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M100 Stopswitch

STOPPED MOTION MONITOR

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

OPERATION MANUAL

Part No.’s - M1003V10AI

 


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CUSTOMER SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES

Page 3 - 4

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Page 5

SPECIFICATIONS

Page 5

APPROVALS

Page 6

DIMENSIONS 

Page 7

INSTALLATION

Page 7 - 8

STANDARD WIRING DIAGRAM

Page 8 - 9

TESTING & COMMISSIONING

Page 9 - 10

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Page 10

PRODUCT WARRANTY

Page 11

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Rotating parts can crush, 

cut and entangle.
Do NOT operate with 

guard removed.
Lockout power before 

removing guard or 

servicing.

WARNING

 


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PAGE 3

Dear 4B Customer:
Congratulations on your purchase. 4B appreciates your business and is pleased you have chosen our 

products to meet your needs.
Please read in its entirety and understand the literature accompanying the product before you place the 

product into service. Please read the safety precautions carefully before operating the product. With each 

product you purchase from 4B, there are some basic but important safety considerations you must follow 

to be sure your purchase is permitted to perform its design function and operate properly and safely, giving 

you many years of reliable service. Please read and understand the Customer Safety Responsibilities 

listed below. Failure to follow this safety directive and the Operation Manuals and other material furnished 

or referenced, may result in serious injury or death. 

SAFETY NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS

A.  In order to maximize efficiency and safety, selecting the right equipment for each operation is vital.  

The proper installation of the equipment, and regular maintenance and inspection is equally important 

in continuing the proper operation and safety of the product.  The proper installation and maintenance 

of all our products is the responsibility of the user unless you have asked 4B to perform these tasks.

B.  All installation and wiring must be in accordance with Local and National Electrical Codes and 

other standards applicable to your industry. The installation of the wiring should be undertaken by 

an  experienced  and  qualified  professional  electrician.  Failure  to  correctly  wire  any  product  and/or 

machinery can result in the product or machine failing to operate as intended, and can defeat its design 

function. 

C.  Periodic inspection by a qualified person will help assure your 4B product is performing properly. 4B 

recommends a documented inspection at least annually and more frequently under high use conditions.

D.  Please see the last page of this manual for all warranty information regarding this product.

CUSTOMER SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES

1.  READ ALL LITERATURE PROVIDED WITH YOUR PRODUCT
Please read all user, instruction and safety manuals to ensure that you understand your product operation 

and are able to safely and effectively use this product.
2.  YOU BEST UNDERSTAND YOUR NEEDS
Every customer and operation is unique, and only you best know the specific needs and capabilities of 

your operation. Please go to www.go4b.com or call the 24-hour hotline at +1-309-698-5611 for assistance 

with any questions about the performance of products purchased from 4B. 4B is happy to discuss product 

performance with you at any time.

 


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3.  SELECT A QUALIFIED AND COMPETENT INSTALLER
Correct installation of the product is important for safety and performance. If you have not asked 4B to 

perform the installation of the unit on your behalf, it is critical for the safety of your operation and those 

who may perform work on your operation that you select a qualified and competent electrical installer to 

undertake the installation. The product must be installed properly to perform its designed functions. The 

installer should be qualified, trained, and competent to perform the installation in accordance with local 

and national electrical codes, all relevant regulations, as well as any of your own standards and preventive 

maintenance requirements, and other product installation information supplied with the product. You should 

be prepared to provide the installer with all necessary installation information to assist in the installation.

4.  ESTABLISH AND FOLLOW A REGULAR MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION SCHEDULE FOR 

YOUR 4B PRODUCTS

You should develop a proper maintenance and inspection program to confirm that your system is in good 

working order at all times. You will be in the best position to determine the appropriate frequency for 

inspection. Many different factors known to the user will assist you in deciding the frequency of inspection.  

These factors may include but are not limited to weather conditions; construction work at the facility; hours 

of operation; animal or insect infestation; and the real-world experience of knowing how your employees 

perform their jobs. The personnel or person you select to install, operate, maintain, inspect or perform 

any work whatsoever, should be trained and qualified to perform these important functions. Complete and 

accurate records of the maintenance and inspection process should be created and retained by you at all 

times.

5.  RETAIN AND REFER TO THE OPERATION MANUAL FOR 4B’S SUGGESTED MAINTENANCE 

AND INSPECTION RECOMMENDATIONS

As  all  operations  are  different,  please  understand  that  your  specific  operation  may  require  additional 

adjustments in the maintenance and inspection process essential to permit the monitoring device to 

perform its intended function. Retain the Operation Manual and other important maintenance and service 

documents  provided  by  4B  and  have  them  readily  available  for  people  servicing  your  4B  equipment.  

Should you have any questions, please call go to www.go4b.com or call the 24-hour hotline at +1-309-

698-5611.

