Delcon SL series Relays

10 years
Interface
relays
warranty
Interface Relays
Introduction
Delcon was founded in 1975 as a specialist manufacturer of solid
state interface relays. Our relay design utilizes pulse transformer
technology which gives unique advantages over traditional opto
coupler based solid state relays and electro mechanical relays. This
helps ensure a long lifetime and trouble free performance in harsh
industrial applications where difficult loads, noise and interference can
cause big problems.
Delcon has distributors in more than 20 countries. The largest
customer segments are the energy industry, cargo handling at ports,
as well as the pulp and paper industry. Delcon’s customers include a
number of companies that are the market leaders in their own fields.
Problems with interference
Problems with signaling
• Power cables installed adjacent to signal cables, especially
over long cable runs, create a capacitive effect that can
cause opto coupler/electro mechanical relays to switch on or
remain on after the control signal switches off
• Electrical disturbances can cause the LED indicator of the
opto coupler / electromechanical relays to glow when the
relay is switched off and no input signal present. This makes
it difficult to quickly diagnose faults and rectify problems
• Transients in the power supply causes damage to relay coils/
opto coupler relays
• Interference from frequency inverters can provide false on/off
switching
Solution
Delcon relays have built in capacitive suppression to allow
safe, reliable operation even with very long cable runs. An RC
circuit protects the relays from transients and high frequency
interference.
Hysteresis
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Interference
Suppression
Solution
The Delcon LED is synchronized with the output so it is
impossible for it to glow without being on. The relays have
good hysteresis with clearly defined on / off points for reliable
operation in high noise environments.
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Interface Relays
Problems with inductive loads
Problems with high dc voltage
• Contactors and solenoid valves are commonly used
throughout the industry, they are also problematic inductive
loads for electromechanical relays to handle
• Reduced switching capacity
• Contacts weld
• Electromechanical relays are significantly derated at higher
dc voltages
• Usually require special version electromechanical relays that
are physically bigger and take up more space
• Short lifetime
Solution
Delcon AC output relays are rated at 3A and can switch inductive
loads without any derating. Delcon DC output relays have no
derating up to 24Vdc and thereafter still offer significantly less
derating compared to electromechanical relays.
Solution
Delcon dc output relay types CRA & CRA4 can switch up to
300Vdc with no derating compared to electromechanical relay
and in a smaller package. Example SLO24CRA4 switching 40ms
inductive load at 3A / 110Vdc will give service life of 15 years or
more.
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E-mech relay inductive loads, L/R 40 ms
Delcon relay inductive loads, L/R 50 ms
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Interface Relays
Changing relays is a costly business
Compared to the total system cost, a relay is a relatively
inexpensive component. However, a relay that fails in a system runs
the risk of becoming the most expensive component. Choosing a
relay with a shorter life span than the entire system will probably
result in costly unwanted system downtime!
The life span of an industrial system is typically considered to be 15
years.
If your application has any of the following requirements then select
Delcon relays for a hassle free and safe operation that spans the
entire system life.
• Frequent switching - relays operate at least once per minute
• Inductive loads – fitting clamp diodes can help but increases
switch off time
• Inductive loads combined with high switching frequency
• High dc voltages
Cost of Delcon
Cost of third
replacement
Cost of E-Mech relay
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replacement
Cost of second
replacement
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Lifetime
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3 year
Choosing Delcon relays for your system will improve your long
term profitability. The cost of system downtime differs depending
on the type of industry but is usually very expensive. If we
consider only the cost of trouble shooting and replacing a faulty
relay for the first time then the initial cost of choosing Delcon is
already exceeded.
Delcon is the default choice in many Scandinavian paper mills
which is a well known, tough industrial environment. These
customers choose Delcon for reliable, safe operation and long
term cost savings through minimal maintenance and avoiding
costly downtime.
