- Omron Industrial Automation India

Solid State Relays with Built-in Current Transformer
G3PF
CSM_G3PF_DS_E_7_2
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 3-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: M3 terminals,
screwless clamp terminals (detachable), or compact slotted
screw terminals (detachable).
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
• Certified for CSA and EN (TÜV).
• The G3PF-2@@B-@@@ Series is UL certified.
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Solid State
Relays and Safety Precautions on page 10.
Ordering Information
■ List of Models
Input terminals
Isolation method Zero cross function Operation indicator
M3 terminals
Screwless clamp
terminals
(detachable)
Phototriaccoupler
Yes
Yes
Compact slotted
screw terminals
(detachable)
Alarm output
Applicable load (See note.)
1 output (Heater
Burnout Detection,
SSR Short-circuit
Failure Detection,
Common)
2 to 25 A, 100 to 240 VAC
G3PF-225B
Model
2 to 35 A, 100 to 240 VAC
G3PF-235B
2 to 25 A, 200 to 480 VAC
G3PF-525B
2 to 35 A, 200 to 480 VAC
G3PF-535B
2 outputs (Heater
Burnout Detection,
SSR Short-circuit
Failure Detection)
2 to 25 A, 100 to 240 VAC
G3PF-225B-CTB
2 to 35 A, 100 to 240 VAC
G3PF-235B-CTB
2 to 25 A, 200 to 480 VAC
G3PF-525B-CTB
2 to 35 A, 200 to 480 VAC
G3PF-535B-CTB
2 outputs (Heater
Burnout Detection,
SSR Short-circuit
Failure Detection)
2 to 25 A, 100 to 240 VAC
G3PF-225B-STB
2 to 35 A, 100 to 240 VAC
G3PF-235B-STB
2 to 25 A, 200 to 480 VAC
G3PF-525B-STB
2 to 35 A, 200 to 480 VAC
G3PF-535B-STB
Note: The load current depends on the ambient temperature. Refer to Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature under Engineering Data for details.
Specifications
■ Certification
CSA 22.2 No. 14, EN 60947-4-3, UL508 (The G3PF-2@@B-@@@ Series)
■ Ratings
● Detection Power Supply
● Operation Input
Rated power supply voltage
24 VDC
Input method
Voltage input
Operating voltage range
20.4 to 26.4 VDC
Rated input voltage
12 to 24 VDC
Current consumption
50 mA DC max. (at 24 VDC)
Operating input voltage range 9.6 to 26.4 VDC
● Alarm Output
Output OFF collector voltage 30 VDC max.
Maximum carry current
100 mA
Output form
NPN open collector (ON when error is
detected.)
Minimum load current
0.1 mA
Operate voltage
9.6 VDC max.
Release voltage
1.0 VDC min.
Input current
5 mA DC max. (at 12 VDC)
10 mA DC max. (at 24 VDC)
Note: If the power rise or fall time exceeds 200 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 200 ms or
less.
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G3PF
● Main Circuit
Model
Item
G3PF-225B
G3PF-235B
G3PF-525B
G3PF-535B
G3PF-225B-CTB
G3PF-235B-CTB
G3PF-525B-CTB
G3PF-535B-CTB
G3PF-225B-STB
G3PF-235B-STB
G3PF-525B-STB
G3PF-535B-STB
Rated load voltage
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz)
Operating voltage range
75 to 264 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Applicable load current*
25 A (at 40°C)
Minimum load current
2A
Inrush current resistance
220 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle)
200 to 480 VAC (50/60 Hz)
180 to 528 VAC, 50/60 Hz
35 A (at 40°C)
25 A (at 40°C)
35 A (at 40°C)
430 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle)
220 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle)
430 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle)
Note: The load current depends on the ambient temperature. Refer to Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature under Engineering Data for details.
■ Characteristics
Model
Item
G3PF-225B
G3PF-235B
G3PF-525B
G3PF-535B
G3PF-225B-CTB
G3PF-235B-CTB
G3PF-525B-CTB
G3PF-535B-CTB
G3PF-225B-STB
G3PF-235B-STB
G3PF-525B-STB
G3PF-535B-STB
Operate time
1/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max.
Release time
1/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max.
Main
circuit
Output ON voltage drop 1.6 V (RMS) max.
1.8 V (RMS) max.
Leakage current
20 mA max. (at 480 VAC)
Alarm
output
Output ON voltage drop 1.5 V max.
Leakage current
10 mA max. (at 200 VAC)
1 mA max.
