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OITIROI'I. Color Registration Mark: Incandescent E3ML Color Registration Mark Sensor Offers High-Speed Detection I 20 microsecond response time ideal for printing and packaging equipment I 99-step sensitivity adjustment and incan- descent light source assure accurate detection of minute color differences I Fiber-optic versions available for sensing in confined spaces I Optional filters improve detection of certain colors Photoelectric Sensms Ordering information I SENSORS Method 0' detection DlWUSE reflective Fiber-optic Senstng distance 5 mm; 6 to 10 mm 20 mm; ‘5 i0 24 mm See Ftber»0ptic Games (0.30 in: 0.24 to 0.39 in) (0.79 in; 0.6310 094 in) below Part number NPN output E3ML~M9E4-G E3ML-52E4-G E3ML-X544; PNP output scam-mares E3ML-SZF4-G E3ML-XE“; I FIBER-OPTIC CABLES Method at detection Throughrbeam Dilluse tettecttve Sensing distance 10 mm: 0 ‘0 '0 mm 0.5 mm; 0.2 m 2 mm 1.2 mm: 0.5 to 4 mm to as in; o to o 39 in) (0.02 tn; 0.003 to o 03 mt to 05 in; o 02 to o 15 m) Descripilon Straight cable Bendable probe Straight cable so cm (1.54 it) with 1.5 mm dia. x 80 mm L so cm (‘64 up with M4 threaded head (0 059 X 3 15 in) M4 threaded head Requlved sensor E3ML-XE4-G ov E3ML-XF4-G Pan number saz-Tasa i E32—DBB i E32-D550 A-37B
omRon E3ML E3ML I ACCESORIES Description Part number Controller Provides power source tor lamp and ewrtcn circuit; relay and NPN transistor SSM-L10—US«ACIZB outputs; ON-delay. OFF»delay and onershol timrng tunctions; ONIOFF and 3 AND gate logic tuncticns. Includes mounting socket. 9. Color tilters Yellow; improves detection oi green marks on blue backgrounds ESML-ZFI E Orange; improves detection ot red marks on blue backgrounds EaML-ZFZ a Red; improves detection at reo maiks on green heckgroungs E3ML—IF3 :-_‘,~ Mounting track DIN rail, 50 cm (1.64 tr) lengtn PFP-SON g ‘0' °°""°"9' 5mm DIN rail, 1 m (3.28 in length PFP-1DON 3 End plate PFF-M 5 I REPLACEMENT PARTS Description Part number incandescent tignt bulb Filamenl perpendicular to bulb axle Q E3ML-ZLB (optional bulb) Fl‘lamsnl parallel to bulb axis Q ESML-ZLA (supplied With all E3ML sensorsl Desiocator cell Prevents moisture trorn collecting rnsice tne sensor E3ML-ZK Lens Fol EaML-Msm-e sensors, 8 mm EallllL-zttma For EaML-sznrt—G sensors, 20 mm zaML-znsz Socket For SaM-Llo-US-Aclzo controller (supplier: will'l controller) ”PFA Relay For saMitous-Acteo controller (supplied witn mnlrollei) azn-t-s-ncu A-379
Photoelectric Sensnrs A-SSD E3ML OITIROI'I E3ML Specifications I SENSORS Sensor pan number E3ML-M8UA-G EBML-SZEA-G EaML-Xm-G Fiber-opllc pan number 7 — E32-TB50 E32—DB8 E32-DB50 Meluod bl delecllon Dllluse rellec1rve Sepavale Difluse relleeuva Supply 1 Crrcul1sec1ion 10 lo 30 VDC Wage Lamp seelron 45 VAC Power , Clrcull secilon 40 mA max “ms“mp‘mr‘ Lamp seol1on 3 5 VA Sensrng dls|ance Bmm1610 20 mm. 1010 10 mm:010 0.5 mm, 0.2 12mm;05 10 mm 10.31 in; 24 mm 10.73 rn; 10 mm 1039 in, lo 2 mm 10 02 in: lo 4 mm 10 05 ln: 0.2410039 rnl 0.6310034 rn) omoae m) 0.00810008ln) 0 0210015ml nghl souroe lnoandescem bulb Mrnrrnurrr de1eclable malk 1.5 x 4 mm o 5 x 0 mm 1 mm 10.04 in) 0 3 x 1.0 mm 0.3 x 3.2 rnrn 1black mark on wnl1e paper] 10.06 x 0.16 ml 10.02 x 0 24 ml square (0.01:1 0.06 m) 10.01 x 0.13 ml Deleclable omen 1ype Marks on dillerenl backgrounds Opaque ma1erials Marks on drllerem backgrounds Operalron mode ngm-ON/Dark-ON, swrlcrr selectable Sensmvll Adjustable Mulual inlerlerenee pro1eo1ron No1 pmmded Cbmrol DC Type NFN-SPST open oblleolor wllrr pull»up 153Ml-L ou1pul Solld- PNPVSPST open colleclor Wlln