1 Solid State Relays with Built-in Current Transformer CSM DS_E_7_ A New-concept SSR with Built-in Current Transformer. Heater Burnout and SSR Shortcircuit Failure Detection. Built-in Current Transformer (CT) helps reduce wiring steps. Detects the burnout of any one of a group of heaters. Detects the burnout of -phase heaters. Detects SSR short-circuit failures. Error detection level can be easily set with a switch. Mounts to a DIN track or with screws. Three types of input terminals available: M terminals, screwless clamp terminals (detachable), or compact slotted screw terminals (detachable). Certified for CSA and EN (TÜV). The Series is UL certified. For the most recent information on models that have been certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website. Refer to Safety Precautions for All Solid State Relays and Safety Precautions on page 0. Ordering Information List of Models Input terminals Isolation method Zero cross function Operation indicator Alarm output Applicable load (See note.) Model M terminals Screwless clamp terminals (detachable) Compact slotted screw terminals (detachable) Note: The load current depends on the ambient temperature. Refer to Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature under Engineering Data for details. Specifications Certification CSA. No., EN 097--, UL08 (The Series) Ratings Detection Power Supply Rated power supply voltage Operating voltage range Current consumption Alarm Output Phototriaccoupler Output OFF collector voltage Maximum carry current Output form Minimum load current VDC 0. to. VDC Yes 0 ma DC max. (at VDC) 0 VDC max. 00 ma NPN open collector (ON when error is detected.) 0. ma Yes output (Heater Burnout Detection, SSR Short-circuit Failure Detection, Common) outputs (Heater Burnout Detection, SSR Short-circuit Failure Detection) outputs (Heater Burnout Detection, SSR Short-circuit Failure Detection) Operation Input Input method Rated input voltage Operating input voltage range Operate voltage Release voltage Input current to A, 00 to 0 VAC -B to A, 00 to 0 VAC -B to A, 00 to 80 VAC -B to A, 00 to 80 VAC -B to A, 00 to 0 VAC -B-CTB to A, 00 to 0 VAC -B-CTB to A, 00 to 80 VAC -B-CTB to A, 00 to 80 VAC -B-CTB to A, 00 to 0 VAC -B-STB to A, 00 to 0 VAC -B-STB to A, 00 to 80 VAC -B-STB to A, 00 to 80 VAC -B-STB Voltage input to VDC 9. to. VDC 9. VDC max..0 VDC min. ma DC max. (at VDC) 0 ma DC max. (at VDC) Note: If the power rise or fall time exceeds 00 ms for the detection power supply or operating input power supply, an alarm display or output may be activated by the failure detection function before the rated voltage is exceeded. Select a DC power supply that has a power rise or fall time of 00 ms or less.
2 Main Circuit Model -B -B -B -B -B-CTB -B-CTB -B-CTB -B-CTB Item -B-STB -B-STB -B-STB -B-STB Rated load voltage 00 to 0 VAC (0/0 Hz) 00 to 80 VAC (0/0 Hz) Operating voltage range 7 to VAC, 0/0 Hz 80 to 8 VAC, 0/0 Hz Applicable load current* A (at 0 C) A (at 0 C) A (at 0 C) A (at 0 C) Minimum load current Note: The load current depends on the ambient temperature. Refer to Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature under Engineering Data for details. Characteristics A Inrush current resistance 0 A (0 Hz, cycle) 0 A (0 Hz, cycle) 0 A (0 Hz, cycle) 0 A (0 Hz, cycle) Item Operate time Model -B -B -B -B -B-CTB -B-CTB -B-CTB -B-CTB -B-STB -B-STB -B-STB -B-STB / of load power source cycle + ms max. Release time / of load power source cycle + ms max. Main Output ON voltage drop. V (RMS) max..8 V (RMS) max. circuit Leakage current 0 ma max. (at 00 VAC) 0 ma max. (at 80 VAC) Alarm Output ON voltage drop. V max. output Leakage current ma max. Isolation resistance Dielectric strength Vibration resistance 00 MΩ min. (at 00 VDC),00 VAC, 0/0 Hz for min. Shock resistance Destruction: 9 m/s Ambient storage temperature Ambient operating temperature Ambient operating humidity % to 8% Destruction: 0 to to0 Hz, 0.-mm single amplitude (0.7-mm double amplitude) 0 to 70 C (with no icing or condensation) 0 to 0 C (with no icing or condensation) Weight Approx. 00 g Approx. 0 g Approx. 00 g Approx. 0 g
