cation &#x 37.;?Alarm Memory Indicator 5 min.55 min.2 min.55 min.AlarmAlarm
2 min.5 min.(Indicator ON) (Indicator OFF)
8. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
8-1 HEATING UNIT : HU-3
?UL Listed applications, the heatingAX-100/200TF.?
Power voltage of 24VAC/DC is required to use the heating unit.
Knockout cutoff sectionCut off the
Cut off the knockout of the unit base?s wiring holes located on the side where the optical units of the transmitter and receiver face each other and on its opposite side with a nipper, etc. In the case of the front side, cut off the knockout located on either left or right side only.
Rear view of the unit base
7-2 ALARM MEMORY * TF ONLY rst 5 minutes after the alarm output, the alarm memory indicator do not light up. Then the alarm memory indicator keep lightinfor 55 minutes. 5 minutes. Alarm memory record is cleared after alarm memory indicator is turned off. Number of blinking N (times) tells how long it 11)
Through the coverAlarm Memory IndicatorIn case the same power supply is used for the sensors, wiring distance is required according to the table shown in 3.
Align the heater as shown in the diagram and slide it uct?s optical unit.Route the heater cables through the heater cutouts and pass them through the wiring holes you cut in Pull the heater cables through the wiring holes until there is no slack re-Seal the wiring holes with the waterproof material (included) so that there is no gap between the wire
AWG18 AWG16 AWG14
Number of blinking NFLASHINGOFFON10 sec4 sec
Rotate the optical unit ap-
Cut off the knockout portion of the back cover with a cutter, etc.pole bracket x the back cover on then close the cover. (See ? 3. INSTALLATION ?)
nipper and then break the knockout portion with a cutter.1. Cutout of the knockout2.
ProblemPossible CauseCorrective ActionInappropriate power supply voltageCheck the voltage and make sure that it is between 10.5 and 28VDC.Disconnection in power lineCheck the wiringthe receiver.Inappropriate power supply voltageCheck the voltage and make sure that it is between 10.5 and 28VDC. ecting off the oor andwall of a building, and entering the receiver. ecting objects or change the installation site.Not interrupting both upper and lower beams at the Signal line short-circuitedCheck the wiringAlarm contact weldedRepair the required. Contact the distributor or us.Optical axis of transmitter and receiver not aligned.See “5-1 OPTICAL ALIGNMENT” and make realignment.Optical alignment not optimizedSee “5-1 OPTICAL ALIGNMENT” and make realignment.See “5-2 BEAM INTERRUPTION TIME”and set an appropriate interruption timeVehicle or plant blocking the beam between transmitter Inaccurate optical alignement See “5-1 OPTICAL ALIGNMENT” and make realignment. Inappropriate location of installationChange the locationAfter above inspections, if there remains any problem, contact our dealer or us immediately.Cut with cutter.
When the pole side cover fix on the pole bracket, make sure the
the pole bracket by using the screws (8 pieces).Pole side cover lock screw (The same applies to the opposite side.)
