61F-AN/-APN2

Alternate Operation Relay
61F-AN/-APN2
CSM_61F-AN_-APN2_DS_E_4_1
Increases Motor Life and Enables Operating
Only One Pump When Cleaning Tanks or as
an Emergency Measure for Pump Failures.
• Electronic Relay with the same operation as the G4Q Latching
Relay. Compared with the G4Q, the 61F-AN/-APN2 has a
shorter power supply application time and no restrictions on
mounting direction.
• Compact Models (61F-AN) and Compact Plug-in Models (61FAPN2) available.
Note: A changeover switch must be included in the sequence to enable
operating only one pump.
Refer to Safety Precautions for Floatless Level
Controllers.
■ Ordering Information
Type
Model
Alternate Operation 61F-AN
Relay
61F-APN2
Note: When ordering, specify the desired operating voltage at the end of the model number.
Example: 61F-AN [220VAC]
Desired supply voltage
■ Specifications
Ratings
Supply voltage
100, 110, 200, 220 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Operating voltage range
85% to 110% of rated voltage
Power consumption
3 VA
Accessories
Hold-down clip PFC-N8 *
* Hold-down clip PFC-N8 is attached only 61F-APN2.
Contact Ratings (with G2RK Keep Relay)
Item
Resistive load (cosφ = 1)
Max. load
3 A at 250 VAC
Carry contact
3A
Max. operating current
3A
Max. switching capacity
750 VA
Inductive load (cosφ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms)
1.5 A at 250 VAC
375 VA
Characteristics
Response time
Operate: 25 ms max.
Release: 30 ms max.
Minimum pulse width
Min. ON time: 40 ms min.
Min. OFF time: 200 ms min.
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min. at 500 VDC (between each terminal and power supply)
Dielectric strength
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min (between each terminal and power supply)
Vibration resistance
10 to 55 Hz, 1-mm double amplitude
Shock resistance
10 G (approx. 98 m/s2)
Life expectancy
Mechanical: 1,000,000 operations (at operating frequency of 1,800 operations/hour)
Electrical: 100,000 operations min.
(rated load)
Ambient temperature
Operating: –10 to 55°C
Ambient humidity
Operating: 45% to 85% RH
Weight
61F-AN: Approx. 215 g
61F-APN2: Approx. 190 g
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61F-AN/-APN2
Time Chart for Alternate Operation of Water Supply
When the 61F-A@ Alternate Operation Relay is combined with a
Floatless Level Switch, the Relay output contacts switch (break)
while the contactor is engaged. The Relay output contacts will not
switch simultaneously with engaging the contactor. In other words,
the contactor or other load is switched with the output contacts from
the Floatless Level Switch, not directly with the output contacts from
the 61F-A@ Alternate Operation Relay. Using water supply as an
example, after the control level is reached and the 61F Controllers’
NC contacts turn OFF (break), the Relay’s output contacts switch.
The next time the 61F Controller’s NC contacts turn ON, the output
contacts have already switched. Thus, only the continuous carry
current needs to be considered for the load capacity of the 61FAPN2, enabling application to the rated carry current of 3 A.
Ta
61F
Tb
Power
61F-AN,
-APN2
Output
Tc1-Ta1
Output
Tc1-Tb1
Contactor 1
Contactor 2
61F-AN (Compact Model)
Used in combination with a [email protected] Floatless Level Switch.
Operation
S2
Tb1
Ta1
Output circuit
S0
Alternate operation
control circuit
Xc1
Power circuit
• The 61F-AN is used in combination with a Floatless Level Switch
for alternate operation when using two pumps for level control in
one location.
• When power is applied to the input terminals S0 and S2, NO
contacts Tc1 and Ta1, and NO contacts Ta2 and Tc2 are turned ON
via the alternate operation control circuit and the output circuit. This
state is held with a magnetic lock even if the power supply is turned
OFF.
• When power is applied to the input terminals again, the NO
contacts are turned OFF and the NC contacts Tc1 and Tb1 and NC
contacts Ta2 and Tc2 are turned ON. This state is held with a
magnetic lock even if the power supply is turned OFF.
