PNOZelog compact safety relays Technical Catalogue 3.4 –February 2008 edition

PNOZelog compact safety relays Technical Catalogue 3.4 –February 2008 edition
PNOZelog compact safety relays
Configuration guide
Technical Catalogue 3.4 –February 2008 edition
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Contents
Basics
1.0
Introduction
1.1
Overview
1.2
Safety
1.3
Description
1.4
Installation
1.5
Commissioning
1.6
Logic connections
1.7
Operation and fault diagnostics
1.8
Technical details
1.9
Products
2.0
Comparison of PNOZelog units
2.1
Unit-specific description
2.2
3
Applications
3.0
Application examples
3.1
Order Reference
4.0
4.1
Alphabetically by type, numerically by order number
Standards and Directives
5.0
5.1
Standards and directives
Service
6.0
6.1
Pre-sales/after sales
4
Basics
3
1.0
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1.0-0
Basics
Contents
Introduction
Definition of symbols
Definitions
Overview
Safety
Safety assessments
General safety requirements
Intended use
Applications in accordance with EN 954-1, Category 4
Safety distance
Description
Safety features
Operation
Functions
Operating modes
Installation
Commissioning
Requirements
Input devices for PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p , PNOZ e1vp, PNOZe5.11p, PNOZe5.13p
Input devices for PNOZ e2.1p and PNOZ e2.2p
Input devices for PNOZ e3.1p and PNOZ e3vp, PNOZ e5.13p
Input devices for PNOZ e4.1p and PNOZ e4vp
Logic connections
Examples of logic connections
Operation and fault diagnostics
Errors
Examples
Error codes
Technical details
Approvals
Accessories
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Introduction
This technical catalogue describes the units
in the PNOZelog product range:
● PNOZ e1p
● PNOZ e1.1p
● PNOZ e1vp
● PNOZ e2.1p
● PNOZ e2.2p
● PNOZ e3.1p
● PNOZ e3vp
● PNOZ e4.1p
● PNOZ e4vp
● PNOZ e5.11p
● PNOZ e5.13p
● PNOZ e6.1p
● PNOZ e6vp
The information at the beginning refers to
the whole product range. This is followed by
descriptions of the specific units. Various
application examples are provided at the
end.
The catalogue is divided into the following
chapters:
1.1 Introduction
The introduction is designed to familiarise
you with the contents, structure and specific
order of this configuration guide.
1.2 Overview
This chapter provides information on the
most important features of the product
range and provides a brief overview of the
application range.
1.3 Safety
This chapter must be read as it contains
important information on safety regulations.
1.4 Description of the PNOZelog-range
The description contains information about
the functions that are identical on all units.
1.5 Installing the units
This chapter describes how to install the
units.
1.6 Commissioning
This chapter contains important guidance
on wiring the units.
1.7 Logic connections on the units
This chapter describes how the units can be
linked together logically. Real circuit
diagrams can be found in the chapter
entitled “Application examples”.
1.8 Operation and fault diagnostics
This chapter describes how the unit reacts
during operation and how faults are
displayed.
1.9 Technical details
This chapter contains the technical details
relevant for all units in the PNOZelog-range.
2.0 Products
This chapter contains the unit-specific
descriptions. These refer exclusively to the
specific features for the unit, such as
intended use, description, parameter
settings and wiring of individual units.
3.0 Applications
This chapter is a collection of application
examples.
Definition of symbols
Information in this configuration guide that
is of particular importance can be identified
as follows:
INFORMATION
This gives advice on applications
and provides information on special
features, as well as highlighting
areas within the text that are of
particular importance.
1.1
DANGER!
This warning must be heeded! It
warns of a hazardous situation that
poses an immediate threat of
serious injury and death, and
indicates preventive measures that
can be taken.
WARNING!
This warning must be heeded! It
warns of a hazardous situation that
could lead to serious injury and
death and indicates preventive
measures that can be taken.
2
CAUTION!
This refers to a hazard that can lead
to a less serious or minor injury plus
material damage, and also provides
information on preventive measures
that can be taken.
NOTICE
This describes a situation in which
the unit(s) could be damaged and
also provides information on
preventive measures that can be
taken.
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Definitions
AND connection: Connects two or more
units. Start-up can only occur when all the
start-up conditions are met.
Auxiliary output: Non-safety-related output
using semiconductor technology
Danger zone: Zone within or around
machinery in which a person is exposed to
risk of injury or damage to health.
Earth fault detection: Detection of a live
connection between an external conductor,
or conventionally insulated neutral
conductor, and earth or earthed
components, as the result of an error.
Feedback loop: Circuit for monitoring
externally connected contactors or relays
via a PNOZelog. The N/C contacts are used
to check whether the relays or contactors
have assumed their safe condition before
they are re-operated.
Delay-on de-energisation when the safety
function is triggered: After a safety
function is triggered at a device input, the
period that elapses before the safety
outputs carry a low signal.
On units which contain the letter “v” in their
name, it is possible to set the delay-on deenergisation period.
OR connection: Connects two or more
units. Start-up occurs when at least one of
the start-up conditions is met.
Detection of shorts across contacts:
Detection of a short circuit between the
connection leads of two adjacent contacts
(S12/S22).
PSS: The Pilz PSS-range comprises
modular and compact programmable safety
and control systems for use in plant and
machinery safety circuits.
Diagnostic function: Signal data from the
PNOZelog which is stored at auxiliary
output Y32, ready for download to the PLC,
when Y32 has been switched to a
diagnostic output.
Reaction time: See “Delay-on deenergisation when the safety function is
triggered”.
Positive-guided contacts: Contacts which
are mechanically connected in such a way
that N/C and N/O contacts can never be
closed at the same time.
Redundancy: The application of more than
one identical element, in order to ensure
that if one element malfunctions, a second
element is available to guarantee that the
function is maintained.
Reset button actuation time (min): Period
for which a reset button must be operated
and then released to trigger a successful
start.
Safety output: Safe output using
semiconductor technology
Switch-on delay at S35/S36: After a signal
is supplied to S35/S36, the period that
elapses before the safety outputs change
state.
Switch-on delay autom. reset:
After supply voltage is applied or the safety
function is released, the period that elapses
before the safety outputs change state.
Switch-on delay man. reset:
After the reset button has been operated,
the period that elapses before the safety
outputs change state.
Switch-on delay (on initial start after UB is
applied): After supply voltage is applied, the
period that elapses before the unit is ready
for operation.
1.1
Test pulse output: When wired
appropriately, specific pulses are applied to
the inputs via the test pulse outputs. This
enables the detection of shorts across
contacts.
Test pulses: Pulse signals specifically
generated by the safety relay.
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1.2-0
Basics
Overview
Unlike conventional PNOZ units, units in the
PNOZelog product range are predominantly
electronic in structure. The safety and
auxiliary outputs use semiconductor
technology, which means they require no
maintenance and are wear-free. For this
reason, the PNOZelog-range is also suitable
for applications with frequent operations or
cyclical functions.
The electronic structure makes the units
flexible. Parameters on a unit can be set to
suit a number of application areas. The
parameters are set through the wiring (e.g.
jumpers). With the correct circuitry it is
possible to achieve categories 2, 3 and 4 in
accordance with EN 954-1.
Input
circuit
Parameter
setting
µController
1.2
Output
circuit
Logic
connections
Fig. 1.2-1: Structure of PNOZelog units
Units in the PNOZelog-range can be linked
directly via the outputs and via special
inputs, which enable both a logic AND and a
logic OR connection between the units.
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1.3-0
Basics
Safety
Safety assessments
Before using a unit it is necessary to
perform a safety assessment in accordance
with the Machinery Directive. The units as
individual components guarantee functional
safety, but not the safety of the entire
application. You should therefore define the
safety requirements for the plant as a whole,
and also define how these will be
implemented from a technical and
organisational standpoint.
General safety requirements
Always ensure the following safety
requirements are met:
● Only install and commission the unit if
you are familiar with the information in
the operating instructions or this system
manual, as well as the relevant
regulations concerning health and safety
at work and accident prevention.
● Only use the unit for the purpose for
which it is intended and comply with both
the general and specific technical details.
● Transport, storage and operating
conditions should all conform to the data
specified in the general technical details.
● Sufficient fuse protection must be
provided on all capacitive and inductive
loads.
● Do not open the housing or make any
unauthorised modifications.
You must observe the warning notes given
in other parts of this manual. These are
highlighted visually through the use of
symbols.
NOTICE
Failure to keep to these safety
regulations will render the warranty
invalid.
come to a standstill before the operator can
reach the danger zone. All access directions
must be taken into account.
According to EN 999, “Approach speed of
parts of the body for the positioning of
safety devices”, this minimum distance is
calculated using the following formula:
Example:
A machine has an overrun time of 500 ms.
The danger zone is protected by a light
guard with a reaction time of 20 ms and a
detection capability of 30 mm. A
PNOZe1.1p is used as the safety relay
(release time 35 ms).
S=KxT+C
Calculating the safety distance between the
machine and the outer edge of the safety
mat:
Intended use
The intended use depends on the unit and is
therefore explained in the chapter with the
unit-specific descriptions.
Applications in accordance with
EN 954-1, Category 4
Two loads may be connected to each safety
output on a PNOZelog unit, even on
Category 4 applications. Prerequisite:
exclusion of shorts across contacts and
external power sources (e.g. install in a
control cabinet).
Safety distance
The following information is absolutely
essential when using safety devices
involved in area or access guarding:
When the safety device is triggered, there is
a delay before the machine comes to a
standstill.
The distance between the safety device and
the nearest danger zone must be large
enough for the hazardous movement to
S = Minimum distance from the danger zone
to the detection point, detection line,
detection plane or protected field
K = Approach speed of the body or parts of
the body (depends on the detection
capability)
T = System’s overall stopping performance:
Machine’s overrun time
+reaction time of the safety device
+reaction time of the safety relay
(release time/response time when safety
function is triggered)
C = Additional distance in millimetres,
based on intrusion towards the danger
zone prior to actuation of the safety
device (depends on the detection
capability (resolution), type and position
of the safety device)
Approach speed:
Machine’s overrun time:
Reaction time of safety device:
Reaction time of safety
relay:
Detection capability:
S≥
1.3
2000 mm/s
500 ms
20 ms
35 ms
d = 30 mm
2
2000 mm/s (0.5 s + 0.02 s + 0.035 s) +
128
Safety distance≥ 1.238 m
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Description
● An AND and an OR input (not PNOZ
e1p) enable several units to form a logic
connection. The inputs have switch
delays, which are added together with
each unit that is linked.
Safety features
The relay meets the following safety
requirements:
● The circuit is redundant with built-in selfmonitoring.
● The safety function remains effective in
the case of a component failure.
● A disconnection test periodically checks
the safety outputs, irrespective of the
status of the outputs
● The unit has an electronic fuse.
Operation
Each unit has one or more specific basic
functions, such as E-STOP monitoring,
safety gate monitoring. The units react the
same, irrespective of these basic functions:
If the start-up condition of the specific basic
function is met, there will be a high signal at
the internal output (see Fig. 1.4-1).
The internal output is AND/OR-linked,
depending on the wiring of the logic inputs
S35 and S36 (not on the PNOZ e1p). The
result of the logic operation can be found at
safety outputs 14 and 24.
On units which contain the letter “v” in their
name (e.g. PNOZ e1vp), the safety outputs
can have delay-on de-energisation. The
auxiliary output Y32 is always
instantaneous.
Basic function
Safety relay
Operating modes
Out1
S35
The operating modes depend on the
individual unit. Please refer to the unitspecific descriptions for details of which
operating modes are available.
OR
AND
S36
tv
14
Outputs
24
Y32
Fig. 1.4-1: Operation of PNOZelog units
Functions
● If there is a high signal (+24 VDC) at input
Y5 for at least 250 ms, output Y32 will
switch to the diagnostic function. It is
controlled via a driver that is available as
an accessory or that you can create
yourself. If input Y5 is open or low for
more than 300 ms, Y32 will operate as an
auxiliary output.
● Single-channel operation: Input wiring
in accordance with EN 60204, no redundancy in the input circuit; earth faults in
the input circuit are detected.
● Dual-channel operation: Redundant
input circuit; earth faults in the input
circuit are detected (exception: two-hand
control devices), with or without
detection of shorts between the input
contacts.
● Automatic reset: Unit is active as soon
as the input circuit and feedback loop are
closed.
● Monitored reset: Unit is not active until
the reset button has been operated and
then released. This eliminates the
possibility of the reset button being
overridden, triggering automatic
activation.
● Detection of shorts between contacts
is enabled by pulsing the input circuits.
This operating mode is automatically
detected on start-up.
● Start-up test prevents an automatic
restart when voltage is removed and
reapplied. The unit checks whether safety
gates that are closed are opened and
then closed again when supply voltage is
applied.
● Increase in the number of safety
contacts available by connecting a
contact block (e.g. PZE X4.1P) or
external contactors.
● Two-hand operation: The two-hand
control device must be activated by
operating two buttons simultaneously. If
one or both of the buttons are released, it
interrupts the control command to close
the press. The closing movement can
only be restarted when both buttons have
returned to their start position (released)
and are operated again.
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121 (4.76")
● The safety relay should be installed in a
control cabinet with a protection type of
at least IP54.
● AND-/OR connection:
- Install all the devices that are linked
via the AND/OR inputs in the same
control cabinet
or
- make sure that faults that occur from
the connection of the devices can be
excluded, e.g. by secure laying of
connection cables.
● Use the notch on the back of the unit to
attach it to a DIN rail.
● Secure the unit on a vertical DIN rail (35
mm) using a retaining bracket or end
angle.
121 (4.76")
CAUTION! Electrostatic discharge
can damage components on the
safety system. Ensure against
discharge before touching the safety
system, e.g. by touching an earthed,
conductive surface or by wearing an
earthed armband.
1.5
75 (2.95")
87 (3.42")
22,5
(0.88")
94 (3.70")
Fig. 1.5-1: Dimensions of the PNOZelog, unit with plug-in screw terminals
75 (2.95")
87 (3.42")
22,5
(0.88")
101 (3.98")
Fig. 1.5-2: Dimensions of the PNOZelog, unit with cage clamp terminals
The unit can be installed in any position.
Dimensions
Units in the PNOZelog product range have a
22.5 mm housing, with the exception of the
PNOZ e6.1p and PNOZ e6vp units with
integrated contact expander module, which
have 45 mm housing.
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121 (4.76")
121 (4.76")
Installation
1.5
75 (2.95")
87 (3.42")
22,5
(0.88")
90,5 (3.56")
Fig. 1.5-3: Dimensions of the PNOZ e1p, unit with plug-in screw terminals
75 (2.95")
87 (3.42")
22,5
(0.88")
94 (3.70")
Fig. 1.5-4: Dimensions of the PNOZ e1p, unit with cage clamp terminals
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121 (4.76")
121 (4.76")
Installation
1.5
75 (2.95")
87 (3.42")
94 (3.70")
Fig. 1.5-5: Dimensions of the PNOZelog, unit with integrated
contact expander module, with plug-in screw terminals
45
(1.77")
75 (2.95")
87 (3.42")
45
(1.77")
101 (3.98")
Fig. 1.5-6: Dimensions of the PNOZelog, unit with integrated
contact expander module, with cage clamp terminals
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1.6-0
Basics
Commissioning
Requirements
Please note the following when preparing to
commission the unit:
● The unit and the input circuits must
always be supplied by a single power
supply.
● Use copper wiring that can withstand
temperatures of 60/75°C.
● Calculating the max. cable runs Imax at the
input, reset and feedback circuit:
Imax =
●
●
●
●
●
Rlmax
Rl / km
Rlmax = max. overall cable resistance (see
technical details)
Rl / km = cable resistance/km
Cables that have to be laid outside the
control cabinet must be protected from
mechanical damage, e.g. by installing
them in a conduit.
Output 14, 24: at no-load, a capacitance
of max. 2 nF can be driven.
Safety outputs 14 and 24 should
exclusively be used for safe
applications. The safety outputs must not
be connected to PLC inputs.
Output Y32 is an auxiliary output, e.g. for
communication with a PLC or text
display.
Safety outputs 14 and 24 may not be
connected to PSS inputs (with the
exception of the units PNOZ e4.1p and
PNOZ e4vp).
● Use freewheel diodes to drive contactors
or relays with the safety/auxiliary outputs
● Only contactors with positive-guided
contacts should be used for safety
functions.
When commissioning and during
operation, please note the following:
The safety outputs are constantly checked
via test pulses. This may generate a
humming noise on the connected
contactors, which does not affect the
function (contactors are not damaged,
contacts remain closed). The test pulses
also mean that, when measured with a
multimeter, the voltage at the safety outputs
is less than 24 VDC.
Input devices for PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p,
PNOZ e1vp, PNOZ e5.11p, PNOZ e5.13p,
PNOZ e6.1p and PNOZ e6vp
When selecting input devices, you must
comply with the technical details of the
input circuits on the PNOZelog units. To
help you in your selection, Pilz has
performed application tests with a number
of input devices. The following input devices
have passed the application test:
● Light beam devices:
- SICK FGS
- SICK C4000
- Honeywell MEYLAN
- CEDES Safe 4
- OMRON F3SN-A
● Limit switches:
- Schmersal AZ 16-02
- Guardmaster ferrocode
- Euchner NP1-628AS
- Euchner CES-A-C5E-01 (only when
operating without detection of shorts
across contacts)
- Euchner CES-A-C5E-01 (only with test
pulse wiring)
- Euchner NM11KB
Please note:
● Euchner proximity switch operated with
detection of shorts across contacts:
Distance PNOZelog - Euchner proximity
switch: max. 1 km
The following may not be used:
● Light beam devices:
- STI Minisafe 4600
● Limit switches:
- Euchner CES-A-C5E-01 with pulse
signals
The following is generally valid: Input
devices with mechanical contacts (relays)
can be used in operating modes with or
without detection of shorts across contacts,
provided you comply with the technical
details provided by the manufacturer. It is
not always possible to use input devices
with semiconductor outputs when operating
with detection of shorts across contacts.
Self-testing light beam devices
Self-testing light beam devices are only
permitted as input devices if the PNOZelog
is operated without detection of shorts
across contacts.
Input devices for PNOZ e2.1p and
PNOZ e2.2p
Only two-hand buttons may be connected
to the two-hand control devices. Please
note that the devices are designed for
different contacts:
● PNOZ e2.1p: Two-hand buttons with one
N/C and one N/O contact
● PNOZ e2.2p: Two hand buttons each with
one N/O contact
1.6
Input devices for PNOZ e3.1p,
PNOZ e3vp, PNOZ e5.13p
Permitted input devices are:
● Pilz safety sensors PSEN 2.x
● Position switch with N/C / N/O
combination
Input devices for PNOZ e4.1p and
PNOZ e4vp
Only Mayser type SM/BK safety mats that
operate according to a 4-wire technology
principle (without monitoring resistor) may
be used.
When using safety mats, please note the
following:
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Basics
Commissioning
● Where there are several safety mats,
these should only be connected in series.
● It is essential to note the information
given in Annex B.4 of EN 1760-1,
regarding the installation of safety mats.
● If you are using a safety mat system with
reset function, the reset must occur
outside the danger zone, but with a view
into the danger zone.
● The function of the safety system must
be tested at regular intervals.
1.6
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Basics
Commissioning
1.6
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Basics
1.7
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1.7-0
Basics
Logic connections
Units in the PNOZelog product range can be
linked logically via special AND/OR inputs.
One exception is the PNOZ e1p. This does
not have any special logic inputs, but can
be linked to other units via the safety
outputs (from Version 3.0).
From Version 3, safety outputs from the
PNOZmulti can also be AND/OR connected
with PNOZelog units.
INFORMATION
The logic inputs exclusively
recognise signals from the safety
outputs on PNOZelog units and
PNOZmulti units (from Version 3).
These have a special pulse code
which the logic inputs check.
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p:: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked to the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units (Example 1).
● Up to 50 safety inputs from PNOZelog
units can be connected to safety outputs
with no load.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked PNOZelog units must be
connected to the same supply voltage.
● The AND/OR inputs have switch delays,
which are added together with each unit
that is linked (Example 3).
● All units that are linked via the AND/OR
inputs must be installed in the same
control cabinet along with their
connection leads.
Muting function
The OR input can be used for the muting
function. In doing so the safety device is
knowingly suspended. Depending on the
application area (see relevant C standard),
this suspended status must be displayed via
a lamp. This lamp must either be redundant
in design or must be monitored for short
circuit and open circuit.
1.7
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits.
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Logic connections
Examples of logic connections
In all the application examples, 2 loads may
also be connected to the safety outputs.
● Example 1:
Prerequisite: All units must be in the
same control cabinet.
A load is connected to the safety output
on Unit 1. An additional 4 PNOZelog units
are also connected to this output via the
AND input.
