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[. . . ] While teaching had to be performed for each Amplifier separately, it can now be performed for several Amplifiers at once using the Mobile Console. Group teaching Differences in incident light avoided by group zero-reset. The incident levels of several amplifiers can be batchreset to zero by the group zero-reset. This feature is useful for reducing differences between the amplifiers. Incident level and threshold can be displayed simultaneously. New Concept Patent pending Function indicator Channel settings Incident level monitor Threshold display Sensor head flashing during Amplifier operation Alternatively, the amplifier channel can be displayed. If the amplifier being operated is away from the sensor head, the sensor head can be flashed or the amplifier channel can be displayed. 5ch 4ch 3ch 2ch 1ch Operation keys Battery monitor Head Optical communications A-420 Advanced Photoelectric Sensors Ordering Information Amplifier units Prewired Item Standard models Monitor-output models Mark-detecting models (Blue LED) Mark-detecting models (Green LED) Infrared models Differential output type Shape Control output ON/OFF output ·ON/OFF output ·Monitor output Model NPN output E3X-DA11-N E3X-DA21-N E3X-DAB11-N E3X-DAG11-N E3X-DAH11-N E3X-DA11D PNP output E3X-DA41-N E3X-DA51-N E3X-DAB41-N E3X-DAG41-N E3X-DAH41-N --E3X-DA-N Water-resistant models ON/OFF output E3X-DA11V E3X-DA41V Twin-output models E3X-DA11TW E3X-DA41TW Connector type Item Shape Applicable Connector (order separately) Master Standard models Slave Master Monitor-output models Slave Mark-detecting models (Blue LED) Mark-detecting models (Green LED) Infrared models Slave Differential output type Master Slave E3X-CN12 E3X-CN11 E3X-CN12 E3X-DA6D ON/OFF output --Master Slave Master Slave Master E3X-CN22 E3X-CN11 E3X-DAB6 E3X-CN12 E3X-CN11 E3X-DAG6 E3X-CN12 E3X-CN11 E3X-DAH6 E3X-DAH8 E3X-DAG8 E3X-DAB8 E3X-CN12 E3X-CN21 E3X-CN11 ON/OFF output E3X-DA6 E3X-DA8 Control output Model NPN output PNP output ·ON/OFF output ·Monitor-output E3X-DA7 E3X-DA9 Water-resistant models (M8 Connector) XS3F-M421-40#-A XS3F-M422-40#-A E3X-DA14V E3X-DA44V Master Twin-output models Slave E3X-CN21 E3X-DA6TW E3X-CN22 E3X-DA8TW E3X-DA-N A-421 Amplifier units Connectors (Order Separately) Note: Stickers for Connectors are included as accessories. Item Master connector 2m Slave connector 1 2 E3X-CN12 E3X-CN22 Shape Cable length No. [. . . ] Use to select SET, ADJ, or RUN mode. Operation Indicator (orange) Channel-selection Switc ON when output is ON. Mode Selector Use to select SET, ADJ, or RUN mode. E3X-DA-N A-429 E3X-DA-N Repeated accuracy vs. sensing distance Reflective model E32-DC200 Operation General 1 Changing the Display (RUN Mode) 2 Zero-reset (RUN Mode) Set the mode selector to RUN . RUN Digital incident level (4000 max. ) Set the mode selector to RUN . RUN Digital incident level (4000 max. ) (Factory-set to RUN) TEACH MODE 2s * To reset to zero again: TEACH 1s 1s Digital Percent To return the initial digital incident level: TEACH MODE Hold down both for 3 s. Note: There is no limit on the number of times zero-reset can be used. MODE 2s Analog incident level and threshold 3 Initial Reset (SET Mode) Set the mode selector to SET . SET MODE 2s TEACH MODE @ Manual Tuning (Fine Sensitivity Adjustment) in ADJ Mode Perform fine sensitivity adjustment after teaching and manual tuning (without using the teaching function) in the way shown below: Twin-output Models Select the channel to be adjusted using the channel selection switch. CH1 CH2 Hold down both for 5 s. TEACH