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Safety detection solutions

Setting-up,
dimensions,
schemes

Guard switches with lever or spindle operator

Plastic, double insulated, turret head,


types XCSPL, XCSTL, XCSPR and XCSTR
1 or 2 cable entries

Setting-up

Operator displacement

XCS PLp9p, PLp7p,


PLp6p

Functional diagrams

XCS PL59p, PL57p,


PL56p

XCS TLp9p, TLp7p,


TLp6p

XCS TLp8p, TLp5p

XCS PRp5p

XCS TRp5p

XCS PL58p, PL55p

XCS TL56p

XCS TL58p, TL55p

XCS PR55p

XCS TR55p

5
0

-5+5
0 +90

-90

180

21-22
13-14

21-22
13-14

XCS PL79p, PL77p,


PL76p

5
0

-90

-5 +5
0 +90

XCS PL98p
5
0

5
0

+270
-270

XCS TR85p

+5+5
-5
0 +270

-270

21-22
13-14
33-34

-5+5
0 +270
11-12
21-22
31-32

10

12.5

117

(3)

13.5

(2)
13.2

20/22

30

(1) 1 entry tapped for n 11 cable gland


(2) 1 entry tapped for 1/2" NPT conduit
: 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres,
2holes 4.3 on 20 centres
L = 30 (XCS PRp5p) or 80 (XCS PRp6p)

(1)

12.5
30

14

K1
K2

(2)
K2

30

20/22
40.3
52

(1) 2 entries tapped ISO M16 x 1.5


or tapped for n 11 (Pg 11) cable gland
(2) 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres,
2holes 4.3 on 20 centres
(3) 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 13.3
L = 30 (XCS TRp5p) or 80 (XCS TRp6p)

K1
13

8.5
13
22

F1

14

3.2

28

32.1

28

41.75

M4

20/22

30

13

21

32.1
96.25

Example with 3-pole NC + NO + NO contact


with mixed redundancy of the contacts and
theassociated control relays

8.5
13
22

PL=d, category 3 conforming to


EN/ISO13849-1

5
M4

XCS TRppp

3.2

33

XCS PRppp

(1) 2 entries tapped for n 11 cable gland


(2) 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres,
2holes 4.3 on 20 centres
(3) 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 13.3

34

(1) 1 entry tapped ISO M16 x 1.5 or Pg 11


(2) 1 entry tapped for 1/2" NPT conduit
: 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres,
2holes 4.3 on 20 centres

30

21

20/22

20/22
40.3
52

12.5

22

13.2
30

Example with cable short-circuit protection fuse

(2)

F1

30

(2)

PL=b, category 1 conforming to


EN/ISO13849-1

22

(1)

(3)

Schemes

33

70
28

30

12.5
108.35

23.35
13.5

30

10

43
72.5

5.3

+5 -5
0 +270
21-22
31-32
13-14

2.5

33

70
28
87.5
20/22

-270

16

2.5

43
72.5

5.3

(1)

30

21-22
31-32
13-14

XCS PR85p

11-12
21-22
31-32

27.4

2.5
2.5

(2)

-5+5
0 +90

XCS TLppp
16

23.35

-90

+5 -5
0 +270

XCS PR95p

27.4

(1)

-270

10

11-12
21-22
31-32

XCS PLppp

(2)

+5 -5
0 +270
11-12
21-22

XCS TL88p, TL85p

180

11-12
21-22
31-32

Dimensions

XCS TR75p

10

XCS TL87p, TL86p

90

10

21-22
31-32
13-14

10

Contact operation
G closed
H open

21-22
13-14
33-34

XCS PR75p
-270

+5+5
-5
0 +270

21-22
13-14

10

21-22
31-32
13-14

+270
-270

10

XCS TL78p, TL75p

180

11-12
21-22

11-12
21-22

-5+5
0 +270

-270

21-22
13-14
33-34

XCS TL79p, TL77p,


TL76p

-5+5
0 +90

-90

-5+5
0 +90

10

XCS PL78p, PL75p

180

-90

21-22
13-14
33-34

10

10

5
0

180

41.75

5
0

XCS PLp8p, PLp5p

K1
K1

K2

K2

KM1
I

KM2

KM1
H1

KM2

To activate K1, the lever or spindle must be rotated


when the supply is switched on.
H1: lever or spindle displaced from initial position
indicator. When used in conjunction with an XPS
module and another safety switch, the rotary lever
or spindle operator guard switch can provide locking
protection to PL=d, category 3 or PL=e, category 4
conforming to EN/ISO13849-1.

1/199

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Safety detection solutions

Presentation,
characteristics

Guard switches, actuator operated

Metal, turret head, types XCSA, XCSand XCSC


Plastic, double insulated, turret head,
types XCSMP or XCSPA and XCSTA

Metal, types XCS A, XCS B,


XCS C

Guard switches with or without locking of the actuator

2
3

Page 1/202

Plastic, types XCS MP, XCS PA


XCS TA

Guard switches with or without locking of the actuator

4
5
Pages 1/206 and1/210

6
7
8
9

Environment characteristics
Guard switch type
Conformity to standards
Product certifications
Maximum safety level (1)
Reliability data B10d
Protective treatment
Ambient air temperature
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Electric shock protection
Degree of protection
Cable entry

Connecting cable
Materials

10

1/200

Products
Machine assemblies

For operation
For storage

XCS A, XCS B, XCS C


XCS MP, XCS PA, XCS TA
(metal)
(plastic)
EN/IEC 60947-5-1, UL 508, CSA C22-2 n 14
EN/IEC 60204-1, EN/ISO14119
UL, CSA
UL, CSA (cULus for XCS MP)
PL=e, Category 4 conforming to EN/ISO 13849-1 and SIL 3 conforming to EN/IEC 61508
5 000 000 (data value for a service life of 10 years can be limited by contact and mechanical wear)
Standard version: TC
- 25+ 70C
- 40+ 70C (- 25+ 80C for XCS MP)
5 gn (10500 Hz) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-6 (6 gn (1055 Hz) for XCS MP)
10 gn (duration 11 ms) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-27 (50 gn (duration 11 ms) for XCS MP)
Class 1 conforming to EN/IEC 60536
Class 2 conforming to EN/IEC 60536
IP 67 conforming to EN/IEC 60529 and EN/IEC 60947-5-1 (2)
1 entry tapped ISO M20 x 1.5 (clamping
1 entry (XCS PA) or 2 entries (XCS TA) tapped
capacity 7 to 13 mm) or tapped for n 13
for ISO M16 x 1.5 cable gland (clamping
(Pg13.5) cable gland conforming to
capacity 4.5 to 10mm) or for n 11 (Pg 11)
NFC 68-300 (clamping capacity 9 to 12 mm)
cable gland, or tapped 1/2"NPT, or for 1/2"
or for 1/2" NPT (USAS B2-1) conduit
NPT (USASB2-1) conduit using metal adaptor
DE9RA1012) for XCS TA (other entry fitted
with blanking plug).

Pre-cabled, either 4 x 0.5 mm2 or 6 x 0.5 mm2


(XCS MP)
XCS A/B/C
XCS MP/PA/TA
Zamak case
Polyamide PA66 fibreglass impregnated case
Actuators (all types): steel XC60, surface treated
(1) Using an appropriate and correctly connected control system.
(2) Live parts of these switches are protected against the penetration of dust and water.
However, when installing take all necessary precautions to prevent the penetration of solid
bodies, or liquids with a high dust content, into the actuator aperture. Not recommended for
use in saline atmospheres.

