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Applicable limit switches Lamp Connection Normally open (N.O.) connection Expoced terminal types Normally closed (N.C.) connection Notes) 1. Types with 24 to 48V DC lamp rating are recommended for PC input use. 2. The following cord lengths are also available and lot-produced upon request. Cord length 2m 3m 5m Part No. AZ76 AZ76 AZ76 The 5th digit (boxed) of part number denotes the length of cord. Numerals come in the asterisked () digits, which show the lamp specifications. The 7th digit: 1: N.O. connection, 3: N.C. connection The 9th: None: 24 to 48V DC, 1: 12V DC, 2: 6V DC Lamp rating 6V DC 12V DC 24 to 48V DC 6V DC 12V DC 24 to 48V DC Part No. AZ3807162 AZ3807161 AZ380716 AZ3807362 AZ3807361 AZ380736


Standards UL recognized product Applicable product File No.: E122222 Ratings: 105 rating 4A, 250V AC Product type: All products File No.: LR55880 Ratings: 105 rating 4A, 250V AC Product type: All products excluding types with socket and cord. Part No.
Add 9 to the end of the part No.

CSA certified product


1. Rating

Rated control voltage Resistive load (cos ]1) Inductive load (cos ]0.4) 125V AC 4A 2.5A 250V AC 4A 2.5A 30V DC 4A 2.5A 125V DC 0.1A 0.1A

2. Characteristics

Contact arrangement Initial contact resistance, max. Contact material Initial insulation resistance (At 500V DC) Initial breakdown voltage Between non-consective terminals Between dead metal parts and each terminal Between ground and each terminal Mechanical Electrical 1 From C 60 m (By voltage drop 5 to 6V DC 1A) AgNi contact Min. 100M 1000 Vrms for 1 min 1500 Vrms for 1 min 1500 Vrms for 1 min 107 (at 60 cpm) 105 (at 20 cpm, 4A 250V AC resistive) 20 to +60C -4 to +140F Max. 95% R.H. 120 cpm
Expected life (min. operations) Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Max. operating speed
3. Mechanical characteristics
Actuator Hinge lever Roller lever 1.96N {200gf} 196m/s2 {20G} 294m/s2 {30G} 10 to 55Hz 1.5mm.059inch One-way roller lever 1.96N {200gf} 147m/s2 {15G} 294m/s2 {30G} 10 to 45Hz 1.0mm.039inch Hinge short lever 2.94N {300gf} 294m/s2 {30G} 294m/s2 {30G} 10 to 55Hz 1.5mm.059inch Short roller lever 2.94N {300gf} 196m/s2 {20G} 294m/s2 {30G} 10 to 55Hz 1.5mm.059inch One-way short roller lever 2.94N {300gf} 147m/s2 {15G} 294m/s2 {30G} 10 to 55Hz 1.5mm.059inch

Operating Force (O.F.) 1.18N {120gf} 1.96N {200gf} 1.18N {120gf} 98m/s2 {10G} 294m/s2 {30G} 98m/s2 {10G} Shock resis- In the free position tance, min. In the full operating position 294m/s2 {30G} 294m/s2 {30G} 294m/s2 {30G} Vibration rate 10 to 55Hz 10 to 45Hz Vibration resistance Double amplitude 1.5mm.059inch 1.0mm.039inch
4. Operating characteristics
Characteristics Actuator Hinge lever Roller lever One-way roller lever Hinge short lever Short roller lever One-way short roller lever O.F.(N{gf}) max. 1.18 {120} 1.96 {200} 1.18 {120} 1.96 {200} 1.96 {200} 2.94 {300} 2.94 {300} 2.94 {300} R.F. (N{gf}) min. 0.24 {25} 0.49 {50} 0.24 {25} 0.49 {50} 0.49 {50} 0.59 {60} 0.59 {60} 0.59 {60} Movement Overtravel Pretravel (P.T.), (O.T.), Differential (M.D.), max. mm inch max. mm inch min. mm inch 3.0.118 1.5.059 6.0.236 3.0.118 1.5.059 6.0.236 3.0.118 1.5.059 6.0.236 2.0.079 1.0.039 3.5.138 2.0.079 1.0.039 3.5.138 2.0.079 1.0.039 3.5.138 Operating Position (O.P.) mm inch 30.71.5 1.209.059 40.51.5 1.594.059 27.71.5 1.091.059 36.71.5 1.445.059
Note) For the operating characteristics, refer to the TECHNICAL INFORMATION.
5. Protective characteristics
Protective construction IEC IP60 IP62 IP63 IP64 Rubber cover type Types with socket and cord

6. LED rating

Rated operating voltage 6V DC 12V DC 24 to 48V DC Operating voltage range 5 to 15V DC 9 to 28V DC 20 to 55V DC Internal resistance 2.4K 4.7K 15K

1. Life curve

1,000 Resistive load 250V AC No. of operations ()401


2.Actual load life curve

No. of operations ()401


50 HP HG FC-10 VC 20

FC-35 FC-100

Various relay loads (VA)

Load current (A)
Note: The FC magnetic contactor series is 200V AC. The NK is 2 Form C 24V DC type.


1. Rubber cover Hinge lever
(PT) 3 max.2.402 19.7 27.776 1.063 4.30.1 dia. OP hole.315 15.591 280.2 5.197 24.5.965 8.315 16.630 7.276

mm inch

Roller lever

AZ3513 AZ3523

(PT) 3 max.118 33.7 1.327 OP 4.30.1 dia. 1.209.mounting.315 hole


4.157 24.1.949 140.2.551.008 4.50.1 dia.177.004 mounting hole

Note) The following types are also available. Roller lever: AZ3013, AZ3023 One-way roller lever: AZ3024 Hinge short lever: AZ3025 Short roller lever: AZ3026 One-way short roller lever: AZ3027
5.197 17.0.669 Approx. 1000 39.370
(Combination of the AZ3024 exposed terminal type and the AZ3807 socket with cord type) Note) The following types are also available. Hinge lever: AZ3712, AZ3722 Roller lever: AZ3713, AZ3723 Hinge short lever: AZ3725 Short roller lever: AZ3726 One-way short roller lever: AZ3727
1) Remove the rubber cover from the limit switch. 3) Connect lead wire to the receptacle terminals (#110) with insulating sleeve provided and insert it into the terminal of limt switch. (The lead wire can directly be soldered to the terminals without using receptacle terminals) 4) Push the rubber cover securely over the terminals.
2) After stripping the sheath from the appropriate cord (refer to table on the right) and removing the covering of the lead wires, insert the cord into the rubber cover.

Wire name

Conductor Wire strand
2 Vinyl cabtire 0.75mm cord (VCTF) 0.75mm2
Applicable wire Finished outside diameter 2-wire 6.6mm.260inch dia. 3-wire 7.0mm.276inch dia.


