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LAUDO NR 12

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EQUIPAMENTO

PRENSA HIDRAULICA DUPLA


NMERO DE SRIE

S/N
PATRIMNIO

5493
ART: 1320170095677

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RESUMO

O presente laudo tcnico visa apresentar que a mquina PRENSA HIDRAULICA


DUPLA, Patrimnio 5493, utilizada na empresa Soprano Fechaduras e Ferragens S.A., est
adequada em conformidade com a norma NR 12 vigente.

Neste laudo sero listados todos os dispositivos de segurana instalados para eliminao
dos riscos apontados na APRECIAO DE RISCO existente da mquina, executada pela
empresa Global Segurana em Maquinas, sob responsabilidade profissional do engenheiro Renzo
Jos Medici, CREA RS075322, ART n 8623250.

O presente laudo fica exclusivo para adequao e eliminao dos riscos levantados na
APRECIAO DE RISCO citada.

Em anexo esto as certificaes de conformidade dos componentes, especificaes dos


componentes, Projeto do esquema eltrico e automao e ART CREA/MS.

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INDICE

1. EMPRESA 04
2. RESPONSAVEL TECNICO 05
3. EQUIPAMENTO 06
4. ANALISE DE CONFORMIDADE COM A NR 12 07
5. OBJETIVOS 07
6. PROTEES E SISTEMAS DE SEGURANA 07
7. MANUTENO 25
8. RISCOS ADICIONAIS 26
9. CONCLUSES 26
10. REFERENCIAS 28
11. ANEXOS 29

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1. EMPRESA

RAZO SOCIAL: SOPRANO FECHADURAS E FERRAGENS S.A.


CNPJ: 24.334.092/0003-76
CNAE: 25.42-0-00
ATIVIDADE Fabricao de artigos de serralheria, exceto esquadrias
ENDEREO: AV EDGAR LOPES DE FARIAS
BAIRRO: NUCLEO INDUSTRIAL
CIDADE / ESTADO: CAMPO GRANDE/MS
CEP: (67) 2107-6255

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2. RESPONSAVEL TECNICO

Atravs do profissional abaixo relacionado, foi realizado o laudo de adequao da


mquina descriminada no item 3.
O presente laudo somente ter validade se a mquina estiver conforme com o presente
laudo, sem que ocorra obstruo nos dispositivos de segurana instalados.

________________________
Lindomar da Silva Leal
Engenheiro Eletricista
Engenheiro de Segurana do Trabalho
CREA/MS 8688D
Contato (67) 99638-8805

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3. EQUIPAMENTO

MAQUINA PRENSA HIDRAULICA DUPLA


N SERIE S/N
PATRIMONIO 5493
ART: 1320170095677

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4. ANLISE DE CONFORMIDADE COM A NR-12

Como em toda operao de mquina que tenha risco, alguns procedimentos de segurana
devem ser observados e os mesmos esto descritos no laudo abaixo. Todos os operadores e pessoal
envolvidos de alguma maneira com a mquina devem ter conhecimento dos mesmos (NBR 213-
1, NBR 213-2).

Para reduo de riscos desta mquina, foram observadas as normas por ela referenciadas,
e citadas conforme laudo abaixo.

5. OBJETIVOS

O presente laudo objetiva apresentar as condies de conformidade da mquina em anlise,


no que se refere segurana do operador, relacionando os dispositivos de segurana instalados, e
as orientaes necessrias para garantir um funcionamento seguro.

6. PROTEES E SISTEMAS DE SEGURANA

Abaixo esto destacados os riscos apresentados na mquina conforme AP (Apreciao de


Risco) e as condies de risco solucionadas em conformidade com a NR-12.

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6.1 RISCO 1 CHAVE GERAL ADEQUADA.


Ilustrao Descrio

Chave Geral atende as normas de segurana vigente.


Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.
Descrio da chave ANEXO 1.
Observaes:
Todos os equipamentos devem possuir chave geral que possibilite
o seu bloqueio por meio de cadeados durante a realizao de
manutenes. proibida a utilizao da chave geral como
dispositivo de partida e parada do equipamento.

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6.2 RISCO 2 QUADRO ELETRICO


Ilustrao Descrio

Quadro eltrico adequado;


Componentes interno identificados;
Sinalizao quanto ao perigo de choque eltrico.
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.
Projetos, eltrico e automao ANEXO 2.
Observaes:
Os quadros de energia das mquinas e equipamentos devem atender aos
seguintes requisitos mnimos de segurana:
Possuir porta de acesso, mantida permanentemente fechada;
Possuir sinalizao quanto ao perigo de choque eltrico e
restrio de acesso por pessoas no autorizadas;
Ser mantidos em bom estado de conservao, limpos e livres de
objetos e ferramentas;
Possuir proteo e identificao dos circuitos. e
Atender ao grau de proteo adequado em funo do ambiente de
uso.

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6.3 RISCO 3 BOTOEIRA DE EMERGENCIA


Ilustrao Descrio

Falta de botoeiras de emergncia em lugares estratgicos


da mquina:
o Painel eltrico;
o E ponto de operao da mquina;

Todos monitorado por interface de segurana categoria IV e reset.

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6.3.1 ELIMINAO DO RISCO 3 BOTOEIRA DE EMERGENCIA


Ilustrao Descrio
Foi realizado a instalao de dispositivo de parada de emergncia com
ligao eltrica dupla no quadro eltrico e ponto de operao da mquina,
monitoramento por CLP de segurana categoria IV e reset.
Sinalizao de identificao para o acionador na cor vermelha, com
superfcie posterior na cor amarela e escritas em lngua portuguesa.
Os dispositivos de parada de emergncia existentes nos comandos bi
manuais, foram ajustados com monitoramento atravs do CLP de
segurana categoria IV instalado na mquina.
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.
Descrio das botoeiras ANEXO 3
Observaes:
As mquinas devem ser equipadas com um ou mais dispositivos de parada
de emergncia, por meio dos quais possam ser evitadas situaes de
perigo latentes e existentes.

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6.4 RISCO 4 CALO MECNICO (MONITORADO)


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de calo mecnico duplo pintado na cor amarela, interligado a


intertravamento de segurana, monitorada por CLP de segurana
categoria IV, de forma a impedir, durante a sua utilizao, o
funcionamento da prensa.
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.
Descrio das chaves magnticas (intertravamento) ANEXO 4

Observaes:

As prensas e similares devem possuir sistema de reteno mecnica que


suporte o peso do martelo e da parte superior da ferramenta, para travar o
martelo no incio das operaes de trocas, ajustes e manutenes das
ferramentas.
.

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6.5 RISCO 5 CORTINA DE LUZ


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de duas cortinas de luz infravermelho, monitorado por CLP de


segurana categoria IV na rea frontal da prensa dupla, conjugada com
dispositivo de acionamento bi manual.
As cortinas foram instaladas de forma que sua rea de deteco est
cobrindo o acesso zona de risco, com o cuidado de no se oferecer
espaos de zona morta, ou seja, espao entre a cortina e o corpo da
mquina onde pode permanecer um trabalhador sem ser detectado.
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.
Descrio das cortinas ANEXO 5.
Observaes:

As prensas e similares devem possuir sistema de segurana na zona de


prensagem, sendo: Cortina de luz com redundncia e auto teste, tipo 4,
conforme norma IEC 61496-1:2006, monitorada por interface de
segurana, dimensionada e instalada, conforme item B, do Anexo I, da
NR 12, conjugada com dispositivo de acionamento bianual.
.

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6.6 RISCO 6 COMANDO DE ACIONAMENTO BIMANUAL


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de dois comandos bi manuais de acionamento monitorados


pelo CLP de segurana categoria IV.
Possuem atuao sncrona, um sinal de sada gerado somente quando os
dois dispositivos de atuao do comando so atuados com um retardo de
tempo menor ou igual a 0,5 s (meio segundo);
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.

Observaes:

Nas mquinas e equipamentos cuja operao requeira a participao de


mais de uma pessoa, o nmero de dispositivos de acionamento
simultneos deve corresponder ao nmero de operadores expostos aos
perigos decorrentes de seu acionamento, de modo que o nvel de proteo
seja o mesmo para cada trabalhador.

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6.7 RISCO 7 PEDAIS DE ACIONAMENTO


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de pedais de acionamento, no atendendo as normas de


segurana vigentes.

Observaes:

Pedais de acionamento.
As prensas e similares que possuem zona de prensagem ou de trabalho
enclausurada ou utilizam somente ferramentas fechadas podem ser
acionadas por pedal com atuao eltrica, pneumtica ou hidrulica, no
sendo permitido o uso de pedais com atuao mecnica ou alavancas.

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6.7.1 ELIMINAO DO RISCO 7 PEDAIS DE ACIONAMENTO


Ilustrao Descrio

Foi realizado a remoo dos pedais de acionamento.


Atendendo as normas de segurana vigentes.

Observaes:

Pedais de acionamento.
As prensas e similares que possuem zona de prensagem ou de trabalho
enclausurada ou utilizam somente ferramentas fechadas podem ser
acionadas por pedal com atuao eltrica, pneumtica ou hidrulica, no
sendo permitido o uso de pedais com atuao mecnica ou alavancas.

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6.8 RISCO 8 VALVULA DE SEGURANA HIDRAULICA


Ilustrao Descrio

Inexistncia de vlvula de segurana pneumtica monitorada por interface


de segurana categoria IV.
No atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.

Observaes:

As prensas hidrulicas e similares devem possuir bloco hidrulico de


segurana ou sistema de segurana composto por vlvulas em
redundncia que possua a mesma caracterstica e eficcia, com
monitoramento dinmico.

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6.8.1 ELIMINAO DO RISCO 8 VALVULA DE SEGURANA HIDRAULICA


Ilustrao Descrio

Foi instalada vlvula de segurana hidrulica categoria IV, monitorada


por interface de segurana categoria IV.
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.
Descrio da vlvula de segurana ANEXO 6.
Observaes:

As prensas hidrulicas e similares devem possuir bloco hidrulico de


segurana ou sistema de segurana composto por vlvulas em
redundncia que possua a mesma caracterstica e eficcia, com
monitoramento dinmico.

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6.9 RISCO 9 CHAVE SELETORA - 2 POSIES


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de chave seletora no quadro de comando;


No atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.

Observaes:

Nas mquinas e equipamentos cuja operao requeira a participao de


mais de uma pessoa, o nmero de dispositivos de acionamento
simultneos deve corresponder ao nmero de operadores expostos aos
perigos decorrentes de seu acionamento, de modo que o nvel de proteo
seja o mesmo para cada trabalhador.

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6.9.1 RISCO 9 CHAVE SELETORA - 2 POSIES


Ilustrao Descrio

Foi realizado a remoo da chave seletora 2 posies do painel de


comando;
No atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.

Observaes:

Nas mquinas e equipamentos cuja operao requeira a participao de


mais de uma pessoa, o nmero de dispositivos de acionamento
simultneos deve corresponder ao nmero de operadores expostos aos
perigos decorrentes de seu acionamento, de modo que o nvel de proteo
seja o mesmo para cada trabalhador.

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6.10 RISCO 10 REL DE SEGURANA E CLP DE SEGURANA


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de rel de segurana categoria IV;


Foi instalado CLP de segurana categoria IV, para monitoramento dos
dispositivos de segurana instalados;
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.
Descrio do rel ANEXO 7.
Descrio do CLP de segurana ANEXO 8.
Observaes:

Nos sistemas de vlvulas com monitoramento dinmico por micro


switches ou sensores de proximidade, o monitoramento deve ser
realizado por interface de segurana classificada como categoria 4
conforme norma ABNT NBR 14153.

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6.11 RISCO 11 CONTATORES


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de contatores em serie monitorados por CLP de segurana


categoria IV.
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.

Observaes:

O circuito eltrico do comando da partida e parada do motor eltrico de


mquinas deve possuir, no mnimo, dois contatores com contatos
positivamente guiados, ligados em srie, monitorados por interface de
segurana ou de acordo com os padres estabelecidos pelas normas
tcnicas nacionais vigentes e, na falta destas, pelas normas tcnicas
internacionais, se assim for indicado pela anlise de risco, em funo da
severidade de danos e frequncia ou tempo de exposio ao risco.

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6.12 RISCO 12 PROTEES FIXAS LATERAIS


Ilustrao Descrio

Existncia de protees fixas laterais afixadas com parafusos e soldadas


em partes, impedindo o acesso a zona de risco.
Atendendo as normas de segurana vigente.

Observaes:

Proteo fixa, que deve ser mantida em sua posio de maneira


permanente ou por meio de elementos de fixao que s permitam sua
remoo ou abertura com o uso de ferramentas;

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6.13 RISCO 13 TREINAMENTOS


Descrio
Foi realizado o treinamento dos colaboradores referente a NR 12, aps a instalao dos dispositivos de segurana da mquina.
Os certificados esto disposio no arquivo de segurana do trabalho existente na empresa.

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7. MANUTENO

Os procedimentos de manuteno tais como:


I. Itens que devem ser vistoriados;
II. Periodicidade;
III. Vida til de componentes de segurana;
IV. Procedimentos seguros, que esto descritos a seguir:

1. Antes de incio de cada turno de trabalho, deve ser verificado visualmente se todas as
protees se encontram em seus lugares e firmemente fixadas, e se os botes de comando,
assim como o boto de emergncia esto funcionando corretamente;

2. Deve ser verificado semanalmente a lubrificao e limpeza;

3. Mensalmente deve ser realizado testes em todos os componentes eletroeletrnicos da


mquina;
4. Alguns componentes, tanto de segurana como de operao, tem a sua vida til definida
por nmeros de ciclos. O tempo deles pode variar em funo do nvel de utilizao do
equipamento. recomendado realizar verificaes peridicas nestes componentes,
definindo isso pelo cronograma de manuteno preditiva de cada empresa.
5. O ciclo de vida em condies normais de utilizao, do rel de segurana de 20 anos ou
10 milhes de ciclos, segundo dados retirados do catlogo do fabricante;
6. A mquina no deve ser operada em nenhuma hiptese havendo dvidas a respeito de
algum componente, sendo ele de segurana ou no.

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8. RISCOS ADICIONAIS

Rudo: a mquina concebida para emitir o menor rudo, atravs de seus componentes
selecionados, mesmo assim no possvel eliminar completamente este risco.
Negligncia e Perigos Ergonmicos: a mquina foi concebida para ocasionar a menor
necessidade de esforo, e m postura por parte do operador, mesmo assim no possvel
eliminar completamente estes riscos.
Por isso, o fabricante deve fornecer informao adequada juntamente com a mquina no que
diz respeito aos perigos ocasionados pela exposio as riscos de ordem ergonmicas, excesso
de jornada, ritmo incompatvel e rudos (NR 12, NR 15 e NR 17).

9. CONCLUSES

A mquina PRENSA HIDRAULICA DUPLA, Patrimnio 5493, atende os requisitos de


segurana da NR 12. Alm dos dispositivos de segurana da mquina o operador deve utilizar os
EPI's necessrios para o trabalho nessa mquina (NR 06). As normas utilizadas para embasar este
laudo esto listadas na reviso bibliogrfica.

Em anexo a este laudo encontram-se o esquema eltrico, e certificados dos componentes


utilizados, especificao tcnica dos componentes, bem como a ART/CREA MS do responsvel
tcnico.

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NOTAS

I. Este laudo atende aos requisitos exigidos na NR-12 e NBRs, vlido somente para
a mquina PRENSA HIDRAULICA DUPLA, Patrimnio 5493, no sendo extensivo a qualquer
outro tipo de modelos de mquinas ou lotes;

II. Todas as peas e dispositivos de segurana utilizados nesta mquina so rastreados


pela empresa, atendendo os requisitos da NR-12 e NBRs;

III. Em caso de alterao de projeto e ou mudanas nos dispositivos de segurana e ou


componentes este laudo perde a sua validade;

IV. Caso houver necessidade de troca de peas ou dispositivos eltricos faz- se


necessrio a substituio pelo mesmo componente, ou componente com as mesmas caractersticas
e certificados;

V. Os originais dos certificados dos dispositivos de segurana esto disposio no


fornecedor e em anexo neste laudo encontra-se as copias dos mesmos.

Campo Grande/MS, 02 de outubro de 2017

Lindomar da Silva Leal


Engenheiro Eletricista
Engenheiro de Segurana do Trabalho
Registro n CREA 8688 D MS

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10. REFERNCIAS BIBLIOGRFICAS

NBR 13759. Equipamentos de parada de emergncia. Aspectos funcionais.


Princpios gerais para projeto. Associao Brasileira de Normas Tcnicas, ABNT 1996.

NBR 14009. Segurana de Mquinas Princpios para Apreciao de Riscos. Associao


Brasileira de Normas Tcnicas, ABNT- novembro de 1997.

NBR 14154. Segurana de Mquinas. Preveno contra partidas Inesperadas. Associao


Brasileira de Normas Tcnicas, ABNT- 1998.

NBR 213-1. Segurana de Mquinas Conceitos Fundamentais, Princpios Gerais de


Projeto. Terminologia Bsica e Metodologia. Associao Brasileira de Normas Tcnicas,
ABNT janeiro de 2000.

NBR 213-2. Segurana de Mquinas Conceitos Fundamentais, Princpios Gerais de


Projeto. Parte 2, Princpios Tcnicos e especificaes. Associao Brasileira de Normas
Tcnicas, ABNT janeiro de 2000.

NBR 5410. Instalaes Eltricas de Baixa Tenso Associao Brasileira de Normas Tcnicas,
ABNT maro de 2005.

NR 06. Norma Regulamentadora 06 Equipamento de proteo individual, EPI. Ministrio


do Trabalho e Emprego, Repblica Federativa do Brasil MTE 1978.

NR 10. Norma Regulamentadora 10 Segurana em instalaes e servios em eletricidade.


Ministrio do Trabalho e Emprego, Repblica Federativa do Brasil MTE 2004.

NR 12. Norma Regulamentadora 12 Segurana no Trabalho em Mquinas e


Equipamentos. Ministrio do Trabalho e Emprego, Repblica Federativa do Brasil MTE
2010.

NR 17. Norma Regulamentadora 17 Ergonomia. Ministrio do Trabalho e Emprego,


Repblica Federativa do Brasil MTE 1978.

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11. ANEXOS

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ANEXO 1

Chave Seccionadora;

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Caractersticas INTERRUPTOR SECCIONADOR VARIO 25A
MANOPLA VERMELHA/AMARELA 22.5MM

Principal
Gama TeSys
Nome do produto TeSys VARIO
Nome abreviado do dis- VCD
positivo
Tipo de produto ou Seccionador Interruptor de paragem de emergncia
componente
Nvel de desempenho Alto desempenho
Descrio de polos 3P
Tipo e composio dos 3 NA
contatos
Tipo de rede CC

dever de qualquer usurio tal qual o integrador a realizar a anlise de risco adequada e completa, avaliao e teste dos produtos no que diz respeito aplicao especfica relevante ou utilizao.
CA
Tipo de controle Punho giratrio
Estilo de montagem pa- Direto
ra punho giratrio
Cor do punho Vermelho

A Schneider Electric Brasil LTDA. E nem qualquer uma de suas afiliadas ou subsidirias ser responsvel ou responsveis pelo uso indevido das informaes aqui contidas.
Cor da placa frontal do Amarelo
punho
Adequao para isola- Sim
mento

A informao fornecida neste documento contm descries gerais e/ou caractersticas tcnicas do desempenho dos produtos contidos neste documento.
Complementar

Este documento no pretende e no substitui a determinao da adequao e fiabilidade destes produtos para aplicaes especficas do usurio.
Padlocking manopla rotativa 1 to 3 padlocks 4...8 mm
Sinalizao 0-1
Suporte de montagem Manusear montagem em porta
Interruptor montagem em porta
Modo de fixao Hole com 22.5 mm para manusear
[Ue] tenso de operao nominal 690 V CA 50/60 Hz
[Uimp] tenso suportvel de impulso nominal 8 kV
[Ith] corrente trmica ao ar livre convencional 25 A
[Ithe] corrente trmica convencional em isolamento 20 A
[Ie] corrente nominal de operao 14.5 A[Espao](CA-23) em 400 V
Potncia de funcionamento nominal em W 11 kW a 500 V (CA -23A)
11 kW a 690 V (CA-3)
15 kW a 690 V (CA -23A)
4 kW a 230...240 V (CA-3)
5.5 kW a 400..0,415 V (CA-3)
7.5 kW a 500 V (CA-3)
5.5 kW a 230...240 V (CA -23A)
7.5 kW a 400..0,415 V (CA -23A)
Classe de servio intermitente 30
Capacidade de fechamento 250 A a 400 V (CA -21A)
250 A a 400 V (CA -22A)
250 A a 400 V (CA -23A)
[Icm] capacidade de fechamento nominal em cur- 1 kA a 400 V a Ipeak
to-circuito
[Icw] corrente nominal de curta durao admissvel 300 A a 400 V durante 1 s
Corrente de curto-circuito condicional nominal 10 kA a 400 V - fusvel Associado 25 A aM
10 kA a 400 V - fusvel Associado 25 A gG
Capacidade de corte 200 A a 400 V CA -21A
200 A a 400 V CA -22A
200 A a 400 V CA -23A

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Composio do dispositivo Interruptor
Manusear
Durabilidade mecnica 100000 ciclos
Durabilidade eltrica 30000 ciclos CC-1...5
100000 cycles AC-21
Conexes - terminais Power circuit : screw clamp terminals cable 6 mm - cable stiffness: flexible - with
cable end
Power circuit : screw clamp terminals cable 10 mm - cable stiffness: solid
Torque de aperto Circuito de potncia : 2.1 N.m - em terminais de braadeiras roscadas
Dimenso da base 60 x 60 mm
Altura 74 mm
Largura 60 mm
Peso do produto 0,215 kg

Meio ambiente
Padres IEC 60947-3
Certificaes do produto UL
CSA
CCC
GL
Tratamento de proteo TC
Grau de proteo IP IP65
IP20 para IEC 60529
Fora mecnica Vibraes 10...150 Hz 1 gn IEC 60068-2-6
Choques 11 ms 30 gn IEC 60068-2-27
Temperatura ambiente do ar para funcionamento -20...50 C
Resistncia a incndios 960 C para IEC 60695-2-1

Oferta sustentvel
Status de oferta sustentvel Produto Green Premium
RoHS
Conforme - from 733 - Schneider Electric declaration of conformity Schnei-
der Electric declaration of conformity
REACh A referncia no contm SVHC acima do limite
Perfil ambiental do produto
Disponvel Ambiente De Produto
Instrues sobre final de vida de produto No necessita de operao de reciclagem especfica

Garantia contratual
Perodo 18 meses

2
LAUDO NR 12
Laudo de Adequao de Maquinas conforme NR 12

ANEXO 2

Projeto eltrico e de automao;

31
1

F1 F2 F3 D1 D2

C1

Rb1

R1
AC-N
220 VCA
AC-L

MOTOR
R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7
A B C D E F G H

220V

2
F1/CM
F1/
ENTRADA DE FORA

DJ2
1 1
PE N L1 L2 L3

1 3 5
CHAVE
GERAL
2 4 6

2 2
ALIMENTAO DE COMANDO
1 3 5 PAINEL EXISTENTE
DJ1
R S T N PE
2 4 6

1 3 5 1 3 5
3 3
K1 K2
2 4 6 2 4 6

4 4

N
F1/CM
F1/

5 5
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Dibujado 12/08/2017 AIRTON S.
DOURATEC AUTOMAO DIAGRAMA Archivo: DIAGRAMA DE FORA
Comprobado 12/08/2017 AIRTON S.
A B C D E F G H
A B C D E F G H
H1/ FORCA 1
T 220V F2/A.1

24V1 F2/A.1

1 24V1 11 13 1
K1 K1
1 12 14
1 25 27
F1
11 13
2 2 SINAL VEM SINAL VEM SINAL VEM SINAL VEM
K2 K2
F2/F.4 F2/F.4 F2/G.4 F2/H.4
12 14 26
11 11
1 3
EM1
PAINEL 12 12 13 13
RESET RESET
2 1 2 24V1 2
LADO (A) 14 LADO (B) 14
Fonte
PE 2 4
+ -
3 4 3 4 5 6 7 8
10 11
24V 0V 24V A1 X1 X2 I1 12 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8

FLEXI SOFT FLEXI SOFT


CPU1 XTIO
EXP 1
3 3
A2 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

12 13 14 15

X1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
4 4
h2 BR1 BR2 BR3 BR5 BR4 BR6
GERAL
X2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2

0V

0V 0V 0V 0V 0V

0V F2/A.5
BLOQUEIO SITEMA AUTOMATICO SITEMA AUTOMATICO
N CONTATORES DE FORA BLOQUEIO LADO (A) BLOQUEIO LADO (B) N F2/A.5

5 H2/ FORCA 1 5
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Comprobado 12/08/2017 AIRTON S.
A B C D E F G H
A B C D E F G H

F1/H.1 220VCA

F1/H.1 24V1 F4/A.1

1 1

2 2
11 11
11 11
BR3 BR4
BR1 BR2
14 14
14 14
9 12 15 18
18 19 20 21

5 6 7 8

A1 B1 A1 B1 A1 B1 A1 B1
3 3
SI 1 SI 2 SI 1 SI 2
22 23 24 25
VAL.1 VAL.1 VAL.2 VAL.2
16 17 BLOQUEIO DE EMERGENCIA A2 A2 A2 A2
EXTERNO EXISTENTE

11 14 17 20

10 13 16 19

A1 A1 SINAL VAI SINAL VAI SINAL VAI SINAL VAI


K1 K2
4 F3/A.1 F3/A.1 F3/A.1 F3/A.1 4
A2 A2

N N

F1/H.5 0V F4/A.5

F1/H.5 N
CONTATORES DE FORA
5 5
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Comprobado 12/08/2017 AIRTON S.
A B C D E F G H
A B C D E F G H

F2/H.1 24VCC

21
1 1
24VCC 24VCC
2

31 31 11 11
RLS 1 RLS 2 BR5 BR6
32 32 12 14 12 14

2 28 30 30 30 30 30 34 34 34 34 34 2
3 23

29 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11
BR7 BR8 BR9 BR10 BR11 BR12 BR13 BR14 BR15 BR16
4 24 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

31 32 35 36

3 37 3
31 32 33 35 36

LADO(A) X1 LADO(B) X1
H1 H2
FALHA FALHA
X2 X2

1
EXTERNO A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
EV1 EV2 EV3 EV1 EV2 EV3
4 4
A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2
SOLENOIDES LADO (A) SOLENOIDES LADO (B)
22

F1/H.5 0V

5 5
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Comprobado 12/08/2017 AIRTON S.
A B C D E F G H
A B C D E F G H

1 1
0V

0V
03

22

23

04

25

26
0V

0V
SINAL SINAL
EXTERNO EXTERNO

2 2
0V 22 23 0V 25 26

3 3

A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1 A1
BR7 BR8 BR9 BR10 BR11 BR12 BR13 BR14 BR15 BR16
A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2 A2
4 4

5 5
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Dibujado 12/08/2017 AIRTON S.
DOURATEC AUTOMAO DIAGRAMA Archivo: PRENSA HIDRAULICA F4
Comprobado 12/08/2017 AIRTON S.
A B C D E F G H
LAUDO NR 12
Laudo de Adequao de Maquinas conforme NR 12

ANEXO 3

Botoeira de parada de emergncia;

32
Monitorao de Botes
de Emergncia

Os botes de emergncia so um dos


dispositivos mais comuns e importantes
para acionar paradas de emergncia e
sinalizar situaes perigosas em painis de
mquinas e equipamentos.