Safety detection solutions

Characteristics (continued)

Guard switches, actuator operated

Metal, turret head, types XCSA, XCSand XCSC


Plastic, double insulated, turret head,
types XCSMP or XCSPA and XCSTA
Contact block characteristics
Rated operational
characteristics

XCS A, XCS B, XCS C, XCS TA, XCS PA: a AC-15, A300: Ue = 240 V, Ie = 3 A or
Ue = 120 V, Ie = 6 A

2 and 3 contact, slowbreak

XCS MP: a AC-15, C300: Ue = 240 V, Ie = 0.75 A or Ue = 120 V, Ie = 1.5 A


All models: c DC-13, Q300: Ue = 250 V, Ie = 0.27 A or Ue = 125 V, Ie = 0.55 A
conforming to EN/IEC60947-5-1
XCS PA: a AC-15, A300: Ue = 240 V, Ie = 3 A; Ithe = 10 A
c DC-13, Q300: Ue = 250 V, Ie = 0.27 A or Ue = 125 V, Ie = 0.55 A conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1

2 contact, snap action

XCS PA: a AC-15, B300: Ue = 240 V, Ie = 1.5 A; Ithe = 6 A


c DC-13, R300: Ue = 250 V, Ie = 0.1 A or Ue = 125 V, Ie = 0.55 A conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1
XCS A, XCS B, XCS C, XCS PA (2 & 3 slow break contact and 2 snap action contact versions)
XCS PA (3 snap action contact version): Ithe = 6A
XCS MP: Ithe = 2.5 A

3 contact, snap action


Conventional thermal current in enclosure

Rated insulation voltage

3 contact (XCS A, XCS B, XCS C, XCS TA), 2 contact (XCS PA),


2 and 3 contact (XCS MP):
Ui = 500 V conforming to EN/IEC 60947-1; Ui = 300 V conforming to UL 508, CSA C22-2 n14
XCS PA:
Ui = 400 V degree of pollution 3 conforming to EN/IEC 60947-1
Ui = 300 V conforming to UL 508, CSA C22-2 n14
3 contact (XCS A, XCS B, XCS C, XCS TA), 2 contact (XCS PA),
2 and 3 contact (XCS MP): Uimp = 6 kV conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1
XCS PA:
Uimp = 4 kV conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-4
NC contacts with positive opening operation conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1, Section 3
y 30 mW conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-4
3 contact (XCS A, XCS B, XCS C, XCS TA), 2 contact (XCS PA),
2 and 3 contact (XCS MP): 10A cartridge fuse type gG (gl)
XCS PA:
6 A cartridge fuse type gG (gl)
4 x 0.5 mm2 or 6 x 0.5 mm2 (XCS MP). PVC

2 and 3 contact
3 contact

Rated impulse withstand


voltage

2 and 3 contact
3 contact

Positive operation
Resistance across terminals
Short-circuit protection

2 and 3 contact
3 contact

Connection

Pre-cabled

XCS PA, XCS TA:


Clamping capacity, min: 1 x 0.34 mm2, max: 2 x 1.5 mm2
3 contact (XCS A, XCS B, XCS C, XCS TA), 2 contact (XCS PA):
Clamping capacity, min: 1 x 0.5 mm2, max: 2 x 1.5 mm2 with or without cable end
XCS PA: clamping capacity, min: 1 x 0.34 mm2, max: 1 x 1 mm2 or 2 x 0.75 mm2

Screw clamp 2 contact, snap action


terminals
2 and 3 contact
3 contact

1
2
3
4
5

Electrical durability
Only applicable to XCS MP: Conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1 Appendix C.
Utilisation categories AC-15 and DC-13.
Maximum operating rate: 900 operating cycles/hour.

Conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1 Appendix C.


Utilisation categories AC-15 and DC-13.
Maximum operating rate: 3600 operating cycles/hour.
Load factor: 0.5

3 contact version XCSA/B/C/TA


and 2 slow break contact version
Millions of operating cycles

AC supply
50/60 Hz a
o inductive circuit

Millions of operating cycles

2 snap action contact version


Ithe

110 V

0.5

24 V

230/400 V
48 V
0.1
0.5

3 4 5

5
4
3

12/24/48 V

110 V

1
0.5
0.2
0.1
0.5

10

Ithe
230 V

Current in A

3 4 5

10

Current in A

DC supply c
Voltage
V
24
48
120
Voltage
V
24
48
120
Power broken in W for
o
o
W
10
7
4
W
13
9
7
5million operating cycles. For XE2SPp151 on a or c, NC and NO contacts simultaneously loaded to the values shown with reverse polarity.
3 slow break contact version XCSPA

Ithe

Millions of operating cycles

Millions of operating cycles

3 snap action contact version XCSPA


AC supply
50/60 Hz a
o inductive circuit

1
0.5

110 V
230/400 V

24 V
48 V

0.1

0.5

3 4 5

230 V
1

0.2

3 4 5

10

10

Current in A

Current in A

DC supply c
Voltage
Power broken in W for
o
5million operating cycles.

12/24/48 V
110 V

0.5

0.1
0.5

10

Ithe

5
4
3

24

48

120

Voltage
o

24

48

120

1/201

Safety detection solutions

References,
characteristics

Guard switches, actuator operated

Metal, turret head (1), types XCSA, XCSB and XCSC


1cableentry

Type of switch

Without locking of actuator

With locking of actuator, manual unlocking (2)

Without

Without

1
2
LED indication on opening of NC
contacts

33
34
31

13

13

14

21

14
31
32

22
21
22

32

3-pole
NC + NC + NC
slow break (3)

21

3-pole
NC + NC + NO
(NO staggered)
slowbreak (3)

11

3-pole
NC + NO + NO
(2NOstaggered)
slowbreak (3)

22

1 orange
LED
110/
240 V a

1 orange
LED
24/
48 V z

1 orange
LED
110/
240 V a

Without

1 orange
LED
24/48 V z

1 orange
LED
110/
240 V a

References of switches without actuator ( NC contact with positive opening operation)


with 1 cable entry tapped ISO M20 x 1.5

12

1 orange
LED
24/48 V z

Weight (kg)

XCSA502

XCS A512

XCSA522

XCSB502

XCSB512

XCSB522

XCSC502

XCSC512

XCSC522

XCSA702

XCSA712

XCSA722

XCSB702

XCSB712

XCSB722

XCSC702

XCSC712

XCSC722

XCSA802

XCSB802

XCSC802

0.440

0.440

0.440

0.475

0.475

0.475

0.480

0.480

0.480

References of switches without actuator ( NC contact with positive opening operation)


with 1 cable entry tapped Pg 13.5
To order a switch with a Pg 13.5 cable entry, replace the last number (2) by 1 in the selected reference.
Example: XCS A502 becomes XCS A501.

References of switches without actuator ( NC contact with positive opening operation)


with 1 cable entry tapped 1/2" NPT
To order a switch with a 1/2" NPT cable entry, replace the last number (2) by 3 in the selected reference.
Example: XCS A502 becomes XCS A503.

Complementary characteristics not shown under general characteristics (page 1/200)

Actuation speed

Maximum: 0.5 m/s, minimum: 0.01 m/s

Resistance to forcible withdrawal


ofactuator

XCSB and XCSC: 1500 N

Mechanical durability

XCSA: > 1 million operating cycles


XCS B and XCS C: 0.6 million operating cycles

Maximum operating rate

For maximum durability: 600 operating cycles per hour

Minimum force for extraction of actuator u 20 N

Cable entry

XCSA, XCSB, XCSC: 1 cable entry


Entry tapped ISO M20 x 1.5, clamping capacity 7 to 13 mm

Materials

Body: zamak. Head: zamak. Safety screws: 5-lobe torque. Protective plate: steel.

