RGB Digital Fibreoptic SensorsCZ series


Amplifier Unit, Main Unit, NPN


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Light source

Red LED, Green LED, Blue LED

Response time

300 μs/1 ms (switch-selectable)

Indicator lamp

Output: Red LED, Calibration: Orange LED, External synchronization input: Green LED,
Matching rate/received light intensity: LCD (Red/Green)

Error indication

Excess light intensity, insufficient light intensity, insufficient colour difference

Calibration method

1-point/2-point calibration (switch-selectable)

Tolerance value adjustment

Numerical value setting on digital display

Differentiation mode

C mode/C + I mode/I mode (switch-selectable)

Timer function

OFF-delay timer (40 ms)/Timer OFF (switch-selectable)

Output selection

Match output: Turns on when target colour matches registered colour.
Mismatch output: Turns on when target colour is different from registered colour. (switch-selectable)

External synchronisation input

Response speed: 500 μs max.

External calibration input

Input response time: 20 ms min.

Registered colour selection

8-bank selection (By external input),
Non-voltage input, Input response time: 20 ms min.

Control output

NPN: 40 VDC max. (100 mA max.), Residual voltage: 1.0 V max.

Protection circuit

Reverse-polarity protection (power supply),
overcurrent protection (output), surge absorber (output)


Power voltage

12 to 24 VDC ±10%, Ripple (P-P): 10% max.

Current consumption

75 mA max.

Environmental resistance

Operating ambientluminance

Incandescent lamp: 5000 lux max., Sunlight: 10000 lux max.

Operating ambient temperature

-10 to +55°C (no freezing)*1

Operating ambient humidity

35 to 85% RH (No condensation)


10 to 55 Hz, 1.5 mm, double amplitude in X, Y, Z directions, 2 hours respectively

Shock resistance

500 m/s2 in X, Y, Z directions, 3 times respectively

Case material



Approx 115 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 20 mA or less. When extended

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