- OMRON Industrial Automation

Sensor Controller
S3D2
CSM_S3D2_DS_E_6_1
Offers High-speed Input Response of
0.1 ms and Equipped with Built-in
Timer
• High-speed response of 0.1 ms.
• Ideal as a two-input Controller.
• Lineup includes the S3D2-BK with flip-flop functions convenient for
level control, the S3D2-AKD/CKD/CCD with 24-V power supply, and
the S3D2-DK/EK with one input/output OFF-delay (two circuits)
useful for load control and lamp display
• Power source for the Sensor can be supplied up to
200 mA.
• Ultra-slim body with 30-mm width.
• Multi-function model equipped with timer functions also available.
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Be sure to read Safety Precautions on
page 7.
Ordering Information
Power supply voltage
100 to 240 VAC
Output
Relay
Transistor
24 VDC
Relay
Transistor
Timer function
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Features
Model
S3D2-DK
Single-function with one input/output (two circuits)
S3D2-EK
Single-function with two inputs/one output (AND/OR operation) S3D2-AK *
Flip-flop function with two inputs/one output
S3D2-BK
S3D2-CK *
Multi-function with two inputs/one output
S3D2-CC *
Single-function with two inputs/one output
S3D2-AKD
S3D2-CKD
Multi-function with two inputs/one output
S3D2-CCD
* Models compatible with Sensors for PNP connections are also available. These model numbers have the suffix B (e.g., S3D2-AKB)
Differences from NPN Models
ON
8 to 12 V (2 mA max.)
Input signals OFF
0 to 4 V (5 mA min.)
Maximum applied voltage
12 V
Note: S3D2-AK(B)/-CK(B)/-CC(B) models with UL certification are available.
These model numbers have the suffix US (e.g., S3D2-AK-US).
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S3D2
Ratings and Specifications
Two inputs/
two outputs
Type
Item
Model
Two inputs/one output
Singlefunction
Single-function (with
OFF-delay)
Single-function (AND/OR
operation)
Flip-flop
function
S3D2-DK
S3D2-EK
S3D2-AK
S3D2-BK
Single-function (AND/OR
operation)
Multi-function
S3D2-CK
S3D2-CC
S3D2-AKD
Multi-function (24 VDC)
S3D2-CKD
S3D2-CCD
Rated supply
voltages
100 to 240 VAC ± 10% 50/60Hz
24 VDC ± 10%
Power consumption
15 VA max.
2.5 VA max. (excluding Sensor power supply)
Power supply for
Sensor
12 VDC ± 10% (includes all variations), 200 mA max. (with short-circuit protection)
24 VDC (supplied from power supply)
Connected Sensor
Input
signals
NPN transistor output (with sinking current of 18 mA min.) or contact output
ON
0 to 4 V (5 mA min.)
OFF
8 to 12 V (2 mA max.)
Shortcircuit
current
11 mA TYP (18 mA max.)
Maximum
applied
voltage
30 V
8 to 30 V (2 mA max.)
IN1 2 ms
IN2 2 ms
Input response time
0.1 ms
Output minimum
pulse width
10 ms max.
0.5 ms max.
Relay output SPST-NO
×2
250 VAC, 2A (cosφ = 1)
NPN open
collector output,
30 VDC, 100 mA
(NO, NC)
Residual voltage
(ON)1.5 V max.
Leakage current
(OFF): 0.1 mA max.
Control output
Life expectancy (relay
output)
0.1 ms
Relay output SPDT (shared common)
250 VAC, 3 A (cosφ = 1)
Mechanical 50,000,000 operations min. (switching frequency: 18,000 operations/h)
--Electrical
100,000 operations min. (switching frequency: 1,800 operations/h)
Output response time 10 ms max.
0.5 ms max.
---
0.5 ms max.
Relay output SPDT
250 VAC, 3 A (cosφ = 1)
NPN open
collector output,
30 VDC, 100 mA
(NO, NC)
Residual voltage
(ON): 1.5 V max.