3 Connection Connection Example L Controlled by NPN Transistor L + V () V () VDC Output device (NPN transistor output) INPUT+ () - B DCV INPUT ALM MADE IN JAPAN VDC Voltage output for Temperature Controller, PLC to VDC Input for Relay, PLC (See note.) Heater INPUT () ALM+ () ALM () L + V () VDC Input device (positive common example) COM IN IN Controlled by PNP Transistor Output device (PNP transistor output) 0 VDC min. V () INPUT+ () Heater Note: With inductive loads (relay coil, etc.), connect back-current prevention diodes to both sides of the load. INPUT () ALM+ () ALM () Heater Input device (negative common example) COM IN IN L Controlled by NPN Transistor L + V () V () VDC Output device (NPN transistor output) INPUT+ () - B-CTB DCV INPUT ALM (OPEN) 7 ALM (SHORT) 8 MADE IN JAPAN 7 8 VDC Voltage output for Temperature Controller, PLC to VDC Input for Relay, PLC (See note.) 0 VDC min. Heater INPUT () ALM+ () (Heater burnout) ALM () ALM+ (7) (SSR short-circuit) ALM (8) L + V () COM IN IN Controlled by PNP Transistor VDC Input device (positive common example) Output device (PNP transistor output) V () Heater Input for Relay, PLC (See note.) 0 VDC min. Note: With inductive loads (relay coil, etc.), connect back-current prevention diodes to both sides of the load. Terminals - output a heater burnout alarm, and terminals 7-8 output an SSR short-circuit failure alarm. INPUT+ () INPUT () ALM+ () (Heater burnout) ALM () ALM+ (7) (SSR short-circuit) ALM (8) Heater Input device (negative common example) COM IN IN
4 Operation Error Detection Function Setting the Heater Burnout Detection Level The heater burnout detection level is set with switches on the front of the. Turn the switches to the current value to be detected. The top switch sets the tens digit, and the bottom switch sets the ones digit. The default settings are followings: Setting switch (top row): 0 Setting switch (bottom row): Example of setting A Setting switch (top row): Setting switch (bottom row): Operation during an Error Model Condition Alarm indicator (red) Alarm output Terminals - Terminals 7-8 Normal Unlit OFF Heater burnout, SSR open-circuit Lit None ON SSR short-circuit Flashing Normal Unlit OFF OFF Heater burnout, SSR open-circuit Lit ON OFF SSR short-circuit Flashing OFF ON Heater Burnout Detection Function Model Item Detection setting range Detection tolerance Detection time Note. The alarm is output if the load current falls below the error detection current.. Take the detection tolerance into consideration in setting the error detection current. (For details, refer to the Heater Burnout Detection Current Range table at the right.). When using cycle control, heater burnout detection is possible at a control cycle of 00 ms min. and an output duty of 0% min. (When combined with the GA-EA, heater burnout can be detected at an output duty of 0% or higher.). When using cycle control, the detection time increases in inverse proportion to the output duty.. When used in combination with optimal cycle control (GZA), the heater burnout detection function cannot be used.. Do not set the heater burnout detection current to 0 A. Doing so would cause constant detection of a SSR short-circuit failure when no operation input is applied. Also, settings to 9 on the top setting switch are invalid. Do not set the switch to these values. 7. The heater burnout detection function cannot be disabled. If it is not needed, set it to the lowest setting ( A). 8. When the heater burnout detection level is changed, the new value becomes effective immediately after the change. (The set value can be changed in the even during operation.) SSR Failure Detection Detection level Detection time to A (-A increments) to A (-A increments) ±% (±0% for a rated load current setting of 0% or less. See table at right for details.).0 s max. (with ON/OFF control) One-half the set value for heater burnout detection.0 sec max. (ON/OFF control) (See note.) Note: When using cycle control, the detection time increases in inverse proportion to the output duty. Heater Burnout Detection Current Range Setting switch Top switch (tens digit) Bottom switch (ones digit) Heater burnout detection current (A) Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum 0 0 Cannot be set Cannot be set Cannot be set Cannot be set
