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1 Your Global Automation Partner RU CK40 RU CP40 Ultrasonic Sensors Operating Instructions

2 Contents 2 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

3 Contents 1 About These Instructions Target Groups Explanation of Symbols Other Documents Feedback About These Instructions 5 2 Notes on the Product Product Identification Scope of Delivery Legal Requirements Manufacturer and Service 7 3 For Your Safety Intended Use Obvious Misuse General Safety Instructions 7 4 Product Description Device Overview Indication Elements Properties and Features Operating Principle Functions and Operating Modes Setting Options Diffuse Mode Sensor Retro-reflective Mode Technical Accessories 13 5 Mounting RU200-CK40 Changing the Active Face RU200-CP40 Changing the Active Face 15 6 Connection Wiring Diagrams RU200-CK Wiring Diagrams RU200-CP Commissioning 18 8 Operation Operation as a Diffuse Mode Sensor LEDs Operation as a Retro-reflective Sensor LEDs 19 9 Setting RU200-CK40 Setting via Teach Adapter RU200-CK40 Setting by Manual Bridging (Shorting) RU200-CK40 and RU200-CP40 Setting via Pushbuttons /08 3

4 10 Troubleshooting Maintenance Repair Returning Devices Disposal Technical Data 30 4 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

5 1 About these Instructions 1.1 Target Groups These instructions describe the setup, the functions and use of the product and help you to operate the product for its intended use. Read these instructions carefully before using the product. This will prevent the risk of personal injury and damage to property or equipment. Keep these instructions safe during the service life of the product. If the product is passed on, pass on these instructions as well. These instructions are written for suitably qualified and trained personnel and must be read by anyone entrusted with the mounting, commissioning, operation, maintenance, disassembly or disposal of the device. 1.2 Explanation of Symbols The following symbols are used in these instructions: DANGER DANGER indicates an immediate hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. WARNING WARNING indicates a possible hazardous situation with the risk of death or serious injury if it is not prevented. NOTICE NOTICE indicates a situation that may cause possible damage to property if it is not prevented. NOTE NOTE indicates tips, recommendations and important information. The notes contain information, particular operating steps that facilitate work and possibly help to avoid additional work resulting from incorrect procedures. MANDATORY ACTION This symbol denotes actions that the user must carry out. 1.3 Other Documents RESULT OF ACTION This symbol denotes the relevant results of actions and procedures. Besides this document the following material can be found on the Internet at Data sheet Quick start guide 1.4 Feedback about these Instructions We make every effort to ensure that these instructions are as informative and as clear as possible. If you have any suggestions for improving the design or if some information is missing in the document, please send your suggestions to the 2017/08 5

6 Notes on the Product 2 Notes on the Product 2.1 Product Identification RU 200 CK40 LIU2 P 8 X2 T H RU 200 Series H Range [cm] Functional principle RU ultrasonic sensor Electrical Connection: Connector Assignment 1 standard assignment contacts 5 contacts Connector type 1 straight Connector design H1 flange connector M Scope of Delivery CK40 Design Housing CK rectangular, plastic, flange connector, dimensions in mm CP rectangular, plastic terminal chamber, dimensions in mm LIU2 P 8 X2 T Electrical version T with teach button blank without teach button Indication X2 number of LEDs Voltage range VDC Output mode N NPN output P PNP output Output function 2 number outputs, if > 1 LIU analog output and voltage The following are supplied: Ultrasonic sensor Quick start guide 2.3 Legal Requirements The device is subject to the following EU directive: 2014/30/EU (electromagnetic compatibility) 2011/65/EU (RoHS II) 6 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

