D-M9N

Manufacturer Part NumberD-M9N
DescriptionSensor, solid state, direct mount, grommet connection, for MX/MH/CQ2/NCQ2/NCQ8
ManufacturerSMC Corporation
TypeHall Effect
D-M9N datasheet
 

Specifications of D-M9N

FunctionProximityPrimary TypeProximity
TechnologyHall Effect  
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Precautions 1
Be sure to read before handling.
For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text.
Warning
1. Check the specifications.
Read the specifications carefully and use this product
appropriately. The product may be damaged or malfunction if it
is used outside the range of specifications of current current,
voltage, temperature or impact.
2. Use caution when multiple cylinders are used
and close to each other.
When two or more auto switch cylinders are lined up in close
proximity to each other, magnetic field interference may cause
the switches to malfunction. Maintain a minimum cylinder
separation of 40 mm. (When the allowable interval is specified
for each cylinder series, use the indicated value.)
3. Use caution to the ON time of a switch at the
intermediate position of stroke.
When an auto switch is placed at an intermediate position of
the stroke and a load is driven at the time the piston passes,
the auto switch will operate, but if the speed is too great, the
operating time will be shortened and the load may not operate
properly. The maximum detectable piston speed is:
Auto switch operating range (mm)
V (mm/s) =
Load operating time (ms)
In cases of high piston speed, the use of an auto switch (D-
F5NT/F7NT/G5NT and M5„T) with a built-in OFF delay timer
(≅ 200 ms) makes it possible to extend the load operating time.
4. Wiring should be kept as short as possible.
<Reed switches>
As the length of the wiring to a load gets longer, the rush
current at switching ON becomes greater, and this may
shorten the product’s life. (The switch will stay ON all the time.)
1) For an auto switch without a connect protection circuit, use
a contact protection box when the wire length is 5 m or
longer.
2) Even if an auto switch has a built-in contact protection
circuit, when the wiring is more than 30 m long, it is not able
to adequately absorb the rush current and its life may be
reduced. It is again necessary to connect a contact
protection box in order to extend its life. Please contact
SMC in this case.
<Solid state switches>
3) Although wire length should not affect switch function, use a
wire 100 m or shorter.
5. Use caution to the internal voltage drop of a
switch.
<Reed switches>
1) Switches with an indicator light (Except D-A56/A76H/A96/
A96V/C76/E76A/Z76)
• If auto switches are connected in series as shown below,
take note that there will be a large voltage drop because of
internal resistance in the light emitting diodes. (Refer to
internal voltage drop in the auto switch specifications.)
[The voltage drop will be “n” times larger when “n” auto
switches are connected.]
Even though an auto switch operates normally, the load
may not operate.
6-16-4
Design and Selection
• Similarly, when operating below a specified voltage, it is
possible that the load may be ineffective even though the
auto switch function is normal. Therefore, the formula below
should be satisfied after confirming the minimum operating
voltage of the load.
Supply
voltage
2) If the internal resistance of a light emitting diode causes a
problem, select a switch without an indicator for right
(MODEL D-A6„/A80/A80H/A90/A90V/C80/R80/90/E80A/
Z80)
<Solid state switches>
3) Generally, the internal voltage drop will be greater with a 2-
wire solid state auto switch than with a reed switch. Take the
same precautions as in 1).
Also note that a 12 VDC relay is not applicable.
6. Use caution to the leakage current.
<Solid state switches>
With a 2-wire solid state auto switch, current (leakage current)
flows to the load to operate the internal circuit even when in
the OFF state.
x 1000
Current to operate load (OFF condition) > Leakage current
If the condition given in the above formula is not met, it will not
reset correctly (stays ON). Use a 3-wire switch if this
specification cannot be satisfied.
Moreover, leakage current flow to the load will be “n” times
larger when “n” auto switches are connected in parallel.
7. Do not use a load that generates surge voltage.
<Reed switches>
If driving a load such as a relay that generates a surge voltage,
use a switch with a built-in contact protection circuit or use a
contact protection box.
<Solid state switches>
Although a zener diode for surge protection is connected at the
output side of a solid state auto switch, damage may still occur
if the surge is applied repeatedly. When a load, such as a relay
or solenoid, which generates surge is directly driven, use a
type of switch with a built-in surge absorbing element.
8. Cautions for use in an interlock circuit
When an auto switch is used for an interlock signal requiring
high reliability, devise a double interlock system to avoid
trouble by providing a mechanical protection function, or by
also using another switch (sensor) together with the auto
switch.
Also perform periodic maintenance inspections and confirm
proper operation.
9. Ensure sufficient space for maintenance
activities.
When designing an application, be sure to allow sufficient
space for maintenance and inspection.
Load
Internal voltage
Minimum operating
>
drop of switch
voltage of load

D-M9N Summary of contents

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    ... OFF state. x 1000 Current to operate load (OFF condition) > Leakage current If the condition given in the above formula is not met, it will not reset correctly (stays ON). Use a 3-wire switch if this specification cannot be satisfied. Moreover, leakage current flow to the load will be “n” times larger when “ ...