Porm, se este dispositivo no estiver


montado adequadamente, sua funo ser
comprometida e poder colocar usurios
em risco.

Para garantir maior segurana nessas


aplicaes foi desenvolvido o bloco de
monitorao BCM01-CSW. Sua
instalao com os botes de emergncia
da linha BESG/P/Y asseguram que a
montagem esteja correta e permitem maior
confiabilidade em sistemas de paradas de
emergncia.

Desenvolvido de acordo com as normas


internacionais IEC 60947-5-5 e UL508 e Flange NO montada corretamente no boto.
para atender aos requisitos da norma
brasileira NR-12. Seu uso associado aos
demais equipamentos de proteo coletiva
(EPC) garatem maior segurana a sua
aplicao.

Bloco NO montado corretamente na flange.

Diagrama eltrico
Montagem correta.
Contato se fecha apenas
quando montagem 1
mecnica est correta

2
Monitorao de Botes
de Emergncia
Dados Tcnicos
Boto de Emergncia Boto de Emergncia Referncia CSW-BESG/P/Y
Gira para Soltar Puxa para Soltar IEC 60947-5-1, VDE 0660, UL 508,
Normas CENELEC EN 50007, ISO 13850
CSW-BESG CSW-BESP (EN 418), IEC 60947-5-5
Grau de proteo IP66
Certificaes CE e ICONTEC
Vida mecnica 1 x 105 operaes
Uso em ambientes Externo (raios UV) ou interno
Temperatura de emprego -25 C...+70 C
Blocos de monitorao Montagem mxima de 3 blocos

Referncia BCM01-CSW
IEC 60947-5-1, VDE 0660, UL 508,
Normas
CENELEC EN 50007, IEC 60947-5-5
Corrente trmica convencional (Ith) 10 A
0,058 kg 0,058 kg Tenso nominal de isolao (Ui ) 690 V
Tenso nominal de impulso (Uimp) 4 kV
Grau de proteo dos terminais IP20
Boto de Emergncia Bloco de Contato Mnima corrente operacional 10 mA @ 17 V
com Chave de Monitorao Ue (V CA) (A)
CSW-BESY BCM01-CSW 24 6
48 6
Categoria de emprego
AC-15 - IEC 60947-5-1 60 6
110 6
220 3
380 2
Ue (V CC) (A)
24 2,5
Categoria de emprego 48 1,4
DC-13 - IEC 60947-5-1 60 1
110 0,55
220 0,27
0,123 kg 0,023 kg Seo dos condutores (parafuso) 1 x 0,5 mm2 ou 2 x 2,5 mm2
Torque de aperto 0,8 N.m
Temperatura de emprego -25 C...+70 C

Dimenses (mm)
29,5 47 75,8
30

Sujeito a alteraes sem aviso prvio. As informaes contidas so valores de referncia.


49,3

CSW-BESG/P/Y+ BCM01-CSW
Cd: 50041783 | Rev: 01 | Data (m/a): 09/2013

Grupo WEG - Unidade Automao


Jaragu do Sul - SC - Brasil
Telefone: (47) 3276-4000
automacao@weg.net
www.weg.net
www.youtube.com/wegvideos
@weg_wr
LAUDO NR 12
Laudo de Adequao de Maquinas conforme NR 12

ANEXO 4

Chave de intertravamento;

33
Soprano Fechaduras e Ferragens S.A.
CNPJ: 24.334.092/0003-76
Av. Edgar Lopes Farias, 7223, Ncleo Industrial -
Campo Grande, MS
2017-06-18 9187431.pdf 1/4
used directives and standards
Pos Pos.text Short.desc. Document-No. Issued SICK-Id-No. Pos-Exchg.
0110 OJEU L 96 EMC DIRECTIVE 2014/30/EU RL 2014/30/EU 2014-02-26 8606191
0170 OJEU L 157 MACHINERY DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC RL 2006/42/EC 2006-05-01 8605934
1020 LVD,EMC LOW-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR EN 60947-5-2 2007-12-01 8605900
1035 LVD,EMC LOW-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR EN 60947-5-2/A1 2012-11-01 8606124
3040 MAS SAFETY-RELATED PARTS OF CONTROL SYSTEMS EN ISO 13849-1 2015-12-01 8606228 Z651
3050 MAS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY EN 62061/A1 2013-02-01 8606145
3060 MAS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY EN 62061 2005-04-01 8605740
3090 MAS PROXIMITY DEVICES WITH DEFINED BEHAVIOUR EN 60947-5-3 2013-11-01 8606157
as of 2017-06-18; actual state of document item list: Z651 EU declaration of conformity 9187431

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EC Declaration of conformity

Ident-No. : 9189977 YM25

Notified body within the meaning of the Machine Directive

Address of TV SD Product Service GmbH


notified Zertifizierstelle
body Ridlerstrae 65
80339 Mnchen
No. of notified body: 0123

engaged for EC type-examination

M6A 15 05 72595 023 dated 2015-05-11

The person(s) authorized to complete the technical file in accordance with the requirement of the
Machine Directive are the signing person(s) on the cover pages.

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List of devices (count: 34)
SICK-ID-No. Device-type
1059410 RE11-SAC
1059411 RE11-SA03
1059501 RE11-SA05
1059503 RE13-SAC
1059504 RE13-SA03
1059505 RE21-SAC
1059506 RE21-SA03
1059507 RE21-SA05
1059508 RE23-SAC
1059509 RE27-SA68L
1059510 RE27-SA05L
1059511 RE27-SA10L
1059512 RE27-SA20L
1060290 RE10-SP
1060291 RE20-SP
1060292 RE13-SK
1060293 RE21-SK
1060294 RE23-SK
1060295 RE27-SK
1061725 RE23-SA03
1061726 RE23-SA05
1062011 RE13-SA05
1062121 RE11-SK
1062539 RE13-SA84
1062540 RE13-SA64
1062541 RE23-SA84
1062542 RE23-SA64
1065233 RE27-SA68LS04
1072460 RE15-SA03
1072462 RE15-SK
1083850 RE21-SA84
1085208 RE11-SBC
1085209 RE13-SB03
1086615 RE13-SA64S06
as of 2017-06-18
EU declaration of conformity 9187431

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LAUDO NR 12
Laudo de Adequao de Maquinas conforme NR 12

ANEXO 5

Cortina de luz infravermelho;

34
Dual MINI-SCREEN
Dual Safety Light Screen System Instruction Manual

For Systems Using Control Module MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip Output) or MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch Output)

Dual MINI-SCREEN Features


An optoelectronic point-of-operation guarding
device for production machinery
One control module operates two emitter/receiver
sensor pairs
Compact package for smaller production machines
Creates a curtain of synchronized, modulated
infrared sensing beams from 4" to 4' high
(in 12 lengths)
Sensors are available with choice of black or safety
yellow finish and with sensing range of either 9 m
(30') or 18 m (60'), depending on models selected
(see page 6).
Control module may be bolted directly to
enclosure back plate or mounted on standard
35 mm DIN rail LISTED
Presence
Sensing
Easily configured for floating blanking (one- or Device
10Y8 C
two-beam), and/or auto power-up
Diagnostic Display visible through module cover Section Contents
Separate alignment indicators for each sensor pair
Section 1 Dual MINI-SCREEN System Introduction . . . .Page 4
Diverse redundant controller design provides a
high level of control reliability Section 2 Overview of Dual MINI-SCREEN Operation . . .Page 7
FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) tested to Section 3 Installation and Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 14
ensure control reliability Section 4 Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 36
Replaceable redundant output safety relays with
Section 5 Troubleshooting and Maintenance . . . . . . . .Page 38
forced-guided contacts for enhanced control
reliability Section 6 Alignment and Checkout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 42
Highly immune to EMI, RFI, ambient light, weld
flash, and strobe light
Vibration-tolerant factory burned-in emitter and
receiver circuitry for toughness and dependability;
anti-vibration mounts provided with sensors
9714 10th Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55441
Phone: 763.544.3164 www.bannerengineering.com
Email: sensors@bannerengineering.com

Printed in USA 04/03 P/N 113482 rev. A


Dual MINI-SCREEN
MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip) / MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch)

Important ... read this page before proceeding!


Applications and In the United States, the functions that Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems are intended to
perform are regulated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). However,
Limitations of whether or not any particular Dual MINI-SCREEN System installation meets all applicable OSHA

Dual MINI-SCREEN requirements depends upon factors that are beyond the control of Banner Engineering Corp.
These factors include the details of how the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is applied, installed,
Systems wired, operated, and maintained.

Banner Engineering Corp. has attempted to provide complete application, installation, operation,
Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems and maintenance instructions. In addition, we suggest that any questions regarding application or
are typically used use of Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems be directed to the factory applications department at the
telephone number or addresses shown at the bottom of this page.
in the following
applications: Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems can guard against accidents only when they are properly
installed and integrated into the machine, properly operated, and properly maintained. See Section
Hydraulic and pneumatic power presses
3 of this manual for installation procedures, considerations, and precautions. See Sections 4 and
Molding presses 5 for operating and maintenance information. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or
Automated production equipment user to apply this Dual MINI-SCREEN System in full compliance with OSHA regulations.

In addition to OSHA regulations, several other organizations provide informational material on the
Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems use of machine guard devices. The user is referred to the American National Standards Institute
may NOT be used (ANSI), the Robotics Industries Association (RIA), the American Metal Stamping Association
with the following (AMSA), and others. Banner Engineering Corp. makes no claim regarding a specific recommenda-
tion of any organization, the accuracy or effectiveness of any information provided, or the
machinery: appropriateness of the provided information for a specific application.
Any machine that cannot be stopped
immediately after a stop signal is issued, The user has the responsibility to ensure that all local, state, and national laws, rules, codes, and
such as single stroke (also known as full- regulations relating to the use of this machine guarding system in any particular application are
revolution) clutched machinery. satisfied. Extreme care is urged to ensure that all legal requirements have been met and that all
installation and maintenance instructions contained in this manual are followed.
Any machine with inadequate or
inconsistent machine response time and
stopping performance.
Any machine that ejects materials or
Caution!!
component parts through the defined area. Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems are for use only on machinery that can be stopped
Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems may not be immediately after a stop signal is issued. They may be used with part-revolution clutched
used in any environment that is likely to machines that have the ability to stop at any point in their stroke. Under no circumstances may
adversely affect photoelectric sensing the Dual MINI-SCREEN System be used on full-revolution clutched machinery. Banner Dual
system efficiency. For example, corrosive MINI-SCREEN Systems may not be used as tripping devices to initiate machine motion (PSDI
chemicals or fluids or unusually severe applications) on mechanical power presses, per OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.217.
levels of smoke or dust, if not
controlled, may degrade the efficiency of U.S. Standards Applicable to Use of Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems
Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems.
Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems may ANSI B11 Standards Safeguarding of Machine Tools
not be used as tripping devices to initiate ANSI/RIA R15.06 Safety Requirements for Robot Systems
machine motion (PSDI applications) on
mechanical power presses, per OSHA NFPA 79 Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
regulation 29 CFR 1910.217.
See page 58 for information on these and other applicable standards,
and where to acquire copies.

Banner Engineering Corp.


9714 - 10th Avenue No.
Minneapolis, MN 55441
Email: sensors@baneng.com
Banner Engineering Corp. Minneapolis, U.S.A.
www.bannerengineering.com Tel: 763.544.3164
2 P/N 113482 rev. A
Dual MINI-SCREEN
MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip) / MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch) Table of Contents
1. Dual MINI-SCREEN System Introduction........................................ page 4
1.1 Components ...................................................................................... page 6

2. Overview of Dual MINI-SCREEN Operation .................................... page 7


2.1 Blanking ............................................................................................ page 7
2.2 Auto Power-up .................................................................................. page 8
2.3 Lockout Conditions and Key Resets.................................................. page 8
2.4 Operating Status Indicator Lights...................................................... page 9
2.4.1 Alignment Indicators ........................................................................ page 9
2.4.2 System Status Indicators ................................................................ page 10
2.5 Diagnostic Indicator LEDs .............................................................. page 11
2.6 Intentionally Left Blank .................................................................... page 11
2.7 Output Relay Operation .................................................................. page 12
2.8 Control Reliability: Redundancy and Self-Checking ........................ page 13
2.9 Remote Test Input .......................................................................... page 13

3. System Installation and Alignment ............................................ page 14


3.1 Appropriate Application .................................................................. page 14
3.2 Mechanical Installation Considerations .......................................... page 15
3.2.1 Separation Distance ........................................................................ page 15
3.2.2 Hard Guarding ................................................................................ page 17
3.2.3 Emitter and Receiver Orientation .................................................... page 19
3.2.4 Adjacent Reflective Surfaces .......................................................... page 20
3.2.5 Use of Corner Mirrors .................................................................... page 20
3.2.6 Installation of Adjacent Sensor Pairs .............................................. page 21
3.3 Mounting Procedure........................................................................ page 22
3.4 Controller Module Configuration .................................................... page 25
3.5 Electrical Hookup and Checkouts .................................................... page 26
3.5.1 Key Reset Switch Hookup .............................................................. page 26
3.5.2 Intentionally Left Blank .................................................................... page 27
3.5.3 Emitter and Receiver Hookup.......................................................... page 28
3.5.4 System Power (temporary connection) .......................................... page 28
3.5.5 Dual MINI-SCREEN System Initial Checkout .................................. page 29
3.5.6 Output Relay Connections .............................................................. page 32
3.5.7 System Power (permanent connection).......................................... page 34
3.5.8 Auxiliary Monitor Relay or Alarm Relay .......................................... page 35
3.5.9 Remote Test Input or Latch Reset Input.......................................... page 35

4. Operating Instructions ............................................................ page 36


4.1 Security Protocol .......................................................................... page 36
4.2 Periodic Checkout Requirements .................................................... page 36
4.3 Normal Operation ............................................................................ page 36

5. Troubleshooting and Maintenance ............................................ page 38


5.1 Troubleshooting Lockout Conditions .............................................. page 38
5.2 Effects of Electrical and Optical Noise ............................................ page 40
5.3 Servicing and Maintenance ............................................................ page 40
5.3.1 Fuse Testing and Replacement ........................................................ page 40
5.3.2 Control Module and Relay Replacement ........................................ page 40
5.3.3 Cleaning .......................................................................................... page 41
5.3.4 Warranty Service ............................................................................ page 41

6. Alignment and Checkout Procedures .......................................... page 42


6.1 Dual MINI-SCREEN System Alignment .......................................... page 42
6.2 Commissioning Checkout................................................................ page 46
6.3 Power-up, Shift Change & Machine Setup Change Checkout ........ page 48
6.4 Semi-annual Checkout .................................................................... page 49
Initial Checkout: Dual MINI-SCREEN System only ...................... page 29

Glossary of Terms .................................................................... page 50


Specifications ........................................................................ page 53
Models and Ordering Information .................................................. page 55
Replacement Parts & Accessories ................................................ page 56
Applicable Safety Standards ........................................................ page 58

Banner Engineering Corp. Minneapolis, U.S.A.


www.bannerengineering.com Tel: 763.544.316
P/N 113482 rev. A 3
Dual MINI-SCREEN
System Introduction MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip) / MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch)

1. Dual MINI-SCREEN System Introduction


The Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN System is a microprocessor-controlled opposed
mode light screen system which uses two pairs of sensors. The two pairs of
sensors are typically used to provide point-of-operation guarding for two areas on
the same machine.

This five-piece system consists of two emitters, two receivers, and one of two
available control modules (MUSF-DINT-1T2 with trip output and MUSF-DINT-1L2
with latching output). The two sensor pairs may be of any length. The sensors
connect to the control module using four 5-wire shielded cables, (purchased sepa-
rately), which have quick-disconnect fittings on their sensor end. The controller
automatically recognizes the size and type of the two sensor pairs wired to it - no
programming is necessary. The control module is powered by 24V dc.

Banners microprocessor-based circuit establishes a higher level of control


reliability in machine guard design. The Dual MINI-SCREEN System uses the
design concept of diverse redundancy, in which two microprocessors of different
design, running from two different instruction sets, constantly check all system
components, including each other. Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems are
extensively FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) tested to establish an
extremely high degree of confidence that no system component will ever, even if it
does fail, cause a failure to danger.

In typical operation, if any part of an operators body (or any opaque object) of
more than a certain cross section enters either guarded area of the machine (called
the defined areas), the output relays of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System will open.
The contacts of the output relays are connected to the guarded machines primary
control elements (MPCEs) which immediately stop the motion of the guarded
machine. The output
relays have forced-
guided contacts for
enhanced control re-
liability.

The Dual MINI-


SCREEN System
features selectable
floating blanking
which allows for the
movement of
multiple work-pieces
through one or both
light screens. The
controller is easily
configured for either
one- or two-beam
floating blanking. The
two light screens are
configured
separately. Use of
floating blanking
affects the minimum
object sensitivity. See Figure 1. Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN System: two emitters, two receivers, control module, and four
Section 2.1 for interconnecting cables.
complete information.

Banner Engineering Corp. Minneapolis, U.S.A.


www.bannerengineering.com Tel: 763.544.3164
4 P/N 113482 rev. A
Dual MINI-SCREEN
MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip) / MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch) System Introduction

Emitters have a row of synchronized modulated infrared (invisible) light emitting


diodes (LEDs). Receivers have a corresponding row of synchronized
phototransistors.
Emitters and receivers are available in lengths ranging from 4" to 4' (see next
page). This length determines the height of the defined area. The sensor design
includes a swivel bracket at each end for quick mounting and ease of alignment.
MINI-SCREEN emitters and receivers are available with the choice of two sensing
ranges (maximum emitter-to-receiver separation): 9 m (30') or 18 m (60').
Certain range restrictions apply when using corner mirrors (see Section 6). The
patented modulated receiver design produces exceptionally high immunity to
ambient light interference.
The minimum object sensitivity of 30' range sensor pairs is 19 mm (0.75") when
no blanking is in use. The minimum object sensitivity of 60' range sensor pairs is
25 mm (1.0") when no blanking is in use.
The minimum object sensitivity is the minimum-diameter object that the light
screen can reliably detect anywhere within the defined area. Minimum object
sensitivity directly affects the minimum allowable distance between the defined
area of the light screen and the nearest hazard point (i. e. - the separation
distance). See Section 3.2.
Emitter and receiver circuits are designed to meet high standards for vibration re-
sistance. Every emitter, receiver, and controller module is serialized and
undergoes extensive burn-in testing at the factory.
The control module features two alignment indicators one for each light screen
WARNING . . . to simplify system setup and monitoring. In addition, MINI-SCREEN receivers
Do Not Connect
Multiple Pairs of each have three sets of easily visible LED indicators for system operating status,
Sensors to One including alignment. Alignment indicators flash to indicate the interruption of one
Control Module or more beams due to blockage or misalignment.
The Dual MINI-SCREEN System The control module contains a power supply (to power the controller itself and
uses two pairs of sensors
the two sensor pairs), a microprocessor controller module to control sensing
connected to one control module.
logic, and a replaceable relay board with forced-guided output relays. A single-
Connection of more than two pairs
digit Diagnostic Display, visible through a clear window in the control module
of sensors to a single control
module can result in serious injury cover, identifies trouble causes.
or death. Resetting the system from a fault condition, or at system power-up is
accomplished using a keyed panel switch, which is supplied with each control
module.
The selectable auto power-up feature makes a key reset at system power-up
unnecessary for those applications where a key reset is difficult to perform.
A functional schematic diagram of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System appears on
page 12. For Dual MINI-SCREEN System dimension drawings, see pages 23 and
24. For specifications, see pages 56-57.
The components of a Dual MINI-SCREEN system are typically purchased
separately. The components are listed on the next page.

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1.1 MINI-SCREEN Components and Kits


Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems consist of one control module, two sensor pairs, and
four cables. All components are typically ordered separately. The two sensor pairs
may be of different lengths, but each emitter and its corresponding receiver must
be of equal length, type, and sensing range. Cables are interchangeable between all
emitter and receiver models. See pages 55-57 for models and system
accessories.

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2. Overview of Dual MINI-SCREEN System Operation


In operation, two sensor pairs are separately mounted and aligned, establishing
two screens of invisible infrared light beams called the defined areas (Figure 1.
The individual features of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System are discussed in this
section, including: Blanking (Section 2.1); Auto power-up (Section 2.2); Lockout
Conditions and Key Resets (Section 2.3); Operating Status Indicator Lights
(Section 2.4); Diagnostic Indicator LEDs (Section 2.5); Output Relay Operation
(Section 2.7); Control Reliability: Redundancy & Self-checking (Section 2.8);
Remote Test Input (Section 2.9).

2.1 Blanking
Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems may be configured to be blind to the passage of
multiple objects of limited size through either or (both) defined area. This is useful
in press brake and other applications where multiple blanked zones (moveable or
stationary) are needed.
Floating blanking is the blinding of one or groups of two adjacent sensing
beams, which will appear to change position (float) in order to allow multiple
objects (usually workpiece material) to move through the defined area, at any
point, without tripping the final switching device relays of the MINI-SCREEN
System. With floating blanking ON, any and every one- or two-beam blockage(s)
will be ignored. See Figure 2.
Floating blanking is separately programmed for each of the two light screens.
Figure 2. Floating blanking
There is the choice of either one-beam or two beam floating blanking. The ignored
object size and resultant minimum object sensitivity are listed in the table below.

