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MINOTAUR

MSR22LM
Dimensions
118mm (4.6in)

LIGHT CURTAIN GUARD, MUTE and PSDI MODULE SICHERHEITSLICHTVORHANG MUTING MODUL MODULE POUR BARRIERE IMMATERIELLE

Features
45mm (1.8in)

86mm (3.4in)

Block diagram
A1+ A2 S12 S14 S21S22S24 S23 S31S32S34 S33 S41 S42S44S43 M1M2 13 23 31

According to EU-directive for machines 98/37/EG According to IEC/EN60204-1, DIN VDE0113-1, EN954-1, IEC/EN61946-1, IEC60947-5-1 Safety Category 4 according to EN954-1 Operations (switch selectable) - Guard Only - Muting - Presence Sensing Device Initiation (PSDI) Maximum Connections - 3 light curtains 2-channel or - 2 light curtains 2-channel, and 2 muting sensors, 1-channel or - 1 light curtain 2-channel and 4 muting sensors, 1-channel or -2 light curtains and key switch for PSDI operations Outputs - 2 NO safety, voltage free - 1 NC auxiliary, voltage free Response Time: 23ms Suitable to connect light curtains of type 4 or self-testing light curtains of type 2, according to IEC/EN61496-1, Crossfault monitoring must be performed by the light curtain.

PTC

galvanic

separation

K1

Approvals and marking

monitoring logic 1
galvanic separation

monitoring logic 2
galvanic separation

K2
ET

Typical Applications
K1 K1 Run1 K2 K2 Run2

48

58

X44

14 24 32

Terminal Identification

Robot cells Mechanical power presses Hydraulic presses Press brakes Material handling Conveyors Packaging machines Moulding machines

ATTENTION - Not all MSR22LM functions apply to all applications. Check applicable standards.

M1

X44

S221 S24

S23

Indicators
Lower green LEDs K1, K2 - on when K1 and K2 are energized. Upper amber LEDs Run1, Run 2 - permanent on when unit is in operation. - flashing continuously when unit waits for start signal after voltage has been supplied or fault has been detected. - provides diagnostics by certain flashing sequences.

A1+

48

S12

S14

S21

13

23

31

ATTENTION
1. Installation, setup, and checkout must be carried out by qualified personnel. 2. Before removing the front plate the person must be discharged to ground. 3. The muting lamp must be conform to IEC/EN61496-1 section A.7.4: size >1cm2, brightness > 200 cd/m2. Color white preferred. 4. Performance checks should be performed at least every 6 months and should include verifying lock outs under single fault conditions.

A2-

58

S32

S34

S41

14

24

32

M2

S31

S33

S42

S44 S43

Technical Data
Output
Contacts: Contact type: Delay at powerup Manual start Automatic restart Response time: Output voltage:
250

2 NO Safety, 1 NC Auxiliary Relay, positive guided 50 ms 40 ms 23 ms AC 250 V DC: see Arc limit curve

Front plate

Switching voltage U [Volts]

200

150

100

Inside view CH1 CH2

50

6 3 6 3

9 0 9 0

6 3 6 3

9 1 0 9 10 0 Switch 10 Switching of low loads: Thermal current Ith: Switching capacity Switch 1

Switching current I [Amps] safe breaking, no continuous arcing under the curve, max.1 switching cycle/s

Arc limit curve under resistive load >100 mV 5A AC 3 A / 230 V for NO contact AC 2 A / 230 V for NC contact Electrical life to AC 15 at 2 A, AC 230 V: Max. switching frequency: Short circuit strength max. fuse rating: line circuit breaker: Mechanical life: Output (terminal 48 and 58): Output Voltage: IEC/EN60947-5-1 IEC/EN60947-5-1

The function setting is made by 4 rotational switches behind the front plate (see figure above). The switches on the left make the setting for processor 1 (LED run 1) and the switches on the right for processor (LED run 2). The same functions must be set for both processors. On the upper switches (1) the main function is adjusted. On the lower switches (10) the setting of the muting time (Protective operation) or the number of breaks (PSDI operation) is adjusted.