Leakage current
(OFF): 0.1 mA max.
50,000,000 operations min.
(switching frequency: 18,000
operations/h)
0.1 to 1 s
1 to 10 s
selectable
---
0.1 to 1 s
1 to 10 s
selectable
10 ms max.
0.5 ms max.
One-shot, ON-delay,
and OFF-delay
---
0.01 to 0.1 s
0.1 to 1 s
selectable
• Signal input
• Signal input • Signal input reverse
reverse
• AND/OR
reverse
• Sync mode selection
operating
• Flip-flop
• AND/OR operating mode
mode selecfunction
selection
tion by wiring
---
100,000 operations min.
(switching frequency:
1,800 operations/h)
One-shot, ON-delay,
and OFF-delay
OFF-delay
Timer functions *
10 ms max.
0.1 to 1 s
1 to 10 s
selectable
0.01 to 0.1 s
0.1 to 1 s
selectable
• Signal input
• Signal input reverse
reverse
• AND/OR
• Sync mode selection
operating
• AND/OR operating mode
mode selecselection
tion by wiring
Other functions
Signal input reverse
Maximum allowable
time of momentary
power failure
20 ms max.
Ambient
temperature range
Operating: −10 to +55°C, Storage: −25 to +65°C (with no icing)
Ambient humidity
range
Operating/storage: 35% to 85%
Noise immunity
Operating power supply: 1,500 V (p-p) min.; pulse width: 100 ns, 1 μs; rise time: 1 ns
Input/output: 1,200 V (p-p) min.; pulse width: 100 ns, 1 μs; rise time: 1 ns
Dielectric strength
1,500 VAC min.
1,500 VAC min.(between power supply terminals and I/O terminals, and between non-cur(between power supply terminals and non-current-carrying parts)
rent-carrying parts)
Vibration
(destruction)
10 to 55 Hz, double-amplitude of 0.75 mm for 2 hours each of the X, Y, and Z directions
Weight
Approx. 140 g
Operating power supply: 480 V (p-p) min.; pulse
width: 100 ns, 1 μs; rise time: 1 ns
Input/output:
1,000 V (p-p) min.; pulse width: 100 ns, 1 μs;
rise time: 1 ns
* The timer will not operate in response to input signals received within 50 ms after the Controller power is turned ON.
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S3D2
Output Circuit Diagrams
Note: Numbers in parentheses indicate terminal pin numbers.
Relay Output Model
Open Collector Model
S3D2-AK/-AKD/
-CK/-CKD/-BK
S3D2-DK/-EK
S3D2-CC/-CCD
NC (6)
NC (6)
NC
NO
NO
OUT2 (6)
30 VDC 100 mA
250 VAC 3 A
Relay contact
NO (5)
NO
NO (5)
OUT1 (5)
COM (4)
COM (4)
COM (4)
Input Circuit Diagrams
Note: Numbers in parentheses indicate terminal pin numbers.
Voltage output sensor
+12 V *
OUT
(7), (10)
S3D2
main
circuit
(8), (11)
OUT
Sensor
main
circuit
0V
+12 V *
10 to
18 mA
820 Ω
IN
0V
S3D2
+12 V *
+12 V *
10 to
18 mA
R
Sensor
main
circuit
Open collector output sensor
S3D2
820 Ω
IN
S3D2
main
circuit
0V
0V
(9), (12)
Note: Terminals (7) and (10), and (9) and (12) are
connected internally.