  • Page 2

    ... Avoid incorrect wiring. <Reed switches> VDC switch with indicator light has polarity. The brown lead wire or terminal no (+), and the blue lead wire or terminal no (–). [In the case of model D-97, the side without indicator is (+), and the black line side is (–).] 1) If connections are reversed, a switch will operate, however, the light emitting diode will not light up ...

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    ... Confirm that the green light on the 2-color indicator type switch lights up. Confirm that the Green LED is ON when stopped at the set position. If the Red LED is ON when stopped at the set position, the mounting position is not appropriate. Readjust the mounting position until the Green LED lights up. ...

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    ... To connect a switch unit to a contact protection box, connect the lead wire from the side of the contact protection box marked SWITCH to the lead wire coming out of the switch unit. Keep the switch as close as possible to the contact protection box, with a lead wire length of no more than 1 meter. Electrical entry: Connector type (A73C/A80C/C73C/C80C) „ ...

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    ... The indicator lights will light Brown up when both of the Switch 2 switches are in the ON state. Blue Load voltage Power supply voltage – Residual voltage x 2 pcs – pcs Example: Power supply is 24 VDC Internal voltage drop in switch 6-16-8 Solid state 2-wire Brown ...

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    6-15-36 ...

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    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 8

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

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    ... Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Lead wire with connector may be shipped with switch. Note 4) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 10

    ... Indicator light Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 11

    ... Indicator light Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 12

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 13

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 14

    ... Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Lead wire with connector may be shipped with switch. Note 4) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 15

    ... Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 16

    ... Indicator light Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 17

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 18

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 19

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 20

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 21

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

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    ... V or less Indicator light Red LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 11-11-5. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 11-11-5. Dimensions D-R731: Right-hand mounting ...

  • Page 23

    ... Indicator light Red LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 11-11-5. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 11-11-5. Dimensions D-R731C: Right-hand mounting Most sensitive position ...

  • Page 24

    ... VDC Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight D-H7A1 Auto switch model 0 ...

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    ... VDC Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight D-G59 Auto switch model 0 ...

  • Page 26

    ... Internal voltage drop Leakage current Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight Auto switch model ...

  • Page 27

    ... V or less Internal voltage drop (0 less load current) Leakage current 100 µA or less at 24 VDC Indicator light Note) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight D-G39 Auto switch model Lead wire None Dimensions Indicator light Most sensitive position ...

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    ... V or less Internal voltage drop (0 less load current) Leakage current 100 µA or less at 24 VDC Indicator light Note) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight D-G39A Auto switch model Lead wire None Dimensions Indicator light For details about certified products conforming to international standards, visit us at www ...

  • Page 29

    ... VDC Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight D-F79 Auto switch model 0 ...

  • Page 30

    ... VDC Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight D-F7NV Auto switch model 0 ...

  • Page 31

    ... Internal voltage drop Leakage current Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight Auto switch model ...

  • Page 32

    ... Red LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight D-F59 Auto switch model 0 ...

  • Page 33

    ... Load voltage less 1 less Internal voltage drop (0 less load current) Current leakage 100 µA or less at 24 VDC Indicator light Note) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight Auto switch model D-G39C 40 50 Applicable bore size 63 (mm) ...

  • Page 34

    ... Solid State Switch Direct Mounting Style D-M9N ( V ) /D-M9P ( V ) /D-M9B ( V ) Grommet • Lower load current • Lead free solder • Using UL certified (style 2844) lead wire Auto Switch Internal Circuit D-M9N, D-M9NV + Brown OUT Black – Blue D-M9P, D-M9PV + Brown OUT Black – ...

  • Page 35

    ... Red LED lights when detecting nothing. Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø2.7, 0.15 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 7-9-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 7-9-7. Weight ...

  • Page 36

    ... Lead wire — — — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø2.7, 0 D-F8N, D-F8P 0. cores (Brown, Black, Blue) D-F8B 0. cores (Brown, Blue) Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight D-F8N Auto switch model 0.5 7 Lead wire length ...

