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Built-in Sensor
Water level detection
for washing machine
PS-A Pressure Sensor
(Low pressure type)
Built-in sensor contributes to energy savings, safety, and comfort.
Providing sensors for various aspects of our lives.
ON/OFF of exterior lighting
NaPiCa (Brightness detection)
ON/OFF of door light
Grid-EYE (Human detection)
NaPiCa (Brightness detection)
ON/OFF of garage light
Grid-EYE
(Human detection)
NaPiCa
(Brightness detection)
Car navigation
1-axis Acceleration Sensor
(Inclination detection)
Occupancy detection,
door opening/closing
MA Motion Sensor
(Position detection)
NaPiCa (Brightness detection)
Increased visibility of LCD TVs and
personal computers.
Regular
screen
Light turns off
when surround-
ings are bright.
Dim lighting
when it gets dark.
Illumination at
100% when
Grid-EYE
detects a
person nearby.
Returns to
dim lighting
when person
is gone.
Backlight dims
when the room
gets dark.
ON/OFF of bicycles light
NaPiCa (Brightness detection)
Sphygmomanomater
Pressure Sensor
(Pressure detection)
ON/OFF of blinds
NaPiCa
(Brightness detection)
Security camera
Grid-EYE
(Human detection)
ON/OFF of
corridor light
NaPiCa
(Brightness detection)
Grid-EYE
(Human detection)
Brightness
detection of
an electric
wave clock
NaPiCa
(Brightness
detection)
Air
conditioner
Grid-EYE
(Human detection)
When it gets light,
the clock will set
the correct time
by reception of
radio waves.
TICK
Microwave oven
Grid-EYE (Temperature measurement)
Infrared Array Sensor
Grid-EYE
Human
Heat
Acceleration Sensors
Light Sensors
Acceleration
Brightness
2-axis GS2 1-axis GS1 1-axis GF1 Through-hole type
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Built-in Sensor
Automatic lighting
in conference room
Grid-EYE (Human detection)
NaPiCa (Brightness detection)
Customer detection
for automated teller
machine
MA Motion Sensor
(Position detection)
Trapezoidal compensation
of LCD projectors
1-axis Acceleration
Sensor
(Inclination detection)
Automatic toilet seat
opening/closing
MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)
Non-contact switch
MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)
ON/OFF of lighting
Grid-EYE (Human detection)
Running machine
MA Motion Sensor
(Position detection)
Motion detection for
instant photography machine
Grid-EYE (Human detection)
Automatic lighting
for vending machine
NaPiCa (Brightness detection)
Permit dispenser for parking lot
MA Motion Sensor (Position detection)
Security for parking lot
Grid-EYE (Human detection)
NaPiCa (Brightness detection)
ON/OFF of street light
NaPiCa
(Brightness detection)
Air bed
Pressure Sensor
(Pressure detection)
Automatic door
MA Motion Sensor
(Position detection)
Sphygmomanomater
Pressure Sensor
(Pressure detection)
Automatic ticket gate
MA Motion Sensor
(Position detection)
Motion detection
for ticket vending
machine
MA Motion Sensor
(Position detection)
Automatic
ventilation fan
Grid-EYE
(Human detection)
Occupancy sensor
MA Motion Sensor
(Position detection)
Color mode screen
in the day.
Screen switches to
night vision mode
when it gets dark.
Construction machinery
(inclination detection)
1-axis Acceleration Sensor
Motion Sensors
Motion
Pressure Sensors
Pressure
Thin short type
(V type) Short type
(H type)
Middle type
(H type) Long type
(H type) Long type
(V type)
PS
PF
PS-A
(Low pressure type)
PS-A
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Built-in Sensor Selector Chart
Equipment sensors for improved comfort and convenience, safety and energy conservation
Motion
Motion
Brightness
Brightness
Acceleration
Acceleration
Making us more comfortable with energy efficient devices...Environmentally friendly, cadmium-free
Made possible by leading-edge MEMS technology, this acceleration sensor is ideal for automotive and mobile devices.
z Cadmium-free
z Built-in optical filter for spectral response
similar to that of the human eye.
z Photocurrent is proportional to
illumination. (linear output)
Light Sensor
2-axis GS2
1-axis GS1
Product name Peak sensitivity wave length Characteristics
Through-hole type
580nm
±2g
±1.5g
z High precision and high sensitivity
z High reliability: Detection errors due to
temperature fluctuation reduced to a
minimum.
z Product lineup covers range of operating
voltage and acceleration detection.
Product name Acceleration detection range Characteristics
Motion
Sensors
Light
Sensors
Acceleration
Sensors
z The sensors are ready for immediate
use by simply connecting to a DC
power supply.
The built-in oscillation circuit removes
the need to input a start signal.
z Can be used with a number of
different supply voltages.
1) 5 V.DC type (4.5 V.DC to 5.5 V.DC)
2)
Free-ranging type (5.5 V.DC to 27 V.DC)
z These sensors can be used in
adjacent positions and can save
energy.
z Can be used with a number of
different supply voltages.
1) 5 V.DC type (4.5 V.DC to 5.5 V.DC)
2)
Free-ranging type (5.5 V.DC to 27 V.DC)
MA Motion Sensor
Short type
(H type)
Thin short
type (V type) Middle type
(H type)
Long type (H type) Long type (V type)
Sensor
Detection
distance
5 cm to 200 cm
1.969 inch to
78.74 inch
Detection
distance
5 cm to 200 cm
1.969 inch to
78.74 inch
Built-in
oscillation
circuit
type
External
trigger
type
Detecting the
presence of the
human body (or
another object) by the
reflected beam of
LED light from the
sensor itself.
Light Sensor Acceleration Sensor
1-axis GF1 z Fast response, high reliability
z Compact size
±0.5g
±1.2g
Direct mount Bracket
Motion sensors that always detect your slightest movement
Product name Detection method Type Characteristics
Area reflective type
Motion Sensor
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Built-in Sensor Selector Chart
Pressure
Pressure
A wide range of rated pressure, including minute pressures
Product name
Air
z Ultra-miniature Base area
7.2 (W) x 7.2 (D) mm
.283 (W) x .283 (D) inch
z A wide range of rated
pressure, including a
minute pressure.
Pressure
medium Type (*Without glass base type)
Rated pressure
Terminal
direction
Pressure inlet
hole length
Bridge resistance
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Characteristics
PS-A Pressure
Sensor
PS Pressure Sensor
PF Pressure Sensor
Air
z Low pressure type ideal
for water level detection
applications added to
lineup.
z Compact pressure sensor
with built-in amplification
and temperature
compensation circuit
Rated pressure
*40kPa
98.1, 980.7kPa
(PS only)
3mm
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5mm
5mm
3mm dia.
13.5mm
5.45mm dia.
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200, 500, 1,000 *40kPa
<Low pressure type>
6kPa
4.9, 34.3, 49.0,
98.1, 196.1,
343.2, 490.3,
833.6, 980.7 kPa
Pressure
Sensors
Pressure Sensors
High Precision Infrared Array Sensor based on Advanced MEMS Technology
Grid-EYE
Product name Detection method Type Characteristics
Thermopile type
Sensor
Detecting the heat
(infrared rays) of the
human body and
other objects.
Infrared
Array
Sensor
Amplification
factor
High gain
Low gain
Operating
voltage
3.3 V.DC
5.0 V.DC
+XPDQ
Heat
+XPDQ
Heat
Infrared Array Sensors
z Temperature detection achieved
on a two dimensional area with
8 × 8 (64) pixels.
z Digital output
z Miniature SMD package
Opposite the
pressure inlet
direction
SMD terminal
SMD terminal
Opposite the
pressure inlet
direction
Pressure inlet
direction
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GS2 Sensor (AGS2)
Number of detectable axis (Method)
Package type/Size
2-axis Acceleration Sensor
(Electrostatic capacitance type)
:
2
Operation power supply
voltage/Output type
3 V.DC/Analog output
5 V.DC/Analog output
:
:
3
5
Type
Built-in ASIC
:
1Ceramic package/6.2 × 8.5 mm
:
1:
:
:
:
Detection sensitivity
1 V/g
1.333 V/g
0.6 V/g
0.8 V/g
1
3
6
8
AGS 2 1 1
High-precision MEMS
2-axis acceleration sensor
GS2 SENSOR
High precision, high reliability : offset temperature characteristics ±38 mg (Typ.)
High sensitivity : 1 to 1.333 V/g(5 V.DC)
Line-up for various operating power supply voltages and acceleration detection ranges.
RoHS compliant
Car Electronics : Car navigation systems, Car security, Drive recorders
Ships and special vehicles : Marine equipment, construction/agricultural machines and welfare vehicles
Other : Theft prevention for faculty equipment, Measuring devices
(levels, measuring instruments)
Features
Typical Applications
Ordering Information
Product name Operation power
supply voltage
Acceleration
detection range Detection sensitivity Part number
2-axis
Acceleration sensor GS2
3 V.DC ±2 g 0.6V/g AGS21631
±1.5 g 0.8V/g AGS21831
5 V.DC ±2 g 1V/g AGS21151
±1.5 g 1.333V/g AGS21351
Name Unit Absolute maximum ratings Remarks
Min. Typ. Max.
Max. applied voltage V –0.3 7 Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Storage temperature range °C °F –40 –40 85 185
Operation temperature range °C °F –40 –40 85 185
Anti-shock characteristic g 5,000
Types
Absolute Maximum Ratings
X-axis
Y-axis
: Direction of acceleration detection
Standard packing : Carton : 1,000 pcs.
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GS2 Sensor (AGS2)
−1.0 −0.5 0.0 0.5 1.0
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
Acceleration (g)
Output voltage (V)
−5
−4
−3
−2
−1
0
1
2
3
4
5
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
Sensitivity change (measured value) (%)
−100 −80 −60 −40 −20 20 40 60 80 1000
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
Inclination angle ( °)
Output voltage (V)
−100
−80
−60
−40
−20
0
20
40
60
80
100
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
Offset voltage change (measured value) (mg)
−5
−4
−3
−2
−1
0
1
2
3
4
5
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
Sensitivity change (measured value) (%)
−100
−80
−60
−40
−20
0
20
40
60
80
100
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
Offset voltage change (measured value) (mg)
Item Unit
Performance
Remarks
Min. Typ. Max.
AGS
21151 AGS
21351 AGS
21631 AGS
21831 AGS
21151 AGS
21351 AGS
21631 AGS
21831 AGS
21151 AGS
21351 AGS
21631 AGS
21831
Acceleration detection range
1g −2 −1.5 −2 −1.5 2 1.5 2 1.5
Operation power supply
voltage
V.DC
4.75 2.85 5 3 5.25 3.15
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
Current consumption mA 2 1.8 5 5
0g, Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Sensitivity V/g
0.975 1.3 0.585 0.78 1 1.333 0.6 0.8 1.025 1.366 0.615 0.82
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Offset voltage (0 g) V
2.44 2.42 1.464 1.452 2.5 1.5 2.56 2.58 1.536 1.548
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Temperature sensitivity
characteristic %−2 − 2
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
Offset voltage temperature
characteristic mg −55 55
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
Other axis sensitivity 2%−5 − 5
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Non-linearity 3
%FS
−1 − 1
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Turn-on time 4ms−10−
0g, Ta=25 °C 77 °F
C1=220 nF, C2, C3=27 nF
Frequency response
Hz
DC 60 −3 dB point,
C2=27 nF
Notes : 1 The acceleration unit “g” means 9.8 m/s2.
2 VDD typical value of each part number when nothing is specifi ed.
3 Maximum error from linear output that connects +2 g and –2 g output. (AGS21151, AGS21631)
Maximum error from linear output that connects +1.5 g and –1.5 g output. (AGS21351, AGS21831)
4
“C1” is a ceramic capacitor installed between the VDD and GND terminals. “C2” is a ceramic capacitor installed between the Vout (X) and Ext-Cap (X) terminals.
“C3” is a ceramic capacitor installed between the Vout (Y) and Ext-Cap (Y) terminals.
5
The frequency characteristics can be changed depending on the C2 and C3 capacitance value. Please refer to “Recommended circuit diagram” on the following
page. Note that the maximum frequency response is 60 Hz
1. Output characteristics
(AGS21151)
3.-2 Sensitivity temperature
characteristics Y-axis (5 V.DC)
2. Inclination angle - Output voltage
characteristics (AGS21151)
4.-1 Offset voltage temperature
characteristics X-axis (5 V.DC)
3.-1 Sensitivity temperature
characteristics X-axis (5 V.DC)
4.-2 Offset voltage temperature
characteristics Y-axis (5 V.DC)
Electrical Characteristics
Reference DataReference Data
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GS2 Sensor (AGS2)
Frequency (Hz)
1 10 60 100
−7.00
−6.00
−5.00
−4.00
−3.00
−2.00
−1.00
0.00
(C2,C3=27 nF)
Gain (dB)
4-0.08 4-0.42
4-0.003
4-0.017
P1.27×4
P0.500×4
1.2
0.047
10-0.5
10-0.020
1.6±0.2
0.063±0.008
Part
number
Lot number
6.2±0.2
0.244±0.008
8.5±0.2
0.335±0.008
8
7
1
8
7
1
141001
AGS21151
14
14
8.1±0.05
0.9
0.035
6.9
0.272
0.8 0.8
0.7
0.031 0.031
0.028
P1.27±0.05×4=5.08
0.319±0.002
P0.050±0.002×4=0.200
6.7±0.1
0.264±0.004
9.0±0.1
0.354±0.004
0.3±0.05
0.012±0.002
1.5±0.1 dia.
0.059+0.004 dia.
1.95±0.2
0.077±0.008
1.5+0.1 dia.
0
0.059
+0.004
dia.
0
12.0±0.1
4.0±0.1
1.75±0.15.5±0.05
0.069±0.004
0.217±0.002
12.0±0.2
0.472±0.008
2.0±0.05
0.472±.004
0.157±.004
0.079±0.002
141001
Direction of picking
AGS21151
141001
AGS21151
13.4±1
17.4±1
0.528±0.039
0.685±0.039
Embossed carrier tape
Top cover tape
80±1 dia.
3.150±0.039 dia.
21±0.8 dia. 0.827±0.031 dia.
13±0.2 dia. 0.512±0.008 dia.
2.0±0.5
0.079±0.020
80±1 dia.
3.150±0.039 dia.
254±2 dia.
10.000±0.079 dia.
Recommended Circuit Diagram
Packing Format (Tape And Reel)
Number Terminal Name
1NC
2GND
3NC
4Vout(X)
5Ext-Cap(X)
6GND
7NC
Number Terminal Name
8NC
9VDD
JExt-Cap(Y)
KVout(Y)
LNC
MNC
NNC
Leave terminal “NC (No. 1, 3, 7, 8 and 12 to 14)”
unconnected.
The No. 2 and No. 6 terminals are connected internally.
Dimensions
The CAD data of the products with a mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/
5. Frequency characteristics
Note : The frequency characteristics can be changed
depending on the C2,C3 capacitance value.
Please refer to “Recommended circuit diagram”
on the following page.
Recommended
PC board pad
unit : mm inch
5 V.DC
C1:
220 nF
Min.
VDD Vout(X) Sensor
Output(X)
Sensor
Output(Y)
Ext-Cap(X)
Vout(Y)
Ext-Cap(Y)
GND
C2 :
27 nF The frequency characteristics value can be changed
depending on the C2 and C3 capacitance value.
−3dB bandwidth is expressed in the formula below.
f-3dB=2π×(100 kΩ)×(C2 or C3)
1
C3 :
27 nF
Tape dimensions Dimensions of tape reel
General tolerance : ±0.1 ±0.04
General tolerance : ±0.1 ±0.04
unit : mm inch
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GS2 Sensor (AGS2)
T1
T2
T3
t1t2
NOTES
Before use, carefully check theperformance and
quality under actualuse conditions to enhance stability.
Mounting
Use the land of the printed-circuit boardon which
the sensor is securely fixed.
A large noise on the power supply may cause
malfunction. Place the recommended capacitor near
the sensor (within 20 mm 0.787 inch of the wiring
pattern length) between sensor input terminals
(VDD-GND) to secure power superimposed noise
resistance. Test with the actual machine and re-
select the capacitor with optimal capacitance.
Prevent the metal part of other electronic
components from contacting with the sensor
body as the upper face (where part numbers are
imprinted) of the sensor is GND.
Soldering
When soldering, avoid the external thermal
influence. Heat deformation may damage the
sensor or deteriorate its performance.
Use the non-corrosive rosin flux.
1) Manual soldering
Raise the temperature of the soldering tip
between 350 and 400 °C 662 and 752 °F
(30 and 60W) and solder within 3 seconds.
The sensor output may vary if the load is
applied on the terminal during soldering.
Keep the soldering tip clean.
2) Reflow soldering
Below are recommended temperature profiles/
conditions of reflow.
When printing cream solder, the screen
printing method is recommended.
For the foot pattern, see the recommended
diagram of the printed-circuit board.
Carefully align the terminal with the pattern
as self-alignment may not be reliable.
The temperature of the profile is the value
measured near the terminal on the printed-
circuit board.
After reflowing, when performing reflow
soldering on the back surface of the circuit
board, use an adhesive to fix the board.
3) Rework soldering
Complete rework at a time.
Use a flattened soldering tip when
performing rework on the solder bridge.
Do not add the flux.
• Keep the soldering tip below the temperature
described in the specifications.
4)
After soldering, do not apply stress on the soldered
part when cutting or bending the circuit board.
5) Prevent human hands or metal pieces from
contacting with the sensor terminal. Such
contact may cause anomalous outlets as the
terminal is exposed to the atmosphere.
6) After soldering, prevent chemical agents
from adhering to the sensor when applying
coating to avoid insulation deterioration of the
circuit board.3. Maximum applied pressure
The maximum pressure that can be applied
to the pressure sensor, after which, when
the pressure is returned to below the rated
pressure range, the specifications of the
pressure sensor are guaranteed.
T1 = 150 to 180 °C
302 to 356 °F
T2 = 230 °C 446 °F
T3 =
Below 250 °C 482 °F
t1 = 60 to 120 sec.
t2 =
Less than 30 sec.
Wire connection
Correctly wire as in the connection diagram.
Reverse connection may damage the product and
degrade the performance.
Do not connect wires with NC terminals. Such
connection may damage the sensor.
Cleaning
Avoid ultrasonic cleaning as this maycause
disconnection of the wire.
Environment
Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas (organic
solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen sulfide gases)
which negatively affects the product.
When installing the sensor, also install the
capacitor as in the connection diagram.
Use surge absorbers as applying the external
surge voltage may damage the internal circuit.
Malfunction may occur near electric noises from
static electricity, lightning, broadcast or amateur
radio stations and mobile phones.
Avoid use in a place where these products come
in contact with water.
• Avoid use in an environment where these products
cause dew condensation. When water attached to
the sensor chip freezes, the sensor output may be
fluctuated or damaged.
Do not apply high-frequency oscillation, such as
ultrasonic waves, to the product.
Other precautions
These specifications are for individual components.
Before use, carefully checkthe performance and quality
under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
Once the individual sensor is dropped, do not
use. Drop may cause functional disorders.
• Misconnection and the wrong acceleration sensing
range may invite the risk of accidents.
Ensure that using acceleration is within the rated range.
Use beyond the range may damage the product.
Follow the instructions below as static electricity
may damage the product.
(1) For storage and transportation, avoid plastic
containers which are easily electrified.
(2) When storing and transporting the sensor,
choose the environment where static electricity
is hardly generated (e.g., humidity between 45
and 60 %) and protect the product by using
electroconductive packaging materials.
(3)
Once unpacked, perform antistatic countermeasures.
Operators handling sensors must wear antistatic
cloths and human body grounding devices.
Cover the surface of workbench by electro-
conductive plates and ground measuring
instruments and jigs.
Use the soldering iron which has a small
leakage current or ground the soldering tip.
• Ground the assembling equipment.
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GS2 Sensor (AGS2)
(4) Use surge absorbers as applying the external
surge voltage may damage the internal circuit.
(surge resistance: power supply voltage as in
the absolute maximum rating)
Special notes
We exert maximum efforts for quality control of the
product, Please mind also about the following.
1) To prevent occurrence of unexpected
circumstances, please inform us of the
specifications of your product, customers,
use conditions and details of the attachment
position.