7 2.4 Manufacturer and Service Turck supports you in your projects from the initial analysis right through to the commissioning of your application. The Turck product database offers you several software tools for programming, configuring or commissioning, as well as data sheets and CAD files in many export formats. You can access the Product Database directly via the following address: For further inquiries in Germany contact the Sales and Service Team on: Sales: Technical: For overseas inquiries contact your national Turck representative. Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG Witzlebenstraße Mülheim an der Ruhr Germany 3 For Your Safety 3.1 Intended Use 3.2 Obvious Misuse The product is designed according to state of the art technology. Residual hazards, however, still exist. Observe the following safety instructions and warnings in order to prevent danger to persons and property. Turck accepts no liability for damage caused by failure to observe these safety instructions. These devices are designed solely for use in industrial areas. The ultrasonic sensors of the High End series are intended for the non-contact detection of solid or liquid objects as well as the distance to objects. The devices must only be used as described in these instructions. Any other use is not in accordance with the intended use; Turck accepts no liability for any resulting damage. The devices are not safety components and must not be used for the protection of persons and property. 3.3 General Safety Instructions The device must only be fitted, installed, operated, parameterized and maintained by trained and qualified personnel. The devices only meet the EMC requirements for industrial areas and are not suitable for use in residential areas. Only use the device in compliance with the applicable national and international regulations, standards and laws. Not all objects are detected equally well by the sensor. The detection of the object must be checked by the user prior to regular operation. Strong air movements can disturb the correct function of the sensor and corrupt the measured values. Avoid air currents between the sensor and the object to be detected. 2017/08 7

8 Product Description 4 Product Description 4.1 Device Overview The rectangular devices are fitted in a plastic housing. The active face can be configured in five positions and is suitable for flush, partially flush and non-flush mounting. The devices are provided with a metal M12 connector (RU CK40) for connecting the sensor cable or a terminal chamber for a cable gland (RU CP40). A switching distance can be set for object detection, which must be less than or equal to the maximum sensing range, and greater than the minimum switching distance. The devices can be set via the pushbuttons. RU CK40 devices can also be set with a teach adapter or by manual bridging. RU 2UP devices with two switch outputs (PNP or NPN) or RU LIU devices with a switch output (PNP or NPN) and analog output (current/voltage) are provided. The switching distance and other functions can be set for both outputs. Button 1 Button LED 40 M12 x 1 ø x ø M20 x 1.5 LED Button 1 Button ø /2-14NPT LED Button 1 Button Fig. 1: Dimensions RU CK Indication Elements Fig. 2: Dimensions RU200-CP40 with M thread Fig. 3: Dimensions RU200-CP40 /S10 with NPT thread The ultrasonic sensors have a green and a yellow LED which are visible via 4 indication points. Only the green or the yellow LED can be active at one time. The color of the active LED lights up on all indication points. 4.2 Properties and Features Separate sonic transducers for transmitter and receiver Rectangular design mm Connection via M12 1 plug connector Adjustable measuring range 8 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

9 4.3 Operating Principle Ultrasonic sensors are designed for the non-contact and wear-free detection of a variety of targets by means of sound waves. It does not matter here whether the target is transparent or non-transparent, metallic or non-metallic, solid, liquid or in powder form. Environmental conditions such as spray, dust or rain also hardly affect the functioning of the sensors. Ultrasonic sensors emit one or several ultrasonic pulses that are propagated in the air at the speed of sound. A part of the ultrasonic wave is reflected back to the sensor by the object. The sensor measures the total time of flight from the sensor to the object and back to the sensor. The distance to the object is then calculated with the following formula: D = c t / 2 D = Distance from the sensor to the object c = Speed of sound in air t = Time of flight for the ultrasonic pulse To improve accuracy, the ultrasonic sensor forms the mean value from the measurement of several sound pulses before outputting a new value. The ultrasound velocity depends on the composition and the temperature of the gas in which the sound is propagated. In most ultrasound applications, the composition of the gas is stable whereas the temperature may often fluctuate. The speed of sound in air varies with the temperature according to the following approximation formula: C m/s = T C C m/s = Speed of sound in meters per second T C = Temperature in C Fluctuations in air temperature therefore affect the speed of sound, which in turn has an effect on the total time for the echo measured by the sensor. An increase in air temperature shifts both measuring range limits closer to the sensor. Conversely, both measuring range limits are shifted further away from the sensor by a drop in air temperature. This shift is approximately 3.5 % of the limit distance with a temperature change of 20 C. Good ultrasonic reflectors are metals, glass, stone, wood with smooth and hard surfaces, as well as liquids that are aligned appropriately to the sensor. Cloth, sand or grains absorb some of the sonic energy. Foams and skins are particularly poor reflectors. 4.4 Functions and Operating Modes The ultrasonic sensors are provided with two switching outputs that can be set independently of each other. Two switching outputs (RU U ) or one switching output and a freely configurable output (current, voltage or switching output) (RU200- -LIU ) are available, depending on the device variant. On devices with a freely configurable output, output 1 can be used as a switching output, and output 2 can either be used as a switching output, current output (4 20 ma/0 20 ma) or voltage output (0 10 V/0 5 V/1 6 V ). The start and end point of the measuring range can be set for the outputs. The measuring range must be within the detection range. The sensors can be run in normal operation as a diffuse mode or retro-reflective sensor. The user can set an individual switch point as well as a window or hysteresis function. 2017/08 9

