
IO Function
83
2
(bit
offset
= 8)
unsigned 8
RW
0…4
4
0: Not active
1: Trigger input
2: Teach input
3: Switching output (area 1 … 8)
4: Warning output
Operating mode of the
time module
83
1
(bit
offset
= 48)
unsigned 8
RW
0…4
0
0: Not active
1: Start-up delay
2: Switch-off delay
3: Pulse stretching
4: Pulse suppression
Time constant for
selected function
83
2
(bit
offset
= 32)
unsigned 16
RW
0 … 65,000
8
Unit: ms
Area mapping 8 … 1
83
6
(bit
offset
= 0)
unsigned 8
RW
0b000
00001
Autosplitting (group 8)
In this group, it is possible to split all logical beams into areas of identical size. The fields of areas
1 … 8 are thereby automatically configured.
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
Automatic splitting
76
0
unsigned 1
6
RW
1…8
1: (active: all
beams free - not
active: = one
beam interrupted)
1:
(active
: all
beams
free not
active:
= one
beam
interrupted)
Splitting of all logical beams into areas of identical
size according to the number of areas set under
“Number of areas”. The fields of areas 1 … 8 are
thereby automatically configured.
0: OR combination
1: AND combination
257 … 264
2: (active: one
beam free - not
active: = all
beams interrupted)
Evaluation of the beams
in the area
76
1
(bit
offset
= 8)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
Number of areas (evenly
split)
76
2
(bit
offset
= 0)
unsigned 8
RW
1…8
1
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not active: ≥ one beam interrupted)
1: One area
…
8: Eight areas
2: (active: one beam free –
not active: = all beams interrupted)
257: One area
…
264: Eight areas
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Configuration for block evaluation of beam areas (group 9)
In this group, a detailed area configuration can be displayed and a beam area configured for the
block evaluation.
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
Teach height area
75
0
unsigned 8
RW
0…7
0
Display detailed area
configuration
77
0
unsigned 8
WO
1…8
Configuration of area 01
90
1
record
112 bit, isolated access
to sub-index
not possible
RW
Area
90
1
(bit
offset
= 104)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Not active
1: Active
Active beam
90
1
(bit
offset
= 96)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Light switching (beam is active if light path is
free)
1: Dark switching (beam is active if light path is
interrupted)
Start beam of the area
90
1
(bit
offset
= 80)
unsigned 8
RW
1 … 1774
1
End beam of the area
90
1
(bit
offset
= 64)
unsigned 8
RW
1 … 1774
1
Number of active beams
for area ON
90
1
(bit
offset
= 48)
unsigned 16
RW
0 … 1774
0
Number of active beams
for area OFF
90
1
(bit
offset
= 32)
unsigned 16
RW
0 … 1774
0
......
....
....
..
..
..
.......
......
....
....
..
..
..
.......
Active: all beams free
Not active: at least one beam interrupted
1: Area 1
…
8: Area 8
Select the desired area (1 … 8) for which the configuration is to be edited in detail.
0: Area 01
1: Area 02
2: Area 03
…
7: Area 08
Configuration of area 1
Configuration of the area: definition of the status
conditions so that the area takes on a logical 1 or 0.
For diagonal- or crossed-beam mode, the numbers
of the logical beams are to be entered.
Configuration of area 08
Configuration of area 08
97
8
record
112 bit, isolated access
to sub-index
not possible
RW
Area
97
8
(bit
offset
= 104)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Not active
1: Active
Active beam
97
8
(bit
offset
= 96)
unsigned 8
RW
0…1
0
0: Light switching (beam is active if light path is
free)
1: Dark switching (beam is active if light path is
interrupted)
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Configuration of the area: definition of the status
conditions so that the area takes on a logical 1 or 0.
For diagonal- or crossed-beam mode, the numbers
of the logical beams are to be entered.
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Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Value range
Default Description
Start beam of the area
97
8
(bit
offset
= 80)
unsigned 8
RW
1 … 1774
1
End beam of the area
97
8
(bit
offset
= 64)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
1
Number of active beams
for area ON
97
8
(bit
offset
= 48)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
0
Number of active beams
for area OFF
97
8
(bit
offset
= 32)
unsigned 16
RW
1 … 1774
0
Evaluation functions (group 10)
In this group, all evaluation functions can be configured.
The beam-stream values are updated in 1-second cycles.
Parameter
Index
Subindex
Data type
Access
Evaluation function
40
0
unsigned 16
RO
16 bit process data (PD):
vccc cccc aaaa aaaa
v: PD validity or status information
c: Measurement cycle counter
a: Switching state of areas 8 … 1
Beam-stream
100
0
array
RO
8 bytes
Bit N = 0: beam (N-1) assigned
Bit N = 1: beam (N-1) free
Beam-stream
101
0
array
RO
16 bytes
Beam-stream
102
0
array
RO
32 bytes
Beam-stream
103
0
array
RO
64 bytes
Beam-stream
104
0
array
RO
128 bytes
Beam-stream
105
0
array
RO
222 bytes
Beam-stream mask
106
0
array
RO
222 bytes
Bit N = 0: beam (N-1) is suppressed
Bit N = 1: beam (N-1) is active
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Default Description
64
Example configurations
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Example configurations
10.1
Example configuration - Mapping of beams 1 … 32 to output pin 2
10.1.1 Configuration of area/output mapping (general)
The following table shows an example configuration for an area mapping to an output. In this example,
beams 1 … 32 are to be applied to output pin 2 on interface X1.
 Map beams 1 … 32 to area 01.
Description / variables
Display detailed area configuration
Value: 0 = area 01
Configuration of area 01
Area
Value: 1 = active
Logical behavior of the area Value: 0
Normal - light switching
(i.e., switching if beams are
free)
Value: 1
Inverted - dark switching
(i.e., switching if beams are
interrupted)
Value: 0
Normal - light switching
Value: 1
Inverted - dark switching
Start beam of the area
Value:
1
1
1
1
End beam of the area
Value:
32
32
32
32
Number of active beams for
area ON
Value:
32
32
1
1
Number of active beams for
area OFF
Value:
31
31
0
0
Switching behavior
Value: 0 = normal - light
switching (i.e., switching if
beams are free)
Output 1 if all beams are
free.
