FS-N10 Series Instruction Manual Digital Fiber Sensor

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96M11513
FS-N10 Series Quick Start
„ Quick Start
Digital Fiber Sensor
Mode/Output *2
Fine sensitivity adjustment
FS-N10 Series
Up
Press the [MODE] button once, then
use
to select L-on or D-on
Down
Preset function
Instruction Manual
Configure easily
with a single press
when receiving light
Setting value Light intensity
Power select switch *1
Sensitivity setting
Standard ⇔ MEGA (fixed)
Press once each for workpiece/no workpiece
*1 This is a channel switch on 2-output types. This is not equipped with the 0-line type.
*2 Press and hold the [MODE] button to make advanced setting changes.
Names of Each Part of the Main Unit and Expansion Unit
Fiber lock lever
SET button (SET)
Read this manual before using the product in order to achieve maximum performance.
Keep this manual in a safe place after reading it so that it can be used at any time.
Danger
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to death or serious injury.
Warning
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to injury.
Caution
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to product damage (product malfunction, etc.)
Operation status indicators
PST indicator
Sub screen
(Displayed in green)
DTM indicator
Digital display
Note
Manual button
(
)
Main screen
(Displayed in red)
Expansion
protective cover
Expansion connector
Provides additional information on proper operation.
MODE button (MODE)
Preset button (PRESET)
This provides useful tips for the feature being described.
Cable*2
Tip
Power select switch*1
Dust cover
See "FS-N10 Series User's Manual" for details on the features of the FS-N10 Series and
detailed instructions for configuration.
*1 Setting to "M" locks the power mode to MEGA mode. The switch is a channel switch for the
two output type. This is not equipped with the 0-line type.
*2 On the FS-N1…C…, this is an M8 connector rather than a cable. On the FS-N1…EN, this is
an e-CON connector.
Hints on Correct Use
Mounting Unit
• This product is just intended to detect the object(s). Do not
Warning
„ Mounting on a DIN Rail
use this product for the purpose to protect a human body or
a part of human body.
• This product is not intended for use as explosion-proof
product. Do not use this product in a hazardous location
and/or potentially explosive atmosphere.
• This product uses DC power. Do not apply AC power. The
product may explode or burn if an AC voltage is applied.
1
2
• Do not wire the amplifier line along with power lines or high-tension lines, as the sensor may
malfunction or be damaged due to noise.
• When using a commercially available switching regulator, ground the frame ground terminal
3
Align the claw at the bottom of the main body with
the DIN rail, as shown in figure1.
While pushing the main body in the direction of
the arrow 1, push down in the direction of arrow 2.
2
1
figure1
To dismount the sensor, raise the main body in
the direction of the arrow 3 while pushing the
main body in the direction of arrow 1.
„ Installation on a Wall (Main Unit Only)
and ground terminal.
• Do not use the FS Series outdoors, or in a place where extraneous light can enter the light-
1
receiving element directly.
• Due to individual dispersion characteristics and the difference in fiber unit models, the maximum sensing distance or displayed value may not be the same on all units.
Attach the unit to the optional mounting bracket (OP73880), and secure with two M3 screws as shown in
figure2.
• If the sensor is used for a long time with the APC function enabled and the LED is imposed
with a heavy load, the current consumption of the sensor for light emission will become constant and 'END APC' will be displayed. The sensor can still be used in this case. However,
replace the sensor if even small changes in received light intensity should be detected for
precise detection.
OP-73880
figure2
Connecting Fiber Unit
Precautions on Regulations and Standards
1
„ UL Certificate
2
This product is an UL/C-UL Listed product.
• UL File No. E301717
• Category NRKH,NRKH7
• Enclosure Type 1 (Based on UL50)
3
4
Be sure to consider the following specifications when using this product as an UL/C-UL Listed Product.
• Use the power supply with Class 2 output defined in NFPA70 (NEC: National Electrical Code).
• Power supply/ Control input/ Control output shall be connected to a single Class 2 source only.
• Use with the over current protection device which is rated 30V or more and not more than 1A.
Included accessories
• Instruction Manual 1pc.
1
Open the dust cover in the direction shown by
arrow 1.
1
Move the fiber lock lever in the direction shown
by arrow 2.
Insert a fiber unit into the amplifier as indicated
by arrow 3 (approximately 14 mm).
Move the fiber lock lever in the direction shown
by arrow 4 to secure the fiber.
4
2
3
Fiber insertion sign
.