Interface Relays
Quick guide
CR
CRP
•
•
•
•
AC input relays
Long signal cables (> 100 m)
Parallel signal & load cables
Radio frequency noise
Transient noise
CR
• 2 wire sensor version for leakage
current immunity up to 3.5mA
CRP
• Parallel signal & load cables
• Radio frequency noise
• Transient noise
DC input relays
TR
AC output
relays
• High switching frequency
TRA
• high switching frequency
• resistive loads
• inductive loads
CR
DC output
relays
• Motor control
CRA & CRA4
• high switching frequency
• resistive loads
• inductive loads
• high DC-loads
IRA
AC/DC output
relays
• all AC- and DC-loads
• high switching
• 0,5 ms off-delay
•Sockets
• 16 channel base
• PLC adapter
•Cables
Accessories
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Interface Relays
Input relays for AC
•
•
•
•
Galvanic isolation 4 kV, 8 mm creep distance
Effective interference elimination
Compatible with NPN/PNP logic
LED indication
General description
The relays are used as an interface between AC sensors and
control systems. The integrated interference protection provides
reliable operation even in very demanding electrical environments.
Thanks to interference protection, signal cables can be run
alongside power cables on, for example, cable racks for more than
1.5 km without capacitive cross-talk affecting relays. The relays
have no mechanical parts, which provides very reliable application.
The CRP models are especially designed for connecting to 2-wire
sensors that generate leakage current. The CRP relays are blind to
leakage currents up to 3.5 mA.
Technical data
(Values at +25 °C)
PRIMARY CIRCUIT
Input voltage
nom.
Input voltage
max.
Power consumption
max.
Input impedance
typical
Activation voltage
typical
Drop-out voltage
typical
Drop-out current
typical
SECONDARY CIRCUIT
Load voltage
max.
Voltage drop at max. load
typical
Load current
max.
Activation time
typical
Drop-out time
typical
Operating temperature
*The socket is securely fitted to the relay.
SLI25CR
24 V AC
32 V AC
15 mA
2 kΩ
16 V AC
14 V AC
SLI120CR
120 V AC
140 V AC
7 mA
20 kΩ
80 V AC
60 V AC
SLI120CRP
120 V AC
140 V AC
8 mA
17 kΩ
80 V AC
60 V AC
3.5 mA
SLI230CR
230 V AC
265 V AC
6 mA
45 kΩ
170 V AC
110 V AC
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
20 ms
60 ms
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
50 ms
50 ms
0-60 V DC
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
50 mA
20 ms
50 ms
40 ms
50 ms
See table below
SLI230CRP
230 V AC
265 V AC
7.5 mA
35 kΩ
170 V AC
140 V AC
3.5 mA
SLI380CRS*
400 V AC
440 V AC
5 mA
80 kΩ
320 V AC
220 V AC
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
40 ms
40 ms
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
50 ms
50 ms
DimensionsConnections
MIS 1N
06339999
12,8
13( +)
38 (74 mm with relay)
13 14
A1( +/~)
14(-)
5 4
2
1
Control side
A2(-/~)
Field side
80,6
AC input module
Ambient temperature is defined as the temperature in direct proximity
to the relays. The surface temperature of the relay (measured at the
Ambient temperature
-25 °C to +40 °C
+40 °C to +55 °C
+55 °C to +70 °C
Applies to
All input relays
120 V AC and
230 V AC relays
Relays with voltages from
48-230 V AC
middle of the relay’s top surface) must be kept under 70-75 °C for a
long lifetime. Each 10 °C increase halves the lifetime of the relay.
Limitations
None
Only every other module should be constantly activated when the relays are
mounted beside one another.
If the modules are in the activated state the majority of the time, the modules must be
12.5 mm apart. On a mounting base, every other position must be empty.
Ordering guide
Part number
Description
Input
Output
SLI25CR
SLI120CR
SLI230CR
SLI120CRP
SLI230CRP
SLI380CRS
MIS1GN
JUMPER 16-13
Input relay
Input relay
Input relay
Input relay
Input relay
Input relay
Socket for input relays. Standard
Jumper bar for Delcon’s sockets, max.
24 V AC
120 V AC
230 V AC
120 V AC
230 V AC
400 V AC
0-60
0-60
0-60
0-60
0-60
0-60
16/bar.
V
V
V
V
V
V
Mounting
DC/50
DC/50
DC/50
DC/50
DC/50
DC/50
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
DIN rail
Interface Relays
Input relays for DC
•
•
•
•
Galvanic isolation 4 kV, 8 mm creep distance
Effective interference elimination
Compatible with NPN/PNP logic
LED indication
General description
than 1.5 km without capacitive cross-talk affecting relays. The
relays have no mechanical parts, which provides very reliable
application. If high frequencies occur from sensors for counting
inputs, for example, we recommend SLI24CRF.