References of actuators

9
10

Description

Straight actuator

Actuator with wide fixing

Pivoting actuator

Latch for sliding doors

For guard switches XCS A, B, C, E

XCSZ01

XCSZ02

XCSZ03

XCSZ05

Weight (kg)

0.020

0.020

0.095

0.600

(1) Head adjustable in 90 steps throughout 360. Blanking plug for operating head slot included with switch.
(2) Unlocking by pushbutton for XCS Bppp and by key operated lock for XCS Cppp (2 keys included with switch).
(3) Schematic diagrams shown represent the contact states whilst the actuator is inserted in the head of the switch.

Other versions: please consult our Customer Care Centre.


Dimensions:
page 1/203

1/202

Schemes:
page 1/205

Safety detection solutions

References,
dimensions

Guard switches, actuator operated

Metal, turret head, types XCSA, XCSB and XCSC


1cableentry

Separate components
Description

For use
with
XCSA
XCSB
XCSC

809847

1 orange LED
indicator module
withcover, seal and
2fixing screws

Description

809850

XCSZ3p

Supply
voltage
a or 24/48 V c

Reference
XCSZ31

Weight
kg
0.040

110/240 V a

XCSZ32

0.040

For use with

Unit reference

Blanking plugs for


operating head slot
(Sold in lots of 10)

XCSA,
XCSB,
XCSC

XCSZ27

Weight
kg
0.050

Keys for interlock


forced opening
device
(Sold in lots of 10)

XCSB,
XCSC

XCSZ25

0.100

Padlocking device
XCSA,
toprevent insertion of XCSB,
actuator,
XCSC
for up to 3 padlocks
(padlocks not included)

XCSZ90

0.055

1
2
3
4

XCSZ90

Dimensions

Guard switches

XCSAppp

XCSBppp, XCSCppp

37

33

16
44

(1) 1 tapped entry for cable gland


: 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 7.3

113.5

28.5

43.5

5.3

60

60
(1)

33

38

5.3

113.5

38

52

33

43.5

33

30
40

(1)

16
44

8
=

30

40

(1) 1 tapped entry for cable gland


: 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 7.3

10

1/203

Safety detection solutions

Dimensions (continued)

Guard switches, actuator operated

Metal, turret head, types XCSA, XCSB and XCSC


1cableentry

Actuators
XCSZ02

35

55.5

11

81.5

2.5

Adaptor shank (1)

2.5

XCSZ01

20

51

25

14

35

33

20 11

33

==

==
15

25

==

7.5

2.5

(1) Adaptor (included with actuator XCSZ01) for replacing, without drilling
additional fixing hole, a guard switch XCKJ with actuator ZCKY07 by
a guard switch XCSA, B, C or E with actuator XCSZ01.
: 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 10
XCSZ03

: 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 10


XCSZ05

7
26
42

115

64

40

11

30

11

30

48

41

2.5

76

23

18

17

Fixing axis % related to actuator.

: 4 elongated holes 5.3 x 7.3


XCSZ02

R
20

20

00

00

XCSZ03

16.5
R

79
79
R = minimum radius
References:
page 1/202

1/204

40

50

=1

22

Schemes:
page 1/205

R
20

20

00

58
58

55

00

85

85

10

20

Operating radius required for actuator


XCSZ01

100

4xM5
20

20

140

33

11

32

5.3
2.5

40

25
30

25

12.5

Safety detection solutions

Setting-up,
schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated

Metal, turret head, types XCSA, XCSB and XCSC


1cableentry

Setting-up

Functional diagrams
XCSp5ppp

XCSp7ppp

XCSp8ppp

Contact operation
G Closed
H Open

31
25
23

31

31
25
23

21-22

23

21-22

22.5
21

11-12

31-32

21-22

22
21.5

13-14
33-34

G Unstable

25

31-32

13-14

Schemes Note: These schemes are given as examples only, the designer must refer to the relevant safety standards for guidance.

Wiring to PL=b, category 1 conforming to


EN/SO13849-1

Wiring to PL=d, category 3 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1

Example with 3-pole NC + NO + NO contact and protection


fuse to prevent shunting of the NC contact, either by cable
damage or by tampering.

Example with 3-pole NC + NO + NO contact with mixed redundancy of the contacts and the
associated control relays. To activate K1, it is necessary to remove and re-insert the actuator
when the supply is switched on.

F1

F1

O
K1

33

21

K2

I
K2

KM1

34

22

14

34

14

22

13

33

13

21

K1

(1)

KM2

KM1

X
K1

K2

KM2

K1

K2

H1

H1: actuator not inserted indicator

(1) Signalling contact

Wiring to PL=e, category 4 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1 and SIL 3 conforming to EN/IEC 61508. Wiring method used in conjunction
with Preventa safety module (The guard switch should be used in conjunction with a safety limit switch to give electrical/mechanical redundancy).

Method for machines with quick rundown time (low inertia)


Locking device based on the principle of redundancy and self-monitoring.
The safety modules ensure these functions.

8
9
XPS

Locking of actuator and operation in positive mode associated


with a safety module.

References:
page 1/202

10

Dimensions:
page 1/203

1/205

Safety detection solutions

References,
characteristics

Guard switches, actuator operated

Plastic, fixed head, type XCSMP


Pre-cabled, length 2 m, 5 m or 10 m

Type of switch

Without locking of actuator

1
2

OG
OG/WH

OG

OG
BN
BN/WH

OG OG/WH

OG/WH

BU
BU/WH

BU
BU/WH
BU

OG/WH

BU/WH

3-pole NC + NC+ NC
slow break (2)

BN

3-pole NC + NC + NO
(NO staggered) slow break (2)

XCSMP79Lp

BU

2-pole NC + NC
slowbreak (2)

NC contact with positive opening operation) (1)


XCSMP59Lp

BN/WH

References of switches without actuator (


2-pole NC + NO
break before make, slow break (2)

BU/WH

XCSMP70Lp

XCSMP80Lp

Weight (kg)

0.110

Actuation speed
Resistance to forcible withdrawal of actuator
Mechanical durability
Pre-cabled connection
Maximum operating rate
Minimum force for extraction of actuator

Maximum: 1.5 m/s, minimum: 0.05 m/s


8N
> 1 million operating cycles
4 x 0.5 mm2 or 6 x 0.5 mm2
For maximum durability: 1200 operating cycles per hour
u8N

Complementary characteristics not shown under general characteristics (page 1/200)

References of actuators

Description

Straight actuator

Right-angled
actuator

Pivoting actuator
For right-hand door

For left-hand door

8
9
10

For guard switches XCSMP


Weight (kg)

Separate components

Description

XCSZ81
0.015
Unit reference

XCSZ84
0.025

XCSZ83
0.085

XCSZ85
0.085
Weight
kg
0.005

Blanking plugs for operating head slot


XCS Z29
(Sold in lots of 10)
(1) Blanking plug for operating head slot included with switch (3). Basic reference, to be completed: replace the dot by 2 for a 2 m long cable, by 5 for a 5m long
cable or by 10 for a 10m long cable. Example: XCSMP59Lp becomes XCSMP59L10 for a switch with a 10m long cable.
(2) Schematic diagrams shown represent the contact states whilst the actuator is inserted in the head of the switch.

