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Capacitive 34 mm 1. The dotted line shows a transistor circuit load. D1 Prox. Blue Black 0V 2. Note: IEC colors are shown in parentheses. This is normal, and the problem can be cured by installing a bleeder resistor in parallel with the load. Use the formulas given here to calculate the power rating and value of the resistor. This prevents the sensor from being affected by metallic objects other than the target.
Also, when using the supplied mounting bracket, be sure to allow a distance of 20 mm or more between the detecting face and the mounting bracket. Opposed mounting Surrounding conductive object Detecting face 3. Parallel mounting To ground Metal 3.
Use the screwdriver provided with each sensor to turn the sensitivity adjustment screw. However, if any large surge generating source i. Sensitivity adjustment Stop when the sensor turns ON 2 Place a target in front of the sensor.
Sensitivity adjustment Stop when the sensor turns OFF 3 If the number of revolutions is greater than one and a half, the sensor will provide stable output. If the number of revolutions is less than one and a half, increase or decrease the distance between the target and the sensing face as necessary to allow at least one and a half revolutions between the ON and OFF positions. Then perform the second adjustment operation 2 when the target is at the farthest position from the sensor.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
E2K-C Long-Distance Capacitive Sensor