MODE MODE Cancel Fine sensitivity adjustment TEACH MODE Execute initial reset Set the mode selector to ADJ . ADJ Sensitivity increment with threshold decrement Sensitivity decrement with threshold increment The items displayed in ADJ mode vary with the display setting in RUN mode. RUN mode Digital incident level Digital percent Analog value ADJ mode Digital threshold Digital Percent Analog value A-430 Advanced Photoelectric Sensors 4 Setting Functions in SET Mode Set the mode selector to SET . SET TEACH Digital incident level display There are four different sensitivity settings. Refer to page AB- for details. MODE 2s Sensing function Displayed as "F". Monitor Focus Standard (factory-set) TEACH Available with: E3X-DA21-N E3X-DA51-N E3X-DA7 E3X-DA9 (B) Super-long distance TEACH (A) MODE 2s Super-high speed TEACH MODE Setting upper Alternates between limit for monitoring "A-UP" and setting value. (Factory setting) Alternates 2s Timer function 0 (Factory-set) Displayed as "t". TEACH In units of 100 from 4, 000 Alternates TEACH Adjustable in 1-ms units for 0 to 20 ms and in 5-ms units for higher. TEACH 200 TEACH Alternates MODE 2s Flashing setting OFF (factory-set) Displayed as "L". TEACH Alternates TEACH TEACH ON TEACH MODE MODE Note: It is not possible to set an upper limit that is lower than the lower limit. 2s Hold setting OFF (factory-set) Displayed as "H". Setting lower Alternates between limit for monitoring "A-LO" and setting value. (Factory setting) TEACH Alternates TEACH Peak TEACH In units of 100 from 0 Alternates Bottom TEACH MODE TEACH Alternates 2s Display orientation setting Reversing display TEACH Standard (factory-set) TEACH TEACH Alternates Reverse (B) (A) TEACH Note: It is not possible to set an lower limit that is lower than the upper limit. E3X-DA-N A-431 E3X-DA-N Twin-output models 4 Setting Functions in SET Mode Set the mode selector to SET . SET TEACH Digital incident level display There are four different sensitivity settings. Refer to page AB- for details. (B) Setting the operating mode Changing the operating mode (A) The operating mode for the channel set with the channel-selection switch can be changed. Changed using the channel-selection switch CH1 CH2 MODE 2s Timer function 0 (Factory-set) Displayed as "t". Channel 1 Channel 2 TEACH Adjustable in 1-ms units for 0 to 20 ms and in 5-ms units for higher. L ON (Factory setting) TEACH L ON (Factory setting) TEACH MODE 200 TEACH 2s D ON D ON Flashing setting OFF (Factory-set) Displayed as "L". MODE 2s Sensing function Displayed as "F". ON TEACH Standard (factory-set) TEACH MODE TEACH 2s Hold setting OFF (Factory-set) Displayed as "H". Super-long distance TEACH TEACH Super-high speed TEACH Peak TEACH Area TEACH (B) (A) MODE Bottom TEACH @ Area Sensing Area sensing is possible using the threshold values for channels 1 and 2. · If channel 1 is set to L/ON, output turns ON when the incident level is between the thresholds. · If channel 1 is set to D/ON, output turns OFF when the incident level is between the thresholds. (Control output 2 is always OFF. ) 2s Display orientation setting Reversing display Standard (Factory-set) TEACH Reverse TEACH A-432 Advanced Photoelectric Sensors General E3X-DA-N When teaching is performed (SET mode) · The four types of teaching given below are available. · Once setting is made, operation is performed in the preset status thereafter. Restart setting from the beginning. Twin-output models only Select the channel to be adjusted using the channel selection switch. CH1 Set the mode selector to SET CH2 . SET Maximum Sensitivity Setting Procedure Two-point