Output 0 if a beam is interrupted or if more than a
beam are interrupted.
Output 0 if all beams are
free or 1 … 31 beams are
free.
Output 1 only if 32 beams
are interrupted.
Output 1 if all beams are
free or as long as 31 beams
are free.
Output 0 if 32 beams are
interrupted.
Output 0 if all beams are
free.
Output 1 as soon as a
beam is interrupted.
Switching behavior
Value: 1 = inverted - dark
switching (i.e., switching if
beams are interrupted)
Output 0 if all beams are
free.
Output 1 if one or more
beams are interrupted.
Output 1 if all beams are
free or 1 … 31 beams are
free.
Output 0 only if 32 beams
are interrupted.
Output 0 if all beams are
free or as long as 1 … 31
beams are free.
Output 1 if 32 beams are
interrupted.
Output 1 if all beams are
free.
Output 0 as soon as a
beam is interrupted.
OR function
AND function
 Configure pin 2 as area output.
Description / variables
Digital IO settings
IO Function
Value: 3 = area output (area 1 … 8)
The area output signals the logical states of beam
areas 1 … 8
 Map pin 2 to configured area 1.
Digital Output 2 Settings
Area mapping 8 … 1
(OR combination)
0b00000001
Every area is displayed as a bit.
Possible additional area-to-pin configurations:
 Map pin 2 to configured area 8.
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Digital Output 2 Settings
Area mapping 8 … 1
(OR combination)
0b10000000
 Map the configured areas 1 and 8 to the corresponding switching output.
Digital Output 2 Settings
Area mapping 8 … 1
(OR combination)
10.2
0b10000001
Example configuration– Teach height area
The following tables show an example configuration for teaching two height areas and the assignment of
two outputs.
• Height area 01 is to be applied to output pin 2 of interface X1.
• Height area 02 is to be applied to output pin 5 of interface X1.
 Teach height area 1.
A height area is automatically defined using an object.
When teaching a height area, all free beams are combined into one height area.
To define the entire beam area as a height area, a height area is taught without an object.
Description / variables
Configuration of beams in areas
Teach height area
Value: area 1
Active: all beams free
Not active: one beam interrupted
All free beams are configured as area 1.
 Configure pin 2 as area output.
Description / variables
Digital IO settings
IO Function
Value: 3 = area output (area 1 … 8)
The area output signals the logical states of beam
areas 1 … 8.
 Map pin 2 to configured height area 1.
Description / variables
Configuration of pin 2
Area mapping 8 … 1
(OR combination)
0b00000001
Every area is displayed as a bit.
Value: area 2
Active: all beams free
Not active: one beam interrupted
All free beams are configured as area 2.
 Teach height area 2.
Description / variables
Configuration of beams in areas
Teach height
 Configure pin 5 as area output.
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Description / variables
Digital IO settings
IO Function
Value: 3 = area output (area 1 … 8)
The area output signals the logical states of beam
areas 1 … 8
 Map pin 5 to configured height area 2.
Description / variables
Configuration of pin 5
Area mapping 8 … 1
(OR combination)
10.3
0b00000010
Example configuration - Activating and deactivating blanking areas
10.3.1 Configuration of blanking areas (general)
 Perform the following settings to activate or deactivate blanking areas.
Example: automatic blanking of two areas during teaching
Blanking settings
System commands
Parameter Number of auto blanking areas:
=2
(two blanking areas permitted)
Parameter Auto blanking (during teaching):
=1
(automatic blanking-area configuration active)
Parameter Teach command:
=1
(execute teach command)
Parameter Number of auto blanking areas:
=0
(no blanking areas permitted)
Parameter Auto blanking (during teaching):
=0
(automatic blanking area configuration not active)
Parameter Function for blanking area/logical value
for blanking area 1:
=0
(no beams blanked)
Parameter Function for blanking area/logical value
for blanking area 2:
=0
(no beams blanked)
Parameter Teach command:
=1
(execute teach command)
=4
(Beams are taken into account in the evaluation once
there are four or more interrupted beams)
Example: Deactivation/resetting of auto blanking
Blanking settings
Blanking settings
System commands
10.4
Example configuration – smoothing
10.4.1 Smoothing configuration (general)
 Make the following settings for smoothing.
Example: Smoothing of four interrupted beams
Smoothing settings
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beams are ignored:
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Connecting to a PC – Sensor Studio
The Sensor Studio configuration software – in combination with an IO-Link USB master – provides a
graphical user interface for the operation, configuration and diagnosis of sensors with IO-Link configuration
interface (IO-Link devices), independent of the selected process interface.
Each IO-Link device is described by a corresponding IO Device Description (IODD file). After importing the
IODD file into the configuration software, the IO-Link device connected to the IO-Link USB master can be
operated, configured and checked – conveniently and in multiple languages. An IO-Link device that is not
connected to the PC can be configured offline.
Configurations can be saved and reopened as projects for transferring back to the IO-Link device at a later
time.
Only use the Sensor Studio
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configuration
software
for
products
manufactured
by
The Sensor Studio configuration software is offered in the following languages: German, English, French, Italian and Spanish.
The FDT frame application of the Sensor Studio supports all languages; all languages may not
be supported in the IO-Link device DTM (Device Type Manager).
The Sensor Studio configuration software is designed according to the FDT/DTM concept:
• Make individual configuration settings for the light curtain in the Device Type Manager (DTM).
• The individual DTM configurations of a project can be called up via the frame application of the Field
Device Tool (FDT).
• Communication DTM: IO-Link USB master
• Device DTM: IO-Link device/IODD for CSL 710
NOTICE
Configuration changes only via the control!
 Always perform the configuration for process mode via the control and, if applicable, the interface.
In process mode, only the configuration conveyed via the control is active. The configuration changes
made via Sensor Studio are only active in process mode if they were previously transmitted 1:1 to the
control.
Procedure for the installation of the software and hardware:
 Install the Sensor Studio configuration software on the PC.
 Install the driver for the IO-Link USB master on the PC.
 Connect the IO-Link USB master to the PC.
 Connect the CSL 710 (IO-Link device) to the IO-Link USB master.
 Install IO-Link device DTM with IODD file for CSL 710 in the Sensor Studio FDT frame.