5 Nomenclature Terminal Arrangement Terminal name Terminal number Screw size Main circuit terminals (output) L, M Detection power supply (input), Operation input (input), M Alarm output terminals (output), Indicators Name Color Condition Meaning L - B DCV INPUT ALM Operation indicator (yellow) Alarm indicator (red) : + V : V : INPUT+ : INPUT : ALM+ : ALM Operation indicator Yellow Lit Operating Alarm indicator Red Lit Flashing Heater burnout detection SSR open-circuit detection SSR short-circuit detection Heater burnout detection level switch Terminal Arrangement Terminal name Indicators Terminal number Screw size Main circuit terminals (output) L, M M Operation input (input), Detection power supply (input) Heater burnout alarm output (output) SSR short-circuit alarm output (output),, 7, 8 Screwless clamp terminals (FK-MCP./8- STF-., made by Phoenix Contact) M slotted screw terminals (MCVW./8-STF-., made by Phoenix Contact) Name Color Condition Meaning L - B-CTB DCV INPUT ALM (OPEN) 7 ALM (SHORT) 8 MADE IN JAPAN Operation indicator (yellow) Alarm indicator (red) : + V : V : INPUT+ : INPUT : ALM+ (Heater burnout) : ALM (Heater burnout) 7 7: ALM+ (SSR short-circuit) 8 8: ALM (SSR short-circuit) Heater burnout detection level switches Operation indicator Yellow Lit Operating Alarm indicator Red Lit Flashing Heater burnout detection SSR open-circuit detection SSR short-circuit detection
6 Engineering Data Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature Load current (A) 0 0 -B Individual or close mounting Load current (A) 0 0 -B Close mounting Individual mounting Ambient temperature ( C) Ambient temperature ( C) Note: The data above assumes that the Unit is mounted on a vertical surface. If it is mounted on a horizontal surface, reduce the load current shown above by 0%. One Cycle Surge Withstand Current Non-repetitive input (For repetitive input, the figure will be less than the value for surge current withstand indicated by the broken line.) Inrush current (A. Peak) Inrush current (A. Peak) ,000,000, ,000,000,000 Energized time (ms) Energized time (ms)
7 Dimensions (Unit: mm) Main unit Two, M ±0.. dia max. 90±0. Six, M Mounting Holes Elliptical hole:.. max.. ±0. 90±0. 0 max. 8.8 Two,. dia. or M Two, M ±0.. dia max. 90±0. Six, M.. Elliptical hole:.. max.. Mounting Holes ±0. 0 max. 90± Two,. dia. or M 7
8 Two, M ±0.. dia max. 90±0. Elliptical hole:.. max.. Mounting Holes ±0. 7 max. 90±0. 0 max. 8.8 Two,. dia. or M Two, M ±0.. dia max. 90±0... Elliptical hole:.. max.. Mounting Holes ±0. 90±0. 7 max. 0 max. 0.8 Two,. dia. or M 8
9 Two, M ±0.. dia max. 90±0. Eight, M Elliptical hole:.. max.. Mounting Holes ±0. max. 90±0. 0 max. 8.8 Two,. dia. or M Two, M ±0.. dia max. 90±0. Eight, M.. Elliptical hole:.. max.. Mounting Holes ±0. max. 90±0. 0 max. 0.8 Two,. dia. or M 9
10 Safety Precautions Refer to Safety Precautions for All Solid State Relays. CAUTION The may rupture if short-circuit current flows. As protection against accidents due to short-circuiting, be sure to install protective devices, such as fuses and no-fuse breakers, on the power supply side. Minor burns may occasionally occur. Do not touch the SSR or the heat sink while the power is being supplied or immediately after the power supply has been turned OFF. The SSR and heat sink become extremely hot. Minor electrical shock may occasionally occur. Do not touch the main circuit terminals on the SSR immediately after the power supply has been turned OFF. Shock may result due to the electrical charge stored in the built-in snubber circuit. Minor electrical shock may occasionally occur. Always