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Page 1:Object DetectionSophisticated sensor technology for all areas of automation

Page 2:22Benefit from comprehensivesensor expertise froma single source. Achievesolutions suited to yourrequirements.As the leading sensor specialist and system provider with more than90 years of company tradition, Balluff GmbH has been a recognizedpartner in factory automation for decades. The global player has astrong presence with 56 sales branches and representative officesas well as nine production sites on all continents. The company he-adquarters are located in Neuhausen a.d.F. near Stuttgart, Germany.Balluff masters the entire range of technology with very diverse ope-rating principles, including high-quality sensors and systems for posi-tion measurement and identification, as well as sensors for detectingobjects and measuring fluids. The full-range assortment includesoptimal network and connection technology and a comprehensiveline of accessory products.We offer innovative, first-class products tested in our own accreditedlaboratory and maintain certified quality management in accordancewith DIN EN 9001:2008. Our technology speaks for itself ininternational applications since it also meets regional standards.Balluff stands for application-specific customer solutions, com-prehensive services, individual consultation and prompt service.Our staff of more than 2,600 employees is committed to providingoutstanding service worldwide.

Page 3:3■ www.balluff.com 3■ www balluff comPhotoelectric Sensors 14Inductive Sensors 444Magnetic Cylinder Sensors 818Industrial Networking and Connectivity − A Selection 882Many other products are included in our completeIndustrial Networking and Connectivity product line.Basic Information and Definitions 934Accessories − A Selection 916Many other products are included in our complete line of accessories.Alphanumerical Directory 982Worldwide Sales 1024Capacitive Sensors 734Ultrasonic Sensors 402

Page 4:4Sophisticated sensor techno-logy for all areas of automationAutomotive industry: Factory automation, plant engineering, welding systems and reshaping technologyMechanical and systems engineering: Steelworks, machine tools and machines for making packaging,plastics and rubberEnergy: Conventional and renewable energiesDrive technology: Hydraulic and electric drive technologyOther areas: Medical technology, semiconductor equipment, machines for processing wood, mining machines,printing machines, and paper-making machines, etc.

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Page 6:6Customer-specific servicesBalluff stands for comprehensive systems froma single sourceSystems and Service, Industrial Networking and Connectivity, Industrial Identification:Industrial RFID systems, vision sensors, fieldbus modules, passive splitters, inductive couplers, IO-Link,connectors and connection cables

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Page 8:8Sensor solutionsFor every applicationObject detection, linear position sensing and measurement, condition monitoring and fluid sensors, accessories:Inductive sensors, capacitive sensors, magnetic sensors, photoelectric sensors, mechanical sensors,ultrasonic sensors, inductive distance sensors, magneto-inductive displacement sensors, micropulse transducers,photoelectricdistance sensors, magnetically coded position and angle measurement systems, inductive positioning systems,inclination sensors, pressure sensors, mechanical accessories, electrical accessories

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Page 12:12Photoelectric sensors check presence,size, color, distance and thickness.They are excellent specialists with differentfocuses:■ Part recognition and counting■ Stack height monitoring■ Detection through glass■ Small parts detection■ Brand recognition■ Fill level detectionand much moreUltrasonic sensors are perfect for distancemeasurement or position detection ofgranular materials, liquids and powders.They measure fill levels, heights and sagas well as count and monitor the presenceof objects.■ Display with direct measurement valueoutput■ Numeric setting of the sensor via thedisplay■ Automatic synchronization and multi-plex operation■ 5 sensing distances with a measuringrange from 30 mm to 8 m■ Analog and switching outputInductive sensors are used to control, po-sition and check processes in automationtechnology. The robust sensors detectobjects in the metal range.■ Non-contact, wear-free,contamination-resistant,short-circuit protected■ Available in designs from Ø 3 mmto 80×80 mm square dimensionsPhotoelectricsensorsPage 14UltrasonicsensorsInductivesensorsPage 402 Page 444Comprehensive sensorexpertise from a single source