2) Have sufficient margin values of driving/
performance guarantee described in the
specifications and apply safety measures with
double circuits, if serious effects on human
lives or property are predicted due to a quality
failure of the product. Those countermeasures
are also for the product liability.
3) A warranty period is one year after the delivery
to your company. Quality assurance is limited
to the items and the scopes described
in the specifications. If a defect is found
after the delivery, we will promptly provide
a replacement or change/repair the defect
part at the place of delivery in good faith.
Exceptions are below.
Damages by a failure or a defect which
arose after the delivery.
After the delivery, when storing and
transporting, if conditions other than
conditions in the specifications are applied to
the product.
Damages by unforeseen phenomenon which
cannot be predicted with the technologies
available at the time of delivery.
Damages by natural and anthropogenic
disasters, such as earthquake, flood, fire
and war, which are beyond our reasonable
control.
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GS1 Sensor (AGS1)
Number of detectable axis (Method)
Package type/Size
1-axis Acceleration Sensor
(Electrostatic capacitance type)
:
1
Operation power supply
voltage/Output type
5 V.DC/Analog output
:
5
Type
Built-in ASIC
:
1
Ceramic package/6.2 × 8.5 mm
:
1:
:
Detection sensitivity
1 V/g
1.333 V/g
1
3
AGS 1 1 15
High-precision MEMS
1-axis acceleration sensor
GS1 SENSOR
High precision, high reliability : Offset temperature characteristics ±47 mg (Typ.)
High sensitivity : 1 to 1.333 V/g (5 V.DC)
RoHS compliant
Car navigation systems
Projectors (trapezoidal distortion correction)
Elevators, welfare equipment (inclination detection)
Features
Typical Applications
Ordering Information
Product name Operation power
supply voltage
Acceleration
detection range Detection sensitivity Part number
1-axis
Acceleration sensor GS1 5 V.DC ±2 g 1 V/g AGS11151
±1.5 g 1.333 V/g AGS11351
Name Unit Absolute maximum ratings Remarks
Min. Typ. Max.
Max. applied voltage V –0.3 7 Ta=25 °C 77 ° F
Storage temperature range °C ° F –40 –40 −85 185
Operation temperature range °C ° F –40 –40 −85 185
Anti-shock characteristic g 5,000
Types
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Standard packing : Carton : 1,000 pcs.
X-axis
: Direction of acceleration detection
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GS1 Sensor (AGS1)
−1.0 −0.5 0.0 0.5 1.0
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
Acceleration (g)
Output voltage (V)
−100
−80
−60
−40
−20
0
20
40
60
80
100
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
Offset voltage change (measured value) (mg)
−100 −80 −60 −40 −20 20 40 60 80 1000
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.0
Inclination angle ( °)
Output voltage (V)
Frequency (Hz)
1 10 60 100
−7.00
−6.00
−5.00
−4.00
−3.00
−2.00
−1.00
0.00
(C2=27 nF)
Gain (dB)
−5
−4
−3
−2
−1
0
1
2
3
4
5
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
Sensitivity change (measured value) (%)
Item Unit
Performance
RemarksMin. Typ. Max.
AGS21151 AGS21351 AGS21151 AGS21351 AGS21151 AGS21351
Acceleration detection range
1g −2 −1.5 2 1.5
Operation power supply
voltage
V.DC
4.75 5 5.25
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
Current consumption mA 2 5
0g, Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Sensitivity V/g 0.97 1.293 1 1.333 1.03 1.373
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Offset voltage (0 g) V 2.4 2.5 2.6
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Temperature sensitivity
characteristic %−4 − 4
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
Offset voltage temperature
characteristic mg −70 70
−40 °C to +85 °C
–40 °F to +185 °F
Other axis sensitivity 2%−5 − 5
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Non-linearity 3
%FS
−1 − 1
Ta=25 °C 77 °F
Turn-on time 4ms−10−
0g, Ta=25 °C 77 °F
C1=220 nF, C2=27 nF
Frequency response 5
Hz
DC 60 −3 dB point,
C2=27 nF
Notes : 1 The acceleration unit “g” means 9.8 m/s2.
2 VDD=5 V when there is no indication.
3 Maximum error from linear output that connects +2 g and –2 g output. (AGS11151)
Maximum error from linear output that connects +1.5 g and –1.5 g output. (AGS11351)
4
“C1” is a ceramic capacitor installed between the VDD and GND terminals. “C2” is a ceramic capacitor installed between the Vout and Ext-Cap terminals.
5 The frequency characteristics can be changed depending on the C2 capacitance value. Please refer to “Recommended circuit diagram” on the
following page. Note that the maximum frequency response is 200 Hz.
Electrical Characteristics
Note : The frequency characteristics can be
changed depending on the C2 capacitance
value. Please refer to “Recommended circuit
diagram” on the following page.
1. Output characteristics
(AGS11151)
2. Inclination angle - Output voltage
characteristics (AGS11151)
3. Sensitivity temperature
characteristics (5 V.DC)
4. Offset voltage temperature
characteristics (5 V.DC)
5. Frequency characteristics
Reference Data
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GS1 Sensor (AGS1)
6.7±0.1
0.264±0.004
9.0±0.1
0.354±0.004
0.3±0.05
0.012±0.002
1.5±0.1 dia.
0.059±0.004 dia.
1.95±0.2
0.077±0.008
12.0±0.1
4.0±0.1
1.75±0.15.5±0.05
12.0±0.2
0.069±0.004
0.217±0.002
0.472±0.008
2.0±0.05
0.472±0.004
0.157±0.004
0.079±0.002
141001
Direction of picking
AGS11151
141001
AGS11151
1.5+0.1 dia.
0
0.59
+0.004
dia.
0
13.4±1
17.4±1
0.528±0.039
0.685±0.039
Embossed carrier tape
Top cover tape
80±1 dia.
3.150±0.039 dia.
21±0.8 dia. 0.827±0.031 dia.
13±0.2 dia. 0.512±0.008 dia.
2.0±0.5
0.079±0.020
80±1 dia.
3.150±0.039 dia.
254±2 dia.
10.000±0.079 dia.
4-0.08 4-0.42
P1.27×4
P0.500×4
1.2
0.047
10-0.5
4-0.003
4-0.017 10-0.020
1.6±0.2
Lot number
6.2±0.2
0.063±0.008
0.244±0.008
8.5±0.2
0.335±0.008
8
7
1
8
7
1
141001
AGS11151
14
14
Part
number
8.1±0.05
0.9
0.035
6.9
0.272
0.8 0.8
0.7
0.031 0.031
0.028
P1.27±0.05×4=5.08
0.319±0.002
P0.050±0.002×4=0.200
Dimensions
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Tape dimensions Dimensions of tape reel
5 V.DC
C1:
220 nF
Min.
VDD Vout
GND Ext
-Cap
Sensor
Output
C2:
27 nF
The frequency characteristics value can be changed
depending on the C2 capacitance value.
-3dB bandwidth is expressed in the formula below.
f-3dB=2π×(100 kΩ)×C2
1
Recommended Circuit Diagram
Packing Format (Tape And Reel)
Number Terminal Name
1NC
2GND
3NC
4Vout
5Ext-Cap
6GND
7NC
Number Terminal Name
8NC
9VDD
JNC
KNC
LNC
MNC
NNC
Leave terminal “NC (No. 1, 3, 7, 8 and 10 to 14)”
unconnected.
The No. 2 and No. 6 terminals are connected internally.
General tolerance : ±0.1 ±0.04
General tolerance : ±0.1 ±0.04
unit : mm inch
unit : mm inch
Recommended
PC board pad
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GS1 Sensor (AGS1)
T1
T2
T3
t1t2
NOTES
Before use, carefully check the performance and
quality under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
Mounting
• Use the land of the printed-circuit board on which
the sensor is securely fixed.
A large noise on the power supply may cause
malfunction. Place the recommended capacitor
near the sensor (within 20 mm 0.787 inch
of the wiring patternlength) between sensor
input terminals (VDD-GND) to secure power
superimposed noise resistance. Test with the
actual machine and re-select the capacitor with
optimal capacitance.
Prevent the metal part of other electronic
components from contacting with the sensor
body as the upper face (where part numbers are
imprinted) of the sensor is GND.
Soldering
When soldering, avoid the external thermal
influence. Heat deformation may damage the
sensor or deteriorate its performance.
Use the non-corrosive rosin flux.
1) Manual soldering
Raise the temperature of the soldering tip
between 350 and 400 °C 662 and 752 °F
(30 and 60 W) and solder within 3 seconds.
The sensor output may vary if the load is
applied on the terminal during soldering.
Keep the soldering tip clean.
2) Reflow soldering
Below are recommended temperature profiles/
conditions of reflow.
When printing cream solder, the screen
printing method is recommended.
For the foot pattern, see the recommended
diagram of the printed-circuit board.
Carefully align the terminal with the pattern
as self-alignment may not be reliable.
The temperature of the profile is the value
measured near the terminal on the printed-
circuit board.
After reflowing, when performing reflow
soldering on the back surface of the circuit
board, use an adhesive to fix the board.
3) Rework soldering
Complete rework at a time.
Use a flattened soldering tip when
performing rework on the solder bridge.
Do not add the flux.
• Keep the soldering tip below the temperature
described in the specifications.
4) After soldering, do not apply stress on the
soldered part when cutting or bending the
circuit board.
5) Prevent human hands or metal pieces from
contacting with the sensor terminal. Such
contact may cause anomalous outlets as the
terminal is exposed to the atmosphere.
6) After soldering, prevent chemical agents from
adhering to the sensor when applying coating
to avoid insulation deterioration of the circuit
board.
T1 = 150 to 180 °C
302 to 356 °F
T2 = 230 °C 446 °F
T3 =
Below 250 °C 482 °F
t1 = 60 to 120 sec.
t2 =
Less than 30 sec.
Wire connection
Correctly wire as in the connection diagram.
Reverse connection may damage the product and
degrade the performance.
Do not connect wires with NC terminals. Such
connection may damage the sensor.
Cleaning
Avoid ultrasonic cleaning as this may cause
disconnection of the wire.
Environment
Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas
(organic solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen
sulfide gases) which negatively affects the product.
When installing the sensor, also install the
capacitor as in the connection diagram.
Use surge absorbers as applying the external
surge voltage may damage the internal circuit.
• Malfunction may occur near electric noises from
static electricity, lightning, broadcast or amateur
radio stations and mobile phones.
Avoid use in a place where these products come
in contact with water.
• Avoid use in an environment where these products
cause dew condensation. When water attached to
the sensor chip freezes, the sensor output may be
fluctuated or damaged.
Do not apply high-frequency oscillation, such as
ultrasonic waves, to the product.
Other precautions
These specifications are for individual components.
Before use, carefully check the performance and quality
under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
Once the individual sensor is dropped, do not
use. Drop may cause functional disorders.
• Misconnection and the wrong acceleration sensing
range may invite the risk of accidents.
Ensure that using acceleration is within the rated range.
Use beyond the range may damage the product.
Follow the instructions below as static electricity
may damage the product.
(1) For storage and transportation, avoid plastic
containers which are easily electrified.
(2) When storing and transporting the sensor,
choose the environment where static electricity
is hardly generated (e.g., humidity between 45
and 60 %) and protect the product by using
electroconductive packaging materials.
(3)
Once unpacked, perform antistatic countermeasures.
Operators handling sensors must wear
antistatic cloths and human body grounding
devices.
Cover the surface of workbench by electro-
conductive plates and ground measuring
instruments and jigs.
Use the soldering iron which has a small
leakage current or ground the soldering tip.
Ground the assembling equipment.
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GS1 Sensor (AGS1)
(4) Use surge absorbers as applying the external
surge voltage may damage the internal circuit.
(surge resistance: power supply voltage as in
the absolute maximum rating)
Special notes
We exert maximum efforts for quality control of the
product, Please mind also about the following.
1) To prevent occurrence of unexpected
circumstances, please inform us of the
specifications of your product, customers,
use conditions and details of the attachment
position.
2) Have sufficient margin values of driving/
performance guarantee described in the
specifications and apply safety measures with
double circuits, if serious effects on human
lives or property are predicted due to a quality
failure of the product. Those countermeasures
are also for the product liability.
3) A warranty period is one year after the
delivery to your company. Quality assurance is
limited to the items and the scopes described
in the specifications. If a defect is found
after the delivery, we will promptly provide
a replacement or change/repair the defect
part at the place of delivery in good faith.
Exceptions are below.
Damages by a failure or a defect which
arose after the delivery.
After the delivery, when storing and
transporting, if conditions other than
conditions in the specifications are applied to
the product.
Damages by unforeseen phenomenon which
cannot be predicted with the technologies
available at the time of delivery.
Damages by natural and anthropogenic
disasters, such as earthquake, flood, fire
and war, which are beyond our reasonable
control.
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AGF1
Number of detectable axis (Method)
Installation type
1-axis accleration sensor
(Electrostatic capacitance type)
:
1
Operation power supply voltage
5 V.DC
12 V.DC
24 V.DC
:
:
:
1
2
3
Installation direction type
Horizontal type
:
1Direct mount
Bracket
:
:
0
1
:
:
Detection sensitivity
0.136 V/(m/s2) (1.333 V/g)
0.306 V/(m/s2) (3.0 V/g)
3
7
AGF 1 1
Electrostatic capacitance detection sensor
1-axis acceleration sensor
GF1
High precision, High reliability : Superior offset voltage temperature characteristics (±33 mg (Typ.))
High sensitivity : 1.333 to 3.0 V/g
Compact size : 58×36.5×33 mm 2.283×1.437×1.299 inch (Direct-mount type)
RoHS compliant
Automobiles : 4WD-ABS control, neutral control, idling stop system and suspension control
Special vehicles : Inclination detection (for enhanced safety and operating ef ciency) of agricultural
machine, construction machine and welfare vehicles
Photovoltaic generation : Sun tracking panels
Features
Typical Applications
Ordering Information
Product Types
Product name Unit
Absolute maximum ratings
Remarks
AGF1□□11
(Power supply: 5 V.DC type)
AGF1□□21
(Power supply: 12 V.DC type)
AGF1□□31
(Power supply: 24 V.DC type)
Maximum allowable voltage V.DC 7 16 30
Max. Ta=25 °C 68 °F
Maximum applied
acceleration
AGF131g15 Max.
AGF1715 Max.
Storage temperature range °C °F −30 to 85 –22 to 185
Operation temperature range °C °F −30 to 85 –22 to 185
Anti-shock characteristic g 5,000 Max.
Grade of protection IP67
Product name
Operation power
supply voltage
Acceleration detection
range Detection sensitivity Installation
type Part number
1-axis
accleration sensor
GF1
5 V.DC ±11.76 m/s2 (±1.2 g) 0.136 V/(m/s2) (1.333 V/g) Bracket AGF11311
±4.9 m/s2 (±0.5g) 0.306 V/(m/s2) (3.0 V/g) Direct mount AGF10711
12 V.DC ±11.76 m/s2 (±1.2 g) 0.136 V/(m/s2) (1.333 V/g) Direct mount AGF10321
±4.9 m/s2 (±0.5g) 0.306 V/(m/s2) (3.0 V/g) Direct mount AGF10721
24 V.DC ±11.76 m/s2 (±1.2 g) 0.136 V/(m/s2) (1.333 V/g) Direct mount AGF10331
±4.9 m/s2 (±0.5g) 0.306 V/(m/s2) (3.0 V/g) Direct mount AGF10731
Note : Performance when matching connector is connected.
Carton : 80 pcs. (Bracket), 150 pcs. (Direct mount)
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Direct mount Bracket
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AGF1
Item Unit
Performance
Remarks
AGF1□□11
(Power supply: 5 V.DC type)
AGF1□□21
(Power supply: 12 V.DC type)
AGF1□□31
(Power supply: 24 V.DC type)
Operation power supply voltage
V.DC 5 V.DC±5 % 12 V.DC±10 % 24 V.DC±10 % −30 °C to +85 °C
–22 °F to +185 °F
Acceleration detection range
1g (°) ±1.2 (90)
Current consumption mA 10 15
0g, Ta=20 °C 68 °F, Max.
Sensitivity V/g 1.333±3 % −30 °C to +85 °C
–22 °F to +185 °F
Offset voltage (0g) V 2.5±0.1 Ta=20 °C 68 °F
Offset voltage temperature
characteristic V ±0.093 −30 °C to +85 °C
–22 °F to +185 °F
Other axis sensitivity % ±5 Ta=20 °C 68 °F
Non-linearity 2%FS ±1 Ta=20 °C 68 °F
Frequency response Hz 10 to 15 –3 dB point
Clamping voltage VH 3
V
4.5 − Typ.
Clamping voltage VL 3
V
0.5 − Typ.
Note : 1 The acceleration unit “g” means 9.8 m/s2.
2 Maximum error from linear output that connects +1.2 g and –1.2 g output. (AGF131)
Maximum error from linear output that connects +0.5 g and –0.5 g output. (AGF171)
3 The 12 V and 24 V.DC operating power supply voltage types can also be compatible with the clamping voltage. Please consult us.
AGF131 (Sensitivity : 1.333 V/g type)
Item Unit
Performance
Remarks
AGF1□□11
(Power supply: 5 V.DC type)
AGF1□□21
(Power supply: 12 V.DC type)
AGF1□□31
(Power supply: 24 V.DC type)
Operation power supply voltage
V.DC 5 V.DC±5 % 12 V.DC±10 % 24 V.DC±10 % −30 °C to +85 °C
–22 °F to +185 °F
Acceleration detection range
1g (°) ±0.5 (30)
Current consumption mA 10 15
0g, Ta=20 °C 68 °F, Max.
Sensitivity V/g 3.0±3 % −30 °C to +85 °C
–22 °F to +185 °F
Offset voltage (0g) V 2.5±0.1 Ta=20 °C 68 °F
Offset voltage temperature
characteristic V ±0.21 −30 °C to +85 °C
–22 °F to +185 °F
Other axis sensitivity % ±5 Ta=20 °C 68 °F
Non-linearity 2%FS ±1 Ta=20 °C 68 °F
Frequency response Hz 10 to 15 –3 dB point
Clamping voltage VH 3
V
4.5 − Typ.
Clamping voltage VL 3
V
0.5 − Typ.
AGF171 (Sensitivity : 3.0 V/g type)
Electrical Characteristics
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AGF1
−2.0 −1.0−1.5 −0.5 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
0.5
0.0
1.0
2.0
1.5
2.5
3.5
3.0
4.0
5.0
4.5
Acceleration (G)
Output voltage (V)
AGF11311
AGF10711
−100
−75
−50
−25
0
25
50
75
100
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
Offset voltage change (measured value) (mg)
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
Temperature (°C °F)
−100−80 −60 −40 −20 20 40 60 80 1000
0.0
1.5
0.5
1.0
2.0
2.5
3.0
3.5
4.5
4.0
5.0
Inclination angle ( °)
AGF11311
AGF10711
Output voltage (V)
Frequency (Hz)
1 10 60 100
−20
−18
−16
−14
−12
−10
−8
−6
−4
−2
0
Gain (dB)
−5
−4
−3
−2
−1
0
1
2
3
4
5
−40 −4 +32 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
−40 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100
Temperature (°C °F)
Sensitivity change (measured value) (%)
1. Output characteristics
4. Offset voltage temperature
characteristics
2. Inclination angle - Output voltage
characteristics
5. Frequency characteristics
3. Sensitivity temperature
characteristics
Reference Data
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AGF1
33
6
1.299
0.236
28
1.102
Vout
GND VDD
44±0.5
1.732±0.020
58
2.283
2-7 dia.
2-0.275 dia.
36.5
1.437
Detection axis
JAPAN
100610
61.8
2.433
85
3.346
40
1.575
6.5 dia.
0.256 dia.
AGF11311
Part No.
Lot No.
28
1.102
37
1.457
GND
Vout
VDD
Detection axis
Sensor
Output
VDD
VDD
RL
GND
Vout
RL=Load resistance (Min.50 kΩ)
Direct mount (AGF10□□1)
Bracket (AGF11□□1)
Matching connector:
Manufacturing company : Yazaki Corporation
Housing : 7283-8730-30
Matching connector :
Manufacturing company : Yazaki Corporation
Housing: 7283-8730-30
unit : mm inch
unit : mm inch
Dimensions
The CAD data of the products with a mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/
Wiring Diagram
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AGF1
NOTES
Before using the products, carefully check the
quality under actual use conditions to enhance
stability.