turn OFF the power supply before performing wiring. Also, always attach the cover terminal. Precautions for Safe Use OMRON constantly strives to improve quality and reliability. SSRs, however, use semiconductors, and semiconductors may commonly malfunction or fail. In particular, it may not be possible to ensure safety if the SSRs are used outside the rated ranges. Therefore, always use the SSRs within the ratings. When using an SSR, always design the system to ensure safety and prevent human accidents, fires, and social harm in the event of SSR failure. System design must include measures such as system redundancy, measures to prevent fires from spreading, and designs to prevent malfunction. () Operating and Storage Environments Do not use or store the in the following locations. Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration of performance characteristics.. Locations subject to corrosive or flammable gases.. Do not store in locations subject to ambient storage temperatures outside the range 0 to 70 C.. Do not use in locations subject to ambient operating temperatures outside the range 0 to 0 C.. Do not use in locations subject to relative humidity outside the range % to 8%.. Locations subject to high temperature or high humidity.. Locations subject to condensation as the result of rapid changes in temperature. 7. Locations subject to exposure to water, oil, or chemicals. 8. Locations subject to dust (especially iron dust) or salts. 9. Locations subject to rainwater or water splashes. 0.Locations subject to direct sunlight..locations subject to shock or vibration. () Transport Do not transport the under the following conditions. Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration of performance characteristics.. Conditions in which the may be subject to water or oil splashes.. Conditions in which the may be subject to high temperature or high humidity.. Conditions in which the may be subject to condensation as the result of rapid changes in temperature.. Conditions in which the may be dropped or subject to excessive vibration or shock.. Conditions in which the is not packaged. () Mounting. Do not use the if the heat radiation fins have been bent by being dropped. Doing so may result in malfunction due to a reduction in the heat radiation performance.. Do not block the movement of the air surrounding the SSR or heat sink. Abnormal heating of the SSR may result in shorting failures of the output elements or burn damage.. Make sure that there is no excess ambient temperature rise due to the heat generation of the. If the is mounted inside a panel, install a fan so that the interior of the panel is fully ventilated. Otherwise, shorting failures of the output elements or burn damage may result.. Make sure the DIN track is securely mounted. Otherwise, the may fall.. Do not handle the with oily or dusty (especially iron dust) hands. Doing so may result in malfunction.. Mount the in the specified direction (on a vertical or horizontal surface). Otherwise excessive heat generated by the may cause short-circuit failures of the output elements or burn damage. Vertical direction Mounted on a vertical surface Panel 7. When mounting the to a control panel or other fixture with screws, be sure to tighten the screws to a torque of 0.98 to.7 N m. A lower level of tightening torque may cause the to fall. 8. Do not drop the or subject it to excessive vibration or shock. Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration of performance characteristics. () Wiring. Use wires that are thick enough for the load current. Otherwise, excessive heat generated by the wire may cause burning. Tightening torque Mounted on a horizontal surface M: 0. to 0.8 N m M: 0. to 0. N m M:.7 to. N m Control connector mounting torque (detachable terminal) 0. to 0. N m. When tightening terminal screws, prevent any nonconducting material from becoming caught between the screws and the tightening surface. Otherwise, excessive heat generated by the terminal may cause burning.. Use wires that are suited to the load current and voltage. Otherwise, excessive heat generated by the wires may cause burning, or the outer covering of the wire may melt, resulting in electrical shock or ground fault.. Use a crimp terminal size that is suited to the diameter of the wire. Otherwise, it may result in burning, or the outer covering of the wire may melt, resulting in electrical shock or ground fault. 0