PNOZelog
Unit 2
PNOZelog
Unit 1
AND
14
S36
S36
14
24
24
K2
K1
K3
K4
1.7
PNOZelog
Unit 3
AND
S36
S36
14
24
K5
K6
K7
K8
PNOZelog
Unit 4
AND
S36
S36
14
24
PNOZelog
Unit 5
AND
S36
S36
14
24
K9 K10
Fig. 1.7-1: Max. one load and 4 PNOZelog units at an output
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Logic connections
● Example 2:
Prerequisites:
All units must be in the same control
cabinet. The possibility of a short circuit
between +24 VDC and a safety output
must be eliminated!
Two PNOZelog units are AND-linked. As
both units are in the same control
cabinet, loads may also be connected to
the logic connection line (Fig. 7-2).
● Example 3:
Prerequisite:
All units must be in the same control
cabinet.
Unit 3 is AND-linked to Unit 2, Unit 2 is
AND-linked to Unit 1. If outputs 24 and
14 on Unit 1 switch from a high to a low
signal, the signal from output 14 on Unit
2 will also switch from high to low via
AND input S36. In turn this will switch off
the AND input on Unit 3 (Fig. 7-3).
The units’ delay times are added together
via the logic AND connection.
PNOZelog
PNOZelog
AND
14
14
S36
S36
14
24
24
K2
K1
K3
K4
Fig. 1.7-2: Logic connection with additional loads in
one control cabinet
1.7
PNOZelog
Unit 2
PNOZelog
Unit 1
AND
14
S36
PNOZelog
Unit 3
AND
14
24
S36
14
24
K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
Fig. 1.7-3: Logic AND connection with 2 PNOZelog units
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Basics
Logic connections
● Example 4:
Prerequisite: All units must be in the
same control cabinet.
The logic connection line between Unit 1
and Unit 2 contains the contacts of the
external contactors from Unit 4. This
means that Unit 4 and Unit 1 can set the
outputs on Unit 2 and Unit 3 to low (Fig.
7-4).
PNOZelog
Unit 4
24
K3
1.7
K4
PNOZelog
Unit 3
PNOZelog
Unit 2
PNOZelog
Unit 1
K3
14
K4 AND
S36
AND
S36
14
24
24
K1
K2
K1
K2
Fig. 1.7-4: External contacts in the logic connection line, all elements in one control cabinet
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Basics
Logic connections
● Example 5:
Prerequisite: All units must be in the
same control cabinet.
Unit 1 and Unit 2 are OR-linked. If the
output from Unit 2 has a low signal, Unit
1 alone will control the status of the
outputs on Unit 3. If Unit 2 sends a high
signal to the OR input of Unit 3, a high
signal will be present at the outputs of
Unit 3, irrespective of the status of its
input circuit.
PNOZelog
Unit 1
14
PNOZelog
Unit 2
14
PNOZelog
Unit 3
Y4
S12
S11
S22
14
OR
S35
24
K1
K2
Fig. 1.7-5: Logic input can shut down outputs
1.7
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Basics
1.0
1.8
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1.8-0
Basics
Operation and fault diagnostics
During operation, 3 LEDs indicate the units’
operating status and the fault conditions.
The unit is ready for operation when:
● The “POWER” LED lights up
and
● The LEDs “CH.1” and “CH.2” are both lit
(high signal at the safety outputs)
or
● The LEDs “CH.1” and “CH.2” are both
out (low signal at the safety outputs).
LED CH.1 is assigned to safety output 14,
LED CH.2 to safety output 24.
INFORMATION
Supply interruptions lasting longer
than 20 ms are detected as an error.
The LEDs indicate an error and the
safety outputs carry a low signal. The
plant or machinery driven via the
safety outputs will be shut down. The
unit can only be restarted by
switching the supply voltage off and
then on again.
Errors
Fault conditions are indicated by flashing
the LEDs. Some errors are displayed
through periodic flashing (see Table 8-1);
with other errors it is possible to establish
an error code through the number of flashes
(Table 8-2).
These errors are always indicated by three
short flashes at LED CH.1 or CH.2. After a
longer pause, the LED will then flash at one
LED
LEDs unlit
second intervals. The number of LED
flashes corresponds to a digit in the error
code. The error code can consist of up to 4
digits. The digits are separated by a longer
period without flashing. The entire sequence
is constantly repeated.
transferring data to a PLC is described in
the PLC Drivers manual.
INFORMATION
Leading zeros are not transmitted.
Error code 0: 16 flashes
The error code can also be read into a PLC
via the diagnostic output. In this case the
error code will appear as a hexadecimal
sequence. The process of reading and
Error
Supply voltage is missing, too low, wrongly
connected
Remedy
Apply supply voltage: A1 - +24 VDC and
A2 - 0 VDC
Permitted voltage range: 19.2 ... 30 VDC
POWER flashing
Unknown operating mode, initialisation phase, start Depending on operating mode: Press reset button
not executed
or perform start-up test
PNOZ e1p: CH.1 and Ch.2 periodically flash at
Error in the wiring of input circuit S11, S12, S21,
Rectify wiring error, restart unit
the same time
S22
All units except PNOZ e6.1p, PNOZ e6vp: CH.1 1.) Feedback loop open on start-up
1.) Close feedback loop, open input circuit, start
and CH.2 flash alternately
2.) Only one channel of the input circuit is open or
unit again
is partially operated
2.) Open both input circuit channels
PNOZ e6.1p, PNOZ e6vp: CH.1 and CH.2 flash 1.) Feedback loop open on start-up
1.) Close feedback loop, open input circuit, start
alternately
2.) Only one channel of the input circuit is open or
unit again
is partially operated
2.) Open both input circuit channels
3.) External feedback loop closed on start-up, but
3.) No remedy available to user - send unit to Pilz
internal feedback loop faulty
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e2.2p: CH.1 or CH.2 flashes Simultaneity conditions not met
Release the two-hand button and press it again.
briefly (50 ms on, 250 ms off)
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e2.2p: CH.1 and CH.2
A pushbutton is defective or there is a wiring error
Change pushbutton or rectify wiring error
flash briefly (50 ms on, 250 ms off)
CH.1 or CH.2 flash a code
Error coding, see Table 1.8-3
See Table 1.8-3
1.8
Table 1.8-1: Display of fault conditions
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Operation and fault diagnostics
Examples
Error code 1, 3:
LED CH.1 or CH.2 flashes
● 3 times, briefly
● Pause
● Once for one second
● Pause
● 3 times for one second each
Error code 1:
LED CH.1 or CH.2 flashes
● 3 times, briefly
● Pause
● Once for one second
Error code 1, 0:
LED CH.1 or CH.2 flashes
● 3 times, briefly
● Pause
● Once for one second
● Pause
● 16 times for one second each
Table 1.8-2 shows the relationship between
the number of flashes and the error code.
The key to the error code is described
overleaf in Table 1.8-3.
II
I
III
IV
1.8
Fig. 1.8-1: Error code 1, 3
I
II
I
Fig. 1.8-2: Error code 1
IV
II
IV
III
Fig. 1.8-3: Error code 1, 0
I
II
III
IV
Code for error message
Code for 1st digit
Code for 2nd digit
Code for error message repeated
Number of flashes
Decimal error code
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
0
Table 1.8-2: Relationship between number of flashes and decimal error code
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Basics
Operation and fault diagnostics
Error codes
Decimal
error code
1
2
3
Number of flashes
Description
Remedy
3x short - 1x long - 3x short
3x short - 2x long - 3x short
3x short - 3x long - 3x short
Faulty wiring, short circuit
4
...
9
10
...
1, 0
1, 1
1, 9
10, 1
14, 5
1, 2
1, 3
1, 12
1, 13
1, 4
1, 5
1, 6
1, 7
1, 8
1, 11
3x short - 4x long - 3x short
...
3x short - 9x long - 3x short
3x short - 10x long - 3x short
...
3x short - 1x long - 16x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 1x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 9x long - 3x short
3x short - 10x long - 1x long - 3x short
3x short - 14x long - 5x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 2x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 3x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 12x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 13x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 4x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 5x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 6x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 7x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 8x long - 3x short
3x short - 1x long - 11x long - 3x short
In the initialisation phase, short circuit between
the safety outputs and +24 VDC
Rectify wiring error at terminals S34, S11-S14,
S21-S24, Y6 or Y4
Rectify wiring error at terminal Y4, Y6, Y7, Y37 or
S36
Rectify wiring error at terminals 14, 24
1, 10
5, 10
3x short - 1x long - 10x long - 3x short
3x short - 5x long - 10x long - 3x short
Operating mode changed during operation
During operation, short circuit between the
safety outputs and +24 VDC
Rectify wiring error at terminals 14, 24
During operation, short circuit between the
safety outputs and 0 VDC
or UB<19.2 VDC
Rectify wiring error at terminals 14, 24;
Keep within the supply voltage range of 19.2 ... 30
VDC
Operating mode changed during operation
Unexpected status at S36
Wiring of operating mode “with detection of
shorts across contacts” faulty
1.) Feedback loop open
2.) PNOZ e6.1p, PNOZ e6vp: External feedback
loop closed, but internal feedback loop faulty
Check wiring at terminals S23, Y6 or Y7
Check wiring at terminal S36
Rectify wiring error at terminal S12, S22 or S24
Open circuit
UB<19.2 VDC
Check the safety mat wiring
Keep within the supply voltage range of 19.2 ... 30
VDC
1.8
1.) Close feedback loop at terminal Y6 and Y7
2.) No remedy available to user - send unit to Pilz
Table 1.8-3: Error code, part 1
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Basics
Operation and fault diagnostics
Units with integrated contact expander module
Decimal
Number of flashes
error code
8,1
3x short - 8x long - 1x long - 3x short
Description
Remedy
Invalid operating mode
Rectify wiring error at terminal S34, Y4, Y6 or Y7
8, 2
8, 3
14, 13
2, 0, 0
Supply interrupted, possibly caused by a short
to earth
Rectify wiring error at terminal A1 or check supply
voltage
UB<19.2 VDC
Keep within the supply voltage range of 19.2 ... 30
VDC
In the initialisation phase, short circuit between
the safety outputs and +24 VDC
UB<19.2 VDC
Rectify wiring error at terminals 14, 24
2, 0, 1
2, 0, 2
2, 0, 3
3x short - 8x long - 2x long - 3x short
3x short - 8x long - 3x long - 3x short
3x short - 14x long - 13x long - 3x short
3x short - 2x long - 16x long - 16x long
- 3x short
3x short - 2x long - 16x long - 1x long
- 3x short
3x short - 2x long - 16x long - 2x long
- 3x short
3x short - 2x long - 16x long - 3x long
- 3x short
1.8
Keep within the supply voltage range of 19.2 ... 30
VDC
Table 1.8-3: Error code, part 2
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Operation and fault diagnostics
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Basics
1.0
1.9
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1.9-0
Basics
Technical details
Electrical data
Supply voltage
Voltage tolerance
Power consumption at UB without load
Residual ripple UB
Switching capability, semiconductor
2 outputs under load
1 output under load
Total power ext. load,
Semiconductor
Voltage and current at
Input circuit, feedback circuit
Reset circuit
Auxiliary output, test pulse outputs
AND/OR inputs
Unit fuse protection
Max. overall cable resistance Rlmax
Input, reset and feedback circuit
Single-channel
Dual-channel: detects shorts across
contacts
Dual-channel w/o detection of shorts
across contacts
Reset and feedback circuit:
Dual-channel: detects shorts across
contacts
Input circuit, safety mat clear
Max. safety mat resistance
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e2.2p
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
2W
20 %
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
2W
20 %
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
2W
20 %
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,0 A/50W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,7 A/70W
UB > 26,5 V: 2,2 A/65W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,0 A/50W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,7 A/70W
UB > 26,5 V: 2,2 A/65W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,0 A/50W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,7 A/70W
UB > 26,5 V: 2,2 A/65W
130 W
130 W
130 W
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
24 V/5 mA DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
24 V/5 mA DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
1 kOhm
1 kOhm
2 kOhm
2 kOhm
2 kOhm
2 kOhm
1.9
2 kOhm
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1.9-1
Basics
Technical details
PNOZ e1p
Safety-r
elated characteristics of the
Safety-related
safety outputs
Probability of dangerous failure per hour
(PFHD)
with AND connection
without AND connection
SIL claim limit
Performance level (PL)
with AND connection
without AND connection
Proof test interval in years
Times
Supply interruption before de-energisation
Switch-on delay
Monitored reset
Automatic reset
Delay-on de-energisation
(= reaction time at e4 * p) at S35/S36 and
when safety function is triggered
Instantaneous safety outputs,
Semiconductor
Delayed safety outputs,
Semiconductor
(e * vp 10)
(e * vp 300)
Accuracy
Repetition accuracy
Delay-on de-energisation after power failure
Simultaneity of input circuits
Switch-on delay
(on initial start after UB is applied)
Switch-on delay at S35/S36
Min. reset button actuation time
closed/open
PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e2.2p
1.9
3,44E-09 1/h
3
3,73E-09 1/h
3,44E-09 1/h
3
3,73E-09 1/h
3,44E-09 1/h
3
e
20
d
e
20
d
e
20
≤ 20 ms
≤ 20 ms
≤ 20 ms
max. 260 ms, typ.180 ms
max. 180 ms, typ.100 ms
max. 260 ms, typ.180 ms
max. 180 ms, typ.100 ms
max. 180 ms, typ.100 ms
40 ms (not on S35/S36)
40 ms
40 ms
+/- 10% + max. 40ms
+/-5%
1 ms
∞
0/0,15/0,5/1/2/3/5/7/10 s
0/15/25/50/100/150/200/250/
300 s
+/- 10% + max. 40ms
+/-5%
1 ms
∞
1 ms
500 ms
3s
3s
max. 200 ms , typ. 120 ms
3s
max. 200 ms , typ. 120 ms
100 ms/100 ms
100 ms/100 ms
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2008-02
1.9-2
Basics
Technical details
Envir
onmental data
Environmental
Airgap creepage
Climatic suitability
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
EMC
Vibration in accordance with
Frequency
Amplitude
Protection type
Mounting (e.g. control cabinet)
Housing
Terminals
Mechanical data
Cross section of external conductors
(screw terminals)
1 core flexible
2 core with the same cross section flexible
with crimp connectors, no plastic sleeve
Flexible without crimp connectors or with
TWIN crimp connectors
Max. cross section of external conductors
(cage clamp terminals)
Flexible without crimp connectors
Housing with cage clamp terminals
Stripping length
Terminal points per connection
Torque setting for connection terminals (screws)
Housing material
Front
Housing
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e2.2p
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
IP54
IP40
IP20
IP54
IP40
IP20
IP54
IP40
IP20
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
1.9
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
8 mm
2
0,5 Nm
8 mm
2
0,5 Nm
8 mm
2
0,5 Nm
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
The standards current on 2005-08 apply.
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2008-02
1.9-3
Basics
Technical details
Electrical data
Supply voltage
Voltage tolerance
Power consumption at UB without load
Residual ripple UB
Switching capability, semiconductor
2 outputs under load
1 output under load
Total power ext. load,
Semiconductor
Voltage and current at
Input circuit, reset circuit,
Feedback circuit
Auxiliary output, test pulse outputs
AND/OR inputs
Unit fuse protection
Max. overall cable resistance Rlmax
Input, reset and feedback circuit
Single-channel
Dual-channel: detects shorts across
contacts
Dual-channel w/o detection of shorts
across contacts
Reset and feedback circuit:
Dual-channel: detects shorts across
contacts
Input circuit, safety mat clear
Max. safety mat resistance
PNOZ e3.1p, PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e4.1p, PNOZ e4vp
PNOZ e5.11p, PNOZ e5.13p
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
2W
20 %
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
2W
20 %
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
2W
20 %
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,0 A/50W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,7 A/70W
UB > 26,5 V: 2,2 A/65W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,0 A/50W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,7 A/70W
UB > 26,5 V: 2,2 A/65W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 1,5 A/40W
UB > 26,5 V: 1 A/30W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2 A/50W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45W
130 W
130 W
100 W
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
24 V/5 mA DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
24 V/5 mA DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
24 V/5 mA DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
1 kOhm
1.9
1 kOhm
2 kOhm
2 kOhm
2 kOhm
150 Ohm
150 Ohm
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2008-02
1.9-4
Basics
Technical details
Safety-r
elated characteristics of the
Safety-related
safety outputs
Probability of dangerous failure per hour
(PFHD)
with AND connection
without AND connection
SIL claim limit
Performance level (PL)
with AND connection
without AND connection
Proof test interval in years
Times
Supply interruption before de-energisation
Switch-on delay
Monitored reset
Automatic reset
Delay-on de-energisation
(= reaction time at e4 * p) at S35/S36 and
when safety function is triggered
Instantaneous safety outputs,
Semiconductor
Delayed safety outputs,
Semiconductor
(e * vp 10)
(e * vp 300)
PNOZ e3.1p, PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e4.1p, PNOZ e4vp
PNOZ e5.11p, PNOZ e5.13p
3,73E-09 1/h
3,44E-09 1/h
3
3,97E-09 1/h
3,68E-09 1/h
2
3,73E-09 1/h
3,44E-09 1/h
3
d
e
20
d
d
20
d
e
20
≤ 20 ms
≤ 20 ms
≤ 20 ms
max. 260 ms, typ.180 ms
max. 180 ms, typ. 100 ms
max. 260 ms, typ. 180 ms
max. 180 ms, typ. 50 ms
max. 260 ms, typ.120 ms
max. 210 ms, typ. 60 ms
40 ms
40 ms
30 ms
35 ms after E-STOP
0/0,15/0,5/1/2/3/5/7/10 s
0/15/25/50/100/150/200/250/
300 s
Accuracy
+/- 10% + max. 35ms
Repetition accuracy
+/-5%
Delay-on de-energisation after power failure 1 ms
Simultaneity input circuits
∞
Switch-on delay
(on initial start after UB is applied)
3s
Switch-on delay at S35/S36
max. 200 ms , typ. 120 ms
Min. reset button actuation time
closed/open
100 ms/100 ms
1.9
0/0,15/0,5/1/2/3/5/7/10 s
+/- 10% + max. 40ms
+/-5%
1 ms
∞
1 ms
∞
3s
max. 210 ms , typ. 60 ms
3s
max. 200 ms , typ. 60 ms
100 ms/100ms
100 ms/100 ms
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2008-02
1.9-5
Basics
Technical details
Envir
onmental data
Environmental
Airgap creepage
Climatic suitability
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
EMC
Vibration in accordance with
Frequency
Amplitude
Protection type
Mounting (e.g. control cabinet)
Housing
Terminals
Mechanical data
Cross section of external conductors
(screw terminals)
1 core flexible
2 core with the same cross section flexible
with crimp connectors, no plastic sleeve
Flexible without crimp connectors or with
TWIN crimp connectors
Max. cross section of external conductors
(cage clamp terminals)
Flexible without crimp connectors
Housing with cage clamp terminals
Stripping length
Terminal points per connection
Torque setting for connection terminals (screws)
Housing material
Front
Housing
PNOZ e3.1p, PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e4.1p, PNOZ e4vp
PNOZ e5.11p, PNOZ e5.13p
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
IP54
IP40
IP20
IP54
IP40
IP20
IP54
IP40
IP20
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
8 mm
2
0,5 Nm
8 mm
2
0,5 Nm
8 mm
2
0,5 Nm
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
1.9
The standards current on 2005-08 apply.
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2008-02
1.9-6
Basics
Technical details
Units with integrated contact expander module
Electrical data
Supply voltage
Voltage tolerance
Power consumption at UB without load
Residual ripple UB
Outputs, semiconductor
Safety outputs (N/O)
Auxiliary output (S)
Switching capability, semiconductor
2 outputs under load
1 output under load
Total power ext. load,
Semiconductor
Safety contacts (N/O)
Utilisation category
in accordance with EN 60947-4-1
AC1 safety contacts
DC1 safety contacts
Utilisation category
in accordance with EN 60947-5-1
AC15 safety contacts
DC13 safety contacts
(DC13: 6 cycles/min.)