• The above operation is repeated each time the power supply is
turned ON.
(Power Supply Pulse Response Method)
(See note.)
Tc1
X
Xc2
Tb2
Ta2
G2RK
(61F-AN)
Tc2
Note: The above diagram is for a rated voltage of 200 or 220 VAC.
Power is supplied to S0 and S1 for 100 or 110 VAC.
Connections (Refer to connection diagram.)
61F-APN2 (Compact Plug-in Model)
Used in combination with a Floatless Level Switch.
Operation
7
4
3
Output circuit
2
Alternate operation
control circuit
Xc1
Power circuit
• The 61F-APN2 is used in combination with a Floatless Level Switch
for alternate operation when using two pumps for level control in
one location.
• When power is applied to the input terminals 2 and 7, NO contacts
1 and 3, and NO contacts 6 and 8 are turned ON via the alternate
operation control circuit and the output circuit. This state is held
with a magnetic lock even if the power supply is turned OFF.
• When power is applied to the input terminals again, the NO
contacts are turned OFF and the NC contacts 1 and 4 and NC
contacts 5 and 8 are turned ON. This state is held with a magnetic
lock even if the power supply is turned OFF.
• The above operation is repeated each time the power supply is
turned ON.
(Power Supply Pulse Response Method)
1
X
Xc2
G2RK
(61F-APN2)
5
6
8
Note: Refer to Connecting Sockets, Mounting Brackets, DIN Rails for
the applicable Sockets.
2
61F-AN/-APN2
Connections (Refer to connection diagram.)
• Connect output terminal Ta in the 61F-G example (page 5) to input
terminal 2 on the 61F-APN2.
• Connect coil terminal A on each of the two contactors to the
switching contact terminals 3 and 4 on the 61F-APN2.
• Use the switching contact terminals 5 and 6 on the 61F-APN2 to
control the operation of the two pumps.
• The power supply of the 61F-APN2 is 100, 110, 200, or 220 VAC.
Be sure to use the correct power supply.
Output contact between
1-3 and 6-8
Output contact between
1-4 and 5-8
Power supply voltage
between 2-7
40 ms min.
200 ms min.
3
61F-AN/-APN2
■ Connections
Combining with the 61F-GN
61F-AN
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-GN
Water Supply
Commercial
voltage 220 VAC
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
R S T
Tc1
S2
MCCB
Ta1
Tb1
Output
circuit
Power
circuit
Tb1
S0
Alternate
operation
control circuit
61F-AN
Ta1
X
L2
To power
source T
61F-GN
Ta
Transformer
S0
0V
Tc
S1
L1
Tc1
24 V
U
110 V
Tb
S2
61F-11N U
Relay Unit
U
E1
E2
8V
E3
220 V
A
(See note.)
Contactor 2
A
Contactor 1
PS-3S
M1
P1
E1
Water
tank
Motor
protection
relay
Motor
protection relay
E3 E2
M2
P2
Water supply source
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
Commercial
voltage 220 VAC
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
R S T
Tc1
Tb1
Output
circuit
Power
circuit
Tb1
S0
Alternate
operation
control circuit
61F-AN
L1
Tc1
S2
MCCB
Ta1
Ta1
X
To power
source T
61F-GN
Ta
Transformer
S0
0V
Tc
S1
L2
61F-11N U
24 V Relay Unit
U
110 V
Tb
S2
U
E1
E2
8V
E3
220 V
A
(See note.)
A
Contactor 2
Contactor 1
Motor
protection
relay
Motor
protection relay
M1
P1
M2
PS-3S
P2
Reservoir
Wastewater tank
E1
E3 E2
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
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61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G
61F-APN2
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G
Water Supply
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
R S T
To power source T
MCCB
The relay operation can be monitored
if indicators are connected as shown
by the dotted line.
61F-G
0V
L2 L1
61F-APN2
6
5
4
3
110 V
U
61F-11
24 V Relay Unit
220 V
8V
U
U
Electronic
circuit
Ta
7
8
1
2
Tb
Tc
S0
S1
E2 E1
S2
E3
Connection Sockets
PF083A (Front-connecting)
PL08 (Rear-connecting)
(See note.)