1. Ambient conditions 1) The use of these switches under the following conditions should be avoided. If the following conditions should become necessary, we recommend consulting us first. Use where there will be direct con tact with organic solvents, strong acids or alkalis, or direct exposure to their vapors. Use where inflammable or corrosive gases exist. Because these switches are not of water resistant or immersion-proof construction, their use in water or oil should be avoided. Also, locations where water or oil can normally impringe upon the switch or where there is an excessive accumulation of dust should be avoided. 2) To improve reliability during actual use, it is recommended that the operation be checked under installation conditions. 3) If OT is too big, the life of limit switch will be shortened switching friction. Use it with enough margin of OT. 70% of OT standard value will be good for use. 4) Do not use the switch in a silicon atmosphere. Case should be taken where organic silicon rubber, adhesive, sealing material, oil, grease or lead wire generates silicon. 5) Avoid use in excessively dusty environments where actuator operation would be hindered. 6) When used outdoors (in places where there is exposure to direct sunlight or rain such as in multistory car parks) or in environments where ozone is generated, the influence of these environments may cause deterioration of the rubber material. Please consult us if you intend to use a switch in environments such as these. 2. Mounting and wiring 1) Although SL limit switches have large over-travel (O.T.), excessive O.T. will occur wear and change in its characteristics. Specifically, where there is a need for long life, it is recommended that the proper O.T. as given below should be used. Specifically, where there is a need for long life, it is recommended that the proper O.T. as given below should be used. Within 1 to 3mm.039 to.118inch 2) When the operating object is in the free condition, force should not be applied directly to the actuator. 3) Use their own accessories when mounting and wiring SL limit switches so as to maintain their own characteristics. When the SL rubber cover type is used, there should absolutely be no tension applied to the cord. If there is the fear that tension may be applied, the L socket or socket with cord attached should be used. The maximum permissible tension with the above socket use is 98N{10kgF}. 4) The tightening torque when installing this limit switch should be 1.18 to 1.47 Nm (12 to 15 kgcm).


Classification Product name Subminiature size SL (AZ3) Micro Limit Switches HL (AZH) Limit Switches (Die cast case) HL (AZH) Limit Switches (Die cast case) Compact size HL (AZH) Limit Switches (Plastic case) ML (AZ7) Limit Switches (standard) ML (AZ7) Limit Switches (Epoxy-Sealed terminal type)
Appearance AZH20 AZHAZHAZ7 AZ7 High sealability that High sealability that Bifurcated type A limit switch with Switches installed An ML compact limit available. satisfies IEC IP67. high-density mounting satisfies IEC IP67. with both economical switch with an Perfect for applicathat improves stroke Wiring is screw-ter- Less wiring, less and compact Z-basic epoxy-sealed case tions that prioritize installation connecminal type. capacity through an microswitches and that completely Feature economy. tor type. O.T. absorption-type Bifurcated type also limit switch protective encloses the LED lamp type also available. spring. construction. terminal. available. LED lamp type also Coil spring system available. provides long life. Rubber-cover type Socket with cord type Dust-proof type IP60 Head code AZ3 With lamps Protective construction Abrasion-proof type IP64 Surge-proof type IP65 Corrosion-proof type IP67 Oil-resistant type Neon LED (with LED lamps) 10A250V AC 10A125V AC 0.4A115V DC 107
10A250V AC 10A125V AC 0.4A115V DC 107
Ratings (load resistance) Mechanical Life (Min.ope.) Electrical Operating force (max.) (hinge lever type)
4A250V AC 4A125V AC 4A30V DC 0.1A 125V DC 0. 98N {100gf} 1. 96N {200gf} (short lever type) 2. 94N {300gf}
[Standard type] [Bifurcated type] [Standard type] [Bifurcated type] [Bifurcated type] 5A125V AC 0.1A125V AC 5A125V AC 0.1A125V AC 5A250V AC 0.1A8V DC without LEDlamps with LEDlamps 5A250V AC 0.1A8V DC 5A8V DC 0.1A14V DC 5A8V DC 0.1A14V DC 0.1A125V AC 0.1A24V AC 5A14V DC 0.1A30V DC 5A14V DC 0.1A30V DC 0.1A8V DC 5A30V DC 5A30V DC 0.1A14V DC 0.5A125V DC 0.5A125V DC 0.1A30V DC 0.25A250V DC 0.25A250V DC
107 5x10 2.45N {250gf} 3. 92N {400gf} 11.8N {1,200gf} (Plunger type)
107 5x10 2.45N {250gf} 3.92N {400gf} 11.8N {1,200gf} (Plunger type)

107 5x10

2.45N {250gf} 3. 92N {400gf}
2x10 1.47N {150gf}, 1.77N {180gf}, 1.96N {200gf}, 2.16N {220gf}, 2.35N {240gf}, 2.75N {280gf}, 5.88N {600gf} max.
2x105 1.47N {150gf}, 1.77N {180gf}, 1.96N {200gf}, 2.16N {220gf}, 2.35N {240gf}, 2.75N {280gf}, 5.88N {600gf} max.

Available actuators

Rubber cover (Solder and quick connect (#110) terminal) Socket with cord Cabtire code Cross-angled wiring 28 14mm 1.102 .551inch (M4 screw) UL, CSA P.13

Screw terminal

Connector terminal
Vinyl cabtire cable (1m 3.281ft) Cabtire cable 25.4mm 1.000inch (M4 screw) P.33
Wiring Mounting pitch (Applicable screw) Available standards Page
Cabtire code 33mm 1.299inch (M4 screw) UL, CSA, TV, CE P.18
Cabtire cable 25.4mm 1.000inch (M4 screw) UL, C-UL, TV, CE P.33
Note: Excludes limit switch replacement parts


Push plunger Roller plunger Cross-roller plunger Roller arm Adjustable roller arm Adjustable rod Fork

Spring wire

Flexible rod

Hinge lever

Short Short Long Long Short Long
Classification Product name
Subminiature size vertical type QL (AZ4) Micro Limit Switches
Compact size vertical type DL (AZD1) Mini Limit Switches VL (AZ8) Mini Limit Switches
Vertical type AZ5 Limit Switches
Touch type VL-T Mini Touch Limit Switches
Door switch Compact Magnelimit Magnelimit