Wire connection
Correctly wire as in the connection diagram.
Reverse connection may damage the product and
degrade the performance.
Cleaning
Avoid ultrasonic cleaning as this may cause
disconnection of the wire.
Environment
Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas
(organic solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen
sulfide gases) which negatively affects the
product.
Use surge absorbers as applying the external
surge voltage may damage the internal circuit.
Malfunction may occur near electric noises from
static electricity, lightning, broadcast or amateur
radio stations and mobile phones.
• Avoid use in an environment where these products
cause dew condensation. When water attached to
the sensor chip freezes, the sensor output may be
fluctuated or damaged.
Do not apply high-frequency oscillation, such as
ultrasonic waves, to the product.
Do not use in direct sunlight or other comparable
light.
Other precautions
These specifications are for individual components.
Before use, carefully check the performance and
quality under actual use conditions to enhance
stability.
Misconnection and the wrong range of
acceleration detection may invite the risk of
accidents.
Avoid use beyond the specified acceleration
range, as such use may damage the product.
Carefully handle as static electricity may damage
the product.
Special notes
We exert maximum efforts for quality control of the
product, Please mind also about the following.
1) To prevent occurrence of unexpected
circumstances, please inform us of the
specifications of your product, customers,
use conditions and details of the attachment
position.
2) Have sufficient margin values of driving/
performance guarantee described in the
specifications and apply safety measures with
double circuits, if serious effects on human
lives or property are predicted due to a quality
failure of the product. Those countermeasures
are also for the product liability.
3) A warranty period is one year after the delivery
to your company. Quality assurance is limited
to the items and the scopes described in the
specifications.
If a defect is found after the delivery, we will
promptly provide a replacement or change/
repair the defect part at the place of delivery
in good faith. Exceptions are below.
Damages by a failure or a defect which
arose after the delivery.
After the delivery, when storing and
transporting, if conditions other than
conditions in the specifications are applied to
the product.
Damages by unforeseen phenomenon which
cannot be predicted with the technologies
available at the time of delivery.
Damages by natural and anthropogenic
disasters, such as earthquake, flood, fire
and war, which are beyond our reasonable
control.
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Light Sensor (AMS3)
Photo IC type
high sensitive light sensor
Built-in optical fi lter : visibility characteristics close to human visibility
Liner photocurrent output proportionating to the brightness of surrounding environment
Environmentally-friendly silicon chip
RoHS compliant
Types
Ratings
Features
Automatic lighting of lighting apparatus (domestic lighting, security light)
Day and night power saving operation of domestic appliances
Brightness detection of wall clocks (radio clocks)
Absolute maximum ratings (Measuring condition: ambient temperature: 25 °C 77 °F)
Recommended operating condition
Typical Applications
Through-hole type
Type (shape) Photocurrent Part No.
Tape and reel package Baggage package
Through-hole type 260 µAAMS302T AMS302
Item Symbol Absolute maximum ratings Remarks
Reverse voltage VR−0.5 V.DC to 8 V.DC
Photocurrent IL5 mA
Power dissipation P 40 mW
Operating temperature Topr
−30 °C to 85 °C –22 °F to +185 °F
Non-condensing at low temperatures
Storage temperature Tstg
−40 °C to 100 °C –40 °F to +212 °F
Non-condensing at low temperatures
Item Symbol AMS302 Remarks
Reverse voltage Minimum VR
1.5 V.DC
Maximum 6 V.DC
Note: Ev = 100 lx (Ev : Brightness, Fluorescent lamp is used as light source)
Standard packing : Tape and reel package Through-hole type : Carton : 2,000 pcs.; Case: 2,000 pcs.
Baggage package Through-hole type : Carton : 500 pcs.; Case: 1,000 pcs.
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Light Sensor (AMS3)
0 20 40 60 80 100
0
10
15
5
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
Ambient temperature (°C)
AMS302
Power dissipation (mW)
10 100 100001000
1
10
1
100
1000
10000
0.1
Brightness (lx)
AMS302
Photocurrent (µA)
500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100
400300
0
0.2
0.1
0.4
0.6
0.8
0.3
0.5
0.7
0.9
1.0
human visibility
AMS302
Wavelength (nm)
Relative sensitivity
0−20−40 20 40 60 80 100
+32−4
−40 +68 +104 +140 +176 +212
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.4
Ambient temperature (°C °F)
AMS302
Relative photocurrent
40 60 1008020 +104 +140 +212+176+68
0.01
0.1
1
10
0.001
0.0001
Ambient temperature (°C °F)
AMS302
Dark current (µA)
3201 45678
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1.0
1.2
Reverse voltage (V.DC)
AMS302
Relative photocurrent
IF
VO
tf
tr
90 %
10 %
White LED
Cathode
Anode
VCC
AMS✽✽✽
IF
RL
VO
VRAMS302 : 2.5 V
Electrical and optical characteristics (Measuring condition: ambient temperature: 25 °C 77 °F)
Item Symbol AMS302 Condition
Peak sensitivity wavelength
lp580 nm
Photocurrent 1
Minimum
IL1
9.1 A
VR=5 V.DC, Ev=5 lx 1
Typical 13 A
Maximum 16.9 A
Photocurrent 2
Minimum
IL2
182 A
VR=5 V.DC, Ev=100 lx 2
Typical 260 A
Maximum 338 A
Photocurrent 3 Typical IL3 500 A VR=5 V.DC, Ev=100 lx 2
Dark current Maximum ID0.3 A VR=5 V.DC, Ev=0 lx
Switching
time
Rise time Typical tr8.5 ms Vcc=5.0 V.DC, V0=2.5 V.DC, RL=5 kΩ
Fall time Typical tf8.5 ms
Note : 1 Fluorescent lamp is used as light source. Ev = Brightness
2 CIE standard illuminant ‘A’ is used as light source.
[Measuring method for switching time]
1.
Power dissipation vs. ambient temperature
characteristics
4.
Photocurrent vs. brightness characteristics
Light source : Fluorescent lamp
Reverse voltage : 5 V.DC
Ambient temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
2. Relative sensitivity vs. wavelength
characteristics
Reverse voltage : 5 V.DC
Ambient temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
5.
Relative photocurrent vs. ambient
temperature characteristics
Light source : Fluorescent lamp, Brightness : 100 lx
Reverse voltage : 5 V.DC
3.
Dark current vs. ambient temperature
characteristics
Reverse voltage : 5 V.DC
5.
Relative photocurrent vs. reverse voltage
characteristics
Light source : Fluorescent lamp, Brightness : 100 lx
Ambient temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
Reference Data
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Light Sensor (AMS3)
1001010.1 1000
0.1
1
10
100
Resistive load (kΩ)
AMS302 tr
AMS302 tf
Switching time (ms)
1
AMP
2
2Cathode
1Anode
−+
4.3±0.2
(2.54)
(0.100)
(1.0)
0.169±0.008
(0.039)
2-0.5
2-0.020
34±3
1.339±0.118
Max.1.5
(2.5)
(0.098)
Max. 1.0
Max.0.039
9.1
(1.0)
(.039)
(0.17)
(0.007)
1.0
Max.0.059
0.358
0.039
2
1
1 Anode : −
2 Cathode : +
DETECTION AREA
5.0±0.2 dia.
0.197±.008 dia.
5.8 dia.
0.228 dia.
7. Switching time vs. resistive load
characteristics
Light source : White LED
Power voltage : 5 V.DC
Resistive load voltage : 2.5 V.DC
Ambient temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
Dimensions
The CAD data of the products with a mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/
General tolerance : ±0.5 ±0.020
unit : mm inch
Safety Precautions
Follow the instructions to prevent injuries and
accidents.
Avoid use beyond the specifications.
Such use may generate abnormal heat, smoke and fire.
Correctly connect terminals according to the pin
arrangement in the specifications. Misconnection
may invite unexpected malfunction, abnormal heat,
smoke and fire.
For safety-sensitive use, arrange appropriate
protective circuits and protection devices.
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Light Sensor (AMS3)
T1
T2
t1t2t3
CAUTIONS FOR USE
Applying stress beyond absolute maximum rating
When voltage and current values of each terminal
exceed absolute maximum rating, overvoltage and
overcurrent may deteriorate the internal element. In
extreme cases, such excess may melt wires or damage
the silicon P/N junction. Design the product not to
exceed the absolute maximum rating even momentarily.
Deterioration and damage by static electricity discharge
The phenomenon, deteriorating the internal element, is
generally called electrostatic breakdown. It is caused by
discharge of static electricity, arisen from multiple factors,
to each terminal. Once unpacked, perform antistatic
countermeasures and follow the instructions below.
1) Operators must wear antistatic cloths and human
body grounding devices, and have the protective
resistance of between 500 kΩ and 1 MΩ.
2) Cover the surface of workbench by electro-
conductive metal plates and ground measuring
instruments and jigs.
3) Use the soldering iron which has a small
leakage current or ground the soldering
tip. (The soldering iron for a low voltage is
recommended)
4) Ground the assembling equipment.
5) When packing printed-circuit boards and
devices, avoid polymeric materials, which
have electrification characteristics, such as
expanded polystyrene and plastic.
6) When storing and transporting the sensor,
choose the environment where static electricity
is hardly generated (e.g., humidity between 45
and 60 %) and protect the product by using
electroconductive packaging materials.
When the power is supplied, the current fl owing into the
sensor varies in order to stabilize the internal circuit.
Storage
The sensor is in the transparent resin package. Due to
its sensitivity to humidity, the package is moisture-proof.
When storing the sensor, follow the instructions below.
1) Promptly use after opening. (within a week,
below 30 °C 86 °F/60 % R.H.)
2) Once unpacked, preserving in a moisture-proof
manner, such as keeping in a moisture-proof
bag with silica gels, is recommended for long-
term storage. (use within 3 months)
3) Extremely bad storage conditions may
deteriorate solderability or characteristics,
and defect the appearance. Recommended
conditions of the storage place are below.
Temperature : 0 to 30 °C 32 to 86 °F
Humidity : Below 60% R.H. (Avoid freezing
and dew condensation)
Atmosphere: Low-dust and free from noxious
chemicals such as sulfurous acid gas
During soldering, when adding thermal stress
in a moisture absorbing state, moisture
evaporates, swells and generates stress to
the internal package. To avoid swellings and
cracks in the surface of the package, follow
soldering conditions below.
Recommended soldering conditions
<Through-hole type>
1) Recommended conditions
(1) Double-wave soldering method
T1 = 120 °C 248 °F
T2 = Below 260 °C 500 °F
t2 = Less than 120 sec.
t2+t3 = Less than 6 sec.
(2) Soldering method
Tip temperature : 350 to 400 °C 662 to 752 °F
Wattage : 30 to 60 W
Soldering time : Less than 3 sec.
2) Keep the soldering part at a distance of 3 mm
0.118 inch or more from the root of the lead.
Mounting
1) When various packages are on one circuit board,
temperature rise of the lead largely depends
on the package size. Keep temperature of the
soldered terminals of the products below the
previously mentioned specifications. Before use,
check the performance with actual equipment.
2)
If mounting conditions are beyond the
specifications above, such use may decrease the
resin strength, increase mismatching in the thermal
expansion coefficient of each component material,
generate cracks in the package and break the
bonding wire. Please consult us before use.
Cleaning
For flux cleaning, immersion cleaning by ASAHIKLIN
AK-225 is recommended. If using ultrasonic cleaning for
unavoidable reasons, implementation conditions should
not be beyond the specifications below. Before use,
check and ensure that there is no defect.
Frequency : 27 to 29 kHz
Ultrasonic outlet : Below 0.25W/cm2
Cleaning time : Less than 30 sec.
Cleaning solvent : ASAHIKLIN AK-225
Others : I n order to prevent the
printedcircuit board and
elements from contacting with
ultrasonic oscillator, clean
the flux while the sensor is
suspended in the solution.
Ultrasonic outlet per unit area (bottom area) of
cleaning tank
Transportation
Excessive vibration during transport may deform the
lead or damage the sensor. Carefully handle the
exterior and interior boxes.
Avoid use in the highly-humid or dusty environment,
the corrosive gas, an environment where organic
solvent can be adhered.
Lead-forming and cuttings
1) Before soldering, perform lead forming at
normal temperature.
2) When forming or cutting the lead, keep the spot at
a distance of 3 mm 0.118 inch or more from the
root of the lead.
3) When forming and cutting, fix the root of the lead.
4) Avoid mounting which may cause stress on the
root of the lead.
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Light Sensor (AMS3)
D
0
ΔpΔh
H
L
F
P2P
P0
W
W
W0W2
1
Anode side Cathode side
Note : Zigzag tape style is used.
The following shows the packaging format
Through-hole type tape and reel (mm inch)
Type Tape dimensions
Light sensor
NaPiCa
Through-hole type
AMS302T
Term Symbol Explanation
Reverse voltage VRThe applied voltage between the cathode and anode.
Photocurrent ILThe current that fl ows between the cathode and anode when light is applied.
Power dissipation P The electric power loss that occurs between the cathode and anode.
Operating temperature Topr
The workable ambient temperature range at which normal operation is possible
under the condition of a prescribed allowable loss.
Storage temperature Tstg
The ambient temperature range at which the sensor can be left or stored without
applying voltage.
Peak sensitivity wavelength
lpThe wavelength of light at which sensitivity is at its maximum.
Dark current ID
The current between the cathode and anode when reverse voltage is applied during
darkness.
Rise time trTime required for the output waveform to rise from 10 % to 90 % when light is applied.
Fall time tfTime required for the output waveform to fall from 90 % to 10 % when light is cut.
Light Sensor NaPiCa terminology
Item
Symbol
Dimensions
Remarks
Feed hole
pitch P0
12.7±0.3
0.500±0.012
Product interval
pitch
P12.7±1.0
0.500±0.039
Product
distance P2
6.35±1.3
0.250±0.051
Product bottom
distance
H20.5±1.0
0.807±0.039
Lead interval F 2.54±0.5
0.100±0.020
Product slant Δh0±1.0
0±0.039
Product tilt Δp0±1.0
0±0.039
Tape width W 18.0+1.0
0.709+0.039
Holding tape
width W0
13.0±0.3
0.512±0.012
Feed hole
position W1 9.0+0.75
0.354+0.030
Holding tape
distance W2
0 to 0.5
0 to 0.020
Feed hole
diameter D0
3.8±0.2
0.150±0.008
Tape
thickness t0.5±0.2
0.020±0.008
Included holding
tape thickness
Defective product
cutoff position
L
Max:11.0
Max:0.433
−0.5
−0.020
−0.020
−0.50
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:
:
:
Detection distance type
(shape)
Short type
Middle type
Long type
1
2
3
:
:
:
Classification by
output method & mounting direction
NPN open collector/H type
NPN open collector/V type
PNP open collector/V type
0
5
6
:
:
Operating voltage
Free-ranging power type
(5.5 V.DC to 27 V.DC)
5V.DC type
(4.5 V.DC to 5.5 V.DC)
2
9
:
:
Triggering function
External triggering
type
Built-in oscillation
circuit type
(Internal trigger)
1
4
:
A
:
BA
AM
Thin short type
MA Motion sensor
MA Motion sensor
Rated detection distance
Active infrared
(area refl ective)
human detection sensor
MA MOTION SENSOR
Reliable detection hardly infl uenced by refl ectivity of targeted objects
Ready-to-use with DC power source (built-in oscillation circuit type)
Capability to adjoin sensors
RoHS compliant
Equipment around water: automatic lighting of wash-units, toilets, automatic fl ush
Stores and fi nancial markets: automatic doors, lighting, ATM, visitor sensors
Amusement equipment: seating detection for pachinko machines, game displays
Medical equipment markets: noncontact switches
Thin short type
(Mounting direction : V type)
Part No.
Type
02 03 04 05 06 07
08
(Middle type
does not
need 08)
09
10
(Short type
does not
need 10)
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20
(Long type
does not
need 20)
Thin short
type –––5
1.969
––––
10
3.937
––––
15
5.906
–––––
Short type 5
1.969
6
2.362
7
2.756
8
3.150
9
3.543
10
3.937
––––––––––
Middle type 20
7.874
30
11.811
40
15.748
50
19.685
60
23.622
70
27.559
80
31.496
––––––––––––
Long type 30
11.811
40
15.748
50
19.685
60
23.622
70
27.559
80
31.496
90
35.443
100
39.37
110
43.307
120
47.244
130
51.181
140
55.118
150
59.055
160
62.992
170
66.929
180
70.866
190
74.803
200
78.74
Short type
(Mounting direction : H type)
Long type
(Mounting direction : H type)
Long type
(Mounting direction : V type)
Middle type
(Mounting direction : H type)
Features
Typical Applications
Ordering Information
Unit : cm inch
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Detection distance type (distance limited)
1) Thin short type (V type)
Operating voltage Output method Rated detection
distance
Built-in oscillation circuit type External triggering type
Part No. Part No.
4.5 V.DC to 5.5 V.DC
NPN open
collector output
5 cm
1.969 inch AMA145905 AMA115905
10 cm 3.937 inch AMA1459 AMA1159
15 cm 5.906 inch AMA145915 AMA115915
PNP open
collector output
5 cm
1.969 inch AMA146905 AMA116905
10 cm 3.937 inch AMA1469 AMA1169
15 cm 5.906 inch AMA146915 AMA116915
Note: If using multiple sensors adjacently or reducing power consumption, contact us for the optimal external trigger type.
2) Short type (H type)
3) Middle type (H type)
Rated operating
voltage
Rated detection
distance
Mounting direction : H type
Short type
Built-in oscillation circuit type External triggering type
Part No. Part No.
4.5 V.DC to 5.5 V.DC
5 cm
1.969 inch AMBA140905 AMBA110905
6 cm
2.362 inch AMBA140906 AMBA110906
7 cm
2.756 inch AMBA140907 AMBA110907
8 cm
3.150 inch AMBA140908 AMBA110908
9 cm
3.543 inch AMBA140909 AMBA110909
10 cm 3.937 inch AMBA1409 AMBA1109
5.5 V.DC to 27 V.DC
5 cm
1.969 inch AMBA140205 AMBA110205
6 cm
2.362 inch AMBA140206 AMBA110206
7 cm
2.756 inch AMBA140207 AMBA110207
8 cm
3.150 inch AMBA140208 AMBA110208
9 cm
3.543 inch AMBA140209 AMBA110209
10 cm 3.937 inch AMBA1402 AMBA1102
Rated operating
voltage
Rated detection
distance
Mounting direction : H type
Middle type
Built-in oscillation circuit type External triggering type
Part No. Part No.
4.5 V.DC to 5.5 V.DC
20 cm 7.874 inch AMBA240902 AMBA210902
30 cm 11.811 inch AMBA240903 AMBA210903
40 cm 15.748 inch AMBA240904 AMBA210904
50 cm 19.685 inch AMBA240905 AMBA210905
60 cm 23.622 inch AMBA240906 AMBA210906
70 cm 27.559 inch AMBA240907 AMBA210907
80 cm 31.496 inch AMBA2409 AMBA2109
5.5 V.DC to 27 V.DC
20 cm 7.874 inch AMBA240202 AMBA210202
30 cm 11.811 inch AMBA240203 AMBA210203
40 cm 15.748 inch AMBA240204 AMBA210204
50 cm 19.685 inch AMBA240205 AMBA210205
60 cm 23.622 inch AMBA240206 AMBA210206
70 cm 27.559 inch AMBA240207 AMBA210207
80 cm 31.496 inch AMBA2402 AMBA2102
Note: If using multiple sensors adjacently or reducing power consumption, contact us for the optimal external trigger type.
Standard packing: Carton: 20 pcs.; Case: 200 pcs.
Standard packing: Carton: 20 pcs.; Case: 200 pcs.
Standard packing: Carton: 20 pcs.; Case: 200 pcs.
Note: If using multiple sensors adjacently or reducing power consumption, contact us for the optimal external trigger type.
Product Types
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4) Long type
Rated operating
voltage
Rated detection
distance
Mounting direction : H type Mounting direction: V type
Long type
Built-in oscillation
circuit type
External triggering
type
Built-in oscillation
circuit type
External triggering
type
Part No. Part No. Part No. Part No.
