E3X-HD Series Datasheet by Omron Automation and Safety

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Smart Fiber Amplifier Unit
E3X-HD
Easy and optimum settings for anyone
Smart Fiber Amplifier Unit with Long-term Stable Detection
• Equipped with Smart Tuning, which automatically configures the
settings to their optimum values with the press of a single button.
Highly usable design enables anyone to configure the settings easily.
• Detects dirt, vibrations, and LED deterioration, and automatically
compensates the incident level and the light intensity.
Unparalleled best-in-class power provides stable detections for low-
reflective workpieces and large workpieces (equipped with GIGA RAY II).
Features
Refer to the Fiber Sensors Technical Guide and
Safety Precautions on page 9.
Easy
Stable
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
are realized by a universal design
Greater operability and visibility
A strong accent line gives a
compact look to improve
equipment design
Symbolic buttons are easy to remember anywhere even for operators overseas.
Visibility is improved with digital displays and visible indicators.
UP DOWN MODE L/D
TUNE
Smart tuning for the optimum
settings with just one button.
New Concept: Visible Indicators
LD
OUT
indicator
Threshold (green) Incident level (red)
DPC ST
O
U
T
LD
ST
DPC
Compatibility for easy operation and incorrect operation prevention.
Buttons are arranged
in a straight line.
Sliding switches Pushbutton switches
(no sliding switches)
E3X-HD
Conventional Models
Pleasing operation even with gloves on.
Hard to
operate.
Finger gets
caught.
Operations
Indications
Smart Tuning
Arc Design
Smart Tuning
Press only twice.
Incident level adjustment
with workpiece
Incident level adjustment
without workpiece
Threshold setting
(Set to intermediate value
between the incident levels
with and without a workpiece. )
Settings are
simultaneously
completed.
With workpiece
Without workpiece
Operation mode
indicator to prevent
incorrect settings.
Flashing indicator
enables preventive
maintenance.
Indicates that the
optimum settings
have been made.
Automatically configure the settings to their
optimum values with the press of a single button.
No Maintenance
Compensated
5000
9999
DPC ST
O
U
T
LD
No Mai
nt
en
an
ce
C
ompensat
50
00
0
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
C
DPC
ST
O
U
T
L
D
Decreased
5000
9000
DPC ST
O
U
T
LD
LED
Aged
deterioration
Dirt
Vibration
Smart Power
Control
Light intensity compensation Incident level compensation
+
Maintenance-free operation by double compensation of light intensity
and incident level
Smart Power Control
Long-term stable detection with no maintenance
Without APC
With APC
Light intensity
Time
Long-term stability
Flashes when
compensation is
no longer possible.
Incident level
Target value
(displayed
incident level)
Setting value
(threshold value)
Time
APC
(AUTO POWER
CONTROL)
Automatically
compensate light
intensity
DPC
(DYNAMIC POWER
CONTROL)
Automatically
compensate
incident level
Always ON
DPC
Compen-
sated.
Compen-
sated.
Compen-
sated.
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Ordering Information
Fiber Amplifier Units
Standard models (Dimensions page 12)
Model for Sensor Communications Unit (Dimensions page 12)
Accessories (sold separately)
Wire-saving connectors (Required for models for Wire-saving Connectors.)
Connectors are not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit and must be ordered separately. * Protective stickers: provided.
Sensor I/O Connectors (Required for models with M8 Connectors.)
Connectors are not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit and must be ordered separately.
Mounting Bracket
A Mounting Bracket is not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit and must be
ordered separately as required.
DIN Track
A Din Track is not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit and must be ordered
separately as required.
End Plate
Two End Plates are provided with the Sensor Communications Unit.
End Plates are not provided with the Fiber Amplifier Unit and must be ordered
separately as required.
Appearance Connecting method Models
NPN output PNP output
Pre-wired (2 m)
E3X-HD11 2M E3X-HD41 2M
Wire-saving Connector
E3X-HD6 E3X-HD8
M8 Connector E3X-HD14 E3X-HD44
Appearance Model Applicable Sensor Communications Unit
E3X-HD0
E3X-ECT
E3X-CRT
Type Appearance Cable length Number of conductors Models
Master
Connector
2 m
3
E3X-CN11
Slave
Connector 1E3X-CN12
Size Cable Appearance Cable type Models
M8 Standard
2 m
4-wire
XS3F-M421-402-A
5 m XS3F-M421-405-A
2 m XS3F-M422-402-A
5 m XS3F-M422-405-A
Straight
L-shaped
Appearance Model
Quantity
E39-L143
1
Appearance
Type Models
Quantity
Shallow type, total length: 1 m
PFP-100N
1
Shallow type, total length: 0.5 m
PFP-50N
Deep type, total length: 1 m
PFP-100N2
Appearance Model
Quantity
PFP-M
1
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Ratings and Specifications
*1. The E3X-ECT EtherCAT Sensor Communications Unit and the E3X-CRT CompoNet Sensor Communications Unit can be used.