Contactor 2
Contactor 1
PS-3S
M1
E3 E2
M2
P1
E1
Water
tank
Motor
protection
relay
Motor
protection relay
P2
Water supply source
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
R S T
The relay operation can be monitored
if indicators are connected as shown
by the dotted line.
To power source T
MCCB
61F-G
0V
L2 L1
61F-APN2
6
5
4
3
110 V
U
61F-11
24 V Relay
Unit
220 V
8V
U
U
Electronic
circuit
Ta
7
8
1
2
S0
E2 E1
Tb
Tc
S1
S2
E3
Connection Sockets
PF083A (Front-connecting)
PL08 (Rear-connecting)
Contactor 1
(See note.)
Contactor 2
Motor
protection relay
M1
Motor
protection
relay
P1
M2
PS-3S
P2
Reservoir
Wastewater tank
E1
E3 E2
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
5
61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G1N
61F-AN
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G1N
Water Supply
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
R S T
61F-AN
Tc1
Tb2
Output
circuit
Power
circuit
Tb1
S0
Alternate
operation
control circuit
MCCB
L1
Tc2
S2
Ta1
Ta2
L2
X
To power
source T
61F-G1N
U1
Tc2
Transformer
S0
Tb2
B
S1
Alarm
S2
0V
61F-11N
24 V Relay Unit
U1
110 V
61F-11N
24 V Relay Unit
U2
220 V
8V
Ta1
E1
U2
E2
E3
E1'
U2
U1
Tb1
(E4)
E2'
Contactor 1
PS-3S
(See note.)
Water
tank
Contactor
2
Motor
protection
relay
M1
Motor
protection
relay
P1 M2
P2
E1
E2
E3
PS-3S
E1'
Water supply source
E2'
E3
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
The 61F-G1N is to be used only for supplying water and cannot be used for alternate operation for controlling drainage.
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61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G1
61F-APN2
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G1
Water Supply
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
R S T
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
To power source T
MCCB
61F-G1
0V
24 V
61F-11
Relay Unit
U1
24 V
61F-11
Relay Unit
U2
110 V
L2
220 V
L1
8V
61F-APN2
6
5
4
3
U1
U2
U2
U1
Electronic
circuit
Tb1
S0
7
8
1
S1
2
Ta1
E3
S2
Tc2
E2
E1
Tb2
E2'
E1'
(E4)
B
Alarm
Contactor 1
PS-3S
(See
note.)
Water
tank
Contactor
2
Motor
protection
relay
M1
E1
E2
E3
Motor
protection
relay
P1 M2
P2
E1'
Water supply source
E2'
E3
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Water Drainage
The 61F-G1N is to be used only for supplying water and cannot be used for alternate operation for controlling drainage.
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61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G2N
61F-AN
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G2N
Water Supply
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
S0
Tc1
S2
Ta1
MCCB
Tb1
Output
circuit
Power
circuit
Tb1
Alternate
operation
control circuit
61F-AN
R S T
Ta1
X
Ta2
Transformer
S0
Tc2
S1
Alarm
Tc1
61F-11N U1
24 V Relay Unit
61F-11N U2
24 V Relay Unit
0V
U1
110 V
Ta1
S2
L2
To power
source T
61F-G2N
B
L1
Tc1
220 V
E1
U2
E2
E3
8V
U2
E4
Tb1
(See note.)
Contactor 1 Contactor 2
Water
tank
Motor
protection
relay
Motor
protection relay
M1
P1
PS-4S
M2
E4
E1
E3 E2
P2
Water supply source
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
S0
Tc1
S2
MCCB
Ta1
Tb1
Output
circuit
Power
circuit
Tb1
Alternate
operation
control circuit
61F-AN
R S T
Ta1
X
Ta2
S0
B
S1
Tc2
Transformer
0V
U1
110 V
Ta1
S2
Tc1
220 V
61F-11N U1
24 V Relay Unit
61F-11N U2
24 V Relay Unit
E2
E4
(See
note.)