puli»down (EaML-l 5““: Max load so mA Max onrslale 1 VDC ubl1age drop Response On 20 ps max. llme 011 20 us max Repea1 response lreqoency 10 kHz Crrcur1 Oulpul shon- Plovlded pro1eo1ron orrcull Dc power Frovlded supply reverse pclanly lndrcalors Lrgnl lnerdem (red LED) _ Fiber cable styis 7 Siralghi 7 s1raign1 Fiber cable leng1lr 7 - 50 cm 11 97 ln) 7 50 em 11 97 m) Sensmg head 7 M41rlreaded Probe Wlih 1 5 mm M4 lbreaded head 10 06 lrrl dla. head x 80 mm 13 15 ln) slarnless s1eel lube Max. llber bendlng radlus 7 5 mm 10 2 m) I 10 mm 10 4 ml 5 mm 10.2 in) Fiber 1rlarnen1 7 Pias‘lc Malerrals Lens Glass 7 Case Me1al. drecas1 mo ‘7 Cable sneam Plaslrc , fl 4 Mounlrng Slde surlace wrln lwcl M5 1nreaded holes: 1ron1 sur1ace wrln lour M5 lnreaded nbles Connecllons i Prewrred Baconducmr cable. 4 rn 113,1211) lengln Welgm 600 g 11 32 lbs) wrln elecmcai cable sensor i UL 7 enc'usm | NEMA 1 4,4x. 12 raungs i IEC 144 IP67 .1 Ambrem Operalrng Flber 7 .25“ 1o 70°C -25° lo 10031: 59 1o 70°C temperar cable 1713°lo1553l=1 (713° 1a 212*) l o 212°F) “"9 Sensor 710° lb 55°C11431o131°Fl s1orage Fiber 7 25/ lo 70‘s 25” lo 100m 25“ lo 70°C cable , 1~13°1o 150:9 143° 10 212cm 1713°lo 212°Fi i Sensor 725° 1o 70~c 1713010 1533;)
E3ML omnon E3ML I CONTROLLER Part number 53M»LIO—US-AC120 Supply voltage 120 VAC, scion Hz Power consumption to VA max. ; Onward DC Voltage t2 VDC 2- P°W5UDW Current 100 mA max. 5 snort-circuit protection Framed 5, AC Voltage 4.5 VAC 5‘ Current 0,73 A max. g Shortclroult protection Not provided 3 input Number or inputs Three InouL gate and latotr reset 9. signal Flequire Input type NPN open collector or NPN with current output "’ Signal voltage level High 4 to t2 VDC (positive polarity) LOW 0 t0 ‘ VDC Minimum required r ms (wtien usmg at to r second time delay) input time 2 ms (when using 1 to to second time delay) Input impedance Approx 4.7 kn Logic iunclions ON/OFF. AND (gate input), Latcn Control Contact Type SPDT, with 62R»! rzsrvrusocrz (included) W‘W‘ Max. load 3k 220 VAC (pi = i) Mintoad 10mA,5VDC DC solid- Type NPN witli pull-(19017 xsr output Impedance) Stale Max load so mA Response On Contact output is ms max, ""‘9 DC solidvslate output 20 is max oil Contact output 15 ms max. DC solid-stale output 20 ps max Timing iunolions Type Normal. ON-delay. OFF-delay one-shot or latcti: swrtcri selectable Range 0 1 to 1 second or 1 to 10 seconds, SWIlCh selectable Lamp ournout alarm Type NPN open collector writi pull-up (4 7 Kn output impedance) Max, load 51) mA inoicators Power On (red), Output Operation (red) Materials Case Plastic Mounting Controller Requires NPFA socket ((noluded) Controller socket DIN track or bottom surlace Wllh two through holes Connections Plated steel terminal screws on socket Weight 650 9 (1,43 lbs) including socket Enclosure UL t ratings NEMA ‘ IEC 144 IP22 Approvals UL Recognized, File Number E41515 CSA Certilied, File Number LR46463 Amhlent Operating >10°1055°C (14°10 131 °F) temperature Storage —25° to 70°C (-13” to 153°F) A-SBl
PhoIaelecIric Sensors A7382 E3ML ,ow Connections E3ML ugnmuIn ”me uIIm 5 mm mm) Sunsmmm m ommmmmm mm InnuIIANDInuIcI I" I r'fi I I Green r____‘ s 7 I I—-I I IzovAC ”we MW ‘ I : I ‘5 " I I I I Red I I I l m cm I2 we I I : : I I I L; I I ShIeId _ _ .I I I '{Y 1' I NO I II 5 Wm ' ‘4/ If "W“ I ,4 EEML Sensor 5'. a: I , \ I, m; ova: Iza‘k III I I I I mm I I I z Inpm z . -1 l WP“ IanII a I I J I I I I I I ‘I L A I l I L J 53M Cor‘IroIIeY I —/.