Sick CLV630-6000
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Sick CLV630-6000
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  • Integrated pushbuttons for auto setup and reading diagnostics
  • Integrated LED bar graph
  • CAN, Ethernet TCP/IP, PROFINET, and EtherNet/IP available on board, no additional gateway needed (depending on variant)
Item Number: CLV630-6000
Total price: 2811.03
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Part Number1041976
Vibration resistance:EN 60068-2-6 (1995)
Reading field:Oscillating mirror
Switching inputs:4 (“Sensor 1”, “Sensor 2”, 2 inputs via optional parameter storage CMC600 in CDB620/CDM420)
Light source:Visible red light (655 nm)
Power consumption:6 W
Protocol (Ethernet):PROFINET Dual Port (optional via external connection module CDF600-2), EtherCAT (optional via external connection module CDF600)
Version:Long Range
Weight:420 g, with connecting cable
Shock resistance:EN 60068-2-27 (1993)
Print ratio:2:1 ... 3:1
Remark (DeviceNet):Optional via external connection module (CDM + CMF)
Configuration software:SOPAS ET
Bar code types:Interleaved 2 of 5, All current code types, Codabar, Code 128, Code 39, Code 93, GS1 DataBar, GS1-128 / EAN 128, MSI/Plessey, Pharmacode, Telepen, UPC / GTIN / EAN
No. of codes per reading interval:1 ... 50 (auto-discriminating)
Protection class:III (EN 61140)
MTBF:40,000 h
Code resolution:0.35 mm ... 1 mm
Oscillation frequency:0.5 Hz ... 6.25 Hz
Data transmission rate (Serial (RS-232, RS-422/485)):2,400 Baud ... 115 kBaud, AUX: 57.6 kBaud
Front screen:Glass
Ambient operating temperature:0 °C ... +40 °C
CAN bus:+
Housing:Die-cast aluminum
Optical indicators:6 LEDs (Ready, Result, laser, Data, CAN, LNK TX, Bar graph for displaying the reading rate percentage (10 LEDs))
Bar code print contrast (PCS):≥ 60 %
Laser class:2 (EN 60825-1 (A2:2001-03))
Remark (Serial (RS-232, RS-422/485)):AUX (only RS-232)
Note on use:For Ethernet connection please use an Ethernet version of CLV6xx
Acoustic indicators:Beeper/buzzer (can be switched off, can be allocated as a result indication function)
Angle of deflection:-20 ° ... 20 °
Enclosure rating:IP 65 (EN 60529)
Serial (RS-232, RS-422/485):+
Field of view:≤ 50 °
Scanner design:Line scanner
Reading distance:45 mm ... 659 mm
Housing color:Light blue (RAL 5012)
Ambient light safety:2,000 lx, on bar code
Scanning frequency:400 Hz ... 1,200 Hz
Permissible relative humidity:90 %, non-condensing
Function (CAN bus):SICK CAN sensor network (Master/Slave, Multiplexer/Server)
No. of multiple readings:1 ... 99
Switching outputs:4 (“Result 1”, “Result 2”, 2 outputs via optional parameter storage CMC600 in CDB620/CDM420)
Function (Serial (RS-232, RS-422/485)):Host, AUX
Oscillating mirror functions:Fixed (adjustable position), One shot, Oscillating (variable or fixed amplitude)
Dimensions:95 mm x 96 mm x 41 mm
Protocol (CAN bus):CANopen, CSN (SICK CAN Sensor Network)
Focus:Fixed focus
Memory card:MicroSD memory card (flash card) 512 MB, optional
Electrical connection:1 x 15-pin D-Sub HD male connector (0.9 m)
Data transmission rate (CAN bus):20 kbit/s ... 1 Mbit/s
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC):EN 61000-6-3 (2001-10) / EN 61000-6-2:2005
Connection type:Cable
Reading pulse:Auto pulse, CAN, Non-powered, "Sensor 1" switching input, Serial interface
No. of codes per scan:1 ... 20 (Standard decoder), 1 ... 6 (SMART decoder)
Operating voltage:18 V DC ... 30 V DC
Remark (PROFIBUS DP):Optional via external connection module (CDF600-2)
No. of characters per reading interval:5,000, 500 (for multiplexer function in CAN operation)
Control elements:2 buttons (choose and start/stop functions)
Storage temperature:-20 °C ... +70 °C

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