Isolation resistance
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
2,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
Vibration resistance
Destruction: 10 to 55 to10 Hz, 0.35-mm single amplitude (0.7-mm double amplitude)
Shock resistance
Destruction: 294 m/s2
Ambient storage temperature
−30 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient operating temperature
−20 to 60°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient operating humidity
45% to 85%
Weight
Approx. 400 g
Approx. 630 g
Approx. 400 g
Approx. 630 g
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G3PF
Connection
■ Connection Example
G3PF-@@@B
Controlled by NPN Transistor
G3PF
L1
24 VDC
Output device
(NPN transistor output)
L1 +24 V (1)
−24 V (2)
INPUT+ (3)
INPUT− (4)
G3PF225B
1
DC24V
2
1
24 VDC
3
INPUT
4
3
ALM
6
T1
IN1
IN2
Heater
12 to 24 VDC
4
5
COM
ALM− (6)
Voltage output for Temperature Controller, PLC
2
Input device
(positive common example)
ALM+ (5)
Controlled by PNP Transistor
5
G3PF
Input for Relay, PLC (See note.)
6
24 VDC
Output device
(PNP transistor output)
L1 +24
V (1)
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−24 V (2)
30 VDC min.
INPUT+ (3)
INPUT− (4)
T1
Input device
(negative common example)
ALM+ (5)
COM
ALM− (6)
IN1
T1
Heater
IN2
Heater
Note: With inductive loads (relay coil, etc.), connect back-current prevention diodes to both sides of the load.
G3PF-@@@B-CTB, G3PF-@@@B-STB
Controlled by NPN Transistor
G3PF
24 VDC
Output device
(NPN transistor output)
L1 +24 V (1)
L1
−24 V (2)
INPUT+ (3)
INPUT− (4)
24 VDC
G3PF225B-CTB
1
DC24V
1
2
2
3
3
INPUT
12 to 24 VDC
4
4
5
ALM
(OPEN)
6
7
ALM
(SHORT)
8
MADE IN JAPAN
5
6
7
8
Input device
(positive common example)
ALM+ (5)
(Heater burnout)
ALM− (6)
T1
ALM+ (7)
(SSR short-circuit)
ALM− (8)
T1
Voltage output for Temperature Controller, PLC
COM
IN1
IN2
Heater
Input for Relay, PLC (See note.)
Controlled by PNP Transistor
G3PF
30 VDC min.
L1 +24 V (1)
24 VDC
Output device
(PNP transistor output)
−24 V (2)
INPUT+ (3)
Input for Relay, PLC (See note.)
INPUT− (4)
T1
ALM+ (5)
(Heater burnout)
ALM− (6)
30 VDC min.
Heater
Note: With inductive loads (relay coil, etc.), connect back-current prevention diodes to both sides of the load.
Terminals 5-6 output a heater burnout alarm, and terminals 7-8 output an SSR short-circuit failure
alarm.
ALM+ (7)
(SSR short-circuit)
ALM− (8)
T1
Input device
(negative common example)
COM
IN1
IN2
Heater
3
G3PF
Operation
■ Error Detection Function
● Setting the Heater Burnout Detection Level
• The heater burnout detection level is set with switches on the front of the G3PF.
• 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): 1
∗Example of setting 12 A
Setting switch (top row): 1
Setting switch (bottom row): 2
● Operation during an Error
Model
G3PF-@@@B
G3PF-@@@B-CTB
G3PF-@@@B-STB
Condition
Alarm indicator (red)
Normal
Heater burnout, SSR open-circuit
SSR short-circuit
Normal
Heater burnout, SSR open-circuit
SSR short-circuit
Unlit
Lit
Flashing
Unlit
Lit
Flashing
Item
Detection setting range
Terminals 7-8
None
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
● Heater Burnout Detection Current Range
● Heater Burnout Detection Function
Model
Alarm output
Terminals 5-6
OFF
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G3PF-@35B-@@@
1 to 25 A (1-A increments)
1 to 35 A (1-A increments)
Detection tolerance
±5% (±20% for a rated load current setting of 20% or
less. See table at right for details.)
Detection time
1.0 s max. (with ON/OFF control)
Note 1. The alarm is output if the load current falls below the error detection
current.
2. 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.)
3. When using cycle control, heater burnout detection is possible at a
control cycle of 200 ms min. and an output duty of 50% min. (When
combined with the G32A-EA, heater burnout can be detected at an
output duty of 50% or higher.)
4. When using cycle control, the detection time increases in inverse
proportion to the output duty.
5. When used in combination with optimal cycle control (G3ZA), the
heater burnout detection function cannot be used.
6. 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 4 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 (1 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 G3PF even during operation.)