—I mm mm Ian Sensor Operation I OUTPUT CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS NPN oulpm (E3ML—D DEA-G) r """""""" 1 I A m ‘ y .Io (a so vac ‘ VI I J (way, my mv mam : MaIn JIM-I mm I cI’rcuII # {ennui v1 voflage quw ‘ ‘ may rm}: (source) ‘ mm a V L ___________ f I TIMING CHARTS NPN aquuI (EJMLJj r E4-G) Present Mark Absent } : I " IndIcaIer OFF I I I l I I | transisIor OFF { I I I I | | I Load 0N (relayv sink) OFFM I I (source) ov PNP outpul (E3ML-E DF4-G) F —I I A m I r ‘I no In 3.: we I V I I I Mam —( w,“ :an I {Wm : CIrcu'II \N- AW. Wu ' T I ' laxfl may. mm) . ABM o V I_,,,,,,______T PNP output (ESML-J GPA-G) W‘w Absent Mark I I I I ‘d. i ON I I I n m °r OFF—M— I I I I I I l I mp“ 0N _I:L_.I:L_ IransIsIor OFF ‘ I J I l I I I Load 0N (reIayv source) OWE—J:—
E3ML I THEORY OF SENSOR OPERATION All models olthe EGML color mark sensor utilize a replaceable incandescent light bulb to provide a detection light beam and a sample light beam. This specially designed light bulb requires a highly stable 4.5 VAC power supply lor proper operation, A SSM-Lt O-US-ACt 20 sensor controller is recommended because it has a built~ln 45 VAC power supply especially designed lor the 53m sensor The detection light beam ls locused on the detectable obiect through the sensor lens. The light reflected tmm the detectable obiect passes through the same lens and is then locused onto one oi the two internal light-receiving photodiodes. The sample Ilght beam Is Internally directed to the second ot the light receiving photodiodes Sensmvllv adiustmeiti knob ‘0 l ugh sale I t torn lmnvtlmnl Samvlallg’tl a WWW Lle more .lamdm (thbdlodl) Delectable mark E3ML The dllterence between the light incident on the two light receiving photoolodes is than amplilied to allow detection ot sl‘lght increases or decreases in the amount at detection light reilected back through the sensor lens, The sensed change in detection light levels will result in an output signal lrom the solldcstate transistor. A built-in desiccator cell prevents moisture lrom collecting in the lens area otthe sensor Forllexibitity in installing ESML models without liber—optlcs, the lens and the desiccator cell positions may be interchanged. This allows the lens to be on the opposlte slde lrcm the controls or on the top ol the unit smsuas alttnalantaud I ADJUSTMENTS Mode Selector Switch The position or the Ltght-ONIDark-ON mode selector switch is chosen based on the light reflective/transmission properties ol the mark being detected, the light rellectlveltransmission properties olthe background. and the desired operation ol the solidstate output signal. The swuch position is changed by removing the plastic snap-lit cover located at the bottom 0! the saw senscrandthen moving the swrtcli to either the Light-0N position (while mark on nouslng) or DarkoN position tblack mark on housing) To turn on the E3ML output transistor and to energize a relaystype load when the mark ls present, the mode selector switch should be positioned according to the rollowlng table Method ol detection Dlfluse reflective Separate Mark and background Mark rellects Mark reflects Mark transmlts Mark transmlts rellectlonltransmlssion more light than less light than more light than less light than conditions the background the background the background the background Mode selector Light-0N Dark-0N Light-0N DarksON swltch Sensltivity Adiustment Knob The sensitivity adiustment knob located on the bottom ol the ESML sensor is used to optimize the sensors ability to detect the mark and the background One complete revolution ol the knob will cause the rotary dial, which is numbered 0 through 9, to increment one number, The sensor‘s internal adjustment mechanism