Motor
protection
relay
Motor
protection relay
M1
Contactor 2
E1
U2
E3
8V
U2
Tb1
Contactor 1
L2
To power
source T
61F-G2N
Alarm
L1
Tc1
P1
M2
P2
PS-4S
Wastewater tank
E4
E1
E 3 E2
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
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61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G2
61F-APN2
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G2
Water Supply
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
R S T
61F-G2
The relay operation can be monitored
if indicators are connected as shown
by the dotted line.
To power source T
0V
U1
61F-11
Relay Unit
U2
61F-11
24 V
Relay Unit
24 V
110 V
L2 L1
220 V
8V
MCCB
61F-APN2
5
6
3
4
U2
U1
U2
Electronic
circuit
S0 Ta1 Tc1 Tb1 Ta2 Tc2
8
7
1
2
S1 S2 E3 E2 E1 E4
B
(See note.)
PS-4S
Contactor 1
E4
E1
E3 E2
Contactor 2
Water
tank
Motor
protection
relay
Motor
protection
relay
M1
Alarm
M2
P1
P2
Water supply source
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
61F-G2
R S T
To power source T
The relay operation can be monitored
if indicators are connected as shown
by the dotted line.
0V
61F-11 U1
Relay Unit
61F-11 U2
24 V Relay Unit
24 V
110 V
L2 L1
220 V
8V
MCCB
61F-APN2
6
5
4
3
U2
U1
U2
Electronic
circuit
S0
7
8
1
2
Ta1
S1
Tc1 Tb1 Ta2 Tc2
S2
E3 E2 E1 E4
Alarm
B
Contactor 1 Contactor 2
Motor
protection
relay
Motor
protection
relay
M1
(See note.)
P1
M2
P2
PS-4S
Wastewater tank
E4
E1
E3 E2
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
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61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G3N
61F-AN
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G3N
Water Supply
Tb1
S0
Tc1
S2
Ta1
Tb1
Output
circuit
61F-AN
R S T
Alternate
operation
control circuit
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
Power
circuit
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
L1
Tc1
Ta1
X
L2
MCCB
61F-G3N
Ta
S0
S1
Upper
limit Lamp
Tc
S2
U1
LH
B
Alarm Bell
Lc
PL
LL
0V
24 V
110 V
24 V
220 V
8V
B2
E1
E2
U2
E3
61F-11N U1
Relay Unit
U3
B1
To 61F-11N
Relay Unit
U2
Tb
PL
To power
source T
Transformer
E4
61F-11N U2
Relay Unit
U1
U3
E5
61F-11N U3
Relay Unit
Lower Lamp
limit
Power supply
(See note.)
PS-5S
Contactor 1
E1
Contactor
2
Motor
protection
relay
Water
tank
E4
Motor
protection
relay
M1
E2
E3
E5
P1 M2
P2
Water supply source
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
Tb1
S0
Tc1
S2
Ta1
Tb1
Output
circuit
61F-AN
R S T
Alternate
operation
control circuit
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
Power
circuit
Drainage
L1
Tc1
Ta1
X
L2
MCCB
61F-G3N
Ta
S0
S1
Upper
limit Lamp
Tc
Tb
U1
LH
B
Alarm Bell
Lc
PL
LL
0V
24 V
110 V
24 V
220 V
8V
B2
E2
61F-11N U2
Relay Unit
U1
U3
E1
U2
61F-11N U1
Relay Unit
U3
B1
To 61F-11N
Relay Unit
U2
S2
PL
To power
source T
Transformer
E3
E4
E5
61F-11N U3
Relay Unit
Lower
limit Lamp
Power supply
Contactor 1
(See note.)
Contactor
2
Motor
protection
relay
M1
Motor
protection
relay
P1 M2
PS-5S
P2
Reservoir
Wastewater tank
E5
E4
E2
E3
E1
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
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61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G3
61F-APN2
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G3
Water Supply
The relay operation
can be monitored if
indicators are
connected as shown
by the dotted line.