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    ... Red LED lights when ON. Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0. cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight D-Y59B D-Y69B Auto switch model 0 ...

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    ... Indicator light Red LED lights when detecting nothing. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.15 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight ...

  • Page 39

    ... VDC Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Weight D-M5N Auto switch model 0 ...

  • Page 40

    ... Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord ø3.4, 0.2 mm 2-wire (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 11-11-5. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 11-11-5. Dimensions D-S991: Right-hand mounting ...

  • Page 41

    ... Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord 2-wire (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 11-11-5. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 11-11-5. Dimensions D-S791: Right-hand mounting D-S7P1: ...

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    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 44

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight Auto switch model 0 ...

  • Page 45

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0.2 mm Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. Weight Auto switch model 0 ...

  • Page 46

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 8-30-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 8-30-7. ...

  • Page 47

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 11-11-5. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 11-11-5. ...

  • Page 48

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight ...

  • Page 49

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight ...

  • Page 50

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 51

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight ...

  • Page 52

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight ...

  • Page 53

    ... Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the reed switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 3) Under 5 mA, the strength of the indicator light is poor. In some cases, visibility of the indicator light will not be possible where the output signal is less than 2.5 mA. However, there is no problem in terms of contact output, when an output signal exceeds more ...

  • Page 54

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire –– Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight ...

  • Page 55

    ... Operating position······Red LED lights when ON. Indicator light Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord: ø2.7, 3 cores (Brown, Black, Blue), 0. cores (Brown, Blue) 0. ...

  • Page 56

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant, flexible vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0. cores (Brown, Blue), 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight ...

  • Page 57

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0 cores (Brown, Blue) 0.5 m Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Weight Auto switch model D-M5NW 0 ...

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    ... Leakage current Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0.3 mm (Standard) Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Weight Auto switch model ...

  • Page 63

    ... Internal voltage drop Leakage current Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm (Standard) Note 1) For the solid state switch common specifications, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) For lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Weight Auto switch model 0.5 ...

  • Page 64

    ... Leakage current Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0.3 mm (Standard) Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Weight Auto switch model ...

  • Page 65

    ... Leakage current Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm (Standard) Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Weight Auto switch model D-M5NT 0 ...

  • Page 66

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. ...

  • Page 67

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. ...

  • Page 68

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. ...

  • Page 69

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0.3 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. ...

  • Page 70

    ... Indicator light Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø2.7, 2 cores (Brown, Blue), 0.18 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. ...

  • Page 71

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. • Lead wire — Oil resistant, flexible vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.15 mm (Standard) Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 10-20-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 10-20-7. Weight Auto switch model 0 ...

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    ... Lead wire length 3 (m) 5 Magnetic Field Resistance When the AC welding current is 16000 A or less, the operational distance between the welding conductor (welding gun or cable) and the cylinder or auto switch can be 0 mm. Please consult with SMC when exceeding 16000 A. Dimensions Indicator light ...

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    ... Polarity: Non-polar Magnetic Field Resistance If the current of the AC welding machine is 16000 A or lower, the auto switch can be used, even if the distance between the welding conductor (gun cable) and the cylinder/actuator or auto switch is 0 in. Please contact SMC when the AC welding current exceeds 16000 A. ...

  • Page 75

    ... Enclosure — IEC529 standard IP67, JIS 0920 waterproof structure Magnetic Field Resistance If the current of the AC welding machine is 16,000 A or lower, the switch can be used, even if the distance between the welding conductor (gun cable) and the cylinder or switch is 0 mm. Please contact SMC when the AC welding current exceeds 16,000 A. ...

  • Page 76

    ... Ambient temperature –10 to 60°C • Enclosure IEC standard IP67, watertight (JISCO920), oil proof construction ∗ Indicate "L" for 3m lead wire and "Z" for 5m lead wire at the end of an auto switch part number. Auto Switch Dimensions Printed auto switch part no 2-ø ...

  • Page 77

    6-15-36 ...

  • Page 78

    ... Optimum operating position······Green LED lights when ON. Ambient temperature Impact resistance • Lead wire — Between sensor and amplifier: Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3. Grommet on amplifier: Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø3.4, 0.2 mm (Brown, Black, Blue ...

  • Page 79

    6-15-36 ...

  • Page 80

    ... Internal voltage drop Leakage current Indicator light • Lead wire — Oil resistant vinyl heavy-duty cord, ø4, 0.3 mm Note 1) Regarding the common specifications of the solid state switches, refer to page 6-16-7. Note 2) Regarding the lead wire length, refer to page 6-16-7. Weight Auto switch model ...

