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1 User's Guide englishBTL7-S5 www.balluff.
User's Guide englishBTL7-S5 www.balluff.com 3 Approvals and markingsAbbreviationsExplanationof the warningsPreparing for installationInstallation recommendation for hydraulic cylindersShielding and cable routingSynchronous and asynchronous operationConguration using the Micropulse Conguration Tool (only for BTL7-S510(B)-…)17Micropulse Conguration Tool (software)Technical dataUpdate rate and clock frequency 4 BKS-S32/S33M-00, freely congurableBKS-S232/S233-PU-_ _, preassembledBKS-S115/S116-PU-_ _, preassembledBKS-S140-23-00, freely congurableBKS-S147/S148M-00, freely congurableType code breakdownProduct labels 5 options for the BTL7 Micropulse Transducer with SSI /FA (see Type code breakdown on Read this guide before installing and operating the t

2 ransducer. are indicated by a preceding
ransducer. are indicated by a preceding are numbered consecutively: Note, tipThis symbol indicates general notes.1.3Scope of delivery–BTL7 transducer–Condensed guide The magnets are available in various models and must be ordered separately.Approvals and markings UL approvalThe US patent was awarded in connection with this product. Not for BTL7-…-FA__ The CE Mark verifies that our products meet the requirements of the current EMC Directive.The transducer meets the requirements of the following product standard:Electromagnetic fields (RFI) Conducted interference induced by high-frequency fields More detailed information on the guidelines, approvals, and standards is included in the AbbreviationsSynchronous Serial Interface 1Notes to the user 6 The Micropulse Transdu

3 cer, together with a machine controller
cer, together with a machine controller (e.g. PLC), comprises a position measuring system. Flawless function in accordance with the specifications in the technical data is ensured only when Opening the transducer or non-approved use are not permitted and will result in the loss of warranty and liability claims against the manufacturer.are those who can recognize possible hazards and institute the appropriate safety measures due to their professional training, knowledge, relevant regulations pertaining to the work to be done. is responsible for ensuring that local safety regulations are observed.In particular, the operator must take steps to ensure that a defect in the position measuring system will not result in hazards to persons or equipment.If defects and unresolvable faults occur i

4 n the transducer, it should be taken out
n the transducer, it should be taken out of service and secured against Explanationof the warningsAlways observe the warnings in these instructions and the measures described to avoid hazards.The warnings used here contain various signal words and are structured as follows: Hazard type and sourceMeasures to avoid hazardsThe individual signal words mean: Identifies a hazard that could destroy the product The general warning symbol in conjunction with the signal word DANGER identifies a hazard which, if not will certainly result in death Observe the national regulations for disposal. 2Safety 7 Fig. 3-1: Ø 6.70.5 Ø 2571112560Ø D1G4546 13.5 12.8 71 (74.5)25 74.5 12.8 BTL7…A/B/Y/Z(8)… transducer, construction and function(see Type code breakdown on Aluminum housing contai

5 ning the processing electronics.Mounting
ning the processing electronics.Mounting thread: We recommend assembling the transducer on the fastening screw thread:The transducers with Ø10.2mm have an additional thread at the end of the rod to support larger nominal lengths. Defines the position to be measured on the waveguide. Magnets are available in various models and must be ordered separately (see Accessories on pageRods with various nominal lengths from 25 mm to 7620mm are available depending on the version:Ø10.2mm: Nominal length from 25mm to 7620mmØ8mm: Nominal length from 25mm to 1016mm Area at the end of the rod that cannot be used for measurements, but which may be passed over.The Micropulse Transducer contains the waveguide which is protected by an outer stainle

6 ss steel tube (rod). A measured on the w
ss steel tube (rod). A measured on the waveguide.An internally generated INIT pulse interacts with the in the waveguide which propagates at ultrasonic speed.prevent reflection. The component of the torsional wave in antivalent form as synchronous serial data (SSI) on the 422 interface. This is done with a high level of precision and reproducibility within the measuring range indicated as Differential positionSpeed difference Thread size:Y: 2"-0.04"BTL7…A/Y…Thread size:Y: 3/4"-16UNFUnusable area VersionThread No threadView of 8 3 Construction and function (continued)3.3LED displayFig. 3-2: LED1LED2 Position of the BTL7 LED displays GreenError GreenSynchronous operationInternal measurement is synchronous to SSI query.OffAsynchronous operationInternal measurement is a