11 . Do not use wires with a damaged outer covering. Otherwise, it may result in electric shock or ground leakage.. Do not wire any wiring in the same duct or conduit as power or high-tension lines. Otherwise, inductive noise may damage the or cause it to malfunction. () Adjustment and Use Do not adjust or use the under the following conditions. Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or burning.. Conditions in which voltage or current exceeding the rated values is applied to the input or output terminals.. Conditions in which a load exceeding the rated range is selected or used.. Conditions in which a power supply frequency other than the rated frequency is selected or used. () Failure Detection If the control circuit or alarm output circuit should malfunction, the failure detection function and output will not operate normally. To protect against this possibility, it is recommended that the design includes redundant safety functions. (7) Noise and Surge Effects If noise or an electrical surge occurs that exceeds the malfunction withstand limit for the output circuit, the output will turn ON for a maximum of one half cycle to absorb the noise or surge. Confirm that turning the output ON for a half cycle will not cause a problem for the device or system in which the is being used prior to actual use. The malfunction withstand limit is shown below. Malfunction withstand limit (reference value): 00 V Note: This value was measured under the following conditions. Noise duration: 00 ns and μs Repetition period: 00 Hz Noise application time: min The SSR in operation may cause an unexpected accident. Therefore it is necessary to test the SSR under the variety of conditions that are possible. As for the characteristics of the SSR, it is necessary to consider differences in characteristics between individual SSRs. The ratings in this catalog are tested values in a temperature range between C and 0 C, a relative humidity range between % and 8%, and an atmospheric pressure range between 88 and 0 kpa. It will be necessary to provide the above conditions as well as the load conditions if the user wants to confirm the ratings of specific SSRs. () Solvents Do not allow the resin parts of the to come in contact with solvents, such as alcohol, thinner, trichloroethane, or gasoline. Doing so will dissolve markings and may result in deteriorating the performance of the parts. () Oil Do not allow the terminal cover of the to come in contact with oil. Doing so may cause the cover to become cloudy or to crack. () Mounting Do not drop the or subject it to excessive vibration. Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration of performance characteristics. () Mounting Interval (Panel Mounting) Note: When close mounting, check Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature under Engineering Data. Duct or other object blocking airflow Precautions for Correct Use Between duct and 80 mm min. Mounting direction Vertical direction 80 mm min. Host and slave 80 mm min. Between duct and 0 mm min.