6.  SERVICE REQUEST
If you have questions or comments about the operation of your unit or require the unit to be serviced 

please contact the 4B location who supplied the product or send your request go to www.go4b.com or 

call the 24-hour hotline at +1-309-698-5611. Please have available product part numbers, serial numbers, 

and approximate date of installation. In order to assist you, after the product has been placed into service, 

complete the online product registration section which is accessed via our website www.go4b.com.

 


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PAGE 5

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

SPECIFICATIONS

Supply Voltage:

24 to 240 VAC/VDC

Supply Fusing:

Supply to be fused at 500mA maximum. Note: fuse must be 1500A capable. 

1 fuse per sensor MUST be used.

Switching Capacity:

50 mA maximum

Saturation Voltage:

5.5 Volts maximum (output on)

Leakage Current:

1 mA maximum (output off)

Ambient Temperature:

5°F (-15°C) to +122°F (+50°C)

Output State:

FET

Contact closed above 0% set speed 

Contact opens when zero speed detected

Sensing Range:

6 mm (15/64”) maximum on ferrous metal at 77°F (25°C)

5 mm (13/64”) maximum on non-ferrous metal at 77°F (25°C)

Input Pulse Range: 

From 20 to 3,600 pulses per minute (PPM)

Start-Up Delay:

4 seconds

Trip Point: 

When no pulse is detected for more than 4s (zero speed condition)

Enclosure:

Nylon - ISO threaded 18 mm by 1.0 mm pitch

Relative Humidity:

90% RH

LED Indicators:

Blue - Target Sensed, Green - Speed Present

Connections:

2 wire; 3m long cable.

Protection:

IP66

WARNING

• Rotating machinery can cause serious injury or death

• Always lockout and tagout the machine prior to installation

The M100 Stopswitch is a simple inductive proximity shaft speed monitoring device.  The self-contained 

unit has a single set point, which signals when the shaft has stopped rotating.  It can be used for process 

control, motion detection and stopped shaft indication.
An inductive sensing device located in the nose of the M100 enclosure will detect a metal target. Ideally, 

the target should be a ferrous metal, but non-ferrous metal will be detected at a shorter range. Maximum 

range for ferrous targets is 6 mm (15/64 in.) and for non-ferrous targets it is 5 mm (13/64 in.), assuming 

a 19 mm (3/4 in.) diameter target.  Smaller targets may be used but operating distances will be reduced.
The M100 Stopswitch requires no calibration and provides an output when the shaft has stopped rotating.

The unit incorporates a start-up delay of 4 seconds to allow moving parts to achieve correct speed, 

thereafter, if a pulse is not received within 4 seconds an output stopped motion signal is indicated.

 


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APPROVALS

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INSTALLATION

The M100 Stopswitch should be wired as indicated by the connection diagram.
The M100 Stopswitch must be wired through a load/resistor (see standard wiring diagram) and not directly 

to supply voltage. The supply polarity is not important and the load can be connected in either wire.
Do not wire the M100 Stopswitch to a motor starting coil.
It is not recommended to wire the M100 Stopswitch in series with other sensors.
The cable on the M100 Stopswitch can be extended to virtually any length in ordinary 2 wire cable.

Two locknuts are provided to mount the M100 Stopswitch in position.  Mount securely to withstand vibration.

Ensure that the unit and target are adequately guarded (refer to page 8).

WARNING

Rotating parts can 

crush, cut and entangle.
Do NOT operate with 

guard removed.
Lockout power before 

removing guard or 

servicing.

DIMENSIONS

 


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M100 Shown on Optional Whirligig® 

Shaft Sensor Mount with Mag-Con™ 

Magnetic Connector

Fasten the M100 to a suitable mounting bracket, such as 4B’s Whirligig® universal shaft sensor mount, 

with the nose of the switch within the sensing range of the target, as shown below -

WARNING

O.S.H.A. requires that all exposed rotating shafts are provided with a full guard.  Therefore, this device 

and its target must be equipped with a guard.

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STANDARD WIRING DIAGRAM

All wiring must be In accordance with local and national electrical codes and should be undertaken by an 

experienced and qualified electrician.
Use dust/liquid tight flexible metal conduit (when appropriate) with approved fittings to protect the sensor 

cables.  Use rigid metal conduit to protect the cables from the sensors to the control unit.  Conduit systems 

can channel water due to ingress and condensation directly to sensors and sensor connections which 

over time will adversely affect the performance of the system.  As such, the installation of low point conduit 

drains is recommended for all sensors.
The M100 has a two wire cable.  It must be wired through a load (see below) with the same voltage rating 

as the supply being used.  The supply polarity to the M100 is not important and the load can be connected 

to either wire.  The cable can be extended to virtually any length with ordinary 2 wire cable.
Do not wire the M100 directly to a motor starting coil due to the 50 mA maximum current capacity.