Dimensions:
page 1/207

1/206

Schemes:
page 1/209

Safety detection solutions

Dimensions

Guard switches, actuator operated


Plastic, fixed head, type XCSMP
Pre-cabled, length 2 m, 5 m or 10 m

Dimensions

XCSMP

XCSZ81

14

13.5

14

20

8.4

15

28.2

35.9

30

3.5

62

5.6

78

35

4.4

2x4.3

2x9

58

XCSZ84
5

14

(1)

11.6

3.5

14
34

4.3

8.4

33.8

5
3.5

XCSZ83

34

25

(1) 7.6, length 2, 5 or 10 m.

(1)

15

28.2
8.4

13

7
(1) 2 elongated holes 4.2 x 6.

XCSZ85

34

25

3.5

(1)
13

28.2
8.4

15

(1) 2 elongated holes 4.2 x 6.

10

Characteristics:
page 1/200

1/207

Safety detection solutions

Setting-up,
schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated

Plastic, fixed head, type XCSMP


Pre-cabled, length 2 m, 5 m or 10 m

Operating radius required for actuator

XCSZ81

XCSZ84

230
mm

m
m

m
0m

16

93

m
0m
16

R=

R=

2
66.8

36.4

36.4

XCSZ83

XCSZ85

50

50

43.8
=
R

Functional diagrams

XCSMP59p

XCSMP79p

5.5
5.2
BU-BU/WH
OG-OG/WH

Contact operation

9
10

1/208

XCSMP70p

XCSMP80p

28.2

28.2

7
8

50

43.8

43.8

43.8

50

66.8

28.2
5.2
BU-BU/WH
OG-OG/WH

closed
open

28.2

5.5
5.2
BU-BU/WH
BN-BN/WH
OG-OG/WH

5.2
BU-BU/WH
BN-BN/WH
OG-OG/WH

Safety detection solutions

Schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated


Plastic, fixed head, type XCSMP
Pre-cabled, length 2 m, 5 m or 10 m

Schemes Note: These schemes are given as examples only, the designer must refer to the relevant safety standards for guidance.

Wiring to PL=b, category 1 conforming to


EN/SO13849-1

Wiring to PL=d, category 3 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1

Example with 3-pole NC + NC + NO contact and protection


fuse to prevent shunting of the NC contact, either by cable
damage or by tampering.

Example with 2-pole NC + NO contact with mixed redundancy of the contacts and the
associated control relays.
To activate K1, it is necessary to remove and re-insert the actuator when the supply is switched on.

F1

F1

BU

K2
BU/WH

OG
OG/WH

OG

BN
BN/WH

K1

OG/WH

BU
BU/WH

K1

KM1
I

O
K2
K1

(1)

KM2

KM1
K1

K2
KM2

K1

K1

K2

(1) Signalling contact

Wiring to PL=e, category 4 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1 and SIL 3 conforming to EN/IEC 61508. Wiring method used in conjunction
with Preventa safety module (The guard switch should be used in conjunction with a safety limit switch to give electrical/mechanical redundancy).

Method for machines with quick rundown time (low inertia)


Locking or interlocking device based on the principle of redundancy and self-monitoring.
The safety modules ensure these functions.

6
7

XCS MP

XCS M

8
XPS
Locking of actuator and operation in positive mode associated with a safety module

9
10

1/209

Safety detection solutions

References

Guard switches, actuator operated

Plastic, turret head (1), types XCSPA and XCSTA


1 or 2 cable entries

Type of switch

Without locking of actuator

13

21
13
14

21
22

22

13
14
21

21

22
11

22
33
33
13
13
14

14

34

34

21

12
11

22
13

12
21

14
13

22
21

14
31

22
21

31

3-pole NC + NC + NC (2)
slowbreak

32

3-pole NC + NC + NO (2)
snapaction

32

3-pole NC + NC + NO (2)
(NO staggered) slowbreak

22

31

3-pole NC + NO + NO (2)
snapaction

21

3-pole NC + NO + NO (2)
(2NOstaggered) slowbreak

Weight (kg)

References of switches without actuator (

7
8

XCSPA692

XCSPA792

XCSPA292

32

2-pole NC + NC (2)
snapaction

22

2-pole NC + NC (2)
slowbreak

21

2-pole NO + NC (2)
make before break,
slowbreak

XCSPA192

11

NC contact with positive opening operation) with 1 or 2 cable entries tapped ISO M16 x 1.5
XCSPA592

12

2-pole NC + NO (2)
snap action

14

References of switches without actuator (


2-pole NC + NO (2)
break before make,
slow break

22

XCSPA892

XCSTA592

XCSPA392

XCSPA992

XCSTA792

XCSPA492

XCSTA892

0.110

0.160

NC contact with positive opening operation) with 1 or 2 cable entries tapped Pg 11 or 1/2" NPT

To order a switch with 1 or 2 cable entries for n 11 (Pg 11) cable gland (clamping capacity 7 to 10 mm), replace the last number (2) by 1 in the selected reference.
Example: XCS PA592 becomes XCS PA591.
To order a switch with 1 or 2 cable entries for 1/2" NPT conduit (one n 11 tapped entry fitted with metal adaptor DE9 RA1012), replace the last number (2) by 3 in
the selected reference. Example: XCA TA592 becomes XCS TA593.

Complementary characteristics not shown under general characteristics (page 1/200)


Actuation speed

Maximum: 0.5 m/s, minimum: 0.01 m/s

Resistance to forcible withdrawal of actuator

XCSPA, XCSTA: 10 N (50 N using actuators XCSZ12 or XCSZ13 together with guard
retaining device XCSZ21)

Mechanical durability

XCSPA, XCSTA: > 1 million operating cycles

Maximum operating rate

For maximum durability: 600 operating cycles per hour

Minimum force for positive opening

u 15 N

Cable entry

XCSPA: 1 entry tapped M16 x 1.5 for ISO cable gland.


XCSTA: 2 entries tapped M16 x 1.5 for ISO cable gland.

Materials

Body and head: polyamide PA66, fibreglass impregnated

XCSZ91

10

DF523736

809927

References of accessories

XCSZ200

For use with

Unit reference

Blanking plugs for operating head slot


(Sold in lots of 10)

XCSPA, XCSTA

XCSZ28

Weight
kg
0.050

Padlocking device to prevent insertion


of actuator, for up to 3 padlocks
(padlocks not included)

XCSPA, XCSTA

XCSZ91

0.053

Actuator centring device (3)


(Fixing screws included)

XCSPA, XCSTA

XCSZ200

0.022

Description

(1) Head adjustable in 90 steps throughout 360. Blanking plug for operating head slot included with switch.
(2) Schematic diagrams shown represent the contact states whilst the actuator is inserted in the head of
theswitch.

Other versions: please consult our Customer Care Centre.

1/210

(3) Do not use with XCSZ91.

Safety detection solutions

References (continued),
dimensions

Guard switches, actuator operated

Plastic, turret head, types XCSPA and XCSTA


1 or 2 cable entries

References of actuators and guard retaining device

1
Description
For guard switches XCSPA, TA
Weight (kg)

Straight
actuator
XCSZ11

Actuator with wide


fixing (1)

Pivoting
actuator
XCSZ12 XCSZ15 XCSZ13

Right-angled
actuator
XCSZ14

Guard retaining
device (2)
XCSZ21

0.015

0.015

0.025

0.080

0.012

0.085

(1) 2 actuator lengths, XCS Z12: L = 40 mm, XCSZ15: L = 29 mm.


(2) Only for use with guard switches XCSPA and XCSTA (without actuator centring device XCSZ200) used in conjunction with actuators XCSZ12, XCSZ13 or
XCSZ15.