10 Product Description Setting Options The devices feature the following setting options: RU -CK Diffuse Mode Sensor Setting by manual bridging (shorting) Setting with connected teach adapter (accessories to be ordered separately) Setting via the pushbuttons RU -CP40 Setting via the pushbuttons When used as a diffuse mode sensor The switch window is used for window or hysteresis functions. Diffuse Mode Sensor with NC Function When used a diffuse mode sensor with an NC function, one switch point is taught for a switch output. The output behaves as follows: 1 blind zone detection range 0 SP1 Fig. 4: Diffuse mode sensor with NC function Behavior of the switching output Diffuse Mode Sensor with NO Function When used a diffuse mode sensor with an NO function, one switch point is taught for a switch output. The output behaves as follows: 1 blind zone detection range 0 SP1 Fig. 5: Diffuse mode sensor with NO function Behavior of the switching output 10 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

11 Window Function The start and end point of the switch window range can be set for the outputs. The switch window must be within the sensing range. 1 blind zone detection range out 0 SP1 SP2 max Fig. 6: Window function Behavior of the switching output Hysteresis Function When using the hysteresis function, a switching window is taught that is defined by two switch points. The switching outputs have the following behavior as outputs: If an object is moved away from the sensor, the switching output is switched on for as long as the object is located between the beginning of the sensing range and the 2nd switch point. If the object passes the 2nd switch point, the switching output is switched off. If an object is moved towards the sensor, the switching output is switched off for as long as the object is located between the beginning of the sensing range and the 1st switch point. If the object passes the 1st switch point, the switching output is switched on. 1 blind zone detection range out out 0 switch-on switch-off Fig. 7: Hysteresis function Behavior of switching output 2017/08 11

12 Product Description RU LIU2 Behavior of the Analog Output Output 2 is factory set as an analog output and can be used either as a 4 20 ma / 0 20 ma current output, a 0 10 V / 0 5 V / 1 6 V voltage output or as a switching output. The analog output behaves as follows: U I [V] [ma] blind zone detection range U I [V] [ma] blind zone detection range 0 4 measuring range beginning end 0 4 beginning measuring range end Retro-reflective Mode Fig. 8: Analog output Output behavior Fig. 9: Analog output inverted Output behavior When used as a retro-reflective sensor switching output 2 is switched on. A narrow switch window near the reflector is taught. The behavior of the switching output 1 is inverted in relation to switching output 2. 1 blind zone out2 detection range 0 out1 target Fig. 10: Retro-reflective mode Behavior of the switching output 12 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

13 4.5 Technical Accessories The following accessories for the CK40 devices are not included in the scope of delivery: Type name Description Figure TX1-Q20L60 Teach adapter M12 x ø 4.5 ø 15 M12 x RKC4.5-5T-2/TEL Female connector, straight, with 2 m PVC cable, open end RKC4.5-5T-5/TEL Female connector, straight, with 5 m PVC cable, open end M12 x 1 ø 15 RKC4.5-5T-10/TEL Female connector, straight, with 10 m PVC cable, open end L WKC4.5-5T-2/TEL Female connector, angled, with 2 m PVC cable, open end ø 15 M12 x 1 WKC4.5-5T-5/TEL Female connector, angled, with 5 m PVC cable, open end 26.5 WKC4.5-5T-10/TEL Female connector, angled, with 10 m PVC cable, open end 32 L In addition to the above-mentioned connection cables,turck also offers other cable types for specific applications with the correct terminals. More information on this is available from the Turck product database at http// in the Connectivity area. 2017/08 13