Page 13:13■ www.balluff.comCapacitive sensors detect objects and filllevels of all liquids, granular materials andpowders, including non-conductive mate-rials, directly or through a container wall.■ Non-contact, wear-free,non-reactive, bounce-free outputsignal■ Simple sensor replacement, containerseal is unnecessaryThe primary application for magnetic cyl-inder sensors is scanning piston positionson pneumatic and hydraulic cylinders.■ Can be used universally■ Very precise, reliableswitching behavior■ Long service life due to lack of contactand wear■ Vibration-resistant■ Space-saving attachment thanks tosmall sizesThe optimum peripherals for sensors:Balluff offers a wide variety of reliableaccessories. Optimally matched to oursensors and systems, they allowtime-saving and cost-saving integration.■ Easy to use■ Exact positioning of the sensor■ High machine availabilityA selection for quickly and easily connect-ing sensors and systems to all networks.■ Bus systems – IP 67 guaranteed!■ Inductive coupler for contactless trans-mission of data and energy■ Passive distributor for the best integra-tion■ Comprehensive portfolio of plugconnectors and connection lines■ The entire connection design isalso available in IO-Link versionsCapacitivesensorsPage 734Magneticcylinder sensorsPage 818Industrial networkingand connectivityAccessoriesPage 916Page 882

Page 14:14Photoelectric sensors check presence, size, color, distance andthickness.They are excellent specialists with completely different focuses:■ Part recognition and counting■ Stack height monitoring■ Detection through glass■ Small parts detection■ Brand recognition■ Fill level detection and much more.The wide Balluff spectrum offers every light type, whether red light,infrared or laser technology. In different ranges. With and withoutbackground suppression.Various designs – also in mini version – ensure a wide variety ofpossible applications. Our photoelectric sensors are optimized forrobotics, automation, installation and handling.Photoelectric sensorsfor object detectionPhotoelectricSensors

Page 15:15■ www.balluff.comPhotoelectric SensorsContentsBasic informationand definitionscan be foundon page 934.Photoelectric SensorsPerformance spectrum16Product overview22Photoelectric SensorsCylinder designs 36Block Designs 138Fork sensors BGL_A 238Angle sensors BWL 260Photoelectric Sensors withSpecial PropertiesAnalog fork sensors BGL_C 274Optical window sensors BOW 280Light grids BLG 284Color sensors BFS 288Contrast sensors BKT 294Luminescence Sensors BLT 306Optical Fiber Base Units BFB/BOS 312Plastic Fiber Optics BFO 326Glass Fiber Optics BFO 344Photoelectric Distance Sensorsfor Analog Distance MeasurementBlock Designs 352Accessories for Photoelectric SensorsReflectors 376Sensor Accessories 384Fasteners 392

Page 16:16Photoelectric SensorsPerformance spectrumQuerying the size and content of containersThe retroreflective sensor (1) indicates the presence of the box. Thepulse duration can be used to count or measure box lengths.The diffuse sensor (2) with background suppression checks thecontents of the box. Its range is adjustable.Checking stack heightThrough-beam light sensors that consist of a emitter and receivercan be installed one on top of the other. Each through-beam sen-sor then scans a specific stack height. The accuracy of the scan iswithin a few millimeters, if apertures are used.Tracking a hoistThe through-beams are assigned so that the uppermost metal plateinterrupts the light beam. The beam path is open when the metalplate is removed for processing. The through-beams provide aswitching signal, and the hoist is automatically reset to the height ofa metal plate.

Page 17:17■ www.balluff.comPhotoelectric SensorsPerformance spectrumScanning a read markIn order to recognize a reading mark, a base unit and plastic fiberoptics are used. This way a mark – such as a bright line – can bescanned on a dark background, as occur on belts, hoses or contain-ers.Checking drill breakageUsing a through-beam light sensor with double-slotted apertures,a drill breakage check can be carried out from 2 m away. Drillslarger than approx. 2 mm diameter can be checked this way. If evensmaller drills (down to 1 mm Ø) have to be checked, then a laserthrough-beam sensor can be used.Detecting small partsWith an optical adapter such as the BOS 18-PK-1, small parts canbe measured and the background simultaneously suppressed.In this way, with a sensing distance of up to 13 mm, for example,fibers with a diameter of 0.05 mm can be queried, where the colorplays a subordinate role. Diffuse sensors with background suppres-sion enable larger ranges.Detecting a grooveTo sense a groove on a bear-ing pillow, a diffuse sensor isadjusted using a fiber opticcable so that the bearing pillowis reliably detected. The grooveinterrupts the beam (no reflec-tion), and the switch changes itsoutput condition.PhotoelectricSensorsPerformanceSpectrumProductOverviewPhotoelectricSensorsPhotoelectricSensors withSpecial Proper-tiesPhotoelectricDistanceSensorsfor AnalogDistanceMeasurementAccessories forPhotoelectricSensors