* S3D2-AKD/-CKD/-CCD: +24 V
* S3D2-AKD/-CKD/-CCD: +24 V
Connections
Connection Methods
S3D2-AK
INPUT
S3D2-AKD
INPUT
S3D2-CK
INPUT
S3D2-CKD
INPUT
S3D2-CC
INPUT
S3D2-CCD
INPUT
S3D2-BK
S3D2-DK/-EK
INPUT
INPUT
7
8
9
7
8
9
7
8
9
7
8
9
7
8
9
7
8
9
7
8
9
7
8
+12V
IN 1
0V
+24V
IN 1
0V
+12V
IN 1
0V
+24V
IN 1
0V
+12V
IN 1
0V
+24V
IN 1
0V
+12V
IN 1
0V
+12V
IN 1
0V
10
11
12
10
11
12
10
11
12
10
11
12
10
11
12
10
11
12
10
11
12
10
11
12
+12V
IN 2
0V
+24V
IN 2
0V
+12V
IN 2
0V
+24V
IN 2
0V
+12V
IN 2
0V
+24V
IN 2
0V
+12V
IN 2
0V
+12V
IN 2
0V
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POWER IN 1 IN 2 OUT
POWER IN 1 IN 2 OUT
POWER
S3D2-CC
S3D2-CCD
S3D2-BK
S3D2-EK
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:100 to 240VAC 50/60Hz
OUTPUT:100mA 30VDC
RESISTIVE LOAD
DC POWER SUPPLY
12VDC 200mA
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:24VDC±10% 8.0VA
OUTPUT:100mA 30VDC
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:100 to 240VAC 50/60Hz
OUTPUT:3A 250VAC
RESISTIVE LOAD
DC POWER SUPPLY
12VDC 200mA
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:100 to 240VAC 50/60Hz
OUTPUT:2A 250VAC
RESISTIVE LOAD
DC POWER SUPPLY
12VDC 200mA
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
POWER IN 1 IN 2 OUT
POWER IN 1 IN 2 OUT
POWER IN 1 IN 2 OUT
POWER IN 1 IN 2 OUT
POWER IN 1 IN 2 OUT
S3D2-AK
S3D2-AKD
S3D2-CK
S3D2-CKD
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:100 to 240VAC 50/60Hz
OUTPUT:3A 250VAC
RESISTIVE LOAD
DC POWER SUPPLY
12VDC 200mA
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:24VDC±10% 8.0VA
OUTPUT:3A 250VAC
RESISTIVE LOAD
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:100 to 240VAC 50/60Hz
OUTPUT:3A 250VAC
RESISTIVE LOAD
DC POWER SUPPLY
12VDC 200mA
SENSOR CONTROLLER
SOURCE:24VDC±10% 8.0VA
OUTPUT:3A 250VAC
RESISTIVE LOAD
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
OUT1 OUT2
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
4
5
6
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
OUT1
OUT2
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
100to240VAC
FG
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24VDC
FG
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100to240VAC
FG
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24VDC
FG
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(1), (2): Power supply terminals
(3):
FG terminal
Ground with a ground resistance of
100 Ω max. in locations subject to
excessive noise.
100to240VAC
FG
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24VDC
FG
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100to240VAC
FG
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100to240VAC
3
FG
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(4) to (6): Output terminals
(7), (10): Power supply terminals for S3D2-AKD/-CKD/-CCD
Sensors (+24 V), and other models (+12 V)
(9), (12): Power supply terminals for the Sensor (0 V)
(8), (11): Output terminals for the Sensor
Connect the Sensor output lines.
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S3D2
Sensor Connections
Two-wire Sensors (NPN Models)
Wired OR Transistor Output
Sensor 1
+12 V
(7), (10)
+12 V
(7), (10)
Brown
Sensor
main
circuit
S3D2
main
circuit
IN
(8), (11)
Sensor
main
circuit
S3D2
main
circuit
0V
(9), (12)
0V
(9), (12)
Blue
IN
(8), (11)
Sensor 2
Note: Numbers in parentheses indicate terminal pin numbers.
Contact Output Sensors
• The S3D2 has a high-speed input response of 0.1 ms, which may
cause contact output models (relay output, micro-switches, etc.) to
receive unnecessary input from contact bounce and chattering.
Sensor
main
circuit
Example of Unconnectable Sensor Model
Type
Model
Proximity Sensor
TL-G3D, TL-L100, etc.
