nano 超音波センサー

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概要

nano – 名前の由来は?プラグを含む長さがたったの55 mmで、市場で最も短いM12サイズの超音波センサです。

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特徴

  • Ultrasonic sensor in the M12 threaded sleeve
  • The total length including plug is only 55 mm
  • Improved temperature compensation adjustment to working conditions within 45 seconds

Basics

  • 1 switching output in pnp or npn variant
  • Analogue output 4–20 mA or 0–10 V
  • 2 detection ranges with a measurement range of 20 mm to 350 mm
  • microsonic Teach-in on pin 2
  • 0.069 mm resolution
  • Operating voltage 10–30 V for use with various voltage networks

詳細

With a housing length of only 55 mm

nano sensors with switching outputs are the smallest ultrasonic sensors inside the M12 threaded sleeve on the market. Analogue sensors are 60 mm long. The nano has a 4-pole M12 circular plug and are taught via pin 2.

For the nano sensor family

there are 4 output stages and 2 measuring ranges available:  

1 switching output, optionally in pnp or npn circuitry
1 analogue output 4–20 mA or 0–10 V

The temperature compensation

of the sensors profits from a significant improvement. The sensors reach their operating point only 45 seconds after activation of the operating voltage. We now compensate for the influence of self-heating and installation conditions. This brings improved precision shortly after activation of the supply voltage and in running operation.

The nano sensors with switched output have three operating modes:

  • Single switching point
  • Two-way reflective barrier
  • Window mode

Teach-in of a single switching point

  • Place object (1) to be detected at the desired distance
  • Apply +UB to pin 2 for about 3 seconds
  • Then apply +UB to pin 2 again for about 1 second

Teach-in of a switching point

Teach-in of a two-way reflective barrier

with a fixed mounted reflector.

  • Apply +UB to pin 2 for about 3 seconds
  • Then apply +UB to pin 2 again for about 10 second

Teach-in of a two-way reflective barrier

To set a window with two switching points

  • Place object to the sensor-close window limit (1)
  • Apply +UB to pin 2 for about 3 seconds until both LEDs flash
  • Then move the object to the sensor-distant window limit (2)
  • Then apply +UB to pin 2 again for about 1 second until LED2 extinguishes

For setting an analogue output

  • initially position the object to be detected on the sensor-close window limit (1)
  • Apply +UB to pin 2 for about 3 seconds until both LEDs flash
  • Move the object to the sensor-distant window limit (2)
  • Then apply +UB to pin 2 again for about 1 second

Teach-in of an analogue characteristic or of a window with two switching points

NCC/NOC

and rising/falling analoge characteristic can also be set via pin 2.

One green and one yellow LED

indicate the state of the output and support microsonic Teach-in.

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