Note
Other Calibration Methods
• If a thin fiber unit is used, an adapter provided with the thin fiber unit will be
required.
Unless the correct adapter is connected, the thin fiber unit will be loose and
not detect targets correctly (the adapter is supplied with the fiber unit).
Cable outer dia
Adapter
φ1.3
Adapter A
(OP-26500)
φ1.0
Adapter B
(OP-26501)
„ Increased Resistance to Dust and Dirt
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Appearance
Maximum Sensitivity Calibration
In the state shown below, press and hold the [SET] button for three seconds or more. Stop
pushing when "5'6" flashes.
The sensitivity is set slightly higher than the received light intensity.
Thrubeam model : with workpiece
Workpiece
• To connect the coaxial reflective type fiber unit to the amplifier, connect the
single-core fiber to the transmitter side, and connect the multiple-core fiber
to the receiver side.
Single-core fiber
Multi-core fiber
Press and hold for 3 seconds or more
Transmitter
Reflective model : without workpiece
Receiver
Press and hold for 3 seconds or more
Connecting Multiple Amplifiers
Up to 16 expansion units can be connected to one main unit. However, two output types will be
treated as two main units.
Warning
Note
1
2
„ Calibrate with a Moving Workpiece
Mount on DIN rail and install on metal surface when connecting to
multiple amplifiers or mounting main units together.
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Fully Automatic Calibration
Press and hold the [SET] button with no workpiece in place. While “5'6” is flashing, pass a
workpiece through. (Continue pressing the [SET] button while the workpiece passes through.)
• When connecting with units other than N-bus (a general term for the KEYENCE wire-saving connection system) compatible sensor amplifiers,
including the FS-N10 Series, and the network unit NU Series, consult your
nearest KEYENCE dealer.
• Turn the power off before connecting multiple expansion units.
• Do not touch the expansion connector with your bare hands.
Common to
Thrubeam and Reflective Models
Press and hold until
"UGV" flashes
Remove the protection covers from the main unit
and expansion unit(s).
Install the amplifiers on the DIN rail one at a time.
While pressing the [SET] button
pass through a workpiece
3
4
5
Workpiece
Slide the main unit and expansion unit(s) together.
Engage the two claws of the expansion unit with
the recesses on the main unit side until you hear/
feel a click.
Settings complete
„ Position Workpiece
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Attach the end units (option: OP-26751) to the DIN
rail in the same way as step (2).
Positioning Calibration
Press the [SET] button with no workpiece.
Place the workpiece in the location you wish to position it. Press and hold the [SET] button
for at least 3 seconds. Release the button when "5'6" flashes.
Secure the amplifiers between the end units.
Tighten the screws at the top (two screws x two
units) with a Phillips screwdriver to fix the end
units.
Common to
Thrubeam and Reflective Models
Press [SET] button once with
no workpiece
OP-26751 (a set of two)
Calibration Method
„ Detecting Even Small Differences
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Press and hold [SET] button with
workpiece
Two-point Calibration
Two-point calibration is the basic method of calibration.
Press the [SET] button once without the workpiece, and then press it once again with the
workpiece.
1
Press and hold until
"UGV" flashes
Press the [SET] button with no workpiece.
[SET] will be displayed on the sub-menu (green display).
Workpiece
Settings complete
Simple, User Friendly Functions
2
„ Setting the Current Value to 100.0
Press the [SET] button with workpiece.
The values will be set and the submenu (green display) will flash. The values will be set to
the mid-point between the light intensity when there is no workpiece, and the light intensity
when there is a workpiece.
With the FS-N10 Series, you can set the current value to 100.0 using simple operations.
Standardizing the current value makes it possible for the sensor amplifiers to instantly differentiate reductions in light intensity and is useful in predicting the need for maintenance.
Note
Workpiece
Workpiece
If "----" flashes for two seconds on the main screen, the light intensity is too small between
conditions when the workpiece is absent and when it is present. These values will be set,
but there is the possibility that detection may become unstable.
Tip
2
• The various Preset functions listed below cannot be used when the ZeroShift function is enabled. Disable the Zero-Shift function before executing
the following functions.
• The Preset functions are not suited for transparent workpieces and other
cases of detection with low light intensity differences.
You can disable various Preset functions by pressing and holding the [PRESET]
button.
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Preset Function
This function adjusts the current value to "".
With light received, press the [PRESET] button. The current value is set to "".