105 switching cycles IEC/EN60947-5-1 1 200 switching cycles / h 6 A gL IEC/EN60947-5-1 C8A 10 x 106 switching cycles Transistors, PNP outputs 24VDC 100mA max. continuous current, 400mA max. for 0.5s internal short circuit overtemperature, and overload protection

Input
Rated operational voltage Ue: Voltage range: Nominal consumption: Control voltage on S21, S23, S31, S33, S41, S43, S48, S58: Control current on S12, S14, S22, S24, S32, S34, S42, S44: Min. voltage on terminals S12, S14, S22, S24, S32, S34, S42, S44: Short circuit protection: Min. current on M1, M2: Max. current on M1, M2: 24 VDC 0,85 ... 1,15 Ue ( at max. 5 % residual ripple) max. 170 mA (no load on semiconductor outputs)

Semiconductor outputs

23 VDC at Ue

each 4,5 mA at UN

General data
Temperature range: Degree of Protection: Housing: Terminals: Housing Material: Vibration: Shock: Wire Connections: 0C (+32F) to + 50C (122F) Must be installed in IP54 housing IP40 IP20 Thermoplastic UL94VO rated 0.35mm, 10-55Hz 10g, 16ms, 1000 per axis, 3 axis 1 x 2,5mm2 stranded ferruled (14AWG) 1 x 4mm2 solid (12AWG) 2 x 1,5mm2 stranded ferruled (16AWG) 35mm DIN rail 320g (0.71lbs)

16 VDC internal with PTC 25 mA with active lamp 100 mA with active lamp

Mounting: Weight:

Diagnostics
The failure codes are displayed by a flashing sequence of the upper amber LEDs (Run1 and Run 2). It is possible that both microprocessors show different failure codes. No. of Flashes Description No. of Flashes Description 5 Measures and hints 6 0 Internal fault (LEDs off) If both LEDs are off the relay is defective and has to be sent back for examination. LC fault on start 1) The protected area on all connected LCs must be free. 2) All LC inputs that are unused must be bridged, terminals S21/S22, S23/S24, S31/S32, S33/S34. 1) During start up of the unit and initializing the start button must not be pressed. 2) The start button must not be pressed longer than 3s. The machine contact must be closed when power is connected. 1) The sequence of signals from muting sensors and LC must be identical with the unit settings. 2) The muting signals have a timeout function. A signal change has not taken place within the expected time period. 3) The muting lamp is defective or connected in a wrong way. 4) The monitoring function of the muting lamp is defective, the unit has to be replaced. 5) The complete muting cycle is longer than the selected muting time. 6) Missing S41/S42 link. Faulty setting Measures and hints 1) The switches on both channels are not identical. 2) The selected setting is not allowed.

Undervoltage detection 1) The left LED is flashing when the voltage drops under the allowed level of < approx 0,85 Ue of the nominal voltage. Overvoltage detection 2) The right LED is flashing when the voltage rises over the allowed level of >approx. 1,15 Ue +5% residual ripple. Input fault 1) A short circuit occurred on the start button or machine contact. 2) Both signals of one LC are not identical (short circuit, broken wire or non-functioning LC).

Fault on start button

Fault on output contacts Check the output circuit and contact current. Internal fault Try to evaluate the circumstances that led to this fault.

Fault on machine contact (PSDI) Fault on muting

9 10 11 12 13

Internal fault

Replace unit.

Guard Only Mode


Typical Application Manual Start/Restart
Schematic 2 shows a typical guard only mode application using three light curtains with manual start/restart selected. 1. After powerup, the Start/Restart Required lamp will turn on. Press and release the Start/Restart button. Upon release, K1 and K2 energize if all three light curtains are clear. The Start/Restart lamp turns off. 2. Interrupting LC1, LC2 or LC3 causes K1 and K2 to de-energize and the Start/Restart lamp flashes. 3. The Start/Restart Required lamp turns on when the light curtains are cleared. 4. Press and release the Start/Restart button to energize K1 and K2. The Start/Restart Lamp turns off.