14 Mounting 5 Mounting The sensors can be mounted in any direction. Clean the mounting surface and its surroundings. When using a mounting aid: Fasten the sensor in the mounting aid. Mount the sensor or mounting aid at the intended position. Ensure that the rear plug connector is accessible. Mount the sensor so that the blind zone is clear of any relevant objects (see wave patterns or technical data) cm Fig. 11: Wave pattern 100x100 mm ø 27 mm When using more than one ultrasonic sensor in an application: Avoid the overlapping of sonic cones. An overlap can occur if two sensors are mounted too close to each other. 5.1 RU200-CK40 Changing the Active Face B A C C 315 D E EN Fig. 12: Changing the active face Undo the securing screw (B) and pull the sensor out of the fixing clamp (A). Undo the screws (E). Remove the adapter bracket (D), turn it 180 and re-tighten the screws (E). Fit the sensor on the fixing clamp (A) and tighten the securing screw (B). 14 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

15 5.2 RU200-CP40 Changing the Active Face B C A D E F Fig. 13: Changing the active face Undo the screws (B) and pull the electronic unit (A) together with the sensor head (D) from the connection socket (F). Undo the screws (E), sensor head (D) and rotate so that the active face is on top. Refit the sensor head and tighten the screws (E). Pull the sensor head (D) from the electronic unit (A), turn to the required approach direction and refit on the electronic unit (A). Fit the electronic unit (A) with the sensor head (D) on the connection socket (F) tighten the screws (B). 2017/08 15

16 Connection 6 Connection Connect the female connector of the connection cable to the male connector of the sensor. Connect the open end of the connection cable to the power supply and/or processing units. 6.1 Wiring Diagrams RU200-CK40 Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin 1 Pin 2 (Out 2) Pin 3 Pin 4 (Out 1) Pin VDC PNP, NO GND PNP, NO teach-in 3 BU 5 GY 2 WH 4 BK 1 BN Fig. 14: RU -CK40-2UP8 (2 switching outputs, PNP) (BN) (BU) (WH) (BK) + 5 (GY) teach-in Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin VDC Pin 2 (Out 2) NPN, NO 2 WH Pin 3 GND 3 BU 1 BN Pin 4 (Out 1) NPN, NO 5 GY 4 BK Pin 5 teach-in (BN) (BU) (WH) (BK) + 5 (GY) teach-in Fig. 15: RU -CK40-2UN8 (2 switching outputs, NPN) Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin VDC Pin 2 (Out 2) analog 2 WH Pin 3 GND 3 BU 1 BN Pin 4 (Out 1) PNP, NO 5 GY 4 BK Pin 5 teach-in (BN) (WH) (BU) (BK) I + analog 5 (GY) teach-in Fig. 16: RU -CK40-LIU2P8 (1 analog output, 1 switching output PNP) Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin VDC Pin 2 (Out 2) analog 2 WH Pin 3 GND 3 BU 1 BN Pin 4 (Out 1) NPN, NO 5 GY 4 BK Pin 5 teach-in (BN) (WH) (BU) (BK) I + analog 5 (GY) teach-in Fig. 17: RU -CK40-LIU2N8 (1 analog output, 1 switching output NPN) 16 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

17 6.2 Wiring Diagrams RU200-CP40 Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin VDC Pin 2 (Out 2) PNP, NO Pin 3 GND Pin 4 (Out 1) PNP, NO Fig. 18: RU -CP40-2UP8 (2 switching outputs, PNP) Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin VDC Pin 2 (Out 2) NPN, NO Pin 3 GND Pin 4 (Out 1) NPN, NO Fig. 19: RU -CP40-2UN8 (2 switching outputs, NPN) Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin 1 Pin 2 (Out 2) Pin 3 Pin 4 (Out 1) +24 VDC analog GND PNP, NO I + analog Fig. 20: RU -CP40-LIU2P8 (1 analog output, 1 switching output NP) Pin Pin assignment Wiring diagram Pin 1 Pin 2 (Out 2) Pin 3 Pin 4 (Out 1) +24 VDC analog GND NPN, NO I + analog Fig. 21: RU -CP40-LIU2N8 (1 analog output, 1 switching output NPN) 2017/08 17

18 Commissioning 7 Commissioning The device is operational automatically once the cables are connected and the power supply is switched on. 8 Operation NOTICE Incorrect use of the sensor Possible damage to property due to malfunction Prevent the accumulation of material deposits on the surface of the sonic transducer. Keep the blind zone of the sensor clear. Refer to the technical data for the blind zone S min of the sensor. Smin coverage teach-in-range sensor sonic cone object Fig. 22: Sonic cone and spread of the blind zone (schematic) 18 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