Full Auto Preset Function
This function automatically differentiates between two conditions (presence/absence of
workpiece) and adjusts the current values to "" and "". This is effective for cases when
the workpiece is moving at high-speed.
Press and hold the [PRESET] button with no workpiece in place. While "#WVQ" is flashing,
pass a workpiece through. (Continue pressing the [PRESET] button while the workpiece
passes through.)
Press [PRESET] button once
with no workpiece
Common ・
to Thrubeam and Reflective Models
Green "PST" lights up
Setting is ""
Current value is ""
Press and hold until
"#WVQ" flashes
Pressing the [PRESET] button changes the setting and current value as shown below.
• Presetting with preset disabled:
The setting is changed to "". The setting can be changed via the normal calibration
method.
• Presetting with preset enabled:
Only the current value is changed to "", and the setting is not changed.
While pressing the [PRESET] button
pass through a workpiece
.
Handy Uses for the Preset Function
Tip
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This function is most useful when performing simple detection using a thrubeam model fiber unit (e.g. completely blocked detection, such as when all
light axes of the fiber unit are interrupted by opaque workpieces).
Workpiece
Settings complete
Work-Preset Function
• Near-maximum values while the [PRESET] button is being pressed and held are
This function adjusts the current value to "".
After executing the Preset function in a condition in which you would like "" to be displayed, executing this function in a condition in which you would like "" to be displayed, will
adjust any two points to "" and "".
• The setting value is changed to ""
• The green [PST] indicator will light up.
Important
adjusted to "" and near-minimum values are adjusted to "" .
Note
The Work-Preset function can be used while the Preset function is in use
(when Preset is enabled).
Cannot be executed when the Preset function is already being used (when
the [PST] indicator is flashing). Press and hold the [PRESET] button to disable the Preset function before executing this function.
„ Set Current Value to "0"
Pressing the [PRESET] button and the
button at the same time will set the current
value at that time to "". Values that have been set to "" with the Preset function cannot
be changed.
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The Zero Shift Function
This function is primarily used with reflective models.
Press the [PRESET] button and
button at the same time.
100.0
Workpiece
3.0
.0
[PRESET] +
Green "PST"
lights up
• The current value is set to "".
• Green "PST" lights up
Note
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Disable the Zero Shift Function
Press and hold the [PRESET] button to disable the zero shift function.
Current value is ""
Tip
The zero shift and preset function cannot be used together. To use the
preset function, you must first disable the zero shift function.
Handy Uses for the Zero Shift Function
When using this function with reflective models, "" will be displayed when
there is a workpiece, and "" will be displayed when there is no workpiece,
making it easy to know when the workpiece is present or absent. Additionally,
even when with a reflective model, the background has higher light intensity
than the workpiece, if you set a condition with low light intensity to "" using
the Preset function and then using the Work-Preset function, register a condition with high light intensity as "", the background will display as "" and when
the workpiece is present, it will be displayed as "".
Tip
This function is primarily used to set the current value to "0" on a reflective
model fiber unit.
When a reflective model is first installed, the light intensity is sometimes not
set to "0".
If this happens, using the zero shift function to set the value to "0" when there is
no workpiece allows for easier understanding of the difference in light intensity.
„ Adjusting
the current intensity value when it is too large
(when saturated).
Maximum Sensitivity Preset Function
This function sets conditions that will serve as reference, to "" and adjusts conditions with
slightly high light intensity as "". This is useful when you would like to perform detection
using the background as a reference with reflective models.
In the following conditions, press and hold the [PRESET] button for 3 seconds or more then
release your finger when "#WVQ" is flashed.
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Use the Saturation Recovery Function
Press the [SET] button while pressing the [MODE] button.
Thrubeam model : with workpiece
Workpiece
Press the [SET] button while
pressing the [MODE] button.
Press and hold for 3 seconds or more
After adjusting the light transmission level and light intensity sensitivity, the current values
will be adjusted to within the ranges listed in the table that follows.
Reflective model : without workpiece
Power mode
HSP*, FINE, TURBO
SUPER
ULTRA, MEGA
Light intensity setting range
2047 ± 350
4095 ± 500
5000 ± 600
Press and hold for 3 seconds or more
*HIGH SPEED
• The maximum value for the light intensity while the [PRESET] button is being pressed is
•
•
Note
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set to ", and light-intensity that is slightly higher than the maximum value at that time
will be adjusted to "".
The setting value is ""
The green [PST] indicator will light up.
