Latching Relay G2AK CSM_G2AK_DS_E_4_1 Magnetic Latching Version of G2A Ideal for Sequence Control • Double-winding latch system with continuous rating. • Terminals pulled from the respective junctions between the built-in diodes and set and reset coils allow the built-in diodes to be externally connected for coil surge absorption. • Excellent vibration/shock resistance with minimal secular decrease in latching power. • Easy monitoring of ON/OFF operation due to the built-in operation indicator mechanism. • Same outline dimensions as the standard models of G2A. Ordering Information Contact form Classification DPDT Plug-in terminals PCB terminals Standard model G2AK-232A G2AK-2321P Arc barrier equipped model G2AK-232AY --- Fully sealed model G2AK-234A --- Note: 1. When placing your order, add the coil voltage rating to the model number as shown below. Example: G2AK-232A 100 VAC Rated coil voltage 2. The applicable rated voltage range can be increased by connecting an external resistor. Refer to Specifications for details. Model Number Legend G2AK-@@@@@ 1 2 3 4 5 1. Number of Poles (Contact Form) 2: DPDT 2. Contact Type 3: Crossbar bifurcated 3. Enclosure Construction 2: Casing 4: Fully sealed 4. Terminal Shape A: Plug-in terminal 1P: PCB terminal Arc barrier equipped model 5. Safety Breaking Mechanism None: No Y: Arc barrier Fully sealed model The arc barrier equipped model is a relay designed to prevent arc short- The fully sealed model is a relay in a gas-tight plastic enclosure and thus circuiting between phases and can be used in a circuit which has poten- exhibits stable performance in an adverse atmosphere of harmful gas, tial difference between phases. The switching power of such a circuit moisture, or powdery dust. with potential difference must be limited to less than 1/2 the rated load when using this Relay. 1 G2AK ■ Accessories (Order Separately) Sockets Item DIN Track-mounting Socket Back-connecting Relay Screw terminals Solder terminals Wire-wrap terminals PCB terminals Without Hold-down Clip PYF14A(-E) PYF14A-TU PYF14T PY14 PY14-3 PY14QN(2) PY14-0 PY14-02 With Hold-down Clip --- PY14-Y2 PY14QN-Y2 --- --- Note: See the G2AK Datasheet for detailed information on the Relay Hold-down Clips and Socket Mounting Plates. Specifications ■ Coil Ratings Rated voltage Set coil Rated current 50 Hz 60 Hz Reset coil Coil resistance Rated current 50 Hz 60 Hz Coil resistance 12 VAC 162 mA 158 mA 28 Ω 40 mA 39 mA 125 Ω 24 VAC 66 mA 64 mA 145 Ω 22.6 mA 22 mA 460 Ω 50 VAC 34 mA 33 mA 590 Ω 11.3 mA 11 mA 1,900 Ω 100 VAC 19 mA 18.5 mA 2,150 Ω 12.3 mA 12 mA 3,600 Ω 6 VDC 360 mA 14 Ω 160 mA 32 Ω 12 VDC 170 mA 65 Ω 85 mA 125 Ω 24 VDC 85 mA 270 Ω 50 mA 460 Ω 48 VDC 44 mA 1,050 Ω 24 mA 1,900 Ω Set voltage 80% max. of rated voltage Reset voltage 80% max. of rated voltage Max. voltage Power consumption 110% of rated voltage Approx. 1.6 Approx. 0.5 to 2.0 VA to 1.2 VA Set coil Reset coil Approx. 2.0 Approx. 1.0 to 2.2 W to 1.2 W Note: 1. The rated current and coil resistance are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C with tolerances of +15%, –20% for AC rated current and ±15% for DC coil resistance. 2. The AC coil resistance values are for reference only. 3. Performance characteristics data are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C. 4. The rated current of the AC operating coil is half-wave rectified current and is measured with a DC ammeter. 5. The peak reverse-breakdown voltage of the built-in diode is 1,000V. 6. The set coil of the Relay rated at 6 VDC is of the 5-minute rating. However, when it is used by connecting a diode is series, it can be of the continuous rating. 7. By connecting an external resistor to each of the set and reset coils as shown in the table below, the rated current of the Relay can be increased. 