19 8.1 Operation as a Diffuse Mode Sensor LEDs In diffuse mode the LEDs have the following indication functions: LED Yellow Green Off (only NO contact) Meaning Switching output 1 on NO contact: Object within the sensing range, switching output 1 off NC contact: Object within the teach-in range, switching output 1 off No object within the sensing range, switching output 1 off 8.2 Operation as a Retro-reflective Sensor LEDs In retro-reflective mode the LEDs have the following indication functions: LED Yellow Green Off Meaning Reflector present, switching output 1 on Object between sensor and reflector, switching output 1 off No object within the sensing range, switching output 1 off Switching output 2 inverts the signal of switching output /08 19

20 Setting 9 Setting The ultrasonic sensor has 2 outputs with individually adjustable limits. Output 2 is factory set as an analog output on the RU LIU devices and can be used either as a current output, a voltage output or as a switching output. The RU 2UP devices have two switching outputs. The user can set an individual switch point as well as a double switch point for the switching outputs. The double switch point is used for window or hysteresis functions. The output behavior of the switching outputs is shown in Fig. 4 to Fig. 10. The sensor switches automatically to normal operation after the teach operation is successfully completed. The devices can be taught with a teach adapter, via pushbuttons on the device or by manual bridging: RU CK40 Teach to GND Teach to U B Teach adapter Press the pushbutton to GND Press the pushbutton to U B Manual bridging (shorting) Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) Bridge Pin1 (BN) with Pin 5 (GY) Pushbutton on the device Press pushbutton 1 Press pushbutton 2 RU CP40 Teach to GND Teach to U B Pushbutton on the device Press pushbutton 1 Press pushbutton 2 The TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter is not included in the scope of delivery. To use the teach adapter connect it between the sensor and the connection cable. Abort teach operation: teach to U B for at least 2 s. 20 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

21 The following flow chart illustrates the operating steps and the LED indication during the teachin process. Select Teach Out1 Select Teach Out2 GND/T1 > 2 s GND/T1 > 8 s LED 1x slow 1 Hz Start teaching Out1 LED 2x slow 1 Hz Start teaching Out2 LED GN YE flashes alternating GND/T1 > 2 s LED 1x slow 1 Hz Switching point: measure and save OK Fail GND/T1 > 8 s LED 2x slow 1 Hz Window function: measure and save SP1 Start choice window / hysteresis Fail GND/T1 > 2 s LED 1x slow 2 Hz Window function: measure and save SP2 OK Fail GND/T1 > 8 s UB / T2 > 2 s LED 1x fast 8 Hz Select: window / hysteresis LED 1x fast 8 Hz Cancel Window Hysteresis Fail Canceled GND/T1 > 14 s UB / T2 > 2 s LED 3x slow 1 Hz Invert logic LED 1x fast 8 Hz Cancel NC NO Canceled Out2: current output UB / T2 > 2 s LED 1x slow 1 Hz Out2: current output OK Out2: voltage output UB / T2 > 8 s LED 2x slow 1 Hz Out2: voltage output OK Out2: switch UB / T2 > 14 s LED 3x slow 1 Hz Out2: switch OK Retro-reflective sensor UB / T2 > 20 s LED 1x slow 1 Hz Out2: switch only inverted Out1 OK Fail Start factory reset GND/T1 > 14 s LEDs slow 2 Hz Start factory reset GND/T1 > 2 s LED 1x fast 8 Hz Reset OK Reset UB / T2 > 2 s LED 1x fast 8 Hz Cancel Canceled Fig. 23: RU -LIU2 Overview of the teach-in process 2017/08 21