*2. Use either the E3X-CN11 (master connector, 3 conductors) or the E3X-CN12 (slave connector, 1 conductor).
*3. The communications function and mutual interference prevention function are disabled when the detection mode is set to Super-high-speed mode (SHS).
When including E3X-DA-S with activated power tuning, mutual interference prevention is possible for up to 6 units.
When including E3X-MDA with activated power tuning, mutual interference prevention is possible for up to 5 units.
Item
Type Standard
Model for Sensor Communications Unit *1
NPN
output E3X-HD11 E3X-HD6 E3X-HD14
E3X-HD0
PNP
output E3X-HD41 E3X-HD8 E3X-HD44
Connecting
method
Pre-wired
Wire-saving
Connector *2
M8 Connector Connector for Sensor
Communications Unit
Light source (wavelength) Red, 4-element LED (625 nm)
Power supply voltage 12 to 24 VDC ±10%, ripple (P-P) 10% max. Supplied from the connector through
the Sensor Communications Unit
Power
consump
tion
Normal mode
720 mW max. (Current consumption: 30 mA max. at 24 VDC, 60 mA max. at 12 VDC)
Eco ON
530 mW max. (Current consumption: 22 mA max. at 24 VDC, 44 mA max. at 12 VDC)
Eco LO
640 mW max.
(Current consumption: 26 mA max. at 24 VDC, 53 mA max.
at 12 VDC)
Control output
Load power supply voltage: 26.4 VDC max., open-collector output
Load current: Groups of 1 to 3 Amplifier Units: 100mA max.,
Groups of 4 to 16 Amplifier Units: 20mA max.
Residual voltage: At load current of less than 10 mA: 1 V max.,
At load current of 10 to 100 mA: 2 V max.
OFF current: 0.1 mA max.
Protection circuits Power supply reverse polarity protection, output short-circuit
protection and output reverse polarity protection
Power supply reverse polarity
protection and output short-circuit
protection
Response
time
Super-high-speed
mode (SHS)
*
3
NPN outputs: Operate or reset: 50 μs
PNP outputs: Operate or reset: 55 μs
High-speed mode (HS)
Operate or reset: 250 μs (default setting)
Standard mode (Stnd)
Operate or reset: 1 ms
Giga-power mode (GIGA)
Operate or reset: 16 ms
Maximum connectable Units
16 units with E3X-CRT: 16 units
with E3X-ECT: 30 units
Mutual interference prevention Possible for up to 10 units (optical communications sync) *3
Auto power control (APC) Always ON
Other functions Power tuning, differential detection, DPC, timer (OFF-delay, ON-delay, or one-shot),
zero reset, resetting settings, and Eco mode
Ambient illumination
(Receiver side) Incandescent lamp: 20,000 lx max., Sunlight: 30,000 lx max.
Ambient temperature range
Operating:
Groups of 1 to 2 Amplifiers: 25 to 55°C,
Groups of 3 to 10 Amplifiers: 25 to 50°C,
Groups of 11 to 16 Amplifiers: 25 to 45°C
Storage: 30 to 70°C
(with no icing or condensation)
Operating:
Groups of 1 to 2 Amplifiers: 0 to 55°C,
Groups of 3 to 10 Amplifiers: 0 to 50
°
C,
Groups of 11 to 16 Amplifiers: 0 to 45
°
C,
Groups of 17 to 30 Amplifiers: 0 to 40
°
C
Storage: 30 to 70°C
(with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity range Operating and storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 minute
Vibration resistance
(destruction)
10 to 55 Hz with a 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X,
Y, and Z directions
10 to 150 Hz with a 0.7-mm double
amplitude for 80 minutes each in X, Y,
and Z directions
Shock resistance (destruction) 500 m/s2 for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions 150 m/s2 for 3 times each in X, Y, and
Z directions
Degree of protection IEC 60529 IP50 (with Protective Cover attached)
Weight (packed state/unit only) Approx. 105 g/
Approx. 65 g
Approx. 60 g/
Approx. 20 g
Approx. 70 g/
Approx. 25 g Approx. 65 g/Approx. 25 g
Materials Case Polycarbonate (PC) Heat-resistant ABS (connector: PBT)
Cover Polycarbonate (PC)
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Sensing Distances
Threaded Models
* The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
Cylindrical Models
Flat Models
Sleeve Models
Sensing
method Sensing direction Size Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam
Right-angle
M4
E32-T11N 2M 2,000 1,000 700 280
E32-LT11N 2M 4,000 *3,500 2,300 920
Straight
E32-T11R 2M 2,000 1,000 700 280
E32-LT11 2M 4,000 *4,000 *2,700 1,080
E32-LT11R 2M 4,000 *3,500 2,300 920
Reflective
Right-angle
M3 E32-C31N 2M 110 50 46 14
E32-C21N 2M 290 130 90 39
M4 E32-D21N 2M 840 350 240 100
M6 E32-C11N 2M 780 350 320 100
E32-LD11N 2M 840 350 240 100
Straight
M3
E32-D21R 2M 140 60 40 16
E32-C31 2M 330 150 100 44
E32-C31M 1M
M4 E32-D211R 2M 140 60 40 16
M6
E32-D11R 2M 840 350 240 100
E32-CC200 2M 1,400 600 400 180
E32-LD11 2M 860 360 250 110
E32-LD11R 2M 840 350 240 100
Sensing
method Size Sensing direction Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam
1 dia.