8. The maximum voltage is one that is applicable instantaneously to the Relay coil at 23°C and not continuously. Rated voltage Connected coil voltage External resistor Set coil Resistance Reset coil Capacity Resistance Capacity 110 VAC 100 VAC 0.27 kΩ 0.5 W min. 0.39 kΩ 1/4 W min. 200 VAC 100 VAC 2.7 kΩ 5 W min. 8.2 kΩ 3 W min. 220 VAC 100 VAC 3.3 kΩ 6 W min. 9.1 kΩ 3 W min. 100 VDC 48 VDC 1.1 kΩ 10 W min. 2.0 kΩ 6 W min. Note: Use a resistor having the above resistance value with tolerances of ±10% for external connection. Method of Connection 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 − + RESET External resistor for reset coil • Reset side • 14 − DC coil: Connect terminal No. 13 to terminal No. 9 or No. 13 to No. 5. AC coil: Connect terminal No. 13 to terminal No. 5. Set side DC coil: Connect terminal No. 14 to terminal No. 12 or No. 14 to No. 8. AC coil: Connect terminal No. 14 to terminal No. 8. + SET External resistor for set coil 2 G2AK ■ Contact Ratings Load Resistive load (cosφ = 1) Contact type Crossbar bifurcated Contact material Movable: Au-clad AgPd Fixed: AgPd Rated load 0.3 A at 110 VAC 0.5 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 3A Max. switching voltage 250 VAC, 125 VDC Inductive load (cosφ = 0.4) (L/R = 7 ms) 0.2 A at 110 VAC 0.3 A at 24 VDC ■ Characteristics Contact resistance (see note 2) 100 mΩ max. Set time (see note 3) AC: 25 ms max.; DC: 15 ms max. Reset time (see note 3) AC: 25 ms max.; DC: 15 ms max. Min. pulse width AC: 50 ms; DC: 30 ms Max. operating frequency Mechanical: 18,000 operations/hour Electrical: 1,800 operations/hour (under rated load) Insulation resistance (see note 4) 100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) Dielectric strength 1,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 minute between coil and contact (700 VAC between contacts of same pole) (1,000 VAC between set and reset coils) Vibration resistance Destruction: 10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.75 mm single amplitude (1.5 mm double amplitude) Malfunction: 10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.5 mm single amplitude (1.0 mm double amplitude) (for contact malfunction); 3.0-mm double amplitude (for armature malfunction) Shock resistance Destruction: 1,000 m/s2 Malfunction: 100 m/s2, 300 m/s2 Endurance Mechanical: 100,000,000 operations min. (at operating frequency of 18,000 operations/hour) Electrical: 5,000,000 operations min. (under rated load and at operating frequency of 1,800 operations/hour) (see note 5) Error rate (level P) (Reference value) (see note 6) 1 mA at 100 mVDC Ambient temperature Operating: –10°C to 40°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient humidity Operating: 5% to 85% Weight Approx. 38 g Note: 1. 2. 3. 4. The data shown above are initial values. The contact resistance was measured with 0.1 A at 5 VDC using the fall-of-potential method. The set or reset time was measured with the rated voltage imposed with any contact bounce ignored at an ambient temperature of 23°C. The insulation resistance was measured with a 500-VDC megger applied to the same places as those used for checking the dielectric strength. 5. The electrical endurance was measured at an ambient temperature of 23°C. 6. This value was measured at a switching frequency of 60 operations per minute. 3 G2AK Engineering Data Endurance Endurance (x10 3 operations) Switching current (A) Maximum Switching Power DC resistive load AC resistive load AC inductive load (cosφ = 0.4) DC inductive load L/R = 7 ms 10,000 5,000 24-VDC resistive load 24-VAC inductive load L/R = 7 ms 1,000 500 100 50 10 110-VAC resistive load 110-VAC inductive load (cosφ = 0.4) Switching voltage (V) Switching current (A) Malfunctioning Shock Not energized Energized Shock direction Number of samples = 5 Measurement conditions: Impose a shock of 100 m/s2 in the ±X, ±Y, and ±Z directions three times each with the Relay energized and not energized to check the shock values that cause the Relay to malfunction. Unit: m/s2 Hold Force Attenuation vs. Elapsed Time G2AK-232A 24 VDC (Mean Value) Set voltage Reset voltage Even magnetic field strength (Oe) Condition: Changes in set and reset voltages are checked in the worst direction in an external even magnetic field. Change rate (%) Change rate (%) Condition: Changes in set and reset voltages are checked in the worst direction in an external even magnetic field. (Mean Value) Set voltage Reset voltage Even magnetic field strength (Oe) Hold force attenuation rate (%) Changes in Operating Characteristics vs. External Magnetic Field G2AK-232A 24 VDC Conditions: The rate of hold force attenuation is checked with the Relays at room temperature (20°C to 30°C) and high temperature (80°±2°C) with the rated voltage imposed. Room