Power supply (A1/A2) Start/Restart button (S43/S44) LC1 (S12/S14) LC2 (S22/S24) or LC3 (S32/S34)

Internal Switch Settings


Switch 1 Guard Only Mode 0 1 0 1 Switch 10: no function 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Both switches (10) must be in the same position

K1, K2 (13-14, 23-24, 33-34) Start/Restart Required (58) dark flashing on

Automatic Restart LC1 Manual Start/Restart

Unused Inputs Automatic Restart LC1


Schematic 1 shows a typical guard only mode application using three light curtains with automatic restart of LC1 selected. 1. After powerup, the Start/Restart Required lamp will turn on. Press and release the Start/Restart button. Upon release, K1 and K2 energize if all three light curtains are clear. 2. Interrupting LC1 causes K1 and K2 to de-energize and Start/Restart lamp flashes. 3. Clearing LC1 automatically causes K1 and K2 to energize as long as LC2 and LC3 are clear. 4. Interrupting LC2 or LC3 causes K1 and K2 to de -energize and the Start/Restart lamp flashes. 5. After clearing LC2 or LC3, press the Start/Restart button to energize K1 and K2. Power supply (A1/A2) Start/Restart button (S43/S44) LC1 (S12/S14) LC2 (S22/S24) or LC3 (S32/S34) K1, K2 (13/14, 23/24) Start/Restart Required (58) dark flashing on MSR22LM Transmitter LC1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S24 S23 S31 S32 S34 S33 + Interlock or e-stop inputs ATTENTION: The MSR22LM does not detect crossfaults. Unused inputs must be linked or can be used as dual channel, normally closed, direct opening gate interlocks or e-stops, if allowed by a risk assessment. Crossfaults (shorts between S22 & S24 and S32 & S34) are not detected.

+ -

Transmitter LC1 S12 S14 Unused inputs linked S21 S22 S24 S23 S31 S32 S34 S33

MSR22LM

Schematic 1: Typical guard only mode with 3 LCs and Auto Restart LC1
24V DC
OSSD 2 OSSD 1

Power
Maintained Push Button

K3(Aux)

RECEIVER

SENDER

Machine Start
Momentary Push Button

K4(Aux)

L1

L2 L3 Fuses

Light Curtain LC3

Latching E-Stop

Machine Stop
Momentary Push Button

SENDER

RECEIVER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1 K3
A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)

Light Curtain LC2

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MSR22LM Auto Restart LC1

0 x

0 x

K1 K2
S42 14 24 32

A2 M1 M2 48 58 X44 S43 S44 S41

Light Curtain LC1 Start/ Restart


Momentary Push Button

M
Fuses

24V Ground

Start/Restart Required

K3

K4

Safety Contactors or Safety Control Relays

Schematic 2: Typical guard only mode with 3 LCs and Manual Start/Restart
24V DC
RECEIVER SENDER OSSD 2 OSSD 1

Power
Maintained Push Button

K3(Aux)

Machine Start
Momentary Push Button

K4(Aux) L1 L2 L3 Fuses

Light Curtain LC3

Latching E-Stop

Machine Stop
Momentary Push Button

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)

Light Curtain LC2

A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

K3

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MSR22LM 1 Manual Start/Restart x


A2 M1 M2 48 58 X44 S43 S44

1 x

K1 K2

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

S41 S42 14 24 32

Light Curtain LC1

Start/ Restart
Momentary Push Button

M
Fuses

24V Ground

Start/Restart Required

K3

K4

Safety Contactors or Safety Control Relays

Muting Mode, 2-Sensor


Muting
Muting is the temporary, automatic disabling of the protective function of a light curtain. This function is used to transport material though a light curtain without stopping the machine. The differentiation between material and persons is done by muting sensors, which have to create a certain switching together with the light curtain when material passes the light curtain. The muting cycle is indicated by a muting lamp that is controlled and monitored by the MSR22LM. The maximum muting time can be set in 6 steps between 10s and infinite.

