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Barriere di misura - DS2

DS2

SENSORS
Barriere fotoelettriche di rilevazione e misura AREAscan™
con interfaccia seriale o Ethernet
• Risoluzione 6 o 25 mm

• Precisione di misura relativa di ±6 mm o ±22,5 mm.

• Altezze controllate da 150 a 1650 mm

• Distanza operativa fino a 10 m

• Uscita PNP e analogica da 0-10 V e interfaccia RS485 o Ethernet

APPLICAZIONI
-Macchine di lavorazione e confezionamento
-Alimentare, Cosmetica e Farmaceutica
-Assemblaggio di componenti elettronici e meccanici
-Linee di trasporto e sistemi di selezione

DS2
Barriera di misura (altezza controllata) 150…1650 mm
Risoluzione 6…25 mm
21…231 (ris= 6mm)
Numero di raggi
6…66 (ris= 25mm)
Emissione luminosa LED IR
Tempo di risposta 5…90 ms
Interfaccia seriale RS485 o Ethernet
Dip-switch
Impostazione
Interfaccia grafica
0,3…5 m (ris= 6mm)
Distanza operativa
0,3…10 m (ris=25mm)
Vcc 24 Vdc +/- 20%
Alimentazione Vca
Vca/cc
PNP •
NPN
Tipo di uscita NPN/PNP
relè
altro Uscita analogica 0…10 V
cavo
Collegamento connettore •
pig-tail
Dimensioni indicative (mm) 35x40x(256…1726)
Materiale contenitore alluminio
Protezione meccanica IP65

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DATI TECNICI
Alimentazione 24 Vcc ± 20%
Assorbimento unità di trasmissione (TX) 250 mA max. escluso carico
Emissione
Instruction Manual luminosa DS2 Ethernet LED IR 880 nm
Tipo di uscita PNP; uscita analogica
Corrente di uscita 100 mA
11. LISTTensione di saturazione MODELS
OF AVAILABLE 1,5 V max.
Collegamento connettore M12 4 poli (TX), connettore a vaschetta (tipo D) M12 8 poli e M12 4 poli (RX)
Rigidità dielettrica h1 500 Vca, 1 min. tra parti elettroniche e contenitore
Optics interaxis Length of N°.
Resistenza
Modeld’isolamento (mm) controlled area
a x b (mm) h (mm) >20 MΩ,
beams500 Vcc tra parti elettroniche e contenitore
Protezione elettrica (mm) classe I
DS2-05-07-060-JE 6.75 588 35 x 40 697 84
Protezione meccanica IP65 (EN 60529)
DS2-05-07-075-JE 6.75 735 35 x 40 844 105 frequenza 10 … 55 Hz, per ogni asse (EN60068-2-6)
Vibrazioni Ampiezza 0.5 mm,
DS2-05-07-090-JE 6.75 882 35 x 40 991
Resistenza agli urti 11 ms126(30 G) 6 shock per ogni asse (EN60068-2-27)
DS2-05-07-120-JE 6.75 35 x 40
Materiale contenitore 1176 1285 168 vercniciato (Pulverit 5121/0085 nero)
alluminio
DS2-05-07-150-JE 6.75 35 x 40
Materiale lenti 1470 1579 210 PMMA
DS2-05-07-165-JE 6.75 35 x 40
Temperatura di funzionamento 1617 1726 231 0 … 50 °C
Temperatura di immagazzinamento -25...70°C
Peso 1,9 - 4,6 kg

12. OVERALL DIMENSIONS


DIMENSIONI
All the values are in mm.
AxB H C D
MODEL (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
DS2-05-07-015-XX 35 x 40 256 23.8 72.5
DS2-05-07-030-XX 35 x 40 403 23.8 72.5
ANALOGUE OUT
DS2-05-07-045-XX 35 x 40 550 23.8 72.5
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DS2-05-07-060-XX 35 x 40 697 23.8 ANALOGUE
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DS2-05-07-090-XX 35 x 40 991 23.8 72.5
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measuremen m
DS2-05-07-120-XX 35 x 40 1285 23.8 72.5
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through an 8OUTPUT poles male M12 RX- “Communication RX+
protocol” section of the user manual.
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CONNETTORE at least one
M12
connector beam
and a 4ispoles
- VERSIONE interrupted
receiver and a ETHERNET
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Barriere di misura - DS2
INDICATORI E IMPOSTAZIONI

ESEMPI DI MODALITÀ DI RILEVAZIONE


Altre applicazioni:
• Misurazione dell’altezza degli oggetti (montaggio verticale);
• Misurazione della larghezza degli oggetti (montaggio orizzontale);
• Misurazione della distanza degli oggetti (montaggio orizzontale);
• Misurazione del volume degli oggetti (combinazione verticale e orizzontale);
• Rilevazione presenza oggetti singoli o multipli e/o posizione in zona predefinita;
• Rilevazione etichetta mancante su corsie multiple;
• Posizionamento cassettiere per magazzino verticali;
• Profilatura scatole o altri oggetti su trasportatori;
• Guida secondo i bordi del nastro o la mezzeria;
RILEVAZIONE E MISURAZIONE DELL’ALTEZZA
MODALITÀ DI RILEVAZIONE (TEACH-IN)
• Cartonatrici, impilatori e palletizzatori.
O PROFILO DI UN OGGETTO

TEMPO DI RISPOSTA - VERSIONE SERIALE E ETHERNET


Tmin (msec) Tmax (msec)