The relays are used as an interface between DC sensors and
control systems. The integrated interference protection provides
reliable operation even in very demanding electrical environments.
Thanks to interference protection, signal cables can be run
alongside power cables on, for example, cable racks for more
Technical data
(Values at +25 °C)
PRIMARY CIRCUIT
Input voltage
Input voltage
Power consumption
Input impedance
Activation voltage
Drop-out voltage
SECONDARY CIRCUIT
Load voltage
Voltage drop at max. load
Load current
Activation time
Drop-out time
Operating temperature
nom.
max.
max.
typical
typical
typical
SLI12CR
12 V DC
18 V DC
7.5 mA
1.8 kΩ
7.5 V DC
6 V DC
SLI24CR
24 V DC
32 V DC
7 mA
4 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLI24CRF
24 V DC
32 V DC
8 mA
4 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLI48CR
48 V DC
70 V DC
7 mA
8 kΩ
36 V DC
26 V DC
max.
typical
max.
typical
typical
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
0.3 ms
0.5 ms
0-60 V DC
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
50 mA
5 µs
0.3 ms
20 µs
0.5 ms
-25 °C to +70 °C
SLI125CR
125 V DC
140 V DC
4.2 mA
31 kΩ
80 V DC
60 V DC
SLI250CR
250 V DC
265 V DC
4 mA
68 kΩ
170 V DC
110 V DC
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
0-60 V DC
0.2 V DC
50 mA
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
DimensionsConnections
MIS 1N
06339999
12,8
13( +)
38 (74 mm with relay)
13 14
14(-)
A1( +/~)
5 4
2
A2(-/~)
1
Control side
Field side
80,6
Ordering guide
Part number
Description
SLI12CR
Input relay
SLI24CR
Input relay
SLI24CRF
Input relay, high frequency 10 kHz.
SLI48CR
Input relay
SLI125CR
Input relay
SLI250CR
Input relay
MIS1GN
Socket for input relays. Standard
JUMPER 16-13
Jumper bar for Delcon’s sockets, max.
N/C relays also available upon request.
Input
12 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
48 V DC
125 V DC
250 V DC
Output
0-60 V DC/50
0-60 V DC/50
0-60 V DC/50
0-60 V DC/50
0-60 V DC/50
0-60 V DC/50
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
mA
Mounting
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
DIN rail
16/bar.
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Interface Relays
Input relays for AC
•
•
•
•
Galvanic isolation 4 kV, 8 mm creep distance
3 A inductive or resistive load
Effective interference elimination
LED indication
General description
The relays are used as an interface between control systems and
AC loads. The relays can handle inductive loads without load
current reduction, which makes them very suitable for connection
to, for example, solenoid valves and contactors. The relays have
no mechanical parts, which means very reliable application. The
integrated interference protection provides reliable operation even
in very demanding electrical environments. Thanks to interference
protection, signal cables can be run alongside power cables on,
for example, cable racks for more than 1.5 km without capacitive
cross-talk affecting relays. The SLOP models are especially
designed for connection to 2-wire sensors that produce leakage
current. The relays are blind to leakage currents up to 3.0 mA. For
forward/reverse control of AC motors, the SLO24TRA is used. The
relay has a higher operating voltage and withstands regenerated
voltages from motors.
Technical data
(Values at +25 °C)
PRIMARY CIRCUIT
Input voltage
Input voltage
Power consumption
Input impedance
Activation voltage
Drop-out voltage
Drop-out current
SECONDARY CIRCUIT
Load voltage
Voltage drop at max. load
Load current
Peak current, max. 20 ms
Leakage current
Activation time
Drop-out time
Operating temperature
nom.
max.
max.
typical
typical
typical
SLO5TR
5 V DC
7 V DC
17 mA
0.3 kΩ
2.7 V DC
2.5 V DC
SLO24TR
24 V DC
32 V DC
17 mA
1.6 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLO24IRA
24 V DC
32 V DC
15 mA
2 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLOP120TR
120 V AC
140 V AC
6 mA
24 kΩ
80 V AC
65 V AC
3 mA
SLOP230TR
230 V AC
265 V AC
6 mA
46 kΩ
170 V AC
110 V AC
3 mA
SLO24TRA
24 V DC
32 V DC
17 mA
1.4 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
max.