Setup
Sequence: MS1 MS2 muted LC1 MS2 MS1 = signal interrupted
LC2 MS1 MS2

= signal present

Machine

muted LC1

Material

Conveyor

ATTENTION:

The muting sensors must be arranged so a person cannot activate the muting sensors in the same switching sequence as the material and enter the area when the hazardous condition exists. To help accomplish this, the user can select either 2-sensor or 4-sensor muting. Additional guarding may also be necessary.

Muting lamp

2-sensor muting allows the material to move through LC1 in both the forward and reverse directions.

Timing Diagram
1. After powerup, the Start/Restart lamp turns on. Press and release the Start/Restart button. Upon release, K1 and K2 energize if both light curtains and the muting sensors are clear. 2. The muting sequence starts by blocking sensor 1, then sensor 2. After sensor 2 is blocked, the muting lamp turns on. 3. LC1 is muted and the material must break LC1 within 3.05s. 4. As the material passes LC1, it must clear sensor 2 and then sensor 1. If the muting cycle is not completed in the proper sequence or within the set time limits, the MSR22LM will go in to a lockout state with K1 and K2 de-energized and the amber RUN LED's flashing. See the Diagnostics section on page 3 for troubleshooting hints.

Internal Switch Settings


Switch 10: max. muting time 1 2 3 4 5 20 s

2-Sensor Muting Switch 1 2 Auto Restart LC1

0 10 s

6-9

3 Manual Start/Restart

no 30 s 1 min 5 min 1 hr time limit

2-Sensor Muting
Light curtain LC1 and the muting sensors must be arranged according to the Setup diagram. Setup must take into account material size, shape and speed. Schematics 3 and 4 show typical applications for 2 light curtains with 2sensor muting. For both applications, LC1 is the only light curtain muted. LC2 functions in guard only mode in both schematics. For both applications, the Start/Restart button must be pressed and released to energize K1 and K2 after power is applied. If LC2 is not needed, then links, e-stops, or interlocks are needed on terminals S21/S22 and S23/S24 (see Unused Inputs on page 4). A key-operated switch can be used to operate the conveyor and clear the light curtain in the event of a lockout while material is interrupting LC1. Schematic 3 shows the setup for automatic restart of LC1. If LC1 is interrupted during a non-muting sequence, the MSR22LM de-energizes K1 and K2. When LC1 is cleared, K1 and K2 are automatically energized (if LC2 is also clear). Interrupting LC2 de-energizes K1 and K2. After clearing LC2, the Start/Restart button must be pressed and released to energize K1 and K2. Schematic 4 shows the setup for manual start/restart. If LC1 or LC2 are interrupted and then cleared, the Start/Restart must be pressed and released to energize K1 and K2.

Power Supply (A1/A2) Start/Restart Button (S43/S44) K1, K2 (13/14, 23/24) Start/Restart Required (58) LC1, muted, Muting Sensor 1 Muting Sensor 2 Muting lamp Muting lamp monitoring t1 < 30ms t2 < 50ms t1 < 30ms t2 < 50ms 30ms < t < 3s monitored operation

30ms < t < 3s

t1+t 2 <t<3s

Muting time monitoring


In the timing diagram, "monitored operation" is the phase where the MSR22LM differentiates between persons and material. dark flashing on

Schematic 3: Typical 2 light curtains with 2-sensor muting and Auto Restart LC1
24V DC Power
Maintained Push Button

Muting Sensors MS1


Latching E-Stop

K3(Aux)

Machine Start
Momentary Push Button

K4(Aux)

L1

L2 L3 Fuses

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MS2

Machine Stop
Momentary Push Button

Light Curtain LC2 - not muted


Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)
A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

K3

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MSR22LM Auto Restart LC1 2 Sensor Mute 30sec Mute


A2 M1 M2 48

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

2 2

2 2

K1 K2
S42 14 24 32

58 X44 S43 S44 S41

Light Curtain LC1 - muted

M
Muting Lamp Start/ Restart
Momentary Pushbutton

Key Switch

24V Ground

Start/Restart Required

K3

K4

Safety Contactors or Safety Control Relays

Schematic 4: Typical 2 light curtains with 2-sensor muting and Manual Start/Restart
24V DC Power
Maintained Push Button