Appearance Head code

With lamps Protective construction
AZ4 AZD1 AZ8 AZ5 AZ84 AZC3 AZC1 A subminiature, highly accu- Excellent safety even if the In addition to the Built-in dedicated Operate just by Secured by magnet Secured by magnet rate limit switch with built-in contact point is welded, characteristics of circuit breaker touching lightly. environment-proof functions. due to the forced contact stand mounted limit (1 Form A Comes with sen- Built-in switch detection Built-in switch detection Cord extraction can be opening mechanism. switches, is com1 Form B). sitivity adjustment Dual-role switch in Dual-role switch in Feature changed in four directions, Block mount system makes pact, easily instal- Different types of function and indione unit. one unit. due to the dedicated L socket. parts replacement easy. lable, highly reliactuator availcates operations. Safe design prevents Construction possi LED lamp can also be Conforms to DIN stanable, lightweight, able. VL type touch operator making ble with 100V AC attached. dards. and economical. limit switch errors. power. L socket type Socket with cord type Dust-proof type IP60 Abrasion-proof type IP64 Surge-proof type IP65 Corrosion-proof type IP67 Oil-resistant type Neon LED 6A250V AC 6A380V AC 5A24V DC 107
[Standard type] 5A250V AC 5A125V AC 0.4A125V DC
[Standard type] 10A125V AC 6A250V AC 2A500V AC 0.8A125V DC
Input voltage 12-24V DC Output current 150mA 107
5A (2A) 125V AC 5A (2A) 250V AC 5A (2A) 30VDC 105 5x10

If operated up to 55 position, revolves automatically to retain 90 position. Two dog operation enables recovery operation through single dog, or for anything that has caused the roller position to slip. Excluding the thread direction, direction can be adjusted up to 360. Operating power is the lowest of the limit switches, and is effective in detecting when direction and conditions are uneven. In order to absorb the movements after operation in the actuator part, work slippage tolerances are also large. Using a low speed, low torque cam, the lever can assume various shapes suited to the operation. The lever is very sturdy.
Spring wire and flexible rod


Hinge lever type

Roller lever type

Suited to high speed cams through the attachment of a hinge roller lever.
One way roller lever type
Operation is possible with both hinge lever type and one way operation, but the roller will break if operated in the opposite direction, rendering the unit inoperable. Can be used to prevent opposite direction movement.
The roller position can be changed.


Standard glossary CONSTRUCTION

Fixed rating values

The values that guarantee the standards for the limit switch characteristics and functions. For example, the rated current and rated voltage, which are preset conditions (load type, current, voltage, frequency, etc.) Operating object The mechanism and mountings that operate the limit switch actuator. Used for mechanical operators such as cams and dogs. Detective object The unit other than mechanical mountings that operate the limit switch. Products, parts, jigs, etc. Reaction spring (movable spring) The mechanical part that switches the limit switch contact is called either the reaction spring or the moveable spring. Contact When the counter-spring revolves, power is switched on and off through the contact between metal parts Contact gap The effective clearance between the fixed contact and the moveable contact. Also called breaking distance. Contact arrangement The construction of the electrical input/output circuit depending on use. For example, the following two applications:


This part directly detects movement of the dog, cam, and so forth in the operating unit, and transmits external force to the changeover mechanism, thereby engaging the moveable contact and operating the switch. Headblock An independent part of the actuator mechanism of the Limit Switch. Wiring vent (cord vent) The seal on the wiring at the mouth of the wiring vent. Also called the conduit vent for the screw hole used in the wiring. Terminals The part of the wiring work in the wiring that forms the circuit for electrical input and output.


Operating Force (O.F.)

Roller Head block Actuator Arm Cam Roller Plunger Reset spring Pushbutton

Front view Cam Cord vent

Roller Reset spring Pushbutton


[1 Form C(Single Pole Double Throw)]

VL limit switch

The force required to cause contact snap-action. It is expressed in terms of force applied to the actuator. Release Force (R.F.) The force to be applied to the actuator, at the moment contact snaps back from the operated position to unoperated position. Pretravel (P.T.) Distance of the actuator movement from free position to operating position. Overtravel (O.T.) The distance which the actuator is permitted to travel after actuation without any damage to the switching mechanism. Total Travel (T.T.) The distance which the actuator is permitted to travel from free position without any damage to the switching mechanism. Movement Differential (M.D.) The distance from operating to release position of the actuator. Operating Position (O.P.) The position of the actuator when the traveling contact snaps to the fixed contact. Release Position (R.P.) The position of the actuator when the traveling contact snaps back from the operating position to its original position. Free Position (F.P.) Position of the actuator when no force is applied to it.

Free position

O. P. Operating position

P.T. P.T.

[1 Form Z(Double Break Double Make)]

N.O. N.O.

O.T. M.D. R.P.

Contact type

Used in opposition to a semiconductor switch that has switching characteristics. Fulfills switch functions through a mechanical ON/OFF contact. Terminal mold After wiring, the connecting part is molding by epoxy resin for waterproof, oil-resistant and dust-proof capabilities.
R.F. O.F. P.T. F.P. R.T. M.D. O.T.T.F. O.P. R.P. Standard position T.T.
Note: F.P., O.P., and R.P. are expressed as distances from the standard position.
Glossary relating to the EN60947-5-1


EN standard same as IEC947-5-1 Utilization categories The following examples express the classification of switches by category of use.
Category Contents Controls electromagnetic loads in excess of 72VA (Volt Amperes.) Controls resistance loads and semiconductor loads.
Rated impulse withstand voltage

Current type AC

Rated operational voltage (Ue)
The maximum rated voltage for switch operation. This must never exceed the maximum ratings insulation voltage (Ui). Rated operational current (Ie) The maximum rated current for switch operation. Rated insulation voltage (Ui) The maximum rated current value which guards the switchs insulation functions, forming the parameters for the resistance values and the mounting distance.

(Uimp) The peak impulse current value which enables the switch to resist without insulation breakdown. Rated enclosed thermal current (Ithe) The current value that enables current to flow without exceeding the specified maximum temperature in the recharging contact switch. If the pins are made of brass, the maximum temperature limit is 65C 149F. Conditional short circuit current The current the switch can resist until the short circuit protection device is activated. Short circuit protection device A device that protects the switch from short circuits through a circuit break (breakers, fuses, etc.) Switching overvoltage The surge momentarily generated when a circuit is closed. Must be lower than the Uimp value.

Pollution degree

Expresses in levels the environment in which the switch is used. The four levels are shown below. Limit switches come under contamination level 3.
Contents No contamination or, even if contamination is present, only non-conducting contamination is generated. Normally, only non-conducting contamination is generated, but there remains the possibility of temporary conducting contamination when the circuit is formed. Conducting contamination is generated, or else dry non-conducting contamination is generated by circuits which can be anticipated. Permanent conducting contamination is generated by dust, rain, snow, and other conductors.