T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7
CONFIGURAZIONE PROGRAMMA
Top beam Stato raggi completo
MODELLI RS485
Binario Binario ASCII ASCII Binario Binario ASCII ASCII
57600 baud 9600 baud 57600 baud 9600 baud 57600 baud 9600 baud 57600 baud 9600 baud
DS2-05-07-015-JV 5,5 12,5 5,05 13 5,5 15 6,5 10
DS2-05-07-030-JV 7 14 7 14,5 7 18 8,5 21
DS2-05-07-045-JV 8,5 15,5 8,5 16 8,5 21 10 24
DS2-05-07-060-JV 10 17 10 18 10 26 12 38
DS2-05-07-075-JV 11,5 18,5 11,5 19 11,5 31 15 44
DS2-05-07-090-JV 13 20 13 20 13 36 17 54
DS2-05-07-105-JV 14,5 21,5 14,5 22 14,5 40 19 62
DS2-05-07-120-JV 17 24 17 24 17 44 21 70
DS2-05-07-135-JV 18,5 25 19 26 19 48 23 80
DS2-05-07-150-JV 20 26,5 21 28 21 53 25 84
DS2-05-07-165-JV 22 28 23 30 23 56 28 91
DS2-05-07-045-JV 5 11 5 11 5 13 6 18
DS2-05-07-060-JV 5,5 12 5,5 12,5 5,5 14,5 6,5 19,5
DS2-05-07-075-JV 6 13 6 13,5 6 16 7 21
DS2-05-07-090-JV 6,5 13,5 6,5 14,5 6,5 17,5 7,5 22,5
CONFIGURAZIONE PROGRAMMA
MODELLI ETHERNET Top beam Stato raggi completo
Binario ASCII Binario ASCII
DS2-05-07-060-JE 10 10 10 12
DS2-05-07-075-JE 11,5 11,5 11,5 15
DS2-05-07-090-JE 13 13 13 17
DS2-05-07-120-JE 17 17 17 21
DS2-05-07-150-JE 20 21 21 25
DS2-05-07-165-JE 22 23 23 28

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TABELLA DI SELEZIONE MODELLI E CODICI D'ORDINE
INTERFACCIA AREA CONTROLLATA (mm) INTERASSE OTTICO (mm) USCITA MODELLO N° ORDINE

147 DS2-05-07-015-JV 957501040

294 DS2-05-07-030-JV 957501050


441 DS2-05-07-045-JV 957501060
588 DS2-05-07-060-JV 957501000
735 DS2-05-07-075-JV 957501070
6,75
882 DS2-05-07-090-JV 957501010
1029 Analogica in tensione e DS2-05-07-105-JV 957501080
Seriale
1176 RS485 DS2-05-07-120-JV 957501020
1323 DS2-05-07-135-JV 957501090
1470 DS2-05-07-150-JV 957501100
1617 DS2-05-07-165-JV 957501030
453 DS2-05-25-045-JV 957501110
604 DS2-05-25-060-JV 957501140
25
755 DS2-05-25-075-JV 957501120
912 DS2-05-25-090-JV 957501130
588 DS2-05-07-060-JE 957501150
735 DS2-05-07-075-JE 957501160
882 Analogica in tensione e DS2-05-07-090-JE 957501170
Ethernet 6,75
1176 Ethernet DS2-05-07-120-JE 957501180
1470 DS2-05-07-150-JE 957501190
1617 DS2-05-07-165-JE 957501200

CAVI
TIPO DESCRIZIONE LUNGHEZZA MODELLO N° ORDINE
3m CS-A1-02-G-03 95A251380
4 poli, grigio, PVC 5m CS-A1-02-G-05 95A251270
10 m CS-A1-02-G-10 95A251390
2m CS-A1-02-R-02 95A251540
4 poli, PUR
5m CS-A1-02-R-05 95A251560
3m CS-A1-06-B-03 95ACC2230
8 poli, nero, PVC 5m CS-A1-06-B-05 95ACC2240
10 m CS-A1-06-B-10 95ACC2250
3m CV-A1-22-B-03 95ACC1480
4 poli, schermato, grigio, PVC 5m CV-A1-22-B-05 95ACC1490
10 m CV-A1-22-B-10 95ACC1500
3m CV-A1-26-B-03 95ACC1510
5m CV-A1-26-B-05 95ACC1520
8 poli, schermato, nero, PVC 10 m CV-A1-26-B-10 95ACC1530
Connettore M12 assiale 15 m CV-A1-26-B-15 95ACC2080
25 m CV-A1-26-B-25 95ACC2100
3m CS-A1-02-U-03 95ASE1120
5m CS-A1-02-U-05 95ASE1130
4 poli, UL, nero, PVC 10 m CS-A1-02-U-10 95ASE1140
15 m CS-A1-02-U-15 95ASE1150
25 m CS-A1-02-U-25 95ASE1160
3m CS-A1-06-U-03 95ASE1220
5m CS-A1-06-U-05 95ASE1230
10 m CS-A1-06-U-10 95ASE1240
8 poli, UL, nero, PVC
15 m CS-A1-06-U-15 95ASE1250
25 m CS-A1-06-U-25 95ASE1260
50 m CS-A1-06-U-50 95A252710
4 poli, nero Connettore-non cablato CS-A1-02-B-NC G5085002
8 poli, nero Connettore-non cablato CS-A1-06-B-NC 95ACC2550

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