Muting Sensors

K3(Aux)

MS1
Latching E-Stop

Machine Start
Momentary Push Button

K4(Aux) L1 L2 L3 Fuses

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MS2

Machine Stop
Momentary Push Button

Light Curtain LC2 - not muted


Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)
A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

K3

SENDER

RECEIVER OSSD 2 RECEIVER

MSR22LM Manual Start 2-Sensor Mute 30sec Mute


A2 M1 M2 48

3 2

3 2

K1 K2

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

SENDER

OSSD 1

58 X44 S43 S44 S41

S42 14 24 32

Light Curtain LC1 - muted

Muting Lamp

Start/ Restart
Momentary Pushbutton

Key Switch

24V Ground

Start/Restart Required

K3

K4

Safety Contactors or Safety Control Relays

Muting Mode, 4-Sensor


Muting
Muting is the temporary, automatic disabling of the protective function of a light curtain. This function is used to transport material though a light curtain without stopping the machine. The differentiation between material and persons is done by muting sensors. The muting sensors create a certain switching sequence together with the light curtain when material passes the light curtain. The muting cycle is indicated by a muting lamp that is controlled and monitored by the MSR22LM. The maximum muting time can be set in 6 steps between 10s and infinite.

Setup
Sequence: MS1 MS2 LC1 MS3 MS4 MS1 MS2 LC1 MS3 MS4 = signal interrupted, = signal present
LC MS4 MS3 MS2 MS1

Machine

Material

muted LC1

Conveyor

ATTENTION:

The muting sensors must be arranged so a person cannot activate the muting sensors in the same switching sequence as the material and enter the area when the hazardous condition exists. To help accomplish this, the user can select either 2-sensor or 4-sensor muting. Additional guarding may also be necessary.

Muting lamp

Material can only move in one direction with 4-sensor muting.

Timing Diagram
1. After powerup, the Start/Restart lamp turns on. Press and release the Start/Restart button. Upon release, K1 and K2 energize if the light curtain and the muting sensors are clear. 2. The muting sequence starts by blocking sensor 1, then sensor 2, after which the muting lamp turns on. 3. The material must break LC1 within 3.05s. 4. The material must then block sensors 3 and 4 before clearing sensors 1 and 2. 5. After clearing sensor 3, the muting lamp turns off. 6. The material clears sensor 4 to complete the muting cycle.

Internal Switch Settings


Switch 10: max. muting time 1 2 3 4 5 20 s

4-Sensor Muting Switch 1 4 Auto Restart LC1

0 10 s

6-9

5 Manual Start/Restart

no 30 s 1 min 5 min 1 hr time limit

Power Supply (A1/A2) Start/Restart Button (S43/S44)

4-Sensor Muting
Light curtain LC1 and the muting sensors must be arranged according to the Setup diagram. Setup must take into account material size, shape and speed. Schematics 5 and 6 show typical applications for one light curtains with 4sensor muting. For both applications, the Start/Restart button must be pressed and released after power is applied. A key-operated switch can be used to operate the conveyor and clear the light curtain in the event of a lockout while the material is interrupting LC1. Schematic 5 shows a typical application for automatic restart of LC1. If LC1 is interrupted during a non-muting sequence, the MSR22LM deenergizes K1 and K2. When LC1 is cleared, K1 and K2 are automatically energized. Schematic 6 shows a typical application for manual start/restart. If LC1 is interrupted, the Start/Restart must be pressed and released to energize K1 and K2.

