Ultra-small Digital Laser SensorLV-S series

LV-12SA

Amplifier Unit, Expansion Unit, NPN

SPECIFICATIONS

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Model

LV-12SA

Type

Expansion unit (1 line)

Main unit/Expansion unit

Applicable model

LV-S61/S41/S41L/S31/S71/S72

Control output

NPN open-collector × 2 channels, 40 VDC maximum, 100 mA or less per output

Response time

ExceptLV-S31

ULTRA

4 ms

SUPER

2 ms

TURBO

500 μs

FINE

250 μs

HSP

80 μs

LV-S31standard mode

500 μs

LV-S31standard mode

SPED2

2 ms

SPED3

8 ms

SPED4

32 ms

LV-S31High-speed mode

250 μs

Control input

Light emission stop input, external calibration, set value bank selection input, or received light intensity shift input

Number of interference prevention units

ULTRA

4

SUPER

TURBO

2

FINE

HSP

0

Unit expansion

Up to 16 units (17 units total including the main unit)*1

Rating

Power voltage

12 to 24 VDC, Ripple (P-P) 10 % or less, Class 2*2

Power consumption

Normal

1.5 W or less (62.5 mA or less at 24 V)

Ratings

Eco-Half Eco-All

1.35 W or less (57.3 mA or less at 24 V)

Environmental resistance

Ambient temperature

-10 to +55 °C (No freezing)*3

Vibration resistance

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

Material

Main unit

Main body, cover: Polycarbonate

Weight

Approx. 80 g (including 2 m cable)

*1 When extended, the ambient usage temperature varies according to the following conditions.
Be sure to mount units on a DIN rail (attached to a metal plate) and ensure that the output current is
*2 When more than 8 units connected, be sure to use supply voltage 24 VDC Ripple (P-P) 10 % max.
*3 To connect several units they must be mounted on a METAL DIN rail. Ensure that the output current is 20 mA max. With several units connected, the allowable ambient temperature range varies as follows: 1 to 2 units connected: -10 to +55 °C, 3 to 10 units connected: -10 to +50 °C, 11 to 16 units connected: -10 to +45 °C

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