Digital Fibre Optic SensorsFS-V20 series

FS-V21X

Fibre Amplifier, Cable Type, Main Unit, NPN

SPECIFICATIONS

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Model

FS-V21X*1

Type

Main unit: Infrared LED*2, NPN

Light source

Infrared LED (950 nm)

Response time

250 µs (FINE) /500 µs (TURBO) /1 ms (SUPER TURBO) /4 ms (ULTRA TURBO) /500 µs (HIGH RESOLUTION) /50 µs (HIGH SPEED)

Shift function

Max. ±1,999 (variable)

Timer function

Mode

Timer OFF, OFF-delay timer, ON-delay timer, and oneshot timer (1 to 500 ms)

Control output

NPN open collector output at 40 V with 100 mA max.*3 and a residual voltage of 1 V max.

Rating

Power voltage

12 to 24 VDC ±10 %, Ripple (P-P) 10 % or less

Power consumption

Normal

S-APC mode OFF: 580 mW, S-APC mode turned ON or when the HIGH SPEED mode is selected.: 720 mW

ECO half

S-APC mode OFF: 480 mW, S-APC mode turned ON or when the HIGH SPEED mode is selected.: 600 mW

ECO all

S-APC mode OFF: 430 mW, S-APC mode turned ON or when the HIGH SPEED mode is selected.: 550 mW

Environmental resistance

Ambient light

Incandescent lamp: 20,000 lux max., Sunlight: 30,000 lux max.

Ambient temperature

-10 to +55 °C (No freezing)

Relative humidity

35 to 85 % RH (No condensation)

Vibration resistance

10 to 55 Hz, Double amplitude 1.5 mm, 2 hours in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

Shock resistance

500 m/s2, 3 times in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

Case material

Unit and cover are both polycarbonate made

Size

W 9 mm x L 70 mm x H 30 mm

Weight

Approx. 80 g (including 2-m cable)

*1 The model is sold only in Japan. Consult your KEYENCE representative if the model is required outside Japan.
*2 The operation indication light of the infrared types does not illuminate.
*3 The maximum current will be 20 mA in the case of expansion.

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