temperature (max.) Room temperature (min.) High temperature (max.) High temperature (min.) Elapsed time (h) 4 G2AK Dimensions Arc Barrier Equipped Models with Plug-in Terminals G2AK-232A(Y) with PCB Terminals G2AK-2321P(Y) 0.5 1 2.6 21.5 max. 21.5 max. 2.6 Fourteen, 1.2-dia. holes x 3 elliptic holes G2AK-232 0.5 0.5 28.5 max. 28.5 max. 1.8 42.5 max. 1.8 42.5 max. 5.4 4 Fully Sealed Models with Plug-in Terminals G2AK-234A with PCB Terminals G2AK-2341P 0.5 Fourteen, 1.2-dia. holes x 3 elliptic holes 1 2.6 22.5 max. 2.6 22.5 max. 0.5 0.5 29.5 max. 1.8 42.5 max. 29.5 max. 1.8 42.5 max. 5.4 4 Terminal Arrangement/Internal Connections (Bottom View) Mounting Holes on PCB (Bottom View) Note: Dimensional tolerances are ±0.1 mm 5 Fourteen, 1.5-dia. holes 4.1 12.65 6.35 7.3 4.4 4.4 13.2 RESET SET Note: Terminals (Nos. 12 and 9) are pulled from the respective junctions between the diode and set coil and between the diode and reset coil. Use these terminals through external connection for selective use or non-use of the diodes as well as for surge prevention. 5 G2AK Safety Precautions Refer to Safety Precautions for All Relays. The G2AK can be used for special purposes by utilizing its built-in diodes. When built-in diodes are not required • With the DC-coil Latching Relay, the built-in diodes become unnecessary for a circuit in which a coil operating switch is incorporated for each of the set and reset coils as shown on the right. * Unwanted diodes • With the DC/AC-coil Latching Relay, if the junctions between the set coil and built-in diode and between the reset coil and built-in diode are connected as shown on the right, only one of the built-in diode is required and the rest of the diodes become unnecessary. However, a coil operating switch is required for each coil. In this case, because of the diode characteristics, the load rating must be 0.5 A or less. * Unwanted diodes When built-in diodes are required • When using the AC-coil Latching Relay which operates on commercial AC input, the built-in diodes are required. • With the DC/AC-coil Latching Relay, the built-in diodes are required for an inductive electrical equipment circuit which consists of two or more set/reset coils, motor M, general electromagnetic coil X, etc. per coil operating switch as shown on the right. X Set or reset coil Examples of built-in diode applied circuit • With the DC-coil Latching Relay, the built-in diode(s) can be used for surge absorption. in this case, pay attention to the polarity of the coil. Note that the 5-minute rating applies only to the set coil rated at 6 VDC and the continuous rating for other DC coil voltages remains unchanged. Built-in diode of G2AK (+) Set or reset coil of G2AK Coil or EMR* 5 (8) 13 (14) * EMR: General-purpose electromagnetic relay The figures above represent the terminal numbers. The figures in parentheses represent the terminals on the set side. • With the AC-coil Latching Relay, a half-wave rectified power supply can be obtained as shown on the right. This can be used as a power supply for light-emitting diodes. However, because of the diode characteristics, the load rating must be 0.5 A or less. Set or reset coil See note below. Note: If a smoothing capacitor is used as shown on the right, the waveform of the current that flows into the set or reset coil changes from half wave to that of nearly direct current. In other words, ripple is improved but the coil temperature rises, which may adversely affect the set or reset voltage. Therefore, avoid circuit configuration with an electronic device which improves ripple, such as a capacitor. Set or reset coil Lamp Smoothing capacitor Circuits • Do not allow voltage to be applied simultaneously to both the set and reset coil. If voltage is applied simultaneously, the operation will become unstable. • It is not very meaningful to continuously apply power to a latching relay, so it is held for only one pulse. One-pulse operation is also good to save energy. ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS. To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527. In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice. 6 Read and Understand This Catalog Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. 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