K1, K2 (13/14, 23/24)


monitored operation

LC1, muted Muting Sensor 1 Muting Sensor 2 Muting Sensor 3 Muting Sensor 4 Muting Lamp Muting Lamp Monitoring 30ms < t < 3s 30ms < t < 3s 30ms < t < 3s 30ms < t < 3s 30ms < t < 3s 30ms < t < 3s 30ms < t < 3s t < 30ms t < 50ms t < 30ms t < 50ms 30ms < t

Muting time monitoring

In the timing diagram, "monitored operation" is the phase where the MSR22LM differentiates between persons and material. dark flashing on

Schematic 5: Typical 1 light curtain with 4-sensor muting and Auto Restart LC1
24V DC Power
Maintained Push Button

Muting Sensors

K3(Aux)

MS3

MS1

Machine Start
Momentary Push Button

K4(Aux)

L1

L2 L3 Fuses

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MS4

MS2

Machine Stop
Momentary Push Button

Light Curtain LC1 MSR22LM Auto Restart 4-Sensor Mute 1hr Mute
Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)
A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

K3

4 5

4 5

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

K1 K2
S42 14 24 32

A2 M1 M2 48 58 X44 S43 S44 S41

M
Muting Indicator Start/ Restart
Momentary Pushbutton

Key Switch

24V Ground

Start/Restart Required

K3

K4 or Safety Control Relays

Safety Contactors

Schematic 6: Typical 1 light curtain with 4-sensor muting and Manual Start/Restart
24V DC Power
Maintained Push Button

Muting Sensors

K3(Aux)

MS3

MS1

Latching E-Stop

Machine Start
Momentary Push Button

K4(Aux) L1 L2 L3 Fuses

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MS4

MS2

Machine Stop
Momentary Push Button

Light Curtain LC1


Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)
A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

K3

MSR22LM Manual Start 4-Sensor Mute 1min Mute

5 3

5 3

K1 K2
S42 14 24 32

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

A2 M1 M2 48 58 X44 S43 S44 S41

Muting Lamp

Start/ Restart
Momentary Pushbutton

M
Key Switch

Start/Restart Required 24V Ground

K3

K4

Safety Contactors or Safety Control Relays

Presence Sensing Device Initiation (PSDI ) Mode


Typical Application Start Sequence
To enable the machine at start-up on PSDI operation, one of the following two different start sequences can be chosen. 1. Press and release the Start/Restart button and then break LC1 the required number of times, or 2. Break LC1 the required number of times and then press and release the Start/Restart button.

Break Before Start Timing Diagram


Power supply (A1/A2) Machine Cycle (S41/S42) Start/Restart button (S43/S44) LC1 (S12/S14) PSDI operation enables automatic restart of a machine after a certain number of accesses into the protected area through a light curtain. This operation requires a two step process: 1) a start sequence followed by 2) a normal sequence. Schematics 7 and 8 show typical applications for PSDI operation. In both applications, only LC1 performs the PSDI operation; light curtains LC2 and LC3 operate in Guard Only mode. If either LC2 or LC3 are broken, K1 and K2 will turn off. After the light curtain(s) is cleared, the Start/Restart button must be pressed and released to turn K1 and K2 back on. The MSR22LM returns to the normal sequence. Schematic 8 shows a typical application with a 3-way maintanined key switch, which can be used to set and change the number of breaks without cycling power. The switch must only be turned when K1 and K2 are deenergized. A new number of breaks is signaled by the PSDI lamp being on. Press the Start/Restart button to restart the unit LC2 (S22/S24) or LC3 (S32/S34) K1 (13/14) and K2 (23/24) PSDI Mode (48) Start/Restart Required (58) dark flashing on

Double break example

Start Before Break Timing Diagram


Power supply (A1/A2) Machine Cycle (S41/S42) Start/restart button (S43/S44) Double break example LC1 (S12/S14) LC2 (S22/S24) or LC3 (S32/S34)

Internal Switch Settings


PSDI operation Break Before Start, Short Contact Cycle Break Before Start, Long Contact Cycle Start Before Break, Short Contact Cycle Start Before Break, Long Contact Cycle Switch 10: Number of breaks 0 1 2 3 4-9 selecnot table Single Double Triple allbreak by key break break owed switch

K1 (13/14) and K2 (23/24) PSDI Mode (48) Start/Restart Required (58) dark flashing on

6 Switch 1 7 8 9

10

Presence Sensing Device Initiation (PSDI ) Mode


Normal sequence
A correct starting sequence is necessary to run the normal operating sequence. In the normal operating sequence the machine movement is signaled to the MSR22LM by opening and closing of the machine contact. The output contacts of the MSR22LM are opened when the machine contact opens. After that the operator must interrupt the LC for the required number of times to restart the machine operation. All necessary breaks must be completed within 30s. The request to access the machine is signaled by a flashing lamp (terminal 48). When the required number of interruptions on the LC is completed the lamp goes off and the contacts K1 and K2 close. A normally closed machine contact must be connected to the terminals S41 and S42 of the MSR22LM. The opening and closing of this contact depends on the machine setup and must be either short or long duration. Internal selector Switch 1 must be set to correspond to the cycle duration (see Internal Switch Settings on page 10).