● SSR Failure Detection
Detection level
One-half the set value for heater burnout detection
Detection time
1.0 sec max. (ON/OFF control) (See note.)
Note: When using cycle control, the detection time increases in inverse
proportion to the output duty.
Setting switch
Top switch
(tens digit)
Bottom
switch
(ones digit)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
·
·
·
9
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
·
·
·
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Heater burnout detection current (A)
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G3PF-@35B-@@@
Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum
Cannot be set
Cannot be set
0.8
1.2
0.8
1.2
1.6
2.4
1.6
2.4
2.4
3.6
2.4
3.6
3.2
4.8
3.2
4.8
4.0
6.0
4.0
6.0
5.7
6.3
4.8
7.2
6.7
7.4
5.6
8.4
7.6
8.4
7.6
8.4
8.6
9.5
8.6
9.5
9.5
10.5
9.5
10.5
10.5
11.6
10.5
11.6
11.4
12.4
13.3
14.3
15.2
16.2
17.1
18.1
19.0
20.0
20.9
21.9
22.8
23.8
12.6
13.7
14.7
15.8
16.8
17.9
18.9
20.0
21.0
22.1
23.1
24.2
25.2
26.3
Cannot be set
11.4
12.4
13.3
14.3
15.2
16.2
17.1
18.1
19.0
20.0
20.9
21.9
22.8
23.8
24.7
25.7
26.6
27.6
28.5
29.5
30.4
31.4
32.3
33.3
12.6
13.7
14.7
15.8
16.8
17.9
18.9
20.0
21.0
22.1
23.1
24.2
25.2
26.3
27.3
28.4
29.4
30.5
31.5
32.6
33.6
34.7
35.7
36.8
Cannot be set
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G3PF
Nomenclature
■ G3PF-@@@B
● Terminal Arrangement
Terminal name
Terminal number
Screw size
Main circuit terminals
(output)
L1, T1
M5
Detection power supply (input)
1, 2
Operation input (input)
3, 4
L1
G3PF225B
1
DC24V
Alarm output terminals (output)
M3
3
INPUT
● Indicators
Color
Condition
Operation indicator
Yellow
Lit
Operating
Lit
Heater burnout detection
SSR open-circuit detection
Flashing
SSR short-circuit detection
Alarm indicator
4: INPUT−
5
5: ALM+
Red
6
Meaning
3: INPUT+
4
ALM
Name
1: +24 V
2: −24 V
2
5, 6
Operation indicator (yellow)
Alarm indicator (red)
6: ALM−
T1
Heater burnout detection level switch
■ G3PF-@@@B-CTB, G3PF-@@@B-STB
● Terminal Arrangement
Terminal name
Main circuit terminals
(output)
Screw size
Terminal
number G3PF-@@@B-CTB G3PF-@@@B-STB
L1, T1
M5
L1
M5
G3PF225B-CTB
1
Operation input (input)
1, 2
Detection power supply (input)
3, 4
Heater burnout alarm
output (output)
5, 6
SSR short-circuit
alarm output (output)
7, 8
DC24V
2
Screwless clamp
terminals
(FK-MCP1.5/8STF-3.5, made by
Phoenix Contact)
3
M2 slotted screw
terminals
(MCVW1.5/8-STF3.5, made by
Phoenix Contact)
2: −24 V
3: INPUT+
INPUT
4
5
ALM
(OPEN)
6
7
ALM
(SHORT)
8
MADE IN JAPAN
● Indicators
1
2
3
Operation indicator (yellow)
Alarm indicator (red)
1: +24 V
4
4: INPUT−
5
6
5: ALM+ (Heater burnout)
7
7: ALM+ (SSR short-circuit)
8
8: ALM− (SSR short-circuit)
6: ALM− (Heater burnout)
T1
Name
Color
Condition
Meaning
Operation indicator
Yellow
Lit
Operating
Alarm indicator
Red
Lit
Heater burnout detection
SSR open-circuit detection
Flashing
SSR short-circuit detection
Heater burnout detection level switches
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G3PF
Engineering Data
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G3PF-@35B-@TB
Load current (A)
Load current (A)
● Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature
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G3PF-@25B-@TB
40
Individual or
close mounting
30
40
G3PF-235B
Individual mounting
35
30
G3PF-225B
25
Close mounting
21
20
20
17
15
10
10
0
−30 −20
0
20
40
60
80
0
−30 −20
100
0
20
40
60
80
100
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 30%.
● 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.)