0-265 V AC
0-265 V AC
0-265 V AC
0-300 V DC
0-265 V AC
0-265 V AC
typical
max.
1V
3A
90 A
2 mA
0.5 ms
11 ms
1V
3A
90 A
50 µA
0.5 ms
11 ms
1.5 V
1V
1.2 A
3A
8A
90 A
50 µA
2 mA
0.3 ms
10 ms
0.3 ms
20 ms
See the technical information.
0-265 V AC
motor loads
0-460 V AC
static loads
1V
2.5 A
65 A
50 µA
0.5 ms
11 ms
typical
typical
typical
1V
1.5 A
90 A
2 mA
10 ms
20 ms
DimensionsConnections
MOS 1N
06339999
12,8
A1(+)
38 (74 mm with relay)
13 14
13(+/~)
A2(-)
14(-/~)
4
3
2
1
Control side
Field side
80,6
Ordering guide
Part number
SLO5TR
SLO24TR
SLO24IRA
Description
Output relay
Output relay
Output relay
Input
5 V DC
24 V DC
24 V DC
SLOP120TR
SLOP230TR
SLO24TRA
Output relay
Output relay
Output relay
120 V AC
230 V AC
24 V DC
MOS1GN
JUMPER 16-13
Socket for output relays. Standard
Jumper bar for Delcon’s sockets, 16 way strip.
Output
0-265 V AC/3 A
0-265 V AC/3 A
0-300 DC or 0-265 V
AC/1.2 A
0-265 V AC/3 A
0-265 V AC/1.5 A
0-265 V AC Motor load
0-460 V AC Static load
Mounting
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Din rail
Interface Relays
Input relays for DC
•
•
•
•
Galvanic isolation 4 kV, 8 mm creep distance
Effective interference elimination
Compatible with NPN/PNP logic
LED indication
General description
The relays are used as interfaces between control systems and
DC loads. The relays handle inductive loads and high DC voltages
with low load reduction compared to mechanical relays, which
provide a long lifetime. If a diode is mounted across a load,
such as 1N4007, the nominal current applies, even with high
inductive loads. (Keep in mind that the drop-out time increases
when mounting a diode.) The relays have no mechanical parts,
which means very reliable application. The integrated interference
protection provides reliable operation even in very demanding
electrical environments. Thanks to interference protection, signal
cables can be run alongside power cables on, for example, cable
racks for more than 1.5 km without capacitive cross-talk affecting
relays.
Technical data
(Values at +25 °C)
PRIMARY CIRCUIT
Input voltage
nom.
Input voltage
max.
Power consumption
max.
Input impedance
typical
Activation voltage
typical
Drop-out voltage
typical
SECONDARY CIRCUIT
Load voltage
max.
Voltage drop at
typical
max. load
Load current
max.
Peak current
max. 10 ms
Activation time
typical
Drop-out time
typical
Operating temperature
SLO5CR
5 V DC
15 V DC
15 mA
420 kΩ
2.7 V DC
2.5 V DC
SLO24CR
24 V DC
32 V DC
15 mA
2 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLO24CRA
24 V DC
32 V DC
15 mA
2 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLO24CRA4
24 V DC
32 V DC
15 mA
2 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLO24CRX
24 V DC
32 V DC
15 mA
2 kΩ
16 V DC
14 V DC
SLO120CRA
120 V DC
140 V DC
4 mA
34 kΩ
80 V DC
60 V DC
SLO120CRA4
120 V DC
140 V DC
4 mA
34 kΩ
80 V DC
60 V DC
SLO220CRA
220 V DC
250 V DC
4 mA
63 kΩ
170 V DC
120 V DC
SLO220CRA4
220 V DC
250 V DC
4 mA
63 kΩ
170 V DC
120 V DC
0-60 V DC 0-60 V DC 0-300 V DC 0-300 V DC
0.5 V DC 0.5 V DC 1.5 V DC
0.8 V DC
0-32 V DC
0.4 V DC
0-300 V DC
1.5 V DC
0-300 V DC
0.8 V DC
0-300 V DC
1.5 V DC
0-300 V DC
0.8 V DC
3A
3A
1.8 A
4A
10 A
1.8 A
4A
1.8 A
4A
15 A
15 A
12 A
20 A
80 A
12 A
20 A
12 A
20 A
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
0.3 ms
0.3 ms
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
See the general technical information.