cover. (See ?3. INSTALLATION?)Mounting of the Cut the perforation
Do not use pole bracket
plate and the pole bracket for the option supplied with the pole side cover by using the supplied screws.Unit Base
NamePhotoelectric detectorModelAX-70TNAX-130TNAX-200TNAX-100TFAX-200TFRange70ft (20m)130ft (40m)200ft (60m)100ft (30m)200ft (60m)Detection methodInfrared beam interruption detectionSelectable beam frequency4 channelInterruption periodVariable between 50,100,250,500msec (4 steps)Power input10.5-28VDC(Transmitter+Receiver)38mA (max.)T:17mA+R:21mA41mA (max.)T:20mA+R:21mA45mA (max.)T:24mA+R:21mA44mA (max.)T:6mA+R:38mA48mA (max.)T:10mA+R:38mAAlarm outputN.C. 28VDC, 0.2A (max.)28VDC, 0.2A (max.)Alarm period2 sec (?1) nominalD.Q.outputN.C. 28VDC, 0.2A (max.)Tamper outputN.C. : open when cover is removed 28VDC, 0.2A (max.) icker (red) or OFF(Transmitter) icker (red)Environment humidity95% maxAlignment angle?90?Horizontal, ?5?VerticalMountingIndoor/Outdoor, Wall/Pole mountingWeight22.9oz (650g)24.7oz (700g)International protectionIP65Transmitter (8), Wall mounting screws (
NameHeating unitModelHU-3Power input24VAC/DCCurrent draw420mA(max.)Weight0.4oz(12g)4), Waterproof agent
NameBack coverModelBC-3Weight5.3oz(150g)PackagesBack cover (
NamePole side coverModelPSC-3Weight3.9oz(110g)PackagesPole side cover (
OPTEX INCORPORATED (USA)Tech:(800)966-7839 URL:http://www.optexamerica.comOPTEX CO., LTD. (JAPAN)5-8-12 Ogoto Otsu Shiga 520-0101 JAPANTEL:+81-77-579-8670 FAX:+81-77-579-8190URL:http://www.optex.co.jp/e/OPTEX (EUROPE) LTD. (UK)URL:http://www.optexeurope.com
WARNINGDo not use the product to activate a shutter, etc., which may cause an accident. re or damage to the devices. ed for any of the terminals during installation, doing so re or damage to the devices.Do not pour water over the product with a bucket, hose, etc. The water may enter, which may cause damage
INSTALLATION MANUALyour assets, which are described below. Be sure to understand the description before reading the rest of this manual.
PHOTOELECTRIC DETECTORAX-100TF, AX-200TF
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2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION3. INSTALLATION3-2 INSTALLATION METHOD5-1 OPTICAL ALIGNMENT5-2 BEAM INTERRUPTION TIME5-3 4 SELECTABLE BEAM FREQUENCIES * TF ONLY6. WALK TEST7. SPECIAL FUNCTION * TF ONLY7-1 ENVIRONMENTAL DISQUALIFICATION7-2 ALARM MEMORY8. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES8-1 HEATING UNIT : HU-310. SPECIFICATIONS
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T74;&#x.200;ABLE BEAM FREQUENCIES ?4 selectable beam frequencies?LED indicator for ne beam alignment level?D.Q. circuit (Environmental disquali cation) ?Alarm memory AX-100/200TF ONLY&#x 37.;? ?High-performance waterproof structure?Horizontal alignment dial for user-friendliness?Adjustable beam interruption period?Tamper function ?Optional Accessories : Heating unit (HU-3), Back cover (BC-3), ?UL Listed&#x AX-;p/1;0/2;�TN;&#x, AX;&#x-100;&#x/200;&#xTF -;7.1;
Distances between the Receiver and the Transmitter
View FinderVertical AlignmentTerminals?Transmitting Condition LED (Transmitter) (Receiver)Waterproof PlugALARM MEMORY * TF ONLY”)
(See “7-2 ALARM MEMORY * TF ONLY”)SELECTABLE BEAM FREQUENCIES * TF ONLY”)
1) Loosen the cover lock screw to detach the cover.2) Turn the optical unit and open the waterproof plug.
laundry, which may block the beam. A different type of beam should not reach the receiver.receiver.5. Avoid aerial wiring.
2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION
CoverUnit BaseMounting PlatePole-mounting Bracket
3. INSTALLATIONex) AX-70TN : 70ft.(20m)
the cover.)1. Detach the cover and the screw2. Fix the mounting plateWhen removing the cover, do not put your ngers Waterproof PlugWall Mounting Screws
Lock ScrewsPole Lock Screws7. Mount the units more than 1m away from the
3-2. INSTALLATION METHOD
1. Detection range and installation2. Alignment angle3. Pole mounting
10.5 to 28VDC
Tamper output : (BE) Model onlyContact capacity: 28VDC and 0.2A (max.)?For UL Listed applications, the units shall be connected to a ULproviding a minimum of 4 hours standby power.?Non-Voltage contact output
Tamper output : (BE) Model onlyContact capacity: 28VDC and 0.2A (max.)