11.1
System requirements
To use the Sensor Studio configuration software, you need a PC or laptop with the following specifications:
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Table 11.1:
System requirements for Sensor Studio installation
Operating system
Computer
Windows 7
Windows 8
•
•
•
•
Processor type: 1 GHz or higher
USB interface
CD drive
Main memory
• 1 GB RAM (32-bit operating system)
• 2 GB RAM (64-bit operating system)
• Keyboard and mouse or touchpad
Graphics card
DirectX 9 graphic device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver
Additionally required
capacity for Sensor
Studio and IO-Link
device DTM
350 MB hard drive memory
64 MB main memory
Administrator privileges on the PC are necessary for installing Sensor Studio.
11.2
Installing Sensor Studio configuration software and IO-Link USB master
The installation of the Sensor Studio configuration software is done via supplied data carrier
Sensor Studio & IO-Link USB master.
For subsequent updates, you can find the most recent version of the Sensor Studio configuration
software on the Internet at www.leuze.com
11.2.1 Installing the Sensor Studio FDT frame
NOTICE
First install the software!
 Do not yet connect the IO-Link USB master to the PC.
First install the software.
If FDT frame software is already installed on your PC, you do not need the Sensor Studio installation.
You can install the communication DTM (IO-Link USB master) and the device DTM (IO-Link device CSL 710) in the existing FDT frame.
 Start the PC and insert the Sensor Studio & IO-Link USB Master data carrier.
The language selection menu starts automatically.
If the language selection menu does not start automatically, double-click the start.exe file.
 Select a language for the interface text in the Installation Wizard and software.
The installation options are displayed.
 Select Leuze electronic Sensor Studio and follow the instructions on the screen.
The Installation Wizard installs the software and places a shortcut on the desktop (
).
11.2.2 Installing drivers for IO-Link USB master
 Select the IO-Link USB Master installation option and follow the instruction on the screen.
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The Installation Wizard installs the software and places a shortcut on the desktop (
).
11.2.3 Connecting IO-Link USB master to the PC
The light curtain is connected to the PC via the IO-Link USB master (see table 16.4).
 Connect the IO-Link USB master to the plug-in power supply unit or the mains supply.
Included in the delivery contents of the IO-Link USB master is a USB interconnection cable for
connecting the PC to the IO-Link USB master as well as a plug-in power supply unit and a short
description.
The mains supply of the IO-Link USB master via the plug-in power supply unit is only activated
if IO-Link USB master and PC are connected via the USB interconnection cable.
 Connect the PC to the IO-Link USB master.
2
3
1
1
2
3
IO-Link USB master
Plug-in power supply unit
PC
Figure 11.1: PC connection via the IO-Link USB master
 The wizard for searching for new hardware starts and installs the driver for the IO-Link USB master on
the PC.
11.2.4 Connect the IO-Link USB master to the light curtain
Prerequisites:
• IO-Link USB master and PC are connected via the USB interconnection cable.
• IO-Link USB master is connected to the mains supply with the plug-in power supply unit.
NOTICE
Connect the plug-in power supply unit for IO-Link USB master!
 To connect a light curtain, the plug-in power supply unit must be connected to the IO-Link USB master
and the mains supply.
The voltage supply via the USB interface of the PC is permissible only for IO-devices with a current
consumption of up to 40 mA at 24 V.
Included in the delivery contents of the IO-Link USB master is a USB interconnection cable for
connecting the PC to the IO-Link USB master as well as a plug-in power supply unit and a short
description.
The voltage supply of the IO-Link USB master and the light curtain via the plug-in power supply
unit is only activated if IO-Link USB master and PC are connected via the USB interconnection
cable.
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 Connect the IO-Link USB master to the receiver.
 CSL 710 with IO-Link interface:
Connect the IO-Link USB master to interface X1 on the receiver with the connection cable (see
figure 11.2).
The
(see connection
table 16.5).cable is not included in the delivery contents and must be ordered separately if needed
1
3
4
2
1
2
3
4
Receiver
IO-Link USB master
Plug-in power supply unit
PC
Figure 11.2: CSL 710 connection to the IO-Link USB master
11.2.5 Installing the DTM and IODD
Prerequisites:
• The light curtain is connected to the PC via the IO-Link USB master.
• FDT frame and driver for IO-Link USB master are installed on the PC.
 Select the IO-Link device DTM (User Interface) installation option and follow the instructions on the
screen.
The Installation Wizard installs the DTM and the IO Device Description (IODD) for the light curtain.
DTM and IODD for all IO-Link devices currently available from Leuze electronic are installed.
11.3
Starting the Sensor Studio
configuration software
Prerequisites:
• The light curtain has been mounted (see chapter 6) and connected (see chapter 7) correctly.
• The Sensor Studio configuration software is installed on the PC (see chapter 11.2 "Installing
Sensor Studio configuration software and IO-Link USB master").
• The light curtain is connected to the PC via the IO-Link USB master (see chapter 11.2 "Installing
Sensor Studio configuration software and IO-Link USB master").
 Start the Sensor Studio configuration software by double-clicking the Sensor Studio icon (
).
The mode selection of the Project Wizard is displayed
 Select the Device selection without communication connection (offline) configuration mode and click on
[Next].
The Project Wizard displays the device selection list of the configurable devices.
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Figure 11.3: Device selection for CSL 710i switching light curtain
 Select the connected light curtain according to the configuration in the device selection and click on
[Next].
The device description in the device selection list contains the value for the bit rate configuration parameter for the respective light curtain. Factory setting on delivery: COM2
The device manager (DTM) of the connected light curtain starts with the offline view for the Sensor Studio
configuration project.
 Establish the online connection to the connected light curtain.
In the Sensor Studio FDT frame, click on the [Establish connection with device] button (
In the Sensor Studio FDT frame, click on the [Online parameters] button (
).
).
The IO-Link USB master synchronizes with the connected light curtain and the current configuration data
and measurement data are displayed in the device manager (DTM).
 The menus of the Sensor Studio device manager (DTM) can be used to change or read out the configuration of the connected light curtain.
The user interface of the Sensor Studio device manager (DTM) is largely self-explanatory.
The online help system provides information on the menu items and adjustment parameters. Select the
Help menu item in the menu [?].