may be damaged ll the knob is turned beyond the n or 9 position on the dial When the knob is turned clockwise the sensitivity at the sensor will increase and the number on the rotary dial will increase, When the knob is turned counterclockwise. the sensttlvlty oltne sensor will decrease andthe numberonthe rotary dlalwlll decrease Use of Filters Three dillerent litters, available as accessories, may be used with the lens type sensors, Filters enhance a sensor‘s ability tor stable operation ln detecting small dillerences in the amount at light rellected lrom the mark and trcm the background. The litters are provided with a ring that allows them to be secured over the outer lens surlace, The graph displays the eilect on the sensor‘s relative sensitivity to colors when using the dilterent tllters. Filter selection should be based on the tollowing combinations or mark and background culovs' Mark color Green tones Red tones Fled tones Background color Blue tones Blue tones Green tones Recommended tlltercolnr Yellow Orange Red Fllter part number ESML-ZFI E3ML~ZF2 ESML—ZFE Without iltier yellow the Orange llltei —- Red lll|er nelailve sensitivity «to sat sun van Wavelength ttngstrcmi A-383
Photoelectric Sensors A-384 E3ML Method of Adjustment Eetnre adjusting the EEML sensor, allow three to ltve minutes oi warrrwp atter the sensor has been energlzed ln applleatrons that requtre the sensorto detect small color dliierences, allow at least GU mlnules 0t warmsup ailer the sensor has been energrzert beiole making adjustments Follow thrs aorustment procedure arter allowmg the sensor the proper warm-up trme t Posttton then tasten the ESML sensor above the corect to be detected, at the rated sensrng orstance 2 Select the appropriate posttron lor the LightsON/Dalk-ON mooe selector swltch @ @‘t o. x.- 3 Turn the sensrtrvrty adlustmenl knob to number 9 posttton on the rotary oral to obtalrt maxlmum sensthvtty 4 When usrng a orltuse rellectrve type sensor. place the color wrth the hrgher rellectance under the Irght spot ernittrng lrom the sensor When ustng the separate type sensor, place the color that transmits the most lrght between me troer-optrc sensrng hearts 5 Turn the sensttryily adyustmenl knob counterclockwtse to reduce the sensttryrty otthe sensor Contrnue reducrng the senstltvtty urrttt the red rnorcotor lrght located on the bottom at the sensor rs no longer rllurnmateo Note the number on the rotary oral and the posrtron ol the adluslment knob tn the lollowrng example. thrs rs shown as oosrtron “A" arm has avalue ol 2 2 turns 6 When ustng a orthrse rellecttye type sensor, Dosttlon the colorwtth the lower reflectance underthe lrgnt spot When ustng the separate type senson place the color that transmits the least light between the sensrng heaos E3ML 7 Increase the sensmwty ot the sensor by turning the senslttvlty aorustment knob clockwise. Conttnue tncreastng the sensrtryrty ontrt the red rnorcator lrght on the bottom ot the sensor ts lllumrnateo Note the number on the rotary dlal and the posttron ot the adlustment knob In the exampte. thrs ls posltlon "B" and has a value at 7 2 turns a Tum the aoyustment knob to the pasttton mtoway between the posltlons “A" and B" ln rhe example. thrs rs shown as postttcn ‘C" and has ayalue 0M 7 turns I ENGINEERING DATA Detection Stability by Malk 'ze The glaph below Shows the detecllon stablllty at a biack mzlk an a white background, usrng the rererence pornts A and B trom the Sensrtryrty Aoyustment section. subtract A trom B to determrne the “turning dllierence" otthe aorustment knub The graater the turnlng