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Safety Light Curtain Type 4 SF4B Ver.2

I/O Circuit and Wiring diagrams

I/O circuit diagram

<In case of using I/O circuit for PNP output>

I/O circuit diagram In case of using I/O circuit for PNP output
Note: The above diagram is when using a 12-core cable. If an 8-core cable is used, the red, yellow, gray, gray / black, sky-blue / white and sky-blue / black lead wires are absent.

*S1

Switch S1
Emission halt input / Reset input
For manual reset
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Emission halt (Note 1)
Open: Emission
For automatic reset
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Emission (Note 1)
Open: Emission halt
Interlock setting input, Override input, Muting input A / B,
External device monitoring input
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Enabled (Note 1)
Open: Disabled
Note: Vs is the applying supply voltage.


<In case of using I/O circuit for NPN output>

I/O circuit diagram In case of using I/O circuit for NPN output
Note: The above diagram is when using a 12-core cable. If an 8-core cable is used, the red, yellow, gray, gray / black, sky-blue / white and sky-blue / black lead wires are absent.

*S1

Switch S1
Emission halt input / Reset input
For manual reset
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Emission halt
Open: Emission
For automatic reset
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Emission
Open: Emission halt
Interlock setting input, Override input, Muting input A / B,
External device monitor input
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Enabled
Open: Disabled


Connection example

Standard components (8-core cable): Interlock function “enabled (manual reset)”, external device monitoring function “enabled”

<In case of using I/O circuit for PNP output>

Connection example In case of using I/O circuit for PNP output

*S1

Switch S1
Emission halt input / Reset input
For manual reset
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Emission halt (Note)
Open: Emission
For automatic reset
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Emission (Note)
Open: Emission halt
Note: Vs is the applying supply voltage.

The diagram at above shows the configuration when using PNP output, interlock function “enabled (manual reset)” and external device monitoring function “enabled”.

In case of setting the interlock function to “disabled (automatic reset)”
Connection example In case of setting the interlock function to “disabled (automatic reset)”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2> instruction manual for details of the interlock function.


In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “disabled”
Connection example In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “disabled”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2> instruction manual for details of the external device monitoring function.



<In case of using I/O circuit for NPN output>

Connection example In case of using I/O circuit for NPN output

*S1

Switch S1
Emission halt input / Reset input
For manual reset
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Emission halt
Open: Emission
For automatic reset
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Emission
Open: Emission halt

The diagram at above shows the configuration when using NPN output, interlock function “enabled (manual reset)” and external device monitoring function “enabled”.


In case of setting the interlock function to “disabled (automatic reset)”
Connection example In case of setting the interlock function to “disabled (automatic reset)”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2> instruction manual for details of the interlock function.


In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “disabled”
Connection example In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “disabled”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2>instruction manual for details of the external device monitoring function.



Connection example

Muting control components (12-core cable, with interference prevention wires): Interlock function “disabled (automatic reset)”, external device monitoring function “disabled”

<In case of using I/O circuit for PNP output>

Connection example In case of using I/O circuit for PNP output

*S1

Switch S1
Emission halt input / Reset input
For manual reset
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Emission halt (Note), Open: Emission
For automatic reset
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Emission (Note), Open: Emission halt
Override input, Muting input A / B, External device monitoring input
Vs to Vs – 2.5 V (sink current 5 mA or less): Enabled (Note), Open: Disabled
Note: Vs is the applying supply voltage.

The diagram at above shows the configuration when using PNP output, interlock function “disabled (automatic reset)” and external device monitoring function “disabled”.


In case of setting the interlock function to “enabled (manual reset)”
  • When the interlock function is “enabled (manual reset)”, the override function cannot be used.
Connection example In case of setting the interlock function to “enabled (manual reset)”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2> instruction manual for details of the interlock function.


In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “enabled”
Connection example In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “enabled”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2> instruction manual for details of the external device monitoring function.


<In case of using I/O circuit for NPN output>

Connection example In case of using I/O circuit for NPN output

*S1

Switch S1
Emission halt input / Reset input
For manual reset
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Emission halt, Open: Emission
For automatic reset
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Emission, Open: Emission halt
Override input, Muting input A / B, External device monitoring input
0 to +1.5 V (source current 5 mA or less): Enabled, Open: Disabled

The diagram at above shows the configuration when using NPN output, interlock function “disabled (automatic reset)” and external device monitoring function “disabled”.


In case of setting the interlock function to “enabled (manual reset)”
  • When the interlock function is “enabled (manual reset)”, the override function cannot be used.
Connection example In case of setting the interlock function to “enabled (manual reset)”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2> instruction manual for details of the interlock function.


In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “enabled”
Connection example In case of setting the external device monitoring function to “enabled”

*Refer to the SF4B<V2> instruction manual for details of the external device monitoring function.