Dimensions
XCSPAp91, XCSPAp92

XCSPAp93

7
30

34

93.5

93.5

34

30

39

30

39

30

13.5

=
13.2
(1)

18

17.4

39

12.5

1/2" NPT conduit adaptor

M16 x 1.5 adaptor

DE9RA1012

DE9RA1016

21

20/22

26

12.5
30

2 x 5.5

2 x 3

114.5

34
(1)

35.35
6.4

(3)

5.5

29.85

30

30

Actuator centring device XCSZ200

17.4

20/22

(1) 1 tapped entry tapped for 1/2" NPT conduit


: 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres, 2holes 4.3 on 20 centres

6.4

(1) 1 tapped entry for cable gland


: 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres, 2holes 4.3 on
20centres
XCSTAp9p

30

29.85

20/22
30

(1)

13

24

13.2
30

5.8

(1)

40.3
52

(1) 2 tapped entries for cable gland or 1/2" NPT conduit adaptor
(2) 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres, 2holes 4.3 on
20centres
(3) 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 13.3
References:
page 1/210

(1) Tapped entry for 1/2" NPT conduit


(2) Pg 11 threaded shank

10

(1) M16 x 1.5 tapped entry


(2) Pg 11 threaded shank

Schemes:
page 1/213

1/211

Safety detection solutions

Dimensions (continued)

Guard switches, actuator operated

Plastic, turret head, types XCSPA and XCSTA


1 or 2 cable entries

Dimensions (continued)

(1) Adaptor (included with actuator XCSZ11) for replacing, without drilling
additional fixing hole, a guard switch XCKT with actuator XCKY01 by a
guard switch XCSTA with actuator XCSZ11.
a: 2 elongated holes 4.7 x 10
b: 1 elongated hole for M4 or M4.5 screw
XCSZ13

11
55

40

15

13

26

15

4.7

12

2
: 2 elongated holes 4.7 x 10
L = 40 mm (XCSZ12) or 29 mm (XCSZ15)
XCSZ14

12

13

13

12

26

55

4.7

26
=

22

27

35

15

52

42.5

42.5

12

6
==

22

13

22

37

65

XCSZ12, XCSZ15

4.7

XCSZ11

23
28.5

32
66
: 2 elongated holes 4.7 x 10

: 1 elongated hole 4.7 x 10

Operating radius required for actuator


XCSZ11

XCSZ12, XCSZ15

0
150

00
12

00
15

71

d
d = 46 mm (XCSZ12) or 35 mm (XCSZ15)
XCSZ14

XCSZ13

R=

00

150

0
15

30

12

R=

9
10

00
12

71

R=

R=

48

72

72

R = minimum radius
References:
page 1/210

1/212

Schemes:
page 1/213

48

Safety detection solutions

Setting-up, schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated

Plastic, turret head, types XCSPA and XCSTA


1 or 2 cable entries

Setting-up

Functional diagrams
XCSPA1pp

XCSPA2pp

24
19
16

24
19
16
11-12
21-22
11-12
21-22

21-22
13-14
21-22
13-14

Contact operation
G Closed
H Open

Setting-up

Functional diagrams
XCSTA8pp

XCSPA4pp

XCSPA3pp

24
19
16

24
19
16
21-22
31-32
13-14
21-22
31-32
13-14

21-22
13-14
33-34
21-22
13-14
33-34

XCSPA5pp,
XCSTE5ppp

XCSPA6pp,
XCSTE6ppp

XCSPA7pp,
XCSTE7ppp

24
18.5
17

24
17
15

24
18.5
17

17.5
16

18.5
17
13-14

24
19
17

24
19
17
11-12
21-22

21-22

21-22

XCSTA7pp,
XCS PA9pp

XCSTA5pp,
XCS PA8pp

21-22
31-32

21-22

19
16

13-14
33-34

13-14

17.5
16
13-14

G Unstable

Schemes Note: These schemes are given as examples only, the designer must refer to the relevant safety standards for guidance.

Wiring to PL=b, category 1 conforming to


EN/ISO13849-1

Wiring to PL=d, category 3 conforming to


EN/ISO13849-1

Example with 3-pole NC + NO + NO contact and protection


fuse to prevent shunting of the NC contact, either by cable
damage or by tampering.

24
17
16.5

F1

Example with 2-pole NC + NO contact with mixed redundancy of


the contacts and the associated control relays. To activate K1, it is
necessary to remove and re-insert the actuator when the supply
is switched on.

21

K2
KM1

22

33
34

(1)

O
K2

K1

13

13
14

K1

14

21

31-32

22

11-12
21-22

F1
O

Contact operation
G Closed
H Open
G Unstable

KM2

KM1
K1

K2
KM2

K1

K2

7
M

(1) Signalling contact.

Wiring to PL=e, category 4 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1 and SIL 3 conforming to EN/IEC61508


Wiring method used in conjunction with safety module
(The guard switch should be used in conjunction with a safety limit switch to give electrical/mechanical redundancy)

Method for machines with quick rundown time (low inertia)


Locking or interlocking device based on the principle of redundancy and self-monitoring.
The safety modules ensure these functions.

9
XPS

10

Locking of actuator and operation in positive mode associated with a safety module.

1/213

Safety detection solutions

Presentation,
characteristics

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Metal, type XCSE
Plastic, double insulated, type XCSTE

Metal, type XCS E

Guard switches with locking of the actuator

1
2
Page 1/216

Plastic, type XCS LE

Guard switches with locking of the actuator

4
Page 1/222

5
Environment characteristics

6
7
8

Guard switch type


Conformity to standards
Product certifications
Maximum safety level (1)
Reliability data B10d
Protective treatment
Ambient air temperature
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Electric shock protection
Degree of protection
Cable entry

Connecting cable
Materials

XCS E (metal)
Products
Machine assemblies

For operation
For storage

XCS TE (plastic)

EN/IEC 60947-5-1, UL 508, CSA C22-2 n 14


EN/IEC 60204-1, EN/ISO14119
UL, CSA
UL, CSA
PL=e, category 4 conforming to EN/ISO 13849-1 and SIL 3 conforming to EN/IEC 61508
5,000,000 (data value for a service life of 10 years can be limited by contact and mechanical wear)
Standard version: TC
- 25+ 40C
- 25+ 60C
- 40+ 70C
5 gn (10500 Hz) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-6
10 gn (duration 11 ms) conforming to EN/IEC 60068-2-27
Class I conforming to EN/IEC 60536
Class II conforming to EN/IEC 60536
IP 67 conforming to EN/IEC 60529 and EN/IEC 60947-5-1 (2)
2 entries tapped ISO M20 x 1.5 (clamping
1 entry tapped M16 x 1.5 (clamping capacity
capacity 7 to 13 mm) or tapped for n 13
4.5 to 10 mm) or tapped for n 11 (Pg 11) cable
gland conforming to NFC 68-300 (clamping
(Pg13.5) cable gland conforming to
NFC 68-300 (clamping capacity 8 to 12 mm)
capacity 7 to 10 mm) or for 1/2" NPT conduit
or for 1/2" NPT (USAS B2-1) conduit
using metal adaptor DE9RA1012 in n 11
(Pg11) tapped entry

Zamak case

4 x 0.5 mm2
Polyamide PA66 fibreglass impregnated case

Actuators (all types): steel XC60, surface treated


(1) Using an appropriate and correctly connected control system.
(2) Live parts of these switches are protected against the penetration of dust and water.
However, when installing take all necessary precautions to prevent the penetration of solid
bodies, or liquids with a high dust content, into the actuator aperture. Not recommended for
use in saline atmospheres.

