Omron E2C/E2C-H Separate Amplifier Compact design with smaller Sensor Head. Heat-resistance model available for application between −10 and 200°C.
Omron E2C/E2C-H Separate Amplifier Specifications
|1.8 mm||2 mm||3 mm||5 mm||10 mm||18 mm||50 mm|
|Stable sensing area||Ambient temperature||0 to 0.8 mm||0 to 1 mm||0 to 1.5 mm||0 to 2 mm||0 to 5 mm||0 to 10 mm||0 to 20 mm|
|At 0 to 40°C||0 to 1.2 mm||0 to 1.5 mm||0 to 2 mm||0 to 2.5 mm||0 to 7 mm||0 to 15 mm||0 to 28 mm|
|Differential travel||Refer to Ratings and Specifications on page 4 for Amplifier Unit specifications.|
|Detectable object||Ferrous metal (The sensing distance decreases with non-ferrous metal. Refer to Engineering Data on page 7.)|
|Standard sensing ob- ject||Iron, 5 ´ 5 ´ 1 mm||Iron, 8 ´ 8 ´
|Iron, 12 ´ 12 ´
|Iron, 18 ´ 18 ´
|Iron, 30 ´ 30 ´
|Iron, 50 ´ 50 ´
|Response frequency *1||1 kHz||800 Hz||350 Hz||100 Hz||50 Hz|
|Ambient temperature range||Operating/Storage: -25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)|
|Ambient humidity range||Operating/Storage: 35% to 95% (with no condensation)|
|Temperature influence||15% max. of sensing distance at 23°C in the temperature range of -25 to 70°C|
|Vibration resistance||Destruction: 10 to 55 Hz, 1.5-mm double amplitude for 2 hours each in X and Y directions|
|Shock resistance||Destruction: 500 m/s2 3 times each in X and Y directions|
|Degree of protection||IEC 60529 IP67, in-house standards: oil-resistant|
|Connection method *2||Pre-wired Models|
|High-frequency coaxial cable (Standard cable length: 3 m)|
|Weight (packed state)||Approx. 40 g||Approx. 45 g||Approx. 50 g||Approx. 60 g||Approx. 140 g||Approx. 270 g||Approx. 300 g|
|Sensing surface||ABS resin|
|Clamping nut||—||Brass, nickel-plated (except E2C-C1A)|
|Toothed washer||—||Brass, zinc-plated (except E2C-C1A)|
*1. The minimum value when using the solid-state control output on the Amplifier Unit.
Measurement conditions are as follows: standard sensing object, a distance of twice the standard sensing object, and a set distance of half the sensing distance.
*2. Refer to 6 for cable lengths when combining Amplifier Units and Sensors. The characteristic impedance of the high-frequency coaxial cable is 50 Ù.