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250
Inrush current (A. Peak)
Inrush current (A. Peak)
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G3PF-@25B-@TB
200
150
500
400
300
100
200
50
100
0
10
30 50
100
300 500 1,000
3,000 5,000
Energized time (ms)
0
10
30 50
100
300 500 1,000
3,000 5,000
Energized time (ms)
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G3PF
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
■ Main unit
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25±0.2
Two, M5
77.6
38.1
4.6 dia.
100 max.
90±0.2
Six, M3
12
4.5
13
Mounting Holes
Elliptical hole:
4.6 × 5.6
45 max.
25±0.3
110 max.
90±0.3
86.8
Two, 4.5 dia. or M4
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Two, M5
25±0.2
4.6 dia.
100 max.
77.6
38.1
90±0.2
Six, M3
4.5
13.5 11.5
Elliptical hole:
4.6 × 5.6
55 max.
Mounting Holes
25±0.3
130 max.
106.8
90±0.3
Two, 4.5 dia. or M4
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Two, M5
25±0.2
4.6 dia.
100 max.
77.6
90±0.2
4.5
12
13
Elliptical hole:
4.6 × 5.6
45 max.
Mounting Holes
25±0.3
117 max.
110 max.
90±0.3
86.8
Two, 4.5 dia.
or M4
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Two, M5
25±0.2
4.6 dia.
100 max.
77.6
90±0.2
4.5
13.5 11.5
55 max.
Elliptical hole:
4.6 × 5.6
Mounting Holes
25±0.3
137 max.
130
max.
90±0.3
106.8
Two, 4.5 dia. or
M4
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G3PF
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Two, M5
25±0.2
4.6 dia.
100 max.
77.6
90±0.2
Eight, M2
4.5
12
13
45 max.
Elliptical hole:
4.6 × 5.6
Mounting Holes
25±0.3
115 max.
110 max.
90±0.3
86.8
Two, 4.5 dia.
or M4
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Two, M5
25±0.2
4.6 dia.
100 max.
77.6
90±0.2
Eight, M2
4.5
13.5 11.5
55 max.
Elliptical hole:
4.6 × 5.6
Mounting Holes
25±0.3
135 max.
130
max.
90±0.3
106.8
Two, 4.5 dia.
or M4
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G3PF
Safety Precautions
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Solid State Relays.
CAUTION
The G3PF 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.
3. Conditions in which the G3PF may be subject to
condensation as the result of rapid changes in
temperature.
4. Conditions in which the G3PF may be dropped or subject
to excessive vibration or shock.
5. Conditions in which the G3PF is not packaged.
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.
(3) Mounting
1. Do not use the G3PF 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.
2. 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.
3. Make sure that there is no excess ambient temperature
rise due to the heat generation of the G3PF. If the G3PF
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.
4. Make sure the DIN track is securely mounted. Otherwise,
the G3PF may fall.
5. Do not handle the G3PF with oily or dusty (especially iron
dust) hands. Doing so may result in malfunction.
6. Mount the G3PF in the specified direction (on a vertical or
horizontal surface). Otherwise excessive heat generated
by the G3PF may cause short-circuit failures of the output
elements or burn damage.
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.
(1) Operating and Storage Environments
Do not use or store the G3PF in the following locations. Doing
so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration of
performance characteristics.
1. Locations subject to corrosive or flammable gases.
2. Do not store in locations subject to ambient storage
temperatures outside the range −30 to 70°C.
3. Do not use in locations subject to ambient operating
temperatures outside the range −20 to 60°C.
4. Do not use in locations subject to relative humidity outside
the range 25% to 85%.
5. Locations subject to high temperature or high humidity.
6. 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.
10.Locations subject to direct sunlight.
11.Locations subject to shock or vibration.
(2) Transport
Do not transport the G3PF under the following conditions.
Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration
of performance characteristics.
1. Conditions in which the G3PF may be subject to water or
oil splashes.
2. Conditions in which the G3PF may be subject to high
temperature or high humidity.
Mounted on a vertical surface
Mounted on a horizontal surface
Vertical
direction
Panel
7. When mounting the G3PF to a control panel or other
fixture with screws, be sure to tighten the screws to a
torque of 0.98 to 1.47 N·m. A lower level of tightening
torque may cause the G3PF to fall.
8. Do not drop the G3PF or subject it to excessive vibration
or shock. Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or
deterioration of performance characteristics.
(4) Wiring
1. Use wires that are thick enough for the load current.
Otherwise, excessive heat generated by the wire may
cause burning.
Tightening torque M2: 0.22 to 0.28 N·m
M3: 0.4 to 0.56 N·m
M5: 1.57 to 2.35 N·m
Control connector mounting torque (detachable
terminal)
0.25 to 0.3 N·m
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
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G3PF
5. Do not use wires with a damaged outer covering.
Otherwise, it may result in electric shock or ground
leakage.