4.5 V.DC to 5.5 V.DC
30 cm 11.811 inch
AMBA340903 AMBA310903 AMBA345903 AMBA315903
40 cm 15.748 inch
AMBA340904 AMBA310904 AMBA345904 AMBA315904
50 cm 19.685 inch
AMBA340905 AMBA310905 AMBA345905 AMBA315905
60 cm 23.622 inch
AMBA340906 AMBA310906 AMBA345906 AMBA315906
70 cm 27.559 inch
AMBA340907 AMBA310907 AMBA345907 AMBA315907
80 cm 31.496 inch
AMBA340908 AMBA310908 AMBA345908 AMBA315908
90 cm 35.433 inch
AMBA340909 AMBA310909 AMBA345909 AMBA315909
100 cm 39.370 inch
AMBA340910 AMBA310910 AMBA345910 AMBA315910
110 cm 43.307 inch
AMBA340911 AMBA310911 AMBA345911 AMBA315911
120 cm 47.244 inch
AMBA340912 AMBA310912 AMBA345912 AMBA315912
130 cm 51.181 inch
AMBA340913 AMBA310913 AMBA345913 AMBA315913
140 cm 55.118 inch
AMBA340914 AMBA310914 AMBA345914 AMBA315914
150 cm 59.055 inch
AMBA340915 AMBA310915 AMBA345915 AMBA315915
160 cm 62.992 inch
AMBA340916 AMBA310916 AMBA345916 AMBA315916
170 cm 66.929 inch
AMBA340917 AMBA310917 AMBA345917 AMBA315917
180 cm 70.866 inch
AMBA340918 AMBA310918 AMBA345918 AMBA315918
190 cm 74.803 inch
AMBA340919 AMBA310919 AMBA345919 AMBA315919
200 cm 78.740 inch
AMBA3409 AMBA3109 AMBA3459 AMBA3159
5.5 V.DC to 27 V.DC
30 cm 11.811 inch
AMBA340203 AMBA310203 AMBA345203 AMBA315203
40 cm 15.748 inch
AMBA340204 AMBA310204 AMBA345204 AMBA315204
50 cm 19.685 inch
AMBA340205 AMBA310205 AMBA345205 AMBA315205
60 cm 23.622 inch
AMBA340206 AMBA310206 AMBA345206 AMBA315206
70 cm 27.559 inch
AMBA340207 AMBA310207 AMBA345207 AMBA315207
80 cm 31.496 inch
AMBA340208 AMBA310208 AMBA345208 AMBA315208
90 cm 35.433 inch
AMBA340209 AMBA310209 AMBA345209 AMBA315209
100 cm 39.370 inch
AMBA340210 AMBA310210 AMBA345210 AMBA315210
110 cm 43.307 inch
AMBA340211 AMBA310211 AMBA345211 AMBA315211
120 cm 47.244 inch
AMBA340212 AMBA310212 AMBA345212 AMBA315212
130 cm 51.181 inch
AMBA340213 AMBA310213 AMBA345213 AMBA315213
140 cm 55.118 inch
AMBA340214 AMBA310214 AMBA345214 AMBA315214
150 cm 59.055 inch
AMBA340215 AMBA310215 AMBA345215 AMBA315215
160 cm 62.992 inch
AMBA340216 AMBA310216 AMBA345216 AMBA315216
170 cm 66.929 inch
AMBA340217 AMBA310217 AMBA345217 AMBA315217
180 cm 70.866 inch
AMBA340218 AMBA310218 AMBA345218 AMBA315218
190 cm 74.803 inch
AMBA340219 AMBA310219 AMBA345219 AMBA315219
200 cm 78.740 inch
AMBA3402 AMBA3102 AMBA3452 AMBA3152
Note: If using multiple sensors adjacently or reducing power consumption, contact us for the optimal external trigger type.
Notes : 1. Ambient brightness: 500 lx
2. Prevent direct light (within 30 ° against the optical axis of the sensor) from entering into the sensor.
Detection performance
1) Thin short type (Measuring conditions: ambient temp. : 25 °C 77 °F; operating voltage : 5 V.DC)
Items Unit Thin short type Measured
conditions
cm inch 5 1.969 10 3.937 15 3.937
Rated detection distance
Minimum
mm inch
45 1.772 90 3.543 135 5.315 with a standard
refl ection board 1
Typical
50 1.969 100 3.937 150 5.906
Maximum
55 2.165 110 4.331 165 6.496
Measuring tolerance
Typical
%102535
Refl ection rate: 90 % to 18 %
Usable ambient
brightness
(Resistance to
ambient light) 2
Brightness of
sensor surface
Maximum
lx
30,000
See the drawing (Fig. 1) on
the Brightness next page.
Brightness of
refl ection surface
Maximum
24,000
Rating
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Notes : 1. After the order receipt, the average rated detecting distance can be increased to max 15 cm 5.906 inch. Please consult us.
2. Prevent direct light (within 30 ° against the optical axis of the sensor) from entering into the sensor.
Notes : 1. After the order receipt, the average rated detecting distance can be increased to max 110 cm 43.307 inch. Please consult us.
2. Prevent direct light (within 30 ° against the optical axis of the sensor) from entering into the sensor.
Notes : Prevent direct light (within 30 ° against the optical axis of the sensor) from entering into the sensor.
2)
Short type (Measuring conditions : ambient temp.: 25 °C 77 °F; operating voltage: 5 V.DC type 5 V.DC, Free-ranging power type 24 V.DC)
3)
Middle type (Measuring conditions: ambient temp.: 25 °C 77 °F; operating voltage: 5 V.DC type 5 V.DC, Free-ranging power type 24 V.DC)
4)
Long type (Measuring conditions: ambient temp.: 25 °C 77 °F; operating voltage: 5 V.DC type 5 V.DC, Free-ranging power type 24 V.DC)
Items
Unit Short type 1
Measured
conditions
cm
inch
5
1.969
6
2.362
7
2.756
8
3.150
9
3.543
10
3.937
Rated detection distance
Minimum
mm
inch
45
1.772
54
2.126
63
2.480
72
2.835
81
3.189
90
3.543
with a standard
refl ection board
Typical
50
1.969
60
2.362
70
2.756
80
3.150
90
3.543
100
3.937
Maximum
55
2.165
66
2.598
77
3.031
88
3.465
99
3.898
110
4.331
Measuring tolerance
Typical
%10152025
Refl ection rate: 90 % to 18 %
Usable ambient
brightness
(Resistance to
ambient light) 2
Brightness of
sensor surface
Maximum
lx
30,000 See the drawing
(Fig. 1) on the
next page.
Brightness of
refl ection surface
Maximum
24,000
Items
Unit Middle type 1
Measured
conditions
cm
inch
20
7.874
30
11.811
40
15.748
50
19.685
60
23.622
70
27.559
80
31.496
Rated detection distance
Minimum
mm
inch
190
7.480
285
11.220
380
14.961
475
18.701
570
22.441
665
26.181
760
29.921
with a standard
refl ection board
Typical
200
7.874
300
11.811
400
15.748
500
19.685
600
23.622
700
27.559
800
31.496
Maximum
210
8.268
315
12.402
420
16.535
525
20.669
630
24.803
735
28.937
840
33.071
Measuring tolerance
Typical
%3 510
Refl ection rate: 90 % to 18 %
Usable ambient
brightness
(Resistance to
ambient light) 2
Brightness of
sensor surface
Maximum
lx
30,000 See the drawing
(Fig. 1) on the
next page.
Brightness of
refl ection surface
Maximum
24,000
Items
Unit Long type Measured
conditions
cm
inch
30
11.811
40
15.748
50
19.685
60
23.622
70
27.559
80
31.496
90
34.433
100
39.370
110
43.307
Rated detection distance
Minimum
mm
inch
285
11.220
380
14.961
475
18.701
570
22.441
665
26.181
760
29.921
855
33.661
950
37.402
1045
41.142
with a standard
refl ection board
Typical
300
11.811
400
15.748
500
19.685
600
23.622
700
27.559
800
31.496
900
34.433
1000
39.370
1100
43.307
Maximum
315
12.402
420
16.535
525
20.669
630
24.803
735
28.937
840
33.071
945
37.205
1050
41.339
1155
45.472
Measuring tolerance
Typical
%3 5
Refl ection rate: 90 % to 18 %
Usable ambient
brightness
(Resistance to
ambient light)
Brightness of
sensor surface
Maximum
lx
30,000 See the drawing
(Fig. 1) on the
next page.
Brightness of
refl ection surface
Maximum
24,000
Items
Unit Long type Measured
conditions
cm
inch
120
47.244
130
51.181
140
55.118
150
59.055
160
62.992
170
66.929
180
70.866
190
74.803
200
78.740
Rated detection distance
Minimum
mm
inch
1140
44.882
1235
48.622
1330
52.362
1425
56.102
1520
59.842
1615
63.583
1710
67.323
1805
71.063
1900
74.803
with a standard
refl ection board
Typical
1200
47.244
1300
51.181
1400
55.118
1500
59.055
1600
62.992
1700
66.929
1800
70.866
1900
74.803
2000
78.740
Maximum
1260
49.606
1365
53.740
1470
57.874
1575
62.008
1680
66.142
1785
70.275
1890
74.409
1995
78.543
2100
82.677
Measuring tolerance
Typical
% 5 10 15
Refl ection rate: 90 % to 18 %
Usable ambient
brightness
(Resistance to
ambient light)
Brightness of
sensor surface
Maximum
lx
30,000 See the drawing
(Fig. 1) on the
next page.
Brightness of
refl ection surface
Maximum
24,000
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MA Motion Sensor (AMA1, AMBA1, 2, 3)
Light meter
Sensor
Area for prohibit
direct light
(q1, q)> 15 °
q1
q
30°
Light meter
Rated detection distance
Sensor
Reflection
board
q2
30 ° < (q2, q) < 45 °
q
Items
Items
Absolute maximum rating
Built-in oscillation circuit type External triggering type
5 V.DC type
Free-ranging power type
5 V.DC type
Free-ranging power type
Power supply voltage −0.3 V.DC to 6 V.DC −0.3 V.DC to 30 V.DC −0.3 V.DC to 6 V.DC −0.3 V.DC to 30 V.DC
Output dielectric strength 30 V.DC 30 V.DC
Output fl ow current 100 mA 10 mA
Usable ambient temperature
–25 °C to +75 °C +5 °F to +131 °F (No freezing) –25 °C to +75 °C +5 °F to +131 °F (No freezing)
Storage temperature –30 °C to +85 °C –4 °F to +176 °F –30 °C to +85 °C –4 °F to +176 °F
Items
Symbol
Thin short type
Short type
Middle type
Long type Measured
conditions
NPN
output type
PNP
output type
Rated operating voltage
Minimum
VDD
5 V.DC type : 4.5V.DC / Free-ranging power type : 5.5 V.DC
Typical
Maximum
5 V.DC type : 5.5 V.DC /Free-ranging power type : 27 V.DC
Average current
consumption
(Iout=0 mA)
No detection
Minimum
It
Typical
4.5 mA 5 V.DC type : 4.5 mA
Free-ranging power type : 5.6 mA
Maximum
6.2 mA 5 V.DC type : 6.2 mA
Free-ranging power type : 7.8 mA
Detection
Minimum
It
Typical
7.0 mA 11.0 mA 5 V.DC type : 7.0 mA
Free-ranging power type : 9.1 mA
Maximum
11.2 mA 15.2 mA 5 V.DC type : 11.2 mA
Free-ranging power type : 14.2 mA
Measuring cycle
Typical
T 8 ms/cycle
Output
characteristics
Remain voltage
Maximum
Vr 1 V.DC 1.2 V.DC 1 V.DC It=100 mA
Leakage current
Maximum
II 5 A 3 A V=30 V.DC
Measuring condition: ambient temp.: 25 °C 77 °F
Measuring conditions : ambient temp.: 25 °C 77 °F; operating voltage: 5 V.DC type 5 V.DC, free-ranging power type 24 V.DC)
1) Built-in oscillation circuit type
Notes : Thin short type is only: 100 mA
Notes : The thin short type is only available for 5 V.DC.
For thin short type:
Standard reflection board : 150 mm 5.906 inch square area,
90% reflection rate.
• For short type:
Standard reflection board: 100 mm 3.937 inch square area,
90% reflection rate.
• For middle type:
Standard reflection board: 200 mm 7.874 inch square area,
90% reflection rate.
• For long type:
Standard reflection board: 500 mm 19.685 inch square area,
90% reflection rate.
<Fig. 1>
[Brightness of sensor surface]
Notes : 1.
Detecting an object within the maximum preset detection distance.
2. Distance deviation = a–b
a× 100 (%)
a: detection distance of detection target with reflectance of 90 %.
b: detection distance of standard detection target with reflectance of 18 %.
Notes : If sunlight or strobe/inverter light (including the regular refl ection light from
glasses and mirrors) directly enters from the inhibition area, those lights
may cause malfunction of the sensor.sensor) from entering into the sensor.
[Brightness of reflection surface]
Electrical characteristics
Absolute maximum rating
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Stand by
2 ms
(approx.)
Operation
OFF
(With trigger input) (With trigger input) (With trigger input) (With trigger input)
Non-detection statusinput
(The output is latched
by the previous trigger.)
(The output is latched
by the previous trigger.)
Detection status
OFF
ON
Internal sensor
operation
Trigger input
Output transistor
abc
2 ms
(approx.) 2 ms
(approx.) 2 ms
(approx.)
d
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Power supply
Non-detection
status
Circuit
stability
time
Non-detection
status
Detection
status
Non-detection
status
Circuit
stability
time
Non-detection
status
Detection
status
(NPN output types of the AMA series and all of AMBA series)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
(PNP output types of the AMA series)
Output transistor
(open collector)
Power supply
Output transistor
(open collector)
(NPN output types of the AMA series and all of AMBA series)
(PNP output types of the AMA series)
GND
Output
transistor
Output
GND
Detection status:
output transistor ON
Non-detection status:
output transistor OFF
Detection status:
output transistor ON
Non-detection status:
output transistor OFF
GND
Output
transistor Output
Items
Symbol
Thin short type1
Short type
Middle type
Long type Measured
conditions
NPN
output type
PNP
output type
Rated operating voltage
Minimum
VDD
5 V.DC type : 4.5 V.DC / Free-ranging power type : 5.5 V.DC
Typical
Maximum
5 V.DC type : 5.5 V.DC/Free-ranging type : 27 V.DC
Average
current
consumption
Without
trigger
input
Output
OFF
Minimum
Ib
2 b
Typical
0.1 mA
5 V.DC type: 0.1 mA/Free-ranging type: 1.0 mA
Maximum
0.3 mA
5 V.DC type: 0.3 mA/Free-ranging type: 1.8 mA
Output
ON
Minimum
Id
2 d
Typical
2.6 mA 6.7 mA
5 V.DC type: 0.5 mA/Free-ranging type: 1.4 mA
Maximum
6.6 mA 9.6 mA
5 V.DC type: 3.4 mA/Free-ranging type: 4.5 mA
With
trigger
input
Output
OFF
Minimum
Ia
2 a
Typical
2.2 mA
5 V.DC type: 2.2 mA/Free-ranging type: 3.1 mA
Maximum
6.2 mA
5 V.DC type: 6.2 mA/Free-ranging type: 7.2 mA
Output
ON
Minimum
Ic
2 c
Typical
4.2 mA 8.5 mA
5 V.DC type: 2.4 mA/Free-ranging type: 3.3 mA
Maximum
8.2 mA 12.5 mA
5 V.DC type: 8.2 mA/Free-ranging type: 9.3 mA
Measuring cycle (Trigger interval)
Typical
Tt 5 ms/cycle
External
trigger
Pulse width
Minimum
Tw
20 s
Maximum
1/2 Tt
Half off the distance
period
Level
Minimum
VTL 0.8 V
Maximum
VTH 3 V 3
Response performance:
time from trigger pulse fall to
detection output
Typical
Tr 5 ms
Output
characteristics
Remain voltage
Minimum
Vr 1 V.DC 1.2 V.DC 1 V.DC It=10 mA
Leakage current
Maximum
II 5 A 3 A V=30 V.DC
2) External triggering type (trigger conditions: trigger pulse width = 20 s and trigger synchronization = 5 ms)
Notes : 1. The thin short type is only available for 5 V.DC.
2. The ratio between the 4 operating modes (a to d) depends
on the external trigger period and detector time, and the
current consumption corresponds with this varying ratio.
3. A high level is established in the open state due to pull-up by
the internal circuit. (Refer to the connector wiring diagram.)
Notes : 1. Circuit stability time : Max. 12 ms
2. During the time taken for the circuit to stabilize after the power is turned on, the ON/OFF status of the output transistor is not determined by
whether the sensor is in the detection status or non-detection status.
4. The output transistor is open collector.
The output transistor is turned ON by the sensor detection
status and turned OFF by its non-detection status.
Built-in oscillation circuit type
Timing Chart
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MA Motion Sensor (AMA1, AMBA1, 2, 3)
VTH
VTL
OFF
OFF
ON
External trigger
ON
Power supply
ON
OFF
Output transistor
Output transistor
(open collector)
t NPN output types
of the AMA series
t AMBA series
t PNP output types
of the AMA series
Non-detection
status
Circuit
stability
time
Non-detection
status
Detection
status
Non-detection
status
Circuit
stability
time
Non-detection
status
Detection
status
VTH
VTL
Output
External trigger
Tt : Min. 5 ms
Change
(ON to OFF or
OFF to ON)
Tr : Max. 5 ms
Tw
Power supply
Min.
33 µF
3
Output
1
+
+
2
N.C.
(No connection)
4
Tr
1
3
GND
Power supply
Output
1
+
+
2
4
Tr
1
3
GND
Min.
33 µF
3
N.C.
(No connection)
Power supply
Output
2
External trigger
input 4
1
3
GND
1
2
3
+
+Min.
33 µF
2
1
3
GND
1
2
+
+
4
3
Power supply
Output
External trigger
input
Min.
33 µF
External triggering type
Notes: 1. The output transistor has an open collector structure.
• Detection status: Output transistor ON (connected to GND)
• Non-detection status: Output transistor OFF (open state)
2. The status of the external trigger input is as follows:
• Open at the high level
• GND (less than 0.8 V) at the low level
Do not apply a high voltage.
3. Install capacitor (of 33 F or over) on the power input terminal of the sensor in order to secure power superimposed noise resistance and
stabilize the power supply voltage.
Notes : The sensor recognizes at the VTH VTL edge of an external trigger
that the external trigger has been input.
Wiring diagram of connector
Built-in oscillation circuit type External triggering type
NPN
output type
PNP
output type
Notes : 1. Circuit stability time: Max. 12 ms
2. During the time taken for the circuit to stabilize after the
power is turned on, the ON/OFF status of the output transistor
is not determined by whether the sensor is in the detection
status or non-detection status.is not determined by whether
the sensor is in the detection status or non-detection status.
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Detection distance L (mm inch)
0
100
3.937
10
0.394
20
0.787
30
1.181
40
1.575
50
1.969
60
2.362
70
2.756
80
3.150
90
3.543
Operating area
within the dotted lines
Operating region for
rated detection
distance of 8 cm
3.150 inch
Objects that enter the entire area are detected.
Operating area within the dotted lines
Object
Operating area
within the solid lines
Object
Objects that even partially enter the area are detected.
Operating area within the solid lines
Note: If only part of the object is in the detection area, it is not
detected.