dltterence between points A and E, the more Veilabiy the mark can be detected Detection Stability by Sensing Distance The iollowlng graphs show how the oetectroh stabrlrty vanes wrth changes m the sensrng otstance The values were oertveo by usmg the posrhon oi the sensttrvtty adjustlng knob when the operatron rnorcator lllumtnates at the rated detecting dlslahce E3ML—M8UA~G. E3ML—SZE4-G The subsequent data show how much the adlustlng knob shoulrt be turnett clockwrse m order to cause the operatton morcator to rllumrnate at each at the other detectlrtg dtstances EaML-X B 4-6 wrth "her-optics 3 or ‘ I g . smokotwh T: 2, , EaQnBso / e i r ,7, . a i EJML~XF¢wrthEzz-D‘aa ; f eehtsee. o olnzluotllansolnstmlo Mark wrath tmml i i l i i i 3 l Ehrszr l i ‘lA/t ; 9 l ’ e l l > salttxutmmeaaoaso l l /‘ l ‘ l L3 l l a r . ; r . y r a? ‘l a l l 9‘ EaMl Xiowlth annals/J, r i rt 2 t s stalzttrsrtzczzzt oerecnng distance (mml wrthwnrremarpapor ESML-Mal we sensors are extremely sensrtrye to changes rn sensrng dtstance For example. a change or e 2 mm rn the sensrng distance corresponds to a turnrng dtllerence oi " t ” in the Detectron Stabrlrty by Mark Size graph. so marks measurtng more than 0.2 mm rn wldth can be oetecteo a.2 or 05 0.3 Hi It u to to oerecrtho drstance hnm) wrth whrte mat paper However, a 2mm wroe marks cannot be oetecteo at a change oi : 3 mm rn sensrng rtrstance EaM l.»szl.:4 sensors are not as suscepttble to changes tn rtetectrng orstance. as rellecteo m the shallow oetechon curve
E3ML E3ML I SENSOR MAINTENANCE To ensure proper sensor perlomiance, the incandescent light bulb should be replaced alter approximately 3,000 hours or use Light Bulb Replacement Follow these steps to replace the light bulb and its Integral mounting plate; i. De-energlze the sensor, loosen the tour screws at the back oi the sensor and remove the back cover. 2 Insert the tip OI a small "at-blade screw- drivsv into the slot In the llghI bulb mounttng plate and gently slide the plate out. Light bulb 3. Clean the new light bulb with an alcohol» dampened cloth Make sure that there are no lingerprints or grease spots on the surtace 01 the bulb Controller Operation 4 lnstall Ihe new light bulb and mountlng plate by sliding the assembly between the two Spring metal Contact points ugh bulb / mouningpieie 5 Replace the back cover and tighten the tour securing screws with a torque ol 3 kgl-cm (2.6 lflslel Ensure that the rubber gasket has been properly positioned. netiecior nubber/ Bashel 6. Perlorm the prevrously explained sensitivity adyustmerit procedure Lens Cleaning Dirt and toroign matter on the lens surlace should be regularly removed with a soil, Ilntrfree cloth. Desiccator Cell Replacement Each ESML sensor is equipped with a screw»in desiccator cell which absorbs moisture inside the sensor, it is located on top at the sensor A viewing window located at the center at the cell allows the cell to be monitored lor proper operation A properly lunctioning desiccator coll Will be white A blue colored cell is iully spent arid should be replaced with a new cell A reddish colored cell can be reluveriatad- Remove the cell and bake it at 100°C (212°F)Ior l2 hours then reinstallthe cell. I THEORY OF CONTROLLER OPERATION The 53M controller is designed to provlde control lunctions especially lor the ESML sensor: 4 5 vac power source iorthe light bulb I OUTPUT CIRCUIT DIAGRAM soM-Lt OMS-Act 20 in COM i i NO +i2 VDC ‘<>—< w="" an="" “m="" external="" w“="" simply="" 3?="" first:="" life.)="" 0="" l2="" vnr:="" power="" source="" tor="" the="" swttchihg="" circuit="" onioff,="" and,="" latch="" and="" output="" tlming="" logic="" npn="" open="" collector="" solid-state="" arid="" spdt="" relay="" outputs="" eaml="" light="" bulb="" burnout="" alarm="" output="" mm="" (uteri="" .nil="" am="" lime-l="" llama-lit:="" bumwt="" i="" we="" r="" mol'rl="" ¢="" circuit="" w="" lfii‘m="" (5‘="" smsuas="" altlaalaoluud="" a4585="">