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
R S T
To power source T
61F-G3
0V
61F-11N U1
24 V Relay Unit
U2
24 V 61F-11N
Relay Unit
61F-11N U3
24 V Relay Unit
110 V
MCCB
L2 L1
220 V
61F-APN2
6
5
4
8V
3
U2
U3
U1
U2
U3
Electronic
circuit
U1
Ta Tc Tb B1 B2 Lc E1 E3 E5
7
8
1
2
S0 S1 S2
LH LL E2 E4
Lamp
Lamp
Alarm
Bell
PL PL
B
Upper Lower
limit limit
Power
supply
(See note.)
PS-5S
Contactor 1
E1
Contactor
2
Motor
protection
relay
Water
tank
Motor
protection
relay
M1
E4
E2
E3
E5
P1 M2
P2
Water supply source
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
The relay operation
can be monitored if
indicators are
connected as shown
by the dotted line.
Commercial voltage
220 VAC
R S T
To power source T
61F-G3
0V
61F-11N U1
24 V Relay Unit
U2
24 V 61F-11N
Relay Unit
61F-11N U3
24 V Relay Unit
110 V
MCCB
L2 L1
220 V
61F-APN2
6
5
4
8V
3
U2
U3
U1
Electronic
circuit
U3
U2
U1
Ta Tc Tb B1 B2 Lc E1 E3 E5
7
8
1
2
S0 S1 S2
LH LL E2 E4
B
Lamp
Lamp
Alarm
Bell
PL PL
Upper Lower
limit limit
Power
supply
(See
note.)
Contactor 1
Contactor
2
Motor
protection
relay
M1
Motor
protection
relay
P1 M2
PS-5S
P2
Reservoir
Wastewater tank
E5
E4
E2
E3
E1
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
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61F-AN/-APN2
Combining with the 61F-G4N
Alternate Operation Relay
61F-AN
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G4N
Water Supply
The relay operation can be monitored if indicators are
connected as shown by the dotted line.
Power
circuit
Tc1
Tb2
Output
circuit
Tb1
S0
Alternate
operation
control circuit
61F-AN
Tb2
Tc2
S2
Ta1
Ta2
Commercial
voltage 220 VAC
R S T
Ta2
X
To power
source T
61F-G4N
S0
MCCB
S1
Transformer
0V
24 V
U2
X
MY3 Relay 110 V
S2
Tc
Tc2
To 61F-11N
Relay Unit
24 V
X
220 V
8V
E1
U5
E2
TA
U2
E3
E8
B
BH1 Elevated tank BH1
repletion
BL1 Elevated tank BL1
U3
source upper
X
BL2 limit
BL2
Water supply
source lower
LH1 limit
LH1
Elevated tank
repletion
LL1
Elevated tank
water
shortage
LL1
LH2 Water supply LH2
LL2
U1
water
shortage
BH2 Water supply BH2
source upper
limit
Water supply
source lower
limit
LL2
E4
U4
61F-11N U3
Relay Unit
E5
61F-11N U2
Relay Unit
E6
E7
61F-11N U4
Relay Unit
U4
61F-11N U5
Relay Unit
U1
E8
U5
61F-11N U1
Relay Unit
U3
X
(See note.)
Contactor 1
PS-5S
E4
Motor
protection
relay
M1
P1
Motor
protection
relay
E5
Water
tank
Contactor 2
E6
E8
M2
E7
P2
PS-4S
Water supply source
E1
E2
E8
E3
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
The 61F-G4N is to be used only for supplying water and cannot be used alternately for controlling drainage.
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61F-AN/-APN2
Alternate Operation Relay
Combining with the 61F-G4
61F-APN2
Dimensions:
page 17
Combining with the 61F-G4
Water Supply
61F-G4
0V
61F-1
Relay Unit
U5
100 V
61F-1
24 V Relay Unit
U1
200 V
61F-1
Relay Unit
U2
61F-1
24 V Relay Unit
U3
61F-1
24 V Relay Unit
U4
24 V
To power source T
0V
L2
L1
X
MK3P
Relay
61F-APN2
Commercial
voltage 220 VAC
R S T
6
5
24 V
U2
4
110 V
3
8V
220 V
U1
X
U4
LL1
LL2
U3 X
U1 U 5 X
U4
U3
U2 U5
Electronic
circuit
MCCB
7
8
1
2
S0
LH1 LH2 BL1
S1
S2
Water
Elevated supply
Elevated
tank water source
tank
shortage lower limit repletion
LL1
LL2
TC
BL2 BH1 BH2
TC2
Water
Elevated
supply
tank water
source
upper limit shortage
LH1 LH2 BL1
B
TA
Water
Elevated
supply
tank
source
lower limit repletion
E4
E8
E3
E7
E2
E6
E5
Water
supply
source
upper limit
BL2 BH1 BH2
(See note.)