Detection width W (mm inch)
010
0.394
10
0.394
20
0.787
20
0.787
Reflection board
200 × 200 mm
7.874 × 7.874 inch
(reflectivity: 90%)
9 cm 3.534 inch
8 cm 3.150 inch
7 cm 2.756 inch
6 cm 2.362 inch
5 cm 1.969 inch
Y
X
Reflection
board
Detection distance L (mm inch)
0
100
3.937
10
0.394
20
0.787
30
1.181
40
1.575
50
1.969
60
2.362
70
2.756
80
3.150
90
3.543
Operating region for
rated detection distance
of 10 cm 3.937 inch
Detection width W (mm inch)
010
0.394
10
0.394
20
0.787
20
0.787
0
250
9.843
500
19.685
750
29.528
1000
39.37
1250
49.213
1500
59.055
1750
68.898
2000
78.74
Reflection board
500 × 500 mm
19.685
×
19.685 inch
(reflectivity: 90%)
150 cm
59.055 inch
100 cm
39.37 inch
50 cm
19.685 inch
Y
X
Reflection
board
30
1.181
40
1.575
40
1.575
Detection width W (mm inch)
Detection distance L (mm inch)
010
0.394
10
0.394
30
1.181
20
0.787
20
0.787
Operating region for
rated detection distance
of 200 cm 78.74 inch
0
100
3.937
200
7.874
300
11.811
400
15.748
500
19.685
600
23.622
700
27.559
800
31.496
Reflection board
200 × 200 mm
7.874 × 7.874 inch
(reflectivity: 90%)
70 cm
27.559 inch
60 cm
23.622 inch
50 cm
19.685 inch
40 cm
15.748 inch
30 cm
11.811 inch
20 cm
7.874 inch
Y
X
Reflection
board
Detection distance L (mm inch)
Operating region for
rated detection distance
of 80 cm 31.496 inch
30
1.181
40
1.575
40
1.575
Detection width W (mm inch)
010
0.394
10
0.394
30
1.181
20
0.787
20
0.787
2-R3.25
2-R0.128
29.0
20.0
1.142
0.787
11.0
10.0
0.433
0.394
Stamped side
(one side only)
12.7
0.500
6.6
0.260
Receiver
Projector
22
19.35
f3.1
31.2
5
14 23.1
29.5 0.4
Connector surface
(Front lens surface)
Optical surface
0.866
0.762
f0.122
1.228
0.197
0.551 0.909
1.161 0.016
16 f2.5
6.5
16.25
10
11
Receiver
Projector
Connector surface
(Front lens surface)
Optical surface
20
19.5
22.5
4
6
0.630 f0.098
0.256
0.640
0.394
0.433
0.787
0.768
0.886
0.157
0.236
Operating region characteristics
Thin short type (V type)
Middle type (H type)
Short type (H type)
How to interpret the graph
Example: Operating area of the Short Type
with rated detection distance of
8 cm 3.150 inch.
1.-(1) Thin short type (AMA1□□□□□)
Short type (AMBA1□□□□□)
1.-(2) Middle type (AMBA2□□□□□) 1.-(3) Long type (AMBA3□□□□□)
Rear side connector protrusion: Max. 0.4mm
(Common to the Built-in oscillation circuit type and External triggering type)
Reference Data
Dimensions
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MA Motion Sensor (AMA1, AMBA1, 2, 3)
10
33
f4.2
24.7
46
20
43
Receiver
Projector
7
29.7
Max. 1
Connector surface
(Front lens surface)
Optical surface
0.394
1.299
f.165
0.972
1.811
0.787
1.693
0.276
1.169
0.039
4321
BM04B-SRSS
(J.S.T. Mfg. Co., Ltd.)
1: Output
2: GND
3: Power source
4. Built-in oscillation circuit type: N.C.
External triggering type:
external trigger input
4
3
2
1
DF13-4P-1.25DSA
(HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.)
4: Output
3: GND
2: Power source
1.
Built-in oscillation circuit type: N.C.
External triggering type:
external trigger input
4
3
2
1
DF13-4P-1.25DS
(HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.)
4: Output
3: GND
2: Power source
1. Built-in oscillation circuit type: N.C.
External triggering type:
external trigger input
4
3
2
1
DF13-4P-1.25DSA
(HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.)
4: Output
3: GND
2: Power source
1. Built-in oscillation circuit type: N.C.
External triggering type:
external trigger input
4
3
2
1
DF13-4P-1.25DSA
(HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.)
4: Output
3: GND
2: Power source
1. Built-in oscillation circuit type: N.C.
External triggering type:
external trigger input
MAX. 1
29.7
7
Optical
surface Connector
surface
10
20
Receiver
Projector
46
55
65
f4.2
0.039
1.169
0.276
0.394
0.787
1.811
2.165
2.559
f0.165
The edge is soldered
4.5±1
150±5
4
Socket housing DF13-4S-1.25C
Lead wires AWG 28
(HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.)
6.65
0.177±.039
5.906±0.197
0.157
0.262
4. Output (Black)
3. GND (Blue)
2. Power source (Brown)
1. Built-in oscillation circuit type: N.C.
External triggering type: external trigger input (Purple)
3. Power source (Brown)
2. GND (Blue)
4. Start signal input (Purple)
1. Output (Black)
Solder coated
Lead wires UL 10368, AWG 30
Socket housing SHR-04V-S
4.5±2
0.177±0.079
150±5
5.906±0.197
5
0.197
5
0.197
Long type (H type)
Thin short type (V type)
Long type (H type)
Connector with cable (for Short, Middle and Long type)
AMV9003
Connector with cable
(for Thin short type)
AMV9002
Short type (H type)
Long type (V type)
Middle type (H type)
Long type (V type)
unit : mm inch
unit : mm inch
(Common to the Built-in oscillation circuit type and External triggering type)
Wiring Diagram (Connector Surface View)
Options
unit : mm inch
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Advancing
direction
Y
X
Z
Advancing direction
Advancing
direction
Object
Object
Object
When advancing from the Y direction, the
detecting distance may become unstable.
Tolerance range
85
15
075−25 +32 +167−13
Humidity (%RH)
(Avoid freezing when
used at temperatures
lower than 0 °C 32 °F)
(Avoid
condensation
when used at
temperatures
higher than 0 °C
32 °F)
Temperature (°C, °F)
Use environment
1) Avoid use in the steamy or dusty environment,
the corrosive gas, an environment where organic
solvent can be adhered.
2) When using in a high-noise environment, perform
countermeasures such as installing capacitor (of
33 F or over) on the power input terminal of the
sensor. Before use, check the performance under
actual use conditions.
Wire connection
1) Before the power is supplied, recheck wiring as
misconnection may damage the internal circuit.
(ensure to avoid reverse connection)
2) Use wires shorter than 3 m 9.842 ft to protect
the internal circuit. Before use, check under
actual use conditions if there is no influence by
surrounding environments.
3) Do not repeatedly attach/detach the connector.
Detecting part
1) Keep the detecting surface clean. The detecting
surface is resistant to trash/ dust, however, if an
excessive amount of trash/dust adhere to the surface,
it may reduce the margin of detecting distance.
2) Dew condensation on the detecting surface may
cause malfunction.
3)
The sensor aims to detect human bodies. If the targeted
object has extremely low reflectivity (e.g., objects frosted
by black rubbers) or extremely high reflectivity (e.g.,
objects which regularly reflect: mirrors, glasses or glossy
papers), the sensor may not be able to detect or the
detecting distance may become unstable.
4) The front face of the lense and the case are
polycarbonate-based. Generally they are stable
against water, alcohol, oil, salt and weak acids.
However, avoid alkalis, aromatic hydrocarbons and
halogenated hydrocarbons as those substances
may expand or melt the lense and the case.
5) If placing filters (covers) in front of the sensor and
perform detection through the filters, following may
occur: detection of the filters (covers), changes of
the detecting distance or unstable operations.
6)
If sensors are in facing positions, light from the
opposing sensor may cause mutual interferences and
malfunction. Before use, check the installation conditions.
7)
When arranging multiple sensors in parallel, keep
the interval of neighboring sensors as below or over.
Before use, ensure that there is no mutual interference.
Recommended mounting direction
As below, install the sensor for the X and Z advancing
directions of the targeted object.
For general precautions, see “General precautions for
motion sensors” in the next page.
Part No. Sensor interval
AMBA1 series 5 cm
1.969 inch
AMA1 series 8 cm 3.150 inch
AMBA2 series 10 cm 3.937 inch
AMBA3 series 20 cm 7.874 inch
NOTES
Ambient operating conditions
1) Temperature: Refer to the absolute maximum ratings
for the temperature of each individual sensor.
2) Humidity : 15 % to 85 % RH
(No freezing nor condensation at low temperature)
3) Atmospheric pressure: 86 to 106 kPa
4) Because the humidity range differs depending
on the ambient temperature, the humidity range
indicated below should be used. Continuous
operation of the switch is possible within this
range, but continuous use near the limit of the
range should be avoided. This humidity range
does not guarantee permanent performance.
<MA Motion Sensor>
In general, degradation of electronic devices
accelerates when they are operated under
conditions of high temperature or high humidity.
Before use, confirm the reliability of the sensors
under the expected operating conditions.
5) The sensors do not have a water-proof or dust-proof
construction. Depending on the ambient operating
conditions, some means of providing protection
from water and dust and preventing the formation
of ice and condensation must be provided prior
to using the sensors. If a sensor is used with a
cover installed, the initial detection performance
specifications may not be able to be met. Confirm
the operation under the actual operating conditions.
6) Take care to avoid exposing the sensors to heat,
vibration or impact since malfunctioning may result.
Concerning external surge voltages
Since the internal circuitry may be destroyed if an
external surge voltages is supplied, provide an
element which will absorb the surges.
Concerning power supplysuperimposed noise
1) Use a regulated power supply as the power
supply. Otherwise, power supplysuperimposed
noise may cause the sensors to malfunction.
2) To maintain the power supply noise performance,
be certain to connect a capacitor (33 F or more)
to the sensor power supply input terminal in order
to stabilize the power supply voltage.
Drop damage
If the sensor is dropped, damage can occur resulting in
incorrect operation. If dropped, be sure to do a visual
check of the exterior for noticeable damage and check
the operation characteristics for faulty operation.
Concerning the circuit sides
Since the circuit sides given in this catalog are not
protected in terms of circuit design, check out the
performance and reliability of the circuits prior to
using the sensors.
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Head the following precautions to prevent injury
or accidents.
Do not use these sensors under any circumstances
in which the range of their ratings, environment
conditions or other specifications are exceeded.
Using the sensors in any way which causes their
specifications to be exceeded may generate
abnormally high levels of heat, emit smoke, etc.,
resulting in damage to the circuitry and possibly
causing an accident.
Before connecting a connector, check the pin
layout by referring to the connector wiring
diagram, specifications diagram, etc., and make
sure that the connector is connected properly.
Take note that mistakes made in connection may
cause unforeseen problems in operation, generate
abnormally high levels of heat, emit smoke, etc.,
resulting in damage to the circuitry.
Do not use any motion sensor which has been
disassembled or remodeled.
Protection circuit recommended The possible
failure mode is either open or short of the output
transistor. An excess heat is the cause for short
mode failure. For any important and serious
application in terms of safety, add protection
circuit or any other protection method.
Safety Precautions
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Infrared Array Sensor Grid-EYE (AMG88)
Vertical pixel Horizontal pixel
8 pixels:8 8 pixels:8
Applied voltage
High gain
Low gain
:
:
1
2
:
:
Applied voltage
3.3 V.DC
5 V.DC
3
5
AMG 8 8
Infrared Array Sensor
Grid-EYE
Temperature detection of two-dimensional area: 8 × 8 (64 pixels)
Digital output (capability of temperature value output)
Compact SMD package (adaptively to refl ow mounting)
RoHS compliant
High Precision Infrared Array Sensor based on Advanced MEMS Technology
High function home appliances (microwaves and air-conditioners)
Energy saving at of ce (air-conditioning/lighting control)
Digital signage
Automatic doors/elevators
Product name Number of pixel Operating voltage Amplifi cation factor Part number
Infrared array sensor
Grid-EYE
64
(Vertical 8 × Horizontal 8 Matrix)
3.3 V.DC High gain AMG8831
Low gain AMG8832
5.0 V.DC High gain AMG8851
Low gain AMG8852
Item Performance
High gain Low gain
Applied voltage 3.3 V.DC±0.3 V.DC or 5.0 V.DC±0.5 V.DC
Temperature range of measuring object 0 °C to 80 °C +32 °F to +176 °F −20 °C to 100 °C –4 °F to +212 °F
Operating temperature range 0 °C to 80 °C +32 °F to +176 °F −20 °C to 80 °C –4 °F to +176 °F
Storage temperature range −20 °C to 80 °C –4 °F to +176 °F −20 °C to 80 °C –4 °F to +176 °F
Features
Typical Applications
Ordering Information
Types
Rating
Tape and reel package : 1,000 pcs.
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Infrared Array Sensor Grid-EYE (AMG88)
Infrared array sensor
3.3 V.DC or 5 V.DC
Selector
Thermistor
Gain
amp ADC
Control
ROM
SDA
SCL
AD_SELECT
INT
I2C I/F
Sensor chip
VDD
Capacitor
10 F
GND
GND
9
6
2
3
5
4
Item Absolute maximum ratings Terminal
Applied voltage −0.3 V.DC to 6.5 V.DC VDD
Input voltage −0.3 V.DC to VDD +0.3 V.DC SCL, SDA, AD_SELECT
Output sink current −10 mA to 10 mA INT, SDA
Static electricity (Human body model) 1 kV All terminals
Static electricity (Machine model) 200 V All terminals
Item Performance
High gain Low gain
Temperature accuracy Typical ±2.5 °C ±4.5 °F Typical ±3.0 °C ±5.4 °F
Human detection distance 1Max. 5 m 16.404 ft
Viewing angle Typical 60 °
Optical axis gap Within Typical ±5.6 °
Current consumption
Typical 4.5 mA (normal mode)
Typical 0.2 mA (sleep mode)
Typical 0.8 mA (stand-by mode)
Setup time Typical 50 ms (Time to enable communication after setup)
Typical 15 s (Time to stabilize output after setup)
Item Performance
Number of pixel 64 (Vertical 8 × Horizontal 8 Matrix)
External interface I2C (fast mode)
Frame rate Typical 10 frames/sec or 1 frame/sec
Operating mode 1
Normal
Sleep
Stand-by (10 sec or 60 sec intermittence)
Output mode Temperature output
Calculate mode No moving average or Twice moving average
Temperature output resolution 0.25 °C
Number of sensor address 2 (I2C slave address)
Thermistor output temperature range −20 °C to 80 °C –4 °F to +176 °F
Thermistor output resolution 0.0625 °C
Note: 1 To have more than 4 °C 7.2 °F of temperature difference from background
Detection object size: 700 × 250 mm 27.559 × 9.843 inch (Assumable human body size)
Note: 1 Normal Mode : normal operation mode; Sleep Mode: detection is off (output and data reading not possible); Standby Mode: 1 frame measuring
intermittently every 10 or 60 sec.
INT terminal 4 normally has same voltage as VDD. When interrupting, same as GND (0V)
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Characteristics
Performance
Internal Circuit
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87654321
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17
32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25
40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33
48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41
56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57
Horizontal viewing angle 60°
Vertical viewing angle 60°
Pixel number
Each pixel’s horizontall viewing angle (°)
159131721
20
15
10
5
0
25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 61
Pixel number
159131721
20
15
10
5
0
25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 61
Each pixel’s vertical viewing angle (°)
Horizontal viewing central angle (° )
Vertical viewing central angle (° )
−30−40
−40
−30
−20
−10
−20 −10 0
010
10
20
30
40
20 30 40
(0.75)3.6
(0.030)0.142
3.5
11.0±0.05
0.433±0.002
Four corners
4-0.8
4-0.031
10-0.7
10-0.028
P1.27±0.05×4=5.08
P0.050±0.002×4=0.200
8.7
0.138
0.343
P
51
Part No.
(AMG88 is omitted)
Lot No.
1.5
5.3
8.9
0.350
7.8
13-2.0 3.0
0.307
13-0.079
0.118
14-0.5
14-0.020
10.9
0.429
P1.27×4
P0.050×4
4.3
0.059
0.169
N
17
17
8
N8
Lens
2.6 0.102
2.0
0.079
8.0
0.209
0.315
11.6
0.457
(1) Pixel array
Pixel array from 1 to 64 is shown below.
(1) Each pixel’s viewing central angle
Sensor’s optical center (the origin of graph below)
gap: within ±5.6 ° (Typical) (Both horizontal and
vertical directions)
(2) Viewing field
Sensor viewing field (typical) is shown below.
(2) Each pixel’s viewing angle (half angle)
Central 4 pixels (Pixel No. 28, 29, 36, 37) viewing
angle (half angle): horizontal direction 7.7 ° (Typical)
vertical direction 8 ° (Typical)
Number Terminal Name
1NC
2SDA
3SCL
4INT
5
AD_SELECT
6GND
7NC
Number Terminal Name
8NC
9VDD
JAVDD-PC
KNC
LDVDD-PC
MVPP
NNC
Note : Leave terminal “NC (No.1,7,8,K and N)”
unconnected.
Make electrical potential of terminals 9 and
M the same.
External dimensions Recommended
PC board pad
Pixel Array And Viewing Field
Optical Properties
Dimensions
General tolerance : ±0.2 ±0.08 unit : mm inch
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10 kΩ±5%
10 kΩ±5%
20 Ω±5%
10 µF±20%
1.5 µF±10%
1 µF±10%
10 kΩ±5%
GND
VDD
To microcomputer etc.
To microcomputer etc.
To microcomputer etc.
2SDA
3SCL
4INT
5
AD_SELECT
6GND
MVPP
LDVDD-PC
JAVDD-PC
9VDD
1.5 dia.
+0.1
0
0.059 dia.
+0.004
0
9.0±0.1
2.0±0.1 4.0±0.1
0.079±0.004 0.157±0.004
16.0±0.1
0.630±0.004
12.6±0.1
0.496±0.004
Direction of picking
16.0±0.3
7.5±0.1 1.75±0.1
0.630±0.012
0.295±0.004 0.069±0.004
1.5 dia.
+0.1
0
0.059 dia.
+0.004
0
0.35±0.05
0.014±0.020
4.7
±0.1
0.354±0.004
0.185±0.004
10 kΩ±5%
10 kΩ±5%
10 kΩ±5%
20 Ω±5%
10 µF±20%
1.5 µF±10%
1 µF±10%
10 kΩ±5%
2SDA MVPP
LDVDD-PC
JAVDD-PC
9VDD
3SCL
4INT
5
AD_SELECT
6GND
GND
VDD
To microcomputer etc.
To microcomputer etc.
To microcomputer etc.
380.0±2.0 dia.
14.961±0.079 dia.
80±0.1 dia.
3.150±.039 dia.
Top cover tape
Embossed carrier tape
21.5±1.0
17.5±1.0
13±0.2 dia.
0.512±0.08 dia.
0.689±0.039
0.846±0.039
Precaution for fundamental structure of sensor
Infrared Array Sensor is a thermopile type infrared
sensor which detects the amount of infrared rays. Below
conditions generally degrade the temperature accuracy.
Carefully check the performance and stability under
actual use conditions, and perform temperature
corrections when necessary.
When heating elements exist near the mounting
position of the sensor.
When the sensor is exposed to cold or hot air.
When the temperature of the sensor body rapidly
changes.
When substances (e.g., glasses, acrylics or steams),
which hardly transmit a far infrared ray, exist
between the sensor and the detected object.
When substances (e.g., foreign substances or
water), which hardly transmit a far infrared ray,
adhere to the lense of the sensor.
Use environment
1) Temperature: See the specifications
2) Humidity: Between 15% and 85% R.H. (Avoid
freezing and dew condensation)
3) Atmospheric pressure: Between 86 and 106 kPa
4) Vibrations and shocks may damage the sensor, and
cause malfunction and performance deterioration.
If loads and shocks are applied on the lense,
the damaged sensor may cause malfunction and
performance deterioration.
5) The product is not water/splash-proof. Perform
water/dust-proofing and dew condensation/
freezing countermeasures in accordance with use
environment. When dew condensation occurs,
responsiveness of heat source detection may delay
for several seconds.
6) Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas (organic
solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen sulfide gases)
to avoid malfunction and performance deterioration.
7) Use surge absorbers as applying the external surge
voltage may damage the internal circuit.
8) Malfunction may occur near electric noises from
static electricity, lightning, broadcast or amateur radio
stations and mobile phones.
9) The sensor can continuously operate within the
range of using ambient temperature (using ambient
humidity). However, ensure that humidity is within the
range described in the following page as humidity
varies according to temperature. Avoid the continuous
operation near the operational limit. The temperature
range does not guarantee the durability.
External Circuit
(1)
In case of setting I2C slave address of the sensor 1101000
Connect terminal 5 (AD_SELECT) to GND.
This circuit is an example to drive infrared array sensor “Grid-EYE”, so that we will not take any responsibility of loss
which is due to this circuit.
(2)
In case of setting I2C slave address of the sensor 1101001
Connect terminal 5 (AD_SELECT) to VDD.