Error message when [establishing connection with the device]
If the device selected in the device selection list of the Sensor Studio Project Wizard does not match the
configuration (bit rate) of the connected light curtain, an error message is displayed.
Under IDENTIFICATION > CxL-7XX Device IDs, you will find a list with the assignment of the device IDs
displayed in the error message to the device description in the device selection list.
 Change the device selection in the device selection list according to the configuration (bit rate) of the
connected light curtain.
Alternatively, you can set the configuration (bit rate) of the light curtain in the receiver control panel corresponding to the device selection in the Device selection list.
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 In the Sensor Studio FDT frame, click on the [Establish connection with device] button (
11.4
).
Short description of the Sensor Studio configuration software
This chapter contains information and explanations on the individual menu items and adjustment parameters of the Sensor Studio configuration software and the device manager (DTM) for CSL 710 switching
light curtains.
This chapter does not include a complete description of the Sensor Studio configuration software.
Complete information on the FDT frame menu and on the functions in the device manager (DTM)
can be found in the online help system.
The device managers (DTM) for light curtains of the Sensor Studio configuration software have the
following main menus and functions:
• IDENTIFICATION (see chapter 11.4.2)
• CONFIGURATION (see chapter 11.4.3)
• PROCESS (see chapter 11.4.4)
• DIAGNOSIS (see chapter 11.4.5)
The online help system displays information on the menu items and adjustment parameters for
each function. Select the Help menu item in the menu [?]
11.4.1 FDT frame menu
You can find complete information on the FDT frame menu in the online help system. Select the
Help menu item in the menu [?].
11.4.2 IDENTIFICATION function
• Operating information: Information on operating the device manager (DTM)
• Technical description: The available original operating instructions of the device in pdf format
• CSL-7XX: Table with the assignment of device IDs to the device description in the device selection
list in the Sensor Studio Project Wizard.
The information is needed if an error message is displayed when connecting with the device.
11.4.3 CONFIGURATION function
• Save permanently: Configuration changes via Sensor Studio are effective immediately but are lost if
the device is de-energized.
With Save permanently, the configuration set via Sensor Studio is stored in non-volatile memory in
the device.
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NOTICE
Configuration for process mode only via the control!
 Always perform the configuration for process mode via the control and, if applicable, the interface.
In process mode, only the configuration conveyed via the control is active. The configuration changes
made via Sensor Studio are only active in process mode if they were previously transmitted 1:1 to the
control.
• Teach: The sensitivity of the teach event (see chapter 8.2 "Teaching the environmental conditions")
can only be set via the Sensor Studio configuration software.
): The configuration is uploaded from the device to the
• Upload device data set from device (
device manager (DTM), e.g., to update the online view in Sensor Studio after the configuration was
changed via the receiver control panel.
• Upload device data set from device (
) / Synchronize with device (
):
• If the [Upload device data set from device] button (
) is displayed in the device manager
(DTM), the Sensor Studio display shows the current configuration of the light curtain.
• If the [Synchronize with device] button (
) is displayed in the device manager (DTM), the
Sensor Studio display is not consistent with the current configuration of the light curtain.
If parameters are changed in the device manager (DTM) that affect other parameters (e.g., if
changing the beam mode causes the configured logical beams to change), the changes to these
parameters are configured in the device – but are not yet displayed in the Sensor Studio display.
Click on the [Synchronize with device] button (
) to synchronize the Sensor Studio display with
the current configuration of the light curtain. Following successful synchronization, the [Upload
device data set from device] button (
) is displayed in the device manager(DTM).
11.4.4 PROCESS function
• The Process function offers graphical visualizations of the process data of the connected light curtain.
• [Cyclical refresh] button (
): Starts the cyclical acquisition of the measurement data, which are
graphically depicted under Numerical display, Beam-stream display and Areas and outputs. Each
graphical display covers up to 300 seconds.
• Beam-stream display: Using the [Show or hide the graphical cursor] button (
), you can move the
graphical cursor in the visualization, e.g., to evaluate the time difference between two events.
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Figure 11.4: Graphical visualization: Beam-stream display
11.4.5 DIAGNOSIS function
The DIAGNOSIS function offers the following commands.
• Reset device, i.e., restart the connected light curtain
• Store configuration in non-volatile memory (see chapter 11.4.3)
11.4.6 Exiting Sensor Studio
After completing the configuration settings, close the Sensor Studio configuration software
 Exit the program via File > Exit.
 Save the configuration settings as a configuration project on the PC.
You can open the configuration project again at later time via File > Open or via the Sensor Studio Project
Wizard (
).
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Troubleshooting
12.1
What to do in case of error?
After switching on the light curtain, display elements (see chapter 3.4) assist in checking the proper function and troubleshooting.
In case of error, you can determine the error from the LED displays. With the error message you can determine the cause of the error and initiate measures to rectifying it.
NOTICE
If the light curtain responds with an error display, you will often be able to eliminate the cause yourself!
 Switch off the system and leave it switched off.
 Analyze and eliminate the cause of the fault using the following table.
 If you are unable to rectify the fault, contact the Leuze electronic branch responsible for you or call the
Leuze electronic customer service (see chapter 14 "Service and support").
12.2
Operating displays of the LEDs
Table 12.1:
Receiver LED displays - state and causes
LED green
LED yellow
State
Possible cause
ON
(continuous
light)
-
Sensor ready
OFF
OFF
Sensor not ready
Interruption of the operating voltage;
Light curtain in start-up phase
OFF
Flashing
(15 Hz)
Missing function reserve
Soiling of the lens covers
Misalignment of transmitter or
receiver
Operating range exceeded
Flashing synchronously
(3 Hz)
Teach running
Flashing synchronously
(9 Hz)
Teach error
Soiling of the lens covers
Operating range exceeded
Flashing alternately (9 Hz)
System error
No connection between transmitter
and receiver
Operating voltage too low
Receiver is not compatible with the
transmitter
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Table 12.2:
LED displays - causes and measures
Faults
Possible cause
Measure
Teach error
Soiling of the lens covers
Clean the lens cover on the receiver
Poor alignment of transmitter and and on the transmitter.
receiver
Check alignment.