Disable Saturation Recovery
When the saturation recovery function is enabled, press the [SET] button while pressing the
[MODE] button to cancel it.
Handy Uses for the Saturation Recovery Function
Cannot be executed when the Preset function is already being used (when
the [PST] indicator is flashing). Press and hold the [PRESET] button to disable the Preset function before executing this function.
Tip
3
This function is useful when the intensity value is saturated after installation.
This function corrects the saturation via a simple operation, by automatically
calibrating the light transmission level and light intensity gain.
Output Switch
Initializing the Settings
„ Initialization Method
Either light-ON (L-on) mode or dark-ON (D-on) mode can be selected.
1
2
While the current value is displayed, press the [MODE] button once.
1
Use
to switch the output (.QP/&QP), then press the [MODE] button again.
The output change completes, and the display returns to the current value.
Press and hold for 3 seconds or more
2
3
Connecting to External Devices
„ Cable Types
FS-N11N/N12N/N13N/N14N
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FS-N11P/N12P/N13P/N14P
Brown*1
Initial Settings
Initial Value
Pink*2
current 1 mA
or less)
Blue
FINE
Detection mode
Std (Normal)
Setting value
50
Output switch
L-on
0V
*1
*1 FS-N11P/N13P only
*2 FS-N13P/N14P only
Using a Fiber Cutter and Cautions for Use
„ Using a Fiber Cutter
FS-N11MN
Brown
Protection
circuit
Use the
to select "K0K6", then press the [MODE] button.
After initialization is complete, the display returns to the current value.
Power mode
Load
Load
White
(Control
output 2)*2
0V
*1
*1 FS-N11N/N13N only
*2 FS-N13N/N14N only
Overcurrent
protection circuit
to select "456", then press the [MODE] button.
Setting
(Short-circuit
current 2 mA
or less)
Black
(Control output 1)
PLC, etc. (Short-circuit
Pink*2
Blue
*2
Overcurrent
protection circuit
Sensor main circuit
White
(Control output 2)
Use the
PLC, etc.
Black
(Control output 1)
DC3.3V
12 to 24 VDC
Brown*1
Load
Load
Overcurrent
protection circuit
Sensor main circuit
12 to 24 VDC
Sensor main circuit
Press and hold the [SET] and [PRESET] buttons simultaneously for three seconds.
1
2
12 to 24 VDC
Orange
Monitor output (1 to 5V)
Black
Load
(Control output)
Blue
Device with input
impedance
10 kΩ or more
Insert the fiber into the cutter hole.
Bring down the blade in a single,
swift motion to cut the fiber.
2
0V
Fiber
„ M8/e-CON Connector Types
FS-N11CN/N12CN/N11EN/N12EN
1
Always insert fiber from the side with writing
FS-N11CP/N12CP/N13CP/N14CP
12 to 24 VDC
PLC, etc. (Short-circuit
(Control output 1)
2
1
4
3
Failure to follow the cautions below could reduce the detection range.
*3
0V
*1 FS-N11CN/N11EN only
• The fiber cutter comes with the fiber unit.
(Control
output 2)*2
current 1 mA
or less)
*1
(Short-circuit
current 2 mA
or less)
Load
DC3.3V
„ Cautions for Using a Fiber Cutter
PLC, etc.
Load
(Control output)
M8 connector Pin layout
Overcurrent
protection circuit
Sensor main circuit
12 to 24 VDC
*1
Load
Overcurrent
protection circuit
Sensor main circuit
*1
Fiber cutter
(OP-87098)
• When cutting a fiber unit to be attached to the FS-N10 Series, be sure to use a gray fiber cut-
0V
*1
ter (OP-87098)
• Stopping the blade midway could cause a bad cut plane, reducing the detection range.
• Do not use the same hole twice.
*1 FS-N11CP/N13CP only
*2 FS-N13CP/N14CP only
*3 FS-N11CP/N12CP only
FS-N11CN/N12CN
2
M8 connector Pin layout
1
4
Function Configuration
3
e-CON connector Pin layout
„ Basic Setting
FS-N11EN/N12EN
MODE
Press and hold
„ M8 connector Cable (Sold Separately)
for 3 seconds or more
J52 (KPG 6WT$ 5W24 7.64 /')# For FS-N11CN/N11CP/N12CN/N12CP/N13CP/N14CP
HIGH SPEED mode
MODE
OP-73864
(Cable length: 2 m)
4
3
OP-73865
(Cable length: 10 m)
2
1
Pin - Pin and wire color table
Connected
Wire color
pin No.