7 synchronous to SSI query.greenProgrammin
synchronous to SSI query.greenProgramming mode The entire range of functionality can only be configured with the PC software "Micropulse Configuration Tool". To do this, the USB When reading or writing data via the Micropulse Configuration Tool, LED2 flashes green to display programming mode.1) Asynchronous operation is reached when the external sampling rate is or (…)echnical data on Behavior of LED1 and the error value through the entire PosSSI out 0 5 mm 221 LED Behavior of LED1 and error value BTL75µmFor resolutions 5µm, in the case of an error, bit 2set. For resolutions µe is no error bit and the 9 4.1Installation guidelinesNon-magnetizable material min.Ø D21)MagnetNon-magnetizable material Min

8 . ØD2=Minimum diameter o
. ØD2=Minimum diameter of the bore (seeTab. 4-1)protected against magnetic interference through suitable measures (e.g. spacer ring made of non-magnetizable material, a suitable distance from strong external magnetic Spacer ring made of non-magnetizable materialMagnet min.Ø D21)Spacer ring made of non-magnetizable Magnet Min.ØD2=Minimum diameter of the bore (seeTab. 4-1) Bore diameter D2Tab. 4-1:Bore diameter if installed in a Preparing for installation We recommend using non-�nominal lengths 500mm, support the rod and tighten it If installed in a hydraulic cylinder, ensure that the minimum value for the bore diameter of the support piston is complied with (seeTab. 4-1).(ISO) or 3/4"-16UNF (SAE) mounting thread. D

9 epending on the version, a mounting hole
epending on the version, a mounting hole must be made before Mounting hole M18x1.5 per ISO6149 O-ring15.4x2.1Fig. 4-4: Various magnets are available for the BTL7 4Installation and connection 10 4.3Installing the transducer Interference in functionImproper installation can compromise the function of the transducer and result in increased wear.The bore must be perfectly sealed (O-ring/at seal).Make a mounting hole with thread (possibly with Screw the transducer with mounting thread into the mounting hole (max. torque100Nm).From 500mm nominal length: support the rod and Suitable nuts for the mounting thread are Installation recommendation for hydraulic pressure will be reduced in accordance with the larger pressurized surface.�lengths500&

10 #31;mm), we recommend affixing a sliding
#31;mm), we recommend affixing a sliding element to protect the rod end from wear. responsibility of the cylinder manufacturer.appropriate load case, medium used, and application temperatures. E.g. Torlon, Teflon or bronze are all possible The sliding element can be screwed on or bonded. Secure the screws so they cannot be loosened or lost. There must be a gap between the sliding element and piston bore that is sufficiently large for the hydraulic oil to flow through.ScrewsThreaded ringPress fitting If installed in a hydraulic cylinder, the magnet should not make contact with the rod.The hole in the spacer ring must ensure optimum guidance of the rod by the sliding element. supporting rod is shown in Fig.4-8 on page11. Piston rod 11 Fig. 4-8: Example2, transducer insta

11 lled with supporting rodusing a cable or
lled with supporting rodusing a cable or a connector.The connection or pin assignments for the respective version can be found in Tab. 4-2 to Tab. 4-6. routing on page12. BTL7 standard Unassigned leads can be connected to the GND on the controller side Tab. 4-2: transducer), 8-pin M16 circular plug BTL7 standard Unassigned leads can be connected to the GND on the controller side Tab. 4-3: transducer), 8-pin M12 circular plug BTL7 standard Unassigned leads can be connected to the GND on the controller side Tab. 4-4: ABCJKGHFDE transducer), 10-pin circular plug Supporting rod made of non-magnetizable material 12 4.4.4Connector type S147 BTL7 standard Unassigned leads can be connected to the GND on the controller side Tab. 4-5: transducer), 7-pin M16 circular plug BTL7 standardCable

