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Proximity Switches Briefing

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Take a look at this best in class, versitle, comprehensive range of Proximity Switches. For more detials: http://www.tesensors.com/global/en/product/inductive-capacitive/xs-xt-ref/?filter=business-1-automation-and-control&parent-category-id=4900

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Proximity Switches Briefing

  1. 1. Telemecanique Sensors Briefing Proximity switches
  2. 2. Agenda Property of Schneider Electric | Table of content • Telemecanique Sensors portofolio • Proximity sensors XS • General purpose • Technical key points • Application products • OsiSence guide XS range • Where to find further details
  3. 3. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 3 3 Telemecanique Sensors portfolio A world-class global brand offering a comprehensive line of products complying with international standards: IEC, UL, CSA, CCC, GOST Other Cordsets, encoders Safety RFIDUltrasonicPhotoelectric Pressure Inductive, capacitive NEMA switchesLimit switches
  4. 4. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 4 4 Quality Our products have earned the independent approval of all the relevant bodies that govern the industries and applications we serve. All our manufacturing facilities are ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified. Limoges, France Batam, Indonesia
  5. 5. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 5 5 Proximity switches, cylindrical range • A comprehensive range in all diameters, flush or nonflush mounting, short or long body, standard or increased sensing distance, with cable or with connector • Best-in-class quality and immunity to harsh industrial environments, thanks to our Asic-based design and exclusive resin potting process ensuring no air bubbles inside the products XS1/5/6 XSAV XS9 XT1/2 Full stainless steel range, M8, M12, M18, M30, 303L, or 316L single block design, standard or double Sn, factor 1.40 mtesla and 80 bar immune, IP68 and IP69K, Ecolab New
  6. 6. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 6 6 Proximity switches, rectangular range • The most versatile range from flat design to cubic and limit-switch style inductive sensors • The first general-purpose proximity sensor to demonstrate superior functional safety design with TÜV SiL2 certificate XS7/9 XS8C M12 or terminal block connection, flush Sn 15 and 20 mm, nonflush Sn 40 mm, factor 1 weld field immune option, DC2, DC3/4, AC/DC, analog output, highly visible LEDs, SIL2 certified by TÜV New
  7. 7. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 7 7 Proximity switches, rectangular range Principle • An inductive sensor generates a magnetic field with an oscillator • When a metallic object is placed in this field, oscillations stop • Function of oscillations an output signal normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC) contact is generated Advantages • High operating rates; fast response • Detection of all metals • Excellent resistance to industrial environments • Solid-state technology: no moving parts
  8. 8. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 8 8 XS proximity sensors Technologies • Detection of all metals (Fe, Al, Cu, etc.) without contacts (no touch) • High operating rates, fast response time, and no wear due to solid state technology for output • Excellent resistance to industrial environments + • Detects only metal objects • Short sensing distance -> 60 mm-
  9. 9. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 9 9 Overview — Inductive sensors Inductive proximity sensors are used solely for the detection of metallic objects. Their range of application is very extensive and includes: • Mainly monitoring the position of machine parts • Also detecting the presence of metallic objects Brand name: • OsiSenseTM XS
  10. 10. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 10 10 Technical key points — Sensing distance • Sensing distance • Is directly linked to the size of the sensing face • Nominal sensing distance Sn • The rated operating distance for which the sensor has been designed • Assured sensing distance Sa • This is the operating zone of the sensor (in general 0.81 of Sn) • Sensing distance is always given for a steel standard metal target • For all other metal than steel or small target we must take into account a correction coefficient Up to 60 mm Up to 2.5 mm 80 mm Ø 8 mm
  11. 11. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 11 11 Technical key points — Mounting sensor on a metal support • Sensors not suitable for flush mounting in metal • Side clearance required • Sensing distance greater than that for a standard flush mountable model X2 • Sensors suitable for flush mounting in metal • No side clearance required • Schneider Electric offers a standard flush-mountable model without reducing the sensing distance X1 or X2 • And a range of flush-adaptable models that enable the detection of an object against a metal background • Simple or double (X1 or X2) sensing distance • It's the customer's choice
  12. 12. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 12 12 Technical key points — Electrical function • Output function • Normally open (NO) - Corresponds to a sensor whose output changes to the closed state when an object is present in the operating zone • Normally closed (NC) - Corresponds to a sensor whose output changes to the open state when an object is present in the operating zone • Complementary outputs (NO + NC) - Corresponds to a sensor with a normally closed output and a normally open output
  13. 13. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 13 13 Technical key points — Output function • 2-wire type DC or AC • NO or NC nonpolarized output • 3-wire type DC • NO or NC output, PNP or NPN • 4-wire type DC • NO and NC complementary outputs, PNP or NPN • 4-wire type DC • NO or NC programmable output, PNP + NPN • Specific output signals, analog type
  14. 14. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 14 14 Technical key points — Size, connection, and material • Cylindrical • Standardized M8 to M30 with short or long barrel • Connector or cable 2.5 or 10 m • Rectangular • Standardized form or flat shape • Connector, cable 2.5 or 10 m, or screw clamp terminals • Case material • Brass (general purpose) • Plastic (chemical environment, double insulation) • Stainless steel 303 and 316L (food and beverage)
  15. 15. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 15 15 OsiSense XS Inductive — General purpose range • General purpose products • One of the most comprehensive catalogs on the market with: - Standard cylindrical forms: M8,12,18, 30 - Standard and flat forms • Complying with international standards - CE, UL, CSA, CCC, C-Tick • Top international quality IP69K • All electric standards including AC/DC power supply • Available in standard and increased range
  16. 16. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 16 16 OsiSense XS inductive application range • Application products • Rotation control, ferrous/nonferrous discrimination, etc. • Plastic case sensors for double insulation and chemical environment compliance • Miniature cylindrical format Plain 4 and 6.5 mm or M5 for assembly applications • Stainless steel and plastic for dedicated food and beverage applications • Full stainless steel 303 or 316L
  17. 17. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 17 17 How to choose an inductive sensor? 1. Choose a body according to environment and sensing distance • Place to install and request sensing distance (Sn) - Size of product (dimensions and material) - Pay special attention to the mounting in support (flush or nonflush) 2. Choose the electrical function • According the automatism function to achieve - NO, NC, NO+NC, analog, etc. • According to the "load" compatibility (contactor, PLC, etc.) - DC 3 wires PNP, NPN, DC, or AC/DC 2 wires 3. Choose the electrical connection according to habits (geographical use) • Cable, connector, and screw clamp terminals
  18. 18. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 18 18 OsiSense guide XS range:
  19. 19. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 19 19 OsiSense guide XS range:
  20. 20. Telemecanique Sensors – May 2016 20 Where to find details • Click here to find info on SE.com • Click here to find proximity sensors on SE.com • Click here to access our Digicat • Click here to access to CAD files • Click on the link below for FAQs (frequently asked question) Page 20

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