Pollution degree 1


Protective construction

Expresses the degree of protective construction that guards the level of functionability of the switch against ingress of solid objects, water, and oil. The standards are IEC529 (IEC: International Electrotechnical Commission) standards. IEC standards determine the level of protection against both water and solid objects, but not against oil.
Protection against both water and solid objects

Level Protection level

Protection level and test methods

No particular protection

Protection against rain fall 3 Rain-proof No damage incurred when sprayed with water continuously for 10 minutes at angles of up to 60 from the perpendicular. Protection against flying foam 4 Protection against water Protection against spray 5 Spray-proof
3m 9.843ft. Nozzle radius 6.3mm.248inch Water pressure 30kP
Foam-proof No damage incurred when sprayed with water continuously for 10 minutes at angles of up to 180 from the perpendicular across a wide area.
No damage incurred when sprayed with a jet of water for 3 minutes from all directions, as per the diagram on the left.
Nozzle radius 12.5mm.492inch Water pressure 100kP
Protection against waves 6 Water proof

3m 9.843ft.

Water does not invade the interior when sprayed with a jet of water for 3 minutes from all directions, as per the diagram on the left.
Protection against corrosion while immersed in water 7 Corrosionproof

1m 3.281ft.

Water does not invade the interior during immersion for 30 minutes at a depth of 1m 3.281ft.
Level Protection level Protection against solid objects exceeding 1mm.039inch in size. 4

1.0.039 dia.

A hard wire 1mm dia.039 inch dia. across cannot penetrate the inside. Protection against solid objects 5 The unit is left for 8 hours in an atmosphere in which 2kg of talcum powder per 1m3 is floating. No damage incurred from talcum powder penetrating the inside. Protection againt dust (dust does not penetrate) 6 Dust-proof The unit is left for 8 hours in an atmosphere in which 2kg of talcum powder per 1m3 is floating. The talcum powder does not penetrate the inside. Note: 1. All of the tests cited above were conducted with the cord vent (conduit vent) tightly shut. 2. The above protective constructions are based on IEC standard but major differences may arise due to length of use and operating environment. This should be thoroughly discussed and verified. 3. When the corrosion-proof model is immersed in water for 30 minutes or more, verify that no water has penetrated the inside before use. Protection against dust


Pay attention to the following points when designing the dog for limit switch operation. 1. Make the dog faceplate as smooth as possible. 2. Adjust both the dog angle and the set arm angle as below, depending on the operating speed. 3. The depth (h) of the dog effects the lifespan of the limit switch. Therefore, set the depth to a maximum of 80% of the Total Travel (T.T.) 4. The relationship between the speed of the dog (V = m/s) and the tip angle () is as follows: 1) V&0.2m/s

= 45 to 90 V h

3) 0.5m/s ! V&2m/s

5) Roller plunger type

30 25
Vmax (m/s) 0.7 0.9 1.3 2.0

20 30

Vmax (m/s) 0.5 0.25
h (0.5 to 0.7) T.T. (0.6 to 0.8) T.T.
The maximum tolerable speed can be extended by further reducing the dog rise angle from 45 when 0.5m/s ! V&2m/s. It is necessary to set the arm so that the dogs cutting surfaces are always parallel ( o = 90 ) 4) Overriding the dog (V&0.2m/s)

60 to 90

Vmax (m/s) 0.2 0.1 0.05
When V&0.2m/s, set the arm to perpendicular and set the arm rise angle to between 45 and 90. If the dog rise angle is reduced, the maximum tolerable speed is increased. As a rule, = 45 is optimum. 2) V&0.5m/s

V = 45 h F

Even if overriding the dog, set the forwards and rearwards motion exactly the same, and avoid any settings that make the actuator accelerate rapidly from the dog. 5. Operation speed 1) When the operation (acting and reverting) speed is exceedingly slow, switching of the contacts will become unstable and this could cause problems such as failure to make contact and welding. As a guide, the speed should be at least 1mm/s. 2) When the operation (acting and reverting) speed is exceedingly fast, be careful because the violent motion could cause breakage and with increased frequency, contact switching will not be able to keep up. As a guide, the switching frequency should be within 20 times per minute.
If overriding the dog, set the arm perpendicularly, so that =45. If the dog angle is reduced, the tolerable speed is increased.

o = 45

Because the arm jiggle is as a minimum at a comparative speed such as V&0.5m/s, setting both the dog angle so that it travels perpendicularly and the arm angle to 45 is optimum.


1. The ON/OFF circuit for the guidance load may suffer contact damage due to surges or inrushes when the power is turned either ON or OFF. Consequently, insertion of a protective circuit as per the following diagram is recommended, in order to protect the contacts.
Circuit Limit switch contact Cautions for use (1) r must be a minimum of 10; (2) When using AC power: Q Impossible when R impedance is large. W Possible when c, r impedance is sufficiently small compared with R impedance. Can be used with both AC and DC as appropriate. r~R C: 0.1 F

Load GOOD Load L

2. Do not connect either irregular poles or power sources to a switch contact. Power connection examples (irregular pole connection)


3. Avoid circuits where power may find a way between the contact points (as this may cause welding.)


Load Load connected to same pole

Limit switch contact

Example of unsuitable power connection (abnormal power connection)

Risk of AC and DC being mixed. NO GOOD Load L AC
(1) Dedicated DC use. (2) AC is impossible

ZNR Varistor

Can be used with both AC and DC as appropriate.

Load L

4. Using electronic switch circuits (low power, low current) 1) Bouncing and chattering are generated due to collision between the contacts when the limit switch is switching between them, and this sometimes causes such problems as white noises and error pulses in both the electronic circuit and the reverberation equipment. 2) If the generation of bouncing and chattering becomes a problem, it is necessary to consider installing a CR circuit or other absorption circuit given the circuit design. 3) This is particularly necessary when high contact reliability is needed, and is unsuitable for silver contact switches. Switches with gold contacts possess excellent performance.