Maximum Size of Minimum Object


Sensor Type Floating Blanking Undetected Objects Sensitivity
Off (Not applicable) 19.1 mm (0.75")
Standard
1-beam 7.6 mm (0.30")* 32 mm (1.25")
9 m (30') range
2-beam 20.3 mm (0.80")* 44.5 mm (1.75")
Off (Not applicable) 25.4 mm (1.00")
Long-Range
1-beam 3.8 mm (0.15")* 38.1 mm (1.50")
18 m (60') range
2-beam 16.5 mm (0.65")* 50.8 mm (2.00")
Off (Not applicable) 38 mm (1.5")
Heavy-Duty
1-beam 15 mm (0.6")* 62 mm (2.45")
18 m (60') range
2-beam 40 mm (1.6")* 89 mm (3.5")
*NOTE: The size listed assumes that those objects move exactly perpendicular to the plane
of the light beams.

The minimum object sensitivity is the minimum-diameter object that the light screen
can reliably detect anywhere within the defined area. Minimum object sensitivity
directly affects the minimum allowable distance between the defined area of a light
screen and the nearest hazard point (i. e. - the separation distance). See Section 3.2.
Floating blanking preference is set via a pair of DIP switches on the controller board
inside the control module (see Figure 18 and Section 3.4, both on page 25, for
details). NOTE: Blanking ON is indicated by a flashing green Status Indicator LED.

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2.2 Auto Power-up


Normal operation of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System requires a key reset each time
power is applied to the system. This is usually a desired response to a power
failure or interrupt, and is required by some design standards. In applications
where a key reset is difficult to perform, the auto power-up feature puts the Dual
MINI-SCREEN System directly into RUN mode when power is applied.

Auto power-up is enabled or disabled via a pair of DIP switches located on the
controller board inside the control module. See Figure 18 and Section 3.4 on page
25 for details.

2.3 Lockout Conditions and Key Resets


A lockout condition of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System causes all of its output
relays to open, sending a stop signal to the guarded machine.

A Power-up/Power Interrupt Lockout condition will occur:


Upon power-up of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System (unless Auto Power-up is ON;
see Figure 5, page 11).

If power to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is interrupted (unless Auto Power-up


is ON; see Figure 5).

An Internal Lockout condition will occur:


If the control box key switch is in the RESET position at power-up (with Auto
Power-up ON); or if the key switch is switched to RESET while the system is in
RUN mode,

If a Final Switching Device (FSD - see Glossary) relay does not drop out within
its specified time,

If the Secondary Switching Device (SSD - see Glossary) relay has de-energized,

If the controller module switch settings are inconsistent with each other or if
they were changed while the system was in RUN mode, or

If the self-checking circuits of the microprocessor detect a component failure


within the Dual MINI-SCREEN System itself.

A lockout condition resulting from an internal system fault is indicated by a


flashing red status indicator LED on the control box and the receiver unit. The
green and yellow LEDs will be OFF. See Figure 5, page 11.

Power-up/power interrupt lockouts (yellow LED only double-flashing) are normal


and require a key reset for operation to continue.

Internal lockout conditions result from component failures or incorrect controller


settings, which must be corrected before the system will allow operation to
continue (Section 2.7). A numeric diagnostic indicator, visible through a window in
the control box cover, indicates the cause of the lockout (Section 2.5). Internal
lockout conditions also require a reset of the control modules keyed switch (a key
reset) to return the system to RUN mode. A valid key reset consists of turning the
key switch to the RESET position, holding it there for at least 1/2 second, and then
returning the key switch to the RUN position.

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2.4 Operating Status Indicators


Indicators on the control module provide complete information on operating
status.

2.4.1 Alignment Indicators


There are two yellow alignment indicators - one for each sensor pair. They are
labeled SCREEN 1 ALIGNMENT and SCREEN 2 ALIGNMENT. When each
sensor pair is properly aligned, its alignment indicator will be ON steadily. A
flashing Alignment LED indicates either sensor misalignment or an object detected
in the defined area. With all obstructions removed from the defined area, the
alignment indicator flashes faster with better alignment, until it locks ON solid with
proper alignment.

SCREEN 1 and SCREEN 2 are determined by which terminals of the control


module each sensor pair is wired to (see Figure 20, page 28). The (three)
yellow indicators on each MINI-SCREEN receiver (Figure 4) follow the action of
the associated Alignment indicator on the control module.

Figure 3. Control Module features

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2.4.2 System Status Indicators


There are three system status indicators located on the front panel of the Dual
MINI-SCREEN control box (see Figure 3, page 9). The functions are as follows:
Red ON steadily and Yellow single-flashing* (blocked or latched condition):
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System has been reset and is in RUN mode, but either
there is an obstruction in one or both of the defined areas, or the emitter and
receiver of one or both light screens are misaligned. FSD1 and FSD2 contacts are
open (de-energized). SSD relay is closed (energized).
A flashing yellow LED indicates sensor alignment. The faster the flash rate, the
more beams are made, and the fewer beams are blocked or not made. This
feature is very helpful for emitter/receiver alignment (Section 6.1). When
alignment of both light screens is correct, the green light will come ON (to join
yellow) when the obstruction is removed. If alignment is not correct, the green
light will remain OFF when the obstruction is removed.
Red, Green, and Yellow ON steadily (latching output models only):
A flashing Green LED indicates that blanking is ON. Both light screens are clear, Indicator On steady Flashing
but one or both is latched, requiring a Key Reset. (All blockages in the light
screen(s) have been removed.) Both the defined areas are clear of obstructions, Green Clear Blanking
and both emitter and receiver pairs are properly aligned. FSD1 and FSD2 contacts Red Blocked or Lockout
are open (de-energized). The SSD contact is closed (energized). Latched
Yellow Reset Alignment
Green and Yellow ON steadily: the MINI-SCREEN System has been reset and is
in RUN mode, both defined areas are clear of obstructions, and both emitter and (Visible on three sides of receiver)
receiver pairs are properly aligned. (A flashing Green LED indicates that blanking See also Figure 5, page 11
is ON). SSD, FSD1, and FSD2 contacts are closed (energized). Figure 4. Status indicator LEDs
(MINI-SCREEN receiver)
Red (only) ON and flashing: a lockout condition due to an internal MINI-SCREEN
System problem exists. SSD, FSD1, and FSD2 are all open (de-energized).
Yellow (only) ON and double-flashing: a double-flashing Yellow LED indicates a
power-up or power interrupt lockout condition. These lockouts occur in the
normal course of powering up the Dual MINI-SCREEN System or upon an
interruption of power to the System (unless Auto Power-up is ON; see page 25).
SSD, FSD1 and FSD2 contacts are open (de-energized).
Yellow (only) ON steadily: the key switch has been switched to the RESET
position at power-up. FSD1 and FSD2 contacts are open (de-energized). SSD
contact is closed (energized).

*If the TEST INPUT terminals are shorted and the defined area is clear, the Yellow
LED will be ON steadily (see Section 3.5.9).

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Relay Status
Operation Mode Normal Operation Indicator Status Trip Output Latch Output
BLOCKED CLEAR RESET Models Models
Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor*** Alarm***
Apply power to
Power Up Control Box
LOCKOUT STATE

Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm


Turn key to
RESET position

Key Reset
If Auto Power-up is ON when power is applied to the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System, the controller will perform an automatic Reset
Turn key to
after passing an internal system checkout (key Reset not needed).
RUN position Auto Power-up is discussed in Section 3.4. NOTE: A key Reset is
always required to recover from a LOCKOUT condition.

Red Green* Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm


Defined
Run area
is clear
*Green light will flash
if blanking is ON.
Red Green Yellow** FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm
Defined
Symbol Definitions
area is
Indicator OFF blocked
(TRIP or **Yellow LED will be OFF if the
LATCHED) system is powered up without
Indicator ON alignment
steadily Defined area Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm
is clear, but
Indicator
LATCHED
single-flashing
(MDSDINT-1L2 Only)
Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm
Indicator
double-flashing Internal
System
fault
(LOCKOUT)


Depending on the controller used

***NOTE: There are two auxiliary monitor contacts - one for each light screen.

Figure 5. Dual MINI-SCREEN System status indicators and associated output conditions

2.5 Diagnostic Indicator


A single-digit numeric display located on the front panel of the Dual MINI-SCREEN
control module (Figure 3) indicates an error code corresponding to the cause of a
fault (lockout) condition. Error codes are listed and interpreted in Figure 24 on
page 39.

In addition, the decimal point of the display flashes to indicate a high level of
electrical or optical interference in the area of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System. This
diagnostic feature simplifies system troubleshooting.
Under normal RUN conditions, the diagnostic indicator will display a horizontal
bar (i.e., the center segment of the display will be lit).

2.6 This Section Intentionally Left Blank

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2.7 Output Relay Operation


The Dual MINI-SCREEN System control box has three output relays plus two Auxil-
iary Monitor Relays. Refer to Figure 6, below. The three output relays are labeled
FSD1, FSD2, and SSD. The contacts of the Final Switching Device (FSD)
relays (FSD1 and FSD2) are connected to the Machine Primary Control Elements
(MPCEs) of the guarded machine. An MPCE is an electrically powered element of
the guarded machine that directly controls the machine's normal operating motion
in such a way that it is last (in time) to operate when motion is either initiated or
arrested. The Secondary Switching Device (SSD) relay contacts are connected to
the guarded machine's Machine Secondary Control Element (MSCE), an electrically
powered element of the guarded machine (independent of both MPCEs) that is ca-
pable of removing power from the prime mover of the dangerous part of the
machine in the event of a system fault. The two MPCEs must each (alone) be
capable of stopping the motion of the guarded machine in an emergency. The
opening of any FSD1, FSD2, or SSD relay contact results in the removal of power
to either an MPCE or MSCE (or both), which will stop the motion in the guarded
machine.

Any object that blocks one or more unblanked beams in either light screen will be
detected and will cause a trip condition. Output relays FSD1 and FSD2 (but not
SSD) in the control module open their contacts in response to a trip condition.

All three output relays (FSD1, FSD2, and SSD) will open their contacts in response
to any one of several lockout conditions, including component failure within the
Dual MINI-SCREEN System itself (see Control Reliability , Section 2.7). The Dual
MINI-SCREEN System automatically resets itself from a trip condition when the
object that caused the trip is removed.

There are two Auxiliary/Alarm


Monitor Relays. One relay is
assigned to each of the two light
screens. See Figure 5 for operation.
When an obstruction is sensed in
one of the light screens, the
associated monitor contact will
switch. In addition, both monitor
contacts will open for a lockout
condition. These monitor contacts
are rated only for 10VA, maximum,
and are typically used to signal light
screen activity to a process
controller. The contacts of these
relays are not for safety-related use.

Figure 6. Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN System functional schematic

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2.8 Control Reliability: Redundancy and Self-checking


Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems meet certain U.S. and international control reliability
standards for safety. Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems must reliably send a
stop signal to a guarded machine as follows:
1) The Dual MINI-SCREEN System must provide a stop signal to the guarded
machine whenever the defined area is interrupted, within 48, 60, or 72
milliseconds (depending upon sensor length; see Specifications, pages 56-57).
In order for the machinery guarded by the Dual MINI-SCREEN System to be
stopped as described, the guarded machine must be capable of stopping at any
point in its machine cycle. This means that the Dual MINI-SCREEN System
cannot be used with certain types of machinery, such as single stroke (also
known as full-revolution clutched) machinery, or any machine with
inconsistent machine response time and stopping performance. If there is any
doubt about whether or not your machinery is compatible, contact the Banner
Factory Application Engineers.
2) The Dual MINI-SCREEN System must provide a stop signal to the guarded
machine when internal component failures have occurred which compromise
the integrity of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System itself.
This type of component failure includes any internal Dual MINI-SCREEN
System failure which could prevent or delay the output relays of the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System from going to a trip, a latch or a lockout condition in response
to a situation which, in normal operation, would cause them to do so. The
ability of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System to send a stop signal even when
such a component failure has occurred depends upon its redundant design.
Redundancy requires that Dual MINI-SCREEN System circuit components be
backed up to the extent that, if the failure of any single component will prevent
effective stopping action when needed, that component must have a redundant
counterpart which will perform the same function.
The microprocessor-controlled Dual MINI-SCREEN System is designed with di-
verse redundancy. Diverse redundant components are of different designs, and
microprocessor programs used by them run from different instruction sets written
by different programmers.
Redundancy must be maintained for as long as the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is
in operation. Since a redundant system is no longer redundant once a component
has failed, Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems are designed to be continuously self-
checking. A component failure detected by or within the self-checking system
causes a stop signal to be sent to the guarded machine and puts the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System into a lockout condition.
Recovery from this type of lockout condition requires replacement of the failed
component (to restore redundancy) and a key reset. Possible causes of lockout
conditions are listed in Section 2.3. The Diagnostic Display is used to diagnose
internal causes of a lockout condition (Section 5.1).

2.9 Remote Test Input


A pair of terminals is provided (see Figure 20, page 28) for an external normally-
open switch. These terminals are labeled TEST 1 and TEST 2. Closing a switch
connected between these two terminals simulates an interruption of one of the
light screens. The device used must be capable of switching 15 to 50V dc at 20 to
100 mA. The switch must be held closed for a minimum of 0.05 seconds to
guarantee system response. This remote test input is sometimes useful for system
setup and checkout procedures.
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3. Installation and Alignment


CAUTION . . .
3.1 Appropriate Application Install System Only
on Appropriate
The Dual MINI-SCREEN System may only be used to guard machinery that is
Applications
capable of stopping motion immediately upon receiving a stop signal and at any
point in its machine cycle. In order for the machinery
guarded by the Dual MINI-
The Dual MINI-SCREEN System may not be used for the following: SCREEN System to be stopped as
With single stroke (also called full revolution) clutched machinery, as this described, that machinery must
type of machinery is incapable of stopping immediately. be capable of stopping at any
On certain other types of machinery, including any machine with inadequate or point in its machine cycle. This
inconsistent stopping response time, and any machine that ejects materials or means that the Dual MINI-
component parts through either defined area. SCREEN System cannot be used
with certain types of machinery
In any environment likely to adversely affect the efficiency of a photoelectric (see listing, at left). If there is
sensing system. For example, corrosive chemicals or fluids or unusually severe any doubt about whether or not
levels of smoke or dust, if not controlled, may degrade the efficiency of the your machinery is compatible
Dual MINI-SCREEN System. with the Dual MINI-SCREEN
As a tripping device to initiate machine motion (PSDI applications) on System, contact Banners Appli-
mechanical power presses, per OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.217. cation Engineers at the factory.

WARNING . . . Read this Section Carefully Before Installing the System


The Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN System is a point-of-operation machine guarding device. Its ability to perform
this function depends upon the appropriateness of the application and upon the Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems
proper mechanical and electrical installation and interfacing to the machine to be guarded. If all mounting, installation,
interfacing, and checkout procedures are not followed properly, the Dual MINI-SCREEN System cannot provide the protection
for which it was designed. The user has the responsibility to ensure that all local, state, and national laws, rules, codes, or
regulations relating to the installation and use of this control system in any particular application are satisfied. Extreme care
should be taken to ensure that all legal requirements have been met and that all technical installation and maintenance
instructions contained in this manual are followed. Read Section 3 of this manual (and its subsections) carefully before
installing the system. Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury or death.
The user has the sole responsibility to ensure that the Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN System is installed and interfaced to the
guarded machine by Qualified Persons in accordance with this manual and applicable safety regulations. A qualified
person is defined as a person or persons who, by possession of a recognized degree or certificate of professional training, or
who, by extensive knowledge, training, and experience, has successfully demonstrated the ability to solve problems relating to
the subject matter and work (ANSI/ASME B30.2-1983).

WARNING . . . Use of Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems for Perimeter Guarding


If a Dual MINI-SCREEN System is installed for use as a perimeter guarding system, the dangerous machine
motion must be able to be initiated following an interruption of either defined area only after actuation of a reset
switch. (This describes the normal operation of control module model MUSF-DINT-1L2, which has a Latch output.
If control module model MUSF-DINT-1T2 is used for perimeter guarding, the Machine Primary Control Elements (MPCEs) of
the guarded machine must be wired so that the trip output of the control module causes a latched response of the MPCEs. The
MPCEs must be reset only by actuation of a reset switch.
The reset switch must be located outside of, and not accessible from within, the area of dangerous motion, and must be
positioned so that the area of dangerous motion may be observed by the switch operator during the reset operation. Additional
safeguarding, as described by the ANSI B11 series of safety requirements or other appropriate standards, must be used if any
space between either defined area and any danger point is large enough to allow a person to stand undetected by the Dual
MINI-SCREEN System. Failure to observe this warning could result in serious injury or death.

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3.2 Mechanical Installation Considerations


The two factors that influence the layout of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System's
mechanical installation the most are:
separation distance, and
hard guarding.

3.2.1 Separation Distance


The Dual MINI-SCREEN System must be able to react fast enough, when a hand or
other object is inserted into the defined area, to send a stop signal to the guarded
machine which must stop the dangerous motion before the object or hand reaches
the closest reachable hazard point on the machine. The separation distance is the
minimum distance that is required between the midpoint of the defined area and
the closest reachable hazard point. The actual separation distance required depends
upon several factors, including the speed of the hand (or object), the total system
stopping time (of which there are several response time components), and the
depth penetration factor. The formula used to calculate the separation distance is:
Response Time Ds = K x (Ts + Tr ) + Dpf

Standard or where:
Heavy-Duty
Long-Range Ds = the separation distance;
Sensor Tr
Sensor K = the OSHA-recommended hand speed constant of 63" per second
Length
Length (NOTE 1, below);
114 to 610 to Ts = the overall stop time of the machine measured from the application of the
406 mm 813 mm 0.048 sec stop signal to the final ceasing of all motion (including stop times of all
(4.5" to 16") (24" to 32") relevant control elements, and measured at maximum machine velocity).
508 mm to 1016 to
See the WARNINGs (page 16), NOTE 2 (below), and the NOTICE regard-
813 mm 1626 mm 0.060 sec ing MPCEs (page 32).
(20" to 32") (40" to 64") Tr = the response time of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System. Response time
914 to varies with sensor length. See table at left. Always use the longest
1829 mm response time for the two sensor pairs in use.
1219 mm 0.072 sec
(72")
(36" to 48") Dpf = the added distance due to depth penetration factor, as prescribed in
OSHA 1910.217 and ANSI B11 standards: See table below. Note: The Dpf
value may be different for each of the two sensor pairs.

Floating Standard Long-Range Heavy-Duty


Blanking Sensors Sensors Sensors
OFF Dpf = 41 mm (1.6") Dpf = 64 mm (2.5") Dpf = 106 mm (4.2")
1-beam ON Dpf = 84 mm (3.3") Dpf = 107 mm (4.2") Dpf = 187 mm (7.4")
2-beam ON Dpf = 127 mm (5.0") Dpf = 150 mm (5.9") Dpf = 914 mm (36.0")
NOTES:
1) The OSHA-recommended hand-speed constant K has been determined by various
studies, and although these studies indicate speeds of 63"/sec to over 100"/sec, they are
not conclusive determinations. The user should consider all factors, including the
physical ability of the operator, when determining the value of K.
2) Ts is usually measured by a stop-time measuring device. If the specified machine stop
time is used, we recommend that at least 20% be added as a safety factor to account
for clutch/brake system deterioration.
3) Use of floating blanking will always cause the required Dpf to increase.
4) Dpf = 3.4" (S - 0.276) where S = Minimum Object Sensitivity
(per ANSI B11.1 and OSHA 1910.217).
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WARNING. . .
Banner Dual MINI-
Separation SCREEN System
Distance (Ds) emitters and receivers
must be mounted at a distance from
moving machine parts that is
Separation determined by OSHA standards
Distance (Ds) found in Section 1910.217
(c)(3)(iii)(e). Failure to establish
and maintain the required separa-
tion distance exactly as described
in Section 3.2 of the Dual MINI-
SCREEN manual could result in
serious injury or death.

WARNING . . .
Include the stop time
of all relevant
devices and controls
in your calculations.
Figure 7. Separation distance The measurement of stop time (Ts)
must include the response time of
Example: Separation Distance (Ds) Calculation all devices or controls that react to
stop the machine. If all devices are
The following is an example showing how to use the formula from page 15 to not included, the calculated safety
calculate the safety distance (Ds). These numbers will be used for the variables distance (Ds) will be too short. This
in the formula: can lead to serious injury or death.
K = 63" per second (the hand speed constant set by OSHA)
Ts = 0.250 second (the total stop time of the example machine, specified by
machine manufacturer)
CAUTION . . .
Tr = 0.048, 0.060, or 0.072 second (the specified response time of the Dual Floating blanking in-
MINI-SCREEN System; see page 15 or Specifications, pages 53-54.) creases Dpf

This example will assume use of one 24" and one 48" MINI-SCREEN emitter Increase the penetration factor to
and receiver pair, each with 30' range. From the table on page 15, the value for calculate the separation distance
Dual MINI-SCREEN System response is Tr = 0.060 seconds for the 24" sensors whenever floating blanking is used.
and Tr = 0.072 seconds for the 48" sensors. The longer of the two times, 0.072
seconds, is used in the formula. Always turn floating blanking OFF
when the larger minimum object
This example will also assume the use of 2-beam floating blanking on both detection size is not required.
light screens, which requires the depth penetration factor Dpf = 5 for both light
screens, as indicated in the table on page 15. Substitute these numbers into
the safety distance formula, as follows:
Ds = K x (Ts + Tr) + Dpf
Ds = 63 x (0.250 x 1.2* + 0.072) + 5 = 28"
Therefore, in this example, both MINI-SCREEN emitter and receiver pairs must
be mounted such that no part of the defined area will be closer than 28" to the
closest reachable hazard point on the guarded machine.
*20% safety factor (see NOTE 2 on page 15)

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WARNING. . . 3.2.2 Hard Guarding


The point of ANSI B11.1-1988, E6.3.2 (14) requires that all areas of entry to the point of
operation must be operation not protected by the presence-sensing device shall be otherwise safe-
accessible only guarded. The hazard point must be accessible only through the defined areas.
through the defined areas. This means that mechanical barriers (screens, bars, etc.), or supplemental
Mechanical barriers (screens, bars, presence-sensing devices (supplemental guarding) must be installed, wherever
etc.), or supplemental presence needed, to prevent any person from reaching around, under, or over either defined
sensing devices (supplemental area and into the hazard point, and to prevent any person from standing between
guarding) must be installed, wherev- either defined area and the hazard point (see OSHA 1910.212). The use of
er needed, to prevent any person mechanical barriers for this purpose is called hard guarding (see the WARNING
from reaching around, under, or over on the left and the hard guarding example, below).
either defined area and into the point There must be no gaps between the hard guarding and the edges of the defined
of operation, and also to prevent any areas. Also, OSHA specifies a relationship between the distance of the hard guard
person from entering the space barrier from the point of operation and the maximum allowable size of openings in
between either defined area and the that barrier (see OSHA 1910.217, Table O-10). Openings in the hard guard material
point of operation. (See OSHA must meet OSHA criteria.
1910.212). The use of mechanical
barriers for this purpose is called
hard guarding. There must be no
gaps between the hard guarding and
the edges of the defined areas.
Openings in the hard guard material
must meet OSHA criteria (see OSHA
1910.217, Table O-10).

Additional safeguarding, as
described by the ANSI B11 series
of safety requirements or other
appropriate standards, must be
used if the space between either
defined area and the nearest dan-
ger point is large enough to allow a
person to stand undetected by the
Dual MINI-SCREEN System.

Figure 8. Example of Hard Guarding

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3.2.2.1 Pass-Through Hazards WARNING . . .