Voltage and current at
Input circuit, reset circuit,
Feedback circuit
Auxiliary output, test pulse outputs
AND/OR inputs
Unit fuse protection
PNOZ e6.1p
PNOZ e6vp
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
4,5 W
20 %
24 V DC
-20 %/+25 %
4,5 W
20 %
2
1
2
1
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,0 A/50 W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45 W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,7 A/70 W
UB > 26,5 V: 2,2 A/65 W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,0 A/50 W
UB > 26,5 V: 1,5 A/45 W
UB ≤ 26,5 V: 2,7 A/70 W
UB > 26,5 V: 2,2 A/65 W
130 W
4
130 W
4
240 V/0,01 ... 6 A/1500 VA
24 V/0,01 ... 6 A/150 W
240 V/0,01 ... 6 A/1500 VA
24 V/0,01 ... 6 A/150 W
230 V/3 A
24 V/4 A
230 V/3 A
24 V/4 A
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
24 V/5 mA DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
24 V/5 mA DC
24 V/0,5 A DC
24 V/5 mA DC
max. 10 A quick
max. 6 A slow acting
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1.9
2008-02
1.9-7
Basics
Technical details
Units with integrated contact expander module
Max. overall cable resistance Rlmax
Input, reset and feedback circuit
Single-channel
Dual-channel with detection of shorts
across contacts
Safety-r
elated characteristics of the
Safety-related
safety outputs
Probability of dangerous failure per hour
(PFHD)
with AND connection, semiconductor output
with AND connection, relay output
without AND connection, semiconductor output
without AND connection, relay output
SIL claim limit
Performance level (PL)
with AND connection
without AND connection
Proof test interval in years
Times
Supply interruption before de-energisation
A1/A2
Delay time tv, safety outputs
PNOZ e6vp 10 s
Accuracy
Repetition accuracy
Switch-on delay, semiconductor
Monitored reset
Automatic reset
Switch-on delay, safety contacts
Monitored reset
Automatic reset
Delay-on de-energisation, safety contacts
After E-STOP
After power failure
PNOZ e6.1p
PNOZ e6vp
1 kOhm
1 kOhm
2 kOhm
2 kOhm
3,73E-09 1/h
6,04E-09 1/h
3,44E-09 1/h
5,75E-09 1/h
3
3,73E-09 1/h
6,04E-09 1/h
3,44E-09 1/h
5,75E-09 1/h
3
d
e
20
d
e
20
max. 20 ms
max. 20 ms
1.9
0/0,15/0,5/1/2/3/5/7/10 s
+/- 1 %
+/- 3 %
max. 260 ms, typ. 180 ms
max. 180 ms, typ. 100 ms
max. 260 ms, typ.180 ms
max. 180 ms, typ.100 ms
max. 280 ms, typ. 195 ms
max. 200 ms, typ. 115 ms
max. 280 ms, typ. 195 ms
max. 200 ms, typ. 115 ms
55 ms
max. 55 ms, typ. 45ms
55 ms + tv
max. 55 ms + tv, typ. 45 ms + tv
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2008-02
1.9-8
Basics
Technical details
Units with integrated contact expander module
Simultaneity of input circuits
Switch-on delay
(on initial start after UB is applied)
Switch-on delay, semiconductor
at S35/S36
Delay-on de-energisation, semiconductor
at S35/S36
Switch-on delay, semiconductor
at S35/S36
Delay-on de-energisation, safety contacts at
S35/S36
Envir
onmental data
Environmental
Airgap creepage
Climatic suitability
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
EMC
Vibration in accordance with
Frequency
Amplitude
Protection type
Mounting (e.g. control cabinet)
Housing
Terminals
Mechanical data
Cross section of external conductors
(screw terminals)
1 core flexible
2 core with the same cross section
Flexible with crimp connectors, no plastic
sleeve
Flexible without crimp connectors or with
TWIN crimp connectors
PNOZ e6.1p
∞
PNOZ e6vp
∞
max. 3 s, typ. 3 s
max. 3 s, typ. 3 s
max. 200 ms , typ. 120 ms
max. 200 ms , typ. 120 ms
40 ms
40 ms
max. 220 ms , typ. 135 ms
max. 220 ms , typ. 135 ms
max. 60 ms , typ. 50 ms
max. 60 ms , typ. 50 ms
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
EN 60947-1
EN 60068-2-78
-10 ... + 55 °C
-25 ... + 70 °C
EN 60947-5-1, EN 61000-6-2,
EN 61000-6-4
EN 60068-2-6
10 ... 55 Hz
0,35 mm
IP54
IP40
IP20
IP54
IP40
IP20
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 2,5 mm2/24-12 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,25 ... 1 mm2 /24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
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1.9
2008-02
1.9-9
Basics
Technical details
Units with integrated contact expander module
Max. cross section of external conductors
(cage clamp terminals)
Flexible without crimp connectors
Housing with cage clamp terminals
Stripping length
Terminal points per connection
Torque setting for connection terminals
(screws)
Housing material
Front
Housing
PNOZ e6.1p
PNOZ e6vp
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
0,20 ... 1,5 mm2/24-16 AWG
8 mm
2
8 mm
2
0,5 Nm
0,5 Nm
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
ABS UL 94 V0
PPO UL 94 V0
1.9
The standards current on 2005-09 apply.
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2008-02
1.9-10
Basics
Technical details
Approvals
Accessories
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e2.1p
PNOZ e2.2p
PNOZ e3.1p
PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e4.1p
PNOZ e4vp
PNOZ e5.11p
PNOZ e5.13p
PNOZ e6.1p
PNOZ e6vp
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
Pending
Pending
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
PLC drivers
Safety relays in the PNOZelog-range have a
diagnostic interface for outputting
diagnostic data to a PLC. The transmission
of the diagnostic data is controlled by input
Y5; the diagnostic data is issued at output
Y32.
To read and evaluate the diagnostic data
you will need to program a driver for the
PLC.
Pilz supplies drivers for PLCs from various
manufacturers. These are available on the
“PLC Drivers” CD, under order number 874
130B.
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1.9
2008-02
1.9-11
Products
2.0
3
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2.0-0
Products
Contents
Comparison of PNOZelog units
Unit-specific descriptions
PNOZ e1p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
PNOZ e1.1p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
PNOZ e1vp
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
PNOZ e2.1p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
PNOZ e2.2p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
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2006-08
2.0
2.0-1
Products
Contents
PNOZ e3.1p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
PNOZ e3vp
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
PNOZ e4.1p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
Connecting several safety mats
PNOZ e4vp
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
Connecting several safety mats
PNOZ e5.11p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
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2.0-2
Products
Contents
PNOZ e5.13p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
PNOZ e6.1p
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
PNOZ e6vp
Intended use
Description
Terminal configuration
Wiring
Logic inputs
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2.2-40
2.2-40
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2.2-40
2.2-42
2.2-43
2.2-43
2.2-43
2.2-43
2.2-43
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2.0
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2006-08
2.0-3
Products
22.1
.1
3
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2.1-0
Products
Comparison of PNOZelog units
Comparison of PNOZelog units
Function
Common features were described in
Chapters 2.2 … 2.9. Only the features
specific to individual units are described
here. Table 10-1 shows the differences
between the units. The pages that follow
provide information on intended use, wiring
and unit-specific data for each individual
unit.
PNOZ e1p
Detection of shorts
Delayed outputs
acr
oss contacts
across
In series to reset circuit, With terminal Y4 and A1 No
monitored
At terminal Y6,
With Y4 and A1/S11,
No
monitored
depending on the logic
AND/OR connection
At terminal Y6 and/or Y7, With Y4 and A1/S11,
0, 1 or 2, depending on
monitored
depending on the logic the AND wiring and
AND/OR connection
feedback loops
At terminal Y6 and/or Y7, Always with detection of No
monitored
shorts across contacts
At terminal Y6 and/or Y7, Always with detection of No
monitored
shorts across contacts
At terminal Y6,
With Y4 and A1/S11/
No
monitored
S23, depending on the
logic AND/OR connection
At terminal Y6 and/or Y7, With Y4 and A1/S11/
0, 1 or 2, depending on
monitored
the AND wiring and
S23, depending on the
logic AND/OR connection feedback loops
At terminal Y6,
Always with detection of No
monitored
shorts across contacts
Logic inputs
Applications
No
E-STOP
Safety gates
Light beam devices
Scanners
PNOZ e4vp
At terminal Y6 and/or Y7, Always with detection of Output 24
monitored
shorts across contacts
One AND and one OR
input
PNOZ e5.11p
At terminal Y6 and/or Y7, Always without detection No
monitored
of shorts across contacts
One AND input
PNOZ e5.13p
At terminal Y6 and/or Y7, Always without detection No
monitored
of shorts across contacts
One AND input
PNOZ e1.1p,
PNOZ e6.1p
PNOZ e1vp,
PNOZ e6vp
PNOZ e2.1p
PNOZ e2.2p
PNOZ e3.1p
PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e4.1p
Feedback loop
One AND and one OR
input
One AND and one OR
input
One AND and one OR
input
One AND and one OR
input
One AND and one OR
input
Two-hand buttons (N/CN/O)
Two-hand buttons (N/O)
One AND and one OR
input
Position switch
One AND and one OR
input
Mayser SM/BK safety
mat
Can be used to control a
PSS
Mayser SM/BK safety
mat
Can be used to control a
PSS
E-STOP
Safety gates
Light beam devices
Scanners
Position switches
Position switch
2.1
Table 2.1-1: Differences between the PNOZelog units
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e1p
Intended use
Terminal configuration
The relay PNOZ e1p is used for the safetyrelated interruption of a safety circuit. The
unit meets the requirements of EN 954-1 up
to Category 4.
The unit is designed for use on:
● E-STOP equipment
● Safety circuits in accordance with VDE
0113 Part 1 and EN 60204-1 (e.g. on
movable guards)
1
2
3
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e1p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● Feedback loop can be connected in
series to the reset circuit
● Application options for:
- E-STOP buttons
- Safety gate limit switches
- Safety mats and safe edges made by
Haake (N/C principle)
- Proximity switch evaluation devices
- Used to process signals from output
switching devices on safety mats
(short circuit principle) or from output
switching elements on light beam
devices
● Weight: 125 g
Input circuit:
The N/C contact on the trigger element (e.g.
E-STOP) must be connected to the input
circuit. A short circuit in the input circuit may
or may not be detected, depending on the
wiring of Y4.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table
Input circuit
Without
detection of
shorts across
contacts
Dual-channel
Single-channel
Y4
A1
S1
*1
S12
S22
With detection of
shorts across
contacts
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
Y4
A1
S1
*1
S1
*1
S12
S22
S11
S21
S22
S12
*1 “E-STOP” symbolises the N/C contact on
the trigger element
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PNOZ e1p
Reset circuit:
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring. With an automatic
reset, an operating mode with start-up test
can also be selected.
● The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Feedback loop:
Contacts from external contactors can be
connected in series to the reset circuit.
With automatic reset, the feedback loop
contacts are checked when the signal at the
output changes from high to low. After this
signal change, the feedback loop contacts
must close within 150 ms. If a contact is still
open after 150 ms, an error is detected and
is displayed as a flashing pulse (error code
1,8). It will not be possible to switch the unit
back on until the error has been rectified
and the supply voltage has been switched
off and then on again.
2.2
Input circuit
E-STOP wiring
Safety gate
without start-up test
Safety gate
with start-up test
Automatic reset
w/o feedback loop
with feedback loop
S11
S34
S21
S34
S11
S34
S21
S34
Monitored reset
without feedback loop
with feedback loop
*1
K1
K2
*1
S3
S3
A1
A1
S34
S34
*1
K1
K1
K2
K2
*1 K1 and K2 symbolise the contacts of the
external contactors
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PNOZ e1.1p
Intended use
The relay PNOZ e1.1p is used for the safetyrelated interruption of a safety circuit. The
unit meets the requirements of EN 954-1 up
to Category 4.
The unit is designed for use on:
● E-STOP equipment
● Safety circuits in accordance with VDE
0113 Part 1 and EN 60204-1 (e.g. on
movable guards)
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Terminal configuration
Input circuit:
The N/C contact on the trigger element (e.g.
E-STOP) must be connected to the input
circuit. A short circuit in the input circuit may
or may not be detected, depending on the
wiring of Y4.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Input circuit
The basic functions of the PNOZ e1.1p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connection for feedback loop
(monitored)
● Application options for:
- E-STOP buttons
- Safety gate limit switches
- Safety mats and safe edges made by
Haake (N/C principle)
- Proximity switch evaluation devices
- Used to process signals from output
switching devices on safety mats
(short circuit principle) or from output
switching elements on light beam
devices
2
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
3
Dual-channel
Single-channel
Description
1
The table describes how the input circuit is
wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input). If units are linked
together logically, Y4 must be wired as
described in the section entitled “Logic
inputs”.
Y4
S11
A1
S12
S22
S1 *
1
Y4
S11
With detection of
shorts across contacts
A1
S1
S12
S22
Y4
S21
S11
S1
S12
S22
*1 “E-STOP” symbolises the N/C contact on
the trigger element
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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Reset circuit:
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring. With an automatic
reset, an operating mode with start-up test
can also be selected.
● The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Feedback loop:
The unit has a separate feedback loop.
Contacts from external contactors can be
connected between Y6 and A1.
● Close the feedback loop by linkingY6-A1
or by connecting contacts from external
contactors between Y6 and A1.
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loop is closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
2.2
Input circuit
E-STOP wiring
Safety gate
without start-up test
Safety gate
with start-up test
Monitored reset
Automatic reset
S11
S3
S34
A1
S34
S21
S34
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Example:
Positive-guided contacts K1 and K2 on a 3phase motor control the feedback loop (Fig.
2.2-1).
PNOZelog
A1
K1
K1
K2
Y6
K2
14
M
24
3~
K1
K2
Fig. 2.2-1: Feedback loop with contacts from a motor
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PNOZ e1.1p
Logic inputs
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p:: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
Y4
14/24
Unit 1
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
14/24
A1
AND
OR
With detection of shorts
across contacts
Unit 1
14/24
Unit 2
A1
14/24
S36
AND
OR/No connection
Y4
*1
S11
S36
S35
Y4
14/24
Y4
*1
14/24
PNOZ e1.1p
Unit 2
AND connection
PNOZ e1.1p
Unit 1
Y4
*1
OR
S35
PNOZ e1.1p
Unit 1
Y4
*1
S21
AND
OR
S36
14/24
AND
S36
14/24
S35
PNOZ e1.1p
Unit 1
PNOZ e1.1p
Unit 1
OR
S35
PNOZ e1.1p
*1 Where units are linked logically, Y4
must be wired as shown here (differs
from the portrayal on the input circuit).
2.2
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e1vp
Intended use
The relay PNOZ e1vp is used for the safetyrelated interruption of a safety circuit. The
unit meets the requirements of EN 954-1 up
to Category 4.
The unit is designed for use on:
● E-STOP equipment
● Safety circuits in accordance with VDE
0113 Part 1 and EN 60204-1 (e.g. on
movable guards)
2.2
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs:
24 V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Terminal configuration
Input circuit:
The N/C contact on the trigger element (e.g.
E-STOP) must be connected to the input
circuit. A short circuit in the input circuit may
or may not be detected, depending on the
wiring of Y4.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Input circuit
Single-channel
Description
1
The basic functions of the PNOZ e1vp are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24), delay-on
de-energisation can be selected
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Application options for:
- E-STOP buttons
- Safety gate limit switches
- Safety mats and safe edges made by
Haake (N/C principle)
- Proximity switch evaluation devices
- Used to process signals from output
switching devices on safety mats
(short circuit principle) or from output
switching elements on light beam
devices
2
3
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
The table describes how the input circuit is
wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input). If units are linked
together logically, Y4 must be wired as
described in the section entitled “Logic
inputs”.
Y4
S11
A1
S12
S22
Dual-channel
S1
*1
Y4
S11
With detection of
shorts across contacts
A1
S1
*1
S12
S22
Y4
S21
S11
*1
S1
S12
S22
*1 “E-STOP” symbolises the N/C contact on
the trigger element
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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Reset circuit:
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring. Special wiring
must be used for safety gate monitoring
with start-up test.
● The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Delay-onde-energisation tv :
Terminals Y6 and Y7 are used to connect
the feedback loop and also to establish the
delay-on de-energisation on the safety
outputs. The signal for the delay time is
connected to the contact on the feedback
loop.
Input circuit
Automatic reset
E-STOP wiring
Monitored reset
S11
Safety gate
without start-up test
S3
S34
A1
S34
S21
Safety gate
with start-up test
S34
INFORMATION
Safety output 24 has delay-on deenergisation. If only the OR function
is used, safety output 14 may also
have delay-on de-energisation. The
times are selectable.
Set delay-on de-energisation by connecting
Y6 and Y7 to terminals A1, S11 and S21 in
accordance with Table 2.2-2.
Examples:
PNOZ e1vp 10 with delay-on deenergisation of 1 s: connect Y6 to S11 and
Y7 to A1.
Y6
Y7
tv [s]
PNOZ e1vp 10
tv [s]
PNOZ e1vp 300
A1
A1
A1
S11
A1
S21
S11
A1
S11
S11
S11
S21
S21
A1
S21
S11
S21
S21
0
0.15
0.5
1
2
3
5
7
10
0
15
25
50
100
150
200
250
300
Table 2.2-2: Setting delay-on de-energisation
PNOZ e1vp 300 with delay-on deenergisation of 250 s: connect Y6 to S21
and Y7 to S11.
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PNOZ e1vp
Feedback loop:
The unit has two feedback loops,
one (Y6) for safety output 14 and one (Y7)
for safety output 24:
● Safety output 14 (instantaneous):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y6.
● Safety output 24 (delay-on deenergisation):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y7.
● Both safety outputs delayed or both
instantaneous:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors in series to Y6 or Y7.
● Feedback loop unconnected:
If you do not wish to connect any
contacts to the feedback loop, Y6 and Y7
must be connected to A1 or S11/S21,
depending on the required delay time.
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
2.2
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Examples
● Example 1:
Both outputs are delayed (A1-S36 linked):
PNOZ e1vp 10s: tv = 5 s
PNOZ e1vp 300 S: tv = 200 s
Feedback loop is connected to Y7. Only
a logic OR connection is possible with
this wiring.
● Example 2:
Both outputs are instantaneous, the
feedback loop is connected to Y7. This
wiring enables a logic AND and an OR
connection.
PNOZelog
A1
K1
Y6
K2
PNOZelog
Y4
A1
S11
A1
S36
S35
S35
S21
K1
Y6
K2
S36
Y7
14
24
K1
K2
Y7
14
Fig. 2.2-3: Both outputs instantaneous
24
K1
K2
Fig. 2.2-2: Both outputs delayed
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loops are closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
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PNOZ e1vp
Logic inputs
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
Y4
14/24
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
Unit 1
14/24
AND
OR
14/24
Unit 2
OR/No connection active
S36
14/24
AND
S11
S36
S35
Y4
Y4
*1
A1
14/24
PNOZ e1vp
14/24
Unit 1
Y4
*1
A1
Unit 2
With detection of shorts
across contacts
AND connection
PNOZ e1vp
Unit 1
*1
Y4
OR
S35
PNOZ e1vp
Unit 1
Y4
*1
S21
AND
OR
S36
14/24
AND
S36
S35
PNOZ e1vp
14/24
Unit 1
PNOZ e1vp
Unit 1
OR
S35
PNOZ e1vp
A1
Safety output 14
delayed
S36
*1 Where units are linked logically, Y4 must
be wired as shown here (differs from the
portrayal on the input circuit).
2.2
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e2.1p
Intended use
The unit meets the requirements of EN 574,
Type III C.
The two-hand control device forces a press
operator to keep his hands outside the
hazardous area during the dangerous
closing movement, in order to avoid hand
injuries.
The unit is suitable for use on controllers for
metal processing presses as a component
for simultaneity.
It can be used as a hand protection device
to conform with the following technical
regulations:
● Eccentric and related presses
(EN 692)
● Hydraulic presses (EN 693)
● Fly presses (EN 692)
or in
● Safety circuits in accordance with EN
60204-1 (VDE 0113-1)
Description
2.2
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Sequence of two-hand operation:
● If both buttons are operated
“simultaneously”, i.e. within 0.5 s, safety
outputs 14 and 24 will carry high signals.
The LEDs “CH.1” and “CH.2” will light.
● The safety outputs will carry a low signal
if
- Only one button is pressed,
- The simultaneity time is exceeded,
- The feedback control loop was not
closed.
● If the buttons have been operated
simultaneously but then one button is
released, the safety outputs will carry a
low signal. The LEDs “CH.1” and “CH.2”
are off.
● To reactivate: The safety outputs will not
return to a high signal until both operator
elements have been released and are
then operated simultaneously.
Supply voltage
1
0
Button 1
1
0
Button 2
1
0
Feedback circuit
1
0
Output
1
0
t0 t1
Irrelevant
Button operated: 1
Feedback control loop closed: 1
t0: UB must be present at least 3 s
before button 1 is operated
t1: Simultaneity < 0.5 s
t2
t3
t4
t1
t2: Operating cycle ended through button 1
or 2
t3: Y6 and Y7 must be closed for at least
150 ms after the operating cycle is complete
t4: Y6 and Y7 must be closed for at least
50 ms before button is pressed
The basic functions of the PNOZ e2.1p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Application: Two-hand monitoring
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PNOZ e2.1p
Terminal configuration
Input circuit:
The N/C and N/O contacts on the two-hand
button must be connected to the input
circuits. The input circuit may only be wired
as shown in the following diagram.
Input circuit
1
2
S1
S2
3
S11 S12 S13 S21 S22 S23
Reset circuit:
The two-hand control unit is always reset
automatically.
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
● Unit is AND-linked:
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 14
between Y6 and A1.
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 24 to Y7
and A1.