12 () and Duct (or Other Object Blocking Airflow) Relationship Incorrect Example Countermeasure Countermeasure Duct or other object blocking airflow 0 mm max. (No more than / the depth is recommended.) Airflow (9) Fuse Use one of the following fast-blowing fuses or the equivalent for short-circuit protection. Recommended Fuses Rated current of Applicable SSR Fuse (IEC 09-) A A A A Mounting surface Vertical direction Mounting surface Mounting surface Base (0) Using IEC Class I Devices Always ground all metal parts. If you mount Relays on DIN Tracks, ground the DIN Tracks. Alternatively you can connect to a terminal block that meets IEC or equivalent standards for the same purpose. Duct or other airflow-blocking object If the depth direction of the is obstructed by ducts, the heat radiation will be adversely affected. () Ventilation Outside the Control Panel Air inlet Use ducts that have a shallow depth, to provide a sufficient ventilation area. Be aware of airflow Duct or other object blocking airflow If the ducts cannot be made lower, place the on a metal base so that it is not surrounded by the ducts. Ventilation outlet (Axial Fan) Note. If the air inlet or air outlet has a filter, clean the filter regularly to prevent it from clogging to ensure an efficient flow of air.. Do not locate any objects around the air inlet or air outlet, otherwise the objects may obstruct the proper ventilation of the control panel.. A heat exchanger, if used, should be located in front of the to ensure the efficiency of the heat exchanger. (7) Ambient Temperature The rated current of the is measured at an ambient temperature of 0 C. (8) The uses a semiconductor to switch the load. This causes the temperature inside the control panel to increase due to heating resulting from the flow of electrical current through the load. reliability can be increased by adding a ventilation fan to the control panel to dispel this heat, thus lowering the ambient temperature of the. (Arrhenius's law suggests that life expectancy is doubled by each 0 C reduction in ambient temperature.) () EMC The following conditions have been met for EMC. Connect a capacitor to the loadåfs power supply. Connect a power cable that is no longer than m to the input and alarm output sections. DCV INPUT ALM m max. LOAD OUTPUT Recommended fuse: μf, 0 VAC for the and 0. μf, 00 VAC for the () EMI This is a Class A product (for industrial environments). In a residential environment, the may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take appropriate measures. rated current (A) A A Required number of fans per Example: For 0 SSRs with load currents of A, 0. 0 =.0 Thus, fans would be required. Note. Size of fans: 9 mm, Air volume: 0.7 m /min, Ambient temperature of control panel: 0 C. If there are other instruments that generate heat in the control panel in addition to SSRs, more ventilation will be required.. Ambient temperature: The temperature that will allow the SSR to cool by convection or other means.
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Emergency Stop Switch Separate Construction with Smallest Class of Depth in the World Direct opening mechanism to open contacts in emergencies, such as when they are welded. Conforms to EN418. Includes
Miniature Limit Switch CSM DS_E_3_3 Many Models Including Roller Lever Switches are Only -mm Thick with Connector New center roller lever models that enable ganged mounting of up to 6 Switches. Cable connectors
Small Sealed Switch D4E-N CSM_D4E-_N_DS_E_4_ Slim and Compact Switch with Better Seal and Ensuring Longer Service Life than D4E Flat springs with an improved lever ratio of the built-in switch ensure smooth
New Product DIN Track Terminal Blocks with Screw Terminals XW5T Global-standard DIN Terminal Blocks for Control Panels Wires held with screws. Compatible with a wide range of wire sizes from 0.14 to 185
Safety-door Hinge Switch CSM DS_E_4_1 Compact, Plastic-body Safety-door Hinge Switch Designed for Saving Space in Machines and Other Equipment Note: Contact your sales representative for details on models
Small Safety Limit Switch D4F CSM_D4F_DS_E_5_2 Smallest Class of Safety Limit Switches in the World Note: Contact your sales representative for details on models with safety standard certification. The
Emergency Stop Switch (-dia./5-dia.) AE CSM_AE_DS_E_7_ Install in -dia. or 5-dia. Panel Cutout Direct opening mechanism to open the circuit when the contact welds. Safety lock mechanism prevents operating