22 Setting Select Teach Out1 Select Teach Out2 GND/T1 > 2 s GND/T1 > 8 s LED 1x slow 1 Hz Start teaching Out1 LED 2x slow 1 Hz Start teaching Out2 LED GN YE flashes alternating GND/T1 > 2 s LED 1x slow 1 Hz Switching point: measure and save OK Fail GND/T1 > 8 s LED 2x slow 1 Hz Window function: measure and save SP1 Start choice window / hysteresis Fail GND/T1 > 2 s LED 1x slow 2 Hz Window function: measure and save SP2 OK Fail GND/T1 > 8 s UB / T2 > 2 s LED 1x fast 8 Hz Select: window / hysteresis LED 1x fast 8 Hz Cancel Window Hysteresis Fail Canceled GND/T1 > 14 s UB / T2 > 2 s LED 3x slow 1 Hz Invert logic LED 1x fast 8 Hz Cancel NC NO Canceled Retro-reflective sensor UB / T2 > 20 s LED 1x slow 1 Hz Out2: inverted Out1 OK Fail Start factory reset GND/T1 > 14 s LEDs slow 2 Hz Start factory reset GND/T1 > 2 s LED 1x fast 8 Hz Reset OK Reset UB / T2 > 2 s LED 1x fast 8 Hz Cancel Canceled Fig. 24: RU -2UN and RU -2UP Overview of the teach-in process 22 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

23 9.1 RU200-CK40 Setting via Teach Adapter Selecting the Output Select switching output 1: Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 2 7 s. Select output 2: Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 8 13 s. Setting the Switch Point Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Select the switching output. Position the object for the switch point. Save the switch point: Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 2 7 s. The individual switch point has been taught successfully if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Window Function Setting the Switching Range Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Position the object for switch point 1. Select the switching output. Save switch point 1: Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 8 13 s. Position the object for switch point 2. Save switch point 2: Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 2 7 s. The switch points have been successfully taught if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Window Function Switching between Hysteresis and Window Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Position the object at any point in the sensing range. Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 8 13 s. Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 8 13 s. The individual switch point has been taught successfully if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. The hysteresis function has been taught successfully if the yellow LED flashes for at a frequency of. Inverting the Output Function (NO/NC) Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Select the switching output. Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for s. The output function has been successfully inverted as an NO contact if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. The output function has been successfully inverted as an NC contact if the yellow LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Operation as a Retro-reflective Sensor Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Position the reflector in the sensing range. Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to U B for at least 21 s. The sensor is set successfully as a retro-reflective sensor if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. 2017/08 23

24 Setting Reset to Factory Settings Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Starting the reset to factory settings: Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for s. Confirming the reset to factory settings: Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to GND for 2 7 s. The device has been successfully reset to the factory settings if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Current Output NOTE If output 2 is set as a current output, the closer teach point corresponds to limit value 1 (4 ma) and the teach point further away to limit value 2 (20 ma). Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to U B for 2 7 s. Set limit values for the window function. Output 2 is set successfully as a current output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Voltage Output NOTE If output 2 is set as a voltage output, the closer teach point corresponds to limit value 1 (0 V) and the teach point further away to limit value 2 (10 V). Connect the TX1-Q20L60 teach adapter between the sensor and the connection cable. Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to U B for 8 13 s. Set limit values for the window function. Output 2 is set successfully as a voltage output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Switching Output Press and hold down the pushbutton on the adapter to U B for s. Output 2 is set successfully as a switching output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. 24 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

25 9.2 RU200-CK40 Setting by Manual Bridging (Shorting) Selecting the Output Select switching output 1: Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 2 7 s. Select output 2: Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 8 13 s. Setting the Switch Point Select the switching output. Position the object for the switch point. Save the switch point: Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 2 7 s. The individual switch point has been taught successfully if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Window Function Setting the Switching Range Position the object for switch point 1. Select the switching output. Save switch point 1: Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 8 13 s. Position the object for switch point 2. Save switch point 2: Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 2 7 s. The switch points have been successfully taught if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Window Function Switching between Hysteresis and Window Position the object at any point in the sensing range. Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 8 13 s. Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 8 13 s. The individual switch point has been taught successfully if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. The hysteresis function has been taught successfully if the yellow LED flashes for at a frequency of. Inverting the Output Function (NO/NC) Select the switching output. Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for s. The output function has been successfully inverted as an NO contact if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. The output function has been successfully inverted as an NC contact if the yellow LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Operation as a Retro-reflective Sensor Position the reflector in the sensing range. Bridge Pin 1 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for at least 21 s. The sensor is set successfully as a retro-reflective sensor if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. 2017/08 25