Photoelectric Sensors A 386 E3ML I TIMING CHARTS Normal ON/OFF Operation The relay and solid-state outputs oi the SSM controller provide ON/OFF operation when the top two mode selector switches, located on the lace ot the controller, are set OI'IIROI'I In the HON and NORM positions, respectively. The output lrorii the EGML sensor must be connected. as shown in E3ML the connections diagram, to lnput t tterrninal a), lnput 2 (terminal A) must be lett open. Model selector Timing chan switch position Normal GATE ESMLserlsor on ON/OFF ouiPl/l err...J:L_.l:l__ operation H W E L 0“ i i ‘i l FUNC. El NORM. gggjgsww'i‘m" [W Z 7—] ii: men °" i t i i ON. DE [E 0.3.0 (Nmead) [3,“, [E OFF D Cammilar . i i i » nulmtt W (M l i | i l sac. IE to see. Sow-ale mm (M AND Operation The $3M controller prowdes an AND (gate) logic tunction when the top two mode selector switches are set in the L-ON and NORM positions respemlveiy. The output trorn the EaML sensor must he connected to lnput 1 (terminal 5), The second sensor must provide a solid-state NPN open collector output and have its DUIDUI connected to iHDUI 2 (terminal 4), The controller output will operate when the outputs trorn hoth sensors are turned on. Modei seiectal Timing chart switch position WW a. who care it..u:l_£:t_l:l____ WW" Hon mm W. a i i ‘t i i i m Now emu Lew ELATCH Cummilsiapeialioil [oh ' ‘ ‘ ' i ‘ii i ON.D 0.3.0 "m a“ ‘ I I l . H , 0WD Relay [m ‘ ' ‘ ‘ i H l ,550 mm 5:”. WW new High (W) ‘ ' ‘ ' i' H i LatchOperatIon The 53M controller is equipped with a latch lunction that maintains the relay and solid- state outputs in the ON position until an in- dependent reset Signai is received. The latch tuncticn can he used with the EGML sensor alone orwhen using the AND logic tuncticn with ESML and another sensor The sensor(s) must be connected to the controller socket as shown in the connec» tions diagram. An external switch suitable lor switching 12 VDC must also be placed between the Reset Input (terminal a) and 0 VDC ttenninal t2). When using the ESML sensor alone, (he top three rnode selector switches on the comwiler should be set in the L-ON. FUNC. and LATCH positions, respec- tively. Then, when the connection between the Reset input and 0 VDC is closed and the ESML sensor output is turned on. the controller output wtli iatch on The outputs wlll mm 0“ when the connection between the Reset input and 0 VDC is opened. When ustng the 5th sensor and a second sensor in the AND operation mode. the top three mooe selector switches on the controller should be set in the H-ON. FUNC. and LATCH positions, respectiuety. Then, when the connection between the Fleset Input and 0 VDC is closed and the ESML and other sensor outputs are turned on, the controller outputs wiil latch on. The outputs will turn oil when the connection between the Reset input and 0 VDC is opened, with Alli) GATE operation team and H 0" E L 0" another FUNC. E] NORM. sense!) E] LATCH ON. DE E asst: [E OFFD 1 sec \E in sec. Laiclt iesei signal ‘ tieriniaais 342i , Contralier operation W i indicator i Model selector Timing chart swttch position Latch operation Esxhsensm [alma— i Second sensm UN l oaieouioui sew i i i i i t i i [:7 mm mm fialaY ‘ ‘ ' I : ‘ comic «to whim) W gm.— outpfll 0“ i t t I I I High (w) ‘ V l I l V Sailorslole Law (KM