1) Do not attempt to physically alter any part of the switch itself, such as the actuator, or switch attachment vent, as this may cause alterations to both characteristics and performance, and damage the insulation. 2) Do not pour any lubricants such as oil or grease onto the moving parts of the actuator, as there is a possibility that this will cause a malfunction due to seepage into the inside, and impair the motion. Silicon-based grease in particular affects the contact points badly. 3) If the switches are not to be used for an extended period of time, their contact reliability may be reduced due to oxidation of the contact points. Because accidents may result from the impaired conductivity, always implement a check beforehand. 4) Prolonged continuous use of the switch hastens deterioration of the parts (especially the seal rubber) and may cause a malfunction in the release. For this reason, always implement a check beforehand. 5) Usage in the vicinity of either the switch operating position (O.P.) or the release position (R.P.) results in unstable contacts. If using the NC contact point, set the actuator to return to the free position (F.P.) Also, is using the NO contact point, hold the ratings values down to 70 to 100% for the overtravel (O.T.) 6) If the actuator is forced beyond its total travel (T.T.), the internal mechanism may be damaged. Always use within the T.T. 7) Do not apply unreasonable force to the actuator, as this may result in damage and impaired movement. 8) The switch, if dropped, may break due to excessive vibration and impact. Therefore, please use extra caution when transporting and installing. 9) Condensation inside the switch may occur if there are rapid ambient temperature changes when the switch is in a high temperature and humidity. Since this occurs easily during marine transport, be extra cautious of what the environment will be when shipping. Condensation is the phenomenon in which water vapor condenses into switch-adhering water droplets when the temperature rapidly drops in a high-temperature, high-humidity atmosphere or when the switch is quickly moved from a low temperature location to a place of high temperature and high humidity. It is the cause of insulation deterioration and of rust. 10) Be careful of freezing in temperatures below 0C. Freezing is the phenomenon in which moisture adhering to the switch from condensation or when in unusually high-humidity environments freezes onto the switch when the temperature drops below the freezing point. Please extra caution because freezing can lock moving parts, cause operational delays, or interfere with conductivity when there is ice between the contacts. 11) In low-temperature, low-humidity conditions, plastic becomes brittle and the rubber and grease harden, which may lead to malfunction. 12) Long term storage (including during transport) in high temperature or high humidity environments or where the atmosphere contains organic or sulfide gas, will cause sulfide or oxide membrane to form on the contact surfaces. This in turn will cause unstable or failed contacting that may lead to functional malfunction. Please verify the atmosphere when storing and transporting. 13) Packaging should be designed to reduce as much as possible the potential influence of humidity, organic gas, and sulfide gas, etc. 14) Please avoid sudden changes in temperature. This is a cause of switch deformation and encourages the seal structure to breathe, which may lead to seal failure and operational malfunction. 15) If installing a thermoplastic resin case, the use of a spring washer tightened directly against the case will cause the case to collapse and become damaged. Therefore, please add a flat washer before tightening. Also, be careful not to install if the case is being twisted. 16) For the purpose of improving quality, materials and internal structure may be changed without notice. 17) When used outdoors (in places where there is exposure to direct sunlight or rain such as in multistory car parks) or in ambient temperature environments where ozone is generated, the influence of these environments may cause deterioration of the rubber material. Please consult us if you intend to use a switch in such environments.

Avoid using in silicon environments such as organic silicon-based rubber, solvents, sealants, oil, grease, or wiring.


Poor design Improved design Explanation
Problem Dog adjustment is difficult. Solution Separate each one until the dog can be adjusted.

Dog axle

Problem The dog axis is too long, and slips out during operation. For this reason, the limit switch operating position slips. Solution Firmly fix the dog plate to the base.


Printer Detector
Conveyer Conveyer Rotation axle
Problem The detector sinks, applying force to the limit switch. The limit switch O.T. cannot be set. Solution Relieve the pressure using an additional actuator, and the O.T. can also be set.

Rotation axle

Problem The area around the actuator coil is easily damaged. Friction generated during operation. Solution Relieve the friction by installing an additional actuator. Change the type of limit switch.
Problem Workers keep bumping the actuator. Solution Fit a protective cover to the side of the limit switch.

Protective cover

Problem Because the cord vent for the limit switch faces upwards, water droplets and so forth can easily penetrate the interior. The cord is constantly moving and thus easily damaged. Solution Fix the limit switch position on the stationary board. Fit a protective cover, so that water and oil cannot come into direct contact with the limit switch.
Problem The cord is not fixed, and gets pulled during work. Dog adjustment is ineffective. Solution Change the limit switch position, and fix the cord. Attach an adjustment mechanism to the dog.
High temperature High temperature
Problem The limit switch is near a high-temperature area. Dog adjustment is ineffective, and the dog keeps bumping the lever. Solution Move the limit switch further away. Make dog adjustment possible, and change the shape of the unit.
Poor design Improved design Explanation Problem The detector is scratched. Limit attachment adjustments are difficult The actuator is damaged. Specimen transfer is impeded. Solution Fix the limit position to behind the dumper to solve the above problems.


Conveyer Conveyer Detector Detector
Problem The transfer path of the detector is not fixed, and it keeps bumping the actuator. The operating position is unstable. The actuator is damaged. Solution Stabilize the operating position by fitting an additional actuator. Make limit switch adjustment possible. Problem Stroke adjustment ineffective. Release the limit switch position, and ensure that the dog does not bump the lever. Solution Make dog adjustment possible. Change the limit switch position, and sure that the dog does not bump the lever. Problem The cam shape is unsuitable (especially during release and strike release.) Direction of limit switch attachment is unsuitable. Solution Render the cam shape smooth. Change the limit switch position.

Fig. 2

UL (Underwiters Laboratories Inc.) This is a non-prot testing organization formed in 1894 by a coalition of U.S. re insurance rms, which tests and approves industrial products (nished products). When electrical products are marketed in the U.S., UL approval is mandated in many states, by state law and city ordinances. In order to obtain UL approval, the principal parts contained in industrial products must also be ULapproved parts. UL approval is divided into two general types. One is called listing (Fig. 1), and applies to industrial products (nished products). Under this type of approval, products must be approved unconditionally. The other type is called recognition (Fig. 2), and is a conditional approval which applies to parts and materials. CSA (Canadian Standards Association) This was established in 1919 as a non-prot, nongovernmental organization aimed at promoting standards. It sets standards for industrial products, parts, and materials, and has the authority to judge electrical products to determine whether they conform to those standards. The CSA is the ultimate authority in the eyes of both the government and the people in terms of credibility and respect. Almost all states and provinces in Canada require CSA approval by law, in order to sell electrical products. As a result, electrical products exported from Japan to Canada are not approved under Canadian laws unless they have received CSA approval and display the CSA mark. Approval is called certication, and products and parts which have been approved are called certied equipment, and display the mark shown in Fig. 3. The mark shown in Fig. 4 is called the Component Acceptance mark, and indicates conditional approval which is applicable to parts. The C-UL mark shown in Fig. 5 (nished products) and Fig. 6 (parts) indicates that the product has been tested and approved in UL laboratories, based on UL and CSA standards, through mutual approval activities.


Fig. 3

TV Rheinland

Component Acceptance

Fig. 4

Fig. 5

Fig. 6


Limit switches

Product name SL limit switches Dies-cast case standard load type HL limit switches Die-cast case low level load type (includes connector type) Plastic case standard load type Plastic case low level load type ML limit switches Standard type E122222 E122222 E122222 E122222 E99838 File No. E122222 UL recognized Approved ratings 4A 250V AC 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 0.1A 30V DC E122222 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 0.1A 30V DC 10A 250V AC 5A 250V AC 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 6A 380V AC Pilot duty A300 10A 1/2HP 125V AC 6A 1/2HP 250V AC 5A 250V AC E43149 Water-resistant type E122222 2A 250V AC 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 E122222 (C-UL) LR55880 E122222 (C-UL) E122222 (C-UL) E43149 (C-UL) E43149 (C-UL) E122222 (C-UL) LR55880 File No. LR55880 CSA certified Approved ratings 4A 250V AC 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 0.1A 30V DC 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 0.1A 30V DC 10A 250V AC 5A 250V AC 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 6A 380V AC Pilot duty A300 5A 250V AC 2A 250V AC 5A 250V AC Pilot duty B300 J9551204 J9551203 J9551205 File No. J9650514 DC-12 0.1A 30VAC-15 2A 250V~ DC-12 1A 30VDC-12 0.1A 30VAC-15 2A 250V~ AC-15 2A 250V~ AC-15 2A 250V~ TV approval Approved ratings DC-12 1A 30V-


Operating Instructions

Portable CD Player

Model No.