SF-C11

SF4B / SF4B-G series wiring diagram (Control Category 4)

For PNP output (minus ground)
  • Set the safety light curtain input polarity selection switch to the PNP side and ground the 0 V line.
SF-C11 For PNP output (minus ground)

Notes:

1) The above diagram is when using manual reset. If automatic reset is used, disconnect the lead from X2 and connect it to X3. In this case, a reset (RESET) button is not needed.
2) Use a momentary-type switch as the reset (RESET) button.
3) Emission halt occurs when the test (TEST) button is open, and emission occurs when the test (TEST) button is short-circuited. If not using the test (TEST) button, short-circuit T1 and T2.

For NPN output (plus ground)
  • In the above diagram, set the safety light curtain input polarity selection switch to the NPN side and ground the + side.
     SF4B series wiring diagram (Control Category 4) For NPN output (plus ground)

When SF-C11 is connected to the safety light curtain, be sure to use the following mating cable.
SFB-CB□, SFB-CCJ10□


Terminal arrangement diagram

SF-C11 Terminal arrangement diagram     
Terminal Function
A1 +24 V DC
A2 0 V
13-14, 23-24, 33-34 Safety output (NO contact × 3)
41-42 Auxiliary output (NC contact × 1)
X1 Reset output terminal
X2 Reset input terminal (Manual)
X3 Reset input terminal (Automatic)
A Not used
B
T1 Test output terminal
T2 Test input terminal
AUX Semiconductor auxiliary output


Pin layout for safety light curtain connectors

SF-C11 Pin layout for safety light curtain connectors     
Connector pin No. Emitter side connector Receiver side connector
Interlock OSSD 2
+24 V DC +24 V DC
Emission halt OSSD 1
Auxiliary output EDM (External relay monitor)
Synchronization wire + Synchronization wire +
Synchronization wire – Synchronization wire –
0 V 0 V
Shield wire Shield wire

SF-C12

SF4B / SF4B-G series wiring diagram (Control Category 4)

For PNP output (minus ground)
  • Set the two safety light curtain input polarity select switches to the PNP side and connect the FG terminal to the 0 V line.
SF-C12 SF4B series wiring diagram (Control Category 4)
Note: The above diagram is when using manual reset. If automatic reset is used, connect a normally closed type pushbutton switch between T1 and T2 and leave between X1 and X2 open.

For NPN output (plus ground)
  • In the above diagram, set the two safety light curtain input polarity selection switches to the NPN side and connect the F.G. terminal to the + side.
When SF-C12 is connected to the safety light curtain, be sure to use the following mating cable.
SFB-CB05-MU, SFB-CCJ10□-MU


Terminal arrangement diagram

    SF-C12 Terminal arrangement diagram
Terminal Function
FG Frame ground (F.G.) terminal
A2 0 V
A1 +24 V DC
13-14, 23-24 Safety output (NO contact × 2)
31-32 Auxiliary output (NC contact × 1)
FB4 External relay monitor terminal 2
FB3
FB2 External relay monitor terminal 1
FB1
   
Terminal Function
R+ Interference prevention wire – (Receiver side)
R– Interference prevention wire + (Receiver side)
E+ Interference prevention wire – (Emitter side)
E– Interference prevention wire + (Emitter side)
T2 Emission halt input terminal
T1
X2 Automatic reset / manual reset selection terminal
Manual reset: X1 – X2 short-circuited
X1


Pin layout for safety light curtain connectors

SF-C12 Pin layout for safety light curtain connectors
Note: Input and output for pin Nos. ⑪ and ⑫ are not used by this device.
    
Connector pin No. Emitter side connector Receiver side connector
Interlock OSSD 2
+24 V DC +24 V DC
Emission halt OSSD 1
Auxiliary output EDM (External relay monitor)
Synchronization wire + Synchronization wire +
Synchronization wire – Synchronization wire –
0 V 0 V
Shield wire Shield wire
Interference prevention wire + Interference prevention wire +
Interference prevention wire – Interference prevention wire –
(Override input) (Muting input 1)
(Muting lamp output) (Muting input 2)

SF-C13

SF4B / SF4B-G series wiring diagram (Control Category 4)

For PNP output (minus ground)
  • Connect the safety light curtain control outputs OSSD 1 and OSSD 2 to S1 and S2 respectively.
SF-C13 For PNP output (minus ground)

Notes:

1) The above diagram is when using manual reset. If automatic reset is used, disconnect the lead from X2 and connect it to X3. In this case, a reset (RESET) button is not needed.
2) Use a momentary-type switch as the reset (RESET) button.