Page 18:18Recognizing differentdiametersIn order to be able to recognizedifferent shaft diameters, a dif-fuse sensor with backgroundsuppression (HGA) is used insuch a manner that it switcheswith large diameters. Small di-ameters, on the other hand, aresuppressed as "background" sothat the sensor does not switch.Querying packaging contentsA through-beam sensor is used in order to query the content of apackage (e.g., bandages). To do so, the emitter and receiver arearranged so that the light beam goes through the packaging. If thepackaging is empty, the light is sufficient to light up the receiver. Ifit is filled, the packaging contents interrupt the emitter's light beam,and the sensor switches.Checking sagTwo through-beam sensors can be used to control the positioningof a roller conveyor. In addition, the through-beams are arrangedabove each other so that at optimum slack, the lower light beam isclear and the upper beam interrupted. If both light beams are clear,more roll tension is needed. If both are interrupted, there is too muchmaterial (slack) present.Querying fill level in transparent containersDuring the fill level query in a transparent container (cylinder), adiffuse sensor with fiber optics is used as a through-beam sensor.If no liquid is at the sensor height, the light beam is not broken, sothat it hits the receiver. If enough fluid is available, the light beamis deflected away from the receiver. The switch changes its outputcondition.Photoelectric SensorsPerformance spectrum

Page 19:19■ www.balluff.comPositioning partsIn order to correctly position pivoted parts, its groove can bescanned. A laser sensor with background suppression is calibratedso that it recognizes the surface of the pivoted part. If the light beamstrikes the slot, the light is reflected back to the sensor at a differ-ent angle. The switch recognizes this as a background signal andignores it, i. e. changes its switching state.Checking the level: Granular material in small packagesMultiple sensors simultaneously check the content of a wholeseries of small packages on a conveyor belt.In addition, the user can shorten the plastic fiber optics to the de-sired length. Its standard length is 2 m.Checking the quality of workpiecesMultiple sensors with fiber optic attachments simultaneously checkdifferent features of a workpiece.Only if all drill holes, screws, dimensional accuracies, surface quali-ties etc. are present may the workpiece be processed further. Laterfailures and downtime are thus avoided.Detecting the bead of a camshaftTo detect whether a bead is present, a diffuse sensor with fiberoptics is used. This fiber optic is arranged on a level parallel to thecamshaft. If a bead is present on the camshaft, the light beam isinterrupted. With no bead, the beam path is free.Photoelectric SensorsPerformance spectrumPhotoelectricSensorsPerformanceSpectrumProductOverviewPhotoelectricSensorsPhotoelectricSensors withSpecial Proper-tiesPhotoelectricDistanceSensorsfor AnalogDistanceMeasurementAccessories forPhotoelectricSensors

Page 20:20Sorting partsIn order to be able to sort parts of various heights, a through-beamsensor is used. To do so, a teach-in process is used so that tallerparts interrupt the light beam and can be sorted out. The quick andsecure teach-in enables quick adaptation to changed conditions.Checking threadsPrior to assembling nuts, acheck needs to be made todetermine whether a thread ispresent or not. If the thread ispresent, they will reflect the lightback to the fiber optics and thesensor will operate.If the thread is missing, there willbe a total reflection on the blankwall of the drill hole, and as aresult, no light will be reflected tothe fiber optics. The sensor doesnot switch.Checking packagingIn order to check whether a packaging is correctly closed, a through-beam sensor is configured so that the light beam runs just above thepackaging. If it is not correctly closed, the obstructing lid interruptsthe light beam, and the through-beam sensor signals it.Counting transparent bottlesTransparent objects absorb onlya little light. In order to measurethem accurately, retroreflectivelight sensors with small hyster-esis are best suited. Throughtheir teach-in-buttons, the sen-sors can additionally be set veryeasily, and their configurationcan be changed even when theprocess is running. Unnecessarydowntimes are thus preventedeasily.Photoelectric SensorsPerformance spectrum