Function reserve too low
Poor alignment of transmitter and Adjust alignment.
receiver
Test with shorter distance between
Soiling of the lens covers
transmitter and receiver.
Clean the lens cover on the receiver
and on the transmitter.
Alignment signal too low
Poor alignment of transmitter and Adjust alignment.
receiver
Test with shorter distance between
Soiling of the lens covers
transmitter and receiver.
Clean the lens cover on the receiver
and on the transmitter.
Outputs are not active or
change their state without a
contour change in the measurement field
Configuration data is read or writ- End configuration communication.
ten
During teaching, the system checks whether the signals of all beams are within a certain corridor.
If there are considerable deviations in the signal strength, this results in a teaching error and is
indicated on the LEDs. The cause may be partial soiling of the lens cover.
Measure: clean the lens covers on the transmitter and receiver!
12.3
Error codes in the display
The following error messages can be output in the form of error codes in the device display.
Table 12.3:
Normal mode
Error code
Description
RxS 0x0100
CxL in normal mode, start-up phase still running
RxS 0x0180
CxL reconfigures itself after a configuration. Process data is invalid.
RxS 0x0190
The measurement system is not active (after a stop command or missing trigger pulse).
RxS 0x0200
The “Leuze AutoControl ACON function” has detected soiling.
RxS 0x0300
Teach parameters have been changed (teaching must be done) or default values are
active.
RxS 0x0FFF
CxL shuts down. Process data is invalid.
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Table 12.4:
Warnings
Error code
Description
RxS 0x1000
CxL in teach mode, no new
process data available
RxS 0x1100
RxS 0x11xy
Teaching error
CxL could not end teach, no
new process data available
RxS 0x111x
Blanking error
RxS 0x112x
Error due to weak signal
RxS 0x113x
Internal error
Table 12.5:
Possible cause (s)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Distance between transmitter and receiver too large
Poor alignment
Soiling
Extraneous light, especially mutual interference
Beams are interrupted, but blanking is deactivated
The maximum number of blanking areas is not sufficient
• The number of beams to be blanked is greater than
or equal to the number of all logical beams
Errors (can be corrected)
Error code
Description
Measures
RxS 0x2000
No communication possible between transmitter and
receiver.
Check cable.
RxS 0x2001
Receiver/transmitter inconsistency.
The receiver is not compatible with the transmitter.
Replace transmitter.
RxS 0x2100
The supply voltage is not sufficient.
Check voltage supply.
RxS 0x2200
EEPROM data corrupt.
Reset device to factory settings.
RxS 0x23xy
Configuration error.
xy gives information on the type of configuration error.
Contact service (see
chapter 14).
Reset device to factory settings.
Check parameters and
parameter relation.
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Table 12.6:
Serious errors (cannot be corrected)
Faults
Description
RxS 0x3000
Hardware error, no details available
RxS 0x3001
Hardware error, transmitter 9V supply
RxS 0x3002
Hardware error, transmitter 5V supply
RxS 0x3003
Hardware error, receiver 5V supply
RxS 0x3004
Hardware error, transmitter cascade
No transmitter cascade or different LED number of transmitter and receiver
RxS 0x3005
Hardware error, receiver cascade
No receiver cascade or different LED number of transmitter
and receiver
RxS 0x3006
Hardware error, transmitter
RxS 0x3007
Hardware error, inter-controller communication is interrupted
RxS 0x3100
RxS 0x3101
Error in the factory settings. Can only be rectified by reprogramming the device firmware.
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Return device following
consultation with Service
department (see
chapter 14).
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13
Care, maintenance and disposal
13.1
Cleaning
In the event of dust build-up on the sensor:
 Clean the sensor with a soft cloth; use a cleaning agent (commercially available glass cleaner) if necessary.
NOTICE
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents!
 Do not use aggressive cleaning agents such as thinner or acetone for cleaning the light curtains.
Use of improper cleaning agents can damage the lens cover.
13.2
Servicing
Usually, the light curtain does not require any maintenance by the operator.
Repairs to the device must only be carried out by the manufacturer.
 For repairs, contact your responsible Leuze electronic subsidiary or Leuze electronic customer service
(see chapter 14).
13.2.1 Firmware update
A firmware update can only be performed by Leuze electronic customer service on-site or at the company
headquarters.
 For firmware updates, contact your responsible Leuze electronic subsidiary or Leuze electronic customer service (see chapter 14).
13.3
Disposing
For disposal observe the applicable national regulations regarding electronic components.
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Service and support
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Service and support
Telephone number for 24-hour standby service:
+49 (0) 7021 573-0
Service hotline:
+49 (0) 7021 573-123
Monday to Thursday, 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. (UTC+1)
Friday, 8.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. (UTC+1)
E-mail:
[email protected]
Return address for repairs:
Service Center
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG
In der Braike 1
D-73277 Owen / Germany
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Technical data
15.1
General specifications
Table 15.1:
Optical data
Light source
LED (modulated light)
Wavelength
850 nm (infrared light)
Table 15.2:
Measurement field data: Operating range limit and measurement field length of the
CSL 710i
Typ. op. range limit a) [m]
Measurement field length b) [mm]
min.
max.
min.
max.
5
0.1
4.0
160
2960
10
0.2
8.0
160
2880
20
0.2
8.0
150
2870
40
0.2
8.0
290
2850
Beam spacing [mm]
a) Typ. operating range limit: min./max. attainable range without function reserve for parallel-beam scanning.
b) Measurement field lengths and beam spacings specified in fixed rasters, see ordering table.
Table 15.3:
Operating ranges CSL 710
Beam spacing [mm]
Operating range [m]
Parallel-beam
Operating range [m]
Diagonal-beam
Operating range [m]
Crossed-beam
min.
max.
min.
max.
min.
max.