With/Without-object Teaching Operation Procedure SET Operation Set the mode selector to SET. SET 1 2 Set the mode selector to SET. Set to RUN mode. 1 TEACH 3s (red) 2 With the work present, press the SET button once (about 1 s). Object 3 TEACH 1s (green) 3 The level indicators are lit red. (red) 4 RUN One-point without-object teaching Procedure Operation Set the mode selector to SET. SET 4 If no work is pending, press the SET button once (about 1 s). TEACH 1 1s 5 2 Press the SET button once (about 1 s). TEACH 6 1s Setting is completed when the green indicators are turned ON. Set to RUN mode. (green) RUN Note: With and without work may be in any order. 3 Setting is completed when the red level indicators are turned ON. Set to RUN mode. RUN Pin-point teaching (for positioning) (red) Procedure Operation Set the mode selector to SET. SET 1 4 2 5 The threshold is automatically set with the object. Output Object If no work is pending, press the SET button once (about 1 s). TEACH 1s ON 3 The level indicators are lit red. (red) Note: If one-point teaching is not available because the difference in level is too fine, try two-point teaching. Operation Mode Selector Operating mode Light ON Dark ON L ON D ON L 4 Operation (Factory-set) D Place the object in the desired position, and press the TEACH button for 3 seconds min. Object TEACH 3s There is no operation mode selector for twin-output models. 5 Setting is completed when the green indicators are turned ON. (Red indicators start flashing if setting is not OK. ) Set to RUN mode. RUN (green) 6 E3X-DA-N A-433 Precautions Correct Use Amplifier units Design Power ON The sensor is ready to sense an object within 200 ms after turning the power ON. If the load and sensor are connected to different power supplies, always turn on the sensor power first. Adjustment Mutual interference prevention function The digital display value may vary due to the light from the other sensor. In that case, low the sensitivity (raise the threshold) to stabilize detection. EEPROM Write Error If a write error occurs (operation indicator starts flashing) due to power-off, static electricity or other noise in the teaching mode, perform teaching again. [. . . ] 31. 5 1. 5 Dimensions with Slave Connector Connected 71 67. 5 64. 3 E3X-CN12: 2. 6 dia. 31. 5 1. 5 17. 45 11. 55 12. 95 12. 95 1. 8 5. 1 3. 9 4 10 1. 8 5. 1 3. 9 3 4. 8 4 10 E3X-DA-N A-437 E3X-DA-N Amplifier units with Cables, Twin-output Models E3X-DA11TW E3X-DA41TW With Mounting Blanket Attached 17. 15 13. 05 4. 9 x 3 = 14. 7 Incident level display Threshold level display (A) * 1 Amplifier Units M8 Connectors, Water-resistant Models E3X-DA14V * The Mounting Bracket can also be on side A. E3X-DA44V With Mounting Bracket Attached 30. 05 25. 95 4. 9 x 3 = 14. 7 Incident level display Threshold level display Operation Indicator 81. 5 Two, 2. 4 dia. 12 6. 9 40 (A) * 1 2. 8 M8 8 33 9. 9 10. 7 11. 2 3. 9 3. 4 4. 3 11. 5 23. 9 14. 4 16 37 67. 2 16 3. 4 5. 4 Hole for optical communications 11 23. 9 Two, M3 Mounting Bracket (E39-L148), Sold separately SUS304 stainless steel 16 5. 4 3. 4 Amplifier units with Standard Connectors, Twin-output Models E3X-DA6TW E3X-DA8TW Threshold level display Operation Indicator Incident level display 13. 05 17. 15 10 3 Two, 2. 4 dia. 4. 9 x 3 = 14. 7 64. 3 8 9. 9 10. 7 3. 4 1. 8 13 5. 1 3. 9 1. 7 4. 2 1. 8 38. 6 36. 7 Hole for optical communications 31. 5 14 5. 5 6. 2 1. 7 Dimensions with Master Connector Connected 71 67. 5 64. 3 Dimensions with Slave Connector Connected 71 67. 5 64. 3 E3X-CN21: 4. 0 dia. [. . . ]

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