Contactor 1
E1
PS-5S
E4
Motor
protection
relay
M1
P1
Motor
protection
relay
E5
Water
tank
Contactor 2
E6
E8
M2
E7
P2
PS-4S
Water supply source
E1
E2
E8
E3
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the longest Electrode).
Drainage
The 61F-G4N is to be used only for supplying water and cannot be used alternately for controlling drainage.
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61F-AN/-APN2
At 220 VAC
Water Supply (When Combined with 61F-G1P)
For example, operation indication is
possible by the connection as
shown by the dotted line.
Power
source
220 VAC
R S T
L2
L1
6
5
B
Alarm
61F-G1P
61F-APN2
7
4
14
6
5
12
Knife
switch
0V
220 V
7
8
1
2
8
A
9
24 V
Control circuit
24 V
Control circuit
8V
15
U1
U2
U2
10
1
U1
11
THR
2
Pushbutton switch
A
Electromagnetic
switch 2
Electromagnetic switch 1
3
U1
U2
Electronic
circuit
*
PS-3S
THR
PS-3S
Water supply source
E1
E3
M1
4
3
E3
E2
E1
Water
tank
E2
P1
M2
P2
*Be sure to ground terminal 15.
14
61F-AN/-APN2
Water Supply (When Combined with 61F-GP-N)
For example, operation indication is
possible by the connection as
shown by the dotted line.
Power
source
220 VAC
R S T
L2
L1
6
5
61F-GP-N
8
6
7
5
61F-APN
4
4
U
3
Knife
switch
0V
Electronic
circuit
24 V Control circuit
U
8V
220 V
U
3
9
10
7
8
1
11
1
2
2
A
A
*
Electromagnetic switch 1
Electromagnetic switch 2
PS-3S
THR
THR
Water tank
Water supply source
Water supply source
E3
M1
P1
M2
E2
E1
P2
*Be sure to ground terminal 4.
15
61F-AN/-APN2
Water Drainage (When Combined with 61F-G2P)
B
For example, operation indication is
possible by the connection as shown
by the dotted line.
Power
source
220 VAC
R S T
61F-ANP2
L2
L1
6
5
61F-G2P
7
4
Alarm
6
14
5
12
U2
3
4
3
U1
U1
Knife
switch
24 V Control circuit
0V
Electronic
circuit
24 V Control circuit
U2
8V
220 V
U2
7
8
1
2
8
9
15
10
1
11
2
*
A
Electromagnetic switch 2
A
Electromagnetic switch 1
THR
THR
PS-4S
Water supply source
E3
M1
E1
E2
E4
P1
M2
P2
*Be sure to ground terminal 15.
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61F-AN/-APN2
Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
61F-AN
42
25
14 14
5
32
60
3
11
5
65
11
9
54
10
3.4
Terminal cover
Twelve, M3.5 sems screws
4 min.
10
100
5
70
56
4
(See note.)
35.4 90
50
40
50
4 min.
39
Note: Dimensions are with the DIN rail mounting (sliding) bracket attached.
61F-APN2
Use a PFC-N8 Mounting Bracket to mount the Level
Controller to a PF083A Rail-mounted Socket.
PFC-N8
61F-APN2
49.4
38
70
84
4
91
$/7(5
1$7(
23(5$
628
5 &(
7,21
9$&
5(/$<
Approx.
80
83
PF083A
4.5
6
t = 0.3
Note: PFC-N8 Mounting Bracket (provided with
the Level Controller)
■ Safety Precautions
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Level Controllers.
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.
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