5
0.1
3.0
0.2
2.2
0.2
1.9
10
0.3
6.0
0.3
4.5
0.3
3.8
20
0.3
6.0
0.3
4.5
0.3
3.8
40
0.3
6.0
0.6
4.5
0.6
3.8
Table 15.4:
CSL 710 profile and measurement field lengths
Measurement field
length B [mm]
Measurement field
length B [mm]
Measurement field
length B [mm]
Measurement field
length B [mm]
Profile length L
[mm]
with beam spacing A with beam spacing A with beam spacing A with beam spacing A
5 mm
10 mm
20 mm
40 mm
160
160
150
-
168
240
-
-
-
248
320
320
310
290
328
400
-
-
-
408
480
480
470
-
488
560
-
-
-
568
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Measurement field
length B [mm]
Measurement field
length B [mm]
Measurement field
length B [mm]
Measurement field
length B [mm]
Profile length L
[mm]
with beam spacing A with beam spacing A with beam spacing A with beam spacing A
5 mm
10 mm
20 mm
40 mm
640
640
630
610
648
720
-
-
-
728
800
800
790
880
-
-
-
888
960
960
950
930
968
1040
-
-
-
1048
1120
1120
1110
-
1128
1200
-
-
-
1208
1280
1280
1270
1250
1288
1360
-
-
-
1368
1440
1440
1430
-
1448
1520
-
-
-
1528
1600
1600
1590
1570
1608
1680
-
-
-
1688
1760
1760
1750
-
1768
1840
-
-
-
1848
1920
1920
1910
1890
1928
2000
-
-
-
2008
2080
2080
2070
-
2088
2160
-
-
-
2168
2240
2240
2230
2210
2248
2320
-
-
-
2328
2400
2400
2390
-
2408
2480
-
-
-
2488
2560
2560
2550
2530
2568
2640
-
-
-
2648
2720
2720
2710
-
2728
2800
-
-
-
2808
2880
2880
2870
2850
2888
2960
-
-
-
2968
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Table 15.5:
Data on the time behavior of the CSL 710
Response time per beam a)
30 µs
Readiness delay
≤ 400 ms
a) cycle time = number of beams x 0.03 ms + 0.4 ms. The minimum cycle time is 1 ms.
Table 15.6:
Electrical data
Operating voltage UB
18 … 30 VDC (incl. residual ripple)
Residual ripple
≤ 15 % within the limits of UB
Open-circuit current
see table 0.13
Table 15.7:
Open-circuit current CSL 710
Measurement field length Current consumption [mA] (without load at switching output)
[mm]
at UB 24 VDC
at UB 18 VDC
at UB 30 VDC
160
135
165
125
320
165
200
145
640
215
275
190
960
270
345
235
1440
350
455
300
1920
435
650
365
2880
600
780
500
Table 15.8:
Interface data
inputs/outputs
4 pins can be configured as input or output
Switching output current
Max. 100 mA
Signal voltage active/not active
≥ 8V/ ≤ 2V
Activation delay
≤ 1 ms
Input resistance
approx. 6 k Ω
Digital interfaces
IO-Link (230.4 kbit/s; 38.4 kbit/s)
Table 15.9:
Mechanical data
Housing
continuous-cast aluminum
Lens cover
PMMA plastic
Connection technology
M12 connectors
(8-pin / 5-pin)
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Table 15.10:
Environmental data
Temperature range (operation)
-30 °C … +60 °C
Ambient temperature (storage)
-40 °C … +70 °C
Protective circuit
Transient protection;
Polarity reversal protection;
Short circuit protection for all outputs (provide external
protective circuit for inductive load for this purpose!)
Table 15.11:
15.2
Certifications
Degree of protection
IP 65
Safety class
III
Certifications
UL 508, CSA C22.2 No.14
Light source: exempt group (in acc. with EN 62471)
Standards applied
IEC 60947-5-2
Timing
In principle, the individual beams are always processed sequentially for light curtains. The internal
controller starts transmitter 1 and then activates only the corresponding receiver 1 to measure the received
light power. If the measured value exceeds the switch-on threshold, this first beam is evaluated as an uninterrupted/free beam.
The time between activation of the transmitter and evaluation in the receiver is referred to as the response
time per beam.
In the CSL 710 the response time per beam is = 30 µs.
The total cycle time for the evaluation of all beams and transmission to the interface is calculated as
follows:
Cycle time = number of beams x response time per beam + constant
Example: cycle time = 192 beams x 0.03 ms + 0.4 ms = 6.16 ms
The minimum cycle time is 1 ms, i.e., the cycle time is never less than 1 ms, even with very short
light curtains with a small number of beams.
Table 15.12:
Profile and measurement field lengths, cycle times for CSL 710
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
5 [mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
10 [mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
20 [mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
40 [mm]
160
1.36
160
1.00
150
1.00
-
-
168
240
1.84
-
-
-
-
-
-
248
320
2.32
320
1.36
310
1.00
290
1.00
328
400
2.8
-
-
-
-
-
-
408
480
3.28
480
1.84
470
1.12
-
-
488
560
3.76
-
-
-
-
-
-
568
640
4.24
640
2.32
630
1.36
610
1.00
648
720
4.72
-
-
-
-
-
-
728
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L [mm]
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Technical data
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
Measurement
field length B
[mm]
Profile length
L [mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
5 [mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
10 [mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
20 [mm]
with beam spacCycle time
ing A
[ms]
40 [mm]
800
5.2
800
2.8
790
880
5.68
-
-
-
-
-
-
888
960
6.16
960
3.28
950
1.84
930
1.12
968
1040
6.64
-
-
-
-
-
-
1048
1120
7.12
1120
3.76
1110
2.08
-
-
1128
1200
7.6
-
-
-
-
-
-
1208
1280
8.08
1280
4.24
1270
2.23
1250
1.36
1288
1360
8.56
-
-
-
-
-
-
1368
1440
9.04
1440
4.72
1430
2.56
-
-
1448
1520
9.52
-
-
-
-
-
-
1528
1600
10.0
1600
5.2
1590
2.8
1570
1.6
1608
1680
10.48
-
-
-
-
-
-
1688
1760
10.96
1760
5.68
1750
3.04
-
-
1768
1840
11.44
-
-
-
-
-
-
1848
1920
11.92
1920
6.16
1910
3.28
1890
1.84
1928
2000
12.4
-
-
-
-
-
-
2008
2080
12.88
2080
6.64
2070
3.52
-
-
2088
2160
13.36
-
-
-
-
-
-
2168
2240
13.84
2240
7.12
2230
3.76
2210
2.08
2248
2320
14.32
-
-
-
-
-
-
2328
2400
14.8
2400
7.6
2390
4.0
-
-
2408
2480
15.28
-
-
-
-
-
-
2488
2560
15.76
2560
8.08
2550
4.24
2530
2.32
2568
2640
16.24
-
-
-
-
-
-
2648
2720
16.72
2720
8.56
2710
4.48
-
-
2728
2800
17.2
-
-
-
-
-
-
2808
2880
17.68
2880
9.04
2870
4.72
2850
2.56
2888
2960
18.16
-
-
-
-
-
-
2968
808
Limits for detecting objects
The detection of objects and the evaluation of the data depend on the following factors:
• Beam resolution and cycle time of the light curtain
• Movement speed of the objects
• Transmission rate of the data bytes
• Cycle time of the PLC
Minimum object diameter for detection perpendicular to beam plane
For a moving object, the cycle time of the light curtain must be shorter than the period of time that the object
to be detected is located in the beam plane.