12 BTL7-S5_ _-…-FA BTL7-S5_ _B-…-
BTL7-S5_ _-…-FA BTL7-S5_ _B-…-FABTL7-S510-…-FA BTL7-S510B-…-FARD redGN greenBN brown Unassigned leads can be connected to the GND on the controller side Tab. 4-6: Clk, Data and supply are twisted in pairs (see +Cl–Clk+Dat–DatGN+24 YEPKGYGNBUBN controllerevaluation/controllerShielding and cable routing Defined ground!The transducer and the control cabinet must be at the same ground potential.To ensure electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), observe Connect the transducer and controller using a shielded Ground the cable shielding on the controller side (connect with the protective earth conductor).between the transducer cylinder and strong, external Cable routingDo not route the cable between the transducer, controller, The cable must be routed tension-free.ti

13 mes the cable diameter. Prerequisite:
mes the cable diameter. Prerequisite: Construction, shielding and routing preclude the effect of any external noise fields. Required cable cross-section 0.6mmAWG19.Tab. 4-7: For notes on cable length, see Technical data 4 Installation and connection (continued)BTL7…- cable 13 5Startup5.1Starting up the system Uncontrolled system movementyet been set, the system may perform uncontrolled movements. This could result in personal injury and Persons must keep away from the system's hazardous zones.system manufacturer.Check connections for tightness and correct polarity. Turn on the system.Check measured values and adjustable parameters and readjust the transducer, if necessary. Check for the correct values at the null point and end point, especially after re

14 placing the transducer or after repair b
placing the transducer or after repair by the manufacturer.components on a regular basis.Take the position measuring system out of operation whenever there is a malfunction.Secure the system against unauthorized use. 14 SSI stands for Synchronous Serial Interface and describes a digital synchronous interface with a differential clock line and a differential data line.With the first falling cycle edge, the data word to be output is buffered in the transducer to ensure data consistency. account in the controller. The max. clock frequency flength (see Technical data on page20, Fig. 8-2). The trising edge. The data line remains at low until the thas elapsed. Afterwards, the transducer is ready again to receive the next clock package. Cl k Da ta TClktv tv Clk Data MSBLSB TClk12345nn+1

15 tm SSIn Clk Data TA SSI clock period, SS
tm SSIn Clk Data TA SSI clock period, SSI clock frequencyNumber of bits to be transmitted (requires n+1 clock impulses)Time until the SSI interface is ready againTransmission delay times (measured with a 1m cable)With the BTL7-S5_ _B-M…, position data is determined and output in a timely manner and synchronous to the external sampling period. For synchronous operation, the asynchronous operation outside of this range. If the minimum sampling time is undercut, the transducer external sampling rate is then greater than the internal rate. range of the previous 15 Standard BTL7 has the following factory settings for retroactively:The contents of the information to be transferred and the error value can be configured with the BTL7-S510(B)-…. Position, speed, or position/spe

16 ed differences can be sent 23Position0M
ed differences can be sent 23Position0MLOutput of a position via SSI24M=MSB (Most Significant Bit)L=LSB (Least Significant Bit) Error value or position valueExample of a SSI26 with error bit at bit position21 and error value0. The data length there is 21bit, the total bit number is 26. Four zeros are transmitted before the error Cl k Da ta 15 12345 SSI16 141312 678 9 101112 131415 1617 11109 876 543 210 Negative values are output as a two's complement. With positive speeds, the magnet moves away from the electronics head; with negative speeds it moves towards the electronics head. The controller must be set to process UnderclockingIf there are too few clock edges, the current data level will Timeout times) after the last negative edge from Clk. If, however, another Af

17 terwards, a T event will occur internall
terwards, a T event will occur internally, the data output burst. TimetOverclockingIf there are too many clock edges, the data output will switch to low after the correct number of cycles has been additional negative edge from Clk and the Tinternally. Data switches back to high after the timetmunication error in the Micropulse Configuration Tool. In short, a communication error is caused by the following:correspond to the bit number in the controller.The SSI clock frequency is too low 16 Synchronous and asynchronous operationSynchronous operationA uniform and brief timing is often required for control and constant as possible. Synchronous operation is thus intended for closed control loops. Here, the internal sensing cycle adjusts itself to the external sampling cycle.The fol