● If you do not wish to connect any
contacts to the feedback loop, Y6 - A1/
S11 and/or Y7 - A1 should be linked out.
Feedback loop:
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24.
The wiring of the feedback loop depends on
the unit’s logic connections:
● Unit used as single unit or only ORlinked:
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 14
between Y6 and S11.
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 24 to Y7
and A1.
The wiring is illustrated in the section
entitled “Logic connections”.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loops are closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8/1,11).
It will not be possible to switch the unit back
on until the error has been rectified and the
supply voltage has been switched off and
then on again.
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e2.1p
Logic inputs
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p:: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
2.2
Single unit
K3
K4
K1 K2
Y7 Y6
AND + OR connection
K3
14/24
Unit 1
K4
AND connection
A1
K3
K1
K2
S11 A1
K4
Y6
Y7
AND
14/24
OR
Unit 2
OR/No connection
A1
A1
K1
K2
K3
Y6
K4
Y7
S36
14/24
AND
S36
K1
K2
S11
Y6
Y7
14/24
OR
S35
S35
PNOZ e2.1p
Unit 1
PNOZ e2.1p
Unit 1
PNOZ e2.1p
K1 ... K4 symbolise the contacts of the
external contactors in the feedback loop; if
a feedback loop is not used, links must be
inserted instead of contacts.
AND connection
The high signal must always be present at
the AND input before the two-hand button is
operated. If the AND input switches from a
low to a high signal while the two-hand
button is operated, you will need to release
the button and press it again.
Two-hand button
1
0
AND input
1
0
Output
1
0
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e2.2p
Intended use
The unit meets the requirements of
EN 574, Type III A.
CAUTION!
The PNOZ e2.2p may not be used on
press controllers. For these we
recommend the PNOZ e2.1p. It is
only suitable for use where the risk
analysis has established a low level
of risk (e.g. EN 954-1 Cat. 1 or 2).
The two-hand control unit is used as a Type
IIIA hand protection device on plant and
machinery, in accordance with EN 574.
The unit forces the operator to keep his
hands outside the hazardous area during
dangerous movements.
The PNOZ e2.2p is intended for use in twohand control circuits. Please note the type
of two-hand circuit as stated in the relevant
C standard.
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e2.2p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Application: Two-hand monitoring
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs:
24 V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Sequence of two-hand operation:
● If both buttons are operated
“simultaneously”, i.e. within 0.5 s, safety
outputs 14 and 24 will carry high signals.
The LEDs “CH.1” and “CH.2” will light.
● The safety outputs will carry a low signal
if
- Only one button is pressed,
- The simultaneity time is exceeded,
- The feedback loop is still open.
● If the buttons have been operated
simultaneously but then one button is
released, the safety outputs will carry a
low signal. The LEDs “CH.1” and “CH.2”
are off.
● To reactivate: The safety outputs will not
return to a high signal until both operator
elements have been released and are
then operated simultaneously.
Supply voltage
1
0
Button 1
1
0
Button 2
1
0
Feedback circuit
1
0
Output
1
0
t0 t1
Irrelevant
Button operated: 1
Feedback control loop closed: 1
t0: UB must be present at least 3 s
before button 1 is operated
t1: Simultaneity < 0.5 s
t2
t3
t4
t1
t2: Operating cycle ended through button 1
or 2
t3: Y6 and Y7 must be closed for at least
150 ms after the operating cycle is complete
t4: Y6 and Y7 must be closed for at least 50
ms before button is pressed
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PNOZ e2.2p
Terminal configuration
2.2
Input circuit:
The N/O contacts on the two-hand button
must be connected to the input circuits. The
input circuit may only be wired as shown in
the following diagram.
Input circuit
1
2
S1
S2
3
S13 S14
S23 S24
Reset circuit:
The two-hand control unit is always reset
automatically.
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
● Unit is AND-linked:
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 14
between Y6 and A1
A1.
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 24 to Y7
and A1
A1.
● If you do not wish to connect any
contacts to the feedback loop, Y6 - A1/
S11 and/or Y7 - A1 should be linked out.
Feedback loop:
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24.
The wiring of the feedback loop depends on
the unit’s logic connections:
● Unit used as single unit or only ORlinked:
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 14
between Y6 and S11
S11.
- Connect the contacts from external
contactors on safety output 24 to Y7
and A1
A1.
The wiring is illustrated in the section
entitled “Logic connections”.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loops are closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are checked
when the signal at the output changes from
high to low. After this signal change, the
feedback loop contacts must close within
150 ms. If a contact is still open after 150
ms, an error is detected and is displayed as
a flashing code (1,8/1,11). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e2.2p
Logic inputs
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p:: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
Single unit
K3
K4
K1 K2
Y7 Y6
AND + OR connection
K3
14/24
Unit 1
K4
AND connection
A1
K3
K1
K2
S13 A1
K4
Y6
14/24
OR
Unit 2
A1
A1
K1
K2
K3
Y6
K4
Y7
Y7
AND
OR/No connection active
14/24
S36
AND
S36
K1
K2
S13
Y6
Y7
14/24
OR
S35
S35
Unit 1
PNOZ e2.2p
PNOZ e2.2p
Unit 1
PNOZ e2.2p
K1 ... K4 symbolise the contacts of the
external contactors in the feedback loop; if
a feedback loop is not used, links must be
inserted instead of contacts.
AND connection
The high signal must always be present at
the AND input before the two-hand button is
operated. If the AND input switches from a
low to a high signal while the two-hand
button is operated, you will need to release
the button and press it again.
Two-hand button
1
0
AND input
1
0
Output
1
0
2.2
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e3.1p
Intended use
2.2
Terminal configuration
The relay PNOZ e3.1p is used for the safetyrelated interruption of a safety circuit. The
unit meets the requirements of EN 954-1 up
to Category 4. It may be used
● With the safety sensors
PSEN 2.1p-10 and PSEN 2.1p-11 in
safety circuits in accordance with EN
60947-5-3, PDF-M
● As an evaluation device for position
switches with N/C / N/O combination
Input circuit:
The N/C and N/O contacts on the trigger
element must be connected to the input
circuits. A short circuit in the input circuit
may or may not be detected, depending on
the wiring of Y4.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
1
2
3
Input circuit
Dual-channel
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e3.1p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connection for feedback loop
(monitored)
● Application options for:
- Safety sensors PSEN 2.1p-10 and
PSEN 2.1p-11
- Position switch with N/C / N/O
combination
● Only 2-channel operation is permitted
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
The table describes how the input circuit is
wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input). If units are linked
together logically, Y4 must be wired as
described in the section entitled “Logic
inputs”.
A1
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
Y4
S12
S11
S24
S11
With detection of
shorts across contacts
Wiring
Y4
S12
S23
S23
S24
braun/brown/marron 1
weiß/white/blanc
2
blau/blue/bleu
3
schwarz/black/noir
4
braun/brown/marron 1
weiß/white/blanc
2
blau/blue/bleu
3
schwarz/black/noir
4
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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Reset circuit:
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring. With an automatic
reset, an operating mode with start-up test
can also be selected.
● The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Feedback loop:
The unit has a separate feedback loop.
Contacts from external contactors can be
connected between Y6 and A1.
● Close the feedback loop by linkingY6-A1
or by connecting contacts from external
contactors between Y6 and A1.
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loop is closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
Input circuit
E-STOP wiring
Safety gate
without start-up test
Safety gate
with start-up test
Automatic reset
Monitored reset
S11
S3
S34
A1
S34
S23
S34
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still
open after 150 ms, an error is detected and
is displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will
not be possible to switch the unit back on
until the error has been rectified and the
supply voltage has been switched off and
then on again.
Example:
Positive-guided contacts K1 and K2 on a 3phase motor contactor control the feedback
loop (Fig. 2.2-2).
PNOZelog
A1
K1
K1
K2
Y6
K2
14
M
24
3~
K1
K2
Fig. 2.2-4: Feedback loop with contacts from a motor
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e3.1p
Logic inputs
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p:: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
2.2
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
Y4
14/24
Unit 1
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
14/24
AND
OR
14/24
Unit 2
S36
14/24
AND
OR/No connection active
Y4 *1
Y4
A1
S11
S36
S35
14/24
PNOZ e3.1p
Y4
14/24
Unit 1
*1
A1
Unit 2
With detection of shorts
across contacts
AND connection
PNOZ e3.1p
Unit 1
OR
PNOZ e3.1p
Unit 1
Y4
Y4 *1
*1
S35
S23
AND
OR
S36
14/24
AND
S36
S35
PNOZ e3.1p
14/24
Unit 1
PNOZ e3.1p
Unit 1
OR
S35
PNOZ e3.1p
*1 Where units are linked logically, Y4
must be wired as shown here (differs
from the portrayal on the input circuit).
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e3vp
Intended use
Terminal configuration
The relay PNOZ e3vp is used for the safetyrelated interruption of a safety circuit. The
unit meets the requirements of EN 954-1 up
to Category 4. It may be used
● With the safety sensors
PSEN 2.1p-10 and PSEN 2.1p-11 in
safety circuits in accordance with EN
60947-5-3, PDF-M
● As an evaluation device for position
switches with N/C / N/O combination
Input circuit:
The N/C and N/O contacts on the trigger
element must be connected to the input
circuits. A short circuit in the input circuit
may or may not be detected, depending on
the wiring of Y4.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
The table describes how the input circuit is
wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input). If units are linked
together logically, Y4 must be wired as
described in the section entitled “Logic
inputs”.
1
2
Input circuit
Dual-channel
3
A1
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e3vp are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24), delay-on
de-energisation can be selected
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Application options for:
- Safety sensors PSEN 2.1p-10 and
PSEN 2.1p-11
- Position switch with N/C / N/O
combination
● Only 2-channel operation is permitted
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
Y4
S12
S11
S24
S11
With detection of
shorts across contacts
Y4
S12
S23
S23
S24
braun/brown/marron 1
weiß/white/blanc
2
blau/blue/bleu
3
schwarz/black/noir
4
braun/brown/marron 1
weiß/white/blanc
2
blau/blue/bleu
3
schwarz/black/noir
4
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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PNOZ e3vp
Reset circuit:
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring. With an automatic
reset, an operating mode with start-up test
can also be selected.
● The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Delay-on de-energisation tv :
Terminals Y6 and Y7 are used to connect
the feedback loop and also to establish the
delay-on de-energisation on the safety
outputs. The signal for the delay time is
connected to the contact on the feedback
loop.
2.2
Input circuit
Automatic reset
E-STOP wiring
Monitored reset
S11
Safety gate
without start-up test
S3
S34
A1
S34
S23
Safety gate
with start-up test
S34
INFORMATION
Safety output 24 has delay-on deenergisation. If only the OR function
is used, safety output 14 may also
have delay-on de-energisation. The
times are selectable.
Set delay-on de-energisation by connecting
Y6 and Y7 to terminals A1, S11 and S21 in
accordance with Table 2.2-3.
Examples:
PNOZ e3vp 10 with delay-on deenergisation of 1 s: connect Y6 to S11 and
Y7 to A1.
Y6
Y7
tv [s]
PNOZ e3vp 10
tv [s]
PNOZ e3vp 300
A1
A1
A1
S11
A1
S23
S11
A1
S11
S11
S11
S23
S23
A1
S23
S11
S23
S23
0
0.15
0.5
1
2
3
5
7
10
0
15
25
50
100
150
200
250
300
Table 2.2-3: Setting delay-on de-energisation
PNOZ e3vp 300 with delay-on deenergisation of 250 s: connect Y6 to S23
and Y7 to S11.
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PNOZ e3vp
Feedback loop:
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24:
● Safety output 14 (instantaneous):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y6.
● Safety output 24 (delay-on deenergisation):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y7.
● Both safety outputs delayed or both
instantaneous:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors in series to Y6 or Y7.
● Feedback loop unconnected:
If you do not wish to connect any
contacts to the feedback loop, Y6 and Y7
must be connected to A1 or S11/S21,
depending on the required delay time.
the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Examples
● Example 1:
Both outputs are delayed (A1-S36 linked):
PNOZ e3vp 10s: tv = 5 s
PNOZ e3vp 300 S: tv = 200 s
Feedback loop is connected to Y7. Only
a logic OR connection is possible with
this wiring.
PNOZelog
A1
K1
Y6
K2
PNOZelog
Y4
A1
S11
A1
S36
S35
S35
S23
K1
Y6
K2
S36
Y7
14
24
K1
Y7
K2
14
24
Fig. 2.2-6: Both outputs instantaneous
K1
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
● Example 2:
Both outputs are instantaneous, the
feedback loop is connected to Y7. This
wiring enables a logic AND and an OR
connection.
K2
Fig. 2.2-5: Both outputs delayed
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loops are closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e3vp
Logic inputs
Please note the following when linking
several units:
● PNOZ e1p: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
2.2
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
14/24
Without detection of shorts
across contacts
Unit 1
14/24
AND
OR
Unit 1
14/24
Unit 2
Y4
A1
A1
S36
14/24
AND
OR/No connection active
*1
Y4
S11
S36
S35
Y4
14/24
With detection of shorts
across contacts
1
Y4 *
14/24
PNOZ e3vp
Unit 2
AND connection
PNOZ e3vp
Unit 1
*1
OR
S35
PNOZ e3vp
Unit 1
Y4
1
Y4 *
S23
AND
OR
S36
14/24
AND
S36
S35
PNOZ e3vp
14/24
Unit 1
PNOZ e3vp
Unit 1
OR
S35
PNOZ e3vp
A1
Safety output 14
delayed
S36
*1 Where units are linked logically, Y4 must
be wired as shown here (differs from the
portrayal on the input circuit).
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PNOZ e4.1p
Intended use
Terminal configuration
The safety relay PNOZ e4.1p is used for the
safety-related interruption of a safety circuit.
It may only be used as a safety system in
conjunction with Mayser SM/BK type safety
mats in accordance with the 4-wire
technology operating principle (without
monitoring resistor).
The safety relay is used for signal
processing and as a shutdown device in
accordance with EN 1760-1.
The safety mat is described in the
documentation produced by Mayser.
CAUTION!
No additional loads may be
connected to outputs that are used
to control a PSS.
If contactors alone are being controlled, we
recommend the wiring for controlling a PSS.
1
2
3
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e4.1p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Used exclusively as a safety system in
conjunction with safety mats (see
Intended use)
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Input circuit:
Connect the safety mat to the inputs and
define via the wiring of Y4 whether you are:
• Using the AND/OR inputs of the
PNOZ e4.1p
and whether
• The PNOZ e4.1p is controlling a PSS or a
PNOZelog unit with its safety outputs.
Input circuit
Controlling a PSS
AND input and
OR input active
Y4
A1
S11
S12
Only OR input active
or no connection
rot/red/rouge
rot/red/rouge
schwarz/black/noir
S21
S22 schwarz/black/noir
Y4
S11
rot/red/rouge
Wiring
Controlling a
PNOZelog unit
Y4
S11
rot/red/rouge
S12
schwarz/black/noir
S21
S22 schwarz/black/noir
S11
S12
rot/red/rouge
rot/red/rouge
schwarz/black/noir
S21
S22 schwarz/black/noir
rot/red/rouge
Y4
S21
S11
rot/red/rouge
S12
schwarz/black/noir
S21
S22 schwarz/black/noir
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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Reset circuit:
The reset circuit defines the safety system’s
reset features:
● Automatic reset (start): Unit is active as
soon as the input circuits are closed, i.e.
the safety mat is not activated.
● Manual reset (start): The unit is not active
until the reset button has been operated.
This eliminates the possibility of the reset
button being overridden, triggering
automatic activation.
The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Feedback loop:
The unit has a separate feedback loop.
Contacts from external contactors can be
connected between Y6 and A1.
● Close the feedback loop by linkingY6-A1
or by connecting contacts from external
contactors between Y6 and A1.
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately.
It will not be possible to switch the unit back
on until the feedback loop is closed and the
safety function has been triggered. At the
2.2
Input circuit
Safety mat
without start-up test
Automatic reset (start)
Manual reset (start)
S11
S3
S34
Safety mat
with start-up test
A1
S34
S21
S34
same time, if the OR input is used, the
signal at the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Example:
Positive-guided contacts K1 and K2 on a 3phase motor contactor control the feedback
loop (Fig. 2.2-2).
PNOZelog
A1
K1
K1
K2
Y6
K2
14
M
24
3~
K1
K2
Fig. 2.2-7: Feedback loop with contacts from a motor
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Logic inputs
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p:: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
14/24
Controlling a PSS
PNOZelog
14/24
AND
OR
PNOZelog
PNOZelog
OR
PNOZelog
Y4
Y4
Y4
A1
S11
S36
14
Input 1
24
Input 2
14/24
AND
S36
14/24
S35
PSS
PNOZelog
PNOZ e4vp
Y4
AND
OR/No connection active
A1
PNOZ e4vp
14/24
Controlling a
PNOZelog unit
AND connection
Input
PSS
14/24
OR
PNOZelog
14/24
14/24
Y4
AND
PNOZelog
14/24
S36
14/24
S35
PNOZ e4vp
PSS
S21
S36
PNOZelog
Input 1
Input 2
PNOZ e4vp
Y4
S36
S35
14
24
PNOZ e4vp
S36
PNOZelog
14/24
PNOZelog
OR
S36
S35
PNOZ e4vp
PNOZelog
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
2.2
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2.2
Connecting several safety mats
Several safety mats may be connected to
each other (see Mayser documentation).
When wiring, make sure to always connect
together cable of the same colour!
black
red
red
SM/BK
black
S21
S11
PNOZ e4.1p
black
red
S12
S22
red
SM/BK
black
Fig. 2.2-8: Connect cables of the same colour
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e4vp
Intended use
Terminal configuration
The safety relay PNOZ e4vp is used for the
safety-related interruption of a safety circuit.
The unit meets the requirements of EN 9541 up to Category 4. It may only be used as a
safety system in conjunction with Mayser
SM/BK type safety mats in accordance with
the 4-wire technology operating principle
(without monitoring resistor). The safety
relay is used for signal processing and as a
shutdown device in accordance with
EN 1760-1. The safety mat is described in
the documentation produced by Mayser.
CAUTION!
No additional loads may be
connected to outputs that are used
to control a PSS.
If contactors alone are being controlled, we
recommend the wiring for controlling a PSS.
1
2
3
Input circuit
Controlling a
PSS
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e4vp are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24), delay-on
de-energisation can be selected
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Used exclusively as a safety system in
conjunction with safety mats (see
Intended use)
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
V/5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Input circuit:
Connect the safety mat to the inputs and
define via the wiring of Y4 whether you are:
• Using the AND/OR inputs of the
PNOZ e4vp
and whether
• The PNOZ e4vp is controlling a PSS or a
PNOZelog unit with its outputs.
Controlling a
PNOZelog unit
Wiring
AND connection and
OR connection active
Y4
A1
Y4
S11
S12
S21
S22
S11
S12
S21
S22
No connection or only OR
connection active
rot/red/rouge
rot/red/rouge
schwarz/black/noir
Y4
S11
schwarz/black/noir
rot/red/rouge
rot/red/rouge
schwarz/black/noir
Y4
S21
schwarz/black/noir
S11
S12
S21
S22
S11
S12
S21
S22
rot/red/rouge
rot/red/rouge
schwarz/black/noir
schwarz/black/noir
rot/red/rouge
rot/red/rouge
schwarz/black/noir
schwarz/black/noir
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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PNOZ e4vp
Reset circuit:
The reset circuit defines the safety system’s
reset features:
● Automatic reset (start): Unit is active as
soon as the input circuits are closed, i.e.
the safety mat is not activated.
● Manual reset (start): The unit is not active
until the reset button has been operated.
This eliminates the possibility of the reset
button being overridden, triggering
automatic activation.
2.2
Input circuit
Automatic reset (start)
Manual reset (start)
S11
Safety mat
without start-up test
S3
S34
A1
S34
S21
Safety mat
with start-up test
S34
The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Delay-on de-energisation tv :
Terminals Y6 and Y7 are used to connect
the feedback loops and also to define the
delay-on de-energisation on output 24. Both
the signals for the delay time are connected
to the contacts on the feedback loops.
Set delay-on de-energisation by connecting
Y6 and Y7 to terminals A1, S11 and S21 in
accordance with Table 2.2-4.
Example:
PNOZ e4vp 10 with delay-on de-energisation of 1 s: connect Y6 to S11 and Y7 to
A1.
Y6
Y7
tv [s]
PNOZ e4vp 10
A1
A1
A1
S11
A1
S21
S11
A1
S11
S11
S11
S21
S21
A1
S21
S11
S21
S21
0
0.15
0.5
1
2
3
5
7
10
Table 2.2-4: Setting delay-on de-energisation
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Feedback loop:
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24:
● Safety output 14 (instantaneous):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y6.
● Safety output 24 (delay-on deenergisation):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y7.
● Both safety outputs instantaneous:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors in series to Y6 or Y7.
