[System Maintenance Notice]
Due to ongoing system maintenance, the site search and specification search functions are temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding.

【Notification of Manufacturer Change for Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Products and Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Tatsuno Products】
From April 1, 2024, the terms "Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Co., Ltd." and "Panasonic Industrial Devices SUNX Tatsuno Co., Ltd."
in this page and in the manuals and other documents to be downloaded will all be replaced with "Panasonic Industry Co., Ltd." and applied accordingly.

Search
Discontinued
Products



Compact Laser Displacement Sensor HL-G1

I/O Circuit and Wiring diagrams

I/O circuit diagrams

When selecting NPN output

I/O circuit diagrams When selecting NPN output

*1

Non-voltage contact

When selecting PNP output

I/O circuit diagrams When selecting PNP output

*1

Non-voltage contact or PNP open-collector transistor output
High [+5 V to +30 V DC (source current 0.04 mA or less)] : Effective
Low (0 to 0.6 V DC or open) : Ineffective

Analog output (common in NPN output type and PNP output type)

I/O circuit diagrams Analog output (common in NPN output type and PNP output type)

Notes:

1) Analog output is not equipped with the short-circuit protection. Do not short-circuit or apply voltage to them.
2) Use shielded wires for analog outputs.

Communication specifications (High function type)

The HL-G1 can be connected to upper devices of RS-422/485.
When upper device sends the request command, the HL-G1 series send the response command.

Communication method RS-422 RS-485
Full duplex Half duplex
Synchronization method Asynchronous communication method
Transmission code ASC ll
Baud rate 9,600/19,200/38,400/115,200/230,400/460,800/921,600 bps
Data length 8 bits
Stop bit length 1 bit
Parity check None
BCC Yes
Termination code CR

Communication specifications (High function type)

RS-422 1-to-1 connection

RS-422 1-to-1 connection

Notes:

1) The transmission data cable and reception data cable are both twisted-pair cables.
2) The shield is connected to the 0 V side of the power supply line inside the sensor.
3) Be sure to connect the signal ground.
4) The sensor is of non-isolated type. Make sure that the potential difference between the sensor and RS-422 connecting device does not exceed 4V. A difference in potential in excess may cause the connecting device or the sensor to malfunction.

RS-485 1-to-N connection

  • Connectable up to 16 units.
  • Please set the prefix with no duplication.

RS-485 1-to-N connection

Notes:

1) The transmission data cable and reception data cable are both twisted-pair cables.
2) The shield is connected to the 0-V side of the power supply line inside the sensor.
3) Be sure to connect the signal ground.
4) The sensor is of non-isolated type. Make sure that the potential difference between the sensor and RS-485 connecting device does not exceed 4V. A difference in potential in excess may cause the connecting device or the sensor to malfunction.
5) The sensor has a built-in terminating resistor. Be sure to turn ON the terminating resistor of the terminating sensor.
6) Perform transition wiring for the transmission path.
7) Connect the wires according to the specification of the equipment.

Return to top

CONTACT US
If you have any questions, please select the option below to contact us or find answers.
CONTACT BY EMAIL / PHONE FIND LOCAL OFFICE

Return to top

CONTACT US
BY EMAIL
Please click your area to select country or region







BY PHONE

Requests to customers (Automation Control Components & Industrial Device) [Excluding specific product]
Requests to customers (Automation Control Components & Industrial Device) [For specific product]
Requests to customers (FA Sensors & Components [Excluding motors])
Requests to customers (Dedicated to industrial motors)