18 lowing graphic clarifies this relationsh
lowing graphic clarifies this relationship:Two boundary conditions must be taken into account during synchronous operation:The external sampling frequency f must be in the range . The maximum permissible sampling frequency f is shown in Fig. 8-1 on page20. The sampling frequency must be kept as constant as The sampling frequency is the reciprocal value frequency.Asynchronous operationDuring asynchronous operation, the external sampling frequency is independent of the internal sampling frequency of the transducer. Depending on the external query point, the position is more or less current and the equal to the internal sampling period. The transducer always works with the maximum possible internal sampling frequency. Due to the measuring principle, the maximum sampling frequency fl

19 ength of the transducer. The following g
ength of the transducer. The following graphic shows the behavior of internal and external sampling in asynchronous operation:External sampling Internal sampling point + processing External Internal sampling point + processing 17 Conguration using the Micropulse Conguration Tool (only for BTL7-S510(B)-…)Micropulse Conguration Tool (software)The BTL7-S510(B)-… transducer can be configured quickly and simply on a PC using the Micropulse Configuration Tool PC software.The most important features include:Online display of the current position of the magnetPossible to reset to the factory settings The PC software and associated manual can be found in the Internet under www.balluff.com.With BTL7-S510(B)-… transducers with a connector (S32/between the transducer

20 and controller. The communication With
and controller. The communication With a BTL7-S510(B)-…-cable transducer, the communication lines La, Lb and GND are connected to the Connecting the communication box with a cable connection When reading or writing data via the Configuration Tool, the LED2 flashes green.PrerequisitesSoftware correctly installed.Transducer connected to the power supply.Magnet on transducer.direction of movement. A movement from the starting movement from the end point to the starting point is Speed of the magnet, the direction of movement cannot be read.Differential position:Speed difference: The speeds of two magnets are Freely configurable characteristic curveadjusting the resolution.The error value can be set.Two magnets can only be selected from a nominal Uncontrolled system movementye

21 t been set, the system may perform uncon
t been set, the system may perform uncontrolled movements. This could result in personal injury and The system must be taken out of operation before Transducers may only be communication box must be removed 6-pin8-pin Connection cable approx. 0.3 m approx. 0.3 m with Controller 8-pinUSB cable Controllerapprox. 0.6 m with 18 The specifications are typical values for BTL7-S… at 24VDC, at room temperature, and with a nominal length Special versions are indicated by the suffix -SA Position resolutionresolution 10µmr�esolution 10µmHysteresisTemperature coefficientSpeed resolutionOperating temperatureOperating temperature for ULStorage temperatureRod pressure rating For Ø10.2mm Vibration (note resonant frequency of the rod)Deg

22 ree of protection per Voltage, stabilize
ree of protection per Voltage, stabilizedCurrent draw (at24VDC)Inrush currentReverse polarity protectionOvervoltage protectionDielectric strengthShort-circuit protection Individual specifications as per Balluff factory standard, resonances : The transducer must be externally connected via a limited-energy circuit as defined in UL61010-1, a low-power source as defined in Technical data 19 speed, differential position, speed difference (between 2magnets), error valueSSI clock frequency fBTL7 standard:Short-circuit protectionWeight (depends on Approx. 2kg/mYoung's modulusApprox. 200kN/mmthreadsTightening torque Technical data (continued)80 °C, 300V, internal wiring Cable temperatureFixed routingBTL7-…-FA__No UL approval availableCable t