Use of MINI-SCREEN
A pass-through hazard is associated with applications where personnel may Systems for
pass through a safeguard (at which point the hazard stops or is removed), and Perimeter Guarding
then may continue into the hazardous area. Subsequently, their presence is no
longer detected, and the safeguard can not prevent the start or restart of the If a MINI-SCREEN System is
installed for perimeter guarding,
machine. The related danger is the unexpected start or restart of the machine the system MUST require
while personnel are within the hazardous area. actuation of a Reset switch
In the use of safety light screens, a pass-through hazard typically results from before initiating the dangerous
large separation/safety distances calculated from long stopping times, large machine motion following an
interruption of the defined area.
minimum object sensitivities, reach over, reach through, or other installation
considerations. A pass-through hazard can be generated with as little as 75mm If a MINI-SCREEN System is used
(3") between the defined area and the machine frame or hard guarding. for perimeter guarding, the
Reducing or Eliminating Pass-Through Hazards Machine Primary Control Elements
Measures must be taken to eliminate or reduce pass-through hazards. One (MPCEs) of the guarded machine
must be wired so that the FSD
solution is to ensure that personnel are continually sensed while within the
outputs of the control box cause
hazardous area. This can be accomplished by using supplemental safeguarding, a latched response of the
including: safety mats, area scanners, and horizontally mounted safety light MPCEs. The MPCEs must be
screens. While it is recommended to eliminate the pass-through hazard reset only by actuation of a Reset
altogether, this may not be possible due to cell or machine layout, machine switch.
capabilities, or other application considerations.
The Reset switch must be
An alternate method is to ensure that once the safeguarding device is tripped it located outside of, and not be
will latch, and require a deliberate manual action to reset. This type of accessible from within, the area
supplemental safeguarding relies upon the location of the Reset switch as well as of dangerous motion, and it must
safe work practices and procedures to prevent an unexpected start or restart of be positioned so that the area of
the guarded machine. dangerous motion may be
observed by the switch operator
The Reset switch or actuating control must be positioned outside the guarded during the reset operation.
area, and provide the switch operator with a full unobstructed view of the entire
guarded area and any associated hazards as the Reset is performed. The Reset Additional safeguarding, as
switch or actuating control must not be reachable from within the guarded area described by the ANSI B11 series
and must be protected (through the use of rings or guards) against unauthorized of safety requirements or other
or inadvertent operation. A key-actuated Reset switch provides some operator appropriate standards, must be
control, as it can be removed by the operator and taken into the guarded area. used if any space between either
However, this does not prevent unauthorized or inadvertent Resets due to spare defined area and any danger point
keys in the possession of others, or additional personnel entering the is large enough to allow a person
to stand undetected by the MINI-
safeguarded area unnoticed.
SCREEN System. Failure to
The Reset of a safeguard must not initiate hazardous motion. Also, before each observe this warning could result
Reset of the safeguard is performed, safe work procedures require that a start-up in serious bodily injury or death.
procedure be followed and that the individual verifies that the entire hazardous
area is clear of all personnel. If any areas can not be observed from the Reset
switch location, additional supplemental safeguarding must be used: at
minimum, visual and audible warnings of machine start-up.

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WARNING . . . 3.2.3 Emitter and Receiver Orientation


Proper Orientation It is absolutely necessary that each emitter and receiver pair are mounted perfectly
of System Emitters parallel to each other and aligned in a common plane with both cable ends pointing
and Receivers in the same direction. Never mount an emitter with its cable end oriented opposite
Each emitter and receiver pair of to the cable end of its receiver. If the emitter and receiver cable ends are oriented
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System opposite to each other, there will be voids in the light screen through which objects
must be installed with their cor- can pass undetected (see Figure 10a).
responding ends (either cabled
ends or non-cabled ends) point- An emitter and receiver pair may be oriented in a vertical plane, in a horizontal
ing in the same direction (i.e. plane, or at any angle between horizontal and vertical. However, the cable ends
both cabled ends up, both ca- must always point in the same direction. Always be certain that each light screen
bled ends down, etc.). Failure to completely covers all access to the hazard point which is not already protected by
do this will impair the perfor-
hard guarding or other supplemental guarding.
mance of the Dual MINI-SCREEN
System and result in incomplete
guarding; see Figure 10a. Failure
to observe this warning could
result in serious injury or death.

c) Orientated parallel to
a) Both cable ends down b) Both cable ends up floor with both cable
ends pointing in the
same direction

Figure 9. Examples of correct emitter and receiver orientation

a) Cable ends pointing in opposite b) Emitter and receiver not parallel to


directions. each other.
Problem: Voids in defined area. Problem: Reduced excess gain

Figure 10. Examples of incorrect emitter and receiver orientation

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3.2.4 Adjacent Reflective Surfaces WARNING . . .


A reflective surface located adjacent to a defined area may deflect one or more Installation Near
beams of the light screen around an object which is in the defined area. In the Reflective Surfaces
worst case, an object may pass through the defined area undetected. A highly reflective surface (such as
a shiny machine surface or a shiny
A reflective surface may be a part of the machine or the workpiece and may workpiece) may reflect sensing
include shiny metal or plastic or surfaces with glossy paint. Where possible, light around an object in the
reflective surfaces which are adjacent to the defined area should be roughened or defined area, preventing that
covered with a dull material. Where this is not possible (as with a reflective object from being detected. This
workpiece), the sensor mounting should include a means of restricting the field of potentially dangerous condition is
view of the receiver or the spread of the light from the emitter. discovered using the trip test as
described in the Initial Checkout
Beams deflected by reflective surfaces are discovered during the initial checkout
Procedure (Section 3.5.5), the Align-
procedure (Section 3.5.5), the final alignment and checkout procedure (Section
ment Procedure (Section 6.1), and
6.1), and also by the periodic checkout procedures (Sections 6.2, 6.3, and 6.4).
the periodic checkout
When this condition is discovered, eliminate the problem reflection(s): procedures (Sections 6.2, 6.3,
and 6.4).
If possible, relocate the sensors to move the curtain of light beams away
from the reflective surface(s). If relocating the sensors, be careful to retain at See text at left for solutions to this
least the required separation distance (Section 3.2.1). condition.

Otherwise, paint, mask, or roughen the interfering shiny surface to reduce


its reflectivity.
Use the trip test to verify that these changes have eliminated the problem
reflection(s). If the workpiece is especially reflective and comes close to the light
screen, perform the trip test with the shiny workpiece in place.

3.2.5 Use of Corner Mirrors WARNING . . .


MINI-SCREEN sensors may be used with one or more corner mirrors. The use of Avoid Retroreflective
corner mirrors somewhat reduces the maximum specified emitter/receiver Installation
separation. Corner mirrors and stands are available from Banner. See page 45 for The Dual MINI-SCREEN System is
more information. not designed for use in a retroreflec-
tive mode where the sensors are
mounted adjacent to each other and
the light from the emitter is bounced
back directly to the receiver by a
mirror or other reflective surface.
Emitter Mirror
Never use MINI-SCREEN sensors in
a retroreflective mode, as
illustrated in Figure 11. Sensing is
A
unreliable in this mode and could
45 < A < 120 result in serious injury or death.

Receiver

Figure 11. Never use the MINI-SCREEN Sensors in a retroreflective mode.

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a) Two sensor pairs


in a horizontal plane.

b) Two sensor pairs stacked.

c) Two sensor pairs at right angles.

Figure 12. Installation of adjacent sensor pairs; alternate emitters and receivers to
avoid optical crosstalk.

3.2.6 Installation of Adjacent Sensor Pairs


Whenever two or more sensor pairs are adjacent to one another, there is potential
for optical crosstalk to take place between pairs. This potential for crosstalk exists
for adjacent sensor pairs connected to different light screen systems or to the
same Dual MINI-SCREEN System. To minimize optical crosstalk, it is recommend-
ed to alternate emitters and receivers, as shown in Figure 12.

When three or more sensor pairs (e.g., from multiple systems) are installed in a
horizontal plane, (as shown for two pairs in Figure 12a), optical crosstalk may
occur between those sensor pairs whose emitter and receiver lenses are orientated
in the same direction. In this situation, optical crosstalk may be controlled by
mounting these sensor pairs exactly in line with each other within the same plane,
or by adding a mechanical light barrier between the pairs.

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3.3 Mounting Procedure


M4 x 10 mm
Sensor Mounting Slotted Hex Head
with Compression
Banner MINI-SCREEN emitters and receivers Washer (2)
are small, lightweight, and easy to handle dur-
ing mounting. The mounting brackets
(supplied) allow 30 rotation.

From a common point of reference, make


measurements to locate the emitter and
Mounting
receiver in the same plane with their midpoints Surface
directly opposite each other. Mount the emitter
and receiver brackets using the vibration
Mounting
isolators and M4 Keps nuts (all supplied). See Bracket
Figure 13. Standard #8-32 bolts may be sub-
M4 Keps
stituted (and the vibration isolators eliminated) Nut (8)
in situations where the emitter and receiver
are not subjected to shock or vibration forces.
While the internal circuits of the emitter and
receiver are able to withstand heavy impulse Emitter or
forces, the vibration isolators dampen impulse receiver

forces and prevent possible damage due to


resonant vibration of the emitter or receiver
assembly.

Mechanical Alignment
Mount the emitter and receiver in their
brackets and position the red lenses of the two
units directly facing each other. Important: Anti-Vibration
The connector ends of both sensors must Mount (4)
point in the same direction (see drawings
Studs: M4 x 0.7
and WARNING, page 18). Measure from one 9.5 mm (0.38 in) long
or more reference planes (e.g. the building Mounting
Bracket
floor) to the same point(s) on the emitter and
receiver to verify their mechanical alignment. If Washer
the sensors are positioned exactly vertical or
horizontal to the floor, a carpenters level is Nut
useful for checking alignment. A straightedge
or a string extended between the sensors also Figure 13. MINI-SCREEN emitter and receiver mounting hardware
helps with positioning. Also check by eye for
line-of-sight alignment. Make any necessary
final mechanical adjustments, and hand-tight-
en the bracket hardware. A detailed alignment
procedure is given in Section 6.1.

The defined area of a MINI-SCREEN sensor is


marked by two arrows on its lens side. The
defined area is also specified by dimensions
X and Y in Figure 15 on the next page. If
corner mirrors are used the center of the
length of the defined area must be aligned
with the center of the length of the mirrors
reflective area (see Figure 27, page 45).
Figure 14. MINI-SCREEN emitter and receiver mounting bracket dimensions.

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a.) With mounting bracket flanges "out" b.) With mounting bracket flanges "in"

Figure 15. Emitter and receiver mounting dimensions and location of defined area

Housing Length Distance Between Bracket Holes Defined Area


Models* L1 L2 L3 X Y
MSE424 emitter
6.0" 153 mm 7.4" 188 mm 5.1" 130 mm 1.1" 28 mm 4.5" 114 mm
MSR424 receiver
MSE824 emitter
10.0" 254 mm 11.3" 287 mm 9.1" 231 mm 1.1" 28 mm 8.5" 215 mm
MSR824 receiver
MSE1224 emitter
14.0" 356 mm 15.3" 389 mm 13.1" 333 mm 1.2" 30 mm 12" 305 mm
MSR1224 receiver
MSE1624 emitter
18.0" 457 mm 19.3" 490 mm 17.1" 434 mm 1.2" 30 mm 16" 406 mm
MSR1624 receiver
MSE2024 emitter
22.0" 558 mm 23.3" 592 mm 21.1" 536 mm 1.2" 30 mm 20" 508 mm
MSR2024 receiver
MSE2424 emitter
26.0" 659 mm 27.3" 693 mm 25.1" 637 mm 1.2" 30 mm 24" 610 mm
MSR2424 receiver
MSE2824 emitter
30.0" 761 mm 31.3" 795 mm 29.1" 739 mm 1.3" 33 mm 28" 711 mm
MSR2824 receiver
MSE3224 emitter
33.9" 862 mm 35.3" 896 mm 33.0" 838 mm 1.3" 33 mm 32" 813 mm
MSR3224 receiver
MSE3624 emitter
37.9" 963 mm 39.3" 998 mm 37.0" 940 mm 1.3" 33 mm 36" 914 mm
MSR3624 receiver
MSE4024 emitter
41.9" 1064 mm 43.3" 1100 mm 41.0" 1041 mm 1.3" 33 mm 40" 1016 mm
MSR4024 receiver
MSE4424 emitter
45.9" 1166 mm 47.3" 1201 mm 45.0" 1143 mm 1.3" 33 mm 44" 1118mm
MSR4424 receiver
MSE4824 emitter
49.9" 1267 mm 51.2" 1300 mm 49.0" 1245 mm 1.3" 33 mm 48" 1219 mm
MSR4824 receiver
*Dimensions are the same for XL, 60-foot range models; for heavy-duty models, refer to data sheet or your current Banner Safety
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Routing the Cables


Connect the shielded cables to the emitter and receiver and route them (per local
wiring code for low-voltage dc control cables) to the control module mounting
location. The same cable type is used for both emitter and receiver (four cables
required per system). Cables may be cut to length at the time of installation.
Emitter and receiver cable lengths may not exceed 50' (each). Do not trim the
cables until you are certain that you have routed all cables properly. The cable
braid at the control module connection points may be either removed or twisted
together with the drain wire (see page 28).

Control Module Mounting


Mount the Dual MINI-SCREEN System control module inside a lockable enclosure
which as a minimum rating of NEMA 3 (IP54). The control module may be
mounted onto standard 35 mm DIN rail or may instead be mounted directly to the
backplate of the lockable enclosure, using the supplied hardware.

The Dual MINI-SCREEN control module should be configured before initial


checkout and use. Control module configuration is done at the two banks of DIP
switches located along the edge of the controller board (see Figure 18).

Key Reset Switch Mounting Figure 16. Quick-Disconnect cable


The key reset switch mounts through a 19 mm (0.75") diameter hole (see Figure clearance dimensions
19). Wires for connecting the key reset switch to the control module are user-
supplied (also see Section 3.5.1).

110.0 mm
(4.33")

149.0 mm
(5.87 ") 83.8 mm
(3.30")

7.4 mm 134.2 mm
(0.29") (5.28") Combo Head (Phillips/Slotted) Screws
M3.5 x 0.6 mm x 14 mm (2) (#6 x 0.5" equivalent) (Supplied)
M3.5 mm Washers (2) (#6 equivalent) (Supplied)
M3.5 mm x 0.6 mm Nuts (2) (36 equivalent) (Supplied)
Recommended torque is 16 in-lbs on mounting screws

35.0 mm
60.8 mm (1.38")
(2.40") DIN Mounting Slot

7.1 mm DIN Mounting Tab


(Supplied) Slot for Screws (2)
(0.28") M3.5 x 0.6 mm (2)

Figure 17. Control module dimensions and mounting hole locations

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3.4 Controller Module Configuration


Auto Power-up The parameters to be manually configured are:
1-Beam Floating Blanking
2-Beam Screen 1 Bank
1-Beam Floating Blanking
"B"
Floating blanking: 1-beam, 2-beam or OFF.
2-Beam Screen 2

Auto Power-up: ON or OFF.


Screen 2 Alignment LED

Diagnostic Display ON OFF


NOTE: The factory setting for both parameters is OFF.
Screen 1 Alignment LED Because it has redundant microprocessors, the controller module has two identical
Steady Flashing
Blocked or Lockout
DIP switch banks (bank A and bank B) which must be set identically. Failure to set
Latched
Clear Blanking
Status both banks identically will cause a lockout condition when power is applied to the
LEDs
Reset Power-up control box. Power to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System must always be OFF when
changing switch settings. Changing switch settings with power ON will cause a
lockout condition. A switch pushed to the left is ON; a switch pushed to the right is
Auto Power-up
1-Beam
OFF. Set the configuration switches as follows:
Floating Blanking
2-Beam Screen 1 Bank
"A"
1-Beam
2-Beam
Floating Blanking
Screen 2 Floating Blanking ON or OFF
Locate the floating blanking (FB) configuration switches in bank A and B (see
Figure 18). Set the switches identically at banks A and B. Be aware of the differ-
Figure 18. Controller configuration switches ence in minimum object sensitivity, penetration factor, and required light screen
separation distance between the settings (refer to Sections 2.1 and 3.2.1). Floating
blanking causes the Dual MINI-SCREEN System to ignore multiple objects of up to
the size listed in the table, below.

NOTE: Both 1 & 2 beam floating blanking switches set to ON will cause a lockout.

Maximum Size of Minimum Object


Sensor Type Floating Blanking Undetected Objects Sensitivity
OFF (Not applicable) 19.1 mm (0.75")
Standard
1-beam 7.6 mm (0.30")* 32 mm (1.25")
9 m (30') range
2-beam 20.3 mm (0.80")* 44.5 mm (1.75")
OFF (Not applicable) 25.4 mm (1.00")
Long-Range
1-beam 3.8 mm (0.15")* 38.1 mm (1.50")
18 m (60') range
2-beam 16.5 mm (0.65")* 50.8 mm (2.00")
OFF (Not applicable) 38 mm (1.5")
Heavy-Duty
1-beam 15 mm (0.6")* 62 mm (2.45")
18 m (60') range
2-beam 40 mm (1.6")* 89 mm (3.5")

*NOTE: The size listed assumes that those objects move exactly perpendicular to the plane
of the light beams.

Auto Power-up Feature ON or OFF


Locate the Auto Power-up (AP) configuration switch (see Figure 18) in banks A
and B. If Auto Power-up is ON (switches pushed to the left) when power is applied
to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System, the controller will automatically reset after con-
ducting and passing an internal system checkout. If the switches are OFF (pushed
to the right), this initial reset is manual (via the key reset switch). Regardless of the
setting of this switch, a key reset is always necessary to recover from an internal
lockout condition. To select Auto Power-up, remove the protective coating on both
switches and push them to the ON position. The switches must be set identically at
banks A and B.
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3.5 Electrical Hookup and Checkouts WARNING . . .


Proper Electrical
Make the electrical connections in the order that they are presented in Sections
Hookup Is Imperative
3.5.1 through 3.5.9.
Electrical hookup must be made
The following wiring connections are made to the control module: by qualified personnel, and must
Key reset switch comply with NEC (National Electri-
System power cal Code) and local standards.
Output relay connections (FSD1, FSD2, and SSD)
Auxiliary Monitor Relay connections (optional) Make no more connections to the
Remote test device (optional) Dual MINI-SCREEN System than
are described in Sections 3.5.1
Note that the wiring barriers on the module can accept conductors no larger than through 3.5.7 of this manual.
#12AWG. Also, the wires used should have an insulation temperature rating of at Connection of other wiring or
least 90C (194F). equipment to the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System could result in
3.5.1 Key Reset Switch Hookup serious injury or death.

The key reset switch (supplied with the control module) must be positioned at a
location that provides the switch operator with an unobstructed view of the
entire defined area. The switch mounts through a 19 mm (0.75") diameter hole WARNING . . .
(Figure 19). Reset Switch
Location
Wire is supplied by the user. Shielded cable and/or separate, grounded conduit is
recommended. The wires from the key reset switch connect to terminals 11 and 12 The Key Reset switch, or any
of the control module (Figure 20). additional Reset switch(es), must
be accessible only from outside,
For control module model MUSF-DINT-1L2: and in full view of, the hazardous
Because the key reset switch is used to reset the latch, its mounting location is area. The Reset switch must be out
critical. It must be mounted outside of the guarded area, and in a location which of reach from within the
provides an unobstructed view of the entire guarded area, including all danger safeguarded space, and must be
points. In addition, it must NOT be possible to reach the key reset switch from protected against unauthorized or
inside the guarded area. inadvertent operation (e.g., through
the use of rings or guards). If any
areas are not visible from the Reset
switch(es), additional means of
safeguarding must be provided.

Figure 19. Mounting the Dual MINI-SCREEN key reset switch

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SSD FSD2 FSD1 +24 dc PE Emitter and Receiver Cable


V dc Com
Preparation
Trim braided shield flush
27 28 29 30 36 37 50 51 52 with cable
Trim foil shield flush
with cable

MINI-SCREEN DUAL CONTROLLER


MODEL NO. MUSF-DINT-1T2 or -1L2 !
CAUTION WARNING Uninsulated
LISTED
Presence
Sensing
Device
Shock hazard may exist. For control reliable
operation always follow the drain wire
Cable Color Code
instructions in the manual.
10Y8
0466
Color Description
Screen 1 Alignment Blocked or Latched Lockout
Diagnostic Diagnostic Display Clear Blanking Brown = +12V dc
Chart on
Reverse Side Screen 2 Alignment Reset Power-up Blue = Common
STEADY FLASHING White = T/R
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Black = T/R
Uninsulated = Drain
NOTE:
The drain wire is the uninsulated
stranded wire which runs between the
braided shield and the foil shield. The
1 2 4 5 8 9 11 12 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 foil shield should be removed at the
point where the wires exit the cable.
The braided shield may be either
Aux 2 Aux 1 Test 1 Test 2 Key 1 Key 2 +12V COM T/R T/R DRAIN +12V COM T/R T/R DRAIN removed or twisted together with the
or or dc dc
Alarm 2 Alarm 1
drain wire for connection to wiring
SCREEN 2 SCREEN 1 terminals 20 and 26.

Figure 20. Dual MINI-SCREEN System electrical connections

3.5.3 Emitter and Receiver Hookup


Emitter and receiver cables for Light Screen #1 connect in parallel to wiring barrier
terminals 16 through 20. Similarly, the emitter and receiver cables for Light Screen
#2 connect in parallel to barrier terminals 22 through 26. Only the use of Banner
QDC Series cables (see page 55) can ensure reliable communication of data
between the controller and the sensors. Match the color-coded terminals of wiring
barrier to colors of the wires in each 5-conductor cable. Double-check your
wiring. Incorrect wiring can lead to component damage. There are no user ad-
justments or connections inside the MINI-SCREEN sensors themselves.

NOTE: The Dual MINI-SCREEN System will operate only when two emitter/receiver
pairs are connected. A lockout condition will result from connection of only one
sensor pair.

3.5.4 System Power (temporary connection)


The system is powered by 24V dc 15% at 2.5 amps.

As shown in Figure 23 (page 33), the power supply lines to the control module
connect through the MPCE monitor contacts of the guarded machine. However, do
not wire to the MPCEs at this time. Instead, temporarily connect power directly to
the control module. Connect earth ground at terminal 52. This will allow the Dual
MINI-SCREEN System to be checked out, by itself, before permanent power con-
nections through the guarded machines monitor contacts are made. Permanent
power connection will be made after Dual MINI-SCREEN System initial checkout,
and is covered in Section 3.5.7.

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3.5.5 Dual MINI-SCREEN System Initial Checkout


This initial checkout procedure must be performed by a Qualified Person
(see WARNING, page 14). It must be done after connecting the emitters and
receivers (Section 3.5.1) and temporary power (Section 3.5.2) is applied to the
Dual MINI-SCREEN control module, but before the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is
connected to the machine to be guarded.
This initial checkout procedure must be performed by a Qualified Person:
To ensure proper installation when the system is first installed, and
To ensure proper system function whenever any maintenance or modification
is performed on the system or on the machinery being guarded by the
system. (See Section 4.2 for a schedule of required checkouts.)

Relay Status
Operation Mode Normal Operation Indicator Status Trip Output Latch Output
BLOCKED CLEAR RESET Models Models
Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor*** Alarm***
Apply power to
Power Up Control Box
LOCKOUT STATE

Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm


Turn key to
RESET position

Key Reset
If Auto Power-up is ON when power is applied to the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System, the controller will perform an automatic Reset
Turn key to
after passing an internal system checkout (key Reset not needed).
RUN position Auto Power-up is discussed in Section 3.4. NOTE: A key Reset is
always required to recover from a LOCKOUT condition.

Red Green* Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm


Defined
Run area
is clear
*Green light will flash
if blanking is ON.
Red Green Yellow** FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm
Defined
Symbol Definitions
area is
Indicator OFF blocked
(TRIP or **Yellow LED will be OFF if the
LATCHED) system is powered up without
Indicator ON alignment
steadily Defined area Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm
is clear, but
Indicator
LATCHED
single-flashing
(MDSDINT-1L2 Only)
Red Green Yellow FSD1 FSD2 SSD Aux. Monitor Alarm
Indicator
double-flashing Internal
System
fault
(LOCKOUT)


Depending on the controller used

***NOTE: There are two auxiliary monitor contacts - one for each light screen.

Figure 21. Operating Status LED conditions. Status indicators are located on the control module and on the receivers.

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INITIAL CHECKOUT PROCEDURE:

The Dual MINI-SCREEN System has three operating modes: POWER UP, KEY
RESET, and RUN. Monitor the three status LEDs (red, yellow, and green, on the
control module front panel or the receiver) and refer to Figure 21.

1) Enter POWER UP mode by applying power to the control module. With Auto
Power-up OFF, the System will power up in a lockout condition (yellow
status LED only will double-flash). With Auto Power-up ON, the System will
automatically enter RUN mode (step 3).