1
Brown
2
White
3
Blue
4
Black
FINE mode
TURBO mode
SUPER mode
ULTRA mode
MEGA mode
5'6 5VF
5'6 5'V2
5'6 15'V
Error Displays and Corrective Actions
Normal sensitivity setting method
MODE
Error display
Cause
Solution
Check the load and return the current
within the rated value.
ErC
Overcurrent in the control output.
ErE
Failed to write/load the internal data. Perform initialization (p.4).
End APC
Loc
Large load on the light source.
Replace the sensor if highly precise
detection is required.
The keylock function is ON.
For disabling (setting) method, see
"FS-N10 Series User's Manual".
MODE
Consult your nearest KEYENCE office regarding error displays other than the ones listed above.
'0&
5V) (W0E
5V) &K52
5V) 5;5
Percentage Calibration*1
Zero-shift calibration
MODE
Settings complete
Go to detection setup mode
Go to display setup mode
Go to system setup mode
Return to normal display
*1 You can press the
4
MODE
button to set between the range of 2 to 2.
„ Detection Settings
„ System Settings
Disable APC
Timer OFF
Off-delay timer *1
Enable APC
1
On-delay timer *
Eco feature off
One-shot timer *1
Enable eco feature
Normal (light intensity)
detection mode
Reduce power consumption
(response time 4 times slower)
DATUM1 mode *2
Standard current value display
DATUM2 mode *2
Area detection mode
Maximum current value display
(4 times hysteresis)
Rising Edge Detection Mode
Normal operation
Falling Edge Detection Mode
Twice the number of
interference-prevention units as 56&
(response time 2 times slower)
External input off
*6
*1
Disable common key operations
External calibration input
Enable common key operations
Preset input
Zero shift input
Settings complete
Reset input
Go to detection setup mode
Go to original display setup mode
Light transmission OFF input
3
Return to system setup mode
Pause mode transition input *
Sleep mode transition input
Return to normal display
Light emission power selection *
*1 Main unit only.
Analog scaling *5
„ Two Output *2
4
*7
Light intensity detection mode
Settings complete
Limit setting output mode
Go to display setup mode
Go to system setup mode
User reset
Return to original
detection setup mode
Auto reset
Return to normal display
*1 Press the
MODE
Warning output mode
button to set between the range of and (ms).
MODE
Timer OFF
*2 Press the
button to set the retouch sensitivity to a range of between .'W and .'W
and set the warning output level to a range of between 12 and 2.
Off-delay timer *1
MODE
Press the
button to toggle between Q((/Q0/-''2.
Can be set between the range of and .
Can be set between the range of and .
Can be used only for the types with the external input.
Note that these functions can be used via communication when connecting with the network
unit NU Series.
*7 Only monitor output types (FS-N11MN).
*3
*4
*5
*6
On-delay timer *1
One-shot timer *1
Settings complete
„ Display Settings
Return to normal display
*1 Press the
Reverse display
Sub-display off
Extended display
Bar display
Excess gain display
Light intensity hold display *1
Excess gain hold display *1
L-on / D-on display
Enable the saturation of the
Preset function *2
Disable the saturation of the
Preset function
Settings complete
Go to system setup mode
Go to detection setup mode
Return to original display setup mode
Return to normal display
*2 Press the
MODE
MODE
button to set between the range of and (ms).
*2 Only 2 output types (FS-N13N/N13P/N14N/N14P/N13CP/N14CP).
Normal display method
*1 Press the
MODE
button to toggle between 5VF/2`2A/D`DA/2AD`/2`DA
button to set between the range of 2 and 2.
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Specifications
Type
Cable/M8 connector
Main unit/expansion unit
Standard 1 output
Cable
Expansion unit
Main unit
(with output cable)
Model
NPN
PNP
Control output
Monitor output (1 to 5 V)
External input
Light source LED
Response time
FS-N11N
FS-N11P
1 output
-
FS-N12N
FS-N12P
1 output
-
M8 connector*1
Expansion unit
Main unit
(with output cable)
FS-N11CN
FS-N11CP
1 output
1 input
FS-N12CN
FS-N12CP
1 output
1 input
e-CON connector*1
Expansion unit
Main unit
(with output cable)
(with output cable)
FS-N13CP
2 output
-
FS-N14CP
2 output
-
(without output cable)
FS-N11MN
1 output
1 output
-
FS-N10
N/A*2
-
1 to 5 V voltage output; load resistance 10 kΩ or more; repeat precision ± 0.5% of F.S.; 1 ms response time (HIGH SPEED, FINE, TURBO)*4
Monitor output*3
External input
input time 2 ms (ON)/20 ms (OFF) or more*5
Up to 16 units can be connected (total of 17 units including the main unit). Note that the two-output type is counted as two units.