Dear Customer

Thank you for purchasing this product. Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read the instructions completely. Please keep this manual for future reference.

HOLD (Function lock)

The hold function stops the buttons from being operated. By keeping the hold function on, you can stop the power from being switched on, play from being stopped and other operations from being done by mistake.

Resume function

Play resumes from where last stopped. [The resume function is canceled if you open the lid while stopped (while the power is ON). The resume function is also canceled when the disc is changed.] If the batteries are depleted, removed, or the unit is subjected to strong shock, all settings are canceled including resume function.

Discs that can be played

CD-R/CD-RW WMA WMA cannot be played
Commercially available music CD (CD-DA)
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way Secaucus, New Jersey 07094

RQT8472-P F1205SZ0

Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. Ave. 65 de Infantera, Km. 9.5 San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 Panasonic Canada Inc. 5770 Ambler Drive, Mississauga, Ontario L4W 2T3 2006 Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. Printed in China

Troubleshooting guide

Before requesting service, make the following checks. If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the solutions indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to the Customer Services Directory on page 3 if you reside in the U.S.A., or refer to the Product information on page 4 if you reside in Canada. HOLD is on, stopping buttons from being operated. Cancel HOLD ( page 5). The batteries may be drained ( page 5). The disc isnt correctly set. The disc is scratched or dirty. (Tracks may be skipped particularly with MP3 discs.) There is moisture on the lens. Wait for about an hour and then try again. The lens is dirty: clean it with a blower (recommended product: SZZP1038C). You cannot use a CD type lens cleaner. If the lens gets marked with fingerprints, gently wipe them off with a cotton swab. Remove the plug and reinsert it as fully as possible. The unit may not read a track properly if shaken strongly during disc reading. If there is no data between sessions on a multi-session disc, play may not be possible. If there is a large amount of JPEG data etc. within a MP3 file, sound may be muted and play may not be possible. If the disc contains data with different formats, sound may be muted and play may not be possible. If a CD-ROM format disc contains MP3 and other files, only the MP3 files will be playable. No sound or there is Ensure the plugs are inserted firmly. a lot of noise. Wipe the plugs with a clean cloth. The disc is scratched or dirty. Sound may be interrupted or noise may occur if the recording quality of the disc (CD-R/CD-RW) is poor. The elapsed play time disappears and sound is interrupted if bumps continue repeatedly. Increase separation between the unit and mobile phones. This unit may receive radio interference caused by the mobile phones during use. Disc rotation stops Disc rotation stops and starts to save power. and starts during play. Operation sounds are There is some sound heard when a disc is being accessed heard from the unit. or disc rotation starts. Play doesnt resume This doesnt work during random play. from the last point It may not work correctly under some conditions. stopped. If the batteries are depleted, removed, or the unit is subjected to strong shock, resume function is canceled. No play. Play doesnt start from the first track. Random play modes may be on ( page 6). The resume function ( above) is operating. The resume function is canceled if you open the lid while stopped (while the power is ON). You cannot search through a disc with MP3 files. You may not be able to specify point A or B at the end of a disc. If [] or [] is pressed before [MEMO] you cannot change the mode.
Cannot search through tracks. Cannot specify point A or B. Cannot change the Digital Re-master mode, anti-skip mode. Digital Re-master does not work. Cannot skip albums.
Depending on the type of MP3 disc recording, the effect may not appear. You cannot skip from the last to first album, or vice versa, during play. The battery indicator The indicator may not appear correctly under certain fails to appear or is conditions. incorrect. The unit stops Remove and insert the batteries again. working. All settings are If the batteries are depleted, removed, or the unit is canceled. subjected to strong shock, all settings are canceled, and the volume is reset to 10.


HOLD is on, stopping buttons from being operated. Cancel HOLD ( page 5). You havent inserted a disc or it isnt inserted correctly. You have inserted a disc this unit cannot play. The disc lid is open. The program already contains 20 tracks. Reading MP3 files.


Discontinue use if you experience discomfort with the earphones or any other parts that directly contact your skin. Continued use may cause rashes or other allergic reactions.
Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow the safety instructions on the unit and the applicable safety instructions listed below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. 8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A groundingtype plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. 10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.


Do not peel off the covering on batteries and do not use if the covering has been peeled off. Align the poles and correctly when inserting the batteries. Do not mix different types of batteries or old and new batteries. Remove the batteries if you do not intend to use the unit for a long time. Do not throw into fire, short-circuit, disassemble, or subject to excessive heat. Do not attempt to recharge dry cell batteries. When carrying batteries in a pocket or bag, ensure no metal objects such as necklaces are placed together with them. Contact with metal may cause shortcircuiting which can cause a fire.
Do not use irregularly shaped CDs. Do not use non-specification CDs. Do not use CDs printed with label printers available on the market. Do not use CDs with labels and stickers that are coming off or with adhesive exuding from under labels and stickers.

Listening Caution

EST. 1924
Do not play your headphones or earphones at a high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Do not use while operating a motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. You should use extreme caution or temporarily discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Even if your headphones or earphones are the open-air type designed to let you hear outside sounds, dont turn up the volume so high that you cant hear whats around you. Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing comfort level adapts to higher volumes of sound. So what sounds normal can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts. To establish a safe level: Start your volume control at a low setting. Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion. Once you have established a comfortable sound level: Leave it there.


THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A. FCC Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the users authority to operate this device. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. 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. Responsible Party: Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way Secaucus, NJ 07094 Telephone No.: 1-800-211-7262


Marking sign is located on bottom of the unit. -If you see this symbol-
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union This symbol is only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal. Note about using a DualDisc
The digital audio content side of a DualDisc does not meet the technical specifications of the Compact Disc Digital Audio (CD-DA) format so play may not be possible. Do not use a DualDisc in this unit as it may not be possible to insert it correctly and it may get scratched or scraped. MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company, Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way Secaucus, New Jersey 07094


Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. Ave. 65 de Infantera, Km. 9.5 San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
Panasonic Audio Products Limited Warranty
Limited Warranty Coverage
If your product listed below does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship, Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. (collectively referred to as the warrantor) will, for the length of the period indicated on the chart below, which starts with the date of original purchase (warranty period), at its option either (a) repair your product with new or refurbished parts, or (b) replace it with a new or a refurbished product. The decision to repair or replace will be made by the warrantor. Product or Part Name Parts Labor Radio, Clock Radio, Radio with Tape Player or Recorder, Portable CD Player, IC Recorder, Headphone Stereo, One (1) Year One (1) Year Tape Recorder Rechargeable batteries Ten (10) Days Not Applicable (in exchange for defective item) SD Memory Card Ninety (90) Days Not Applicable (in exchange for defective item) During the Labor warranty period there will be no charge for labor. During the Parts warranty period, there will be no charge for parts. You must mail-in your product during the warranty period. This Limited Warranty excludes both parts and labor for batteries, antennas, and cosmetic parts (cabinet). This warranty only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United States or Puerto Rico. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of a new product which was not sold as is. A purchase receipt or other proof of the original purchase date is required for warranty service.
Limited Warranty Limits And Exclusions
This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in materials or workmanship, and DOES NOT COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage. The warranty ALSO DOES NOT COVER damages which occurred in shipment, or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor, or failures which result from accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, alteration, faulty installation, set-up adjustments, misadjustment of consumer controls, improper maintenance, power line surge, lightning damage, modification, introduction of sand, humidity or liquids, commercial use such as hotel, office, restaurant, or other business or rental use of the product, or service by anyone other than a Factory Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer, or damage that is attributable to acts of God. THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS LISTED UNDER LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE. THE WARRANTOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. (As examples, this excludes damages for lost time, cost of having someone remove or re-install an installed unit if applicable, travel to and from the servicer, loss of or damage to media or images, data or other memory or recorded content. The items listed are not exclusive, but are for illustration only.) A L L E X P R E S S A N D I M P L I E D WA R R A N T I E S , I N C L U D I N G T H E WA R R A N T Y O F MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period, you may contact your dealer or Servicenter. If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction, then write to the warrantors Consumer Affairs Department at the addresses listed for the warrantor. PARTS AND SERVICE, WHICH ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, ARE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

To obtain service in the USA please contact:
Panasonic Services Company, Panasonic Plus Department 20421 84th Avenue South Kent, WA 98032 Tel: 1-800-833-9626 Fax: 1-800-237-9080 For assistance in Puerto Rico call Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. (787)-750-4300 or fax (787)-768-2910. When shipping the unit carefully pack and send it prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton. Include a letter detailing the complaint and provide a day time phone number where you can be reached.

Accessory Purchases

Purchase Parts, Accessories and Instruction Books online for all Panasonic Products by visiting our Web Site at: or, send your request by E-mail to: You may also contact us directly at: 1-800-332-5368 (Phone) 1-800-237-9080 (Fax Only) (MondayFriday 9 am to 8 pm, EST.) Panasonic Services Company 20421 84th Avenue South, Kent, WA 98032 (We Accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, and Personal Checks) For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY: 1-866-605-1277
Customer Services Directory
Obtain Product Information and Operating Assistance; locate your nearest Dealer or Servicenter; purchase Parts and Accessories; or make Customer Service and Literature requests by visiting our Web Site at:
or, contact us via the web at:
You may also contact us directly at: 1-800-211-PANA (7262), MondayFriday 9 am9 pm; SaturdaySunday 10 am7 pm, EST. For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY: 1-877-833-8855

Service in Puerto Rico

Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc. Ave. 65 de Infantera, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985 Phone (787) 750-4300, Fax (787) 768-2910 F1104


Panasonic Canada Inc.
Panasonic Canada Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship and agrees to remedy any such defect for a period as stated below from the date of original purchase. Technics Audio Product Panasonic Audio & DVD Product Accessories including rechargeable batteries One (1) year, parts and labour One (1) year, parts and labour Ninety (90) days
In-home Service will be carried out only to locations accessible by roads and within 50 km of an authorized Panasonic service facility. LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS This warranty does not apply to products purchased outside Canada or to any product which has been improperly installed, subjected to usage for which the product was not designed, misused or abused, damaged during shipping, or which has been altered or repaired in any way that affects the reliability or detracts from the performance, nor does it cover any product which is used commercially. Dry cell batteries are also excluded from coverage under this warranty. This warranty is extended to the original end user purchaser only. A purchase receipt or other proof of date of original purchase is required before warranty service is performed. THIS EXPRESS, LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL PANASONIC CANADA INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. In certain instances, some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or the exclusion of implied warranties, so the above limitations and exclusions may not be applicable. WARRANTY SERVICE FOR PRODUCT OPERATION ASSISTANCE, please contact: Our Customer Care Centre: Telephone #: 1-800 #: Fax #: Email link: (905) 624-5505 1-800-561-5505 (905) 238-2360 Contact Us on

FOR PRODUCT REPAIRS, please locate your nearest Authorized Servicentre at : Link : ServicentresTM locator under Customer support Panasonic Factory Service: Richmond British Columbia Panasonic Canada Inc. 12111 Riverside Way Richmond BC V6W 1K8 Tel: (604) 278-4211 Fax: (604) 278-5627 Mississauga, Ontario Panasonic Canada Inc. 5770 Ambler Drive Mississauga ON L4W 2T3 Tel: (905) 624-8447 Fax: (905) 238-2418
IF YOU SHIP THE PRODUCT TO A SERVICENTRE Carefully pack and send prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original carton. Include details of the defect claimed, and proof of date of original purchase.

Product Service

1. Damage requiring serviceThe unit should be serviced by qualified service personnel if: 1. (a) The AC power supply cord or AC adaptor has been damaged; or 1. (b) Objects or liquids have gotten into the unit; or 1. (c) The unit has been exposed to rain; or 1. (d) The unit does not operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; or 1. (e) The unit has been dropped or the cabinet damaged. 2. ServicingDo not attempt to service the unit beyond that described in these operating instructions. Refer all other servicing to authorized servicing personnel. 3. Replacement partsWhen parts need replacing ensure the servicer uses parts specified by the manufacturer or parts that have the same characteristics as the original parts. Unauthorized substitutes may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 4. Safety checkAfter repairs or service, ask the servicer to perform safety checks to confirm that the unit is in proper working condition.

Supplied Accessory

Check the packing carton for this accessory. For U.S.A. 1 Pair of stereo headphones: L0BAD0000181 For Canada 1 Pair of stereo earphones: L0BAB0000201
Use product numbers indicated when ordering replacements or optional accessories from your Panasonic dealer.
(Product numbers correct as of December 2005. These may be subject to change.) To order accessories in the U.S.A., refer to Accessory Purchases on page 3.

Product information

For product information or assistance with product operation: In the U.S.A., refer to Customer Services Directory on page 3. In Canada, contact the Panasonic Canada Inc. Customer Care Centre at 905-624-5505, or visit the website (, or an authorized Servicentre closest to you.
The model number and serial number of this product can be found on either the back or the bottom of the unit. Please note them in the space provided below and keep for future reference.