12 V
Details
Output
2 mA max.
0V
Note: Numbers in parentheses indicate terminal pin numbers.
Sink current of NPN output:
2 mA max.
(Sensors that cannot switch
18 mA or higher are unconnectable)
• Wired OR for “Object Detected” Signals
(e.g., Proximity Sensors with NO Outputs)
The input would be an OR of “object detected” signals using a wired
OR of Sensors that turn ON the output transistor when an object is
detected. The S3D2’s input signal selector switch can be set to
reverse this operation and produce an input that would be an AND
of “object not detected” signals.
• Wired OR for “Object Not Detected” Signals
(e.g., Proximity Sensors with NC Outputs)
The input would be an OR of “object not detected” signals using a
wired OR of Sensors that turn ON the output transistor when an
object is not detected. The S3D2’s input signal selector switch can
be set to reverse this operation and produce an input that would be
an AND of “object detected” signals.
Load Connection
Connecting Loads to Collector Side
NC (6)
NO (5)
COM (4)
NC (6)
Load
Load
Connecting Loads to Emitter Side
DC
NO (5)
COM (4)
DC
Load
Note: 1. Numbers in parentheses indicate terminal
numbers.
2. Connect either the NC or NO terminals for the
Emitter common. The solid line indicates the
NC terminal and the broken line indicates the
NO terminal.
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S3D2
Nomenclature
S3D2-AK/-AKD
(1)
(2)
(5)
S3D2-CK/-CKD/-CC/-CCD
(4)
(3)
(6)
(2)
(1)
(5)
(7)
(9)
(11)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(8)
(10)
(12)
S3D2-BK
S3D2-DK
S3D2-EK
(4)
(1)
(2)
(5)
(4)
(3)
(6)
(1)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(1)
(5)
(6)
(9)
(10)
(12)
No.
Name
(1)
POWER indicator (green)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
IN1 indicator (red)
IN2 indicator (red)
OUT indicator (red)
IN1 input signal selector switch
IN2 input signal selector switch
MODE
(AND/OR operation selector switch)
SYNC
(synchronous mode selector
switch)
(This switch is enabled only when
the AND/OR operation selector is
set to AND.)
(7)
(8)
(9)
TIMER switch
(10)
RANGE
(Timer timing selector switch)
(11)
TIMER MODE
(Timer operation mode switch)
(12)
TIME ADJ.
(Timer setting adjuster)
Functions
Lights when the operating power is turned ON and the Sensor power supply is output.
Not lit when the operating power is turned OFF, or the Sensor power supply is short circuited
(between the +12-V or +24-V terminal and 0-V terminal).
Lights when the output from the Sensor connected to IN1 is received by IN1 as an input.
Lights when the output from the Sensor connected to IN2 is received by IN2 as an input.
Lights when the output turns ON.
NORM: Input as a signal when the Sensor’s output transistor (or contact output) is ON.
INV:
Input as a signal when the Sensor’s output transistor (or contact output) is OFF.
AND: The output is turned ON when IN1 and IN2 input signals are both ON.
OR: The output is turned ON when either IN1 or IN2 input signal is ON.
: The output is turned ON while both IN1 and IN2 input signals are ON.
: If the input signal of IN2 is turned ON (at the rising edge) while the IN1 input signal is ON, the
output is turned ON.*
Turns timer operation ON/OFF.
ON: Timer enabled
OFF: Timer disabled
Changes the range for the timer setting time.
• S3D2-CK/-EK
1 s: Setting time is in range from 0.1 to 1s.
10 s: Setting time is in range from 1 to 10s.
• S3D2-CC
0.1 s: Setting time is in range from 0.01 to 0.1s.
1 s: Setting time is in range from 0.1 to 1s.
O. S:
One-shot timer
ON. D: ON-delay timer
OFF. D: OFF-delay timer
Setting time can be adjusted with the provided screwdriver.
The adjuster rotates 190°.
* Be sure to set the one-shot timer.