  • Page 81

    ... JIS C 4524, JIS C 4525, IEC 947-5-2, NECA 0402 2 300 m/s IP-67 (IEC529 standard) 100 MΩ or more at 500 M VDC Lead wire length Applicable model 0.5 1.0 3.0 — M5N, M5P, M5B — Y59A, Y7P, Y59B — Y69A, Y7PV, Y69B — M9N, M9P, M9B — ...

  • Page 82

    ... M8—3 4 M12—4 pin M12—4 Connection (Female side) Connector Cable As the parts are not supplied from SMC, refer to the application examples listed in the below. (For detail such as catalog availability, etc., please contact each manufacturer.) Connector size M8 M12 With Pre-wired Connector ...

  • Page 83

    ... For other model nos.··················· ø3.4, 0.15 mm Dimensions are identical with D-F5 type, G5 type, J59 type, K59 type. Lead wire diameter is changed from ø4 to ø3.4. In other series products common as standard product's specifications ...

  • Page 84

    ... D-A44/A44A/A44C Connection procedure 1. Loosen the set screw and pull out the connector from the pin plug sure to remove the set screw first and then insert a screwdriver into a recessed groove under the terminal block to separate the terminal cover from the terminal block. ...

  • Page 85

    ... M3 screw should be 0.8 to 1.0 N·m.) 5. Modification of the detection position should be made in the condition After auto switch is mounted and fixed, attach a protective tube on the tip of an auto switch mounting screw. Auto Switch Mounting Bracket Part No. ...

  • Page 86

    ... Mounting band 1. Tighten completely the switch mounting screw on the switch body side. 2. Put a mounting band on the cylinder tube and set it at the auto switch mounting position. Put the mounting section of auto switch between the interval of mounting band, then adjust the position of mounting holes of switch to those of mounting band ...

  • Page 87

    ... The set of stainless steel mounting screws (with nuts) described below is available and can be used depending on the operating environment. (Please order the auto switch spacer, since it is not included.) BBA2: For D-A7/A8/F7/J7 “D-F7BAL” switch is set on the cylinder with the stainless steel screws above when shipped. ...

  • Page 88

    ... Auto Switch Mounting Tool • When tightening hexagon socket head cap screw of an auto switch, use a hexagon wrench key 2 and 2.5, depending on the case. Tightening Torque • guide, set approximately 0.3 to 0.5 N·m for M2.5, 0.5 to 0.7 N·m for M3 respectively. Hexagon wrench key Hexagon wrench key 2 ...

  • Page 89

    ... and passing through the hole of a switch mounting bracket, then turning it lightly down to a mounting nut of switch. (2 locations) 5. Put a round head Phillips screw (with spring washer 0 through the auto switch's through-hole (2 locations), and then push it down into the M3 tapped part on the switch mounting bracket while turning it lightly ...

  • Page 90

    ... Fix the auto switch on the auto switch mounting bracket with the mounting screw (M4) and install the set screw. 2. Fit the mounting bracket into the cylinder tie-rod and then fix the auto switch at the detecting position with the hexagonal wrench. (Be sure to put the auto switch on the surface of cylinder tube.) 3 ...

  • Page 91

    ... As a guide, turn 90° from the position where it comes to feel tight. Set the tightening torque of a hexagon socket head set screw ( 1.2 N·m. 1. Fix it to the detecting position with a set screw by installing a mounting bracket in cylinder tie-rod and letting the bottom surface of a mounting bracket contact the cylinder tube firmly. ...

  • Page 92

    ... BP-1 <Applicable auto switch> Reed switch·················D-A90(V)/A93(V)/A96(V) Solid state switch········D-M9N(V)/M9P(V)/M9B(V) F9NW(V)/F59W/F9BW(V) F9BAL ...

  • Page 93

    ... When doing this, confirm that it is set in the correct mounting orientation, or reattach if necessary. Next, insert an auto switch into the groove and slide it until it is positioned under the switch spacer. After establishing the mounting position, use a watchmakers flat head screwdriver to tighten the switch mounting screw which is included ...

  • Page 94

    ... Check the detecting position of the auto switch and fix the auto switch firmly with the hexagon socket head cap screw (M2 M2 L). ∗ the detecting position is changed, go back to step w. ∗ The hexagon socket head cap screw (M2 used to fix the mounting bracket and cylinder/actuator ...

  • Page 95

    ... L the detecting position is changed, go back to step w). Note 1) When tightening the cone points of hexagon socket head cap screw ( L), keep the tightening torque within 8.85 to 10.6 in-lb. Note 2) The torque for tightening the hexagon socket head cap screw (M2 ...