2) Enter KEY RESET mode by turning the key to the RESET position. The yellow
panel LED will go ON.

Hold the switch in the RESET position for at least one-half second. This allows
time for the microprocessors to run a startup diagnostic check routine.

3) Enter RUN mode by turning the key from the RESET position to the RUN
position.

If the red status LED (only) lights and flashes when the system is placed in
RUN mode, an internal lockout condition exists. Refer to Section 5.1 to deter-
mine the cause of the lockout.

If the red and yellow status LEDs come ON, one (or both) defined area is not
clear (one or more light beams are obstructed) or one (or both) light screen is
misaligned. This is a trip condition (for control module MUSF-DINT-1L2, this
is a latch condition). If this occurs, check the defined areas for obstruction(s).
The red LED will be ON. One or both yellow Screen Alignment indicators on
the control box will be flashing to indicate the relative number of made
(cleared) light beams; the faster the flash rate, the more beams are made.

If the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is properly aligned and the blanking


switches are properly set and all obstructing objects are removed from the de-
fined area, the green and yellow status LEDs should come ON after step #3
has been performed (the green LED will flash if blanking is ON, but the yellow
status LED should be ON steadily). If you are setting up the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System for the first time, or if the green and yellow status LEDs do
not come ON in step #3, perform the alignment procedure below.

Adjusting the Light Screen Alignment


If the red and yellow status LEDs are ON and there is no obstruction in either
defined area, then one or both light screen(s) is misaligned. Monitor the
yellow indicator LEDs on the receiver(s) and the two yellow Alignment
indicators on the control module (one for each light screen) to determine the
alignment status. If the light screen is aligned, the LEDs will be ON steady. If
the alignment is inadequate, the LEDs will be flashing; the faster the flash, the
better the alignment. Rotate and/or tip the emitter and receiver until the LEDs
come ON steady.

When you are certain that the emitter and receiver are aligned properly,
tighten all emitter and receiver hardware in position and repeat steps #1-3,
above.

4) Next, trip test the Dual MINI-SCREEN for object detection capability using
the specified test pieces supplied with the control box. To perform the trip
test, the key switch must be in the RUN position, the yellow status LED must
be ON steadily, and the green status LED must either be ON steadily (to
indicate blanking OFF) or flashing (to indicate blanking ON).
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Figure 22. Dual MINI-SCREEN System Trip Test

The Dual MINI-SCREEN control box includes six specified test pieces. Select the
proper test piece based on system configuration, per the following chart:

Appropriate Test Pieces for Trip Test


Standard Long-Range Heavy-Duty
Floating
(30' Range) (60' Range) (60' Range)
Blanking
Emitters and Emitters and Emitters and
Program
Receivers Receivers Receivers
19.1 mm (0.75") dia. 25.4 mm (1.00") dia. 38.1 mm (1.50") dia.
OFF
Model STP-2 Model STP-7 Model STP-1
31.8 mm (1.25") dia. 38.1 mm (1.50") dia. 62 mm (2.45") dia.
1-beam ON
Model STP-4 Model STP-1 Model STP-12
44.5 mm (1.75") dia. 50.8 mm (2.00") dia. 89 mm (3.5") dia.
2-beam ON
Model STP-3 Model STP-8 Model STP-10
NOTE: Light Screen 1 and Light Screen 2 may be configured independently and,
therefore, may require different test pieces.

Slowly pass the specified test piece down the length of the defined area of one of
the light screens at three points: close to the receiver column, close to the emitter
column, and midway between the emitter and receiver columns (Figure 22). In
each case, the red status indicator should come ON and remain ON for as long as
the test piece is within the defined area. When the test piece is withdrawn from the
defined area, the green status indicator should come ON. If the green indicator
comes ON at any time when the test piece is within the defined area, check for
reflective surfaces, and correct the problem. Repeat this procedure for the second
light screen.

For Controller MUSF-DINT-1L2:


After performing the trip test, perform a key reset to reset the latch.

If the Dual MINI-SCREEN System passes all of the checks in Section 3.5.3, go
on to Section 3.5.4.

If the Dual MINI-SCREEN System fails any of these checks, do not attempt to
use it until the reason for the failure(s) is identified and the failures are corrected.

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3.5.6 Output Relay Connections CAUTION. . .


Output relay connections are made at the FSD1 (Final Switching Device 1), Electrical shock hazard ex-
FSD2 (Final Switching Device 2 ), and SSD (Secondary Switching Device) ter- ists when the Dual
minals on the control module (Figure 23). These relays are energized (contacts MINI-SCREEN System
closed) in normal operation with no obstructions in the defined area. All relays control module is connected to the
become de-energized (their contacts open) in a lockout condition. Relays FSD1 guarded machine. Use extreme caution
and FSD2 (only) de-energize in a trip or latch condition. Before continuing, read to avoid electrical shock at all times.
NOTICE regarding MPCEs, below, right. Always disconnect all power from the
Dual MINI-SCREEN System and the
The FSD1 output relay connects to Machine Primary Control Element #1 guarded machine before making any
(MPCE 1) on the guarded machine. MPCE 1 is an electrically powered element connections or replacing any
of the guarded machine that directly controls the normal operating motion of component.
the machine in such a way that it is last (in time) to operate when motion is
either initiated or arrested. The output contact of relay FSD1 must be connect-
ed, as shown in Figure 23, to control power to Machine Primary Control WARNING. . .
Element #1. The switching capacity of relay FSD1 is 250V ac max., 4 amps The output relays of the
max. (resistive load). Dual MINI-SCREEN
System must be the final
The FSD2 output relay connects to Machine Primary Control Element #2 switching devices for the machinery
(MPCE 2) on the guarded machine. MPCE 2 is an electrically powered element being guarded. Never wire an
of the guarded machine (in a different control path than MPCE 1) that directly intermediate device (for example, a
controls the normal operating motion of the guarded machine in such a way programmable logic controller - PLC),
that it is last (in time) to operate when machine motion is either initiated or other than a safety relay, between
arrested. The output contact of relay FSD2 must be connected, as shown in either FSD and the machine control
Figure 23, to control power to Machine Primary Control Element #2. The element is switches (Reference ANSI
switching capacity of relay FSD2 is 250V ac max., 4 amps max. (resistive load). B11.1-1988. Appendix B4). To do so
could result in serious injury or death.
Many different types of mechanisms are used to arrest dangerous machine
motion. Examples include mechanical braking systems, clutch mechanisms, Connection of the output relays to the
and combinations of brakes and clutches. Additionally, control of the arresting guarded machine must be direct and
scheme may be hydraulic or pneumatic. must produce immediate stopping
action.
As a result, MPCEs may be of several control types, including a wide variety of
contactors and electromechanical valves. If your machine documentation leaves
any doubt about the proper connection points for the Dual MINI-SCREEN NOTICE regarding MPCEs
System output relay contacts, do not make any connections. Contact the
machine builder for clarification regarding connections to the MPCEs and Each of the two Machine Primary Control
MSCE. Elements (MPCE 1 and MPCE 2) must be
capable of immediately stopping the
The SSD output relay connects to the Machine Secondary Control Element dangerous machine motion, irrespective
(MSCE) on the guarded machine. The MSCE is an electrically powered element of the state of the other. These two
of the guarded machine (independent of the MPCEs) that is capable of remov- channels of machine control need not be
ing power from the prime mover of the dangerous part of the machine in the identical, but the stop time performance
event of an emergency. The output contacts of the SSD relay must be connect- of the machine (Ts, used to calculate the
ed, as shown in Figure 23, to the Machine Secondary Control Element such separation distance) must take into
that, if a lockout condition occurs, the motive power will be removed from the account the slower of the two channels.
machine. The switching capacity of the SSD relay is 250V ac max., 4 amps
max. (resistive load). Some machines offer only one primary
control element. For such machines, it is
necessary to duplicate the circuit of the
single MPCE to add a second machine
primary control element (per ANSI B11,
Section 5.5 Control Reliability). Refer to
Figure 23 (page 33) or consult the
machine manufacturer for additional
information.

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Figure 23 (below) shows output relay connections in a generic interfacing


WARNING. . . situation. The connections between the Dual MINI-SCREEN System outputs and
Use of Trip Output the machine primary and secondary control elements must be direct, and arranged
Dual MINI-SCREEN so that any single line fault or earth fault will not result in a circuit failure to a po-
Systems for tentially dangerous state.
Perimeter Guarding
L (V ac)
If a Dual MINI-SCREEN System is or Control Module MDSDINT-1T2 (Trip Output) or
N (V ac)
or
installed for use as a perimeter + (V dc)
Control Module MDSDINT-1L2 (Latch Output) common (V dc)
guarding system, the dangerous
machine motion must be able to be
initiated following an interruption of
either defined area only after Machine Secondary
Secondary Switching Control Element
actuation of a reset switch. Device 27
SSD 28 MSCE
The reset switch must be located
Arc Suppression
outside of the area of dangerous (see warning)
Machine
motion, and must be positioned so Control Machine Primary
that the area of the dangerous Circuit Final Switching
29
Control Element #2
Device #2
motion may be observed by the FSD 2 30
MPCE
2
switch operator during the reset
operation. Additional safeguarding, Arc Suppression
(see warning)
as described by the ANSI B11 series
Machine Primary
of safety requirements or other Final Switching Control Element #1
Device #1 36
appropriate standards, must be used FSD 1 MPCE
37
if any space between either defined 1
MPCE 1 MPCE 2
area and any danger point is large Arc Suppression
MPCE (see warning)
enough to allow a person to stand Monitor
undetected by the Dual MINI- Contacts
+ (V dc) 50
SCREEN System. Failure to observe
MPCE 1 MPCE 2 51
this warning could result in serious (V dc)
52
injury or death. +24V dc

Dual MINI-SCREEN
Control Module Earth dc
Ground common

WARNING . . . Arc Suppressors


Arc suppressors, if used, must be installed as shown across the
coils of the machine control elements. NEVER install
suppressors directly across the contacts of the Dual MINI-
SCREEN switching devices! It is possible for suppressors to fail as a short
circuit. If installed directly across the contacts of a Dual MINI-SCREEN
switching device, a short-circuited suppressor will create an unsafe condition.

WARNING . . . Use All Output Contacts


All Dual MINI-SCREEN System output contacts (FSD1, FSD2,
and SSD) must be used. The generalized wiring configuration,
shown here, is provided only to illustrate the importance of proper
installation. The specific wiring of the Dual MINI-SCREEN system to any
particular machine is solely the responsibility of the installer and end user.

Figure 23. Generic machine interface, Dual MINI-SCREEN System

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3.5.7 System Power (permanent connection)


NOTICE regarding
After the initial checkout of Section 3.5.3 has been successfully completed, the
power lines to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System must be re-routed to their perma-
MPCE Monitoring
nent hookup through the MPCE monitor contacts of the guarded machine. This is Hookup
important: it ensures that any inconsistency in action between the two MPCEs will It is strongly recommended that one
remove power from the system. (This is discussed in the NOTICE regarding MPCE normally open and one normally
Monitoring Hookup, right). closed auxiliary contact of each
MPCE be wired (as shown in Figure
Connection of system power is at the +24V dc (terminal 50) and the dc common 23, page 33) as MPCE monitor
(terminal 51) terminals of the control module (Figure 20, page 28). Do not operate contacts. If this is done, any incon-
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System without an earth ground connection (terminal 52). sistency of action between the two
After power has been connected to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System and the output MPCEs will remove power from the
relay contacts have been connected to the machine to be controlled, the operation Dual MINI-SCREEN System, causing
of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System with the guarded machine must be verified be- a lockout condition. The use of
fore the combined system may be put into service. To do this, a Qualified Person MPCE auxiliary contacts as MPCE
must perform the Commissioning Checkout Procedure given in Section 6.2 on monitor contacts is necessary in
page 46. order to maintain redundancy.
MPCE auxiliary contacts used for
this purpose must be rated at 55 VA
minimum.

In order to maintain redundancy,


the MPCE monitor contacts must be
wired as described in section 3.5.6
and Figure 23, page 33.

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3.5.8 Auxiliary Monitor Relay or Alarm Relay


Control module MUSF-DINT-1T2 is equipped with two auxiliary monitor relays.
These are light-duty contacts rated at 125V ac or dc max., 500 mA max. They are
not safety-related contacts; they are meant for monitoring purposes, only, and
typically communicate with a programmable logic controller (PLC) or other
process monitoring device. Connections to the Auxiliary Monitor Relay contacts
are at terminals 1, 2, 4 and 5 (see Figure 20, page 28).

Each relay offers a SPST contact which follows the action of one of the light
screens. The contact is closed when the sensors of that light screen are aligned
and unblocked. The contact opens when that light screen is interrupted. AUX 1
monitors screen #1 and AUX 2 monitors screen #2. In addition, both monitor
contacts open with a lockout condition.

Terminals 1, 2, 4 and 5 of control module model MUSF-DINT-1L2 (latching output)


are labeled Alarm 1 and Alarm 2. The Alarm Relay outputs have the same
description as the Auxiliary Monitor Relay (see above), except that the contact
closes whenever the defined area has been blocked and causes the system to go
into a latch condition. For instance, if the screen is blocked and causes a latch
condition, Alarm 1 will be closed and Alarm 2 will be open. The Alarm Relay
contact opens when a latch reset is performed, if the defined area is clear. The
contacts of both Alarm Relays close when a system lockout occurs. See figure 21
on page 29. During power-up, both Alarm outputs are OFF (contacts open).

3.5.9 Remote Test Input


Remote Test Input connects to the TEST 1 and TEST 2 terminals of the control
module (see Figure 20, page 28). When connected together (shorted) for a mini-
mum of 50 milliseconds, these terminals provide the Dual MINI-SCREEN System
with the equivalent of a BLOCKED beam condition, for testing purposes. The
switch or switching device used to short the TEST contacts must be capable of
switching 15 to 50V dc at 20 to 100 mA dc.

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4. Operating Instructions
4.1 Security Protocol
The Dual MINI-SCREEN module must be installed inside of a lockable enclosure
which has a NEMA 3 (IP54) or better rating. To prevent access by unauthorized
personnel, and to ensure that all lockout conditions come to the attention of a
person who is qualified to deal with them, the key (or combination or tool) to the
locking mechanism must be kept in the possession of a qualified person as
defined in ANSI/ASME B30.2-1983 (see Glossary Section). Only qualified persons
should have access to the interior of the Dual MINI-SCREEN control module.

The key to the RESET switch should be available to a designated person or


persons. A designated person is one who is identified and designated in writing, by
the employer, as being appropriately trained and qualified to perform a specified
checkout procedure. If the machine operator meets these requirements, he/she
may be a designated person.

Additional keys are available. See page 56.

4.2 Periodic Checkout Requirements


In addition to the checkouts that are performed by a qualified person or persons at
the time that the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is installed and put into service, the WARNING . . .
functioning of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System and the guarded machine must be Proper Operation
verified on a regular periodic basis to ensure proper operation. This is abso- The Banner Dual
lutely vital and necessary. Failure to ensure proper operation can lead to MINI-SCREEN Sys-
serious injury or death. tem can do the job for which it was
designed only if it and the guarded
Checkouts must be performed according to checkout procedure 6.3, page 48 machine are operating properly, both
as follows: separately and together. It is the
users responsibility to verify
1) By a Designated Person at every power-up of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System; proper operation, on a regular
basis, as instructed in Section 4.2
2) By a Qualified Person following the correction of every lockout condition; and Section 6.
3) By a Designated Person at every shift change or machine setup change. If the Dual MINI-SCREEN System
Checkouts must be performed according to checkout procedure 6.4, page 49: and the guarded machine do not
perform exactly as outlined in the
1) By a Qualified Person semi-annually (every 6 months) following installation of checkout procedures, the cause of
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System. the problem must be found and
corrected before the system is put
back into service. Failure to correct
4.3 Normal Operation such problems can result in serious
injury or death.
Power-up
NOTE: Key must be in the RUN position at power-up.

If the Auto Power-up feature is ON when ac power is applied to the System, the
controller performs a system checkout and resets itself, without the need for a key
reset. If the Auto Power-up feature is OFF when ac power is applied to the Dual
MINI-SCREEN System, it is normal for it to power up into a lockout condition.

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To prepare the Dual MINI-SCREEN System for operation after a power-up lockout,
the Designated Person must perform a key reset:
a) Turn the key to the RESET position (yellow status LED goes ON steadily).
Wait at least one-half second, then
b) Turn the key to the RUN position.
If both defined areas are clear, the green and yellow status LEDs will go ON; the
red LED goes OFF. (If floating blanking is ON, the green LED will be flashing.)

If either emitter and receiver pair is misaligned, the red status LED will come
ON. The yellow alignment LED for the misaligned light screen will single-flash at a
rate that indicates the relative number of light beams established. To align the light
screen, see Sections 3.3 and 3.5.5.

If both emitters and receivers are aligned, but either or both defined areas are
blocked, the red status LED will come ON, and the yellow alignment LED for the
blocked light screen will single-flash at a rate that indicates the relative number of
light beams established. Remove the blockage and verify that the green status LED
is ON or flashing, indicating clear light screens (if will flash if blanking is ON).

Trip output models: No further action is necessary; system should be in RUN mode.

Latch output models: Perform a key reset to reset the latch. The system should go
into Run mode.

Floating Blanking Operation


With floating blanking ON, multiple objects, each up to the size listed in the table
below may enter the defined area at any point without causing a trip or latch
condition. The use of floating blanking also increases the minimum object
sensitivity, as indicated in the table below.
Maximum Size of Minimum Object
Sensor Type Floating Blanking Undetected Objects Sensitivity
Off (Not applicable) 19.1 mm (0.75")
Standard
1-beam 7.6 mm (0.30")* 31.8 mm (1.25")
9 m (30') range
2-beam 20.3 mm (0.80")* 44.5 mm (1.75")
Off (Not applicable) 25.4 mm (1.00")
Long-Range
1-beam 3.8 mm (0.15")* 38.1 mm (1.50")
18 m (60') range
2-beam 16.5 mm (0.65")* 50.8 mm (2.00")
Off (Not applicable) 38 mm (1.5")
Heavy-Duty
1-beam 15 mm (0.6")* 62 mm (2.45")
18 m (60') range
2-beam 40 mm (1.6")* 89 mm (3.5")
*NOTE: The size listed assumes that those objects move exactly perpendicular to the plane
of the light beams.

The use of floating blanking increases the depth penetration factor (Dpf) and also,
therefore, the separation distance required between the defined area and the
closest machine danger point. If the separation distance was calculated on the
basis of no floating blanking and floating blanking is later used, OSHA regulations
require the separation distance to be increased accordingly. See Section 3.2.1.
Upon power-up (and also at every shift change or machine setup change),
checkout procedure 6.3 on page 48 must be performed.

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5. Troubleshooting and Maintenance WARNING . . .


Power Failures
5.1 Troubleshooting Lockout Conditions Power failures or
A lockout condition of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System causes all of its output other Dual MINI-SCREEN System
relays to open, sending a stop signal to the guarded machine. lockout conditions should always be
investigated immediately by a quali-
A Power-up/Power Interrupt Lockout condition will occur: fied person. With the exception of
Upon power-up of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System (unless Auto Power-up is ON; power-up/power interrupt lockout
see Figure 5, page 11), or conditions, a lockout is a positive in-
dication of a problem and should be
If power to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is interrupted (unless Auto Power-up investigated at once. Attempts to
is ON; see Figure 5). operate machinery by bypassing
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System are
An Internal Lockout condition will occur: dangerous and could result in
If the control box key switch is in the RESET position at power-up (with Auto serious injury or death.
Power-up ON); or if the key switch is switched to RESET while the system is in
RUN mode,

If a Final Switching Device (FSD - see Glossary) relay does not drop out within
its specified time, CAUTION . . .
If the Secondary Switching Device (SSD - see Glossary) relay has de-energized, High Voltage

If the controller module switch settings are inconsistent with each other or if Dangerous voltages
they were changed while the system was in RUN mode, or are present inside the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System control module
If the self-checking circuits of the microprocessor detect a component failure enclosure whenever ac power to
within the Dual MINI-SCREEN System itself. the machine control elements is
ON. Exercise extreme caution
A lockout condition resulting from an internal system fault is indicated by a whenever ac voltage is or may
flashing red status indicator LED on the control box and the receiver unit. The be present!
green and yellow LEDs will be OFF. See Figure 5, page 11.

Power-up/power interrupt lockouts (yellow LED only double-flashing) are normal


and require a key reset for operation to continue.

Use the following key reset procedure to resume operation after a power
interruption:

a) Turn the key to the RESET position (yellow status indicator LED should light)
and wait at least one-half second, then

b) Turn the key to the RUN position.


If the defined area is clear and the emitter and receiver are properly aligned,
the green and yellow status LEDs will light.

If the lockout condition was due to a momentary power interruption that has been
corrected, the Dual MINI-SCREEN System will now operate normally.

Upon recovery from a power interruption, checkout procedure 6.3 on page 48


must be performed.

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A lockout condition resulting from an internal system fault is indicated by the


red status LED flashing, and an error code number which appears on the
Diagnostic Display. In this case, the Qualified Person must note the error code and
interpret the cause of the lockout from the table in Figure 24, below. This
diagnostic table is also found on the inside of the control module cover plate.

If the lockout is caused by one of the sensor pairs or their cables, the Diagnostic
Display indicates which screen to investigate by flashing 1 or 2, along with the
primary error code (see Figure 24). It is possible under some conditions that the
System will not be able to discern which screen is at fault. When this happens,
only the primary error code will be displayed.

The Dual MINI-SCREEN System will not operate if its self-checking circuits detect
an internal problem. A key reset will have no effect. Take the corrective measure(s)
corresponding to the error code. If further assistance is required, contact your
Banner field service engineer or the factory Applications Engineering Department.

If no status indicators are ON, power to the system may have been lost. The green
LED on the power supply board (remove cover of module to view) indicates the
presence (LED ON) or absence (LED OFF) of dc power at the power supply board.
It is possible for power to be present at the input of the power supply, even if the
dc power LED is OFF.

Check for voltage across the +24V dc and dc common terminals 50 and 51. If
voltage is not present, power to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System has been lost, and
the cause is outside the system. If 24V dc is present, turn off the power to the
control box and check the fuse (section 5.3.1). If the fuse is bad, replace it. If the
fuse is good, and 24V dc is present at terminals 50 and 51, an internal power
supply failure has occurred.

Error No. ERROR TYPE / Action Error No. ERROR TYPE / Action

SYSTEM IS O.K.
4 1 RECEIVER ERROR
Check Receiver Cable(s)
*
4 2 Replace Receiver(s)

0
E-STOP OPEN
Check E-Stop Circuit 5 1 EMITTER ERROR
Check Emitter Cable(s)
Replace Controller *
Replace Relay/Power Supply 5 2 Replace Emitter(s)

See Section 5.2 for


RELAY SIGNAL ERROR
Replace Relay Module 6 1 COMMUNICATION ERROR
Check Cable Connections
1 Replace Controller * Observe Noise Indicator
further information Replace Power Supply 6 2 Replace Emitter/Receiver(s)
about electrical and KEY INPUT ERROR
Check Key Position DIP SWITCH ERROR
optical noise. 2 Invalid Key Reset
Replace Key Switch
7 Check Switch Settings
Replace Controller

CONTROLLER ERROR CPU ERROR


3 Replace Controller 8 Replace Controller

* 2-digit code. Second digit indicates


which screen has the error

Figure 24. Interpretation of Diagnostic Display

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5.2 Effects of Electrical and Optical Noise Electrical and Optical Noise
The Dual MINI-SCREEN System is designed and manufactured to be highly
resistant to noise and to operate reliably in industrial settings. However, serious Check the following if the red
electrical and/or optical noise may cause a random trip condition. In very decimal point of the Diagnostic
extreme cases, a lockout is possible. In order to minimize the effects of Indicator display is flashing:
transitory noise, the Dual MINI-SCREEN System will respond to noise only if the Poor connection between
noise is detected on multiple consecutive scans. The decimal point of the Diag- control box and earth ground
nostic Display will flash to indicate the presence of electrical or optical noise.
This indicator can be used to track down particularly offensive noise sources (see Drain wire of emitter and/or
receiver not connected to
sidebar). Simply observe the decimal point indicator while shutting down or iso-
terminal 20 or 26 (see Figure 20)
lating the suspected sources.
Sensor wires or output wires
routed too close to noisy
5.3 Servicing and Maintenance wiring
Optical interference from
5.3.1 Fuse Testing and Replacement adjacent light curtains or other
photoelectrics
Remove all power to the control module and to the machine being controlled
before proceeding.