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S3D2
Operation
Basic Operation
[email protected]: Basic Operation
[email protected]/[email protected]: Timer Operation (AND)
One Sensor
ON
IN1
OFF
Sensor
ON
ON
IN2
Brown Black Blue
IN1 (NORM)
OFF
No connection
[IN2 (INV)]
ON
7
8
9
10
11
12
IN1
Output
OFF
IN2
NORM
Note: When connecting only one Sensor, be
sure to set the input selector switch for
the unconnected Sensor to INV.
INV
4
5
6
1
2
3
S3D2-AK/-AKD
Two Sensors (AND Operation)
Sensor 1
Brown Black Blue
Brown
Sensor 2
ON
7
8
9
10
11
12
Black
Blue
IN1 (NORM)
IN1
OFF
IN2
NORM NORM
ON
IN2 (NORM)
OFF
ON
Output (AND)
4
5
6
1
2
3
S3D2-AK/-AKD
OFF
OFF
(See note 1.)
Output (OR)
(See note 2.)
Output (AND)
(See note 3.)
One-shot output
(AND)
T
(See note 4.)
ON-delay output
(AND)
T
T
T
T
(See note 5.)
OFF-delay output
(AND)
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
IN1 and IN2 send OR outputs.
IN1 and IN2 send AND outputs.
IN1 and IN2 send AND outputs for T seconds from the rising edge.
IN1 and IN2 send AND outputs after a delay of T seconds from the
rising edge.
5. IN1 and IN2 send AND outputs for T seconds from the falling edge.
When only one Sensor is connected to the [email protected] and
[email protected], always set the AND/OR selector switch to
OR AND MODE OR .
Two Sensors (OR Operation)
ON
Sensor 1
Sensor 1
S3D2-DK/-EK: Basic Operation
Sensor 2
Two Input Signals Output Independently
The S3D2-EK is equipped with an OFF-delay Timer.
OFF
Brown Black Blue
ON
Sensor 2
7
8
9
10
11
12
Sensor 1
OFF
Brown Black Blue
(IN1: Wired OR)
IN1
IN2
ON
Output (OR)
NORM
OFF
4
Note: When two Sensors are wired OR and
then receive input (IN1 or IN2), OR
operation is possible.
Sensor 1 ON
(IN1)
OFF
INV
5
6
Brown
Sensor 2
ON
OUT1
1
2
3
8
9
10
11
12
Black
Blue
OFF
S3D2-AK/-AKD
7
ON
Sensor 2
(IN2)
OFF
4
5
6
ON
1
2
3
OUT2
[email protected] default settings: IN1······NORM, IN2······INV.
If AND operation is used, set IN2 to NORM.
S3D2-DK
OFF
S3D2-DK/-EK: One Sensor with Two Outputs
Terminals (8) and (11) are short-circuited.
S3D2-BK: Flip-flop Operation
Sensor
Sensor 1
Brown Black Blue
Brown Black Blue
ts
ON
IN1 (NORM)
OFF
tr
ON
IN2 (NORM)
OFF
Brown
Sensor 2
7
8
9
10
11
12
Note: ts ≥ 2ms, tr ≥ 2ms
Input 1 (IN1) takes priority when both
inputs 1 and 2 are received at the
same time.
8
9
OFF
10
11
12
Sensor 1
ON
OFF
Blue
IN1
4
1
5
2
S3D2-BK
TIMER1 TIMER2
T
IN2
NORM NORM
OFF
7
OUT1
Black
ON
Output
ON
ON
OUT2
OFF
OFF
ON
4
5
6
1
2
3
6
3
S3D2-EK
Note: 1. The time chart above shows the operation for an S3D2-EK when the
timer 1 switch is OFF and the timer 2 switch is ON.
2. Terminals (8) and (11) are short-circuited, and the current from the
S3D2 to the Sensor is 18 × 2 = 36 mA max. (TYP 22 mA).