Top-view
E32-T223R 2M 450 250 150 60
1.5 dia. E32-T22B 2M 680 400 220 90
3 dia. E32-T12R 2M 2,000 1,000 700 280
Side-view E32-T14LR 2M 750 450 260 100
Reflective
1.5 dia.
Top-view
E32-D22B 2M 140 60 40 16
1.5 dia. +
0.5 dia. E32-D43M 1M 28 12 8 4
3 dia.
E32-D22R 2M 140 60 40 16
E32-D221B 2M 300 140 90 40
E32-D32L 2M 700 300 200 90
3 dia. +
0.8 dia. E32-D33 2M 70 30 20 8
Sensing
method Sensing direction Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam
Top-view E32-T15XR 2M 2,000 1,000 700 280
Side-view E32-T15YR 2M 750 450 260 100
Flat-view E32-T15ZR 2M
Reflective
Top-view E32-D15XR 2M 840 350 240 100
Side-view E32-D15YR 2M 200 100 52 24
Flat-view E32-D15ZR 2M
Sensing
method Sensing direction Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam
Side-view E32-T24R 2M 170 100 50 20
E32-T24E 2M 450 250 150 60
Top-view
E32-T33 1M 150 90 50 20
E32-T21-S1 2M 510 300 170 68
E32-TC200BR 2M 2,000 1,000 700 280
Reflective
Side-view E32-D24R 2M 70 30 20 8
E32-D24-S2 2M 120 53 45 14
Top-view
E32-D43M 1M 28 12 8 4
E32-D331 2M 14 6 4 2
E32-D33 2M 70 30 20 8
E32-D32-S1 0.5M 63 27 18 7
E32-D31-S1 0.5M
E32-DC200F4R 2M 140 60 40 16
E32-D22-S1 2M 250 110 72 30
E32-D21-S3 2M
E32-DC200BR 2M 840 350 240 100
E32-D25-S3 2M 250 110 72 30
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Small-spot, Reflective Models
High-power Beam Models
*1. The fiber length is 10 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 20,000 mm.
*2. The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
Narrow View Models
* The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
Type Spot diameter
Center
distance
(mm)
Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Variable spot
0.1 to 0.6 dia. 6 to 15 E32-C42 1M+E39-F3A Spot diameter of 0.1 to 0.6 mm at 6 to 15 mm.
0.3 to 1.6 dia. 10 to 30 E32-C42 1M+E39-F17 Spot diameter of 0.3 to 1.6 mm at 10 to 30 mm.
Parallel light 4 dia. 0 to 20 E32-C31 2M+E39-F3C Spot diameter of 4 mm max. at 0 to 20 mm.
E32-C31N 2M+E39-F3C
Integrated lens 0.1 dia. 5 E32-C42S 1M Spot diameter of 0.1 mm at 5 mm.
6 dia. 50 E32-L15 2M Spot diameter of 6 mm at 50 mm.
Small-spot
0.1 dia.
7
E32-C41 1M+E39-F3A-5 Spot diameter of 0.1 mm at 7 mm.
0.5 dia. E32-C31 2M+E39-F3A-5 Spot diameter of 0.5 mm at 7 mm.
E32-C31N 2M+E39-F3A-5
0.2 dia.
17
E32-C41 1M+E39-F3B Spot diameter of 0.2 mm at 17 mm.
0.5 dia. E32-C31 2M+E39-F3B Spot diameter of 0.5 mm at 17 mm.
E32-C31N 2M+E39-F3B
3 dia. 50 E32-CC200 2M+E39-F18 Spot diameter of 3 mm at 50 mm.