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
0.5 ms
13 14
MOS 1N
06339999
38 (74 mm with relay)
DimensionsConnections
A1(+)
13(+/~)
A2(-)
14(-/~)
4
3
2
1
Control side
12,8
Field side
80,6
Ordering guide
Order number
Description
Input
Output
SLO5CR
Output relay
5 V DC
0-60 V DC/3 A
SLO24CR
Output relay
24 V DC
0-60 V DC/3 A
SLO24CRA4
Output relay
24 V DC
0-300 V DC/4 A
SLO24CRA
Output relay
24 V DC
0-300 V DC/1.8 A
SLO24CRX*
Output relay
24 V DC
0-32 V DC/10 A
SLO120CRA
Output relay
120 V DC
0-300 V DC/1.8 A
SLO120CRA4
Output relay
120 V DC
0-300 V DC/4 A
SLO220CRA
Output relay
120 V DC
0-300 V DC/1.8 A
SLO220CRA4
Output relay
220 V DC
0-300 V DC/4 A
MOS1GN
Socket for output relays. Standard
JUMPER 16-13
Jumper bar for Delcon’s sockets, max. 16/bar.
* For mounting in socket MOS1GN or MBS16, 6.3 A applies. For solder connection in socket 10A order no. SLO24CRXS.
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Mounting
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
Plug-in
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Interface Relays
Delcon’s unique interface relays
Field of application
Delcon’s interface relays are designed to withstand tough
industrial environments. Reliable activation and drop out, very high
interference immunity, 4 kV isolation and high load currents provide
a maintenance-free process with low service costs and reliable
operation. Lifetime is estimated at up to 20 years, depending on
the type.
Interference
Suppression
Interference
Suppression
Puls
transformer
Hysteresis
I
Hysteresis
Puls
transformer
Puls
transformer
Hysteresis
Output
Interference
circuit
Protection
Hysteresis
Output
circuit
Protection
Transient & High Frequency Suppression
The relays have integrated protection against transients and
EMI
can occur on the primary side.
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Interference
Suppression
Hysteresis
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InterferenceOutput
Suppressioncircuit
Puls
transformer
Hysteresis
Protection
Puls
transformer
Switching Points & Hysteresis
The relays have defined activation and drop-out points.
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Uvoltage and drop
Puls at 2/3 of the
U
Output
Activation occurs
nominal
Hysteresis
Protection
transformer
circuit
out occurs
at 1/2 of the nominal
voltage. Current hysteresis
entails that the relay’s impedance is changed at the
activation
point; less current is required to hold the relay
I
U
in the activated position. The two functions above ensure
a hysteresis between the activation and drop-out point.
Activation and drop out are always reliably conducted, even
in environments with high interference.
The diagram shows the change-over levels/hysteresis for Delcon’s
interface relays compared with mechanical relays and optocouplers.
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Of f
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Protection
Puls
transformer
Output
circuit
Protection
Pulse transformer
Delcon uses a pulse transformer for
transmission of the signal from the primary
to secondary side, resulting in high energy
transfer. This permits the
use of heavy duty output components of high quality.
In comparison with an optocoupler, which utilises the load side
for supply to the internal electronics, the pulse transformer and
Delcon’s circuit solution offer many benefits:
• Creep distance of 8 mm
• 4 kV isolation
• Very low leakage current
• No demand for min. load
• High immunity to load transients
• High load currents
• High dV/dt values
Output
circuit
Protection
Solid State Switch & Protection
Components
AC output
TRIAC output semi-conductor. Thanks to the
pulse transformer’s strong signal transmission,
TRIACs can be used that are less sensitive to
rapid load voltage (dV/dt) rise/fall times. Sensitive TRIACs can be
activated by rapid voltage changes. This problem is eliminated with
Delcon’s interface relays. The SLO24TR standard relay has very low
leakage current (0.05 mA) and has varistor protection against load
transients. Other AC relays have varistors and RC protection on the
secondary side. No minimum load is required and all modules have
a wide voltage range. The relays can handle resistive and inductive
loads without load currents needing to be reduced.