Note on CD-R and CD-RW

For CD-DA format, use a music disc and finalize it after recording. The unit may not be able to play some discs due to the condition of the recording.
A process performed after recording that enables CD-R/CD-RW players to play audio CD-R and CD-RW.


Play time
Using on a flat stable surface at 25 C (77 F), EQ is off, Hold is on, Anti-skip is on POS 1 (CD-DA), recommended bit rate (MP3: 128 kbps), and the Digital Re-master is off (MP3). Play times are in hours and approximate. The play time may be less depending on the operating conditions. Play time will be considerably reduced when playing CD-RW. Batteries used 2 alkaline batteries (LR6) MPCD-DA 33

Playing MP3

MP3: A method of compressing data with little loss to the original sound quality.

Unit limitations

This unit is compatible with multi-session discs but if there are a lot of sessions it takes more time for play to start. Keep the number of sessions to a minimum to avoid this. This unit cannot play files recorded using packet write. Depending on how you create MP3 files, they may not play in the order you numbered them or may not play at all. You cannot play WMA files.
When creating MP3 files to play on this unit
Disc formats: ISO9660 level 1 and level 2 (except for extended formats)

CD-ROM drive

Naming tracks and albums
001track.mp3 002track.mp3 003track.MP3
Audio (CD-DA) Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz No. of channels: 2 (left and right, stereo) Frequency response: 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz (0 dB to 3.6 dB) Headphone output level: RMS max. 8 mW8 mW/ 16 (adjustable) Pickup Light source: Wavelength: Semiconductor laser 795 nm
Maximum number of items (total no. of albums and tracks): 999 (total no. of albums): 500 Maximum album levels: 100 General Dimensions (WHD): 138.6 mm24.4 mm138.6 mm

(514/32 31/32 514/32)

Prefix with 3-digit numbers in the order you want to play Extension


001track.mp3 (or.MP3)

Up to 32 characters

Mass: 206 g (7.3 oz.) (with batteries) 159 g (5.6 oz.) (without batteries) Operational temperature range: 0 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F)
004track.mp3 005track.mp3


008track.MP3 009track.MP3


006track.mp3 007track.MP3
If you create an album like this, the files may not play in the order you numbered them. The albums would play in the order , , ,
MP3 Supported bit rates (Supports variable bit rates): 32 kbps to 320 kbps (128 kbps is recommended) Supported sampling frequency: 48 kHz/44.1 kHz/32 kHz
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions are approximate.

Power supply

Press to open the lid.

page 4, Specifications

Dry cell batteries (not included)
Insert the batteries in the direction of the arrows. Fit the battery lid so it is secure and even with the battery compartment. If it comes loose, it may scratch your discs. Lift up the left side of the battery when removing. Close the battery lid securely.
The battery indicator (This indicator appears when the unit is on.)
Before playing starts the battery indicator level may temporarily go down or flash although the batteries are not drained. It appears correctly once you start The unit switches off shortly after play. the indicator starts flashing.


Press the tab firmly and lift upwards.

0005 - 05:22

LR6, AA alkaline batteries
Listening to CDs (Basic play)
MP3 and CD-DA indicate limitations on these discs only.
Press to open the disc lid.
Make sure that the battery lid is securely closed.


Slide to cancel HOLD. Insert a disc and close the disc lid.

Removing a disc

Press to control the volume. (0 to 25)
(VOLU: Decrease VOLT: Increase)

For U.S.A.:

Insert the plug fullya.


Press to start playing a disc.
(The power switches on and play starts.)
a If the plug is not fully inserted, the sound may be interrupted.

Current track number

Elapsed play time of track Move this when the earphones are not in use. (Prevents tangling)

For Canada:

Earphones side for the right ear, side for the left ear.

010 - 00:01

MP3 Displays while playing MP3




Press again to restart play.

011 - 51:52

Number of tracks Total play time

-060 00:25

Press [] twice consecutively to skip to the beginning of the previous track while playing. You cannot use [] to skip to any previous tracks during random and random repeat play modes ( page 6).


(backward) Number of albums Number of tracks
While playing, press and hold.

Turn off

You can only search within the current track except for during all track repeat ( page 6) and regular play.

While stopped, press.

(Everything disappears from the display.)

Album skip

Until the album you want appears, press and hold.
If the unit is left in stop mode for approximately 10 minutes, it turns off automatically.

030 - 00:10

Album number Number of tracks in the album
MP3 and indicate Playback modes limitations on these discs only.
MP3 and indicate Handy functions limitations on these discs only.

Side of the main unit


Changing the play mode

Changing the sound quality

Each time you press

While playing or while paused
Enhanced S-XBS Reduces sound leaks and listening fatigue

Boosts the bass

One track repeat

All track repeat


Random repeat

AB repeat ( below)
No display (canceled) The effect may differ with different kinds of music. Depending on the recording conditions, sound may be interrupted when switching between EQ settings.

No display (canceled)

MP3You cannot select RND and AB with MP3.
Changing the anti-skip mode
Specifying the AB segment
The anti-skip function (ANTI-SKIP SYSTEM) reduces or eliminates skipping caused by vibration. You can change the anti-skip memory time.
Press to specify the start point (A).
Press once more to specify the end point (B). Stop or skip ( page 5) to cancel. If you do not specify point B this will automatically be set as the end of the disc. Repeat begins when this point is reached. You can also specify point B again by pressing [MEMO].
While stopped, each time you press and hold


Anti-skip enhanced mode Able to withstand a maximum of 45 seconds of vibration
Sound enhanced mode Able to withstand a maximum of 10 seconds of vibration
Playing desired tracks only (Program play)
MP3 You cannot change the memory time for MP3. It is a maximum
of 100 seconds for MP3 recorded at 128 kbps.
While stopped, use (backward) (forward) [] or [] to select the track number.
Enjoying more natural sound (Digital Re-master)
You can regenerate signal frequency lost during compression, restoring the sound to near pre-compression form.

Press to enter.

030 - 00:01
Sound enhanced No display Conserves battery life
Will appear after [MEMO] is pressed

Sequence number

Track Sequence number number
Album number Track number
Repeat steps toto program up to 20


Press to play.

Confirm tracks selected: While playing, press [MEMO]. Cancel: Press []. (M disappears.)
Connecting to other equipment
Turn off this unit and the other equipment before connection. Insert each plug fully. [Plug type: 3.5 mm (1/8 in.) stereo]

Main unit

Playing only the tracks in a selected album (Album mode) MP3
Each time you press and hold
Audio cable (not included)

Audio system and so on

To CD or AUX terminals


(Only tracks on the desired album are played)
p You cannot use an optical cable. When connecting the unit to other equipment, set the volume level between 10 to 15, then use the volume control on the other equipment to adjust the volume.
To select another album ( page 5, Album skip) You cannot select album mode during program play ( above).




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