Enabling Grip Switch CSM DS_E_5_1 Enabling Grip Switch with Distinct Feel for Three Easily Discernible Positions The difficult task of configuring safety circuits is now easily achieved by combining the
Common Terminals XW2R-COM CSM_XW2R-P_M_B-COM_DS_E Space-saving and less wiring work of power supply wiring are achieved. Common wiring is already wired on the PCB, transition wiring is unnecessary. Wiring
Original instructions Tina 11A Connection block ABB Jokab Safety Varlabergsvägen 11, SE-434 39 Kungsbacka, Sweden www.abb.com/jokabsafety Read and understand this document Please read and understand this
Safety Limit Switch D4B-@N CSM_D4B-_N_DS_E_4_1 Snap-action contact with certified direct operation certification. Maintenance, seal, and resistance to shock increased and direct mechanism added. Three-conduit
Safety-door Hinge Switch D4NH CSM_D4NH_DS_E_7_1 Compact, Plastic-body Safety-door Hinge Switch Designed for Saving Space in Machines and Other Equipment Lineup includes three contact models with 2NC/1NO
Original model mounting method Bottom mounting Front mounting Side mounting Original model: S8JX-N/S8JX-G Replacement model: S8FS-G Replacement bracket Model scheduled to be discontinued Recommended replacement
Original instructions Sense7-series Non-contact coded safety switch ABB AB / Jokab Safety Varlabergsvägen 11, SE-434 39 Kungsbacka, Sweden www.abb.com/jokabsafety Read and understand this document Please
Better Productivity by Standstill and Low-speed Monitoring Standstill Monitoring Reduces Extra Waiting Time During Work Problem When a hazardous part has a long inertia, door-lock control using an off-delay
Three-phase Hybrid Soft er (Soft, Kick, Current Limit, Soft Stop) CSM DS_E_6_1 Built-in Bypass Relay and Smooth s/stops Achieved in a Compact er Advanced functions include soft start, kick start, and soft
Original instructions Tina 10A/B/C Adaptor unit ABB Jokab Safety Varlabergsvägen 11, SE-434 39 Kungsbacka, Sweden www.abb.com/jokabsafety Read and understand this document Please read and understand this
Power Controller Single-phase Models EUN Series AC Power Controller with Phase-control System Allows Precise Temperature Control Models with Base-up and Soft-start Functions Available EH Series Phase Control
Small Sealed Switch D4E-N CSM_D4E-_N_DS_E_6_ Slim and Compact Switch with Better Seal and Ensuring Longer Service Life than D4E Flat springs with an improved lever ratio of the built-in switch ensure smooth
Power Controllers GPX Refer to Safety Precautions (page 0). Single-phase Models EUN Series AC Power Controllers with Phase-control System Allow Precise Temperature Control Models with Base-up and Soft-start
Original instructions FMC-1/2 Tina Muting unit ABB Jokab Safety Varlabergsvägen 11, SE-434 39 Kungsbacka, Sweden www.abb.com/jokabsafety Read and understand this document Please read and understand this
Slim Connector-Terminal lock Conversion Units CSM DS_E_2_2 New Slim Connector-Terminal lock Conversion Units. Mounting area reduced by 35% (in comparison with 40-pole XW2 Units) to contribute to downsizing
Terminal Relay Easy-to-use, Space-saving Terminal Relay with Four-point Output Almost the same size as PYF Socket: 31 x 35 x 68 mm (W x H x D) Each terminal circuit (with coil or contact) is independent
Pull-reset Safety Limit Switch D4N-@R CSM_D4N-_R_DS_E_6_1 A Series of Pull-reset s Now Available Note: Contact your sales representative for details on models with safety standard certification. Lineup
Original instructions EStrong-series Emergency Stop ABB AB / Jokab Safety Varlabergsvägen 11, SE-434 39 Kungsbacka, Sweden www.abb.com/jokabsafety Read and understand this document Please read and understand
Guard Lock Safety-door Switch D4BL CSM_D4BL_DS_E_10_1 Die-cast aluminum body Key holding force of 700 N Auxiliary release key ensures easy maintenance and unlocks the door in the case of a power failure.
Rectangular Freely Change the Sensing Direction Change between any of five sensing directions: front or 9 up, down, left, or right. Four indicators show the operating status of the from many directions.