23 emperatureFixed routing 20 The maximum s
emperatureFixed routing 20 The maximum sampling frequency fcurrent value is available with each sampling, can be found The maximum SSI clock frequency f Maximum SSI clock frequency depending on the cable length Technical data (continued)For longer length: required cable cross-section 0.6mm or AWG19 The minimum sampling frequency f 21 Accessories are not included in the scope of delivery and must be ordered separately. BTL-P-0814-GR-PAF Weight:Approx. 10gWeight:Approx. 90gtemperature:applications with a supporting rod):Weight:Approx. 68g Ø 4.120°Ø 28Ø 54 Ø 65 8 9.2Mounting nut–Mounting nut M18×1.5:BTL-A-FK01-E-M18×1.5–3/4”-16UNF mounting nut: 9Accessories 22 BKS-S32/S33M-00, freely congurableStraight connector, freely c

24 onfigurable ~ 62 Angled connector, freel
onfigurable ~ 62 Angled connector, freely configurable Ø 18 3137.2Ø 20Ø 6 - Ø ~ 54 BKS-S232/S233-PU-_ _, preassembledStraight connector, molded, preassembledVarious cable lengths can be ordered, e.g. Ø 2066 Angled connector, molded, preassembledVarious cable lengths can be ordered, e.g. Ø 20 4648.5Connector BKS-S233-PU-_ _ RD redGN greenBN brownTab. 9-1:BKS-S115/S116-PU-_ _, preassembledStraight connector, molded-on cable, preassembledVarious cable lengths can be ordered, e.g. 43Ø 13.5M12x1 Connector BKS-S115-PU-_ _ 9 Accessories (continued) 23 Angled connector, molded-on cable, preassembledVarious cable lengths can be ordered, e.g. 28 M12x1 Connector BKS-S116-PU-_ _Fig. 9-8: Connector BKS-S116-PU-_ _, outlet RD redGN greenBN brownTab. 9-2:BKS-S140-23-00, freely cong

25 urableStraight connector, field attachab
urableStraight connector, field attachable 50 Ø 26 BKS-S147/S148M-00, freely congurableStraight connector, field attachable ~ 62 Angled connector, field attachable Ø 18 3137.2Ø 20Ø 6 - Ø ~ 54 2adapter cables each approx. 0.3m, condensed guide.2adapter cables each approx. 0.3m, condensed guide.2adapter cables each approx. 0.3m, condensed guide.1adapter cable each approx. 0.6m, condensed guide. 24 Type code breakdownBTL7 standardMicropulse transducerSynchronous/asynchronous operation:B = synchronous operationwithout B = asynchronous operation(M0025…M7620: A, B, Y, Z)A = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod diameter 10.2mmB = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod diameter 10.2mmY = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, ro

26 d diameter 10.2mmZ = 3/4"-16UNF thr
d diameter 10.2mmZ = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, rod diameter 10.2mmA8 = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod diameter 8mmB8 = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod diameter 8mmY8 = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, rod diameter 8mmZ8 = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, rod diameter 8mmFA05 = 25 Type code breakdown (continued)Micropulse transducerSynchronous/asynchronous operation:B = synchronous operationwithout B = asynchronous operation(M0025…M7620: A, B, Y, Z)A = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod diameter 10.2mmB = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod diameter 10.2mmY = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, rod diameter 10.2mmZ = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, rod diameter 10.2mmA8 = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod

27 diameter 8mmB8 = Metric mounting th
diameter 8mmB8 = Metric mounting thread M18x1.5, O-ring, rod diameter 8mmY8 = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, rod diameter 8mmZ8 = 3/4"-16UNF thread, O-ring, rod diameter 8mmFA05 = 26 11.1Converting units of length1mm=0.0393700787inch Tab. 11-1: Tab. 11-2:Product labels Standard BTL7 product label BTL7-S510-… product label Ordering codeType codeOrdering codeType code www.balluff.comBalluff GmbH73765 Neuhausen a.d.F.balluff@balluff.deBalluff GmbH73765 Neuhausen a.d.F.service@balluff.deBalluff Inc.Florence, KY 41042Toll-free 1-800-543-8390technicalsupport@balluff.comBalluff (Shanghai) trading Co., ltd.Shanghai, 200127, P.R. China service@balluff.com.cn english /FAMicropulse Transducer - Rod Style www.balluff.com english /FAMicropulse Transducer -

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