Tape dimensions Dimensions of tape reel
Packing Format (Tape and Reel)
Packing Format (Tape and Reel)
unit : mm inch
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Tolerance range
85
15
Humidity (%RH)
(Avoid freezing
at 0 °C 32 °F
or below)
(Avoid dew
condensation at
0 °C 32 °F or below)
Temperature (°C, °F)
0
+32
80
+176
−20
−4
Temperature (°C, °F)
Humidity (%RH)
Tolerance range
0
+32
80
+176
−20
−4
(Avoid dew
condensation)
(Avoid freezing
at 0 °C 32 °F
or below)
85
15
Low gain typeHigh gain type
T1
T2
T3
t1t2
Other precautions
These specifications are for individual components.
Before use, carefully check the performance and quality
under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
1) Once the individual sensor is dropped, do not
use. Drop may cause functional disorders.
2) Writing to the unspecified register/with the
unspecified bit may cause malfunction and
performance deterioration. (please consult us)
3) Misconnection and use beyond the specified
temperature range may damage the product.
4) Once below shocks are applied, do not
use the product as applying highfrequency
oscillation to the sensor body may damage the
product.
Contact with metal objects
Contact with other sensors
5) Follow the instructions below as static
electricity may damage the product.
For storage and transportation, avoid plastic
containers which are easily electrified.
When storing and transporting the sensor,
choose the environment where static
electricity is hardly generated (e.g., humidity
between 45 and 60 %) and protect
the product by using electroconductive
packaging materials.
Once unpacked, perform antistatic
countermeasures.
(1) Operators handling sensors must wear
antistatic cloths and human body
grounding devices.
(2) Cover the surface of workbench by
electro-conductive plates and ground
measuring instruments and jigs.
(3) Use the soldering iron which has a small
leakage current or ground the soldering
tip.
(4) Ground the assembling equipment.
Use a stabilized power supply. A power
superimposed noise may cause malfunction.
Range of using ambient temperature (using
ambient humidity)
The sensor can continuously operate within the range
of using ambient temperature (using ambient humidity).
However, ensure that humidity is within the range below
as humidity varies according to temperature. Avoid the
continuous operation near the operational limit. Before
use, check the stability under the usage environment
as high humidity or high temperatures generally
accelerates deterioration of the electronic component.
The temperature range does not guarantee the
durability
Mounting
Use the land of the printed-circuit boardon which
the sensor is securely fixed. The recommended
printed-circuit board is FR4 (thickness 1.6 mm 0.063
inch). When mounting on the deprecated circuit
board, carefully check the performance and quality
under actual use conditions before use.
A large noise on the power supply may cause
malfunction. Place the recommended capacitor near
the sensor (within 20 mm 0.787 inch of the wiring
pattern length) between sensor input terminals
(VDD-GND) to secure power superimposed noise
resistance. Test with the actual machine and re-
select the capacitor with optimal capacitance.
Prevent the metal part of other electronic
components from contacting with the sensor
body as the upper face (where part numbers are
imprinted) of the sensor is GND.
Soldering
When soldering, avoid the external thermal influence.
Heat deformation may damage the sensor or deteriorate
its performance. Use the non-corrosive rosin flux.
1) Manual soldering
Raise the temperature of the soldering tip
between 350 and 400 °C 662 and 752 °F
(30 and 60 W) and solder within 3 seconds.
The sensor output may vary if the load is
applied on the terminal during soldering.
Keep the soldering tip clean.
2) Reflow soldering
Below are recommended temperature profiles/
conditions of reflow.
When printing cream solder, the screen
printing method is recommended.
For the foot pattern, see the recommended
diagram of the printed-circuit board.
Carefully align the terminal with the pattern
as self-alignment may not be reliable.
The temperature of the profile is the value
measured near the terminal on the printed-
circuit board.
After reflowing, when performing reflow
soldering on the back surface of the circuit
board, use an adhesive to fix the board.
T1 = 150 to 180 °C
302 °F to 356 °F
T2 = 230 °C 446 °F
T3 = Below 250 °C 482 °F
t1 = 60 to 120 sec.
t2 = Less than 30sec.
3) After soldering, do not apply stress on the
soldered part when cutting or bending the
circuit board.
4) Rework soldering
• Complete rework at a time.
Use a flattened soldering tip when performing
rework on the solder bridge. Do not add the flux.
• Keep the soldering tip below the temperature
described in the specifications.
5) Prevent human hands or metal pieces from
contacting with the sensor terminal. Such
contact may cause anomalous outlets as the
terminal is exposed to the atmosphere.
6) After soldering, prevent chemical agents from
adhering to the sensor when applying coating to
avoid insulation deterioration of the circuit board.
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Wire connection
1) Correctly wire as in the connection diagram.
Reverse connection may damage the product
and degrade the performance.
2) Do not use idle terminals. Such use may damage
the sensor.
3) For cable wiring, use shield wires with possibly short
wiring lengths to prevent the influence of the noise.
Cleaning
Avoid ultrasonic cleaning as this may cause
disconnection of the wire.
Storage and transportation
1) Excessive vibrations and shocks during transport
may damage the product. Carefully handle the
exterior box and the reel.
2) Extremely bad storage conditions may deteriorate
solderability or characteristics, and defect the
appearance. Recommended conditions of the
storage place are below.
Temperature: 0 to 45 °C 32 to 113 °F
Humidity: Below 70 % R.H.
Atmosphere: Low-dust and free from noxious
chemicals such as sulfurous acid gas
2) The package is moisture-proof due to its
sensitivity to humidity. When storing the sensor,
follow the instructions below.
Promptly use after opening. (within a week,
below 30 °C 86 °F/60 % R.H.)
Once unpacked, preserving in a moisture-
proof manner, such as keeping in a
moisture-proof bag with silica gels, is
recommended for long-term storage. (use
within 3 months)
During soldering, when adding thermal stress
in a moisture absorbing state, moisture
evaporates, swells and generates stress to
the internal package. To avoid swellings and
cracks in the surface of the package, follow
the soldering conditions.
Special notes
We exert maximum efforts for quality control of the
product, however :
1) To prevent occurrence of unexpected
circumstances, please inform us of the
specifications of your product, customers, use
conditions and details of the attachment position.
2) Have sufficient margin values of driving/
performance guarantee described in the
specifications and apply safety measures with
double circuits, if serious effects on human
lives or property are predicted due to a quality
failure of the product. Those countermeasures
are also for the product liability.
3) A warranty period is one year after the delivery
to your company. Quality assurance is limited
to the items and the scopes described in the
specifications.
If a defect is found after the delivery, we will
promptly provide a replacement or change/
repair the defect part at the place of delivery
in good faith. Exceptions are below.
Damages by a failure or a defect which
arose after the delivery.
After the delivery, when storing and
transporting, if conditions other than
conditions in the specifications are applied to
the product.
Damages by unforeseen phenomenon which
cannot be predicted with the technologies
available at the time of delivery.
Damages by natural and anthropogenic
disasters, such as earthquake, flood, fire
and war, which are beyond our reasonable
control.
Export control
[Customers within Japan]
This product is subject to the Foreign Exchange
and Foreign Trade Act enacted by the Japanese
government. When exporting the product from Japan or
taking the product out of Japan, export permission
from the Japanese government is required. (as of Aug
2015). Do not use the product for other purposes.
When disposing surplus stock or inventory, prevent
unauthorized reuse and do not sell the products to the
third party.
[Customers outside Japan]
This product is subject to the laws concerning security
export control (the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade
Act) enacted by the Japanese government. We obtain
export permission by the Japanese government in order
to resale/provide the products. Do not use the product
for other purposes. If exporting the product from your
country, laws or regulations of the country may restrict
the export. When disposing surplus stock or inventory,
prevent unauthorized reuse and do not sell the products
to the third party.
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
Terminal profile
Note : Some part numbers may not be available
depending on the combination.
Please refer to the Table of PRODUCT TYPES
on the next page.
Package/Pressure inlet hole
S Package
length : 3 mm 0.118 inch, diameter : 3 mm 0.118 inch
M Package
length : 5 mm 0.197 inch, diameter : 3 mm 0.118 inch
L Package (Only low pressure type)
length : 13.5 mm 0.531 inch, diameter : 5.45 mm 0.215 inch
P Package (Only low pressure type)
length : 15.6 mm 0.615 inch, diameter : 5.45 mm 0.215 inch
:
:
:
:
0
1
2
3
Base type
With glass base (Standard type)
Low pressure type
Without glass base
(Economy type)
:
:
Nil
1
:
1
DIP terminal
1
SMD terminal:
2
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Rated pressure
±100 kPa
−100 kPa
25 kPa
50 kPa
100 kPa
200 kPa
500 kPa
1,000 kPa
40 kPa
6 kPa
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
A
B6
ADP5
(Low pressure type)
Pressure Sensor
PS-A
Standard packing : Carton : 100 pcs.; Case : 1,000 pcs.
Built-in amplifi er and temperature compensation circuit, no need for circuit design and characteristic adjustment
High accuracy and reliability : overall accuracy ±1.25% FS (Standard), ±2.5% FS (Low-pressure type)
Compact size, space-saving : compatible size for PS type (Standard/Economy, S and M packages)
RoHS compliant
Pressure sensor
Built-in ampli er and compensating circuit
Package
(Pressure inlet
hole length)
Part No.
Standard type Standard/Economy type Low pressure type
S Package
(3 mm 0.118 inch)
M Package
(5 mm 0.118 inch)
M Package
(5 mm 0.197 inch)
L Package
(13.5 mm 0.531 inch)
P Package
(15.6 mm 0.614 inch)
Pressure
Terminal
DIP
terminal
SMD
terminal
DIP
terminal
SMD
terminal
DIP
terminal
DIP
terminal
DIP
terminal
Standard
type
(with glass
base)
±100 kPa
ADP5100 ADP5200 ADP5101 ADP5201 –––
−100 kPa
ADP5110 ADP5210 ADP5111 ADP5211 –––
25 kPa
ADP5120 ADP5121 –––
50 kPa
ADP5130 ADP5131 –––
100 kPa
ADP5140 ADP5240 ADP5141 ADP5241 –––
200 kPa
ADP5150 ADP5250 ADP5151 ADP5251 –––
500 kPa
ADP5160 ADP5260 ADP5161 ADP5261 –––
1, 000 kPa
ADP5170 ADP5270 ADP5171 ADP5271 –––
Economy type
(without glass base)
40 kPa
––ADP51A11 –––
Low pressure type
6 kPa
––––
ADP51B61 ADP51B62 ADP51B63
Industrial use : pressure switches and pneumatic components, compressed air pressure measuring devices
Medical use : blood pressure meters, oxygen generator and airbeds
Others : pressure sensing devices for air pressure mediums
Low-pressure type
Water level detection for domestic appliances: washing machines and dishwashers
Air pressure control : cleanrooms and smoking rooms
Medical applications : breathing pressure measuring devices
Features
Ordering Information
Product Types
Typical Applications
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
Rating
Item Standard type (with glass base)
Remarks
Type of pressure Gauge pressure
Pressure medium Air 1
Rated pressure (kPa) ±100 −100 25 50 100 200 500 1,000
Max. applied pressure Twice of the rated pressure
1.5 times
the rated
pressure
Ambient temperature −10 °C to +60 °C 14 °F to +140 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Storage temperature −20 °C to +85 °C −4 °F to +185 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Drive voltage 5±0.25 V.DC
Temperature compensation range
0 °C to 50 °C 32 °F to 122 °F
Offset voltage 2.5±0.05 0.5±0.05 V 2, 3, 5
Rated output voltage
4.5±0.05
(+when
+100kPa)
4.5±0.05 V 2, 3, 5
Overall accuracy ±1.25 %FS 3, 4, 5
Current consumption Max. 10 mA 2, 3
Output impedance 15 Ω (Typical) 2
Source current Max. 0.2 mA 2, 3
Sink current Max. 2 mA 2, 3
Item Economy type (without glass base)
Remarks
Type of pressure Gauge pressure
Pressure medium Air 1
Rated pressure (kPa) 40
Max. applied pressure Twice of the rated pressure
Ambient temperature −5 °C to +50 °C 23 °F to +122 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Storage temperature −20 °C to +70 °C −4 °F to +158 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Drive voltage 3±0.15 V.DC
Temperature compensation range
5 °C to 45 °C 41 °F to 113 °F
Offset voltage 0.3±0.09 V 2, 3, 5
Span voltage 2.4±0.03 V 2, 3, 5
Offset voltage temperature
characteristics ±4.0 %FS 3, 4, 5
Sensitivity temperature
characteristics 1.3 %FS 3, 4, 5
Current consumption Max. 3 mA 2
Output impedance 20 Ω (Typical) 2, 3
Source current Max. 0.15 mA 2, 3
Sink current Max. 1.5 mA 2, 3
Notes : 1 Please consult us for pressure media other than air.
2 Indicates output when temperature is 25 °C 77 °F.
3 Indicates output when drive voltage is 5 V. Although output fl uctuates due to fl uctuations in the drive voltage, this is not included.
4 Overall accuracy indicates the accuracy of the offset voltage and rated output voltage at a temperature compensation range of 0 to 50 °C 32 to 122 °F.
5
Accuracy is the value at the time of our shipping. Please set Zero-point calibration function on your products in order to safely use if the offset voltage is shifted.
Notes : 1 Please consult us for pressure media other than air.
2 Indicates output when temperature is 25 °C 77 °F.
3 Indicates output when drive voltage is 3 V. Although output fl uctuates due to fl uctuations in the drive voltage, this is not included.
4 Indicates from output value at 25 °C 77 °F and the change of output at 5 and 45 °C 41 to 113 °F.
5
Accuracy is the value at the time of our shipping. Please set Zero-point calibration function on your products in order to safely use if the offset voltage is shifted.
Standard type
Economy type
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
1000500
Output voltage (V)
Pressure (kPa)
–100
0
1
2
3
4
5
1000
Output voltage (V)
Pressure (kPa)
0 32
−1.25
−1.00
−0.75
−0.50
−0.25
0.00
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
25 77 50 122
Accuracy (%FS)
Temperature (°C °F)
0 32
−1.25
−1.00
−0.75
−0.50
−0.25
0.00
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
25 77 50 122
Accuracy (%FS)
Temperature (°C °F)
−1.25
−1.00
−0.75
−0.50
−0.25
0.00
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
Accuracy (%FS)
0 32 25 77 50 122
Temperature (°C °F)
−1.25
−1.00
−0.75
−0.50
−0.25
0.00
0.25
0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
Accuracy (%FS)
0 32 25 77 50 122
Temperature (°C °F)
Notes : 1 Please consult us for pressure media other than air.
2 Indicates output when drive voltage is 5 V. Although output fl uctuates due to fl uctuations in the drive voltage, this is not included.
3 Overall accuracy indicates the accuracy of the offset voltage and span voltage at temperatures between 0 to 70 °C 32 to 158 °F (FS=4V)
4 The initial offset voltage error is not included in the overall accuracy.
Low pressure type
Item Economy type (without glass base)
Remarks
Type of pressure Gauge pressure
Pressure medium Air 1
Rated pressure (kPa) 6
Max. applied pressure Twice of the rated pressure
Ambient temperature 0 °C to +70 °C 32 °F to +158 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Storage temperature −30 °C to +100 °C −22 °F to +212 °F (no freezing or condensation)
Drive voltage 5±0.25 V.DC
Temperature compensation range
0 °C to 70 °C 32 °F to 158 °F
Offset voltage 0.5 V (Typical) 2
Span voltage 4.0 V (Typical) 2
Overall accuracy ±2.5 %FS 2, 3, 4
Current consumption Max. 10 mA
Output impedance 50 Ω (Typical)
Source current Max. 0.2 mA
Sink current Max. 2.0 mA
Standard type
1.-(1) Output voltage
ADP5170
Drive voltage : 5 V.DC
Temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
Applied pressure : 0 to +1,000 kPa
2.-(1) Output voltage
ADP5100
Drive voltage : 5 V.DC
Temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
Applied pressure : −100 to +100 kPa
1.-(2)
Overall accuracy (Offset voltage)
ADP5170
Drive voltage : 5 V.DC
Temperature : 0 to 50 °C 32 to 122 °F
Applied pressure : 0 kPa
2.-(2)
Overall accuracy (Offset voltage)
ADP5100
Drive voltage : 5 V.DC
Temperature : 0 to 50 °C 32 to 122 °F
Applied pressure : 0 kPa
1.-(3)
Overall accuracy (Rated output voltage)
ADP5170
Drive voltage : 5 V.DC
Temperature : 0 to 50 °C 32 to 122 °F
Applied pressure : +1,000 kPa
2.-(3)
Overall accuracy (Rated output voltage)
ADP5100
Drive voltage : 5 V.DC
Temperature : 0 to 50 °C 32 to 122 °F
Applied pressure : +100 kPa
Reference Data
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
0.0
0.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
3.0 6.0
Output voltage (V)
Applied pressure (kPa)
0 32 10 50 60 14025 77 70 158
1.00
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00
Temperature (°C °F)
Offset voltage (V)
4.50
4.30
4.10
3.90
3.70
3.50
intial after test
Span voltage (V)
intial 100h 500h
1.00
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00
Offset voltage (V)
4.50
4.30
4.10
3.90
3.70
3.50
Span voltage (V)
0 32 10 50 60 14025 77 70 158
Temperature (°C °F)
1.00
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00 intial after test
Offset voltage (V)
intial 100h 500h
4.5
4.3
4.1
3.9
3.7
3.5
Span voltage (V)
intial
1.00
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00
after test
Offset voltage (V)
4.50
4.30
4.10
3.90
3.70
3.50
intial after test
Span voltage (V)
Low pressure type
1 Output voltage
ADP51B61
Drive voltage : 5 V.DC
Temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
Applied pressure : 0 to 6 kPa
3 Ambient temperature characteristics
Ambient temperature : 25 °C 77 °F 0 °C 32 °F 10 °C 50 °F 60 °C 140 °F 70 °C 158 °F
2 THB (high temperature high humidity bias test)
ADP51B61
Within 85 °C 185 °F and 85% RH
5 V applied between No.2 (Vdd) and No.3 (GND)
Applied pressure : 0 kPa
5 Vibration test
ADP51B61
Vibration applied : 10 to 55 Hz, amplitude : 1.5mm, x, y and z directions, 2 hrs each
Applied pressure : 0 kPa
4 Shock test
ADP51B61
Shock applied : 981 m/s2, 3 times in x, y and z directions
Applied pressure : 0 kPa
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
1 cycle (24h)
65 °C
149 °F
65 °C 149 °F 25 °C
77 °F
−10 °C
14 °F
25 °C
77 °F
0% RH
95% RH
2.5h 2.5h 2.5h 2.5h 3.5h1.5h3h 3h 3h
Temp.
Time
□□□
1.00
0.80
0.60
0.40
0.20
0.00 intial 10 cyc
Offset voltage (V)
4.50
4.30
4.10
3.90
3.70
3.50
intial 10 cyc
Span voltage (V)
6 Temperature/humidity cycle test
ADP51B61
Exposed to 10 cycles in the temperature
and humidity conditions given below.
Applied pressure : 0kPa
Evaluation Test
Classifi cation Tested item Tested condition
Result
Environmental
characteristics
Storage at high temperature
Temperature : Left in a 85 °C 185 °F constant temperature bath; Time : 100 hrs.
Passed
Storage at low temperature
Temperature : Left in a –20 °C –4 °F constant temperature bath; Time : 100 hrs.
Passed
Humidity resistance
Temperature/humidity : Left at 40 °C 104 °F, 90 % RH; Time : 100 hrs.
Passed
Temperature cycle
Temperature : –20 °C to 85 °C –4 °F to 185 °F; 1 cycle : 30 min.; Times of cycle : 100 Passed
Endurance
characteristics
High temperature/
high humidity operation
Temperature/humidity : 40 °C 104 °F, 90% RH;
Operation times : 106, rated voltage applied
Passed
Mechanical
characteristics
Vibration resistance Double amplitude : 1.5 mm 0.059 inch; Vibration : 10 to 55 Hz;
Applied vibration direction : X, Y, Z 3 directions; Times : 2 hrs each
Passed
Dropping resistance Dropping height : 75 cm 29.528 inch; Times : 2 times
Passed
Terminal strength Pulling strength : 9.8 N {1 kgf}, 10 sec.;
Bending strength : 4.9 N {0.5 kgf}, left and right 90 ° 1 time
Passed
Soldering
Characteristics
Solderbility Temperature : 230 °C 446 °F; Time : 5 sec.