10

1/214

Characteristics (continued)

Safety detection solutions

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Metal, type XCSE
Plastic, double insulated, type XCSTE

Contact block characteristics


Rated operational characteristics

2 and 3 contact,
slowbreak

XCS E, XCS TE: a AC-15, B300: Ue = 240 V, Ie = 1.5 A or Ue = 120 V, Ie = 3 A


All models: c DC-13, Q300: Ue = 250 V, Ie = 0.27 A or Ue = 125 V, Ie = 0.55 A
conforming to EN/IEC60947-5-1

Conventional thermal current in enclosure

XCS E, XCS TE 2 and 3 slow break contact versions: Ithe = 6A

Rated insulation voltage

2 and 3 contact

3 contact (XCS E), 2 contact (XCS TE):


Ui = 500 V conforming to EN/IEC 60947-1; Ui = 300 V conforming to UL 508, CSA C22-2 n14

Rated impulse withstand voltage

2 and 3 contact

3 contact (XCS E), 2 contact (XCS TE): Uimp = 6 kV conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1

Positive operation

NC contacts with positive opening operation conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1, Section 3


y 30 mW conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-4

Resistance across terminals


Short-circuit protection

2 and 3 contact

3 contact (XCS E), 2 contact (XCS TE): 10 A cartridge fuse type gG (gl)

Connection

2 and 3 contact

3 contact (XCS E), 2 contact (XCS TE):


Clamping capacity, min: 1 x 0.5 mm2, max: 2 x 1.5 mm2 with or without cable end

Screw clamp
terminals

Complementary characteristics

Actuation speed

Maximum: 0.5 m/s, minimum: 0.01 m/s

Resistance to forcible withdrawal of actuator

XCSE: 2000 N; XCSTE: 500 N

Mechanical durability

XCSE: > 1 million operating cycles


XCSTE: 1 million operating cycles

Maximum operating rate

For maximum durability: 600 operating cycles per hour

Minimum force for extraction of actuator

u 20 N

Materials

Body and head: zamak (XCSE)


Body and head: polyamide PA66, fibreglass impregnated (XCSTE)

3 contact XCSE and 2 contact XCS TE version, slow break

Electrical durability

AC supply
50/60 Hz a
o inductive circuit

Millions of operating cycles

Conforming to EN/IEC 60947-5-1 Appendix C.


Utilisation categories AC-15 and DC-13.
Maximum operating rate: 3600 operating cycles/hour.
Load factor: 0.5
5
4
3

Ithe
230 V

12/24/48 V
110 V

1
0.5

0.2
0.1
0.5

3 4 5

10

Current in A

DC supply c
Power broken in W for
5 million operating cycles.

Voltage
o

V
W

24
13

48
9

120
7

7
8
9
10

1/215

Safety detection solutions

References,
characteristics

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head (1)
Metal, type XCSE, with 2 cable entries

Type of switch

Locking on de-energisation and unlocking on energisation


of solenoid (2)

1
2
3

LED indication

Orange LED: guard open signalling.


Green LED: guard closed and locked signalling.

Supply voltage of solenoid

a or 24 V c
(50/60 Hz on a)

a or
48 V c
(50/60 Hz
on a)

a or 110/120 V c (3)
(50/60 Hz on a)

a or 220/240 V c (3)
(50/60 Hz on a)

NO + NO

NC + NO

NC + NO

NC + NO

Type of contact on solenoid


33
34
31

13

13

14

21

31
32

14

21
22

32

3-pole
NC + NC + NC
slow break (4)

21

11

3-pole
NC + NC + NO (NO staggered)
slow break (4)

22

3-pole
NC + NO + NO (2 NO staggered)
slow break (4)

12

22

References of switches without actuator (

2 NC

2 NC

2 NC

NC contact with positive opening operation) with 2 cable entries tapped ISO M20 x 1.5

Weight (kg)

XCS E5312

XCS E5322 XCS E5332

XCS E5342

XCS E7312 XCS


E73127

XCS E7342 XCS


E73427

XCS E8312 XCS


(5)
E83127
(5)

XCS E8322 XCS E8332


(5)

XCS E8342

1.140

1.140

1.140

1.140

XCS E7332 XCS


E73327

1.140

References of switches with locking on energisation and unlocking on de-energisation

6
7

To order a guard switch with locking on energisation and unlocking on de-energisation of the solenoid, replace the 2nd number (3) by 5 in the references shown
above. Example: XCS E5312 becomes XCS E5512.

References of switches with 2 cable entries tapped Pg 13.5 or 1/2" NPT


To order a switch with 2 cable entries for n13 (Pg13.5) cable gland:
replace the last number (2) by 1 in the selected reference. Example: XCS E5312 becomes XCS E5311.
- for switches with 7 at the end of the reference, replace the 2 before the 7 by 1 in the selected reference. Example: XCS E73127 becomes XCS E73117.
To order a switch with 2 cable entries for 1/2" NPT conduit:
- replace the last number (2) by 3 in the selected reference. Example: XCS E5312 becomes XCS E5313.
- for switches with 7 at the end of the reference, replace the 2 before the 7 by 3 in the selected reference. Example: XCS E73127 becomes XCS E73137.

References of actuators (see page 1/222)


Solenoid characteristics
Load factor
Rated operational voltage

Voltage limits

100%
a or c
24 V
Conforming to EN/IEC 60947-1

a or c
24 V

a or c
48 V

a or c
110/120 V

a or c
220/240 V

- 20%, + 10% of the rated operational voltage (including ripple on c)

Service life

20 000 hours

Consumption

Inrush: 10 VA. Sealed: 10 VA

LED indicator characteristics

9
10

Rated insulation voltage

50 V conforming to EN/IEC 60947-1

250 V conforming to EN/IEC 60947-1

Current consumption

7 mA

7 mA

Rated operational voltage

a or 24/48 V c

110/240 V a

Voltage limits

a or 20...52 V c (including ripple)

95...264 V a (including ripple)

Service life

100,000 hours

100 000 hours

Protection against overvoltages

Yes

Yes

(1) Head adjustable in 90 steps throughout 360. Blanking plug for operating head slot included with switch.
(2) A key operated lock (2 keys included with switch) enables forced opening of the interlocking mechanism, by authorised personnel, allowing withdrawal of the
actuator and subsequent opening of the NC safety contacts.
(3) For use on 110/120 V c or 220/240 V c, remove the LED indicator module.
(4) Schematic diagrams shown represent the contact states whilst the actuator is inserted in the head of the switch.
(5) Switches supplied with a single green LED.

Other versions: please consult our Customer Care Centre.


Dimensions:
page 1/218

1/216

Schemes:
page 1/219

References

Safety detection solutions

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Metal, type XCSE, with 2 cable entries

Separate components
For use
with
XCSE73pp

Supply voltage

Reference

a or 24/48 V c

XCSZ43

For use
with
XCSE

Key withdrawal positions


from lock

Unit reference
XCSZ27

Weight
kg
0.050

XCSE

XCSZ25

0.100

Padlocking device
XCSE
toprevent prevent
insertion of actuator,
forup to 3 padlocks
(padlocks not included)

XCSZ90

0.055

Weight
kg
0.048

1 orange LED +
1 green LED indicator
module with cover +
lock (1), seal and 4
fixing screws (2 keys
included for lock)

Weight
kg
0.175

809848

809849

Description

Description

XCSZ4p

Blanking plugs for


operating head slot
(Sold in lots of 10)

809850

Keys for interlock


forced opening
device
(Sold in lots of 10)

XCSZ90

Description

For use with

Unit reference

1/2" NPT conduit


adaptor
(Sold in lots of 5)

XCSE

DE9RA2012

M20 x 1.5 adaptor


(Sold in lots of 5)

XCSE

DE9RA13520

1
2
3

0.010

(1) Lock incorporated as standard on guard switches XCSE: key withdrawal in LOCK and
UNLOCK positions.