● Feedback loop unconnected:
If you do not wish to connect any
contacts to the feedback loop, Y6 and Y7
must be connected to A1 or S11/S21,
depending on the required delay time.
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Examples
● Example 1:
Output 24 with delay-on de-energisation:
PNOZ e4vp 10s: tv = 5 s
The feedback loop is connected to Y7 or
Y6. Only a logic OR connection is
possible with this wiring at Y4.
S35
PNOZ e4vp
Y4
PNOZ e4vp
A1
Y4
S11
● Example 2:
Both outputs are instantaneous, the
feedback loop is connected to Y7. This
wiring enables a logic AND and an OR
connection, as Y4 is not used.
K2
S35
K2
Y6
14
24
K1
Y6
K1
Y7
S21
A1
S36
Y7
14
24
K1
K1
K2
K2
Fig. 2.2-10: Both outputs instantaneous
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
Fig. 2.2-9: Output 24 with delay-on de-energisation
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loops are closed and the safety
function has been triggered.
At the same time, if the OR input is used,
the signal at the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
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PNOZ e4vp
Logic inputs
Please note the following when linking
several units:
● PNOZ e1p: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
● The PSS must always have a dualchannel connection.
2.2
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
14/24
Controlling a PSS
PNOZelog
14/24
AND
OR
PNOZelog
PNOZelog
OR
PNOZelog
Y4
Y4
Y4
A1
S11
S36
14
Input 1
24
Input 2
14/24
AND
S36
14/24
S35
PSS
PNOZelog
PNOZ e4vp
Y4
AND
OR/No connection active
A1
PNOZ e4vp
14/24
Controlling a
PNOZelog unit
AND connection
Input
PSS
14/24
OR
PNOZelog
14/24
PSS
Y4
S36
14/24
AND
PNOZelog
14/24
S36
14/24
PNOZelog
Input 2
S21
S35
PNOZ e4vp
Input 1
24
PNOZ e4vp
Y4
S36
S35
14
PNOZ e4vp
S36
PNOZelog
14/24
PNOZelog
OR
S36
S35
PNOZ e4vp
PNOZelog
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
The PSS must always have a dual-channel
connection.
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PNOZ e4vp
Connecting several safety mats
Several safety mats may be connected to
each other (see Mayser documentation).
When wiring, make sure to always connect
together cable of the same colour!
black
red
red
SM/BK
black
S21
S11
PNOZ e4vp
black
red
S12
S22
red
SM/BK
black
Fig. 2.2-11: Connect cables of the same colour
2.2
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e5.11p
Intended use
The relay PNOZ e5.11p is used for the
safety-related interruption of two safety
circuits. The unit meets the requirements of
EN 954-1 up to Category 4. It may be used
● In E-STOP equipment
● In safety circuits in accordance with VDE
0113 Part 1 and EN 60204-1 (e.g. on
movable guards)
● As an evaluation device for position
switches with N/C / N/C combination
2.2
- Proximity switch evaluation devices
- Position switch with N/C / N/C
combination
● Used to process signals from output
switching devices on safety mats or from
output switching elements on light
barriers
● Voltage and current at AND inputs: 24 V/
5 mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
Terminal configuration
CAUTION!
This unit may only be used up to
category 3 in accordance with EN
954-1!
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e5.11p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- 2 auxiliary outputs (Y32 and Y33)
● One AND input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Application options for:
- E-STOP button
- Safety gate limit switch
- Reset button
- Safety mats and safe edges made by
Haake
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The input circuit S12/S22 influences safety
output 14:
● Input circuit S12/S22 closed (e.g. ESTOP button not operated):
A high signal is present at safety output
14.
● Input circuit S12/S22 is open (e.g. ESTOP button operated):
There will be a low signal at safety output
14.
Input circuit S32/S42 is AND-linked with
input circuit S12/S22 and AND input S36.
The result of the logic operation can be
viewed through safety output 24 and
auxiliary output Y32.
Auxiliary output Y33 indicates the status of
input circuit S32/S42.
If input circuit S32/S42 is closed (e.g. safety
gate closed), there will be a high signal at
the auxiliary output.
Example:
Representation of a PNOZ e5.11p, ANDlinked with another PNOZelog unit
Input circuit
Single-channel
(without detection
of shorts across
contacts)
Dual-channel
(without detection
of shorts across
contacts)
Input circuit S12/S22
Input circuit S32/S42
S1
A1
A1
Y37
S36
Y37
S36
S12
S22
S32
S42
S1
A1
A1
Y37
Y37
S36
S36
S12
S22
S32
S42
PNOZe5.11p
PNOZelog
14
14
24
S12
S22
S36
Input
S32
S42
Input
24
&
Y32
NOTICE
The AND input S36 must be
connected. If the input is not being
used, terminal S36 must be
connected to terminal Y37.
Safety output 24 and auxiliary output Y32
will only then have a high signal if:
● Input circuit S12/S22 is closed (e.g. ESTOP button not operated) and
● Input circuit S32/S42 is closed (e.g.
safety gate closed) and
● There is a high signal at the AND input (if
the AND input is active).
Y33
Input circuit:
The contacts on the trigger elements must
be connected to the input circuits.
● The input circuits should be connected
as described in the table.
The table describes how the input circuits
are wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input).
2.2
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Reset circuit/feedback loop:
Terminals Y6 and Y7 are used to connect
the feedback loops and also to define the
reset behaviour.
● Terminal Y6 is used
- to define the reset behaviour for input
circuit S12/S22 and
- to connect the feedback loop for
safety output 14.
● Terminal Y7 is used to:
- to determine the reset mode for input
circuit S32/S42 and
- connect the feedback loop for safety
output 24.
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring.
● Automatic reset:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors between Y6/Y7 and Y37.
● Monitored reset:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors between Y6/Y7 and A1.
Feedback loop unused:
If you do not wish to connect any contacts
to the feedback loop, replace the contacts
at Y6 or Y7 with a link, depending on the
required reset behaviour.
2.2
Reset mode
Automatic reset
Monitored reset
Input circuit S12/S22
Input circuit S32/S42
S34
S34
Y37
Y37
Y6
Y7
S3
S3
S34
A1
S34
A1
Y6
Y7
It will not be possible to switch the unit back
on until the feedback loops are closed and
the safety functions have been triggered.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately.
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PNOZ e5.11p
Logic inputs
Please note the following when linking
several units:
● PNOZ e1p: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
Inactive
Active
AND input
Y37
14/24
AND
S36
S36
Unit 1
PNOZ e5.11p
2.2
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PNOZ e5.13p
Intended use
The relay PNOZ e5.13p is used for the
safety-related interruption of two safety
circuits. It may be used
● In E-STOP equipment
● In safety circuits in accordance with VDE
0113 Part 1 and EN 60204-1 (e.g. on
movable guards)
● With safety sensors from the PSEN 2.x
series in safety circuits in accordance
with EN 60947-5-3, PDF-M
● As an evaluation device for position
switches with N/C / N/O combination
2.2
- Safety mats and safe edges made by
Haake
- Proximity switch evaluation devices
- Safety sensors from the PSEN 2.x
series or position switches with N/C /
N/O combination
● Used to process signals from output
switching devices on safety mats or from
output switching elements on light
barriers
● Voltage and current at AND inputs: 24 V/5
mA DC
● Weight: 135 g
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
Terminal configuration
CAUTION!
This unit may only be used up to
category 3 in accordance with EN
954-1!
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e5.11p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- 2 auxiliary outputs (Y32 and Y33)
● One AND input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Only 2-channel operation is permitted
● Application options for:
- E-STOP button
- Safety gate limit switch
- Reset button
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The input circuit S12/S22 influences safety
output 14:
● Input circuit S12/S22 closed (e.g. ESTOP button not operated):
A high signal is present at safety output
14.
● Input circuit S12/S22 is open (e.g. ESTOP button operated):
There will be a low signal at safety output
14.
Input circuit S32/S44 is AND-linked with
input circuit S12/S22 and AND input S36.
The result of the logic operation can be
viewed through safety output 24 and
auxiliary output Y32.
Input circuit
Input circuit S12/S22
Input circuit S32/S44
S1
Dual-channel
(without detection
of shorts across
contacts)
A1
S36
A1
S32
Y37
Y37
S36
S12
S22
S44
braun/brown/marron 1
weiß/white/blanc
blau/blue/bleu
schwarz/black/noir
2
3
4
Auxiliary output Y33 indicates the status of
input circuit S32/S44.
If the N/C contact is open and the N/O
contact is closed (i.e. safety gate closed) in
input circuit S32/S44, there will be a high
signal at the auxiliary output.
Example:
Representation of a PNOZe5.13p, ANDlinked with another PNOZelog unit
PNOZ e5.13p
PNOZelog
14
14
24
S12
S22
S36
Input
S32
S44
Input
24
&
Y32
NOTICE
The AND input S36 must be
connected. If the input is not being
used, terminal S36 must be
connected to terminal Y37.
Safety output 24 and auxiliary output Y32
will only then have a high signal if:
● Input circuit S12/S22 is closed (e.g. ESTOP button not operated) and
● In input circuit S32/S44, the N/C contact
is open and the N/O contact is closed
(e.g. safety gate closed) and
● There is a high signal at the AND input (if
the AND input is active).
Y33
Input circuit:
The contacts on the trigger elements must
be connected to the input circuits.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
The table describes how the input circuit is
wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input).
2.2
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PNOZ e5.13p
Reset circuit/feedback loop:
Terminals Y6 and Y7 are used to connect
the feedback loop and also to define the
reset behaviour.
● Terminal Y6 is used
- to define the reset behaviour for input
circuit S12/S22 and
- to connect the feedback loop for
safety output 14.
● Terminal Y7 is used to:
- to determine the reset mode for input
circuit S32/S44 and
- connect the feedback loop for safety
output 24.
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring.
● Automatic reset:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors between Y6/Y7 and Y37.
● Monitored reset:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors between Y6/Y7 and A17.
Feedback loop unused:
If you do not wish to connect any contacts
to the feedback loop, replace the contacts
at Y6 or Y7 with a link, depending on the
required reset behaviour.
2.2
Reset mode
Automatic reset
Monitored reset
Input circuit S12/S22
Input circuit S32/S44
S34
S34
Y37
Y37
Y6
Y7
S3
S3
S34
A1
S34
A1
Y6
Y7
feedback loops are closed and the safety
function has been triggered.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e5.13p
Logic inputs
Please note the following when linking
several units:
● PNOZ e1p: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
Inactive
Active
AND input
Y37
14/24
AND
S36
S36
Unit 1
PNOZ e5.13p
2.2
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e6.1p
Intended use
The relay PNOZ e6.1p is used for the safetyrelated interruption of a safety circuit. It has
an integrated safety contact block.
The unit is designed for use in:
● E-STOP equipment
● Safety circuits in accordance with VDE
0113-1:1998-11 and EN 60204-1:1997-12
(e.g. on movable guards)
2.2
- Used to process signals from output
switching devices on safety mats
(short circuit principle) or from output
switching elements on light beam
devices
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
VDC/ 5 mA
● Weight: 280 g
The table describes how the input circuit is
wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input). If units are linked
together logically, Y4 must be wired as
described in the section entitled “Logic
inputs”.
Terminal configuration
Input circuit
Description
The basic functions of the PNOZ e6.1p are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24)
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● Relay outputs:
- 4 safety contacts (N/O), positive guided
● Safe separation of safety contacts 33-34,
43-44 and 53-54
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connection for feedback loop
(monitored)
● Application options for:
- E-STOP buttons
- Safety gate limit switches
- Safety mats and safe edges made by
Haake (N/C principle)
- Proximity switch evaluation devices
Input circuit:
The N/C contact on the trigger element (e.g.
E-STOP) must be connected to the input
circuit. A short circuit in the input circuit may
or may not be detected, depending on the
wiring of Y4.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
Single-channel
Y4
S11
A1
S12
S22
Dual-channel
S1 *
1
Y4
S11
With detection of
shorts across contacts
A1
S1
S12
S22
Y4
S21
S11
S1
S12
S22
*1 “E-STOP” symbolises the N/C contact on
the trigger element
Wiring
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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Reset circuit:
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring. With an automatic
reset, an operating mode with start-up test
can also be selected.
● The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Feedback loop:
The unit has a separate feedback loop.
Contacts from external contactors can be
connected between Y6 and A1.
● Close the feedback loop by linkingY6-A1
or by connecting contacts from external
contactors between Y6 and A1.
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loop is closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
the OR input must be low.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
Input circuit
E-STOP wiring
Safety gate
without start-up test
Safety gate
with start-up test
Automatic reset
Monitored reset
S11
S3
S34
A1
S34
S21
S34
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Example:
Positive-guided contacts K1 and K2 on a 3phase motor control the feedback loop (Fig.
2.2-12).
PNOZelog
A1
K1
K1
K2
Y6
K2
14
M
24
3~
K1
K2
Fig. 2.2-12: Feedback loop with contacts from a motor
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e6.1p
Logic inputs
When linking several units, please note:
● PNOZ e1p:: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
2.2
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
Y4
14/24
Unit 1
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
14/24
A1
AND
OR
With detection of shorts
across contacts
Unit 1
14/24
Unit 2
A1
14/24
S36
AND
OR/No connection active
Y4
*1
S11
S36
S35
Y4
14/24
Y4
*1
14/24
PNOZ e6.1p
Unit 2
AND connection
PNOZ e6.1p
Unit 1
Y4
*1
OR
S35
PNOZ e6.1p
Unit 1
Y4
*1
S21
AND
OR
S36
14/24
AND
S36
14/24
S35
PNOZ e6.1p
Unit 1
PNOZ e6.1p
Unit 1
OR
S35
PNOZ e6.1p
*1 Where units are linked logically, Y4
must be wired as shown here (differs
from the portrayal on the input circuit).
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Unit-specific description
PNOZ e6vp
Intended use
The relay PNOZ e6vp is used for the safetyrelated interruption of a safety circuit. It has
an integrated safety contact block.
The unit is designed for use in:
● E-STOP equipment
● Safety circuits in accordance with VDE
0113-1:1998-11 and EN 60204-1:1997-12
(e.g. on movable guards)
- Used to process signals from output
switching devices on safety mats
(short circuit principle) or from output
switching elements on light beam
devices
● Voltage and current at AND/OR inputs: 24
VDC/ 5 mA
● Weight: 170 g
Input circuit:
The N/C contact on the trigger element (e.g.
E-STOP) must be connected to the input
circuit. A short circuit in the input circuit may
or may not be detected, depending on the
wiring of Y4.
● The input circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
The table describes how the input circuit is
wired when the unit is used individually
(without AND input). If units are linked
together logically, Y4 must be wired as
described in the section entitled “Logic
inputs”.
Terminal configuration
Description
Input circuit
The basic functions of the PNOZ e6vp are
described in Chapter 1.4. Specific features
are:
● Outputs using semiconductor
technology:
- 2 safety outputs (14 and 24), delay-on
de-energisation can be selected
- One auxiliary output (Y32)
- 2 test pulse outputs
● Relay outputs:
- 4 safety contacts (N/O), positive guided
● Safe separation of safety contacts 33-34,
43-44 and 53-54
● One AND and one OR input
● Separate connections for feedback loops
(monitored)
● Application options for:
- E-STOP buttons
- Safety gate limit switches
- Safety mats and safe edges made by
Haake (N/C principle)
- Proximity switch evaluation devices
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
Dual-channel
Single-channel
Y4
S11
A1
S12
S22
S1
*1
Y4
S11
With detection of
shorts across contacts
A1
S1
*1
S12
S22
Y4
S21
S11
*1
S1
S12
S22
*1 “E-STOP” symbolises the N/C contact on
the trigger element
Wiring
2.2
Supply voltage:
● Connect the supply voltage to:
Terminal A1(+) : + 24 VDC
Terminal A2(-) : 0 V
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PNOZ e6vp
Reset circuit:
The unit can be started automatically or
manually with monitoring. Special wiring
must be used for safety gate monitoring
with start-up test.
● The reset circuit should be connected as
described in the table.
Delay-on de-energisation tv :
Terminals Y6 and Y7 are used to connect
the feedback loop and also to establish the
delay-on de-energisation on the safety
outputs. The signal for the delay time is
connected to the contact on the feedback
loop.
2.2
Input circuit
Automatic reset
E-STOP wiring
Monitored reset
S11
Safety gate
without start-up test
S3
S34
A1
S34
S21
Safety gate
with start-up test
S34
INFORMATION
Safety output 24 has delay-on deenergisation. If only the OR function
is used, safety output 14 may also
have delay-on de-energisation. The
times are selectable.
Set delay-on de-energisation by connecting
Y6 and Y7 to terminals A1, S11 and S21 in
accordance with Table 2.2-5.
Examples:
PNOZ e6vp 10 with delay-on deenergisation of 1 s: connect Y6 to S11 and
Y7 to A1.
Y6
Y7
tv [s]
PNOZ e6vp 10
A1
A1
A1
S11
A1
S21
S11
A1
S11
S11
S11
S21
S21
A1
S21
S11
S21
S21
0
0.15
0.5
1
2
3
5
7
10
Table 2.2-5: Setting delay-on de-energisation
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PNOZ e6vp
Feedback loop:
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24:
● Safety output 14 (instantaneous):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y6.
● Safety output 24 (delay-on deenergisation):
Connect the contacts from external
contactors to Y7.
● Both safety outputs delayed or both
instantaneous:
Connect the contacts from external
contactors in series to Y6 or Y7.
● Feedback loop unconnected:
If you do not wish to connect any
contacts to the feedback loop, Y6 and Y7
must be connected to A1 or S11/S21,
depending on the required delay time.
CAUTION!
Do not connect the contacts from
external contactors in series to the
reset circuit.
The feedback loop contacts are also
checked when the signal at the output
changes from high to low. After this signal
change, the feedback loop contacts must
close within 150 ms. If a contact is still open
after 150 ms, an error is detected and is
displayed as a flashing code (1,8). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Examples
● Example 1:
Both outputs are delayed (A1-S36 linked):
PNOZ e6vp 10s: tv = 5 s
PNOZ e3vp 300 S: tv = 200 s
Feedback loop is connected to Y7. Only
a logic OR connection is possible with
this wiring.
● Example 2:
Both outputs are instantaneous, the
feedback loop is connected to Y7. This
wiring enables a logic AND and an OR
connection.
PNOZelog
A1
K1
Y6
K2
PNOZelog
Y4
A1
S11
A1
S36
S35
S35
S21
K1
Y6
K2
S36
Y7
14
24
K1
K2
Y7
14
Fig. 2.2-14: Both outputs instantaneous
24
K1
K2
Fig. 2.2-13: Both outputs delayed
Before a safety output is switched on, a test
is carried out to check whether the contacts
of the feedback loop are closed. If a contact
is open, an error is detected and LEDs CH.1
and CH.2 will flash alternately. It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
feedback loops are closed and the safety
function has been triggered. At the same
time, if the OR input is used, the signal at
the OR input must be low.
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PNOZ e6vp
Logic inputs
Please note the following when linking
several units:
● PNOZ e1p: From Version 3.0, safety
outputs on the PNOZ e1p can be
logically linked with the safety inputs on
other PNOZelog units.
● Safety outputs to which loads are
connected may also be linked to the
safety inputs of a max. of 4 PNOZelog
units.
● Only safety outputs from Pilz PNOZelog
units and PNOZmulti units (from Version
3) may be AND/OR connected. The unit
with the lowest category determines the
category of the whole circuit in
accordance with EN 954-1.
● All linked units must be connected to the
same supply voltage.
WARNING!
A high signal at the OR input of a
PNOZelog unit overrides its safety
function. The safety outputs will then
energise, irrespective of the status of
the input circuits (see also: “Muting
function” on page 1.7-1).
2.2
Input circuit
AND + OR connection
Y4
14/24
Without detection of
shorts across contacts
Unit 1
14/24
AND
OR
14/24
Unit 2
OR/No connection active
S36
14/24
AND
S11
S36
S35
Y4
Y4
*1
A1
14/24
PNOZ e6vp
14/24
Unit 1
Y4
*1
A1
Unit 2
With detection of shorts
across contacts
AND connection
PNOZ e6vp
Unit 1
*1
Y4
OR
S35
PNOZ e6vp
Unit 1
Y4
*1
S21
AND
OR
S36
14/24
AND
S36
S35
PNOZ e6vp
14/24
Unit 1
PNOZ e6vp
Unit 1
OR
S35
PNOZ e6vp
A1
Safety output 14
delayed
S36
*1 Where units are linked logically, Y4 must
be wired as shown here (differs from the
portrayal on the input circuit).