26 Setting Reset to Factory Settings Starting the reset to factory settings: Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for s. Confirming the reset to factory settings: Bridge Pin 3 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 2 7 s. The device has been successfully reset to the factory settings if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Current Output NOTE If output 2 is set as a current output, the closer teach point corresponds to limit value 1 (4 ma) and the teach point further away to limit value 2 (20 ma). Bridge Pin 1 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 2 7 s. Set limit values for the window function. Output 2 is set successfully as a current output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Voltage Output NOTE If output 2 is set as a voltage output, the closer teach point corresponds to limit value 1 (0 V) and the teach point further away to limit value 2 (10 V). Bridge Pin 1 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for 8 13 s. Set limit values for the window function. Output 2 is set successfully as a voltage output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Switching Output Bridge Pin 1 (BU) with Pin 5 (GY) for s. Output 2 is set successfully as a switching output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. 26 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

27 9.3 RU200-CK40 and RU200-CP40 Setting via Pushbuttons Selecting the Output NOTE The devices with a teach button are ready for teaching up to 300 s after the power supply is switched on. The teach button is then automatically locked. A new teach operation is only possible after the power supply has been reset. Select switching output 1: Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for 2 7 s. Select output 2: Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for 8 13 s. Setting the Switch Point Select the switching output. Position the object for the switch point. Save the switch point: Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for 2 7 s. The individual switch point has been taught successfully if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Window Function Setting the Switching Range Position the object for switch point 1. Select the switching output. Position the object for switch point 2. Save switch point 1: Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for 8 13 s. Save switch point 2: Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for 2 7 s. The switch points have been successfully taught if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Window Function Switching between Hysteresis and Window Position the object at any point in the sensing range. Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for 8 13 s. Press and hold down pushbutton 1 once more for 8 13s. The individual switch point has been taught successfully if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. The hysteresis function has been taught successfully if the yellow LED flashes for at a frequency of. Inverting the Output Function (NO/NC) Select the switching output. Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for s. The output function has been successfully inverted as an NO contact if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. The output function has been successfully inverted as an NC contact if the yellow LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Operation as a Retro-reflective Sensor Position the reflector in the sensing range. Press and hold down pushbutton 2 for at least 21 s. The sensor is set successfully as a retro-reflective sensor if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. 2017/08 27

28 Troubleshooting Reset to Factory Settings Starting the reset to factory settings: Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for s. Confirming the reset to factory settings: Press and hold down pushbutton 1 for 2 7 s. The device has been successfully reset to the factory settings if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Current Output NOTE If output 2 is set as a current output, the closer teach point corresponds to limit value 1 (4 ma) and the teach point further away to limit value 2 (20 ma). Press and hold down pushbutton 2 for 2 7 s. Set limit values for the window function. Output 2 is set successfully as a current output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency of. Setting Output 2 as a Voltage Output of. 10 Troubleshooting NOTE If output 2 is set as a voltage output, the closer teach point corresponds to limit value 1 (0 V) and the teach point further away to limit value 2 (10 V). Press and hold down pushbutton 2 for 8 13 s. Set limit values for the window function. Output 2 is set successfully as a voltage output if the green LED flashes for at a frequency If the device does not function as expected, first check whether ambient interference is present. If there is no ambient interference present, check the connections of the device for faults. If there are no faults, there is a device malfunction. In this case, decommission the device and replace it with a new device of the same type. 28 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

29 11 Maintenance The devices are maintenance-free. To improve operation, wipe off dust and dirt from the face of the sonic transducer with a damp cloth. The proper condition of connections and cables must be checked regularly. 12 Repair 12.1 Returning Devices The device must not be repaired by the user. The device must be decommissioned if it is faulty. Observe our return acceptance conditions when returning the device to Turck. If a device has to be returned, bear in mind that only devices with a decontamination declaration will be accepted. This is available for download at and must be completely filled in, and affixed securely and weather-proof to the outside of the packaging. 13 Disposal The devices must be disposed of correctly and must not be included in normal household garbage. 2017/08 29

30 Technical Data 14 Technical Data Technical data Blind zone S min Operating range Resolution RU200-5 cm 200 cm 1 mm Minimum size switching range Measuring range 2 mm 200 mm Operating voltage VDC Rated operational current 150 ma No-load current 50 ma Operating temperature C Switching hysteresis 20 mm Switching frequency 3 Hz Approvals CE, culus UL conditions: T a C, use the same power supply for all circuits. 30 Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG T F

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