For NPN output (plus ground)
  • Connect the safety light curtain control outputs OSSD 1 and OSSD 2 to S4 and S2 respectively and ground the + side.
SF-C13 For NPN output (plus ground)

Notes:

1) The above diagram is when using manual reset. If automatic reset is used, disconnect the lead from X2 and connect it to X3. In this case, a reset (RESET) button is not needed.
2) Use a momentary-type switch as the reset (RESET) button.
When SF-C13 is connected to the safety light curtain, be sure to use the following descrete wire mating cable.
SFB-CCB□(-MU), SFB-CC□(-MU)

Terminal arrangement diagram

SF-C13 Terminal arrangement diagram     
Terminal Function
A1 +24 V DC
A2 0 V
S1 to S4 Safety light curtain control output (OSSD) input terminal
AUX Semiconductor auxiliary output
X1 Reset output terminal
X2 Reset input terminal (Manual)
X3 Reset input terminal (Automatic)
13-14, 23-24, 33-34 Safety output (NO contact × 3)
41-42 Auxiliary output (NC contact × 1)

A terminal block is required for wiring of safety light curtain side.


SF-C14EX(-01)

SF4B / SF4B-G series wiring diagram (Control Category 4)

For PNP output (minus ground)
  • Set the output polarity selection switch to the PNP side and ground the 0 V line.

Notes:

1) The above diagram is when using manual reset.If automatic reset is used, disconnect the lead from X12 and connect it to X13,and disconnect the lead from X22 and connect it to X23, as shown by the dotted lines. In this case, a reset (RESET) button is not needed. Terminals X31 to X32 are for manual reset only.
2) Use a momentary-type switch for the reset (RESET) button.

For NPN output (plus ground)
  • Set the output polarity selection switch to the NPN side and ground the side of the power supply input.
SF-C14EX(-01) For NPN output (plus ground)

Notes:

1) The left diagram is when using manual reset. If automatic reset is used, disconnect the lead from X12 and connect it to X13, and disconnect the lead from X22 and connect it to X23, as shown by the dotted lines. In this case, a reset (RESET) button is not needed. Terminals X31 to X32 are for manual reset only.
2) Use a momentary-type switch for the reset (RESET) button.
When SF-C14EX is connected to
the safety safety light curtain, be sure to
use the following mating cable.
SFB-CB□-EX, SFB-CCJ10□
If the NO (Normally Open) contact
switch is used as a muting sensor,
f wire it as shown in the figure below.
SF-C14EX(-01) For PNP output (minus ground)
If the emergency stop button is
not used, short-circuit between the
terminals S11 to S12 and S21 to
S22 directly.

Terminal arrangement diagram

SF-C14EX(-01) Terminal arrangement diagram     
Terminal Function Terminal Function
14 Safety output 1, Beam received / Beam interrupted output of the safety light curtain S11 Emergency stop
contact input
2 NC input
Between S11 and S12
Between S21 and S22
24 S12
34 Safety output 2, safety light curtain output including the muting function S21
44 S22
54 Safety output 3 Emergency stop output X11 Safety output 1 reset input
X11 - X12: Manual reset
X11 - X13: Automatic reset
64 X12
S3+ Muting sensor input 1 (PNP output type)
S3+, S3–: Power supply
S3: Sensor output
X13
S3 X21 Safety output 2 reset input
X21 - X22: Manual reset
X21 - X23: Automatic reset
S3– X22
S4+ Muting sensor input 2(NPN output type)
S4+, S4–: Power supply
S4: Sensor output
X23
S4 X31 Safety output 3 reset input
X31 - X32: Manual reset
S4– X32
T1 Test input terminal
Open: Test mode
Short-circuit: Normal operation
AUX1 Auxiliary output 1, Muting output
T2 AUX2 Auxiliary output 2, Override output
O1 Override input terminal
Open: Invalid
Short-circuit: Valid
AUX3 Auxiliary output 3, Blown lamp output
O2 AUX4 Auxiliary output 4, Safety light curtain auxiliary output
L1+ Muting lamp output 1 IE+ Interference prevention terminal, Emitter side +
L1– IE– Interference prevention terminal, Emitter side –
L2+ Muting lamp output 2 IR+ Interference prevention terminal, Receiver side +
L2– IR– Interference prevention terminal, Receiver side –
A1 +24 V DC -
A2 0 V -
Pin layout for safety light curtain connectors
SF-C14EX(-01) Terminal arrangement diagram Pin layout for safety light curtain connectors     
Connector pin No. Emitter side connector Receiver side connector
Interference prevention wire + Interference prevention wire +
+24 V DC +24 V DC
Interference prevention wire – Interference prevention wire –
Auxiliary output Not used
Synchronization wire + Synchronization wire +
Synchronization wire – Synchronization wire –
0 V 0 V
Shield wire Shield wire

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