A100

A100 Double Sheet Detection System

 

The new TNxxS sensors complete the system A100 by sensors, which are provided with a plug connection. The new connection cables are now available with both straight and angled connectors. The TN sensors are single-sided contacting sensors with a permanent magnet. This results in a very low energy consumption and a very fast response time. They are suitable for steel sheets and especially for tinplate. The 4 sensors TN08S, TN15S, TN30S, TN40S cover a measurement range from 0.08 to 3.6 mm (based on single sheet).

Applications

Cost-effective Double Sheet Detection with single probe sensors.

Features

  • Single probe sensors, permanent-magnetic  
  • Measurement of Ferrous material .04 - 3.6 mm (.002in. - .141 in.) single sheet thickness
  • Easy setup by key operation or via control input
  • LCD display for visualization of nominal / current values, operational / error messages, key allocation
  • Compact enclosure for DIN-rail mounting, protection class IP00

Device variations

A100
Compact enclosure for DIN-rail mounting, protection class IP00 (see picture below left)

A100-S
Compact enclosure for screw-on mounting, pluggable connections, protection class IP54 (see picture below middle)

A100-IP65:
Control unit in protective enclosure, for machine mounting, protection class IP65 (see picture below right)

A100

Technical data

Applications: Cost-effective Double Sheet Detection with single probe sensors.
Material thickness: Measurement of ferrous materials .04 - 3.6 mm (.002in. - .141 in.) single sheet thickness
Measuring method: Single probe Double Sheet Detector
Functional principle: Single probe sensors, permanent-magnetic.
Programs: 1 measurement program, memory storage
Switching threshold: 85% and 115% of nominal value
Special features: Easy setup by key operation or via control input.
LCD display for visualization of nominal / current values, operational / error messages, key allocation.
Compact enclosure for DIN-rail mounting, protection class IP00.
Notice: Information for older sensors is documented in the manual.