E32-C11N 2M+E39-F18
Type Sensing direction
Aperture
angle
Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam
models with
integrated lens
Right-angle
15°E32-LT11N 2M 4,000 *2 3,500 2,300 920
Top-view
10°E32-T17L 10M 20,000 *1 20,000 *1 20,000 *1 8,000
15°E32-LT11 2M 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 2,700 1,080
E32-LT11R 2M 4,000 *2 3,500 2,300 920
Side-view 30°E32-T14 2M 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 1,800
Through-beam
models with
lenses
Right-angle
12°E32-T11N 2M+E39-F1 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 2,000
6°E32-T11N 2M+E39-F16 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 3,600
Top-view 12°E32-T11R 2M+E39-F1 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 2,000
6°E32-T11R 2M+E39-F16 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 3,600
Side-view 60°E32-T11R 2M+E39-F2 1,450 800 500 200
Top-view 12°E32-T11 2M+E39-F1 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 1,860
6°E32-T11 2M+E39-F16 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *24,000 *2
Side-view 60°E32-T11 2M+E39-F2 2,300 1,320 860 320
Top-view 12°E32-T51R 2M+E39-F1 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 3,900 1,500
6°E32-T51R 2M+E39-F16 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *24,000 *2
Side-view 60°E32-T51R 2M+E39-F2 1,400 720 500 200
Top-view 12°E32-T81R-S 2M+E39-F1 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 2,700 1,000
6°E32-T81R-S 2M+E39-F16 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *21,800
Side-view 60°E32-T81R-S 2M+E39-F2 1,000 550 360 140
Top-view 12°E32-T61-S 2M+E39-F1 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 1,800
6°E32-T61-S 2M+E39-F16 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 3,100
Side-view 60°E32-T61-S 2M+E39-F2 1,680 900 600 240
Top-view 12°E32-T51 2M+E39-F1-33 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 2,300 1,400
6°E32-T51 2M+E39-F16 4,000 *2 4,000 *2 4,000 *24,000 *2
Reflective
models with
integrated lens
Top-view 4°E32-D16 2M 40 to 2,800 40 to 1,400 40 to 900 40 to 480
Sensing
method Sensing direction Aperture angle Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam Side-view
1.5°E32-A03 2M 3,220 1,780 1,200 500
E32-A03-1 2M
3.4°E32-A04 2M 1,280 680 450 200
4°
E32-T24SR 2M 4,000 *2,200 1,460 580
E32-T24S 2M 4,000 *2,600 1,740 700
E32-T22S 2M 4,000 *3,800 2,500 1,000
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Models for Detection without Background Interference
Transparent Object Detection (Retro-reflective Models)
Transparent Object Detection (Limited-reflective Models)
Chemical-resistant, Oil-resistant Models
*1. The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
*2. Even if there is no sensing object, the Sensor will detect light that is reflected by the fluororesin.
Bending-resistant Models
Sensing method Sensing direction Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Limited-reflective Flat-view E32-L16-N 2M 0 to 15 0 to 12
E32-L24S 2M 0 to 4
Side-view E32-L25L 2M 5.4 to 9 (center 7.2)
Sensing method Feature Size Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Retro-reflective
Film detection M3
E32-C31 2M
+E39-F3R
+E39-RP37
250 200 ---
Square --- E32-R16 5M 150 to 1,500
Threaded
M6
E32-R21 2M 10 to 250
Hex-shaped E32-LR11NP 2M
+E39-RP1 1,350 1,200 1,000 550
Sensing method Feature Sensing direction Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Limited-reflective
Small size
Flat-view
E32-L24S 2M 0 to 4
Standard E32-L16-N 2M 0 to 15 0 to 12
Glass substrate
alignment, 70
°
C
E32-A08 2M 10 to 20 ---
Standard/long-distance
E32-A12 2M 12 to 30 ---
Side-view form
Side-view E32-L25L 2M 5.4 to 9 (center 7.2)
Glass substrate
mapping, 70°CTop-view E32-A09 2M 15 to 38 ---
Sensing
method Type Sensing direction Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-
beam
Oil-resistant Right-angle E32-T11NF 2M 4,000 *14,000 *14,000 *12,200
Chemical/oil-resistant Top-view E32-T12F 2M 4,000 *14,000 *14,000 *11,600
E32-T11F 2M 4,000 *14,000 *12,6001,000
Side-view E32-T14F 2M 1,400 800 500 200
Chemical/oil-resistant at
150°CTop-view E32-T51F 2M 4,000 *1 2,800 1,800 700
Reflective
Semiconductors: Cleaning,
developing, and etching;
60
°
C
Top-view
E32-L11FP 5M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11 mm),
19 to 31 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended sensing distance: 22 mm)
Semiconductors: Resist
stripping; 85°CE32-L11FS 5M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11 mm),
32 to 44 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended sensing distance: 35 mm)
Chemical/oil-resistant E32-D12F 2M --- *219013060
Chemical-resistant cable
E32-D11U 2M 840 350 240 100
Sensing method Size Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam
1.5 dia. E32-T22B 2M 680 400 220 90
M3 E32-T21 2M
M4 E32-T11 2M 2,500 1,350 900 360
Square E32-T25XB 2M 500 300 170 70
Reflective
1.5 dia. E32-D22B 2M 140 60 40 16
M3 E32-D21 2M
3 dia. E32-D221B 2M 300 140 90 40
M4 E32-D21B 2M
M6 E32-D11 2M 840 350 240 100
Square E32-D25XB 2M 240 100 60 30
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Heat-resistant Models
Area Detection Models
* The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
Liquid-level Detection Models
Vacuum-resistant Models
* The fiber length is 1 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 2,000 mm.