DC output
Power MOSFET output semi-conductor.
Available for load currents up to 10A in the
same compact casing. Transient protection is
provided by a zener diode or varistor, which
entails that there is no leakage current. Low
reduction of load current for inductive loads
compared with mechanical relays.
Voltage /current - signal diagram
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Suppression
Capacitive Suppression
When power cables with AC voltage are installed alongside
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aUcapacitance occurs between the cables.
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This capacitance creates an undesired current in the signal
cable that can affect optocouplers/mechanical relays so that they
are activated or do not disconnect when the control signal ceases.
Delcon’s relays have integrated protection that prevents capacitive
cross-talk from incorrectly activating relays. Installation of power
cables beside unshielded signal cables for long distances (>1.5 km)
is therefore feasible.
Interference
Suppression
Interference protection
Delcon’s interface relays have interference protection in several
layers that effectively prevent false signals from affecting the relays.
Only actual control signals pass through the filter.
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Operating temperature output modules
The permitted load is linearly reduced to 1/3 from +30 °C to
+70 °C ambient temperature (the ambient temperature must be
measured immediately adjoining the relays). When the output
modules are mounted close together, the maximum load should
not be more than 50 percent for an extended period. In other
words, all modules constant to and including 50 % load,or half of
the modules with 100 % load or all with 100 % load half the time.
This provides maximum lifetime. If there is a 12.5 mm gap between
the modules, these restrictions do not apply. AC output relays
with AC control circuits (SLOA120TR, SLOP120TR, SLOA230TR,
SLOP230TR) are to be installed with the same method as for the
AC input relays, in addition to what is described above. This is
done to achieve optimal heat dissipation. Also note the reduction
diagram below.
24 V DC applications with high inductive loads
If the load is strongly inductive, we recommend the use of transient
protection along with SLO24CR.
If transient protection cannot be fitted, we recommend
SLO24CRA/SLO24CRA4, which have an operating voltage of up
to 300 V DC. The relay has higher immunity to high-energy load
transients. For inductive DC loads, the maximum nominal current
is reduced.
For more information about maximum current for inductive DC
loads, contact OEM Automatic’s Panel Components business area
or go to Delcon’s website: www.delcon.fi
Colour coding
Input
l Input relays for AC voltage
❍ Input relays for DC voltage
l Input relays for AC voltage, 2-wire sensors (leakage currents)
Output
l Output relays for AC voltage
l Output relays for DC voltage
Marking of Delcon interface modules
There are two types of relay markings. Alt. 1. The marking holder is
mounted on the relay’s clip bracket. Up to four marking digits can
be applied to the holder. Alt. 2. Label for mounting on the marking
holder or directly on the relay’s clip bracket. TheAlt.
label
1 can be
printed or marked with, for example, DYMO embossing tape.
Approval
CE, cULus listed (file no.: E162 828)
Application tips NPN/PNP
All input relays can be connected both for NPN and PNP logic.
Input relays connected with long unscreened signal cables
When power cables are installed beside signal cables for long
distances, the CR type must be used.
Connection of 2-wire sensors with leakage current
If 2-wire sensors or other equipment that generates leakage
current is to be connected to the interface relays, we recommend
use of the following relays:
Alt. 2
Input relay
SLI120CRP or SLI230CRP.
Output relay
SLOP120TR or SLOP230TR.
Forward/reverse operation with motors
Delcon’s standard relays (e.g., SLO24TR) should not be used for
forward/reverse operation of single-phase or three-phase motors.
Doing so entails risk for the returned voltage damaging the relays.
For forward/reverse or static control of AC motors, SLO24TRA is
to be used. This relay is especially designed for controlling motor
operation and has a higher maximum voltage compared to the
standard relays. For forward/reverse control of DC motors, we
recommend LPS24.
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Interface Relays
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Weidmuller, USA | 800.849.9343 | info@weidmuller.com
Weidmuller, Canada | 800.268.4080 | info1@weidmuller.ca
Weidmuller, Mexico | 01.222.2686267 | clientes@weidmuller.com.mx