6. Do not wire any wiring in the same duct or conduit as
power or high-tension lines. Otherwise, inductive noise
may damage the G3PF or cause it to malfunction.
(5) Adjustment and Use
Do not adjust or use the G3PF under the following conditions.
Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or burning.
1. Conditions in which voltage or current exceeding the rated
values is applied to the input or output terminals.
2. Conditions in which a load exceeding the rated range is
selected or used.
3. Conditions in which a power supply frequency other than
the rated frequency is selected or used.
(6) Failure Detection
If the G3PF 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 G3PF 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 G3PF is being used prior to actual use. The G3PF
malfunction withstand limit is shown below.
• Malfunction withstand limit (reference value): 500 V
Note: This value was measured under the following conditions.
Noise duration:
100 ns and 1 μs
Repetition period:
100 Hz
Noise application time: 3 min
Precautions for Correct Use
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 15°C and 30°C, a relative humidity range
between 25% and 85%, and an atmospheric pressure range
between 88 and 106 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.
(1) Solvents
Do not allow the resin parts of the G3PF 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.
(2) Oil
Do not allow the terminal cover of the G3PF to come in contact
with oil. Doing so may cause the cover to become cloudy or to
crack.
(3) Mounting
Do not drop the G3PF or subject it to excessive vibration.
Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration
of performance characteristics.
(4) Mounting Interval (Panel Mounting)
Note: When close mounting, check Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature
under Engineering Data.
Between duct and G3PF
Duct or other object blocking
airflow
G3PF-@25-@@@
80 mm min.
Mounting direction
Vertical
direction
80 mm min.
Host and slave
80 mm min.
G3PF-@35-@@@
Between duct and G3PF
50 mm min.
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G3PF
(5) G3PF and Duct (or Other Object Blocking Airflow)
Relationship
Incorrect Example
Countermeasure 1
Countermeasure 2
Recommended Fuses
30 mm max.
(No more than 1/3 the G3PF
depth is recommended.)
Duct or other object
blocking airflow
Mounting surface
Mounting surface
Mounting surface
Airflow
Vertical
direction
Duct or other
airflow-blocking object
Use ducts that have a
shallow depth, to
provide a sufficient
ventilation area.
Rated current of G3PF
Applicable SSR
25 A
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Fuse (IEC 60269-4)
32 A
35 A
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63 A
(10) 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 60947-7-2 or equivalent
standards for the same purpose.
Base
G3PF
If the depth direction of the
G3PF is obstructed by ducts,
the heat radiation will be
adversely affected.
(9) Fuse
Use one of the following fast-blowing fuses or the equivalent
for short-circuit protection.
If the ducts cannot be made
lower, place the G3PF on a
metal base so that it is not
surrounded by the ducts.
(11) 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 3 m to the input
and alarm output sections.
(6) Ventilation Outside the Control Panel
1
DC24V
Be aware of airflow
2
Duct or other
object blocking
airflow
LOAD
3
Ventilation outlet
(Axial Fan)
G3PF
G3PF
INPUT
OUTPUT
4
G3PF
5
ALM
6
3m max.
Recommended fuse: 1 μF, 250 VAC for the G3PF-2@@B, and
0.5 μF, 500 VAC for the G3PF-5@@B
G3PF
Air inlet
Note 1. 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.
2. Do not locate any objects around the air inlet or air outlet, otherwise the
objects may obstruct the proper ventilation of the control panel.
3. A heat exchanger, if used, should be located in front of the G3PF to
ensure the efficiency of the heat exchanger.
(12) EMI
This is a Class A product (for industrial environments).
In a residential environment, the G3PF may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take
appropriate measures.
(7) G3PF Ambient Temperature
The rated current of the G3PF is measured at an ambient
temperature of 40°C.
(8) The G3PF 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. G3PF reliability can be increased by adding
a ventilation fan to the control panel to dispel this heat, thus
lowering the ambient temperature of the G3PF.
(Arrhenius's law suggests that life expectancy is doubled by
each 10°C reduction in ambient temperature.)
G3PF rated current (A)
Required number of fans per G3PF
25 A
35 A
0.4
0.54
Example: For 10 G3PF SSRs with load currents of 35 A,
0.54 × 10 = 5.40
Thus, 6 fans would be required.
Note 1. Size of fans: 92 mm2, Air volume: 0.7 m3/min, Ambient temperature
of control panel: 30°C
2. If there are other instruments that generate heat in the control panel
in addition to SSRs, more ventilation will be required.
3. Ambient temperature: The temperature that will allow the SSR to
cool by convection or other means.
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