Motor Time Switch H2F-D ON/OFF Control 48 Times per Day in 15-min Increments The H2F-D is a Low-cost Time Switch for Affordable Operation in a Compact DIN 72 x 72-mm Body. Choose the Ideal Model to Match
A High-capacity, High-dielectric-strength Relay Compatible with Momentary Voltage Drops No contact chattering for momentary drops up to % of rated. Wide-range AC-activated coil that handles 1 to 1 or to
Glossary Terms Meaning Circuit functions Photocoupler Transfers the input signal and insulates inputs and outputs as well. Photoctriac coupler Zero cross circuit Trigger circuit Snubber circuit A circuit
Switch Mode Power Supply S8VS Monitor Functions for Replacement Timing and Total Run Time in a Compact Size. 180-W Models added to the series. Compact size (40 (W) 95 (H) mm) (60-W Models) Large 3-digit,
Technical Guide for Power s CSM_Power_s_TG_E_5_1 Overview of Power s Example of Combining Different Types of Heater Control Heater control Manual G32X-V2K E5@ series Current output Current output Voltage
Enabling Grip Switch CSM DS_E_6_1 Enabling Grip Switch with Distinct Feel for Three Easily Discernible Positions In addition to the standard models, the lineup also includes models with an emergency stop
Original instructions MKey9-series Safety Interlock Switch with Guard Locking ABB AB / Jokab Safety Varlabergsvägen 11, SE-434 39 Kungsbacka, Sweden www.abb.com/jokabsafety Read and understand this document
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION Stack Lights Series www.wernerelektrik.com Light Color Significance... Specifications... Functional Specification... Model Number Structure - Stack Lights... Model Number Selection...
COMPACT BUT CUT OFF DC POWER CURRENT, POWER CAPSULE CONTACT RELAY EB RELAYS (AEB) (1A type) FEATURES Compact and high capacity using double contacts in series and permanent magnet installed. (1,A/3 times)
New Product Redundancy Unit S8VK-R Contribute to build high reliable systems Compact and Cost-effective solution for Back-up applications Easy setup for system reliability requirement Redundancy operating
Transistor Remote Modules Compact 8-point and 16-point Transistorized Modules Compact (8-point models: 125 x 40 x 50 mm (W x H x D); 16-point models: 150 x 40 x 50 mm (W x H x D)) Two independent supplies
Lighted Pushbutton Switch (Square) CSM DS_E_7_ Pushbutton Switch Series with Square 40-mm Body Combines miniature design with distinct but soft sense of operation. Easy panel mounting from the front and
Original instructions Eden AS-i Proximity safety sensor ABB Jokab Safety Varlabergsvägen 11, SE-434 39 Kungsbacka, Sweden www.abb.com/jokabsafety Read and understand this document Please read and understand
Inductive Proximity Sensor General-purpose Type in a Basic Switch Housing Mounting pitch compatible with that of mechanical basic switch. Wide operating voltage range: 10 to 30 VDC or 90 to 250 VAC. LED
Terminal Relay G6B-4@@ND Compact Terminal Relay with 4 Independent Outputs Equipped with four G6B Mini-relays that are compact, highly sensitive, and highly resistant to dielectric surges, and that can
Power PCB Relay G6D-ASI Reduced board space ideal for high-density mounting (45% smaller than the surface area of G6B). Slim package: measures 6.5 W x 17.5 L x 12.5 H mm Switches loads up to 5 A, 250 VAC/30
New Product Switch Mode Power Supply S8VK-T (120/240/480/960 W Models) Worldwide 3-phase Power Supply Resistant in tough environments Easy and fast installation The most compact class on the market Wide
New Product Switch Mode Power Supply S8VK-T (120/240/480/960 W Models) Worldwide 3-phase Power Supply Resistant in tough environments Easy and fast installation The most compact class on the market Wide
NEW Proximity Sensor with All-stainless Housing EEF Standard Model (Completely stainless- housing) A Metal Head That's * Highly Durable and Provides Long-distance Detection mm 7(M18 Model) *More than 0
SRPH1 Series Single Phase, Analog Input Type SSR Features Power control/ Cycle control/phase control (fixed cycle/ variable cycle) are available with 4-mA analog input Superior dielectric strength : 4,000VAC
Digital Sensor Sensor with Easy-to-Read LED Display status can be checked at a glance from the red digital pressure value and analog bar displays. Measurement pressure is averaged by the chattering prevention
Solid State Relays for Heaters Single-phase SSR with low heat generation carrying up to 5A* provides close mounting (up to 3 SSRs) to allow for downsizing of a control panel. Models available with time-saving