Blue (L / +V)

LOAD

Supply

24 to 240 

Volts AC/DC

Black (N / 0V)

CORRECT

LOAD

Blue (L / +V)

Supply

24 to 240 

Volts AC/DC

Black (N / 0V)

CORRECT

 


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Blue (L / +V)

Supply

24 to 240 

Volts AC/DC

Black (N / 0V)

INCORRECT

x

NOTE

Load refers to any item that limits current (PLC input, ice cube relay, etc.) that you would like the M100 

to switch on/off.  Load must be the same voltage rating as the supply being used.  Total circuit current 

is 50 mA (max).

The relay is held in during normal operation.  

If the shaft stops rotating, the relay will drop 

out and the motor will shutdown.

L

N

STOP

START

CTR

R

CTR

R

M100

Blue

Black

Motor

Contactor

Relay

TYPICAL CONTROL WIRING

WARNING

If  the  system  does  not  immediately  shutdown  as  expected  or  alarm  as  required,  then  remove  the 

machine from service until the problem has been diagnosed and corrected.

TESTING AND COMMISSIONING

1.  Check that the unit is correctly installed (see standard wiring diagram).

2.  Check that the distance between the target, stud or bolt head and sensing face of M100 Stopswitch is 

within the minimum distance specified.

3.  Start up machine.

4.  The unit is now set.  If the M100 Stopswitch fails to receive a signal within every 4 second period, (i.e. 

target stops rotating or there is a power failure) the unit will switch to normally open.

5.  Test by sliding a metal putty knife between the sensor and the target.

6.  During normal operation the blue LED will flash each time an input signal is received.  The closed circuit 

is indicated by a permanent green LED.  If the unit fails to receive a signal for 4 seconds the circuit 

reverts to open state indicated by the green LED going out.

 


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Manufactured by SYNATEL Instrumentation Limited, WS11 9TB, UK

TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

FAULT

REMEDY

Blue LED (input) does 

not Illuminate

Check that the load and the supply voltage are the same, and that the total 

circuit current is less than 50mA.  Slide a screwdriver blade across the face 

of the sensor, the input LED should flicker.  If not, contact 4B.
If the input LED does flicker, move the front face of the sensor closer to the 

target and check the target size as specified under “INSTALLATION”.

Blue LED (input) Stays 

on Permanently

Either increase the gap between the target and the shaft, or between the 

target and the sensor face.

PARTS & ACCESSORIES

CDL1 & CDL4 Load Devices

The CDL1 and CDL4 devices add additional loads to PLC inputs.  The CDL1 

is for 110 VAC powered inputs, while the CDL4 (not pictured) is designed 

for 24 VDC (NPN and PNP type) low power inputs.  Both devices can be 

used with the M100 Stopswitch.

Notte: This unit is only neceessary if the PLC input can detect 1mA of current 

as a logic High. Please check the PLC input card techincal literature for this 

value.

 


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Dear 4B Customer:
Congratulations on your purchase. 4B appreciates your business and is pleased you have chosen our 

products to meet your needs.
Please read in its entirety and understand the literature accompanying the product before you place the 

product into service. Please read the safety precautions carefully before operating the product. With each 

product you purchase from 4B, there are some basic but important safety considerations you must follow 

to be sure your purchase is permitted to perform its design function and operate properly and safely, giving 

you many years of reliable service. Please read and understand the Customer Safety Responsibilities 

listed below. Failure to follow this safety directive and the Operation Manuals and other material furnished 

or referenced, may result in serious injury or death. 

SAFETY NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS

A.  In order to maximize efficiency and safety, selecting the right equipment for each operation is vital.  

The proper installation of the equipment, and regular maintenance and inspection is equally important 

in continuing the proper operation and safety of the product. The proper installation and maintenance 

of all our products is the responsibility of the user unless you have asked 4B to perform these tasks.

B.  All installation and wiring must be in accordance with Local and National Electrical Codes and 

other standards applicable to your industry. The installation of the wiring should be undertaken by 

an  experienced  and  qualified  professional  electrician.  Failure  to  correctly  wire  any  product  and/or 

machinery can result in the product or machine failing to operate as intended, and can defeat its design 

function. 

C.  Periodic inspection by a qualified person will help assure your 4B product is performing properly. 4B 

recommends a documented inspection at least annually and more frequently under high use conditions.

D.  Please see the last page of this manual for all warranty information regarding this product.

CUSTOMER SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES

1.  READ ALL LITERATURE PROVIDED WITH YOUR PRODUCT
Please read all user, instruction and safety manuals to ensure that you understand your product operation 

and are able to safely and effectively use this product.
2.  YOU BEST UNDERSTAND YOUR NEEDS
Every customer and operation is unique, and only you best know the specific needs and capabilities of 

your operation. Please go to www.go4b.com or call the 24-hour hotline at +1-309-698-5611 for assistance 

with any questions about the performance of products purchased from 4B. 4B is happy to discuss product 

performance with you at any time.

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PRODUCT WARRANTY

 


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