7
8
9
10

1/217

Safety detection solutions

Dimensions

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Metal, type XCSE, with 2 cable entries

Dimensions

Guard switches

XCSEpppp

48

7
33

12

38

3.5

43.5

33

26

(1)

95

113

146

5.3

(1)

16

88

98

44

(1)

26

(1) 1 tapped entry for cable gland.


: 2 elongated holes 5.3 x 7.3

M20 x 1.5 adaptor

24

19

1/2" NPT conduit adaptor

DE9RA13520

(1) M20 x 1.5 tapped entry


(2) Pg 13.5 threaded shank

8
9
10
References:
page 1/216

1/218

DE9RA2012
28

(1)

21.3

(2)

26

(1) Tapped entry for 1/2" NPT conduit


(2) M20 x 1.5 threaded shank

Safety detection solutions

Setting-up,
schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Metal, type XCSE, with 2 cable entries

Setting-up

Functional diagrams
XCSp5ppp

XCSp7ppp

XCSp8ppp

Contact operation
G Closed
H Open

31
25
23

31

31
25
23

21-22

23

21-22

22.5
21

11-12

31-32

21-22

22
21.5

13-14
33-34

G Unstable

25

31-32

13-14

Schemes Note: These schemes are given as examples only, the designer must refer to the relevant safety standards for guidance.

Wiring to PL=b, category 1 conforming to


EN/ISO13849-1

Wiring to PL=d, category 3 conforming to


EN/ISO13849-1

Example with 3-pole NC + NO + NO contact and protection


fuse to prevent shunting of the NC contact, either by cable
damage or by tampering.

Example with 3-pole NC + NO + NO contact with mixed redundancy of the contacts and the
associated control relays. To activate K1, it is necessary to remove and re-insert the actuator
when the supply is switched on.

F1

F1

O
K1

33

21

K2

I
K2

KM1

34

22

14

34

14

22

13

33

13

21

K1

(1)

KM2

KM1

X
K1

K2

KM2

K1

K2

H1

H1: actuator not inserted indicator

(1) Signalling contact

Wiring to PL=e, category 4 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1 and SIL 3 conforming to EN/IEC 61508. Wiring method used in conjunction
with Preventa safety module (The guard switch should be used in conjunction with a safety limit switch to give electrical/mechanical redundancy).

Method for machines with long rundown time (high inertia)

8
XPS
VNE

XPS

Interlocking device for actuator fitted on guard and zero speed detection.

10
References:
page 1/216

Dimensions:
page 1/218

1/219

Safety detection solutions

Schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Metal, type XCSE, with 2 cable entries

Locking on de-energisation, NC + NO + NO
XCSE53pp

F1

(2)

21

22

13

14

33

34

14

33

34

X2

OG GN

X3

E1

E1

X1

X1

6
7

X2

E2

43

OG GN

X3

44

51
44
43

22

13

(1)

E2

21

51

(1)

(2)

52

2
3

Locking on energisation, NC + NO + NO
XCSE55pp

F1

52

Wiring to PL=b, category 1 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1


Wiring examples with protection fuse to prevent shunting of the NC contact, either by cable damage or by tampering.

(1) Solenoid
(2) Auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
43-44: Solenoid signalling contact
13-14: Safety contact, available for redundancy
33-X1: LED (orange): actuator withdrawn
51-X1: LED (green): actuator inserted and locked
21-52: Safety pre-wiring obligatory

8
9
10
References:
page 1/216

1/220

Dimensions:
page 1/218

(1) Solenoid
(2) Auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
51-52: Solenoid signalling contact
13-14: Safety contact, available for redundancy
33-X1: LED (orange): actuator withdrawn
43-X1: LED (green): actuator inserted and locked
21-44: Safety pre-wiring obligatory

Safety detection solutions

Schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Metal, type XCSE, with 2 cable entries

Wiring to PL=d, category 3 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1


Wiring examples with redundancy for the guard switch contacts, without monitoring or redundancy in the power circuit
Locking on de-energisation, NC + NC + NO
XCSE73pp

Locking on de-energisation, NC + NC + NO
XCSE73pp7

F1

F1

F2

(1)

K1

(2)

KM2

X1

22
32
14

X3

OG GN

X2

KM2

X1
KM1

KM2

K2

O
KM1

KM1
K1

K1
K2

42 51
KM1

E2 41

X2

E1

44 51

X3

OG GN

21
31
13

(1)

K2

E1

E2 43

22
32
14

52

21
31
13

52

(2)

F2

K1

K2

KM2

M
(1) Solenoid
(2) Auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
43-44: Solenoid signalling contact
21-22 and 31-32: Safety contacts, available for redundancy
13-X1: LED (orange): actuator withdrawn
51-X1: LED (green): actuator inserted and locked
21-52: Safety pre-wiring obligatory

(1) Solenoid
(2) Auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
41-42 and 51-52: Solenoid signalling contacts
21-22 and 31-32: Safety contacts, available for redundancy
13-X1: LED (orange): actuator withdrawn
51-X1: LED (green): actuator inserted and locked
21-52 and 42-31: Safety pre-wiring obligatory

Locking on energisation, NC + NC + NO
XCS E75pp

F1

F2
21
31
13

52

(2)
(1)

K1

44 51

K2

X3

OG GN

X2

KM1
I

E1

E2 43

22
32
14

KM2

X1
KM1
K1

K2

KM2
M

References:
page 1/216

(1) Solenoid
(2) Auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
51-52: Solenoid signalling contact
21-22 and 31-32: Safety contacts, available for redundancy
13-X1: LED (orange): actuator withdrawn
43-X1: LED (green): actuator inserted and locked
21-44: Safety pre-wiring obligatory

10

Dimensions:
page 1/218

1/221

References,
characteristics (continued)

Type of switch

Safety detection solutions

Guard switches, actuator operated

with solenoid interlocking, turret head (1)


Plastic, type XCSTE, with 1 cable entry

Locking on de-energisation and unlocking on energisation of solenoid (2)

1
a or 24 V c (50/60 Hz on a)

21
13
14

13

22

21
22

21

2-pole NC + NC (3)
slowbreak

11

2-pole NO + NC (3)
make before break,
slowbreak

22

2-pole NC + NC (3)
break before make,
slow break

14

References of switches without actuator (


with 1 cable entry tapped ISO M16 x 1.5 (2)

12

Supply voltage of solenoid

Weight (kg)

4
5
6
7

XCSTE5312

XCSTE5332

XCSTE5342

XCSTE6312

XCSTE6332

XCSTE6342

XCSTE7312

XCSTE7332

XCSTE7342

0.360

0.360

0.360

To order a guard switch with locking on energisation and unlocking on de-energisation of the solenoid, replace the 2nd number (3) by 5. Example: XCSTE5312
becomes XCSTE5512.

References of switches with 1 cable entry tapped Pg 11 or 1/2" NPT


To order a switch with 1 cable entry for n 11 (Pg 11) cable gland, replace the last number (2) by 1 in the selected reference.
Example: XCS TE5312 becomes XCS TE5311.
To order a switch with 1 cable entry for 1/2" NPT (USAS B2-1) conduit, replace the last number (2) by 3 in the selected reference.
Example: XCS TE5312 becomes XCS TE5313. The n 11 (Pg 11) tapped entry is fitted with metal adaptor DE9RA1012 for 1/2" NPT conduit.