Passed
Heat resistance (DIP)
Temperature : 260 °C 500 °F; Time : 10 sec.
Passed
Items Criteria
Offset voltage
Rated Output Voltage
Variation amount
within ±2.5%FS of value
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
0.5
0.020
6.5
0.256
f3.0
f0.118
3.0
0.118
1.8
0.071
R0.2
R0.08
9.5
0.374
7.2Max.
7.0Max.
0.283Max.
0.276Max.
4-R0.7
4-R0.028
2.5
2.5
0.98
0.98
7.0
0.276
7.2
0.283
0.25
0.010
NUGND NU
JAPAN
Vcc
NU
Vout
NU NU
Vcc
NU
GND
Vout
f2.2
f0.087
Pressure
inlet hole
Atmospheric
pressure
inlet hole
VccDC 5V Vout
123
654
C
GND
7.5
0.295
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
2.52.5
0.980.98
9.5
0.374
1.1
0.043
2.52.5
0.098
0.098
1.9
0.075
Pressure
inlet hole
f2.2
0.5
10.0 0.020
0.394
0.15
0.059
6.5
f3.0
f0.118
3.0 0.256
0.118
0.5
2.52.5
0.20
0.0980.098
1.8
0.071
R0.2
R0.008
0.25
0.01
Atmospheric
pressure
inlet hole
7.2Max.
7.0Max.
4-R0.7
7.0
0.276
7.2
0.283
NUGND NU
Vcc
NU
Vout
NU NU
Vcc
NU
GND
Vout
JAPAN
VccDC 5V Vout
C
GND
123
654
0.283Max.
0.276Max.
f0.087
4-R0.028
Standard type S Package (Terminal direction : DIP terminal Pressure inlet hole length : 3 mm 0.118 inch)
ADP510
Standard type S Package (Terminal direction : SMD terminal Pressure inlet hole length : 3 mm 0.118 inch)
ADP520
Recommended PC board pattern
Recommended PC board pattern
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal No.
Name
1 Vcc
(Power supply [+])
2 NU (Not usable)
3 Vout (Output)
4 NU (Not usable)
5 NU (Not usable)
6 GND (Ground)
Terminal No.
Name
1 Vcc
(Power supply [+])
2 NU (Not usable)
3 Vout (Output)
4 NU (Not usable)
5 NU (Not usable)
6 GND (Ground)
Dimensions
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unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
5.0
R0.2
8.5
Atmospheric
pressure
inlet hole
0.5
f3.0
1.8
9.5
7.2Max.
7.0Max.
4-R0.7
2.5
2.5
7.0
7.2
0.25
GND NUNU
JAPAN
Vcc
NU
Vout
NU NU
Vcc
NU
GND
Vout
Pressure
inlet hole
f2.2
7.5
6-f0.9
2.52.5
VccDC 5V Vout
C
GND
123
654
0.283Max.
0.276Max.
4-R0.028
f0.087
0.256
0.197
f0.118
0.071
R0.08
0.020
0.98
0.98
0.276
0.283
0.374
0.010
0.98
0.98
0.295
6-f0.035
NC NC
Vcc
NC
GND
Vout
Atmospheric
pressure
inlet hole
8.5
5.0
R0.2
0.5
10.0
0.15
f3.0
0.5
2.52.5
1.8
0.25
7.2Max.
7.0Max.
4-R0.7
7.0
7.2
NCGND NC
Vcc NC Vout
Pressure
inlet hole
f2.2
JAPAN
VccDC 5V Vout
C
GND
123
654
0.283Max.
0.276Max.
f0.087
4-R0.028
f0.118
0.20
0.0980.098
0.071
0.335
0.197
R0.008
0.276
0.283
0.020
0.394
0.059
0.01
9.5
0.374
1.1
0.043
2.52.5
0.098
0.098
1.9
0.075
Standard/Economy type M Package (Terminal direction : DIP terminal Pressure inlet hole length : 5 mm 0.197 inch)
ADP511/ADP51A11
Standard type M Package (Terminal direction : SMD terminal Pressure inlet hole length : 5 mm 0.197 inch)
ADP521
Recommended PC board pattern
Recommended PC board pattern
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal No.
Name
1 Vcc
(Power supply [+])
2 NU (Not usable)
3 Vout (Output)
4 NU (Not usable)
5 NU (Not usable)
6 GND (Ground)
Terminal No.
Name
1 Vcc
(Power supply [+])
2 NU (Not usable)
3 Vout (Output)
4 NU (Not usable)
5 NU (Not usable)
6 GND (Ground)
Dimensions
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unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
8
23
5
1
4
76
13.97
0.550
2.54
0.100
8-f1.2
8-f0.047
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
out
V
Gnd
cc
V
NU
NUNUNUNU
Pressure
inlet hole
f3.0
f0.118
10.7
0.76
0.030
2.7
0.421
0.106
5.0
0.197
0.25
0.010
14.0
0.551
10.4
0.409
2.54
0.100
P2.54×3=7.62
P0.100×3=0.300
P2.54×3=7.62
P0.100×3=0.300
10.4
0.409
R0.5
R0.020
P/N,Lot
1B61
70124
JAPAN
0.01 µF
1.0 µF
13.97
0.550
2.54
0.100
8-f1.2
8-f0.047
P2.54×3=7.62
P0.100×3=0.300
8
23
5
1
4
76
Pressure
inlet hole
19.3
0.76
0.030
2.7
0.760
0.106
13.5
0.535
0.25
0.010
14.0
0.551
10.4
0.409
10.4
0.409
P/N,Lot
70124
JAPAN
out
V
Gnd
cc
V
NU
NUNUNUNU
f5.45
f0.215
C0.3
C0.012
R0.5
R0.020
1B61
0.01 µF
1.0 µF
2.54
0.100
P2.54×3=7.62
P0.100×3=0.300
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
JAPAN
120215
1B63
P/N , Lot
0.25
0.010
1234
8765
14.0
0.551
20.23.3
0.7950.130
10.4
0.409
13.97
0.550
10.4
0.409
0.76
0.030
2.54
0.100
2.54
0.100
f5.45
f0.215
f3.00
f0.118
5.6
0.220
15.6
0.614
P2.54×3=7.62
P0.100
×
3=0.300
P2.54×3=7.62
P0.100
×
3=0.300
out
V
Gnd
cc
V
NU
NUNUNUNU
8-f1.2
8-f0.047
0.01 µF
1.0 µF
Pressure
inlet hole
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
Low pressure type M Package (Terminal direction : DIP terminal, Pressure inlet hole length : 5 mm 0.197 inch) ADP51B61
Low pressure type P Package (Terminal direction : DIP terminal, Pressure inlet hole length : 15.6 mm 0.614 inch) ADP51B63
Low pressure type L Package (Terminal direction : DIP terminal, Pressure inlet hole length : 13.5 mm 0.531 inch) ADP51B62
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal No.
Name
5 NU (Not usable)
6 NU (Not usable)
7 NU (Not usable)
8 NU (Not usable)
Terminal No.
Name
1 NU (Not usable)
2 Vcc
(Power supply [+])
3 GND (Ground)
4 Vout (Output)
Dimensions
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Terminal No.
Name
5 NU (Not usable)
6 NU (Not usable)
7 NU (Not usable)
8 NU (Not usable)
Terminal No.
Name
1 NU (Not usable)
2 Vcc
(Power supply [+])
3 GND (Ground)
4 Vout (Output)
Terminal No.
Name
5 NU (Not usable)
6 NU (Not usable)
7 NU (Not usable)
8 NU (Not usable)
Terminal No.
Name
1 NU (Not usable)
2 Vcc
(Power supply [+])
3 GND (Ground)
4 Vout (Output)
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
Preheating
With in 60 sec.
With in
10 sec.
230 °C
150 °C
446 °F
302 °F
Main heating
Temperature
Time
NOTES
Mounting
Use the land of the printed-circuit board on which the sensor is
securely fixed.
Soldering
Avoid the external thermal influence as the product has a limited
thermal capacity due to its compact structure. Heat deformation
may damage the sensor or deteriorate its performance. Use the
non-corrosive rosin flux. Prevent the flux from entering into the
inside of the product as the sensor is exposed to the atmosphere.
1) Manual soldering
• Raise the temperature of the soldering tip between 260 and
300 °C 500 and 572 °F (30 W) and solder within 5 seconds.
The sensor output may vary if the load is applied on the
terminal during soldering.
Keep the soldering tip clean.
2) DIP soldering (DIP Terminal)
Keep the temperature of the DIP solder tank below 260 °C
572 °F and solder within 5 seconds.
To avoid heat deformation, do not perform DIP soldering
when mounting on the circuit board which has a small
thermal capacity.
3) Reflow soldering (SMD Terminal)
The recommended reflow temperature profile conditions are
given below.
We recommend the screen solder printing method as the
method of cream.
Please refer to the recommended PC board specification
diagram for the PC board foot pattern.
Self alignment may not always work as expected, therefore,
please carefully the position of the terminals and pattern.
The temperature of the profile is assumed to be a value
measured with the printed wiring board of the terminal
neighborhood.
Please evaluate solderbility under the actual mounting
conditions since welding and deformation of the pressure
inlet port may occur due to heat stress depending on
equipments or conditions.
4) Rework soldering
Complete rework at a time.
• Use a flattened soldering tip when performing rework on the
solder bridge. Do not add the flux.
Keep the soldering tip below the temperature described in
the specifications.
5) Avoid drop and rough handling as excessive force may deform
the terminal and damage soldering characteristics.
6) Keep the circuit board warpage within 0.05 mm of the full width
of the sensor.
7) After soldering, do not apply stress on the soldered part when
cutting or bending the circuit board.
8) Prevent human hands or metal pieces from contacting with the
sensor terminal. Such contact may cause anomalous outlets as
the terminal is exposed to the atmosphere.
9) After soldering, prevent chemical agents from adhering to the
sensor when applying coating to avoid insulation deterioration of
the circuit board.
10
) Please consult us concerning leadfree soldering.
Wire connection
1) Correctly wire as in the connection diagram. Reverse connection
may damage the product and degrade the performance.
2) Do not use idle terminals to prevent damages to the sensor.
Cleaning
• Prevent cleaning liquid from entering the inside of the product
as the sensor is exposed to the atmosphere.
Do not perform ultrasonic cleaning in order to prevent damages
to the product.
Environment
1) Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas (organic solvent,
sulfurous acid and hydrogen sulfide gases) which negatively
affects the product.
2) Install the capacitor on the power supply terminal of the sensor
and stabilize supply voltage to maintain a superimposed noise
resistance. Recommended installation is to arrange 0.1 F and
1,000 pF in parallel. Before use, check the noise resistance and
select/add the optimal capacitor.
3) Use surge absorbers as applying the external surge voltage may
damage the internal circuit.
4) Malfunction may occur near electric noises from static electricity,
lightning, broadcast or amateur radio stations and mobile phones.
5) Avoid use in a place where these products come in contact with
water as the sensor does not have a splash-proof construction.
6) Avoid use in an environment where these products cause dew
condensation. When water attached to the sensor chip freezes,
the sensor output may be fluctuated or damaged.
7) Due to the structure of the pressure sensor chip, the output
varies under light. Do not expose the sensor chip to light when
applying a voltage by using a transparent tube.
8) Do not apply high-frequency oscillation, such as ultrasonic
waves, to the product.
Quality check under actual use conditions
These specifications are for individual components. Before use,
carefully check the performance and quality under actual use
conditions to enhance stability.
Other precautions
1) The wrong mounting method and the pressure range may invite
the risk of accidents.
2) Only applicable pressure medium is dry air. Avoid use in the
corrosive gas (organic solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen
sulfide gases) or other mediums containing moisture or foreign
substances. Such mediums may damage or break the product.
3) The pressure sensor chip is located inside the pressure
introduction port. Do not insert foreign substances, such as
wires, into the port as those substances may damage the chip
and close the port. Do not block the atmosphere introduction
port.
4) Use electric power within the rated power range. Use beyond
the range may damage the product.
5) Follow below instructions as static electricity may damage the
product:
(1) For Storage, short the circuit between terminals by using
conductive substances or wrap the whole chip with
aluminum foil. For storage and transportation, avoid plastic
containers which are easily electrified.
(2) Before use, connect electrified materials on desk and
operators to the ground in order to safely discharge static
electricity.
6) Carefully select and fix tubes, introduction pipes and products
based on the working voltage. Please contact us for any inquires.
7) After mounding the pressure sensor, prevent the potting agent
from entering the pressure and the atmosphere introduction ports
when coating the circuit board. Use the elastic resin as the heated
resin may expand, contract and apply pressure to the sensor. After
coating, carefully check if the sensor can be used.
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Pressure Sensor/PS-A (ADP5)
Safety precautions
Accidents occur at certain probability for Electronic components and equipment in spite that we keep working on a
improvement in quality and reliability. In order that accidents result in injury or death, fire accidents and social damages do not
occur, please pay enough attention to safety design such as redundancy design, fire spread preventing design and malfunction
preventing design etc.
Our quality standards fall into the following three categories depending on the applications of the products:
Reference Standards, Special Standards, and Specified Standards that meet the quality assurance program designated by the
customer. These quality standards have been established so that our products will be used for the applications listed below.
Reference Standards: Computers, office automation equipment, communications equipment, audio-video products, home
electrical appliances, machine tools, personal devices, industrial robots
Special Standards: Transportation equipment (automobiles, trains, ships, etc.), traffic signal equipment, crime and disaster
prevention devices, electric power equipment, various safety devices, and medical equipment not directly targeted for life
support
Specified Standards: Aircraft equipment, aeronautical and space equipment, seabed relay equipment, nuclear power control
systems, and medical equipment, devices and systems for life support
Before considering the use of our products under the following conditions, you must contact one of our customer service
representatives without fail and exchange written specifications.
(1) When our products are to be used in any of the applications listed for the Special Standards or Specified Standards
(2) When, even for any of the applications listed for the Reference Standards, our products may possibly be used beyond
the range of the specifications, environment or conditions listed in the document or when you are considering the use of
our products in any conditions or an environment that is not listed in the document
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Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
Product name Terminal profile and direction
Note : Some part numbers may not be available
depending on the combination.
Please refer to the Table of Product Types.
PF pressure sensor
PS pressure sensor
:
:
1
4
Type
Standard type
(With glass base)
Economy type
(Without glass base)
:
:
1
2
Bridge resistance
PF 5 kΩ
PS 5 kΩ
3.3 kΩ
:
:
:
Nil
0
3
DIP terminal
(Direction opposite to the
pressure inlet direction)
:
1
DIP terminal
(Pressure inlet direction)
:
2
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Rated pressure
4.9 kPa
34.3 kPa
49.0 kPa
98.1 kPa
196.1 kPa
343.2 kPa
490.3 kPa
833.6 kPa
980.7 kPa
40.0 kPa
0
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
ADP
Pressure Sensor
PS/PF
Compact size (PS type)
High accuracy and liner characteristic
Broad line-up
RoHS compliant
High precision pressure sensor (without amp.)
Standard packing : Carton : 100 pcs.; Case : 1,000 pcs.
Brige resistance Part No.
PS pressure sensor PF pressure sensor
5 kΩ3.3 kΩ5 kΩ3.3 kΩ
Terminal
DIP terminal:
Direction opposite
to the pressure
inlet direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
SMD terminal DIP terminal:
Direction opposite
to the pressure
inlet direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Direction opposite
to the pressure
inlet direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
DIP terminal:
Direction opposite
to the pressure
inlet direction
DIP terminal:
Pressure inlet
direction
Pressure
Standard type
(with glass
base)
4.9kPa
ADP41010 ADP42010
––
ADP1101 ADP1201
––
34.3kPa
ADP41210 ADP42210
––
ADP1121 ADP1221
––
49.0kPa
ADP41310 ADP42310
––
ADP1131 ADP1231
––
98.1kPa
ADP41410 ADP42410 ADP4932 ADP41413 ADP42413 ADP1141 ADP1241
––
196.1kPa
ADP41510 ADP42510
––
ADP1151 ADP1251
––
343.2kPa
ADP41610 ADP42610
––
ADP1161 ADP1261
––
490.3kPa
ADP41710 ADP42710
––
ADP1171 ADP1271
––
833.6kPa
ADP41810 ADP42810
––
ADP1181 ADP1281
––
980.7kPa
ADP41910 ADP42910 ADP4933 ADP41913 ADP42913 ADP1191 ADP1291
––
Economy type
(without glass
base)
40.0kPa
ADP41A23 ADP42A23
––
ADP11A23 ADP12A23
Industrial use: pressure switches and pneumatic components, compressed air pressure measuring devices and airbeds
Medical use: blood pressure meters, oxygen generator and airbeds
Others: pressure sensing devices for air pressure mediums
Features
Types
Typical Applications
Ordering Information
PS Pressure Sensor PF Pressure Sensor
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Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
60
40
50
20
30
10
0
980.7/2{5} 980.7{10}
Pressure(kPa)
Output voltage (mV)
0
−3
−2
0
05×105
Pressure cycle(cycle)
Offset voltage range(%FS)
1×106
1
−1
3
2
4
3
2
1
0
−2
−1
30 86 60 1400 32
Temperature (°C °F)
Offset voltage-temperature characteristics (%FS)
4
3
2
1
0
−2
−1
Sensitivity-temperature characteristics(%FS)
30 86 60 1400 32
Temperature (°C °F)
−3
−2
0
05×105
Pressure cycle(cycle)
Output span voltage range(%FS)
1×106
1
−1
3
2
Rating
Reference Data
Type Standard type (With glass base) Economy type
(Without glass base)
Type of pressure Gauge pressure
Pressure medium Air 2
Rated pressure (Unit: kPa) 4.9
34.3 to 343.2
490.3 833.6 980.7 98.1 3980.7 340.0
Max. applied pressure Twice of the rated pressure 1.5 times of the
rated pressure
Twice of the
rated pressure
1.5 times of the
rated pressure
Twice of the
rated pressure
Bridge resistance 5,000 Ω ±1,000 Ω3,300 Ω ±700 Ω3,300 Ω ±600 Ω
Ambient temperature −20 °C to +100 °C −4 °F to +212 °F (no freezing or condensation) −5 °C to +50 °C
23 °F to +122 °F
Storage temperature −40 °C to +120 °C −40 °F to +248 °F (no freezing or condensation) −20 °C to +70 °C
−4 °F to +158 °F
Standard temperature 25 °C 77 °F 30 °C 86 °F 25 °C 77 °F
Temperature compensation range
0 °C to 50 °C 32 °F to +122 °F 0 °C to 60 °C
32 °F to +140 °F
5 °C to 45 °C
41 °F to +113 °F
Drive current (constant current)
1.5 mA.DC 1.0 mA.DC 1.5 mA.DC
Output span voltage
40±20 mV
100±40 mV 65±25 mV 43.5±22.5 mV
Offset voltage ±20 mV ±15 mV
Linearity
±0.7 %FS
±0.3 %FS ±0.5 %FS ±0.6 %FS ±1.0 %FS ±0.3 %FS
Pressure hysteresis
±0.6 %FS
±0.2 %FS ±0.4 %FS ±1.0 %FS ±0.7 %FS
Offset voltage-temperature
characteristics
4
±15 %FS
±5.0 %FS ±3.5 %FS ±10 %FS
Sensitivity-temperature
characteristics 4
±10 %FS
±2.5 %FS ±1.3 %FS
Notes : 1 Unless otherwise specifi ed, measurements were taken with a drive current of ±0.01 mA.DC and humidity ranging from 25% to 85%.
2 Please consult us if a pressure medium other than air is to be used.
3 For PS pressure sensor only
4 This is the regulation which applies within the compensation temperature range.
5 Please consult us if the intended use involves a negative pressure.
Characteristics data
Pressure cycle range (0 to rated pressure)
Even after testing for 1 million
times, the variations in the offset
voltage and output span voltage
are minimal.