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For an object that moves vertically to the beam plane, the following apply:
v max =  L – 10mm    t z 
vmax
L
tz
[m/s]
[m]
[s]
= Maximum object speed
= Length of the object in the direction of movement
= Cycle time of the light curtain
or
L min = v  t z + 10mm
Lmin
v
tz
[m]
[m/s]
[s]
= Length of the object in the direction of movement (minimum length)
= Speed of the object
= Cycle time of the light curtain
NOTICE
Minimum length of the gap between two successive objects!
 The gap between two successive objects must be greater than the minimum object diameter.
15.3
Minimum object diameter for stationary objects
The minimum object diameter of a stationary object is determined by the beam spacing and optic diameter.
Minimum object diameter for “parallel”-beam mode:
Because objects also need to be reliably detected in the transition area between two beams, the minimum
object diameter is:
Beam spacing
Minimum object diameter
5 mm
Beam spacing + 5 mm
= 10 mm
10 mm / 20 mm / 40 mm
Beam spacing + 10 mm
= 20 mm / 30 mm / 50 mm
NOTICE
Minimum object diameter for “crossed beam” mode!
 In “crossed beam” mode, the object diameter in the center area is reduced to 1/2 x beam spacing.
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15.4
Dimensional drawings
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
L
R
T
Y
Y
Beam spacing (see chapter 15.1)
Measurement field length
PWR IN/digital IO and IO-Link interface
Connection to transmitter - synchronization
Connection to receiver - synchronization
M6 thread
Fastening groove
Profile length (see table 15.12)
Receiver
Transmitter
Devices with beam spacing 5 mm: Y = 2.5 mm
Devices with beam spacing 10, 20, 40 mm: Y = 5 mm
Figure 15.1: CSL 710 with axial connector outlet
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15.5
Dimensional drawings: Accessories
4
R1
1
R3.1
16
39
29
R3.
0
R6
18.4
31.7
12
30
R3.
R1
0
12
1
Figure 15.2: BT-2L mounting bracket
R10
R10
6.2 R3.1
12.1
10.8
R3.1 10
22
6.2
61
73
25
4
Figure 15.3: BT-2Z parallel bracket
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Technical data
34
20
8,2
8
29,4
17,3
12,8
21,8
41,4
0,75
7
28,3
41,2
23,75 9,1
7
Ø6,2
8,2
20
34
8
51
51
37
37
Ø6,2
Ø18
Ø28
Ø18
Ø28
Figure 15.4: BT-2R1 swivel mount (shown in two mounting views)
~26.5
26,5
7
235
270
10
35
60
70
6
a
35
~34
~40
11.3
40
34
11,3
b
Figure 15.5: BT-2SSD and BT-2SSD-270 swiveling mounting
brackets
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Technical data
40
65
20
14
80
Figure 15.6: BT-2P40 clamp bracket
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Ordering information and accessories
16.1
Nomenclature
Part designation:
CSLbbb- fss-xxxx.a/ii-eee
Table 16.1:
Part number code
CSL
Operating principle: switching light curtain
bbb
Series: 710 for CSL 710
f
Function classes:
T: Transmitter
R: Receiver
ss
Beam spacing:
05: 5 mm
10: 10 mm
20: 20 mm
40: 40 mm
xxxx
Measurement field length [mm], dependent on beam spacing:
For values see tables
a
Equipment:
A: axial connector outlet
ii
Interface:
L: IO-Link
eee
Electrical connection:
M12: M12 connector
Table 16.2:
Part descriptions, examples
Part designation
Features
CSL710-T20-2720.AM12
CSL 710, transmitter, beam spacing 20 mm, measurement field length
2720 mm, axial connector outlet, M12 connector
CSL710-R20-2720.A/
L-M12
CSL 710, receiver, beam spacing 20 mm, measurement field length 2720 mm,
axial connector outlet, IO-Link interface, M12 connector
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Accessories – CSL 710
1
2
X2
X1
X3
3
4
PWR IN/OUT
1
2
3
4
Receiver (R)
Transmitter (T)
Connection cable (M12 socket, 8-pin)
Synchronization cable (M12 plug/socket, 5-pin)
Figure 16.1: Electrical connection – CSL 710
16.2.1 Connection to the switch cabinet (screw terminals)
1
1
2
2
X2/X3 interconnection cable (transmitter – receiver synchronization), see table 16.4
X1 connection cable (IO-Link signal, digital IO, power for connection to control in switch cabinet),
see table 16.3
Figure 16.2: CSL 710 connection
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Table 16.3:
X1 cable accessories – CSL 710
Part no.
Part designation
Description
X1 connection cables for CSL 710 (IO-Link signal, digital IO, power for connection to control in switch
cabinet); see figure 16.2
50104591
K-D M12A-8P-2m-PUR
Connection cable, M12 socket, axial, 8-pin, length
2,000 mm, shielded PUR cable, open cable end
50104590
K-D M12A-8P-5m-PUR
Connection cable, M12 socket, 8-pin, length
5,000 mm, shielded PUR cable, open cable end
50106882
K-D M12A-8P-10m-PUR
Connection cable, M12 socket, 8-pin, length
10,000 mm, shielded PUR cable, open cable end
429178
CB-M12-8GF
M12 socket, axial, 8-pin, user configurable
X1 cable (IO-Link/analog): core colors
• Pin1 = white
• Pin2 = brown
• Pin3 = green
• Pin4 = yellow
• Pin5 = gray
• Pin6 = pink
• Pin7 = blue
• Pin8 = red
The specified core colors apply only if the cables from Leuze electronic are used.