The Dual MINI-SCREEN System control module fuse is located in a fuseholder on WARNING. . .
the power supply board, immediately beneath the removable top cover plate. Servicing the Dual
Remove the control module cover plate by gently prying it up and off using a flat- MINI-SCREEN
blade screwdriver or similar tool. System while the
hazardous machinery is operational
Remove the fuse from the fuse holder. Visually inspect the fuse and/or test its could result in serious injury or
conductivity using an ohm meter or a continuity tester. The fuse is a 3AG or death. You may be working close to
5 x 20 mm slow-blow type (see Specifications, pages 56-57). the hazardous area of your
machinery while servicing the Dual
MINI-SCREEN System. The
5.3.2 Control Module and Relay Replacement machinery that the Dual MINI-
Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems are designed for reliability. While replacement of the SCREEN System is connected to
controller module and relays is not normally required, these components have must not be operating at any time
been designed to be easily replaceable as a convenience to the customer. To during this procedure.
maintain control reliability, use only Banner-supplied replacement relays with
forced-guided contacts; see page 59.
CAUTION. . .
Dangerous voltages
are present inside the
Dual MINI-SCREEN
System control module enclosure
whenever ac power to the machine
control element is ON. Exercise
extreme caution whenever ac voltage
is or may be present! Always
disconnect all power from the Dual
MINI-SCREEN System and the
guarded machine before making
any wire connections or before
replacing any component.

The control module should be


opened and/or serviced by only a
qualified person (see Section 4.1).

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NOTE: Do not open the emitter or receiver housing. The emitter and receiver
WARNING. . . contain no field-replaceable components. If repair is necessary, return the unit to
If replacement parts the factory (see section 5.3.4). Do not attempt to repair an emitter or receiver
are ever required, yourself.
always use only
genuine Banner-supplied replace-
ment parts (see page 59). Do not 5.3.3 Cleaning
attempt to substitute parts from an-
other manufacturer. To do so could The Dual MINI-SCREEN System control module is constructed of black polycar-
impair the operation of the Dual bonate and is rated NEMA 1 (IP 20). No cleaning is recommended; avoid contact
MINI-SCREEN System and could by any liquid.
result in serious injury or death.
MINI-SCREEN emitter and receiver units are constructed of aluminum with a black
anodized or a yellow painted finish and are rated NEMA 4, 13 (IP65). Lens covers
are acrylic. Emitters and receivers are best cleaned using mild detergent or window
cleaner and a soft cloth. Avoid cleaners containing alcohol, as they may damage
the acrylic lens covers.

5.3.4 Warranty Service


If it ever becomes necessary to return a Dual MINI-SCREEN component to the
factory, please do the following:

1) Contact the Banner Factory Application Engineering group at the address or


numbers listed below.

Banner Engineering Corp.


9714 - 10th Avenue No.
Minneapolis, MN 55441
Phone: 888.373.6767
email: sensors@baneng.com

They will attempt to troubleshoot the system from your description of the
problem. If they conclude that a component is defective, they will issue an RMA
(Return Merchandise Authorization) number for your paperwork, and give you
the proper shipping address.

2) Pack the component(s) carefully. Damage which occurs during return shipping
is not covered by warranty.

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6. Alignment and Checkout WARNING . . .


Turn Machinery
Study each procedure from beginning to end to make sure that you understand
OFF Before
each step before you start. Refer all questions to the Banner Applications Engi-
Proceeding
neering Department (see page 2).

Section 6.1 is a procedure for optically aligning the two sensor pairs of a Dual You may be working close to the
MINI-SCREEN System. Sections 6.2, 6.3, and 6.4 are periodic performance hazardous area of your machinery
checkout procedures for the Dual MINI-SCREEN System, and are performed ac- while aligning the Dual MINI-
cording to the schedule given in Section 4.2. SCREEN System. Aligning the
Dual MINI-SCREEN System while
the hazardous machinery is opera-
6.1 MINI-SCREEN System Alignment tional could result in serious
injury. The machinery guarded by
This alignment procedure begins with the assumption that the sensors of both
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System
light screens have been mechanically aligned as described in Section 3.3.
must not be operating at any
Follow the measures outlined below to maximize light screen excess gain. If there time during the alignment
are reflective surfaces near either defined area, read alignment step #5 (page 43) procedure of Section 6.1.
before proceeding further, to prevent possible reflection problems.
Only a Qualified Person may align the sensors of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System,
as follows:
1) Turn off power to the Dual MINI-SCREEN Operation Mode Normal Operation Indicator Status
System and to the guarded machine. Leave BLOCKED
Red
CLEAR
Green
RESET
Yellow
Apply power to
power to the guarded machine OFF, and power- Power Up Control Box
up the Dual MINI-SCREEN System only. LOCKOUT STATE

2) The Dual MINI-SCREEN will power up into a


Red Green Yellow
power-up lockout condition (unless Auto Turn key to
"RESET" position
Power-up is ON). Remove all obstructions
from the defined area of both light screens and Key Reset
If Auto Power-up is ON when power
is applied to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System,
reset the Dual MINI-SCREEN System as the controller will perform an automatic
Turn key to RESET after passing an internal system
follows: "RUN" position checkout (key Reset not needed).
Auto Power-up is discussed in Section 3.4.
NOTE: A key Reset is always required to
a. Turn the key reset switch to the RESET recover from a LOCKOUT condition.

position, Defined
Red Green* Yellow
Run area
is clear
b. Leave the key in the RESET position for at *Green indicator will flash
if blanking is ON.
least 1/2 second to allow time for internal Red Green Yellow**
Defined
system checks, and Symbol Definitions
area is
Indicator OFF blocked
(TRIP or **One or both yellow Screen Alignment
c. Turn the key switch to the RUN position. LATCHED) indicators on the control module and on the
Indicator ON blocked receiver(s) will flash to indicate
steadily a blocked condition.
Defined area
is clear, but Red Green Yellow
Indicator
LATCHED
single-flashing
(MDSDINT-1L2 Only)
Indicator
double-flashing Internal Red Green Yellow
System
fault
(LOCKOUT)

Figure 25. Operating Status LED conditions

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3) Upon completion of the key Reset (step #2), the Dual MINI-SCREEN will
indicate either a BLOCKED or a CLEAR condition:

a) A BLOCKED condition is indicated by the red status LED ON steadily and


the yellow Alignment LED for the blocked screen(s) flashing at a rate
proportional to the number of aligned, unblocked beams. Go to step #4.
b) A CLEAR condition is indicated by the red status LED OFF, and the green
and yellow status and both yellow alignment LEDs ON steadily. (The
green status LED will flash if blanking is ON for either light screen.)
Further alignment is not necessary.
4) A BLOCKED condition after reset indicates that one or more of the beams is
misaligned or interrupted. When this occurs:

a) Check carefully for any obstructions in the path of the beams within the
defined area of the light screen to be aligned (the limits of which are
indicated in Figure 15, page 23).

b) Loosen the hardware which fastens the receiver to its mounting brackets.
Slowly rotate the receiver first to the right and then the left while
watching the yellow alignment indicator corresponding to screen being
aligned. The flash rate of the yellow alignment indicator increases as
alignment improves.

c) If the green status LED does not come ON, regardless of angular position
of the receiver, then loosen the emitter and rotate both sensors relative to
each other until the green LED comes ON. Secure the emitter and receiver
in the center of the area of rotation where the yellow alignment and green
and yellow status LEDs are ON steadily. (The green status LED will flash if
blanking is ON for either light screen.)

d) If the green and yellow status LED still fails to come ON, then re-check
the sensor mounting per the procedure in Section 3.3, and then re-align
per this alignment procedure.

5) Trip test the Dual MINI-SCREEN System for object detection capability using
the test piece(s) supplied with the control box. To perform this test, the key
switch must be in the RUN position and the green and yellow status and
yellow alignment indicators LEDs must be ON steadily. (The green status LED
will flash if blanking is ON for either light screen.) Reset the system (key
reset), if necessary, to attain this condition.

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The Dual MINI-SCREEN control box includes three specified test pieces. Select the
proper test piece based on system configuration, per the following chart:

Appropriate Test Pieces for Trip Test


Standard Long-Range Heavy-Duty
Floating
(30' Range) (60' Range) (60' Range)
Blanking
Emitters and Emitters and Emitters and
Program
Receivers Receivers Receivers
19.1 mm (0.75") dia. 25.4 mm (1.00") dia. 38.1 mm (1.50") dia.
OFF
Model STP-2 Model STP-7 Model STP-1
31.8 mm (1.25") dia. 38.1 mm (1.50") dia. 62 mm (2.45") dia.
1-beam ON
Model STP-4 Model STP-1 Model STP-12
44.5 mm (1.75") dia. 50.8 mm (2.00") dia. 89 mm (3.5") dia.
2-beam ON
Model STP-3 Model STP-8 Model STP-10

NOTE: Screen 1 and Screen 2 can be configured independently and, therefore, may
require different test pieces.

Perform the trip test in both light screens as follows:


Pass the appropriate specified test piece downward through the defined area at
three points (see Figure 26):

a) close to the receiver,


b) close to the emitter, and
c) midway between the emitter and receiver.

In each case, the red status indicator must come ON and remain ON for as long as
the test piece is within the defined area. (For controller MUSF-DINT-1L2: after
performing each trip test, perform a Key Reset to reset the latch.)

The green status indicator must


come ON only when the test piece
is withdrawn from the defined
area. (The yellow status indicator
stays ON when the test piece is in
the light screen.) If the green
status indicator comes ON at any
time when the test piece is within
the defined area, the cause may be
from light reflected from the
emitter to the receiver by a nearby
reflective surface (see page 19). If
a reflective surface can be
identified, move either the defined
area (i.e., move the
sensors) or the reflective surface.
Be sure to maintain at least the
minimum required
separation distance (see Section
3.2.1). Alternately, take measures
to reduce the reflectivity of the
interfering surface (i.e., by
angling, painting, masking, etc.).
Figure 26. Dual MINI-SCREEN Trip Test. Perform the Trip Test on BOTH light screens.

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Use of Corner Mirrors


The Dual MINI-SCREEN System requires connection of two sensor pairs for
operation. One or both of the sensor pairs may be used with one or more MSM
Series corner mirrors for guarding along more than one side of an area.

The Accessories section lists the 12 available lengths of corner mirrors (see page
59). These are rear-surface glass mirrors which are rated at 85 percent efficiency.
Sensing range (and therefore excess gain) is reduced when using mirrors. The
following table lists the resultant range when using from one to four MSM Series
corner mirrors in either sensing path.

Maximum Emitter and Receiver Separation


Number of Corner Mirrors 1 2 3 4
Standard Sensors 8.5 m 7.8 m 7.2 m 6.7 m
9 m (30') range sensors (28') (25.5') (23.5') (22')

Long-Range and Heavy-Duty Sensors 16.8 m 15.5 m 14.3 m 13.1 m


18 m (60') range sensors (55') (51') (47') (43')

Mirrors should be securely mounted to a solid surface that is free from vibration.
Using a level, mount the mirror(s) exactly parallel to (i. e. in the same plane as) its
(their) sensors, with the midpoint of the mirror(s) directly in line with the midpoint
of the sensors defined area. The upper and lower limits of the defined area of
MINI-SCREEN sensors is marked by arrows along the edge of each sensor
window, and is dimensioned in the chart on page 23.

Adjust the corner mirror(s) so that the angle of incidence of light to the mirror
equals the angle of reflection from the mirror. Referring to Figure 27, below, sight
from behind one of the sensors directly towards the mirror (or the first mirror in
line). When alignment is correct, you will see the straight and centered reflection of
the lens of the other sensor in the mirror. Accessory laser alignment tool, model
WARNING . . . LAT-1, is available to assist alignment (see page 57).
Use Supplemental Use the yellow alignment indicator LED corresponding to the screen being aligned
Sensing Devices if for final alignment. Refer to the data sheet (P/N 43685) packed with each MSM
Necessary Series corner mirror for complete information on the use of corner mirrors.
Additional safeguarding, as
described by the ANSI B11 series of
safety requirements or other
appropriate standards, must be used
if any space between either defined
area and any danger point is large
enough to allow a person to stand
undetected by the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System. Failure to observe
this warning could result in serious
injury or death.

See, also, the warning on page 33


regarding use of the Trip Output
Dual MINI-SCREEN System for
perimeter guarding.

Figure 27. Corner mirror alignment

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6.2 Commissioning Checkout (To Be Performed at Installation)


This commissioning checkout must be done by a qualified
person who possesses all of the manufacturer-provided in-
formation on the Dual MINI-SCREEN System and guarded
machine and who, by possession of a recognized degree or
certificate of professional training or who, by extensive
knowledge, training, or experience, has successfully dem-
onstrated the ability to solve problems relating to the
installation, operation, and maintenance of optoelectronic
machine guards.

A copy of checkout results should be kept in the employer's


files: see OSHA 1910.217(e)(1).

The qualified person must:


1) Examine the guarded machine to verify that it is of a
type and design that is compatible with the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System. See page 2 for a list of
misapplications.

2) Verify that the minimum separation distance from the The formula used to calculate the separation distance is:
closest danger point of the guarded machine to either
Ds = K x (Ts + Tr ) + Dpf
defined area is not less than the calculated distance where:
(see Figure 28, below). Ds = the separation distance;
3) Verify that access to the dangerous parts of the K = the OSHA-recommended hand speed constant of 63"
guarded machine is not possible from any direction not per second (NOTE 1, below);
protected by the Dual MINI-SCREEN System, hard Ts = the overall stop time of the machine measured from the
guarding, or supplemental guarding, and verify that all application of the stop signal to the final ceasing of all
supplemental guarding devices and hard guarding are motion (including stop times of all relevant control
elements, and measured at maximum machine
in place and operating properly.
velocity). See NOTE 2, below.
4) Verify that it is not possible for a person to stand Tr = the response time of the MINI-SCREEN System:
between either defined area and the dangerous parts of .048 seconds for 4.5" to 16" emitter/receiver,
the guarded machine. Or, verify that supplemental .060 seconds for 20" to 32" emitter/receiver
presence sensing devices, as described by ANSI B11 .072 seconds for 36" to 48" emitter/receiver
safety requirements or other appropriate standards, are Dpf = the added distance due to depth penetration factor, as
in place and functioning properly in any space between prescribed in OSHA 1910.217 and ANSI B11 standards:
either defined area and any danger point which is large Note: The value for Dpf may be different for each of the
two sensor pairs
enough to allow a person to stand undetected by the
Dual MINI-SCREEN System. Sensors with Sensors with
Floating Blanking Program
30' Range 60' Range
5) Examine the electrical wiring connections between the
Floating blanking OFF Dpf = 1.6" Dpf = 2.5"
Dual MINI-SCREEN output relays and the guarded
machines control elements to verify the requirements 1-beam blanking ON Dpf = 3.3" Dpf = 4.2"
stated in Section 3.5.6. 2-beam blanking ON Dpf = 5.0" Dpf = 5.9"

WARNING . . . Shock Hazard NOTES:


1) The OSHA-recommended hand-speed constant K has been deter-
A shock hazard exists while the lockable mined by various studies, and although these studies indicate speeds
of 63"/sec to over 100"/sec, they are not conclusive determinations.
enclosure is open. Before continuing, The employer should consider all factors, including the physical
verify that the door is closed and latched. ability of the operator, when determining the value of K to be used.
2) Ts is usually measured by a stop-time measuring device. If the
specified machine stop time is used, we recommend that at least
WARNING . . . Calculate the Safety 20% be added as a safety factor to account for clutch/brake system
Distance Carefully deterioration.
3) Use of floating blanking will always cause the required Ds to
Failure to maintain appropriate separation increase.
distance can result in serious bodily injury Figure 28. Calculation of DS
or death.
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6) Test the effectiveness of both Dual MINI-SCREEN light screens with system
power ON, as described in steps (a) through (e), below. The Dual MINI-
SCREEN control box includes six specified test pieces. Select the proper test
piece based on system configuration, per the following chart:
a) Verify that the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is in the RUN mode (green and
yellow status indicator LEDs ON). See section 4.3 for RESET procedure.
The green LED will flash if blanking is programmed for either light screen.

Appropriate Test Pieces for Trip Test


Standard Long-Range Heavy-Duty
Floating
(30' Range) (60' Range) (60' Range)
Blanking
Emitters and Emitters and Emitters and
Program
Receivers Receivers Receivers
19.1 mm (0.75") dia. 25.4 mm (1.00") dia. 38.1 mm (1.50") dia.
OFF
Model STP-2 Model STP-7 Model STP-1
31.8 mm (1.25") dia. 38.1 mm (1.50") dia. 62 mm (2.45") dia.
1-beam ON
Model STP-4 Model STP-1 Model STP-12
44.5 mm (1.75") dia. 50.8 mm (2.00") dia. 89 mm (3.5") dia.
2-beam ON
Model STP-3 Model STP-8 Model STP-10

b) With the guarded machine at rest, slowly pass the appropriate specified
test piece downward through the defined area at three points: close to the
receiver column, close to the emitter column, and midway between the
emitter and receiver columns (Figure 29). In each case, the red status
indicator should come ON and remain ON for as long as the test piece is
within the defined area. When the test piece is withdrawn from the defined
area, the green status indicator should come ON. If the green indicator
comes ON at any time when the test piece is within the defined area, check
for reflective surfaces, and do not continue until the cause is discovered
and the situation is resolved. (For controller MUSF-DINT-1L2: after
performing each trip test, perform a Key Reset to reset the latch.)
c) Initiate machine motion of the guarded machine and, during motion, insert
the appropriate specified test piece into the defined area (at right angles to
Figure 30. Use of test piece for trip test the defined area). Do not attempt to insert the test piece into the danger-
ous parts of the machine. Upon insertion of the test piece into the defined
area at any time during machine motion, the dangerous parts of the ma-
chine should come to a stop with no apparent delay. Upon removal of the
WARNING . . . Do test piece from the defined area and Key Reset of the latch output if
Not Use Machine required, verify that the machine does not automatically restart, and that
Until System Is the initiation devices must be engaged to restart the machine.
Working Properly d) With the guarded machine at rest, insert the appropriate specified test
If all of the described checks cannot piece into the defined area and verify that it is not possible for the guarded
be verified, DO NOT USE the Dual machine to be put into motion while the specified test piece is within the
MINI-SCREEN System/guarded defined area.
machine until the defect or problem e) Repeat steps a through d for the second light screen.
has been corrected (see Section 5). 7) Remove electrical power to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System. All output relays
Doing so could result in serious should immediately de-energize, and should not be capable of being reactivated
bodily injury or death. until power is re-applied and a key Reset is performed (unless the Auto Power-
up feature is ON).
8) Test the machine stopping response time using an instrument designed for that
purpose to verify that it is the same or less than the overall system response
time specified by the machine manufacturer. (NOTE: Banners Applications
Engineering Department can recommend a suitable instrument.)

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6.3 Power-up, Shift Change, and Machine Setup Change Checkout


Daily checkout and checkouts after tooling and machine changes must be performed by a Designated Person appointed and
identified in writing by the employer. During continuous machine run periods, this checkout must be performed at intervals
not to exceed 24 hours. A copy of checkout results should be kept on or near the machine: see OSHA 1910.217(e)(1).

The Designated Person must:

1) Verify that access to the dangerous parts of the guarded machine is not possible from any direction not protected by
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System, hard guarding, or supplemental guarding, and verify that all supplemental guarding
devices and hard guarding are in place and operating properly.

2) Verify that the minimum separation distance from the closest danger point of the guarded machine to either defined
area is not less than the calculated distance. See Section 3.2.1.

3) Ensure that it is not possible for a person to stand between either defined area and the dangerous parts of the guarded
machine. Or, verify that supplemental presence sensing devices, as described by ANSI B11 safety requirements or other
appropriate standards, are in place and functioning properly in any space between either defined area and any danger
point which is large enough to allow a person to stand undetected by the Dual MINI-SCREEN System.

4) Verify that the lockable enclosure for the Dual MINI-SCREEN module is latched and locked. The key or combination to
the enclosure lock should be in the possession of a Qualified Person.

WARNING . . . Shock Hazard


A shock hazard exists while the control box door is open. Before continuing, verify that the door is closed
and latched.
5) Test the effectiveness of both Dual MINI-SCREEN light screens with system power ON, as described in steps (a)
through (e), below. The Dual MINI-SCREEN control box includes six specified test pieces. Select the proper test piece
based on system configuration, per the following chart:

Appropriate Test Pieces for Trip Test


Floating Standard Long-Range Heavy-Duty
Blanking (30' Range) (60' Range) (60' Range)
Program Emitters and Receivers Emitters and Receivers Emitters and Receivers
OFF 19.1 mm (0.75") dia. Model STP-2 25.4 mm (1.00") dia. Model STP-7 38.1 mm (1.50") dia. Model STP-1

1-beam ON 31.8 mm (1.25") dia. Model STP-4 38.1 mm (1.50") dia. Model STP-1 62 mm (2.45") dia. Model STP-12

2-beam ON 44.5 mm (1.75") dia. Model STP-3 50.8 mm (2.00") dia. Model STP-8 89 mm (3.5") dia. Model STP-10

a) Verify that the Dual MINI-SCREEN System is in RUN mode (green and yellow Status Indicator LEDs ON). See
Section 4.3 for Reset procedure. Refer to Figure 25.
b) With the guarded machine at rest, pass the appropriate specified test piece downward through the defined area in
three paths, perpendicular to the defined area: close to the receiver, close to the emitter, and midway between the
emitter and receiver (see Figure 30). In each case, the red indicator must come ON and remain ON while the test
piece is within the defined area. When the test piece is removed from the defined area, the green status indicator
should come ON (or be flashing, if blanking is ON). If the green status indicator comes ON at any time when the
test piece is within the defined area, check for reflective surfaces, or unguarded areas created by the use of fixed
blanking (see Warnings, page 49). Do not continue until the situation is corrected. (See Section 3.2.2 and 3.2.4).
For controller MUSF-DINT-1T2, perform a Key Reset to reset the latch after each pass of the test piece.
c) Initiate machine motion of the guarded machine and, during motion, insert the specified test piece into the defined
area (perpendicular to the defined area). Do not attempt to insert the test piece into the dangerous parts of the
machine. Upon insertion of the test piece into the defined area at any time during machine motion. the dangerous
parts of the machine should come to a stop with no apparent delay. Upon removal of the test piece from the
defined area and Key Reset of the latch output (if required), verify that the machine does not automatically restart,
and that the initiation devices must be engaged to restart the machine.
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d) With the guarded machine at rest, insert the appropriate specified test piece into the defined area and verify that it is
not possible for the guarded machine to be put into motion while the specified test piece is within the defined area.

e) Repeat steps a through d for the second light screen.

6) Check carefully for external signs of damage to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System, the guarded machine, and their
electrical wiring. Any damage found should be immediately reported to management.

6.4 Semi-Annual Checkout (To Be Performed at Six-Month Intervals)


WARNING . . . Shock Hazard
A shock hazard exists while the lockable enclosure is open. Before continuing, verify that the door is
closed and latched.

The Qualified Person must:

1) Perform the Commissioning Checkout Procedure (Section 6.2). If any decrease in machine braking ability has
occurred, make the necessary clutch/brake repairs, readjust the separation distance appropriately, and re-perform the
checkout sequence of Section 6.2.

2) Examine and test the machine primary control elements (MPCEs) to ensure that they are functioning correctly and are
not in need of maintenance or replacement.

3) Inspect the guarded machine to ensure that there are no other mechanical or structural problems that would prevent
the machine from stopping or assuming an otherwise safe condition when signalled to do so by the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System.

4) Examine and inspect the machine controls and connections to the Dual MINI-SCREEN System to ensure that no modifi-
cations have been made which adversely affect the system.

WARNING . . . Do Not Use Machine Until System Is Working Properly


If all of the described checks cannot be verified, DO NOT USE the Dual MINI-SCREEN System or the guarded
machine until the defect or problem has been corrected (see Section 5). Doing so could result in serious injury
or death.