Models for FPD, Semiconductors, and Solar Cells
* The fiber length is 2 m on each side, so the sensing distance is given as 4,000 mm.
Sensing method Size Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam
100°C E32-T51R 2M 1,600 800 560 225
150°C E32-T51 2M 2,800 1,500 1,000 400
200°C E32-T81R-S 2M 1,000 550 360 140
350°C E32-T61-S 2M 1,680 900 600 240
Reflective
100°C E32-D51R 2M 670 280 190 80
150°C E32-D51 2M 1,120 450 320 144
200°C E32-D81R-S 2M 420 180 120 54
300°CE32-A08H2 2M 10 to 20 ---
E32-A09H2 2M 20 to 30 (center 25) ---
350°CE32-D611-S 2M 420 180 120 54
E32-D61-S 2M
400°C E32-D73-S 2M 280 120 80 36
Sensing method Type Sensing width Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam Area 11 mm E32-T16PR 2M 3,100 1,700 1,120 440
E32-T16JR 2M 2,750 1,500 960 380
30 mm E32-T16WR 2M 4,000 *2,600 1,700 680
Reflective Array 11 mm E32-D36P1 2M 700 300 200 90
Sensing method Tube diameter Feature Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Tube-mounting
3.2, 6.4,
or 9.5 dia.
Stable residual
quantity detection
E32-A01 5M Applicable tube: Transparent tube with a diameter of 3.2, 6.4, or 9.5 mm,
Recommended wall thickness: 1 mm
8 to 10 dia. Mounting at
multiple levels E32-L25T 2M
Applicable tube: Transparent tube with a diameter of 8 to 10 mm,
Recommended wall thickness: 1 mm
No restrictions Large tubes E32-D36T 5M Applicable tube: Transparent tube (no restrictions on diameter)
Liquid contact (heat-resistant
up to 200
°
C)
--- --- E32-D82F1 4M Liquid-contact type
Sensing method Heat-resistant temperature Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Through-beam 120°CE32-T51V 1M 720 400 260 100
E32-T51V 1M+E39-F1V 2,000 *2,000 *1,360 520
200°C E32-T84SV 1M 1,760 950 640 260
Sensing method Application
Operating
temperature
Model
Sensing distance (mm)
Giga mode Standard mode High-speed
mode
Super-high-
speed mode
Limited-reflective
Glass presence detection 70°CE32-L16-N 2M 0 to 15 0 to 12
Glass substrate alignment
E32-A08 2M 10 to 20 ---
300°CE32-A08H2 3M
70°CE32-A12 2M 12 to 30 ---
Glass substrate mapping E32-A09 2M 15 to 38 ---
300°CE32-A09H2 2M 20 to 30 (center 25) ---
Wet processes: Cleaning, Resist
developing and etching
60°CE32-L11FP 5M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11 mm),
19 to 31 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended sensing distance: 22 mm)
Wet process:
Resist stripping 85°CE32-L11FS 5M
8 to 20 mm from tip of lens (Recommended sensing distance: 11 mm),
32 to 44 mm from center of mounting hole A (Recommended sensing distance: 35 mm)
Through-beam Wafer mapping 70°C
E32-A03 2M 3,220 1,780 1,200 500
E32-A03-1 2M
E32-A04 2M 1,280 680 450 200
E32-T24SR 2M 4,000 *2,200 1,460 580
E32-T24S 2M 4,000 *2,600 1,740 700
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I/O Circuit Diagrams
NPN Output
PNP Output
Note: Timing Charts for Timer Settings (T: Set Time)
Plug (Sensor I/O Connector)
Nomenclature
Models Operation
mode Timing chart L/D
indicators Output circuit
E3X-HD11
E3X-HD6
E3X-HD14
Light-ON
Dark-ON
Incident light
No incident light
Lit
Not lit
ON
OFF
Set
Reset
OUT indicator
(orange)
Output
transistor
Load
(e.g., relay) (Between blue and
black leads)
Llit.
Photoelectric
Sensor main
circuit
Load
Brown
Control output
Black
Blue
12 to
24 VDC
OUT indicator (orange)
Display
M8 Connector Pin Arrangement
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
1
24
3
1
4
3
Incident light
No incident light
Lit
Not lit
ON
OFF
Set
Reset
OUT indicator
(orange)
Output
transistor
Load
(e.g., relay) (Between blue and
black leads)
lit.