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3.0
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3.0-0
Applications
Contents
Applications
Safety assessments
PNOZe1p, e1.1p, e1vp: E-STOP, Category 4, EN 954-1
PNOZ e1p, e1.1p, e1vp: Light beam devices, Category 4, EN 954-1
PNOZ e1p, e1.1p,e1vp: Zone control limit switch, Category 3, EN 954-1
PNOZ e1p, e1.1p, e1vp: Gate combination, Category 3, EN 954-1
PNOZ e2.1p, e1.1p: Operation with safety gate open, Category 4, EN 954-1
PNOZ e1.1p, e2.1p: E-STOP - Two-hand control, Category 4, EN 954-1
PNOZ e1p, e4vp: Guarding with the safety gate open, Category 3, EN 954-1
PNOZ e1p, e4.1p: Monitoring the work area, with signal lamp,
Category 4, EN 954-1
PNOZ e4.1p: Safety mat monitoring with evaluation via a PSS,
Category 3, EN 954-1
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3.1-0
Applications
Safety assessments
Before using a unit it is necessary to
perform a safety assessment in accordance
with the Machinery Directive. The units as
individual components guarantee functional
safety, but not the safety of the entire
application. You should therefore define the
safety requirements for the plant as a whole,
and also define how these will be
implemented from a technical and
organisational standpoint (e.g. refer to BIA
[BG Institute for Occupational Safety]
Report 6/97).
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3.1
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
E-STOP, Category 4, EN 954-1
Features
● 3 E-STOP button
● Dual-channel with detection of shorts
across contacts
● 3 instantaneous load shutdowns
● One load shutdown with a 2 s delay
Description
E-STOP function
In this example, an E-STOP function is
implemented using a number of different
PNOZelog units. The PNOZ e1p and PNOZ
e1.1p are to use both contactors at safety
outputs 14 and 24 to switch just a single
load. PNOZ e1vp is to use contactors K5
and K6 at safety output 14 to switch load A
and K7 and K8 at safety output 24 to switch
load B.
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p
Pressing the E-STOP button interrupts the
supply voltage to the input circuits, a low
signal is present at safety outputs 14 and
24, contactors K1 and K2 / K3 and K4 deenergise.
PNOZ e1vp
Pressing the E-STOP button interrupts the
supply voltage to the input circuits, a low
signal is present at safety output 14 and
contactors K5 and K6 de-energise. A delay
time of 2 s is set for safety output 24 by
connecting the feedback loops Y6 and Y7 to
S11. Contactors K7 and K8 de-energise
after a 2 s delay.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e1p
N/C contacts K1 and K2 on the contactors
are wired in series to the reset circuit. The
feedback loop is tested during the start-up
process. If one of the contacts K1 or K2 is
open, the safety outputs will retain a low
signal.
PNOZ e1.1p
The unit has a separate feedback loop. N/C
contacts K3 and K4 on the contactors are
connected to the feedback loop input Y6.
When the reset button is operated, a test is
carried out to check whether both N/C
contacts K3 and K4 are closed, i.e. whether
the contacts have de-energised. If one of
the contacts is open, the safety outputs will
retain a low signal. It will not be possible to
restart the unit until the feedback loop is
closed and the input circuits have been
opened and then closed again.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If one
contactor fails to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open; an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
PNOZ e1vp
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24. The feedback loop is monitored
in the same way as on the PNOZ e1.1p.
Reset
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
If the E-STOP buttons have not been
operated and the feedback loops are
closed, the units can be started by pressing
the reset button S1, S3 or S5 (monitored
reset).
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3.1
2006-08
3.1-2
Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
E-STOP, Category 4, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZ e1vp and its respective
contactors must be installed in a single
location, as safety outputs 14 and 24
switch different loads.
● If a switch contact in the input circuit is
overridden, this will be detected as an
error the next time the affected
PNOZelog is operated. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
input circuits (S11-S12, S21-S22) will be
detected as an error. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● Provided the PNOZelog is still ready for
operation, rectifying a short circuit
between 24 VDC and the reset circuit
input S34 will lead to a high signal at
safety outputs 14 and 24.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
logic inputs S35 or S36 will not affect the
connection logic.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and a
safety output on the PNOZ e1p or PNOZ
e1.1p will be detected and the safety
outputs will carry a low signal. The load
will therefore be switched off via the
second safety output. Although a short
circuit between 24 VDC and a safety
output is also detected on the PNOZ
e1vp, it is not possible to shut down via
the second safety output because
different loads are being driven.
3.1
Pilz units
Number
1
1
1
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e1vp
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC, 10s
Order number
774 130
774 133
774 131
Drawing file:
Page 1 and 2 in the project EPLAN4/Pilz/PNOZ0702
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2
1
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
emergency
stop 1
emergency
stop 2
-S2
-A1
A1
S11
11
21
12
22
S12
-S4
S21
S22
Y4
Y32
14
24
-A2
A1
S11
Y5
A2
Y5
-S1
13
-K1
21
-K2
21
feedback .2
loop
22
.3
22
reset
emergency
stop 2
PNOZ e1p
774 130
A1
A2
-K2
S21
13
21
31
43
14
22 .1
32
44
S35
-K4
21
22
.7
22
S22
Y4
Y6
S36
&
Y32
14
-K3
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 4 EN 954-1
A1
A2
-K4
A1
A2
shut down undelayed
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Date
Name
24
14
A2
13
21
31
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13
A1
shut down undelayed
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22
S34
-S3
14
-K1
0VDC
12
21
PNOZ e1.1p
S34
reset
emergency
stop 1
21
S12
PNOZ e1p
A2
11
-K3
feedback .7
loop
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22 .1
32
44
13
21
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43
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73760 Ostfildern
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monitored start
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24VDC
emergency
stop 3
-S6
11
21
12
22
-K5
21
-K6
21
feedback .3
loop
undelayed
22
.4
-A3
A1
S11
A2
Y5
S12
S21
22
21
-K7
feedback
22 loop
delayed
21
.4
-K8
.5
22
S22
Y4
Y6
Y7
S36
&
Y32
14
24
3.1
PNOZ e1vp / 10s
S34
reset -S5
emergency
stop 3
S35
1
13
14
-K5
0VDC
PNOZ e1vp
774 132
A1
A2
A1
A2
-K7
shut down undelayed
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-K6
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
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Dep.
CS
Category 4 EN 954-1
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A2
A1
A2
shut down delayed
2 sec.
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Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
E-Stop monitoring with PNOZelog
monitored start
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
Light beam devices, Category 4, EN 954-1
Features
● 3 light beam devices with semiconductor output and integral output
test
● Dual-channel without detection of
shorts across contacts
● 2 logic connections
● One load shutdown with a 0.5 s delay
Description
Monitoring function
A light beam device is connected to each
PNOZelog unit. The safety output on the
PNOZ e1p is AND-linked to the
PNOZ e1.1p. The safety output on the
PNOZ e1.1p is AND-linked to the PNOZ
e1vp.
Contactors K9 and K10 on safety output 24
of the PNOZ e1vp de-energise if one of the
three light beam devices is interrupted.
Both contactors energise when none of the
three light beam devices is interrupted.
The status of the light beam devices for
each unit can be transmitted
instantaneously to a programmable logic
controller via auxiliary output Y32.
The PNOZ e1vp is to use both contactors
K9 and K10 on safety output 24 to switch a
single load.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p
The feedback loop is not used.
PNOZ e1vp
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24. N/C contacts K9 and K10 on the
contactors are connected to the feedback
loop input Y7. When the reset button is
operated, a test is carried out to check
whether both N/C contacts K9 and K10 are
closed, i.e. whether the contacts have deenergised. If one of the contacts is open,
the safety outputs will retain a low signal. It
will not be possible to restart the unit until
the feedback loop is closed and the input
circuits have been opened and then closed
again.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If one
contactor fails to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open; an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
PNOZ e1vp
If the light beam devices are not interrupted
and the feedback loop is closed, the unit
can be started by pressing the reset button
S1 (monitored reset).
3.1
Reset
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p
If the light beam devices are not interrupted,
the units can be started by pressing the
reset button S1 (monitored reset).
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2006-08
3.1-6
Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
Light beam devices, Category 4, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZelog relays and their respective
contactors must be installed in a single
location.
● The light beam device (Category 4) will
detect a short circuit between 24 VDC
and the input circuits (S12-S22). Safety
outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low signal.
● Provided the PNOZelog is still ready for
operation, rectifying a short circuit
between 24 VDC and the reset circuit
input S34 will lead to a high signal at
safety outputs 14 and 24.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
logic inputs S35 or S36 will not affect the
connection logic.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and a
safety output on the PNOZ e1vp will be
detected and the safety outputs will carry
a low signal. However, it is not possible
to shut down via the second safety
output because both contactors are
driven via safety output 24.
3.1
Pilz units
Number
1
1
1
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e1vp
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC, 10s
Order number
774 130
774 133
774 131
Drawing file:
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3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
-A4
A1
S11
OSSD
24
Receiver
Lumiflex
Compact
OSSD
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y32
14
24
13
-A5
A1
S11
A2
Y5
PNOZ e1p
A2
Y5
-S1
0VDC
24
Receiver
Lumiflex
Compact
OSSD
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y6
S36
&
Y32
14
13
PNOZ e1.1p
S34
reset
OSSD
S34
S35
1
24
A6/S34/4.0
A6/S36/4.0
13
14
E 0.00
E 0.01
auxiliary contact
auxiliary contact
PNOZ e1p
774 130
PNOZ state information
light-beam curtain 1
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
PNOZ state information group signal
light beam curtain 1-2 (1 AND 2)
3.1
Revision 20.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 4 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
light curtain monitoring with PNOZelog
monitored start
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4
5
6
7
8
9
24VDC
OSSD
24
Receiver
Lumiflex
Compact
21
-K9
OSSD
13
.3
22 feedback
loop
21 delayed
-K10
.4
-A6
A1
S11
A2
Y5
S12
S21
22
S22
Y4
Y6
Y7
S36
&
Y32
14
24
3.1
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S34
S35
1
3.8/A6/S34
3.8/A6/S36
E 0.02
auxiliary contact
-K9
0VDC
A1
A2
A1
A2
shut down delayed
0,5sec.
PNOZ e1vp
774 132
3RH11 22-1BB40
PNOZ state information
group signal light beam-curtain 1-3
(1 AND 2 AND 3)
Revision 20.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
-K10
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 4 EN 954-1
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Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
light curtain monitoring with PNOZelog
monitored start
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
Zone control limit switch, Category 3, EN 954-1
Features
● 1 safety window without detection of
shorts across contacts
● 2 zone control limit switches with
detection of shorts across contacts
● 3 logic connections
● One load shutdown with a 0.5 s delay
Description
Monitoring function
At a feed station with safety window, the
hazard arising from the movement of an
industrial robot is to be avoided. The
operator is to be able to feed in new parts
when the industrial robot is not moving
within the feed area.
The PNOZ e1p monitors the safety window.
If the safety window is open, safety output
14 sends a low signal to the OR input of the
PNOZ e1.1p and PNOZ e1vp. The
PNOZ e1.1p and PNOZ e1vp monitor one
zone control limit switch each. Safety output
14 of the PNOZ e1.1p is linked to the AND
input of the PNOZ e1vp. A PZE X4 is
connected to safety output 24 on the PNOZ
e1vp.
Voltage is supplied to the PZE X4 when:
● The safety window is closed
or
● Both zone control limit switches are
operated.
There is no supply voltage to the PZE X4
when:
● The safety window is open
and
● One of the two area limit switches is not
operated.
The supply voltage is interrupted after a
delay of 0.5 s.
The PZE X4 controls the industrial robot
using the two safety contacts 13-14 and 2324 (dual-channel).
The status of safety output 24 on the PNOZ
e1vp is transmitted instantaneously to a
programmable logic controller via auxiliary
output Y32.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p
The feedback loop is not used.
PNOZ e1vp
When the unit is started, a test is carried out
to check whether the N/C contact on the
feedback loop at Y7 is closed. If the contact
is open, the safety outputs will retain a low
signal. The unit will not be ready for
operation again until the feedback loop is
closed and the input circuits have been
opened and then closed again.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If the relays
on the PZE X4 fail to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open, an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Reset
PNOZ e1p
If the safety window is closed, the unit will
be active (automatic reset).
PNOZ e1.1p
If the safety window is closed or zone
control limit switch 1 is operated, the unit
will be active (automatic reset).
PNOZ e1vp
If the safety window is closed or both zone
control limit switches are operated and the
feedback loop is closed, the unit will be
active (automatic reset).
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
3.1
2006-08
3.1-10
Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
Zone control limit switch, Category 3, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZ e1p and PNOZ e1.1p must be
installed in a single location. The PNOZ
e1vp and PZE X4 must be installed in a
single location.
● If a switch contact in the input circuit is
overridden, this will be detected as an
error the next time the affected
PNOZelog is operated. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● PNOZ e1p: A short circuit between 24
VDC and the input circuits (S12-S22) will
be detected as an error after the next
operation of the input circuits.
Safety outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low
signal.
PNOZ e1.1p and PNOZ e1vp: A short
circuit between 24 VDC and the input
circuits (S11-S12, S21-S22) will
immediately be detected as an error.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
reset circuit input S34 will be detected
immediately. Safety outputs 14 and 24
will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
logic inputs S35 or S36 will not affect the
connection logic.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and
safety output 14 on the PNOZ e1p or
PNOZ e1.1p will be detected and the
safety outputs will carry a low signal.
As no second shutdown route is available
for the PZE X4 on safety output 24 of the
PNOZ e1vp (safety output 14 unconnected), the PZE X4 cannot be shut down if
there is a short circuit at this safety
output.
3.1
Pilz units
Number
1
1
1
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e1vp
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC, 10s
Order number
774 130
774 133
774 131
Drawing file:
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0
2
1
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
-S1
A14/S11/10.2
A14/S12/10.2
3
safety gate
open
4
-S2
1
A14/S21/10.2
A14/S22/10.2
2
-A13
A1
S11
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y32
14
24
-A14
A1
S11
A2
Y5
PNOZ e1p
A2
Y5
S34
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y6
S36
&
Y32
14
PNOZ e1.1p
S34
S35
1
24
A15/S35/10.5
A15/14/10.5
0VDC
PNOZ e1p
774 130
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
3.1
Revision 26.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 3 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
operating range monitoring with PNOZelog
automatic start
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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2
1
27VDC
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
27VDC
9.8/A14/S11
1
robot 1
cam 1
2
Y1
-10A5
S1
.8
Y2
feedback
loop
delayed
9.8/A14/S12
9.8/A14/S21
-10A5
.8
13
3
robot 1
cam 2
23
-10
14 A5
4
24
.8
S2
-A15
A1
S11
9.8/A14/S22
S21
S22
Y4
Y6
Y7
S36
&
Y32
14
24
3.1
PNOZ e1vp / 10s
A2
1
2
robot 2
cam 1
1
l
e
n
n
a
h
C
S12
Y5
S34
S35
1
S3
2
l
e
n
n
a
h
C
9.8/A15/S35
9.8/A15/14
-10A5
operator
protection
A1
A1
robot 2
cam 2
3
A2
S4
E 0.02
4
0VDC
safety interface
robot
safety-switches for
human area
PNOZ e1vp
774 132
PZE X4
A2
PNOZ state information
operator guard (undelayed)
operator guard delayed
500ms
PZE X4 24VDC
13
23
33
43
Y1
Revision 26.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 3 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
operating range monitoring with PNOZelog
automatic start
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
14 .0
24 .1
34
44
Y2 .8
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
Gate combination, Category 3, EN 954-1
Features
● 1 operating mode selector switch,
automatic/manual
● 1 Enable switch
● 1 machine gate
● 1 machine loading hatch
● 3 E-STOP functions
● 1 machine controller (servo drive)
● No detection of shorts across contacts
● 6 logic connections
● One load shutdown with a 3 s delay
● Manual mode: The loading system is
operational at reduced speed when:
- The enabling switch S3 is operated
and
- E-STOP buttons S8 ... S10 are not
operated.
A switch between the operating modes will
not be detected until reset button S2 has
been operated and then released.
The PNOZ e1vp (A 25) switches the
contactors on the servo drive via the two
contactors K27 and K28 at safety output 24.
The status of the PNOZelog devices is
transmitted to a programmable logic
controller via auxiliary output Y32.
Description
Monitoring function
On a machine tool, the hazard arising from a
loading system within the machine work
area is to be prevented. The servo drive for
the loading system is started and stopped
via the PNOZ e1vp (A25). The S1 switch on
both PNOZ e1p units (A19 and A20) can be
used to select between manual and
automatic mode.
● Automatic mode: The loading system is
operational when:
- The machine loading hatch S4 or the
machine gate S6 is closed and
- E-STOP buttons S8 ... S10 are not
operated.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p
The feedback loop is not used.
PNOZ e1vp (A25)
When the unit is started, a test is carried out
to check whether the N/C contacts on the
feedback loop at Y7 are closed, i.e. whether
the contactors have de-energised. If one of
the contacts K27 or K28 is open, the safety
outputs will retain a low signal. The unit will
not be ready for operation again until the
feedback loop is closed and the input circuit
has been opened and then closed again.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If one
contactor fails to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open; an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Reset
PNOZ e1p (A19, A20, A24)
If the input circuit is closed, the units can be
started by operating the reset button S2 or
S11 (monitored reset).
PNOZ e1.1p (A21, A23), PNOZ e1p (A22)
If the enabling switch is operated or the
machine gate or machine loading hatch is
closed, the units will be active (automatic
reset).
PNOZ e1vp (A25)
If the input circuit and feedback loop are
closed, the unit will be active (automatic
reset).
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e1vp
Gate combination, Category 3, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZelog units A21, A22 and A23
must be installed in a single location.
Units A19, A20, A24 and A25, the wiring
of the input circuits and the contactors
on the safety output (A25) must be
installed in a single location.
● A19 and A20: If a switch contact in the
input circuit is overridden, this will remain
undetected.
A21, A22, A23 and A24: If a switch
contact in the input circuit is overridden,
this will be detected as an error the next
time the E-STOP button from the affected
PNOZelog is operated. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
A24: The error is reset by operating
another E-STOP button; after a restart
the safety outputs will again carry a high
signal.
● PNOZ e1p (A19, A20) and PNOZ e1vp
(A25): A short circuit between 24 VDC
and the input circuits (S12, S22) will not
be detected.
PNOZ e1p (A22, A24) and PNOZ e1.1p
(A21, A23): A short circuit between 24
VDC and the input circuits (S12-S22) will
be detected as an error after the next
operation of the input circuits. Safety
outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A19, A20, A24: Provided the PNOZelog is
still ready for operation, rectifying a short
circuit between 24 VDC and the reset
circuit input S34 will lead to a high signal
at safety outputs 14 and 24.
A21, A22, A23, A25: A short circuit
between 24 VDC and the reset circuit
input S34 will be detected immediately.
Safety outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low
signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
logic inputs S35 or S36 will not affect the
connection logic.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and a
safety output will be detected and the
safety outputs will carry a low signal.
Although a short circuit between 24 VDC
and a safety output is also detected on
the PNOZ e1vp, it is not possible to shut
down via the second safety output
because the servo drive is driven only via
safety output 24.
● It must be possible to protect the
operating mode selector switch from
unauthorised operation. The possibility of
a short occurring between the connection
wires of the operating mode selector
switch must be excluded.
3.1
Pilz units
Number
4
2
1
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e1vp
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC, 10s
Order number
774 130
774 133
774 131
Drawing file:
Page 13 ... 15 in the project EPLAN4/Pilz/PNOZ0702
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2
1
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
-S1
manual/automatic
-A19
A1
S11
13
21
13
22
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y32
14
24
-A20
A1
PNOZ e1p
A2
Y5
set operating
mode
A2
S22
Y4
Y32
14
24
-A21
A1
S11
A2
Y5
23
14
24
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y6
S36
&
Y32
14
PNOZ e1.1p
S34
S34
S35
1
A23/S36
14.6
AND-Input
machine safety gate
-X1
1
24
A25/S35
15.6
enabling charging
carrier
-X1
2
E 0.01
PNOZ e1p
774 130
PNOZ
state
information
operating mode
manual
Revision 20.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
Y5
14
E 0.00
PNOZ e1p
774 130
S21
13
13
-X1
0VDC
S12
enable switch
PNOZ e1p
S34
-S2
S11
-S3
E 0.02
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
PNOZ
state
information
operating mode
automatic
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 3 EN 954-1
3
PNOZ
state
information
enable switch
3.1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
monitoring with PNOZelog
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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2
1
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
-S4
-S6
3
safety gate
open
safety gate
open
4
-S5
1
3
4
-S7
2
1
2
3.1
-A22
A1
S11
S12
S21
S22
Y4
-A23
A1
S11
PNOZ e1p
A2
Y5
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y6
S36
&
Y32
14
PNOZ e1.1p
S34
Y32
14
24
A2
Y5
S34
S35
1
A23/S36
A25/S12
13.5
enabling
automatic
-X1
E 0.03
0VDC
PNOZ
state
information
PNOZ e1p
774 130
charging gate
Revision 20.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
15.6
enabling charging
carrier
-X1
4
24
5
E 0.04
PNOZ
state
information
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
machine safety
gate
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 3 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
monitoring with PNOZelog
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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2
1
L1
enable signal
loop controller
incl. reduced
speed
400VAC
L2 L3
3
4
-S8
emergency stop 1
-F1
-S9
A 1.16
1
3
5
.8
2
4
6
-K28
1
3
5
2
4
6
-K27
.9
U1
V1
6
5
emergency stop 2
-S10
emergency stop 3
-A24
W1
A1
S11
11
21
enable signal
charging
and safety gates
12
11
22
21
A25/S12
Y5
X
reset
-S11
emergency
stop
Y
V2
W2
PE-SCH.
