WTB16 Bluetooth®
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS SICK Sensor Intelligence.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

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Described product WTB16 - Bluetooth® Manufacturer SICK AG Erwin-Sick-Str. 1 79183 Waldkirch Germany Legal information This work is protected by copyright. Any rights derived from the copyright shall be reserved for SICK AG. Reproduction of this document or parts of this document is only permissible within the limits of the legal determination of Copyright Law. Any modification, abridgment or translation of this document is prohibited without the express written permission of SICK AG. The trademarks stated in this document are the property of their respective owner. © SICK AG. All rights...

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8022691 | SICK Subject to change without notice

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Safety information General safety notes Read the operating instructions before commissioning. Connection, mounting, and configuration may only be performed by trained specialists. ■ Not a safety component in accordance with the EU Machinery Directive. When commissioning, protect the device from moisture and contamination. These operating instructions contain information required during the life cycle of the sensor. Notes on UL approval The device must be supplied by a Class 2 source of supply. UL Environmental Rating: Enclosure type 1 Intended use The WTB16 Bluetooth is an opto-electronic...

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@ Center of optical axis, receiver © LED indicator green: Supply voltage active 7 LED indicator yellow: Status of received light beam © Press-turn element: Adjusting the sensing range ® BluePilot blue: Sensing range dis- Mount the sensor using a suitable mounting bracket (see the SICK range of accessories). Note the sensor's maximum permissible tightening torque of < 1,3 Nm. Note the preferred direction of the object relative to the sensor, cf. figure 1 and 2. Electrical installation The sensors must be connected in a voltage-free state (UV = 0 V). The following information...

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Table 2: Push / pull 6 CommissioningBluetooth® is switched on for initial commissioning. You can get SOPASair in the Google PlayStore (Android) and in the App Store (iOS). Operating system requirements: Android version 6.0, most current version of iOS. Subject 8022691 | SICK to change without notice

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Alignment WTB16P Bluetooth®: Align sensor on object. Select the position so that the red emitted light beam hits the center of the object. You must ensure that the optical opening (front screen) of the sensor is completely clear [see figure 3, see figure 4]. WTB16I Bluetooth®: Align sensor on object. Select the position so that the infrared light (not visible) hits the center of the object. The correct alignment can only be detected via the LED indicators. see figure 3, figure 4 , see table 1, see table 2. You must ensure that the optical opening (front screen) of the sensor is completely...

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Example: Sensing range on black, 6%, A = Detection distance (depending on object remission) BluePilot; Sensing range indicator (blue LED) Teach-Turn adjustment A = Detection distance (depending on object remission) BluePilot; Sensing range indicator (blue LED) Teach-Turn adjustment Sensing range setting Subject 8022691 I SICK to change without notice

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COMMISSIONING 6 WTB16x-xxxxxx2xAxx with press-turn element: The sensing range is adjusted by pressing the teach-in button (approx. 1-3 sec.). Depending on the requirements, the potentiometer can be used for fine-tuning (without pressing the teach-in button). Clockwise rotation: sensing range increased. Counterclockwise rotation: sensing range reduced. The sensing range can also be adjusted using just the potentiometer. We recommend placing the object within the sensing range, see figure 8 for an example. Once the sens‐ ing range has been adjusted, the object is removed from the path of the...

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6 COMMISSIONING WTB16x-xxxxxx1xAxx with potentiometer: The sensing range is adjusted with the potentiometer. Clockwise rotation: sensing range increased. Counterclockwise rotation: sensing range reduced. We recommend placing the object within the sensing range, see figure 9 for an exam‐ ple. Once the sensing range has been adjusted, the object is removed from the path of the beam, which causes the background to be suppressed and the switching output to change (see table 1, table 2). Figure 9: WTB16x-xxxxxx1xAxx, adjusting the sensing range with potentiometer 8022691 | SICK Subject to change...

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COMMISSIONING 6 WTB16x-xxxxxx3xAxx with teach-in button: The sensing range is adjusted by pressing the teach-in button (approx. 1-3 sec.). We recommend placing the object within the sensing range, see figure 10 for an example. Once the sensing range has been adjusted, the object is removed from the path of the beam, which causes the background to be suppressed and the switching output to change (see table 1, table 2). Figure 10: WTB16x-xxxxxx3xAxx, adjusting the sensing range with teach-in button 8022691 | SICK Subject to change without notice

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Process data structure (Version 1.1) 8022691 | SICK to change without notice

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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Le present appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est autorisee aux deux conditions suivantes: (1) l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit...

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Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by SICK AG may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful...

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