Protection against reverse power connection, output overcurrent, and output surge
Expansion Units
Protection circuit
Number of interference
prevention units
Rating
Power voltage
0 for HIGH SPEED; 4 for FINE; 8 for TURBO/SUPER/ULTRA/MEGA (When set to double, the number of interference-prevention units will be doubled.)
12 to 24 V DC ± 10% ripple (P-P) 10% or less
NPN
Normal:900 mW or less (36 mA max. at 24 V, 48 mA max. at 12 V)*6
Eco on mode:800 mW or less (32 mA max. at 24 V, 39 mA max. at 12 V)*6
Eco Full mode:470 mW or less (19 mA max. at 24 V, 23 mA max. at 12 V)
PNP
Normal
: 950 mW or less (39 mA max. at 24 V, 52 mA max. at 12 V)*6
Eco on mode
: 850 mW or less (35 mA max. at 24 V, 44 mA max. at 12 V)*6
Eco Full mode
: 520 mW or less (21 mA max. at 24 V, 26 mA max. at 12 V)
Environme Operating ambient
ntal
luminance
resistance Operating ambient
temperature
Operating ambient
humidity
Vibration
resistance
Shock resistance
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
(with output cable)
FS-N11EN FS-N12EN
FS-N13N
FS-N14N
FS-N13P
FS-N14P
1 output
1 output
2 output
2 output
1 input
1 input
1 input
1 input
Red 4-element LED (wavelength 630 nm)
50 μs (HIGH SPEED)/250 μs (FINE)/500 μs (TURBO)/1 ms (SUPER)/4 ms (ULTRA)/16 ms (MEGA)
Light-ON/dark-ON toggle
Timer OFF, OFF delay, ON delay, One-shot
NPN open collector 24 V; 1 output max: 100 mA or less; 2 output total:
100 mA or less (used stand-alone)/20 mA or less (multiple connections); residual voltage 1 V or less
PNP open collector 24 V; 1 output max: 100 mA or less; 2 output total:
100 mA or less (used stand-alone)/20 mA or less (multiple connections); residual voltage 1 V or less
Output toggle
Timer function
Control
NPN output
output
PNP output
Case material
Case dimensions
Weight
High functionality 2 output
Monitor output
0-line
Cable
Cable
M8 connector*1
Expansion unit
Expansion unit
Main unit Expansion unit Main unit
Main unit
Normal
: 1050 mW or less (42 mA max. at 24 V,
56 mA max. at 12 V)*6
Eco on mode
: 950 mW or less (38 mA max. at 24 V,
47 mA max. at 12 V)*6
-
Eco Full mode : 600 mW or less (24 mA max. at 24 V,
29 mA max. at 12 V)
Incandescent lamp: 20,000 lx or less; Sunlight: 30,000 lx or less
-20 to +55 °
C (no freezing)*7
35 to 85% RH (no condensation)
10 to 55 Hz Compound amplitude 1.5 mm, 2 hours for each of X,Y,Z axis
Approx 75g
Approx 45g
Approx 22g
500 m/s2 3 times for each of X,Y,Z axis
Both main unit and expansion unit housing material: Polycarbonate
H30.3mm x W9.8mm x L71.8mm
Approx 22g Approx 22g Approx 22g Approx 80g Approx 70g Approx 22g
Approx 22g
Approx 75g
Approx 20g
Use a cable length of 30 m or less for M8 connector and e-CON connector types.
Counted as 1 output when connecting with the network unit NU Series.
FS-N11MN only
SUPER : 1.2 ms, ULTRA : 1.8ms, MEGA : 4.2 ms
Input time is 25 ms (ON)/25 ms (OFF) only when external calibration input is selected.
Increases 100 mW (4.0 mA) for High Speed mode
One or two more units connected: -20 to +55 °
C; 3 to 10 more units connected: -20 to +50°
C; 11 to 16 more units connected: -20 to +45°
C. When using 2-outputs, one unit is counted as two units.
All temperature regulations are for when the unit is mounted on a DIN rail and installed on metal sheeting.
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