Introduction:UB2000 The sensor can be synchronised by the external application of a square wave voltage. A synchronisation pulse at the synchronisation input starts a measuring cycle. The pulse must have a duration greater than 100 μs.
Ultrasonic proximity UB2000-30GM75-I-V1 sensor
Sensing distance:80-2000mm Adjustment range:120-2000mm Unusable area ;0-80mm
indication of the switching state
Flashing:program function object detected
permanently red: Error Red,
object not detected
Operating voltage UB
Power consumption P0≤900 mW
1 analogue output 4…20mA
evaluation range [mm]/4000,
but ≥ 0.35 mm
Deviation of the characteristic
curve ≤0.2% of full-scale value
accuracy ≤0.1% of full-scale value
influence ≤2% from full-scale value
epoxy resin/hollow glass
mixture; Polyurethane foam
External synchronization The sensor can be
synchronised by the external application of a square wave voltage. A
synchronisation pulse at the synchronisation input starts a measuring cycle. The pulse must have a duration greater than 100 μs. The measuring cycle starts with the falling edge of a
synchronisation pulse. A low level > 1 s or an open synchronisation
input will result in the normal operation of the sensor. A high level at the synchronisation input disables the sensor. Two operating modes are available: 1. Multiple sensors can be controlled by the same synchronisation signal. The sensors are synchronised. 2. The synchronisation pulses are sent cyclically to individual sensors. The sensors operate in multiplex mode.
Internal synchronization The synchronisation connections of up to 5 sensors capable of internal synchronisation are connected to one another. When
power is applied, these sensors will operate in multiplex mode.
The response delay increases according to the number of sensors to be synchronised. Synchronisation cannot be performed
during TEACH-IN and vice versa. The sensors must be operated in an unsynchronised manner to teach the evaluation limits. Note:
If the option for synchronisation is not used, the synchronisation input has to be connected to ground (0V) or the sensor has to
be operated via a V1 cable connector (4-pin).