D
Models Operation
mode Timing chart L/D
indicators Output circuit
E3X-HD41
E3X-HD8
E3X-HD44
Light-ON
Dark-ON
Incident light
No incident light
Lit
Not lit
ON
OFF
Set
Reset
OUT indicator
(orange)
Output
transistor
Load
(e.g., relay) (Between blue and
black leads)
Llit.
Photoelectric
Sensor main
circuit
Load
Control output
Brown
Black
Blue
12 to
24 VDC
OUT indicator (orange)
Display
M8 Connector Pin Arrangement
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
1
24
3
1
4
3
Incident light
No incident light
Lit
Not lit
ON
OFF
Set
Reset
OUT indicator
(orange)
Output
transistor
Load
(e.g., relay) (Between blue and
black leads)
lit.
D
ON delay OFF delay One-shot
Incident light
No incident light
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Light-ON
Dark-ON
T
T
T
T
Incident light
No incident light
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Light-ON
Dark-ON
T
T
Incident light
No incident light
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Light-ON
Dark-ON
Note: Pin 2 is not used.
Wire color Connection pin Application
Brown 1 Power supply (+V)
White 2 ---
Blue 3 Power supply (0 V)
Black 4 Output
2
4
1
3
1
2
3
4
Brown
White
Blue
Black
Wire color
Terminal number
XS3F-M421-402-A
XS3F-M421-405-A
XS3F-M422-402-A
XS3F-M422-405-A
[L/D Indicator]
Indicates the setting status:
Light-ON (L) or Dark-ON (D).
[DPC Indicator]
Turns ON when Dynamic Power Control is effective.
[ L/D Button]
Use to switch between
Light-ON (L) and Dark-ON (D).
[OUT Indicator]
Turns ON when
the output is ON.
[ST Indicator]
Turns ON when Smart Tuning
is in progress.
Automatically sets the emitter
power and set values.
Threshold Level
Green digital display
Incident Level
Red digital display
[+−UP/DOWN Button]
Used to fine-tune the threshold
or change set values.
[ MODE Button]
Use to switch between Detection
Mode and Setting Mode.
[ TUNE Button]
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Safety Precautions
Refer to the Fiber Sensors Technical Guide for precautions that apply to all Fiber Sensors.
Be sure to mount the unit to the DIN track until it clicks.
Use an extension cable with a minimum thickness of 0.3 mm2 and
less than 100 m long.
Do not subject the cable to more than the following forces.
Pull: 40 N; torque: 0.1 Nm; pressure: 20 N; bending: 29.4 N
The Sensor is ready to operate 200 ms after the power supply is
turned ON.
When using Amplifier Units with Wire-saving Connectors, attach
the protective stickers (provided with E3X-CN-series Connectors)
on the unused power pins to prevent electrical shock and short
circuiting.
When using Amplifier Units with Connectors for Communications
Units, attach the protective caps (provided with E3X-CRT/ECT
Sensor Communications Unit).
Output pulses may occur when the power supply is turned OFF. Turn
OFF the power supply to the load or load line first.
Excessive incident light cannot be sufficiently handled by the
mutual interference prevention function and may cause
malfunction. To prevent this, set a higher threshold level.
Make sure that the power supply is turned OFF before connecting,
separating, or adding Amplifier Units.
Do not pull on or apply excessive pressure or force to the Fiber Unit
when it is attached to the Amplifier Unit.
The E3X-MC11, E3X-MC11-SV2 and E3X-MC11-S Mobile
Consoles cannot be used.
Mutual interference prevention on the E3X-HD Series does not
function among the E3NX-FA, E3X-DA-N, E3X-SD, or E3X-NA
Fiber Amplifier Units.
Mutual interference prevention on the E3X-HD Series does
function among the E3X-DA-S and E3X-MDA Fiber Amplifier Units.
The E3X-CRT and E3X-ECT Sensor Communications Unit can be
used with the E3X-HD0, but the E3X-DRT21-S and E3NW-ECT
Sensor Communications Units cannot be used.
Always keep the protective cover in place when using the Amplifier
Unit.
Do not use thinner, benzine, acetone, and kerosene for cleaning.
For technical information and product FAQs, refer to the
Technical Guide on your OMRON website.
Warning
This product is not designed or rated for ensuring
safety of persons either directly or indirectly.
Do not use it for such purposes.
Do not use the product with voltage in excess of the
rated voltage.
Excess voltage may result in malfunction or fire.
Never use the product with AC power supply.
Otherwise, explosion may result.
Precautions for Safe Use
The following precautions must be observed to ensure safe
operation of the product. Doing so may cause damage or fire.