-X1
1
2
3
U1
V1
W1
-M1 3M
~
8
12
11
22
21
12
22
S12
14.7
S21
S22
Y4
Y32
14
24
-A25
A1
S11
A2
Y5
PNOZ e1p
A2
U2
7
S21
22
21
22
S22
Y4
Y6
Y7
S34
S35
1
S36
&
Y32
14
24
14
-X1
6
A25/S35
13.9
enable signal
manual mode and
enable switch
auxiliary contact
PNOZ e1p
774 130
.8
feedback loop
delayed
-K28
.9
13
E 0.05
PE
S12
21
-K27
PNOZ e1vp / 10s
S34
-X1
0VDC
PNOZ
state
information
PNOZ e1vp
774 132
7
E 0.06
auxiliary contact
-K27
PNOZ state information
(undelayed)
A1
A2
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 3 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
A1
A2
Shut down delayed
3 sec.
1
3
5
21
Date
Name
-K28
3RT10 16-1BB42
servo drive
carrier
Revision 20.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
9
24VDC
monitoring with PNOZelog
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2
4
6
22
3RT10 16-1BB42
.0
.0
.0
.8
1
3
5
21
2
4
6
22
.0
.0
.0
.8
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Applications
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e1.1p
Operation with safety gate open, Category 4, EN 954-1
Features
● 1 dual-channel two-hand control with
detection of shorts across contacts
● 3 safety gates with detection of shorts
across contacts, without start-up test,
dual-channel
● 1 operating mode selector switch for
the two-hand function, with detection
of shorts across contacts
● 5 logic connections
Description
Monitoring function
A machine’s work area is protected with 3
safety gates. In set-up mode, the machine
can be operated at reduced speed and with
the safety gate open via the two-hand
control function. The following operating
options can be selected via the operating
mode selector switch:
● All safety gates closed, two-hand control
inactive
● Safety gate 1 may be open, two-hand
control active
● Safety gate 2 may be open, two-hand
control active
● Safety gate 3 may be open, two-hand
control active
The PNOZ e1.1p (A30) is to use both
contactors K29 and K30 at safety outputs
14 and 24 to switch a single load.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e1.1p (A26, A27 and
A28)
The feedback loop is not used.
PNOZ e1.1p (A29)
The unit has a separate feedback loop. N/C
contacts K29 and K30 on the contactors are
connected to the feedback loop input Y6.
When the unit is started, a test is carried out
to check whether both N/C contacts are
closed, i.e. whether the contactors have deenergised. If one of the contacts K29 or K30
is open, the safety outputs will retain a low
signal. The unit will not be ready for
operation again until the feedback loop is
closed and the input circuits have been
opened and then closed again.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If one
contactor fails to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open; an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Reset
PNOZ e2.1p
If the two-hand buttons are operated
simultaneously (within 0.5 s), the unit will be
active (automatic reset).
PNOZ e1.1p (A27, A28)
If the input circuits / safety gate are closed,
the units will be active (automatic reset).
PNOZ e1.1p (A29)
If the safety gate and feedback loop are
closed, the unit will be active (automatic
reset).
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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Applications
PNOZ e2.1p, PNOZ e1.1p
Operation with safety gate open, Category 4, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZelog relays must be installed in
a single location.
● If a switch contact is overridden, this will
be detected as an error the next time the
affected PNOZelog is operated. Safety
outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
input circuits (S11-S12, S21-S22, S11S12-S13, S21-S22-S23) will be detected
as an error. Safety outputs 14 and 24 will
carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
reset circuit input S34 will be detected
immediately. Safety outputs 14 and 24
will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
logic inputs S35 or S36 will not affect the
connection logic.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and a
safety output on the PNOZ e1.1p (A29)
will be detected and the safety outputs
will carry a low signal. The load will be
switched off via the second safety
output.
● It must be possible to protect the
operating mode selector switch from
unauthorised operation. The possibility of
a short occurring between the connection
wires of the operating mode selector
switch must be excluded.
3.1
Pilz units
Number
1
3
1
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e2.1p
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
Order number
774 130
774 133
774 136
Drawing file:
Page 16 and 17 in the project EPLAN4/Pilz/PNOZ0702
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2
1
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
N/C
button 1
-S1
-A26
A1
S11
11
13
12
14
S12
N/C
button 2
N/O
button 1
S13
-S2
S21
N/O
button 2
11
13
12
14
S22
-S3
safety
gate
open
Y5
S35
1
4
-S4
1
2
S23
Y6
Y7
-A27
3.1
A1
S11
PNOZ e2.1p
A2
3
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y6
S36
&
Y32
14
PNOZ e1.1p
S36
&
-S3
Y32
operating
mode switch
14
24
A2
1
3
5
7
9
2
4
6
8
10 12
Y5
S34
S35
1
24
A28/S36/17.0
11
A29/S35/17.0
A28/S35/17.0
0VDC
PNOZ e2.1p
774 136
Revision 06.Dez.2002
Name
KBO
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 4 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
monitoring with PNOZelog
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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0
2
1
3
4
6
5
7
8
9
24VDC
-S6
-S8
3
safety
gate
open
safety
gate
open
4
-S7
1
feedback
loop
-K29
.7
3
4
-S9
2
-A28
A1
S11
S12
S21
S22
Y5
S34
S35
1
22
21
-K30
.7
1
22
2
Y4
-A29
Y6
A1
S11
PNOZ e1.1p
A2
21
S12
S21
S22
Y4
Y6
S36
&
Y32
14
PNOZ e1.1p
S36
&
Y32
14
24
A2
Y5
S34
S35
1
24
16.9/A28/S36
16.9/A29/S35
16.9/A28/S35
0VDC
-K29
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
A1
A2
-K30
A2
PNOZ e1.1p
774 133
3RH11 22-1BB40
13
21
31
43
Revision 20.Nov.2002
Name
KBO
A1
Date
Name
21.Jun.1999
KBO
E-Stop applications
Dep.
CS
Category 4 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
14
22 .7
32
44
3RH11 22-1BB40
13
21
31
43
14
22 .7
32
44
monitoring with PNOZelog
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Applications
PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e2.1p
E-STOP - Two-hand control, Category 4, EN 954-1
Features
● 1 E-STOP button with detection of
shorts across contacts
● 1 dual-channel two-hand control with
detection of shorts across contacts
● 1 logic connection
Description
Monitoring function
A two-hand control is also protected
through an E-STOP button.
The contactors on outputs 14 and 24 of the
PNOZ e1.1p energise if
● The E-STOP button has not been
operated and
● The two-hand button is operated.
Both contactors de-energise if:
● The E-STOP button has been operated
or
● The two-hand button has not been
operated.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e1.1p
The unit has a separate feedback loop. N/C
contacts K41 and K42 on the contactors are
connected to the feedback loop input Y6.
When the unit is started, a test is carried out
to check whether both N/C contacts are
closed, i.e. whether the contactors have deenergised. If one of the contacts K41 or K42
is open, the safety outputs will retain a low
signal. The unit will not be ready for
operation again until the feedback loop is
closed and the input circuits have been
opened and then closed again.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If one
contactor fails to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open; an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
PNOZ e2.1p
The feedback loop is not used.
Reset
PNOZ e1.1p
If the E-STOP button S1 has not been
operated, the unit will be active (automatic
reset).
PNOZ e2.1p
If the two-hand buttons are operated
simultaneously (within 0.5 s), the unit will be
active (automatic reset).
3.1
The PNOZ e1.1p is to use both contactors
at safety outputs 14 and 24 to switch a
single load.
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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Applications
PNOZ e1.1p, PNOZ e2.1p
E-STOP - Two-hand control, Category 4, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZelog relays must be installed in
a single location.
● If a switch contact in the input circuit is
overridden, this will be detected as an
error the next time the affected
PNOZelog is operated. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
input circuits will be detected as an error.
Safety outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low
signal.
● PNOZe1.1p: A short circuit between 24
VDC and the reset circuit input S34 will
be detected immediately. Safety outputs
14 and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
logic inputs S35 or S36 will not affect the
connection logic.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and
safety output 14 or 24 will be detected
and the safety outputs will carry a low
signal. On the PNOZ e1.1p, the load is
shut down via the second safety output.
3.1
Pilz units
Number
1
1
Type
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e2.1p
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
Order number
774 133
774 136
Drawing file:
Page 22 in the project EPLAN4/Pilz/PNOZ0702
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21
Revision
20.Nov.2006
Date
21.Jun.1999
Name
KBO
Name
KBO
Dep.
CS
two hand application
Category 4 EN 954-1
Pilz GmbH & Co.
Felix-Wankel-Str.2
73760 Ostfildern
A2
22 .7
3RH11 22-1BB 40
21
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Directory:
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e4vp
Guarding with the safety gate open, Category 3, EN 954-1
Features
● One Mayser SM/BK safety mat and one
safety gate
● Dual-channel with detection of shorts
across contacts
● 1 instantaneous load shutdown
● 1 load shutdown with a 0.15 s delay
● 1 logic connection
Description
Monitoring function
A safety gate monitors access to a machine
with a potentially hazardous movement. A
safety mat shuts down the machine as soon
as the danger zone is accessed when the
safety gate is open.
Opening the safety gate interrupts the input
circuits on the PNOZ e1p; there is a low
signal at safety outputs 14 and 24. Defined
machine functions are shut down via
contactors K37 and K38. If the safety mat is
also activated, the input circuits on the
PNOZ e4vp are short-circuited and there is
a low signal at safety outputs 14 and 24.
The potentially hazardous machine
movement is shut down via contactors K39
and K40.
A delay time of 0.15 s is set for safety
output 24 on the PNOZ e4vp by connecting
feedback loop Y6 to A1 and Y7 to S11.
Contactors K39 and K40 de-energise after a
0.15 s delay.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e1p
N/C contacts K37 and K38 on the
contactors are wired in series to the reset
circuit. The feedback loop is tested during
the start-up process. If one of the contacts
K39 or K40 is open, the safety outputs will
retain a low signal.
PNOZ e4vp
The unit has two feedback loops, one (Y6)
for safety output 14 and one (Y7) for safety
output 24. N/C contacts K39 and K40 on
the contactors are connected to the
feedback loop input Y7.
Before safety
output 24 is switched on, a test is carried
out to check whether both N/C contacts
K39 and K40 are closed, i.e. whether the
contactors have de-energised. If one of the
contacts is open, the safety outputs will
retain a low signal. It will not be possible to
restart the unit until the feedback loop is
closed and the safety functions have been
triggered.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If one
contactor fails to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open; an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8 or 1,11). It will not
be possible to switch the unit back on until
the error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
Reset
PNOZ e1p
If the safety gate and the feedback loop are
closed, the unit can be started by pressing
the reset button S1 (monitored reset).
PNOZ e4vp
If the safety mat has not been activated and
the feedback loop is closed, the unit will be
active (automatic reset).
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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2006-08
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e4vp
Guarding with the safety gate open, Category 3, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZelog relays and their respective
contactors must be installed in a single
location.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
input circuits (S11-S12, S21-S22) will be
detected as an error. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● PNOZ e1p: If a switch contact in the
input circuit is overridden, this will be
detected as an error the next time the
affected PNOZelog is operated. Safety
outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low signal.
● PNOZ e1p: Provided the PNOZelog is still
ready for operation, rectifying a short
circuit between 24 VDC and the reset
circuit input S34 will lead to a high signal
at safety outputs 14 and 24.
● PNOZ e1p: A short circuit between 24
VDC and a safety output will be detected
and the safety outputs will carry a low
signal. The load will therefore be
switched off via the second safety
output.
● PNOZ e4vp: An interruption to the input
circuit (S11-S12, S21-S22) will be
detected as an error. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● PNOZ e4vp: A short circuit between 24
VDC and the logic inputs S35 or S36 will
not affect the connection logic.
● PNOZ e4vp: A short between 24 VDC
and a safety output will be detected as
an error. However, it is not possible to
shut down via the second safety output
because both contactors are driven via
safety output 24.
3.1
Pilz units
Number
1
1
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e4vp
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
Order number
774 130
774 181
Products made by other manufacturers
Number
1
Designation
Safety mat
Manufacturer
Mayser
Type
SM/BK
Drawing file:
Page 24 in the project EPLAN4/Pilz/PNOZ0702
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Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e4.1p
Monitoring the work area, with signal lamp, Category 3, EN 954-1
Features
● One Mayser SM/BK safety mat
● One self-monitoring signal lamp with
detection of shorts across contacts
● 2 zone control limit switches with
detection of shorts across contacts
● 2 logic connections
Description
Monitoring function
At a feed station, the hazard arising from the
movements of an industrial robot and
mobile tools is to be avoided.
A safety mat is used to monitor the work
area around the feed station.
The industrial robot should continue working
during the feed process, provided it isn’t
within the feed area. If the industrial robot
moves into the feed area, this will be
indicated via a self-monitoring signal lamp.
If the signal lamp should fail or the safety
mat be activated, the drive movement will
be shut down if the industrial robot enters
the feed area.
The drive movement is only switched on
when:
● The safety mat has not been activated
and the signal lamp is lit
or
● Both zone control switches are operated.
The PNOZ e1p monitors the output switch
status on the self-monitoring signal lamps.
If the signal lamp is lit, safety output 14 will
carry a high signal.
The PNOZ e1p is AND-linked to the
PNOZ e4.1p. The PNOZ e4.1p monitors the
status of the safety mat. If the safety mat
has not been activated and the signal lamp
is lit, safety output 14 will carry a high
signal. The PNOZ e4.1p is OR-linked to the
PNOZ e1.1p. The PNOZe1.1p monitors the
actuation status of the zone control
switches on its input circuits. If both zone
control limit switches are operated or the
signal lamp is lit and the safety mat has not
been activated, there will be a high signal at
safety outputs 14 and 24. Contactors K45
and K46 are switched on.
Feedback loop
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e4.1p
The feedback loop is not used.
PNOZ e1.1p
The unit has a separate feedback loop. N/C
contacts K45 and K46 on the contactors are
connected to the feedback loop input Y6.
When the unit is started, a test is carried out
to check whether both N/C contacts K45
and K46 are closed, i.e. whether the
contactors have de-energised. If one of the
contacts is open, the safety outputs will
retain a low signal. It will not be possible to
restart the unit until the feedback loop is
closed and the input circuits have been
opened and then closed again.
If the signal at the safety outputs switches
from high to low, the N/C contacts must
close within a max. of 150 ms. If one
contactor fails to de-energise, the
corresponding N/C contact will remain
open; an error is detected and is displayed
as a flashing pulse (1, 8). It will not be
possible to switch the unit back on until the
error has been rectified and the supply
voltage has been switched off and then on
again.
3.1
Reset
PNOZ e1p
If the signal lamp is lit, the unit will be active
(automatic reset).
PNOZ e4.1p
If the safety mat has not been activated and
the signal lamp is lit, the unit will be active
(automatic reset).
PNOZ e1.1p
If the safety mat has not been activated and
the signal lamp is lit, or both zone control
limit switches are operated, the unit will be
active (automatic reset).
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
2006-08
3.1-29
Applications
PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e4.1p
Monitoring the work area, with signal lamp, Category 3, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● The PNOZ e1p, PNOZ e4.1p and PNOZ
e1.1p must be installed in a single
location. The PNOZe1.1p and its
respective contactors are not tied to a
common location.
● PNOZ e1p and PNOZ e1.1p: If a switch
contact in the input circuit is overridden,
this will be detected as an error the next
time the affected PNOZelog is operated.
Safety outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low
signal.
PNOZ e4.1p: An interruption to the input
circuit (S11-S12, S21-S22) will be
detected as an error. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
input circuits (S11-S12, S21-S22) will be
detected as an error. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
logic inputs S35 or S36 will not affect the
connection logic.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and a
safety output will be detected and the
safety outputs will carry a low signal. On
the PNOZ e1.1p, the load is then shut
down via the second shutdown route.
Pilz units
Number
1
1
1
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e4.1p
Features
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
Order number
774 130
774 133
774 180
3.1
Products made by other manufacturers
Number
1
1
Designation
Safety mat
Signal lamp
Manufacturer
Mayser
Werma
Type
SM/BK
826
Drawing file:
Page 27 and 28 in the project EPLAN4/Pilz/PNOZ0702
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Applications
PNOZ e4.1p
Safety mat monitoring with evaluation via a PSS, Category 3, EN 954-1
Features
● One Mayser SM/BK safety mat
● Dual-channel with detection of shorts
across contacts
● 2 instantaneous load shutdowns
● Signal to master programmable safety
system (PSS)
● Evaluation of safety mat via PSS
(SB063 E-Stop)
● Feasibility test on the PSS input signals
in SB063
Feedback loop
PNOZ e4.1p
The feedback loop is not used.
3.1
Reset
PNOZ e4.1p
If the safety mat has not been activated, the
unit will be active (automatic reset).
Description
Monitoring function
A safety mat operating to the short circuit
principle is used to monitor access to a
machine with a potentially hazardous
movement. The PNOZ e4.1p monitors the
safety mat.
Safety outputs S14 and S24 are connected
to the inputs on a PSS and are therefore
integrated into the master programmable
safety system.
If the safety mat is activated, the input
circuits on the PNOZ 4.1p are shortcircuited and there is a low signal at safety
outputs 14 and 24. The low signal at PSS
inputs E00.00 and E00.01 is evaluated by
standard function block SB063 and the
potentially hazardous movement is shut
down via contactors K1 and K2.
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
2006-08
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Applications
PNOZ e4.1p
Safety mat monitoring with evaluation via a PSS, Category 3, EN 954-1
Safety assessment
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and the
input circuits (S11-S12, S21-S22) will be
detected as an error. Safety outputs 14
and 24 will carry a low signal.
● A short between the input circuits (S11S12, S21-S22) will not be detected as an
error but will cause the unit to shut down.
Safety outputs 14 and 24 will carry a low
signal.
● A short circuit between 24 VDC and a
safety output will be detected and the
safety output will carry a low signal. The
load will be switched off via the second
shutdown route.
Pilz units
Number
1
Type
PNOZ e4.1p
Features
24 VDC
Order number
774 180
3.1
Products made by other manufacturers
Number
1
Designation
Safety mat
Manufacturer
Mayser
Type
SM/BK
Drawing file:
Page 26 in the project EPLAN4/Pilz/PNOZ0702
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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Applications
PNOZ e4.1p
Safety mat monitoring with evaluation via a PSS, Category 3, EN 954-1
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Applications
3.1
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
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Order Reference
4.0
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
4.0-0
Order Reference
Contents
Page
Order Reference
Alphabetically by type
Numerically by order number
4.1-2
4.1-3
4.1
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Straße 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
2006-08
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Order Reference
Alphabetically by type
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e2.1p
PNOZ e2.2p
PNOZ e3.1p
PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e4.1p
PNOZ e4vp
PNOZ e5.11p
PNOZ e5.13p
PNOZ e6.1p
PNOZ e6vp
Features
10 s
300 s
10 s
300 s
10 s
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
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774 133
774 131
774 132
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774 137
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774 180
774 181
774 190
774 191
774 192
774 193
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2.2-23
2.2-27
2.2-32
2.2-36
2.2-40
2.2-43
Order number
374 280
874 130B
Page
Accessories
Type
Terminal block S 99/P1/P2
PLC drivers
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Order Reference
Numerically by order number
Order number
774 130
774 131
774 132
774 133
774 135
774 136
774 137
774 138
774 139
774 180
774 181
774 190
774 191
774 192
774 193
Type
PNOZ e1p
PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e1vp
PNOZ e1.1p
PNOZ e2.2p
PNOZ e2.1p
PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e3vp
PNOZ e3.1p
PNOZ e4.1p
PNOZ e4vp
PNOZ e5.11p
PNOZ e5.13p
PNOZ e6.1p
PNOZ e6vp
Features
10 s
300 s
10 s
300 s
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
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2.2-6
2.2-6
2.2-3
2.2-13
2.2-10
2.2-19
2.2-19
2.2-16
2.2-23
2.2-27
2.2-32
2.2-36
2.2-40
2.2-43
4.1
Accessories
Order number
374 280
874 130B
Type
Terminal block S 99/P1/P2
PLC drivers
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Standards and Directives
5.0
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Standards and Directives
Contents
Standards and directives
European directives and position of the standards in Europe
Legal regulations outside Europe and standards
for functional safety
Risk parameters and categories in accordance with EN 954-1
Functional safety and legal position of EN/IEC 61508
Risk analysis
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5.1-4
5.1-5
5.1-6
5.1-7
3
5.1
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Standards and Directives
European directives and position of the standards in Europe
5.1
Fig. 1: Incorporation of the directives into domestic law (using Germany as an example)
European directives
The concept of a single European internal
market in terms of the “New Approach” can
be traced right back to the start of the 70s:
The low voltage directive is the first piece of
European legislation to take into account
the approach towards harmonisation of a
common single market.