WARNING . . . Reflective Surfaces


A highly reflective surface (a shiny machine surface or a shiny workpiece) may reflect sensing light around an
object in the defined area, preventing that object from being detected. This potentially dangerous condition is dis-
covered using the trip test as described in the Initial Checkout Procedure (Section 3.5.12), the Alignment Procedure
(Section 6.1), and the Periodic Checkout Procedures (Sections 6.2, 6.3, and 6.4).

When this condition is discovered, eliminate the problem reflection(s):


If possible, relocate the sensors to move the defined area away from the reflective surface(s), being careful to retain at least
the required separation distance (Section 3.2.1).
Otherwise, paint, mask, or roughen the interfering shiny surface to reduce its reflectivity.
Repeat the trip test to verify that these changes have eliminated the problem reflection(s). See Section 3.2.4.
NOTE: If the workpiece is especially reflective and comes close to the defined area, perform the trip test with the shiny
workpiece in place.

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Glossary of Terms
Terms shown in italics in the definitions below are Defined area: the curtain of light generated by the
themselves defined elsewhere in the glossary. sensors of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System. When the
defined area is interrupted by an opaque object of a
specified cross section, a trip condition results (see Figure
ANSI (American National Standards Institute): the Ameri- 1). The Dual MINI-SCREEN System uses two sensor pairs
can National Standards Institute, is an association of and, therefore, has two defined areas.
industry representatives which develops technical standards
which include safety standards. These standards comprise a Designated person: a person or persons identified and des-
consensus from a variety of industries on good practice and ignated in writing, by the employer, as being appropriately
design. ANSI standards relevant to application of the Dual trained and qualified to perform a specified checkout proce-
MINI-SCREEN System include ANSI B11.1 (mechanical dure.
power presses), ANSI B11.2 (hydraulic power presses), and Diverse redundancy: in diverse redundancy, the redundant
ANSI/RIA R15.06 (industrial robots and robot systems). See components are of different design, and any microproces-
page 58. sor programs used must run from different instruction sets
Auxiliary monitor contact: a low load capacity, non safety- written by different programmers.
related relay contact within the Dual MINI-SCREEN System Emitter: the light-emitting components of the Dual MINI-
that follows the action of the associated light screen, and SCREEN System, consisting of a row of synchronized
whose primary purpose is to communicate system status to modulated infrared LEDs. The emitter, together with the
a PLC. The Dual MINI-SCREEN System has two auxiliary receiver (placed opposite), creates a curtain of light called
monitor contacts: one for each light screen. An auxiliary the defined area. The Dual MINI-SCREEN System uses two
contact opens for a trip condition resulting from an emitter/receiver pairs.
interruption of the associated light screen. Both auxiliary
contacts open for a lockout condition. Final switching device (FSD): the two output relays (FSD1
and FSD2) of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System which
Auto Power-up: a feature of the Dual MINI-SCREEN control respond to an interruption of either defined area by inter-
box which, when switched on, enables the Dual MINI- rupting the circuit connecting them to the Machine Primary
SCREEN to be powered up (and recover from a power Control Elements (MPCEs) of the guarded machine.
interruption) without the necessity of a key reset. When
Auto Power-up is on, the Dual MINI-SCREEN control box Floating blanking: a feature that allows the Dual MINI-
automatically begins internal diagnostics upon power-up, SCREEN System to be programmed to produce an
and automatically resets the system if it passes the intentionally disabled light beam, within either curtain of
diagnostic check. With Auto Power-up off, a manual reset light, which appears to move up and down (float) in
is required. order to allow the feeding of an object through the curtain
(the defined area) at any point along the length of the
Control reliability: A method of ensuring the integrity of curtain without causing a trip condition.
performance of a control system. Control circuits are
designed and constructed so that a single failure or fault The Dual MINI-SCREEN System offers either one-beam or
within the system does not prevent the normal stopping two-beam floating blanking. Floating blanking may be
action from being applied to the machine when required, or independently programmed for each of the two light
does not create unintended machine action, but does screens.
prevent initiation of successive machine action until the FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis): a testing pro-
failure is corrected. cedure by which potential failure modes in a system are
Control module: contains the circuitry (internal to the Dual analyzed to determine their results or effects on the system.
MINI-SCREEN System) that provides the proper voltages to Component failure modes that produce either no effect or a
the system, controls the sensing units, receives and pro- lockout condition are permitted; failures which cause an
cesses information from the sensing units and the safety unsafe condition (a failure to danger) are not. Banner Dual
monitoring means, and provides outputs to the Final MINI-SCREEN Systems are extensively FMEA tested.
Switching Devices (FSD1 and FSD2), the Secondary
Switching Device (SSD), and the Auxiliary Monitor Relays.
Controller board: a removable printed circuit board, located
within the Dual MINI-SCREEN System control module,
which contains the microprocessors and related electronic
circuits.

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Forced-guided contacts: relay contacts that are mechanical- Machine primary control element (MPCE): an electrically
ly linked together, so that when the relay coil is energized or powered element, external to the Dual MINI-SCREEN Sys-
de-energized, all of the linked contacts move together. If one tem, which directly controls the machine's normal operating
set of contacts in the relay becomes immobilized, no other motion in such a way that it is last (in time) to operate when
contact of the same relay will be able to move. The function motion is either initiated or arrested.
of forced-guided contacts is to enable the safety circuit to
Machine response time: the time between the interruption
check the status of the relay. Forced-guided contacts are
by the Final Switching Devices (FSDs) of the electrical
also known as positive-guided contacts, captive con-
supply to the Machine Primary Control Element(s) (MPCEs)
tacts, locked contacts, or safety relays. Dual
and the instant when the dangerous parts of the machine
MINI-SCREEN Systems use output relays with forced-
reach a safe state by being brought to rest.
guided contacts.
Machine secondary control element (MSCE): a machine
Full-revolution devices: a method of machine drive
control element independent of the Machine Primary
arranged such that, once started, the machine can only be
Control Element(s) (MPCEs), capable of removing the
stopped when the full cycle is complete. Examples include
source of power from the prime mover of the relevant
positive key clutches and similar mechanisms. Banner Dual
dangerous machine parts.
MINI-SCREEN Systems may not be used with full-revolution
devices. Minimum object sensitivity: the minimum-diameter object
that a light screen system can reliably detect. Objects of this
Guarded machine: the machine whose point of operation is
diameter or greater will be detected anywhere in the sensing
guarded by a Dual MINI-SCREEN System, and whose
field. A smaller object can pass undetected through the
MPCEs and MSCE are connected to relays FSD1, FSD2, and
curtain of light if it passes exactly midway between two
SSD of the Dual MINI-SCREEN System.
adjacent light beams. See also specified test piece.
Hard guarding: screens, bars, or other mechanical barriers
MPCE monitor contacts: the normally open and normally
that prevent a person from reaching over, under, or around
closed contacts of a guarded machine's MPCEs which are
the defined areas of an installed Dual MINI-SCREEN System
connected in series with the power supply to the Dual MINI-
and into the point of operation of the guarded machine.
SCREEN System. Any inconsistency of action between the
Internal lockout: a lockout condition that is due to an two sets of monitor contacts will remove power from the
internal Dual MINI-SCREEN System problem. Indicated by Dual MINI-SCREEN System and cause a lockout condition.
the red status indicator LED (only) flashing. Requires the See Figure 23.
attention of a qualified person.
Muting: The automatic suspension of the safeguarding
Key reset: a key-operated switch that is used to restore the function of a safety device during a non-hazardous portion
Final Switching Devices (FSDs) and Secondary Switching of the machine cycle.
Device (SSD) to the ON state from a lockout or a latched
OFF state (of Final and Secondary Switching Devices): in
condition. Also refers to the act of using the switch to reset
the OFF state, the output circuit is broken (open) and
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System.
interrupts the flow of current.
Latch condition: The response of the Final Switching
ON state (of Final and Secondary Switching Devices): in
devices (FSD) relays when an object equal to or greater
the ON state, the output circuit is complete (closed) and
than the diameter of the specified test piece enters the
permits the flow of current.
defined area. In a Latch condition, FSD1 and FSD2
simultaneously de-energize and open their contacts. The OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration);
latch must be reset after the defined area is cleared by OSHA CFR 1910.217: Occupational Safety and Health Ad-
performing a Key Reset. (See Trip condition.) ministration (a US Federal agency), Division of the US
Department of Labor, that is responsible for the regulation
Lockout condition: a condition of the Dual MINI-SCREEN
of workplace safety. OSHA regulations often follow ANSI
System that is automatically attained both: (1) when its ac
standards, including mechanical power press requirements
supply mains are interrupted and restored (and the system
(OSHA CFR 1910.217). These regulations become law when
is programmed for manual power-up), and (2) in response
adopted by OSHA, and must be followed. See page 61.
to certain failure signals. When a lockout condition occurs,
the Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems FSD, SSD, and Auxiliary Output relays: the devices (within the Dual MINI-SCREEN
Monitor Relay contacts open, and a key reset is required to System) that are used to initiate a stop signal. The Dual
return the system to the RUN condition. MINI-SCREEN System's output relays (FSD1, FSD2, and
SSD) use forced-guided contacts.

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Point of operation: the area of the guarded machine where Secondary switching device (SSD): the output relay of the
a workpiece is positioned and a machine function (i.e. Dual MINI-SCREEN System which, in a lock-out condition,
shearing, forming, punching, assembling, welding, etc.) is interrupts the circuit connecting it to the Machine Second-
performed upon it. ary Control Element (MSCE).
Power supply board: a removable printed circuit board Self-checking (circuitry): a circuit with the capability to
which contains the power supply circuit and output relays electronically verify that all of its own critical circuit compo-
and is located inside the Dual MINI-SCREEN System con- nents, along with their redundant backups, are operating
trol module. A green LED on the power supply board lights properly. Banner Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems are self-
whenever power is present on the board. checking.
Power-up/power interrupt lockout: a lockout condition of Separation distance: that distance, along the direction of
the Dual MINI-SCREEN System that, if Auto Power-up is approach, between the outermost position at which the ap-
off, occurs when the system is powered up (including propriate test piece will just be detected and the nearest
upon power-up after a loss of power). Indicated by the dangerous machine parts.
yellow Status Indicator LED (only) double-flashing. Re-
Single-stroke press: see full-revolution devices.
quires a key reset by a designated person.
Specified test piece: an opaque object of the minimum
PSDI (Presence Sensing Device Initiation): an application
cross section required to place the Dual MINI-SCREEN
in which a presence sensing device is used to actually start
System into a trip condition when inserted into any part of
the cycle of a machine. In a typical situation, an operator
either defined area. See also minimum object sensitivity
manually positions a part in the machine for the operation.
and Section 3.2.1.
When the operator moves out of the danger area, the
presence sensing device starts the machine (i.e. no start Supplemental guarding: additional electrosensitive safety
switch is used). The machine cycle runs to completion, and device(s), possibly employed along with hard guarding
the operator can then insert a new part and start another measures, used for the purpose of preventing a person
cycle. The presence sensing device continually guards the from reaching over, under, or around the defined areas of an
machine. Single break mode is used when the part is auto- installed Dual MINI-SCREEN System and into the point of
matically ejected after the machine operation. Double break operation of the guarded machine.
mode is used when the part is both inserted (to begin the Trip condition: the response of the Final Switching Device
operation) and removed (after the operation) by the opera- (FSD) relays when an object equal to or greater than the
tor. PSDI is defined in OSHA CFR 1910.217. Banner Dual diameter of the specified test piece enters the defined area.
MINI-SCREEN Systems may not be used as PSDI devices In a trip condition, FSD1 and FSD2 simultaneously de-
on mechanical power presses, per OSHA regulation 29 CFR energize and open their contacts. A trip condition clears
1910.217. automatically when the object is removed from the defined
Qualified person: a person or persons who, by possession area.
of a recognized degree or certificate of professional training, UL (Underwriters Laboratory): a third-party organization
or who, by extensive knowledge, training, and experience, which tests a manufacturers products for compliance with
has successfully demonstrated the ability to solve problems appropriate Standards, electrical and/or safety codes. Com-
relating to the subject matter and work (ANSI B30.2-1983). pliance is indicated by their listing mark on the product.
Receiver: the light-receiving components of the Dual MINI-
SCREEN System, consisting of a row of synchronized
phototransistors. The receiver, together with the emitter
(placed opposite), creates a curtain of light called the
defined area. The Dual MINI-SCREEN System uses two
emitter/receiver pairs.

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Specifications - Emitters and Receivers*


Standard Long-Range Defined Number Standard Long-Range Defined Number
Models Models Area of Beams Models Models Area of Beams
MSE424(Y) emitter MSXLE424(Y) emitter 114 mm MSE2824(Y) emitter MSXLE2824(Y) emitter 711 mm
8 56
MSR424(Y) receiver MSXLR424(Y) receiver (4.5") MSR2824(Y) receiver MSXLR2824(Y) receiver (28")
MSE824(Y) emitter MSXLE824(Y) emitter 215 mm MSE3224(Y) emitter MSXLE3224(Y) emitter 813 mm
16 64
MSR824(Y) receiver MSXLR824(Y) receiver (8.5") MSR3224(Y) receiver MSXLR3224(Y) receiver (32")
MSE1224(Y) emitter MSXLE1224(Y) emitter 305 mm MSE3624(Y) emitter MSXLE3624(Y) emitter 914 mm
24 72
MSR1224(Y) receiver MSXLR1224(Y) receiver (12") MSR3624(Y) receiver MSXLR3624(Y) receiver (36")
MSE1624(Y) emitter MSXLE1624(Y) emitter 406 mm MSE4024(Y) emitter MSXLE4024(Y) emitter 1016 mm
32 80
MSR1624(Y) receiver MSXLR1624(Y) receiver (16") MSR4024(Y) receiver MSXLR4024(Y) receiver (40")
MSE2024(Y) emitter MSXLE2024(Y) emitter 508 mm MSE4424(Y) emitter MSXLE4424(Y) emitter 1118 mm
40 88
MSR2024(Y) receiver MSXLR2024 (Y) receiver (20") MSR4424(Y) receiver MSXLR4424(Y) receiver (44")
MSE2424(Y) emitter MSXLE2424(Y) emitter 610 mm MSE4824(Y) emitter MSXLE4824(Y) emitter 1219 mm
48 96
MSR2424(Y) receiver MSXLR2424(Y) receiver (24") MSR4824(Y) receiver MSXLR4824(Y) receiver (48")

15 cm (6") to 9 m (30') for standard sensors


Emitter/receiver separation
15 cm (6") to 18 m (60') for optional long-range sensors
19.1 mm (0.75") for 9 m (30') range sensors with floating blanking OFF
32.0 mm (1.25") for 9 m (30') range sensors with 1-beam floating blanking ON
44.5 mm (1.75") for 9 m (30') range sensors with 2-beam floating blanking ON
Minimum object sensitivity
25.4 mm (1.00") for 18 m (60') range sensors with floating blanking OFF
38.1 mm (1.50") for 18 m (60') range sensors with 1-beam floating blanking ON
50.8 mm (2.00") for 18 m (60') range sensors with 2-beam floating blanking ON
Less than 48 milliseconds using emitter/receiver with 4.5" to 16" defined area
Response time Less than 60 milliseconds using emitter/receiver with 20" to 32" defined area
Less than 72 milliseconds using emitter/receiver with 36" to 48" defined area
Self-checking interval 20 milliseconds
Ambient light immunity >10,000 lux at 5 angle of incidence
Strobe light immunity Totally immune to one Federal Signal Corp. "Fireball" model FB2PST strobe.
Emitter elements Infrared LEDs; 880nm peak emission
Emitter: Green LED for power ON indication
Receiver: Red, yellow, and green status indicators with same functions as those
Status indicators
on control box (see Control Box Specifications). Yellow LED also indicates
alignment. Indicators are visible on three sides of receiver base.
Size: see Figure 15, page 21
Material: Aluminum, with black anodized or yellow polyester painted finish;
Enclosures
acrylic lens cover
Rating: NEMA 4, 13 (IP 65)
Emitter and receiver are each supplied with a pair of mounting brackets.
Mounting hardware Mounting brackets are 11-gauge cold-rolled black zinc chromate finished steel.
A set of four vibration dampening mounts is also supplied.
Temperature: 0 to +50C (+32 to 122F);
Operating conditions
Max. Relative Humidity: 95% (non-condensing)
*For heavy-duty models, refer to your current Banner Machine Safety Products catalog or the sensor data sheet.

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Specifications - Control Module


MUSF-DINT-1T2 Trip output
Models
MUSF-DINT-1L2 Latch output

Control Box 24V dc 15%, 10% maximum ripple, 2.5 amps max.

Red = BLOCKED/LATCHED Flashing red = LOCKOUT


Green = CLEAR Flashing green = BLANKING ON
Yellow = RESET Double-flashing yellow = waiting for power-up manual key
reset
Status indicators
(on control box and receiver) ALIGNMENT Single-flashing yellow = alignment indicator: flash rate increases
with the number of sensing beams made; solid yellow when
aligned and defined area is clear.
Emitter has green LED to indicate power ON.

Diagnostic indicator Single-digit alphanumeric display indicates cause of lockout condition.


Keyed RESET of system lockout conditions
Controls and adjustments BLANKING selection switches
AUTO POWER UP on-off switches
Terminals must be closed for a minimum of 0.05 seconds in order to guarantee a test input
Test input
signal. The switching device used must be capable of switching 15-50V dc at 20 to 100 mA.

Auxiliary monitor relay Reed relay; 125V ac or dc max., 500 mA. max. (10VA maximum, resistive load)

Forced-guided contact relays, 250V ac max., 4 amps max. (resistive load).


Output configuration Mechanical life 10,000,000 operations (minimum). Electrical life (at full rated load) 100,000
(FSD1, FSD2, and SSD) operations (typical). Arc suppression is recommended when switching inductive loads.
See Figure 23, page 33.
Size: see dimension drawing on page 24
Enclosure Material: Polycarbonate
Rating: NEMA 1, (IP 20)
Fuse rating 3 amp, 250V (3AG or 5x20mm slow blow)
Temperature: 0 to 50C (+32 to 122F);
Operating conditions
Max. Relative Humidity: 95% (non-condensing)
FMEA tested (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) Per requirements of proposed first edition of IEC 61496-1 (type 4)
NOTE: Use only Banner cables, which incorporate a twisted pair for noise immunity on
RS485 data communication lines. Use of other cables can result in nuisance lockouts.
Emitter and receiver cables are ordered separately. Banner 5-conductor shielded cables have
a straight QD (Quick Disconnect) connector molded onto the sensor end. Cables measure
Cables 8.1 mm (0.32") in diameter, and are shielded and PVC-jacketed. Conductors are
20-gauge. Two liquid-tight cable gland/strain relief fittings are supplied with each control
box to admit the emitter and receiver cables through the selected knockouts on the control
box wall. Emitter and receiver cables may not exceed 53 m (175') total for each emitter and
receiver pair; see Cables, page 55.
LISTED
Presence
Certifications Sensing
Device
10Y8 C

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Ordering Information
Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems consist of one control box, two sensor pairs, and four cables. All components are typically
ordered separately. The two sensor pairs may be different lengths, but the emitter and receiver of each sensor pair must be
of equal length, type, and range. Cables are interchangeable between all emitter and receiver models.

MINI-SCREEN Emitters (E) and Receivers (R)


Emitter (E) and Receiver (R) models Emitter (E) and Receiver (R) models
5-pin Mini-style Integral QD Connector* Number 5-pin Mini-style Integral QD Connector* Number
Defined Defined
of of
Standard Range Long-Range Area Heavy-Duty Area
Beams Beams
9 m (30')Range 18 m (60') Range 18 m (60') Range
Yellow Paint Finish** Yellow Paint Finish** Yellow Paint Finish Only
MSE424Y MSXLE424Y 114 mm MSXLHDE2412Y 610 mm
8 24
MSR424Y MSXLR424Y (4.5") MSXLHDR2412Y (24")
MSE824Y MSXLE824Y 215 mm MSXLHDE3212Y 813 mm
16 32
MSR824Y MSXLR824Y (8.5") MSXLHDR3212Y (32")
MSE1224Y MSXLE1224Y 305 mm MSXLHDE4012Y 1016 mm
24 40
MSR1224Y MSXLR1224Y (12") MSXLHDR4012Y (40")
MSE1624Y MSXLE1624Y 406 mm MSXLHDE4812Y 1219 mm
32 48
MSR1624Y MSXLR1624Y (16") MSXLHDR4812Y (48")
MSE2024Y MSXLE2024Y 508 mm MSXLHDE5612Y 1422 mm
40 56
MSR2024Y MSXLR2024Y (20") MSXLHDR5612Y (56")
MSE2424Y MSXLE2424Y 610 mm MSXLHDE6412Y 1626 mm
48 64
MSR2424Y MSXLR2424Y (24") MSXLHDR6412Y (64")
MSE2824Y MSXLE2824Y 711 mm MSXLHDE7212Y 1829 mm
56 72
MSR2824Y MSXLR2824Y (28") MSXLHDR7212Y (72")
MSE3224Y MSXLE3224Y 813 mm *For Pigtail Quick-Disconnect Option, add suffix P to the
64
MSR3224Y MSXLR3224Y (32") model number, for example: MSE1624YP. Its 305 mm (12")
MSE3624Y MSXLE3624Y 914 mm cable, terminated with the same 5-pin Mini-style male
72 connector, allows right-angle exit of the cable from the sensor
MSR3624Y MSXLR3624Y (36")
base.
MSE4024Y MSXLE4024Y 1016 mm
80
MSR4024Y MSXLR4024Y (40") **For Black Anodized Finish Option, delete suffix Y from the
MSE4424Y MSXLE4424Y 1118 mm listed model number, for example: MSE424. (Standard or
88 Long-Range models only.)
MSR4424Y MSXLR4424Y (44")
MSE4824Y MSXLE4824Y 1219 mm
96
MSR4824Y MSXLR4824Y (48")

Cables one cable per sensor Control Modules one per system (two sensor pairs)
Model Length Connector Model Supply Power Output
QDC-515C 4.5 m (15')
MUSF-DINT-1T2 Trip
QDC-525C 7.6 m (25')
5-pin Mini-style
QDC-550C 15 m (50') 24V dc
straight QD
QDC-5100 30 m (100')
MUSF-DINT-1L2 Latch
QDC-5150 45 m (150')

NOTE: Total cable length per emitter/receiver pair must not exceed 53 m (175').

Banner Engineering Corp. Minneapolis, U.S.A.


www.bannerengineering.com Tel: 763.544.3164
P/N 113482 rev. A 55
Dual MINI-SCREEN
Models and Accessories MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip) / MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch)

Documentation
The following documentation is supplied with each Dual MINI-SCREEN System Control Box.
Additional copies are available at no charge.
Instruction Manual for Dual MINI-SCREEN Systems: order p/n 113482 (this manual).
Checkout Procedure Card (Daily): order p/n 47783
Checkout Procedure Card (Semi-annual): order p/n 47784

Replacement Parts, MINI-SCREEN Systems


40091 BA2MB Mounting Hardware Kit for one emitter or receiver
28513 MGA-K-1 Replacement key
30140 MGA-KSO-1 Key switch, only (no wires)
TBD MDSDA-RM-2 Replacement power supply/relay board
65785 MDSDAL-1 Replacement controller board for MUSF-DINT-1L2
48226 MDSDAB-1 Replacement controller board for MUSF-DINT-1T2
43835 STP-1 Specified test piece (1.50" dia.)
43957 STP-2 Specified test piece (0.75" dia.)
43958 STP-3 Specified test piece (1.75" dia.)
43836 STP-4 Specified test piece (1.25" dia.)
48981 STP-7 Specified test piece (1.00" dia.)
49126 STP-8 Specified test piece (2.00" dia.)
62026 STP-10 Specified test piece (3.50" dia.)
46914 STP-12 Specified test piece (2.45" dia.)

MSA Series Lens Shields


Replaceable protective covers for MINI-SCREEN sensor lens; made of 1.5 mm
(0.06") clear polycarbonate. Shield models are available for every sensor length
(see chart below). They attach to the sensor using two adhesive-backed
Neoprene foam strips.
Standard/Long-Range Sensors Heavy-Duty Sensors
Defined
Area Shield Model Part Number Shield Model Part Number
4.5" MSS4 44308 N/A N/A
8.5" MSS8 44309 N/A N/A
12" MSS12 44310 N/A N/A
16" MSS16 44311 N/A N/A
20" MSS20 44312 N/A N/A
24" MSS24 44313 MSHDS24 70507
28" MSS28 44314 N/A N/A
32" MSS32 44315 MSHDS32 70508
36" MSS36 44316 N/A N/A
40" MSS40 44317 MSHDS40 70509
44" MSS44 44318 N/A N/A
48" MSS48 44319 MSHDS48 70510
56" N/A N/A MSHDS56 70511
64" N/A N/A MSHDS64 70512
72" N/A N/A MSHDS72 70513
Application Note: When shields are installed on both the emitter and receiver, excess gain is
reduced by 36 percent (and maximum operating range is reduced by 20 percent).