1.-(1) Output characteristics
ADP41913
Drive current : 1.0 mA.DC ; temperature : 30 °C 86 °F
Tested sample : ADP41913, temperature : 100 °C 212 °F, No. of cycle: 1×106
Offset voltage range Output span voltage range
1.-(2) Offset voltage - temperature
characteristics
ADP41913
Drive current : 1.0 mA.DC; rating ±3.5 %FS
1.-(3) Sensitivity -temperature
characteristics
ADP41913
Drive current : 1.0 mA.DC; rating ±2.5 %FS
[PS pressure sensor]
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Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
100
80
60
40
20
0
−20
−40
49{0.5} 98.1{1}
Pressure(kPa)
Output voltage (mV)
0
−2
−1
0
1
2
Pressure cycle(cycle)
Offset voltage range(%FS)
01×1055×1051×106
4
3
2
1
0
-2
-1
Offset voltage-temperature characteristics (%FS)
25 77 50 1220 32
Temperature (°C °F)
4
3
2
1
0
−2
30 86 60 1400 32
Temperature (°C °F)
−1
Sensitivity-temperature characteristics(%FS)
−2
−1
0
1
2
Pressure cycle(cycle)
Output span voltage range(%FS)
01×1055×1051×106
Characteristics data
1.-(1) Output characteristics
ADP1141
Drive current : 1.5 mA.DC; temperature : 30 °C 86 °F
1.-(2) Offset voltage - temperature
characteristics
ADP1141
Drive current : 1.5 mA.DC; rating ±5 %FS
1.-(2) Sensitivity - temperature
characteristics
ADP1141
Drive current : 1.5 mA.DC; rating ±2.5 %FS
[PF pressure sensor]
Evaluation Test
Classifi cation Tested item Tested condition Result
Environmental
characteristics
Storage at high
temperature
Temperature : Left in a 120 °C 248 °F constant temperature bath
Time : 1,000 hrs. Passed
Storage at low
temperature
Temperature : Left in a −40 °C –40 °F constant temperature bath
Time : 1,000 hrs. Passed
Humidity Temperature/humidity : Left at 40 °C 104 °F, 90 % RH
Time : 1,000 hrs. Passed
Temperature cycle
Temperature : –40 °C to 120 °C –40 °F to 248 °F
1 cycle : 30 Min.
Times of cycle : 100
Passed
Endurance
characteristics
High temperature/
high humidity operation
Temperature/humidity : 40°C 104 °F, 90% RH
Operation times : 106, rated voltage applied. Passed
Mechanical
characteristics
Vibration resistance
Double amplitude : 1.5 mm 0.059 inch
Vibration : 10 to 55 Hz
Applied vibration direction : X, Y, Z 3 directions
Times : 2 hrs each
Passed
Dropping resistance Dropping height : 75 cm 29.528 inch
Times : 2 times Passed
Terminal strength Pulling strength : 9.8 N {1 kgf}, 10 sec.
Bending strength : 4.9 N {0.5 kgf}, left and right 90 ° 1 time Passed
Soldering
resistance
Soldered
in DIP soldering bath
Temperature : 230 °C 446 °F
Time : 5 sec. Passed
Temperature Temperature : 260°C 500 °F
Time : 10 sec. Passed
Note: For details other than listed above, please consult us.
Pressure cycle range (0 to rated pressure)
Tested sample : ADP1131, temperature : 25 °C 77 °F
Offset voltage range Output span voltage range
Even after testing for 1 million
times, the variations in the offset
voltage and output span voltage
are minimal.
Items Criteria
Offset valtage
Output span voltage
Variation amount
within ±5.0%FS of value
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Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
7.5
0.295
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
2.52.5
0.0980.098
R2
R3
R1
R4
1
2
3
4
6
−Input
+Input
5
is no connection
+Output
−Output
4.6
0.181
8.2Max.
0.323Max.
0.25
0.010
9.5
0.374
7.2
0.283
7.2
0.283
5
0.5
0.020
2.5
3.5
0.138
f2.5
f0.098
2.5
0.020 0.020
4
0.197
0.157
R 0.2
R 0.08
f4
f0.157
JAPAN
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
456
213
Pressure
inlet hole
f1.1
f0.043
R2
R3
R1
R4
1
2
3
4
6
−Input
+Input
5
is no connection
+Output
−Output
f5
f0.197
7.5
0.295
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
2.52.5
0.0980.098
0.25
0.010
9.5
0.374
8.2Max.
0.323Max.
3.7
0.164
7.2
0.283
7.2
0.283
3.5
0.5
0.020
5
0.138 0.197
2.5 f2.5
f0.098
2.5
0.098 0.098
R0.2
R0.008
4
0.157
f4
f0.157
JAPAN
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
456
213
Pressure
inlet hole
f1.1
f0.043
1.9
0.075
2.5 2.5
0.098 0.098
1.1
0.043
9.5
0.374
2.5
2.5
0.098
0.098
0.5 0.020
10.0
0.283
7.2
7.2
0.283
f2.5 f0.098
f4.0 f0.157
0.5
0.394
0.020
4.0
5.0
8.5
0.016
0.020
0.335
R 0.45
R 0.018
0.15
0.006
JAPAN
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
456
213
Pressure
inlet hole
f1.1
f0.043 R2
R3
R1
R4
1
2
3
4
6
−Input
+Input
5
is no connection
+Output
−Output
Dimensions
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Terminal direction : DIP terminal Direction opposite to the pressure inlet direction ADP41□□□
Terminal direction : SMD terminal ADP4932, ADP4933
Terminal direction : DIP terminal Pressure inlet direction ADP42□□□
[PS pressure sensor]
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal No.
Name
1Power supply (+)
2Output (+)
3Power supply (–)
4Power supply (–)
5Output (–)
6No connection
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
Terminal No.
Name
1Power supply (+)
2Output (+)
3Power supply (–)
4Power supply (–)
5Output (–)
6No connection
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
Terminal No.
Name
1Power supply (+)
2Output (+)
3Power supply (–)
4Power supply (–)
5Output (–)
6No connection
Note: Leave terminal 6 unconnected.
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
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Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
2.54
10.16
0.100
0.400
2.54
5.08
0.100
0.200
f
6
f
0.236
2
3
5
6
1
R1R2
R4R3
−Output
Input
+Output
+Input
C0.5
C0.020
R0.5
R0.020
4
0.6
0 to 15°
0.25
0.010
6
3.3
0.157
0.236
0.130
0.25
0.024
0.010
1.2
0.5
2.54 2.54
0.047
0.020
0.100 0.100
10.16
0.400
f3
f0.118
10
0.394
8.6
0.339
JAPAN
321
456
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
Pressure inlet hole
f0.8 f0.031
Tolerance : ±0.1
2
3
5
6
1
R1R2
R4
R3
−Output
Input
+Output
+Input
6-f0.9
6-f0.035
2.54
10.16
0.100
0.400
2.54
5.08
0.100
0.200
1.1
0 to 15°
0.25
0.010
3.3 6
0.6
0.043
0.024
2.54
0.5
1.2
2.54
0.100
0.020
0.047
0.100
10.16
0.400
4.9
0.130
0.2360.193
C0.5
C0.020
R0.5
R0.020
10
0.394
8.6
0.339
f3
f0.118
JAPAN
321
456
Atmospheric
pressure inlet hole
Pressure inlet hole
f0.8 f0.031
Tolerance : ±0.1
Dimensions
The CAD data of the products with a mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/
Terminal No.
Name
1 Output (–)
2 Power supply (+)
3 Output (+)
4 No connection
5 Power supply (–)
6 Output (–)
Note: Leave terminal 4 unconnected.
Terminal No.
Name
1 Power supply (+)
2 Output (+)
3 Power supply (–)
4 Power supply (–)
5 Output (–)
6 No connection
Note: Leave terminal 4 unconnected.
Terminal direction : DIP terminal Direction opposite to the pressure inlet direction ADP11□□()
Terminal direction : DIP terminal Pressure inlet direction ADP12□□()
[PF pressure sensor]
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Recommended PC board pattern
(BOTTOM VIEW)
Terminal connection
diagram
Terminal connection
diagram
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
unit : mm inch
General tolerance : ±0.3 ±0.012
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Pressure Sensor/PS(ADP4), PF(ADP1)
Amplifier circuit unit
Constant current
circuit unit Pressure
sensor
OP
AMP
OP
AMP
OP
AMP
When the pressure is high
196.1 kPa to 980.7 kPa
When the pressure is low
4.9k Pa to 98.1 kPa
PC board PC board
O-ring
Pressure
inlet pipe
Tube
If a tube is used as the pressure inlet pipe,
it may become disengaged. Use a sturdy
tube and secure it using O-rings.
Preheating
With in 60 sec.
With in
10 sec.
230 °C
150 °C
446 °F
302 °F
Main heating
Temperature
Time
NOTES
APPLICATION CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (EXAMPLE)
MOUNTING METHOD
Mounting
Use the land of the printed-circuit board on which the sensor is
securely fixed.
Soldering
Avoid the external thermal influence as the product has a limited
thermal capacity due to its compact structure. Heat deformation
may damage the sensor or deteriorate its performance. Use the
non-corrosive rosin flux. Prevent the flux from entering into the
inside of the product as the sensor is exposed to the atmosphere.
1) Manual soldering
• Raise the temperature of the soldering tip between 260 and
300 °C 500 and 572 °F (30 W) and solder within 5 seconds.
The sensor output may vary if the load is applied on the
terminal during soldering.
Keep the soldering tip clean.
2) DIP soldering (DIP Terminal)
Keep the temperature of the DIP solder tank below 260 °C
500 °F and solder within 5 seconds.
To avoid heat deformation, do not perform DIP soldering
when mounting on the circuit board which has a small
thermal capacity.
3) Reflow soldering (SMD Terminal)
The recommended reflow temperature profile conditions are
given below.
We recommend the screen solder printing method as the
method of cream.
Please refer to the recommended PC board specification
diagram for the PC board foot pattern.
Self alignment may not always work as expected, therefore,
please carefully the position of the terminals and pattern.
The temperature of the profile is assumed to be a value
measured with the printed wiring board of the terminal
neighborhood.
Please evaluate solderbility under the actual mounting
conditions since welding and deformation of the pressure
inlet port may occur due to heat stress depending on
equipments or conditions.
4) Rework soldering
• Complete rework at a time.
• Use a flattened soldering tip when performing rework on the
solder bridge. Do not add the flux.
• Keep the soldering tip below the temperature described in
the specifications.
5) Avoid drop and rough handling as excessive force may deform
the terminal and damage soldering characteristics.
6) Keep the circuit board warpage within 0.05 mm of the full width
of the sensor.
7) After soldering, do not apply stress on the soldered part when
cutting or bending the circuit board.
8) Prevent human hands or metal pieces from contacting with the
sensor terminal.
Such contact may cause anomalous outlets as the terminal is
exposed to the atmosphere.
9) After soldering, prevent chemical agents from adhering to the
sensor when applying coating to avoid insulation deterioration of
the circuit board.
10
) Please consult us concerning leadfree soldering.
Cleaning
Prevent cleaning liquid from enteringthe inside of the product as
the sensor isexposed to the atmosphere.
Do not perform ultrasonic cleaning in order to prevent
damages to the product.
Environment
1) Avoid use and storage in the corrosive gas (organic solvent,
sulfurous acid and hydrogen sulfide gases) which negatively
affects the product.
2) Avoid use in a place where these products come in contact
with water as the sensor does not have a splash-proof
construction.
3) Avoid use in an environment where these products cause dew
condensation.
When water attached to the sensor chip freezes, the sensor
output may be fluctuated or damaged.
4) Due to the structure of the pressure sensor chip, the output
varies under light.
Do not expose the sensor chip to light when applying a voltage
by using a transparent tube.
5) Do not apply high-frequency oscillation, such as ultrasonic
waves, to the product.
Quality check under actual use conditions
These specifications are for individual components.
Before use, carefully check the performance and quality
under actual use conditions to enhance stability.
Other precautions
1) The wrong mounting method and the pressure range may invite
the risk of accidents.
2) Only applicable pressure medium is dry air. Avoid use in the
corrosive gas (organic solvent, sulfurous acid and hydrogen
sulfide gases) or other mediums containing moisture or foreign
substances. Such mediums may damage or break the product.
3) The pressure sensor chip is located inside the pressure
introduction port. Do not insert foreign substances, such as
wires, into the port as those substances may damage the chip
and close the port. Do not block the atmosphere introduction
port.
4) Use electric power within the rated power range. Use beyond
the range may damage the product.
5) Follow below instructions as static electricity may damage the
product:
(1)
For Storage, short the circuit between terminals by using
conductive substances or wrap the whole chip with aluminum
foil. For storage and transportation, avoid plastic containers
which are easily electrified.
(2) Before use, connect electrified materials on desk and
operators to the ground in order to safely discharge static
electricity.
6) Carefully select and fix tubes, introduction pipes and products based
on the working voltage. Please contact us for any inquires.
The general method of air pressure transmission varies depending
on the low/high pressure condition.
• Usage note
(1) Select a study pressure introduction pipe to avoid pressure leak.
(2) Securely fix the pressure introduction pipe to avoid pressure leak.
(3) Do not block the pressure introduction pipe.
The pressure sensor converts a voltage by constant
current drive and if necessary, amplifies the voltage.
The circuit on the right is a typical use example.
Methods
of transmitting
air pressures
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Glossary of Common Terms for Pressure Sensors
D1
D2
Rated pressure
Rated pressure output voltage
Output voltage
1/2 rated Rated No load
Offset
voltage
FS
No load
Δ1
Δ2
No load
FS1
FS
Compensation
lower limit temperature
No
Compensation upper
limit temperature
Standard temperature
FS2
Output voltage
The bridge resistance is
the resistance of the four
resistive elements that
make up the bridge
expressed as one
combined resistance.
R1R2
R4R3
Pressure object
This is what can be used to activate the pressure
sensor.
(The Panasonic Corporation pressure sensor can be
used with gas.)
Rated pressure
The pressure value up to which the specifications of
the pressure sensor are guaranteed.
Maximum applied pressure
The maximum pressure that can be applied to the
pressure sensor, after which, when the pressure
is returned to below the rated pressure range,
the specifications of the pressure sensor are
guaranteed.
Temperature compensation range
The temperature range across which the
specification values of the pressure sensor are
guaranteed.
Drive current (voltage)
The supply current (voltage) required to drive a
pressure sensor.
Output span voltage
The difference between the rated output voltage and
the offset voltage. The output span voltage is also
called the full-scale voltage (FS).
Offset voltage
The output voltage of a pressure sensor when no
pressure is applied.
Rated pressure output voltage
Output voltage when rated pressure is applied.
Linearity
When the pressure is varied from no load to the
rated pressure, the linearity is the amount of shift
between the straight line that joins the no-load
voltage value and the rated pressure voltage value
(expressed as the ratio of the amount of shift (D1)
at half of the rated pressure value with respect to
the full scale voltage (FS)).
Output hysteresis
The ratio of the difference (D2) in the noload output
voltages when the pressure is varied from no load
to the rated pressure then reduced back to no load,
with respect to the full scale voltage (FS).
Offset voltage temperature characteristic
The variation of the offset voltage with changes
in ambient temperature. The difference between
the offset voltage at the standard temperature
and the offset values at the compensation lower
limit temperature (low temperature) (D1) and
compensation upper limit temperature (high
temperature) (D2) are obtained, and the offset
voltage temperature characteristic is expressed
as the ratio of the larger of these two differences
(absolute) with respect to the full scale voltage (FS).
Temperature sensitivity characteristic
The variation of the sensitivity with changes in
ambient temperature (variation in full scale (FS)).
The difference between the full scale voltage at the
standard temperature (FS) and the full scale values
at the compensation lower limit temperature (low
temperature) (FS1) and compensation upper limit
temperature (high temperature) (FS2) are obtained,
and the offset voltage temperature characteristic is
expressed as the ratio of the larger of these two
differences (FS1 - FS and FS2 - FS (absolute)) with
respect to the full scale voltage (FS).
Bridge resistance
Refers to the resistance value of a piezoresistance
formed on a monolithic silicon substrate.
For example, the values of the resistances R1 to R4
in the bridge are typically 5 kΩ each.
When the resistances of the resistive elements R1
to R4 that comprise the bridge are 5 kΩ each, the
equivalent composite resistance of the bridge is 5
kΩ (3 kΩ bridges are also available).
Overall accuracy
Accuracy of offset voltage and rated pressure output
voltage within the temperature compensation range.
EXPLANATION OF TERMS
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ISO14001, ISO9001, ISO/TS16949 Certificate of approval
AP
C
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ISO14001
Certifi cate of approval
Panasonic Automation Controls Business Unit,
which develops, manufactures and sells such as
relays and switches, is certified according to the
ISO 14001 environmental management system
standard established by the International Standards
for Organization (ISO).
Through our business activities, which objectives
are to live in harmony with the global environment
and contribute to the realization of a sustainable
society, we have been making efforts to reduce
greenhouse gases and promote recycling of
resources. Furthermore, with due consideration to
biodiversity, we have been working for improving the
global environment and living in harmony with the
international community.
ISO/TS16949
Certifi cate of approval
Our Switching Device Division has been accredited
for ISO/TS16949, covering our quality management
system for an entire spectrum of automotive products
ranging from mechanical to semiconductor relays.
ISO/TS16949 is a standard based on ISO9001 that
adds items necessary for the automobile industry.
It calls for a comprehensive quality management
system that includes CS, cost performance, ongoing
improvement, and many other aspects of quality
management.
Certifi cation Status
Switching Device Division approved
Panasonic Industrial Devices Obihiro Co., Ltd. approved
Panasonic Industrial Devices Taiko Co., Ltd. approved
Panasonic Manufacturing (Thailand) Co., Ltd. approved
Panasonic Industrial Devices Mexicana S.A. de C.V.
approved
Panasonic Electric Works Taiko Device (Shenzhen) Co.,
Ltd. approved
Advantages
Strengthening and upgrading quality assurance
organizational structures applicable on an international
basis
Technology can be accumulated and disseminated
through documentation and records
Leads to improved reliability of the manufacturer’s
quality and improved CS (customer satisfaction)
The Necessity and
Pursuit of ISO Certifi cation
Expanding to other
Expanding to other
overseas bases
overseas bases
Expanding to affiliated
Expanding to affiliated
companies and
companies and
cooperating companies
cooperating companies
Switching Device Division certified for
Switching Device Division certified for
ISO9001 UKAS and RVA registration
ISO9001 UKAS and RVA registration
(October, 1993)
(October, 1993)
Panasonic Industrial Devices Obihiro
Panasonic Industrial Devices Obihiro
Co., Ltd. certified for ISO9001
Co., Ltd. certified for ISO9001
Panasonic Electric Works Europe AG
Panasonic Electric Works Europe AG
certified for ISO9001
certified for ISO9001
Panasonic Electric Works Europe AG.
Panasonic Electric Works Europe AG.
German Factory certified for ISO9001
German Factory certified for ISO9001
Panasonic Industrial Devices (Beijing)
Panasonic Industrial Devices (Beijing)
Co., Ltd. certified for ISO9001
Co., Ltd. certified for ISO9001
Panasonic Manufacturing (Thailand)
Panasonic Manufacturing (Thailand)
Co., Ltd. certified for ISO9001
Co., Ltd. certified for ISO9001
Panasonic Electric Works, Mexicana
Panasonic Electric Works, Mexicana
S.A. de C.V. certified for ISO9001
S.A. de C.V. certified for ISO9001
Instructional activities
Instructional activities
relating to ISO
relating to ISO
Preparation of quality
Preparation of quality
manuals and quality
manuals and quality
planning manuals
planning manuals
Establishment of new
Establishment of new
quality systems and
quality systems and
expanding them to
expanding them to
business operations
business operations
Upgrading internal
Upgrading internal
quality monitoring
quality monitoring
ISO9000
• ISO9000
Certification Acquisition
Certification Acquisition
ISO9001
Certifi cate of approval
Our Switching Device Division, which handles from
development to production and marketing, has been
approved for certification of the ISO9001 quality
assurance standard established by the International
Standards for Organization (ISO).
This achievement was officially registered by
the certification organizations United Kingdom
Accreditation Service (UKAS) and the Dutch
accreditation council Raad voor Accreditatie
(RVA) on Jun 29, 1993, and additionally certified
by the German accreditation system Deutscher
Akkreditierungs Rat (DAR) and Joint Accreditation
System of Australia & New Zealand (JASANZ) on
January 17, 1995 in our comprehensive product
range from mechanical to semiconductor relays.
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