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S3D2
Safety Precautions
Refer to Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
WARNING
Output
This product is not designed or rated for ensuring
safety of persons either directly or indirectly.
• Connect a surge suppressor or diode in parallel to the load if an
inductive load or other electrical part that generates noise is
connected to the output.
• Connect the cathode side of the diode to the
side of the power
supply.
Do not use it for such purposes.
Precautions for Safe Use
• Be sure to connect the power supply to the power supply terminals
correctly. Use a power supply with a voltage range of 100 to
240 VAC ± 10%.
L
Relay contact output
Precautions for Correct Use
AC power supply
Surge suppressor
Surge suppressor
Do not use the product in atmospheres or environments that exceed
product ratings.
● Wiring
Ground
L
• FG is a ground terminal. Ground this terminal at a ground
resistance of 100 Ω max. when installing in locations subject to
excessive noise, or if the S3D2 malfunctions.
• Do not share a ground line with other devices, or connect it to a
structural beam of a building. Doing so will have the opposite effect,
and may adversely affect the Sensor.
S3D2
Resistance: 50 Ω
Capacitor: 0.4 μF
Voltage: 200 V
Other device
S3D2
FG
Other device
Relay contact output
Open collector output
DC power supply
Diode
Diode
Peak reverse
breakdown voltage is
at least three times
the load voltage.
Average rectified
current: 1 A
Output Relay Contact
(Not Including S3D2-CC/-CCD/-DK/-EK)
• When using a load (e.g., contactor or valve) that generates an arc
when the circuit is broken, the NC (NO) contact may turn ON before
the NO (NC) contact has opened (turned OFF).
• When using both NO and NC outputs at the same time, incorporate
an arc suppressor (use the CR method, varistor, or other
countermeasure).
FG
Ground
resistance of
100 Ω
Storing in a Protective Case
• Take measures to provide adequate heat dissipation. Otherwise,
heat radiation from the body of the S3D2 may cause the insides of
protective casing to heat up.
S3D2-AKD/-CKD/-CCD
• Do not connect a load of 1 A min. to models for which the S3D2
power supply inputs are to be used as is for the Sensor power
supply outputs. Connecting a load of 1 A min. to the Sensor’s power
supply outputs will cause the fuse in the case to break.
Terminals (7), (10) 24 V
I<1A
Load
● Mounting
Tightening Torque
Using the provided M3.5 screws, tighten the terminal block to a torque
of 0.59 N·m max.
For direct mounting, use M4 screws, and tighten them to a torque of
0.78 N·m max.
Side-by-side Mounting
End Plate
(PFP-M)
• When two or more S3D2 are
mounted side by side, be sure
to provide a minimum distance
of 10 mm between them.
Note: Use the PFP-M End Plate for a
space of 10 mm.
DIN Track
Terminals (9), (12) 0 V
S3D2
10 mm
• If side-by-side mounting is
unavoidable, refer to the following load derating curve.
Load current (mA)
200
Range in which
side-by-side
mounting is
possible
100
0
10
20 25 30
40
50 55 60
Ambient temperature (°C)
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S3D2
• Always lay the S3D2
input lines, output lines,
and the power line
separately. Otherwise,
malfunction due to
noise may occur.
Input lines
(IN, IN2, +12 V, 0 V)
S3D2
Output lines
(OUT, 100 to 240 VAC)
• The power line, through which
a large current flows (e.g., to
drive a motor) should be wired
at least 200 mm away from the
S3D2.
Provide a distance of 200 mm min.
Power lines
S3D2
Provide a
distance of
200 mm min.
● Removing the Terminal Block Cover
Cover
1. Confirm that the power supply
is turned OFF.
2. Insert your fingers here and lift
up in the direction of the arrow.
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
S3D2
* Terminal block screws: M3.5
7
Mounting Holes
(direct mounting)
75 (no cover)
Two M4 (or 4.3-dia.) holes
35.3 80
30
3
23.5
51.5
72±0.3
(DIN Track mounting is also possible.)
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In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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