RGB Digital Fibreoptic SensorsCZ-V20 series

CZ-V22A

Amplifier Unit, Expansion Unit, NPN

SPECIFICATIONS

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Model

CZ-V22A*1

Output

NPN output

Main unit/Expansion unit

Expansion unit

Response time

200 μs (HIGH SPEED)/1 ms (FINE)/4 ms (TURBO)/8 ms (SUPER)

Control output

NPN open-collector x 4 channels, 40 VDC max., Up to 100 mA for one output, Up to 200 mA in total of 4 outputs, Residual voltage: 1.0 V max.*2

Protection circuit

Reverse-polarity protection, overcurrent protection, surge absorber

External tuning input, external bank switch input (C/C + I-mode), external shift input (super I-mode)

Input time: 20 ms min.

Timer function

Timer OFF/OFF-delay/ON-delay/One-shot, Timer time: 1 to 1000 ms adjustable (for each bank respectively)

Unit expansion

Up to 3 units (4 units total including the main unit)

Number of interference prevention units

0 for HIGH SPEED; 2 for FINE/TURBO/SUPER

Rating

Power voltage

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

Power consumption

Normal mode: 1.5 W (62.5 mA or less), Eco-mode: 1 W (42.0 mA or less)

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

Housing, cover: Polycarbonate

Accessories

End Unit × 2

Weight

Approx. 100 g

*1 The expansion unit of the FS-V20 Series cannot be connected to the main unit of the CZ-V20 Series. To connect the FS and CZ Series units, connect the expansion unit of the CZ-V20 Series to
the main unit of the FS-V20 Series.
To connect two or more expansion units, connect the CZ-V20 Series units on the right of the FS-V20 Series units.
*2 20 mA max. when several units are connected.
*3 When several units are connected, the acceptable ambient temperature varies depending on the conditions given below. To connect several units, be sure to mount them to a DIN rail and to limit the output
current to a maximum of 20 mA.
When 1 or 2 units are connected: -10 to +50 °C
When 3 units are connected: -10 to +45 °C

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