1. Do not install the product in the following locations.
Locations subject to direct sunlight
Locations subject to condensation due to high humidity
Locations subject to corrosive gas
Locations subject to vibration or mechanical shocks
exceeding the rated values
Locations subject to exposure to water, oil, chemicals
Locations subject to stream
Locations subjected to strong magnetic field or electric field
2. Do not use the product in environments subject to flammable
or explosive gases.
3. To secure the safety of operation and maintenance, do not
install the product close to high-voltage devices and power
devices.
4. High-Voltage lines and power lines must be wired separately
from this product. Wiring them together or placing them in the
same duct may cause induction, resulting in malfunction or
damage.
5. Do not apply load exceeding the ratings. Otherwise, damage or
fire may result.
6. Do not short the load. Otherwise, damage or fire may result.
7. Connect the load correctly.
8. Do not miswire such as the polarity of the power supply.
9. Do not use the product if the case is damaged.
10. Burn injury may occur. The product surface temperature rises
depending on application conditions, such as the ambient
temperature and the power supply voltage. Attention must be
paid during operation or cleaning.
11. When setting the Sensor, be sure to check safety, such as by
stopping the equipment.
12. Be sure to turn off the power supply before connecting or
disconnecting wires.
13. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the product
Unit in any way.
14. When disposing of the product, treat it as industrial waste.
15. Do not use the Sensor in water, rainfall, or outdoors.
Precautions for Correct Use
Protective Sticker
Power Supply
Connecting Terminal
Protective Cap
Amplifier Unit with
Wire-saving Connector
Amplifier Unit with Connector
for Communications Unit
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Mounting the Fiber Amplifier Units
Mounting on DIN Track
Mounting Amplifier Units in Group
(Connector Type Models)
Under environments such as vibration, use an end plates even with a single
Fiber Amplifier Unit.
The maximum numbers of connectable Amplifier Units are given in the
following table.
The mutual interference prevention function cannot be used if the detection
mode is set to super-high-speed mode (SHS).
If Units are to be connected, the allowable ambient temperature will change
with the number of Units that are connected. Check the Ratings and
Specifications.
Always turn OFF the power before connecting or disconnecting Units.
Mounting Fiber Units
Use Fiber Cutter
Cut a thin fiber as follows.
For standard fibers, insert to the desired cutting position and cut.
Mount Fiber Unit
1. Let the hook on the Amplifier
Unit’s Fiber Unit connection side
catch the track and push the unit
until it clicks.
Removing from DIN Track
1. Push the unit in the direction 1.
2. Lift it up in the direction 2.
Note: Refer to I/O Circuit Diagrams
or check the side of the unit for
wire color and role indications.
1. Mount the Fiber Amplifier units one
at a time onto the DIN track and
push them until they click.
2. Slide the Fiber Amplifier units in the
direction 2.
3. Use End Plates (PFP-M:
separately sold) at the both ends of
the grouped Fiber Amplifier units to
prevent them from separating due
to vibration or other cause.
4. Tighten the screw on the End
Plates using a driver.
Maximum
number of
interconnected
Maximum
number of
mutual
interference
prevention
E3X-HD series standard models
(E3X-HD11/HD41/HD6/HD8) 16 10
E3X-HD0 With E3X-ECT 30 10
With E3X-CRT 16 10
Fiber Unit Connection Side Hook
1
2
DIN Tra ck
2
Tighten the screw while pressing the End Plate.
34
1.
The fiber is
shipped loosely
tightened as
shown in the
figure at the right.
2.
Adjust the fiber
to the desired
length and fully
tighten.
3.
Insert the Fiber
Unit into E39-F4
and cut it.
4.
Finished state.
(Correctly cut
end)
1. Open the protective cover.
2. Raise the lock lever.
3. Insert the Fiber Unit in the fiber
unit hole to the bottom.
4. Return the lock lever to the
original position and fix the
Fiber Unit.
When mounting a coaxial reflective
Fiber Unit, insert the single-core
Fiber Unit to the upper hole (Emitter
side) and the multi-core Fiber Unit to
the lower hole (Receiver side).
The cables for the Single-core Fiber
Units (Emitters) have identification
marks. Refer to the dimensions
diagrams for details.
When removing the Fiber Unit, follow the above steps in reverse order.
To maintain the characteristics of the Fiber Unit, make sure the lock is
released before removing the Fiber Unit.
Thin Fiber
Attachment
(E39-F9)
Loosely tighten.
Fiber Cutter
E39-F4
Thin-diameter
Fiber Unit Hole × 2
Standard Fiber
Unit Hole
(dia. 2.2 mm) × 3
Note: The insertion direction into the Fiber
Amplifier Unit is shown in the above figure.