Products that are covered by one or more of
the following directives have to apply a CEmark, i.e. the product must be accompanied
by a declaration of conformity. With a
declaration of conformity the manufacturer
confirms that his product meets all the
requirements of the European directives that
relate to his product. This means he can
launch and sell his product within the scope
of the EU without consideration of any
national regulations.
Lifts
95/16/EC
Construction products
89/106/EEC
Pressure equipment directive 97/23/EC
EMC directive
89/336/EEC
ATEX
94/9/EC
Appliances burning gaseous fuels 90/396/
EEC
Machinery directive
98/37/EC
Medical device directive
93/42/EEC
Low voltage directive
73/23/EEC
Personal protective equipment89/686/EEC
Safety of toys directive
88/378/EEC
The directives are addressed to member
states, who are obliged to incorporate the
European directives into domestic law. In
Germany this is normally achieved through
the device safety law.
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Standards and Directives
European directives and position of the standards in Europe
A standards have priority over all others
and deal with essential safety requirements for machinery
B1 standards deal with aspects
of safety
B2 standards deal with safety
devices
C standards deal with
specific types or groups
of maschinery
A
EN ISO 12100 Safety of machinery
EN 1050 Risk assessment
B1, B2
C
EN 954-1 Safety-related parts
EN 574 Two-hand controls
EN 418 Emergency stop equipment
EN 12415 Turning machines
EN 422 Blow moulding mach
EN 692 Mech. presses
5.1
Fig. 2: Standards pyramid
Position of the standards in Europe
The legal status of standards is constantly
under discussion. Inside Europe, i.e. within
the scope of the European directives that
are subject to the CE-marking obligation, a
manufacturer is not bound by standards or
other specifications. He simply needs to
comply with the health and safety
requirements of the directive(s). The
associated benefits of a division between
standards and legislation are obvious: It is
easier for legislators to agree on the
essential requirements than on technical
details. Also, the directives do not regularly
have to be adapted to the state of
technology; member states can use their
own legal system for incorporation and
manufacturers are free to select the ways in
which they implement the requirements of
the directive.
So what are the benefits of applying the
standards? With so-called harmonised
standards with presumption of conformity,
there is a shifting of the burden of proof, i.e.
if manufacturers apply these standards, it is
presumed that they will also comply with the
specific requirements of the European
directives. The regulatory authorities would
therefore need to prove that a manufacturer
did not meet the legal requirements.
However, should a manufacturer deviate
from the harmonised standards, he himself
must prove how he has met the essential
safety requirements. This is generally done
via a hazard analysis. In practice one would
endeavour to apply the harmonised
standards, unless the products concerned
are highly innovative and no harmonised
standards yet exist. The standards for which
this “presumption effect” applies can be
researched in the Official Journal of the EU
(e.g. on the Internet). Standards in Europe
are subdivided into what are termed A, B,
and C standards.
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Standards and Directives
Legal regulations outside Europe and standards for functional safety
Legal regulations
outside Europe
The situation is somewhat different in the
USA: people there are mainly familiar with
two types of standards: ANSI (American
National Standards Institute) and OSHA
(Occupational Safety and Health
Administration).
OSHA standards are published by the state
and compliance is mandatory. ANSI
standards, on the other hand, are developed
by private organisations and their
application is generally not absolutely
essential. However, ANSI standards can still
be found included as part of a contract.
Beyond that ANSI standards are being taken
over by OSHA. You can also still come
across the NFPA (National Fire Protection
Association), which developed NFPA 79 as
a counterpart to EN 60204-1, for example.
The OSHA standards can be compared with
the European directives. Unlike the
European directives, OSHA standards are
more involved with formulating technical
specifications than abstract requirements.
The legal basis in the USA can be seen as a
mix of product standards, fire codes (NFPA),
electrical codes (NEC) and national laws.
Local government bodies have the authority
to monitor that these codes are being
enforced and implemented.
Russia and the CIS states have
implemented GOST-R certification for some
years now, in other words, technical devices
that fall within a specific product area must
undergo a certain certification process.
Machinery and any corresponding technical
accessories undergo a type approval test
through a European notified body, for
example. This test is generally recognised
by a Russian-based approvals body. From
the point of view of safety, the same
requirements apply as in Europe.
China, on the other hand, has introduced
CCC certification. Similar to the position in
Russia, technical products are subject to
mandatory certification through a national
approvals body in China. In addition,
production sites are inspected. If a technical
device falls with the scope of the product
list, which is subdivided into 19 categories,
certification is mandatory, otherwise it will
be necessary to supply a type of
“declaration of no objection” from a national
notified body.
Standards for functional safety
Different standards may be called upon to
observe functional safety on control
systems, depending on the application. In
the area of machine safety, EN 954-1 is the
main standard named for safety-related
control systems. Irrespective of the
technology, this applies for the whole chain
from the sensor to the actuator. The risk
graphs and corresponding risk parameters
can be used to estimate the potential risk
for danger zones on machinery. The
category is then established without the use
of risk-reducing measures.
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Japan is currently in a transition period: The
plan is for Japan to adopt the European
“new approach” – in other words, to keep
standards and legislation separate. At the
moment the international ISO and IEC
standards are being directly incorporated
into national legislation, which is why people
are currently confronted with frequent
amendments to laws and lengthy
implementation periods.
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Standards and Directives
Risk parameters and categories in accordance with EN 954-1
Risk parameters
Category B
Category 2
S = Severity of injury:
1 = Slight (normally reversible) injury
2 = Serious (normally irreversible) injury
including death
Basic category with no special requirements
= “good industrial standard”
Safety-related parts of control systems must
be designed so that their safety function(s)
are checked at suitable intervals by the
machine control system. The safety
function(s) must be checked: at the machine
start-up and prior to the initiation of any
hazardous situation; periodically during
operation, if the risk assessment and the kind
of operation show that it is necessary.
F = Frequency and/or exposure time to the
hazard
1 = Seldom to quite often and/or exposure
time is short
2 = Frequent to continuous and/or exposure time
is long
P = Possibility of avoiding the hazard
1 = Possible under specific conditions
2 = Scarcely possible
Safety-related parts must be designed and
constructed using well-tried components and
well-tried safety principles.
Well-tried means: the components have been
widely used in the past with successful
results in similar applications, or they have
been manufactured using principles that
demonstrate its suitability and reliability for
safety-related applications.
Example: safety switch with forced-opening
contacts.
Categories
Categories
Starting point for
risk estimation
Category 1
Fig. 3: Risk graph from EN 954
Categories in accordance with EN 954-1
The control system requirements derived
from the risk graph are specified as follows:
Well-tried safety principles are circuits that
are constructed in such a way that certain
faults can be avoided by the appropriate
arrangement or layout of components.
Example: avoiding a short circuit through
appropriate separation, avoiding component
failures that result from over-dimensioning,
using the failsafe principle (on switching off).
Note: The occurrence of a fault can lead to
the loss of the safety function.
This check may be initiated automatically or
manually. Automatically, for example, the
check may be initiated by a signal generated
from a control system at suitable intervals.
The automatic test should be provided by
preference. The decision about the type of
test depends on the risk assessment and the
judgement of the end user or machine
builder. If no fault is detected, operation may
be approved as a result of the test. If a fault
is detected, an output must be generated to
initiate appropriate control action. A second,
independent shutdown route is required for
this.
Notes: In some cases Category 2 is not
applicable because the checking of the safety
function cannot be applied to all components
and devices. Moreover, the cost involved in
implementing Category 2 correctly may be
considerable, so that it may make better
economic sense to implement a different
category. In general Category 2 can be
realised with electronic techniques. The
system behaviour allows the occurrence of a
fault to lead to the loss of the safety function
between checks; the loss of the safety
function is detected by the check.
Category 3
Safety-related parts of control systems must
be designed so that a single fault in any of
these parts does not lead to the loss of the
safety function.
Whenever reasonably practicable, the single
fault shall be detected at or before the next
demand upon the safety function. This does
not mean that all faults will be detected. The
accumulation of undetected faults can lead
to an unintended output signal and a
hazardous situation at the machine.
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Category 4
Safety-related parts of control systems must
be designed so that a single fault in any of
these parts does not lead to a loss of the
safety function; the single fault must be
detected at or before the next demand upon
the safety functions (e.g. immediately at
switch on, at the end of a machine operating
cycle).
If this detection is not possible, then an
accumulation of faults shall not lead to a loss
of the safety function.
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Standards and Directives
Functional safety and legal position of EN/IEC 61508
Functional safety with
EN/IEC 61508
What is the legal status of
EN/IEC 61508?
EN/IEC 61508 is regarded as a generic
safety standard, which deals with the
functional safety of electrical, electronic and
programmable electronic systems,
irrespective of the application.
As EN/IEC 61508 is not listed in the Official
Journal of the European Communities for
implementation as a European directive, it
lacks the so-called “presumption effect”. If
the standard is used on its own, a control
system designer cannot presume that the
relevant requirements of the specific
European directive have been met.
One of the main tasks of EN/IEC 61508 is to
serve as a basis for the development of
application-oriented standards. Standards’
committees are currently busy in the areas of
machine safety with EN/IEC 62061, and
process safety with EN/IEC 61511. Also
under revision is EN 954, the standard
harmonised under the scope of the
machinery directive, which in future will be
listed as EN/ISO 13849.
These sector-specific standards are intended
to continue the principle approaches of EN/
IEC 61508 and to implement the
requirements for the relevant application area
in a suitably practical manner.
Machinery sector
Medical sector
IEC61
620
IEC04
623
IEC08
615
Transport sector
IEC11
615
Process sector
5.1
IEC13
615
Power station sector
Fig. 4: Sector standards from IEC 61508
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Standards and Directives
Risk analysis
Risk analysis
Under the terms of the machinery directive,
a machine manufacturer must assess the
hazards in order to identify all the hazards
that apply to his machine. He must then
design and construct the machine to take
account of his assessment. This
requirement also applies to operators who
act as manufacturers under the terms of the
machinery directive. For example, this may
occur with machines that are interlinked or
for machinery that has been upgraded and
substantially modified.
EN 1050 contains “Principles for risk
assessment” on machinery. These
approaches can be called upon as part of a
comprehensive analysis. EN 954-1 expands
on EN 1050 with regard to the assessment of
safety-related parts of control systems.
The hazards emanating from a machine may
be many and varied, so for example, it is
necessary to consider not just mechanical
hazards through crushing and shearing, but
also thermal and electrical hazards and
hazards from radiation. Risk reduction is
therefore an iterative process, i.e. it is
carried out before and during the planning
phase and after completion of the plant or
machine.
Start
Determination of the
limits of the machine
Lifecycles, limits application area,
training level, other groups of people,
etc.
Hazard identification
Risk analysis
Risk assessment
Risk estimation
Extent, probability, group of people,
human factors, reliability of the safety
function, possibility of defeat, etc.
Risk evaluation
No
Is the
machinery
safe?
Annex A of EN 1050
point 4, EN 292-1
etc.
Yes
End
5.1
Hazard removed?
Protective measures appropriate?
User information sufficient?
Risk reduction
Fig. 5: Iterative process in accordance with
EN 1050
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Service
3
6.0
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Service
Contents
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Service
Pre-sales/after sales
Services, concepts and solutions
Business terms and conditions
Delivery and payment terms
6.1-2
6.1-3
6.1
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Service
Pre-sales/after sales
Services, concepts and solutions
Plant assessment
Analysis and assessment of the
safety-related condition of your
plant and machinery. Presentation
of basic proposals for improvement.
Risk assessment
Assessment of the hazards and
risks on plant and machinery,
based on norms and standards.
Safety concept
Based on the risk analysis,
appropriate protective measures
can be selected and a safety
concept drawn up.
We are happy to advise you, in the
configuration phase or during
commissioning.
Safety design
Pilz undertakes all the tasks
required to implement a project:
component selection, preparation
of circuit diagrams, programming, control
cabinet, installation, commissioning.
CE services
Co-ordination and
implementation of all the activities
necessary for the CE conformity
of plant and machinery.
Safety sign-off
All the relevant safety-related
documents are examined, check
lists are created and the plant and
machinery checked.
Technical support
Our engineers can support you in
the selection, use and
application of our products. They
are in constant contact with customers from
the widest range of areas and industrial
sectors and are happy to answer your
queries at any time.
E-mail:
techsupport@pilz.de
24-hour hotline:
+49 711 3409-444
Training and education
A wide range of seminars and
training courses helps to
communicate the fundamentals
for minimising risk and assuring your
success.
E-Business
The focus of Pilz’s E-Business
activities is to strengthen
customer orientation through the
use of new media and to increase added
value via a supplementary business model
for Business-to-Business.
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Supply and repair service
From a fast, economical repair
through to a long supply
guarantee to safeguard your
investment – always expect more from Pilz.
Certificates and approvals
Pilz is certified to DIN ISO 9001.
International approvals and
certification from recognised test
houses confirm our products’ suitability for
worldwide use.
Worldwide representatives
Our worldwide network of
subsidiaries and sales partners
ensures comprehensive support
and assistance with your questions and
problems.
Internet
Our homepage at www.pilz.com
provides the latest information,
electronic shopping, direct
dialogue and enquiry functions as well as
extensive download options.
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Service
Business terms and conditions
Terms of delivery and payment
The terms of delivery and of payment of the
respective Pilz company with whom a sales
contract is closed are applied. As a rule this
is the Pilz company that places the order.
Please select the legal contract partner from
the order confirmation.
6.1
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266.1-3
AU
CN
Pilz Australia
Safe Automation
Suite C1, 756 Blackburn Road
Clayton, Melbourne VIC 3168
Australia
Telephone: +61 3 95446300
Telefax:
+61 3 95446311
E-Mail:
safety@pilz.com.au
BE
LU
Pilz Belgium
Safe Automation
Bijenstraat 4
9051 Gent (Sint-Denijs-Westrem)
Belgium
Telephone: +32 9 3217570
Telefax:
+32 9 3217571
E-Mail:
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BR
Pilz do Brasil
Automação Segura
Rua Ártico, 123 - Jd. do Mar
09726-300
São Bernardo do Campo - SP
Brazil
Telephone: +55 11 4337-1241
Telefax:
+55 11 4337-1242
E-Mail:
pilz@pilzbr.com.br
Pilz lndustrieelektronik GmbH
Gewerbepark Hintermättli
Postfach 6
5506 Mägenwil
Switzerland
Telephone: +41 62 88979-30
Telefax:
+41 62 88979-40
E-Mail:
pilz@pilz.ch
Pilz Industrial Automation
Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Safe Automation
Rm. 704-706
No. 457 Wu Lu Mu Qi (N) Road
Shanghai 200040
China
Telephone: +86 21 62494658
Telefax:
+86 21 62491300
sales@pilz.com.cn
E-Mail:
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ES
Pilz lndustrieelektronik S.L.
Safe Automation
Camí Ral, 130
Polígono Industrial Palou Nord
08400 Granollers
Spain
Telephone: +34 938497433
Telefax:
+34 938497544
E-Mail:
pilz@pilz.es
FI
Pilz Skandinavien K/S
Safe Automation
Nuijamiestentie 5 A
00400 Helsinki
Finland
Telephone: +358 9 27093700
Telefax:
+358 9 27093709
E-Mail:
pilz.fi@pilz.dk
FR
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG
Felix-Wankel-Straße 2
73760 Ostfildern
Germany
Telephone: +49 711 3409-0
Telefax:
+49 711 3409-133
E-Mail:
pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
Pilz France Electronic
1, rue Jacob Mayer
BP 12
67037 Strasbourg Cedex 2
France
Telephone: +33 3 88104000
Telefax:
+33 3 88108000
E-Mail:
siege@pilz-france.fr
DK
GB
Pilz Skandinavien K/S
Safe Automation
Ellegaardvej 25 L
6400 Sonderborg
Denmark
Telephone: +45 74436332
Telefax:
+45 74436342
E-Mail:
pilz@pilz.dk
Pilz Automation Technology
Safe Automation
Willow House, Medlicott Close
Oakley Hay Business Park
Corby
Northants NN18 9NF
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1536 460766
Telefax:
+44 1536 460866
E-Mail:
sales@pilz.co.uk
IE
Pilz Ireland Industrial Automation
Cork Business and Technology Park
Model Farm Road
Cork
Ireland
Telephone: +353 21 4346535
Telefax:
+353 21 4804994
E-Mail:
sales@pilz.ie
IT
Pilz ltalia Srl
Automazione sicura
Via Meda 2/A
22060 Novedrate (CO)
Italy
Telephone: +39 031 789511
Telefax:
+39 031 789555
E-Mail:
info@pilz.it
JP
Pilz Japan Co., Ltd.
Safe Automation
Shin-Yokohama Fujika Building 5F
2-5-9 Shin-Yokohama
Kohoku-ku
Yokohama 222-0033
Japan
Telephone: +81 45 471-2281
Telefax:
+81 45 471-2283
E-Mail:
pilz@pilz.co.jp
KR
Pilz Korea Ltd.
Safe Automation
9F Jo-Yang Bld. 50-10
Chungmuro2-Ga Jung-Gu
100-861 Seoul
Republic of Korea
Telephone: +82 2 2263 9541
Telefax:
+82 2 2263 9542
E-Mail:
info@pilzkorea.co.kr
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www.pilz.com
Technical support
+49 711 3409-444
MX
Pilz de Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.
Automatización Segura
Circuito Pintores # 170
Cd. Satelite
C.P. 53100
Naucalpan de Juarez, Edo. de Mexico
Mexico
Telephone: +52 55 5572 1300
Telefax:
+52 55 5572 4194
E-Mail:
info@mx.pilz.com
NL
Pilz Nederland
Veilige automatisering
Postbus 186
4130 ED Vianen
Netherlands
Telephone: +31 347 320477
Telefax:
+31 347 320485
E-Mail:
info@pilz.nl
NZ
Pilz New Zealand
Safe Automation
5 Nixon Road
Mangere
Auckland
New Zealand
Telephone: +64 9 6345350
Telefax:
+64 9 6345352
E-Mail:
t.catterson@pilz.co.nz
PL
Pilz Polska Sp. z o.o.
Safe Automation
ul. Odlewnicza 1
03-231 Warszawa
Poland
Telephone: +48 22 8847100
Telefax:
+48 22 8847109
E-Mail:
pilz.pl@pilz.de
…
In many countries we are
represented by sales partners.
Please refer to our homepage
for further details or contact our
headquarters.
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG
Felix-Wankel-Straße 2
73760 Ostfildern, Germany
Telephone: +49 711 3409-0
Telefax:
+49 711 3409-133
E-Mail:
pilz.gmbh@pilz.de
PT
Pilz Industrieelektronik S.L.
R. Eng Duarte Pacheco, 120
4 Andar Sala 21
4470-174 Maia
Portugal
Telephone: +351 229407594
Telefax:
+351 229407595
E-Mail:
pilz@pilz.es
SE
Pilz Skandinavien K/S
Safe Automation
Energigatan 10 B
43437 Kungsbacka
Sweden
Telephone: +46 300 13990
Telefax:
+46 300 30740
E-Mail:
pilz.se@pilz.dk
TR
Pilz Emniyet Otomasyon
Ürünleri ve Hizmetleri Tic. Ltd. Şti.
İsmail Paşa Sokak No: 8
Koşuyolu/Kadıköy
34718 İstanbul
Turkey
Telephone: +90 216 5452910
Telefax:
+90 216 5452913
E-Mail:
pilz.tr@pilz.de
US
CA
Pilz Automation Safety L.P.
7150 Commerce Boulevard
Canton
Michigan 48187
USA
Telephone: +1 734 354 0272
Telefax:
+1 734 354 3355
E-Mail:
info@pilzusa.com
2-1-2-2-005, 2008-02 Printed in Germany
© Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, 2008
CH
In some countries, InduraNET p®, Pilz®, PIT®, PMCprotego®, PMI®, PNOZ®, Primo®, PSEN®, PSS®, PVIS®, SafetyBUS p®, SafetyEYE®,
SafetyNET p®, the spirit of safety® are registered, protected trademarks of Pilz GmbH & Co. KG. Text and graphics in this leaflet are
simply intended to give an overview of the system. No responsibility accepted for errors or omissions.
AT
Pilz Ges.m.b.H.
Sichere Automation
Modecenterstraße 14
1030 Wien
Austria
Telephone: +43 1 7986263-0
Telefax:
+43 1 7986264
E-Mail:
pilz@pilz.at
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