Table 16.4:
Part no.
X2/X3 cable accessories – CSL 710
Part designation
Description
X2/X3 interconnection cables for CSL 710 (transmitter - receiver synchronization); see figure 16.2
50114691
KB DN/CAN-1000 SBA
Interconnection cable, M12 plug/socket, axial, 5pin, A-coded, length 1,000 mm, shielded, PUR
50114694
KB DN/CAN-2000 SBA
Interconnection cable, M12 plug/socket, axial, 5pin, A-coded, length 2,000 mm, shielded, PUR
50114698
KB DN/CAN-5000 SBA
Interconnection cable, M12 plug/socket, axial, 5pin, A-coded, length 5,000 mm, shielded, PUR
50122338
KB DN/CAN-10000 SBA
Interconnection cable, M12 plug/socket, axial, 5pin, A-coded, length 10,000 mm, shielded, PUR
50122339
KB DN/CAN-20000 SBA
Interconnection cable, M12 plug/socket, axial, 5pin, A-coded, length 20,000 mm, shielded, PUR
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16.2.2 Connection to IO-Link master
1
1
2
2
X2/X3 interconnection cables (transmitter – receiver synchronization), see table 16.6
X1 connection cable (IO-Link, power to IO-Link master with M12 connections), see table 16.5
Figure 16.3: Connection to IO-Link master
Table 16.5:
Part no.
X1 cable accessories – CSL 710
Part designation
Description
X1 interconnection cables for CSL 710 (IO-Link, power to IO-Link master with M12 connections); see
figure 16.3
50120999
K-DS M12A-8P-4P-2m-L-PUR
Interconnection cable: M12 socket, 8-pin, Acoded; shielded PUR cable, length 2,000 mm;
M12 plug, 4-pin, A-coded
50121000
K-DS M12A-8P-4P-5m-L-PUR
Interconnection cable: M12 socket, 8-pin, Acoded; shielded PUR cable, length 5,000 mm;
M12 plug, 4-pin, A-coded
Table 16.6:
X2/X3 cable accessories – CSL 710
Part no.
Part designation
Description
X2/X3 interconnection cables for CSL 710 (transmitter – receiver synchronization); see figure 16.3
50114691
KB DN/CAN-1000 SBA
Interconnection cable: M12 plug, 5-pin, A-coded;
shielded PUR cable, length 1,000 mm, M12
socket, 5-pin, A-coded
50114694
KB DN/CAN-2000 SBA
Interconnection cable: M12 plug, 5-pin, A-coded;
shielded PUR cable, length 2,000 mm, M12
socket, 5-pin, A-coded
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16.3
Part no.
Part designation
Description
50114698
KB DN/CAN-5000 SBA
Interconnection cable: M12 plug, 5-pin, A-coded;
shielded PUR cable, length 5,000 mm, M12
socket, 5-pin, A-coded
50122338
KB DN/CAN-10000 SBA
Interconnection cable: M12 plug/socket, 5-pin, Acoded, length 10,000 mm, shielded PUR cable
50122339
KB DN/CAN-20000 SBA
Interconnection cable: M12 plug, 5-pin, A-coded;
shielded PUR cable, length 20,000 mm; M12
socket, 5-pin, A-coded
Accessories - fastening technology
Table 16.7:
Part no.
Fastening technology accessories
Part designation
Description
Mounting technology
16.4
429056
BT-2L
L mounting bracket (angled), 2 x
429057
BT-2Z
Z mounting bracket (parallel), 2 x
429046
BT-2R1
360° swivel mount, 2 x incl. 1 MLC cylinder
429058
BT-2SSD
Swiveling mounting bracket with shock absorber,
8°, 70 mm long, 2 x
429059
BT-4SSD
Swiveling mounting bracket with shock absorber,
8°, 70 mm long, 4 x
429049
BT-2SSD-270
424417
BT-2P40
Clamp bracket
425740
BT-10NC60
Sliding block with M6 thread, 10 x
425741
BT-10NC64
Sliding block with M6 and M4 thread, 10 x
425742
BT-10NC65
Sliding block with M6 and M5 thread, 10 x
Swiveling mounting bracket with shock absorber,
8°, 270 mm long, 2 x
Accessories – PC connection
Table 16.8:
Part no.
Accessories - PC connection configuration
Part designation
Description
IO-Link USB master V2.0
50121098
Leuze electronic
SET MD12-US2IL1.1 + accessories
IO-Link USB master V2.0
Plug-in power supply unit (24 V/24 W) with international adapters
High-speed USB 2.0 connection cable; USB A to
Mini-USB
Data carrier with software, drivers and documentation
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Part no.
Part designation
Description
Adapter cables for CSL 710 (IO-Link)
16.5
50120999
K-DS M12A-8P-4P-2m L-PUR
Adapter cable: M12 socket, 8-pin, B-coded; PUR
cable, length 2,000 mm; M12 plug, 5-pin, B-coded
50121000
K-DS M12A-8P-4P-5m L-PUR
Adapter cable: M12 socket, 8-pin, B-coded; PUR
cable, length 5,000 mm; M12 plug, 5-pin, B-coded
Scope of delivery
• 1 transmitter incl. 2 sliding blocks (profile length from 2 m: 3 sliding blocks; profile length from 2.5 m:
4 sliding blocks)
• 1 receiver incl. 2 sliding blocks, (profile length from 2 m: 3 sliding blocks; profile length from 2.5 m: 4
sliding blocks)
• 1 Connecting and operating instructions (PDF file on data carrier)
Connection and interconnection cables, mounting brackets, IO-Link USB master (incl.
Sensor Studio configuration software), etc., are not included in the delivery contents but must
rather be ordered separately.
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CSL 710
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EC Declaration of Conformity
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EC Declaration of Conformity
The switching light curtains of the CSL series have been developed and manufactured in accordance with
the applicable European standards and directives.
The manufacturer of the product, Leuze electronic GmbH + Co. KG in D-73277 Owen, possesses a certified quality assurance system in accordance with ISO 9001.
Leuze electronic
CSL 710
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