About 0.5 mm
Insertion direction
Protective
Cover
Fiber Unit
1
3
Single Core
Multi Core
2
4
Lock Lever
Lock
Release
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E3X-HD
Dimensions
Fiber Amplifier Units
(Unit: mm)
Tolerance class IT16 applies to dimensions in this data sheet unless otherwise specified.
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting
Brackets, there will be small gaps
between the Amplifier Units if they
are mounted side by side.
Mouting Holes
With Mounting Braket AttachedDIN track mounting
Vinyl-insulated round cable, 4 dia., 3 conductors
(conductor cross-section: 0.2 mm2, insulation diameter: 1.1 mm),
standard cable length: 2 m
Minimum bending radius: 12 mm
L/D indicator
21.7 27.1
OUT indicator
Threshold level
green digital display
Incident level
red digital display
DPC indicator
ST indicator
Two,
2.4-dia.
holes
1010
4.5
5.65
104.8104.8
(max. value
with cover
open)
Fiber Attachment (E39-F9) attached
5.1
(37.9) (20.3)
71.871.8
12.7
20.5
3.4
Optical communications
146.9146.9
170° (max. value with cover open)
49.2
PFP-@N DIN Track
(sold separately)
33.533.5
16
Two-M3
(9.4)
16
29.9
4.4
3.4
5.1
71.871.8
12.7
20.5
3.4
(16.5)
16
Optical
communications
Two, 3.2-dia.
holes
E39-L143 Mounting Bracket
(sold separately, SUS304)
33.533.5
10.3
4.3
(16.5)
Pre-wired Amplifier Units
E3X-HD11
E3X-HD41
E3X-CN11 (3 conductors)
E3X-CN12 (1 conductor)
4.0 dia.
2.6 dia.
* The cable diameters are as follows:
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting
Brackets, there will be small gaps
between the Amplifier Units if they
are mounted side by side.
A *
(13)
A *
Mouting Holes
With Mounting Braket AttachedDIN track mounting
5.1
71.871.8
20.5
33.533.5
3.4
Optical
communications
(9.4)
16
Two, 3.2-dia.
holes
16
29.9
4.4
3.4
E39-L143 Mounting Bracket
(sold separately, SUS304)
10.3
DPC indicator
ST indicator
27.121.7
L/D indicator
Incident level
red digital display
Threshold level
green digital display
OUT indicator
Two,
2.4-dia.
holes
1010
4.5
5.65
104.8104.8
(max. value
with cover
open)
5.1
20.5
146.9146.9
33.533.5
(37.9)
3.4
(20.3)
PFP-@N DIN Track
(sold separately)
170° (max. value with cover open)
49.2
71.871.8
16
Two-M3
(13)
Fiber Attachment (E39-F9) attached
4.3
(16.5) (16.5)
Amplifier Units with Wire-saving Connectors
E3X-HD6
E3X-HD8
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E3X-HD
12
E3X-CN11 (3 conductors)
E3X-CN12 (1 conductor)
4.0 dia.
2.6 dia.
* The cable diameters are as follows:
Note: When using E39-L143 Mounting
Brackets, there will be small gaps
between the Amplifier Units if they
are mounted side by side.
A *
Mouting Holes
With Mounting Braket AttachedDIN track mounting
5.1
71.871.8
20.5
33.533.5
3.4
Optical
communications
(9.4)
16
Two, 3.2-dia.
holes
16
29.9
4.4 3.4
E39-L143 Mounting Bracket
(sold separately, SUS304)
10.3
DPC indicator
ST indicator
27.121.7
L/D indicator
Incident level
red digital display
Threshold level
green digital display
OUT indicator
Two,
2.4-dia.
holes
1010
4.5
5.65
104.8104.8
(max. value
with cover
open)
5.1
20.5
146.9146.9
33.533.5
(37.9)
3.4
(20.3)
PFP-@N DIN Track
(sold separately)
170° (max. value with cover open)
49.2
71.871.8
16
Two-M3
12.7
Fiber Attachment (E39-F9) attached
4.3
M8 connector
11.2
A *
12.7
(16.5) (16.5)
Amplifier Units with M8 Connectors
E3X-HD14
E3X-HD44
DIN track mounting
27.121.7
OUT indicator
L/D indicator ST indicator
DPC indicator
Incident level
red digital display
Threshold level
green digital display
10
4.5
5.65
11.5
13.813.8
Two,
2.4-dia.
holes
104.8104.8
(max. value
with cover
open)
PFP-@N DIN Track (sold separately)
Fiber Attachment (E39-F9) attached
5.1 71.8
20.5
(37.9)
3.4
(39.3) 3.4
9.9
90.890.8Optical communications
100° (max. value with cover open)
103.5
33.533.5 (16.5)
Amplifier Unit with Connector for Sensor
Communications Unit
E3X-HD0
Refer to E32 Series for details on Fiber Units.
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