Solenoid characteristics
Load factor

100%

Rated operational voltage

a or 24 V c

Voltage limits

- 20%, +10% of the rated operational voltage (including ripple on c) conforming to


EN/IEC 60947-1

Service life

20 000 hours

Consumption

a or 120 V c

a or c 230 V

10 VA max.

References of actuators and guard retaining device

Description

Straight actuator

Actuator with wide fixing (4)

Pivoting actuator

For guard switches XCS E and XCSTE

XCSZ11

XCSZ12

XCSZ15

XCSZ13

XCSZ14

Weight (kg)

0.015

0.015

0.012

0.085

0.025

DF523736

809927

XCSZ91

XCSZ200

9
10

NC contact with positive opening operation)

References of switches with locking on energisation and unlocking on de-energisation

References of accessories

a or 120 V c (50/60 Hz on a) a or 230 V c (50/60 Hz on a)

Description

Right-angled actuator

For use
with

Unit reference

Weight
kg

Blanking plugs for operating head slot


(Sold in lots of 10)

XCS TE

XCSZ28

0.050

Tool for forced opening of interlocking


device (Sold in lots of 10)

XCS TE

XCSZ100

0.050

Padlocking device to prevent insertion


of actuator, for up to 3 padlocks
(padlocks not included)

XCS TE

XCSZ91

0.053

Actuator centring device (5)


(Fixing screws included)

XCS TE

XCSZ200

0.022

1/2" NPT conduit adaptor


(Soldinlotsof10)

XCS TE

DE9RA1012

0.048

M16 x 1.5 adaptor (Soldinlotsof10)

XCS TE

DE9RA1016

0.048

(1) Head adjustable in 90 steps throughout 360. Blanking plug for operating head slot included with switch.
(2) A special tool included with the guard switch enables forced opening of the interlocking mechanism, by authorised personnel, allowing withdrawal of the actuator and
subsequent opening of the NC safety contacts.
(3) Schematic diagrams shown represent the contact states whilst the actuator is inserted in the head of the switch.
(4) 2 actuator lengths, XCS Z12: L = 40 mm, XCSZ15: L = 29 mm.
(5) Do not use with XCSZ91.

Other versions: please consult our Customer Care Centre.


Dimensions:
page 1/223

1/222

Schemes:
page 1/225

Safety detection solutions

Dimensions (continued)

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Plastic, type XCSTE, with 1 cable entry

Dimensions

17.4

18
5.5

29.85

35.35

15

6.4

17.4

43

38

93.5

2 x 3

1/2" NPT conduit adaptor

M16 x 1.5 adaptor

DE9RA1012

DE9RA1016

21
(1)
20/22

13

24

33

(1)

40
26

14.5

2 x 5.5
29.85

30

5.8

Actuator centring device


XCSZ200

6.4

Guard switches

XCSTEpppp

110
(1) 1 tapped entry for cable gland
: 2 elongated holes 4.3 x 8.3 on 22 centres, 2holes 4.3 on 20 centres

Actuators

(1) Adaptor (included with actuator XCSZ11) for replacing, without drilling
additional fixing hole, a guard switch XCKT with actuator XCKY01 by a
guard switch XCSTA with actuator XCSZ11.
a: 2 elongated holes 4.7 x 10
b: 1 elongated hole for M4 or M4.5 screw
XCSZ13

13

40

4.7

12

15

26

4.7

15

6
==

22

12

13

22

5
37

65

11

XCSZ12, XCSZ15
Adaptor shank (1)

55

XCSZ11

(1) M16 x 1.5 tapped entry


(2) Pg 11 threaded shank

(1) Tapped entry for 1/2" NPT conduit


(2) Pg 11 threaded shank

2
: 2 elongated holes 4.7 x 10
L = 40 mm (XCSZ12) or 29 mm (XCSZ15)

XCSZ14

42.5

26
13

55

13

35

4.7

42.5

12

27

22

15

52

12

26
=

23
28.5

32
66
: 2 elongated holes 4.7 x 10

: 1 elongated hole 4.7 x 10

10
References:
page 1/222

1/223

Safety detection solutions

Setting-up,
schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Plastic, type XCSTE, with 1 cable entry

Operating radius required for actuator


XCSZ12, XCSZ15

00

150

00

00

12

15

12

R=

R=

XCSZ11

2
71

71

d
d = 46 mm (XCSZ12) or 35 mm (XCSZ15)
XCSZ14

XCSZ13

R=

00

150

15

30

12

R=

4
48

72

48

R = minimum radius

Setting-up

Schemes

Functional diagrams

Wiring to PL=d, category 3 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1

XCSTE5ppp

XCSTE6ppp

XCSTE7ppp

24
18.5
17

24
17
15

24
18.5
17

K1

K1
K2

21

13

18.5
17
13-14

Contact operation
G Closed

11-12
21-22

21-22

13-14

F1

14

17.5
16

21-22

Example with 2-pole NC + NO contact with mixed redundancy of the contacts


and the associated control relays. To activate K1, it is necessary to remove and
re-insert the actuator when the supply is switched on.

H Open

G Unstable

Schemes (continued)

K2

Wiring to PL=e, category 4 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1


and SIL 3 conforming to EN/IEC 61508

(The guard switch should be used in conjunction with a safety limit switch to
give electrical/mechanical redundancy)

KM1

22

72

KM2

KM1
K1

K2
KM2

K1

K2

Method for machines with long rundown time (high inertia)

9
10

XPS
VNE

XPS

Interlocking device for actuator fitted on guard and zero speed detection.
(1) These schemes are given as examples only, the designer must refer to the relevant safety standards for guidance.

1/224

Safety detection solutions

Schemes

Guard switches, actuator operated


with solenoid interlocking, turret head
Plastic, type XCSTE, with 1 cable entry

Schemes (continued)

Wiring to PL=b, category 1 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1


Wiring examples with protection fuse to prevent shunting of the NC contact, either by cable damage or by tampering.

Locking on de-energisation
NC + NO
XCSTE53pp

Locking on energisation
NC + NO
XCSTE55pp

F1

F1

2
(1)

(1)

(2)

E1

E2

(32)

21

22

13

14

(2)

E1

31 33

E2

31

(34)

21

22

13

14

33

(1) Solenoid
(2) Auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
13-14: Safety contact, available for redundancy or signalling

(1) Solenoid
(2) Auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
13-14: Safety contact, available for redundancy or signalling

Wiring to PL=d, category 3 conforming to EN/ISO13849-1


Wiring examples with redundancy for the guard switch contacts, without monitoring or redundancy in the power circuit
Locking on de-energisation
NC + NC
XCSTE73pp

Locking on energisation
NC + NC
XCSTE75pp

F1

F1

F2

F2

K1

(1)
K2

(2)

E1

E2

(32)

21

22

11

12

31 33

K2

(2) (34)
KM1

E1

KM2

E2 31

21

22

11

12

33

(1) Solenoid
(2) Solenoid auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
11-12: Safety contact, available for redundancy

KM2

KM2

K2

KM1

KM1
KM2

K1

KM1

References:
page 1/222

K1

(1)

K1

K2

(1) Solenoid
(2) Solenoid auxiliary contact
E1-E2: Solenoid supply
11-12: Safety contact, available for redundancy

9
10

Dimensions:
page 1/223

1/225