3. WiringWhen using any other wires than the above, seal the wiring port Lead-in wire should be as below.*Wiring hole 2 needs to be punched with a screw driver, etc.To have the wiring hole 3, wiring port needs to be cut with a cutter knife, etc. After inserting the wire, seal the wiring port with a waterproof material
Wiring guide should be as below.Knockout needs to be opened with a nipper, etc.
5. Alignment and walk test x the unit base. Then, push in the waterproof gure above.Waterproof PlugOPTICAL ALIGNMENT?. Then, check WALK TEST?.cover lock screw. gure left)
Push in up to this position
Side view of the waterproof plug
WARNINGDo not exceed the voltage ed for any of the terminals re
10.5 to 28VDC
Contact capacity: 28VDC and 0.2A (max.)
Tamper output Contact capacity: 28VDC and 0.2A (max.)1. TerminalT�ransmitter gure.Ensure that the wiring distance from the 2. Wiring distance between power
[AX-100/200TF] Alarm output: (N.C./N.O.) switch (In case of using N.O., contact is not reversed when power supply is off.) Contact capacity: 28VDC and 0.2A (max.)
Tamper output Contact capacity: 28VDC and 0.2A (max.)
cation (N.C.) Non-Voltage contact output Contact capacity : 28VDC and 0.2A (max.)
N.C. / N.O. selection Swich
N.C. N.O.3OFF ON�Receiver
To select between 4 separate beam frequencies, use the switch provided.
50ms1:OFF, 2:OFF100ms1:OFF, 2:ON250ms1:ON, 2:OFF500ms1:ON, 2:ON
5-1 OPTICAL ALIGNMENTThe optical alignment is an important adjustment to increase reliability. In accordance with the procedure indicated in the itchapter, make sure to align the monitor jack that monitor output nothing to attain the maximum level. nder nder, turn the dial to make alignment in such a way that the other detector is at the center of the sights.&#x Hor;&#xizon;&#xtal ;
lig;&#xnmen;&#xt 00; V�ertical alignment Turn the horizontal alignment ngers to make align-Turn the vertical alignment dial nder.&#x Rec;ive;&#xr 00; Receiver / T�ransmitter
the alarm indicator, make sure to make ne alignment for jack respectively.The horizontal / Vertical alignment.
c setting out of 4 steps.50msec100msec250msec500msecWalking
Checking of the illumination of the Alarm Indicator nder, check the light receiving status by the Alarm Indicator.
5-3 4 SELECTABLE BEAM FREQUENCIES * TF ONLYView Finder* For Horizontal/Vertical alignment, refer to the following illustration.
Alarm IndicatorLight interruptingLight receivingON(red)
RealignLess than 1.0V
Alarm IndicatorLight interruptingLight receivingON(red)
RealignLess than 2.2V
Always switch the frequencies TWO channels apart when stacking units on top of one another (See following example) .The upper unit is set on channel 1 while the lower is on channel 3.channels 2 and 4 could have also been used.
Selection Dip Switch
Ch1Ch1Ch1Ch1Ch3Ch3transmitterAreceiverBtransmitterCreceiverAtransmitterBreceiverCCh1Ch1Ch1Ch1Ch2Ch2Ch3Ch3Ch3Ch3Ch4Ch43. Perimeter protection4. Double stacked long perimeter protectionreceiver(Ch3)receiver(Ch1)
D.Q. will send a trouble signal which indicates the adverse weather condition when the beam strength is being kept more than 40 seconds.
N.C.(Alarm)AlarmPower12VDCAlarm1Alarm2OFFON2 sec40 sec
Adverse Weather Level
6. WALK TESTMake sure that the Alarm Indicator is OFF. If A. In front of the TransmitterTransmitter and the ReceiverIf the Alarm Indicator is not turned on after beam interception, check for the operation with reference to ?9. TROUBLE 2. Walk test1. Checking by the Alarm Indicator
7. SPECIAL FUNCTION * TF ONLY
7-1 ENVIRONMENTAL DISQUALIFICATION
ective things such as a fence, that the detector operates correctly..[D.Q. + Alarm]
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