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Photoelectric Sensors A4388 E3ML E3ML Model selector Timing chart swttch position One-Shot 4 a t. Wllh E3ML GATE Em. "amp I: D ID 1:" sensor HON IE] L W W e e r we alone FUNO. [E NORM. (intervene. [3; (:1 [:1 :1 E LATCH W i 1 1 i i i cubE El 05.0 km (ts-mo.) [WW E OFF 0 W [we '[3‘ 1:1 'l_—_i La-(DV) ‘ SEQ E 10 SEC' r5. owe—mt WM at is! .u tr! (a lo m, we mum. One-Shot With AND m a“ A. (H‘ operation GATE Mom-view (EGMLand h ON 5| L oN “lump ‘ ' ‘ anoihei FUNQ 1:] W. w_[:[.:::l____ sense" NORM We e W l l‘“ E! wort [m_l_::l_l:l___ 0N D E 050 m a" i i i t \i:| own who, ”2““) “W W MW, r , . i SEC. E 10 SEC, mm" [WM _E I IL E. Wm M. ..,1 .e a m ..e We.” I CONTROLLER MAINYENANCE Relay Replacemenl The 53M controller uses a leplaceable SPDT relay. Follow this procedure to replace the relay: 1 Remove the controller lrom its socket 2 Remove the light gray controller cover by ltrst inserting lrorn the bottom a small Hat-blade screwdriver mto the two slots between the black base and the cover. Then, while holdlng the cover In one hand, push on the lace oi the controller Dimensions wlth the other hand, sltolngthe controller 0u| Oi the Cove! 3 The output relay is iacaled on the same slde as the time adlus1ment knob Remove the relay by movmg the top ot the single hold-down clip to the side and then removlng the old relay, 4 Install the new relay, slldethe cover over the controller until the delenls catch, and ve-instali the controller mm the socket. Unit mm I SENSORS E3ML—M8D4-G Foul M5 mmmimg 5 mm dwth 4.2 Mountlng holes Deslccalmcell Side mounting see a m tut 23 3‘s 1.! A 23 in: 23 Fwnl mounting 4 - 5.5 .3 F“? Paul M5 a 1:11 mummy holes 5 mm depllt - zl in 2 More Lens heao aha aesmtcr cell can be .hsrallea at elmel Side a or side a lucanorl Lsns head so: A aetrom covet
E3ML °"‘“°" E3ML ESMLvSZL' A—G Demccéloice“ Muuming hula; 29.2 23/ SM Side mounting 3.3 4.! 27 as 28 75 28oz i | ens war Side A ‘3 From mounting smsuas aiiiaawainud FgurMs 4—455 momma Four M5 ’5‘“: m 55 manning mm m m Wes amcovnv 5,“ m” 28:“ - i NOYE Lensheauanodesmcsiovceil can be iiislaHed ai eilhev sine on 5m u \ncarmn , '2‘2E2~ EaML-Xi' 14-6 with E32-DBB fiber-optic probe Mounting holes Demo Side mounting [~30 MT” 155 23: m 2- ‘55 i i 415 17 i 23.3 22.5 M 5’“: (1m m ea ¢* ¢ iov-mmnviic pvoh‘: cannecrion 282122 i 28:02 From mounting i 3 4— 5.5 Four M5 an, MS mm 2| ‘02 . 3322"" 58 \‘rjmes 730 5 5 mm gepzn aoziom Lovev 3 W" “99'" 221101 i } '21s: A E3ML-XJ4-G wiKh 532-0550 diffuse reflective type fiber-optic cable Lens mu Mounting ho|es rm Qiher optic sme mounting Laaecomvfnim‘ Dflmwm 2‘ 15.5 [723—— 13 4.1 45.5 L ‘ I 35.5 l 223 ¢ 1 76 n. n xa mi : 28:01 mununinqgnms 23] n 7 6 mm W fi—L mass nus Fvonl mauming Q7] ‘3 4 - ‘55 . mmm n _ a 7 mowing T 2| 70? "mes! 9 58 holes k30.5~ 5 mm depm E' mm mm 23:“ , Emlom saver l —2| :nz—l A-389
E3ML °‘“R°" E3ML E3ML—XD4—G with E32-TBSD separate type fiber-optic cable Mounting holes ” 5m 2‘ u;s.cmmeu Slde mounting *— 23. fl 3'1“] 2~M4xc.5 ‘5 . ‘ 3’s 0.1 245.5 a ‘ a 3'2 2 ‘s , 3 f E l ‘5 s 22.5 23:“ . n5 'E 42.5 42,2 / l ,5 a WWW WWW M2 _ w maunlmgnuls‘ Nbevophc E 5 mm was came connechan k 6 across Ilau ‘5 L u .3 = 5' mm” . mm =- mums a F W :1 m nm ,-,5 ~52; E W W 3 Panama m n ’" V' mnummg _‘ 5 mdepl hobs 5mmdevm um ‘ H23 I CONTROLLER S3M-L10-US-AC120 7 T j— J— Mounting holes us 3 _ L—-—som._. M m m fl a 5 mm ma moummu hmes as Nova mm mm \ssupphed m we cnnlvollev A-390
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