Changing Breaks with Key Switch


Schematic 8 shows a typical application where the number of breaks is changed by a key-operated switch. To enable the change, K1 and K2 must be de-energized. This can be accomplished by breaking one of the light curtain inputs, which maintains the machine cycle contact in the closed position. After changing the key switch setting, the start sequence must be performed followed by the normal sequence. The timing diagram shows an example of a change to single break for Break Before Start and Short Duration Cycle Contact setting.

Break Before Start Short Duration Machine Cycle Contact


Key Switch Change Machine Contact (S41/S42) Start/Restart button (S43/S44) Single break example LC1 (S12/S14) Start Sequence Normal Sequence

Short Duration Machine Cycle Contact


In this mode, interruptions of LC1 must only be done when the machine contact has been opened and closed again. An exception is when an interruption is started while the contact is open and still is going on while the contact closes (the hashed area in the timing diagram below). Start/Restart button (S43/S44) LC1 (S12/S14) Machine cycle contact (S41/S42) K1 (13/14) and K2 (23/24) PSDI Mode (48) Start/Restart Required (58) dark flashing on

LC2 (S22/S24) K1 (13/14) and K2 (23/24) Key Switch (S32/S34) PSDI Mode (48) Start/Restart Required (58) dark flashing on

Long Duration Machine Cycle Contact


In this mode, interruptions are accepted while the machine contact is open. The machine is only enabled when the interruptions are completed and the machine cycle contact is closed again. Start/Restart button (S43/S44) Double break example LC1 (S12/S14) Machine cycle contact (S41/S42) K1 (13/14) and K2 (23/24) PSDI Mode (48) Start/Restart Required (58) dark flashing on

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Schematic 7: Typical PSDI Mode, LC1


24V DC
RECEIVER OSSD 2 OSSD 1

Power
Maintained Push Button

SENDER

Fuse L1 L2 L3 Fuses

Light Curtain 3 Guard Only


SENDER RECEIVER OSSD 2 OSSD 1

Latching E-Stop

K3

Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)

Light Curtain 2 Guard Only

A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

RECEIVER

SENDER

OSSD 2 OSSD 1

MSR22LM PSDI Break/Start, Short Doublebreak

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

6 2

6 2

K1 K2
S42 14 24 32

A2 M1 M2 48 58 X44 S43 S44 S41

Light Curtain 1 PSDI PSDI

Machine Cycle Start/ Restart


Momentary Push Button

M
K3 K4 Safety Contactors
or Safety Control Relays

24V Ground

Start/Restart Required

Schematic 8: Typical PSDI Mode, LC1 - with Key Switch Setting


24V DC No. of 1 2 Breaks 3 Key Switch
Fuse Fuses L1 L2 L3

Power
Maintained Push Button

OSSD 2 RECEIVER
SENDER

OSSD 1 K3

Auxiliary Circuit (Alarm Or Indication)

Light Curtain 2 Guard Only

A1 S12 S14 S21 S22 S23 S24 S31 S32 S33 S34 13 23 31

SENDER

OSSD 2 RECEIVER OSSD 1

MSR22LM PSDI Break/Start, Short Key switch set

K4 Contact Protection e.g. Thermal Cut Out

6 0

6 0

K1 K2
S42 14 24 32

A2 M1 M2 48 58 X44 S43 S44 S41

Light Curtain 1 PSDI PSDI

Machine Cycle Start/ Restart


Momentary Push Button

M
Safety Contactors or Safety Control Relays

24V Ground

Start/Restart Required

K3

K4

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