Banner Engineering Corp. Minneapolis, U.S.A.


www.bannerengineering.com Tel: 763.544.3164
56 P/N 113482 rev. A
Dual MINI-SCREEN
MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip) / MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch) Accessories

MSM Series Corner Mirrors


Part Reflective Area Mounting Height
Mirror Model Number Y L1 L2
MSM4A 43162 16.5 cm (6.5") 22.1 cm (8.7") 19.1 cm (7.5")
MSM8A 43163 26.7 cm (10.5") 32.3 cm (12.7") 29.2 cm (11.5")
MSM12A 43164 35.6 cm (14") 41.1 cm (16.2") 38.1 cm (15")
MSM16A 43165 45.7 cm (18") 51.3 cm (20.2") 48.3 cm (19")
MSM20A 43166 55.9 cm (22" ) 61.5 cm (24.2") 58.4 cm (23")
MSM24A 43167 66.0 cm (26") 71.6 cm (28.2") 68.6 cm (27")
MSM28A 43168 76.2 cm (30") 81.8 cm (32.2") 78.7 cm (31" )
MSM32A 43169 86.4 cm (34") 91.9 cm (36.2") 88.9 cm (35")
MSM36A 43170 96.5 cm (38") 102.1 cm (40.2" ) 99.1 cm (39")
MSM40A 43171 106.7 cm (42") 112.3 cm (44.2") 109.2 cm (43")
MSM44A 43172 116.8 cm (46") 122.4 cm (48.2") 119.4 cm (47")
MSM48A 43173 127.0 cm (50") 132.6 cm (52.2") 129.5 cm (51")

MSA Series Stands


Model of Part Mirror Length Mirror Length
Stand Number Stand Height (Brackets Outward) (Brackets Inward)
MSA-S24-1 43174 24" 4" to 8" 4" to 12"
MSA-S42-1 43175 42" 4" to 24" 4" to 28"
MSA-S66-1 43176 66" 4" to 48" 4" to 48"

LAT-1 Laser Alignment Tool


Description Model Part
Number Number

Self-contained visible-beam laser tool for alignment of any


MICRO-SCREEN or MINI-SCREEN emitter/receiver pair. Includes LAT-1 52150
retroreflective target material and two mounting clips.

Banner Engineering Corp. Minneapolis, U.S.A.


www.bannerengineering.com Tel: 763.544.316
P/N 113482 rev. A 57
Dual MINI-SCREEN
Safety Standards MUSF-DINT-1T2 (Trip) / MUSF-DINT-1L2 (Latch)

SOURCES
ANSI B11 Documents
U.S. Application Standards
American National Standards ANSI B11.1 Mechanical Power Presses ANSI B11.14 Coil Slitting Machines/
Institute Systems
ANSI B11.2 Hydraulic Power Presses
11 West 42nd Street ANSI B11.15 Pipe, Tube, and Shape
New York, NY 10036 ANSI B11.3 Power Press Brakes
Bending Machines
Telephone: (212) 642-4900 ANSI B11.4 Shears
www.ansi.org ANSI B11.16 Metal Powder Compacting
ANSI B11.5 Iron Workers Presses
-or- ANSI B11.6 Lathes ANSI B11.17 Horizontal Extrusion
Safety Director ANSI B11.7 Cold Headers and Cold Presses
AMT The Association for Formers ANSI B11.18 Machinery and Machine
Manufacturing Technology
ANSI B11.8 Drilling, Milling, and Boring Systems for the Processing of Coiled
7901 Westpark Drive Machines Strip, Sheet, and Plate
McLean, VA 22102
Telephone: (703) 893-2900 ANSI B11.9 Grinding Machines ANSI B11.19 Performance Criteria for
ANSI B11.10 Metal Sawing Machines Safeguarding
www.mfgtech.org
ANSI B11.11 Gear Cutting Machines ANSI B11.20 Manufacturing
ANSI/RIA Documents Systems/Cells
ANSI B11.12 Roll Forming and Roll
Obtain from ANSI (above) or: ANSI/RIA R15.06 Safety Requirements
Bending Machines
Robotics Industries Association for Industrial Robots and Robot Systems
900 Victors Way, P.O. Box 3724 ANSI B11.13 Single- and Multiple-
Spindle Automatic Bar and Chucking NFPA 79 Electrical Standard for
Ann Arbor, MI 48106 Industrial Machinery
Machines
Telephone: (734) 994-6088
www.robotics.org

NFPA Documents OSHA Regulations


National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
OSHA Documents listed are part of: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147 The Control of
Code of Federal Regulations Title 29, Parts Hazardous Energy (lockout/tagout)
P.O. Box 9101
1900 to 1910 OSHA 29 CFR 1910.217 (Guarding of)
Quincy, MA 02269-9101
Telephone: (800) 344-3555 OSHA 29 CFR 1910.212 General Mechanical Power Presses
www.nfpa.org Requirements for (Guarding of) All
Machines
OSHA Documents
Superintendent of Documents
Government Printing Office
European Standards
P.O. Box 371954
ISO/TR 12100-1 & -2 (EN 292-1 & -2) ISO 14121 (EN 1050) Principles of Risk
Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954
Safety of Machinery Basic Concepts, Assessment
Telephone: (202) 512-1800
General Principles for Design ISO 14119 (EN 1088) Interlocking
www.osha.gov
ISO 13852 (EN 294) Safety Distances Devices Associated with Guards
EN and IEC Standards . . . Upper Limbs Principles for Design and Selection
Global Engineering Documents ISO 13850 (EN 418) Emergency Stop IEC/EN 60204-1 Electrical Equipment of
15 Inverness Way East Devices, Functional Aspects Principles Machines Part 1: General Requirements
Englewood, CO 80112-5704 for Design IEC/EN 61496 Electro-sensitive
Phone: (800) 854-7179 ISO/DIS 13851 (EN 574) Two-Hand Protection Equipment
Fax: (303) 397-2740 Control Devices Functional Aspects IEC 60529 Degrees of Protection
www.global.lhs.com Principles for Design Provided by Enclosures
ISO 13853 (prEN 811) Safety Distances IEC/EN 60947-5-1 Low Voltage
BS Documents . . . Lower Limbs Switchgear Electromechanical Control
British Standards Association ISO 13849 (EN 954-1) Safety-Related Circuit Devices
2 Park Street Parts of Control Systems
London W1A 2BS
IEC/EN 60947-1 Low Voltage
ISO/DIS 13855 (EN 999) The Switchgear General Rules
England
Positioning of Protective Equipment in
Telephone: 011-44-908-1166
Respect to Approach Speeds of Parts of
www.bsi.org.uk the Human Body
Banner Engineering Corp. Minneapolis, U.S.A.
www.bannerengineering.com Tel: 763.544.3164
58 P/N 113482 rev. A
WARRANTY: Banner Engineering Corp. warrants its products to be free from defects for one year. Banner Engineering Corp. will repair or
replace, free of charge, any product of its manufacture found to be defective at the time it is returned to the factory during the warranty
period. This warranty does not cover damage or liability for the improper application of Banner products. This warranty is in lieu of any
other warranty either expressed or implied.

P/N 113482 rev. A

Banner Engineering Corp., 9714 Tenth Ave. No., Mpls., MN 55441 Ph: 763.544.3164 www.bannerengineering.com Email: sensors@bannerengineering.com
LAUDO NR 12
Laudo de Adequao de Maquinas conforme NR 12

ANEXO 6

Vlvula de segurana hidrulica;

35
Soprano Fechaduras e Ferragens S.A.
CNPJ: 24.334.092/0003-76
Av. Edgar Lopes Farias, 7223, Ncleo Industrial -
Campo Grande, MS
CERTIFICATO
CERTIFICATE
Certificato No.: TV IT 14 MAC 0045
Certificate No.:

Nome ed indirizzo del ATOS S.p.A.


richiedente: Via alla Piana, 57
Name and Address of the certificate holder: 21018 Sesto Calende (VA)

Data della domanda: 09/06/2014


Date of submission:

Prodotto: Valvole di sicurezza a cartuccia Serie JO-DL


Product: Cartridge Safety Valves Family JO-DL

Modelli / Type:
JO-DL-4-2/NC/FV-**DC
JO-DL-6-2/NC/FV-**DC
JO-DL-10-2/NC/FV-**DC

Schemi: DWG. No. 03345348 - WS08ZR - 01E-C-N**DG


Scheme: DWG. No. 03385068 - WS10ZR - 01E-C-N**DG
DWG. No. 03900123 - WS16ZR - 01E-C-N**DG

Data e numero rapporti di prova: 04/07/2014, IR 246974 Rev.0


Date and number of Test Reports:

Il prodotto stato verificato su base volontaria e risulta essere conforme


ai requisiti applicabili dei documenti sotto elencati.
Il rapporto di prova sopra indicato parte integrante del presente
certificato.
The product was tested on a voluntary basis and complies with the requirements of the below
listed documents. The above mentioned report is mandatory part of this certificate.
UNI EN 12622:2010: Sicurezza delle macchine utensili Presse piegatrici idrauliche
UNI EN 12622:2010: Safety of machine tools Hydraulic press brakes

UNI EN ISO 13849-1:2008: Sicurezza del macchinario Parti dei sistemi di


comando legate alla sicurezza Parte 1: Principi generali per la progettazione
UNI EN ISO 13849-1:2008: Safety of machinery - Safety-related parts of control systems Part 1:
General principles for design

Data emissione: 04/07/2014


Issue data:

Dott. Gennaro Oliva Data di scadenza: 03/07/2017


Industry Service Director Expiry date:

Si prega vedere le note sul retro


Please see remarks on reverse.
Informazioni sul certificato TV Italia

Il presente certificato valido solo per lazienda riportata sullo stesso e per le sue dipendenze.
LOrganismo Notificato il solo autorizzato a trasferire detto certificato ad una terza parte.
Il diritto di utilizzo del marchio illustrato sul certificato copre esclusivamente i prodotti riferentisi
allapprovazione di tipo e alle specifiche riportate nel rapporto di collaudo oppure negli accordi
complementari.
Ciascun prodotto deve essere corredato dalle necessarie istruzioni operative e di assemblaggio. Tutti i
prodotti devono chiaramente riportare il nome del fabbricante oppure dellimportatore e devono essere
corredati da una targa che identifichi la corrispondenza dellapprovazione di tipo con il prodotto
immesso sul mercato.

E fatto obbligo al titolare del certificato TV Italia di verificare in modo sistematico che i prodotti
provvisti di marchio soddisfino i requisiti dellesame; egli tenuto ad eseguire con diligenza tutti i
controlli stabiliti nellambito dei requisiti oppure richiesti dallEnte di Certificazione.

Oltre alle condizioni sopra descritte, al certificato TV Italia si applicano le condizioni effettive del
contratto generale. Il certificato vale per tutto il tempo in cui si possono ritenere validi i requisiti dello
stato darte in base al quale stata eseguita la certificazione, a meno che il certificato stesso non sia
stato ritirato in base alle clausole previste dal regolamento di verifica e certificazione.

Information regarding the TV Italia Certificate

This certificate is only valid for the referenced company and its facilities stated on the certificate. Only
the Certification Body is allowed to transfer (assign) it to a third party.

The right to use the marking depicted on the certificate covers solely products, which match with the
type approval and the specifications within the test report or within its complementary (additional)
agreements.

Each product has to contain (be accompanied) the necessary operating and assembly instructions.
Each product must bear the clearly visible identification of the manufacturer or importer as well as a
type plate, in order to identify the compliance of the type approval with the product placed on the
market.

The holder of the TV Italia certificate is obliged to continuously observe if the manufacture of the
marked products complies with the test requirements; he is obliged to perform the control tests defined
within the test requirements or by the Certification Body in an orderly manner.

Aside from the conditions referenced above, the conditions within the General Contract are effective
for the TV Italia certificate. It is valid as long as the state of the art requirements on which the test
(approval) was based, are effective, if it was not withdrawn prior on conditions within the General
Contract.

It is valid as long as the state of the art requirements on which the test (approval) was based, are
effective, if it was not withdrawn prior on conditions within the General Contract.
If this certificate expires or is withdrawn it has to be returned to the Certification Body immediately.
CERTIFICATO
CERTIFICATE
Certificato No.: TV IT 14 MAC 0037
Certificate No.:

Nome ed indirizzo del ATOS S.p.A.


richiedente: Via alla Piana, 57
Name and Address of the certificate holder: 21018 Sesto Calende (VA)

Data della domanda:


Date of submission:

Nome ed indirizzo del ATOS S.p.A.


fabbricante: Via alla Piana, 57
Name and address of Manufacturer: 21018 Sesto Calende (VA)

Prodotto: Schemi idraulici per il comando e controllo


Product: di presse piegatrici idrauliche a barra di
torsione a corsa discendente.
Hydraulic schemes for the control and monitoring of
torsion bar downstroke hydraulic press brakes.

Schemi: T802524/I/1rev.0 e rev. 1 del 29/10/2013


Scheme: T802524/I/1 rev.0 e rev. 1dated 2013/10/29

Data e numero rapporti di prova: 17/02/2014, IR 208574 / T802524


Date and number of Test Reports:

Il prodotto stato verificato su base volontaria e risulta essere


conforme ai requisiti applicabili dei documenti sotto elencati.
Il rapporto di prova sopra indicato parte integrante del presente
certificato.
The product was tested on a voluntary basis and complies with the requirements of the below
listed documents. The above mentioned report is mandatory part of this certificate.
UNI EN 12622:2010: Sicurezza delle macchine utensili Presse piegatrici idrauliche
UNI EN 12622:2010: Safety of machine tools Hydraulic press brakes

UNI EN ISO 13849-1:2008: Sicurezza del macchinario Parti dei sistemi di


comando legate alla sicurezza Parte 1: Principi generali per la progettazione
UNI EN ISO 13849-1:2008: Safety of machinery - Safety-related parts of control systems Part 1:
General principles for design

Data emissione: 17/02/2014


Issue data:

Dott. Gennaro Oliva Data di scadenza: 16/02/2017


Industry Service Director Expiry date:

Si prega vedere le note sul retro


Please see remarks on reverse.
Informazioni sul certificato TV Italia

Il presente certificato valido solo per lazienda riportata sullo stesso e per le sue dipendenze.
LOrganismo Notificato il solo autorizzato a trasferire detto certificato ad una terza parte.
Il diritto di utilizzo del marchio illustrato sul certificato copre esclusivamente i prodotti riferentisi
allapprovazione di tipo e alle specifiche riportate nel rapporto di collaudo oppure negli accordi
complementari.
Ciascun prodotto deve essere corredato dalle necessarie istruzioni operative e di assemblaggio. Tutti i
prodotti devono chiaramente riportare il nome del fabbricante oppure dellimportatore e devono essere
corredati da una targa che identifichi la corrispondenza dellapprovazione di tipo con il prodotto
immesso sul mercato.

E fatto obbligo al titolare del certificato TV Italia di verificare in modo sistematico che i prodotti
provvisti di marchio soddisfino i requisiti dellesame; egli tenuto ad eseguire con diligenza tutti i
controlli stabiliti nellambito dei requisiti oppure richiesti dallEnte di Certificazione.

Oltre alle condizioni sopra descritte, al certificato TV Italia si applicano le condizioni effettive del
contratto generale. Il certificato vale per tutto il tempo in cui si possono ritenere validi i requisiti dello
stato darte in base al quale stata eseguita la certificazione, a meno che il certificato stesso non sia
stato ritirato in base alle clausole previste dal regolamento di verifica e certificazione.

Information regarding the TV Italia Certificate

This certificate is only valid for the referenced company and its facilities stated on the certificate. Only
the Certification Body is allowed to transfer (assign) it to a third party.

The right to use the marking depicted on the certificate covers solely products, which match with the
type approval and the specifications within the test report or within its complementary (additional)
agreements.

Each product has to contain (be accompanied) the necessary operating and assembly instructions.
Each product must bear the clearly visible identification of the manufacturer or importer as well as a
type plate, in order to identify the compliance of the type approval with the product placed on the
market.

The holder of the TV Italia certificate is obliged to continuously observe if the manufacture of the
marked products complies with the test requirements; he is obliged to perform the control tests defined
within the test requirements or by the Certification Body in an orderly manner.

Aside from the conditions referenced above, the conditions within the General Contract are effective
for the TV Italia certificate. It is valid as long as the state of the art requirements on which the test
(approval) was based, are effective, if it was not withdrawn prior on conditions within the General
Contract.

It is valid as long as the state of the art requirements on which the test (approval) was based, are
effective, if it was not withdrawn prior on conditions within the General Contract.
If this certificate expires or is withdrawn it has to be returned to the Certification Body immediately.
LAUDO NR 12
Laudo de Adequao de Maquinas conforme NR 12

ANEXO 7
Rel de segurana

36
LAUDO NR 12
Laudo de Adequao de Maquinas conforme NR 12

ANEXO 8
CLP de segurana;

37
Soprano Fechaduras e Ferragens S.A.
CNPJ: 24.334.092/0003-76
Av. Edgar Lopes Farias, 7223, Ncleo Industrial -
Campo Grande, MS
2017-06-18 9128441.pdf 1/5
used directives and standards
Pos Pos.text Short.desc. Document-No. Issued SICK-Id-No. Pos-Exchg.
0111 OJEU L 96 EMC DIRECTIVE 2014/30/EU RL 2014/30/EU 2014-02-26 8606191
0170 OJEU L 157 MACHINERY DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC RL 2006/42/EC 2006-05-01 8605934
1010 LVD,MAS SAFETY OF MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMEN EN 60204-1 2006-06-01 8605764
1030 LVD ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN POWER... EN 50178 1997-10-01 8604106
1120 LVD SAFETY OF MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMEN EN 60204-1/A1 2009-02-01 8606050
1260 LVD ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR FURNACES EN 50156-1 2004-10-01 8606204
2010 EMC EMC,IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS EN 61000-6-2 2005-08-01 8605737
2030 EMC EMC, EMISSION INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS EN 61000-6-4 2007-01-01 8605870
2070 EMC EMC, EMISSION INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS EN 61000-6-4/A1 2011-02-01 8606052
3040 MAS SAFETY-RELATED PARTS OF CONTROL SYSTEMS EN ISO 13849-1 2015-12-01 8606228 Z399
3060 MAS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY EN 62061/A1 2013-02-01 8606145
3070 MAS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY EN 62061 2005-04-01 8605740
as of 2017-06-18; actual state of document item list: Z399 EU declaration of conformity 9128441

2017-06-18 9128441.pdf 2/5


used standards of the type-examination certificate
Pos Pos.text Short.desc. Document-No. Issued SICK-Id-No. Pos-Exchg.
4100 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-1 2010-05-01 8606006
4110 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-2 2010-05-01 8606007
4120 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-3 2010-05-01 8606008
4130 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-4 2010-05-01 8606009
as of 2017-06-18 EU declaration of conformity 9128441

2017-06-18 9128441.pdf 3/5


EC Declaration of conformity

Ident-No. : 9129530 ZLR2

Notified body within the meaning of the Machine Directive

Address of TV SD Product Service GmbH


Zertifizierstelle
notified Ridlerstrae 65
body 80339 Mnchen, Germany
No. of notified body: 0123

engaged for EC type-examination

M6A 17 04 72595 028 dated 2017-04-20

The person(s) authorized to complete the technical file in accordance with the requirement of the
Machine Directive are the signing person(s) on the cover pages.

2017-06-18 9128441.pdf 4/5


List of devices (count: 14)
SICK-ID-No. Device-type
1044124 FX3-XTDI80002
1044125 FX3-XTIO84002
1045260 FX3-XTDI80202
1045261 FX3-XTIO84202
1050611 FX3-XTDI80212
1050612 FX3-XTIO84212
1050617 FX3-XTDI80012
1050618 FX3-XTIO84012
1051172 FX3-XTIO84302
1051173 FX3-XTDI80302
1061777 FX3-XTDS84002
1067640 FX3-XTDS84302
1070546 FX3-XTIO84402
1070547 FX3-XTDS84402
as of 2017-06-18
EU declaration of conformity 9128441

2017-06-18 9128441.pdf 5/5


2017-06-18 9124226.pdf 1/5
used directives and standards
Pos Pos.text Short.desc. Document-No. Issued SICK-Id-No. Pos-Exchg.
0111 OJEU L 96 EMC DIRECTIVE 2014/30/EU RL 2014/30/EU 2014-02-26 8606191
0170 OJEU L 157 MACHINERY DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC RL 2006/42/EC 2006-05-01 8605934
1010 LVD,MAS SAFETY OF MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMEN EN 60204-1 2006-06-01 8605764
1030 LVD ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN POWER... EN 50178 1997-10-01 8604106
1120 LVD SAFETY OF MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMEN EN 60204-1/A1 2009-02-01 8606050
1260 LVD ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR FURNACES EN 50156-1 2004-10-01 8606204
2010 EMC EMC,IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS EN 61000-6-2 2005-08-01 8605737
2030 EMC EMC, EMISSION INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS EN 61000-6-4 2007-01-01 8605870
2070 EMC EMC, EMISSION INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS EN 61000-6-4/A1 2011-02-01 8606052
3040 MAS SAFETY-RELATED PARTS OF CONTROL SYSTEMS EN ISO 13849-1 2015-12-01 8606228 Z399
3060 MAS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY EN 62061/A1 2013-02-01 8606145
3070 MAS FUNCTIONAL SAFETY EN 62061 2005-04-01 8605740
as of 2017-06-18; actual state of document item list: Z399 EU declaration of conformity 9124226

2017-06-18 9124226.pdf 2/5


used standards of the type-examination certificate
Pos Pos.text Short.desc. Document-No. Issued SICK-Id-No. Pos-Exchg.
4100 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-1 2010-05-01 8606006
4110 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-2 2010-05-01 8606007
4120 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-3 2010-05-01 8606008
4130 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-4 2010-05-01 8606009
4140 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-5 2010-05-01 8606010
4150 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-6 2010-05-01 8606011
4160 CERT FUNCTIONAL SAFETY OF ELECTRICAL EN 61508-7 2010-05-01 8606012
as of 2017-06-18 EU declaration of conformity 9124226

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EC Declaration of conformity

Ident-No. : 9129054 WH80

Notified body within the meaning of the Machine Directive

Address of TV Rheinland Industrie Service GmbH


notified Alboinstr. 56
body 12103 Berlin, Germany
No. of notified body: 0035

engaged for EC type-examination

01/205/5237/12 dated 2012-07-04

The person(s) authorized to complete the technical file in accordance with the requirement of the
Machine Directive are the signing person(s) on the cover pages.

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List of devices (count: 35)
SICK-ID-No. Device-type
1043700 FX3-MPL000001
1043783 FX3-CPU000000
1043784 FX3-CPU130002
1045180 FX3-MPL000001S01
1045258 FX3-CPU000200
1045259 FX3-CPU130202
1045262 FX3-MPL000201
1047162 FX3-MPL100001
1050609 FX3-CPU000210
1050610 FX3-CPU130212
1050613 FX3-MPL000211
1050615 FX3-CPU000010
1050616 FX3-CPU130012
1050619 FX3-MPL000011
1051170 FX3-CPU000300
1051171 FX3-CPU130302
1051180 FX3-MPL000301
1058330 FX3-MPL000001S02
1058863 FX3-MPL000001S03
1058999 FX3-CPU230002
1059305 FX3-CPU320002
1062102 FX3-MPL000001S04
1062103 FX3-MPL000001S05
1064208 FX3-MPL000001S06
1064209 FX3-MPL000001S07
1064729 FX3-MPL000001S08
1065157 FX3-MPL000001S09
1067454 FX3-CPU320202
1067455 FX3-MPL100201
1067456 FX3-CPU320212
1067457 FX3-MPL100211
1067638 FX3-CPU320302
1067639 FX3-MPL100301
1070545 FX3-CPU000400
1086537 FX3-MPL000001S10
as of 2017-06-18
EU declaration of conformity 9124226

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