Datasheet

NEW Series SSH
Output to 75A, 510 Vac with Diagnostics
High Industrial Performance (HIPpak) Solid-State Relays
FEATURES/BENEFITS
• Zero-cross models with system diagnostics
• Very low zero-cross turn-on voltage
• Input and output protection and control LED standard
• IP20 protection by flaps on terminals
• With double removable input connectors; spring terminals
• Designed in conformity with EN60947-4-3 (IEC947-4-3)
and EN60950/VDE0805 (Reinforced Insulation)
Load
Voltage
Load
Current
Control
Voltage
Switch
Type
SSH24D35
50-265 Vac
35A
7-30 Vdc
Zero Cross
SSH24D50
24-265 Vac
50A
7-30 Vdc
Zero Cross
SSH48D50
24-510 Vac
50A
7-30 Vdc
Zero Cross
SSH48D75
24-510 Vac
75A
7-30 Vdc
Zero Cross
Part No.
Two removable
input connectors
with spring
Grey: Control
Orange: Status
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
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TYPICAL APPLICATION
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CONTROL CHARACTERISTICS
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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
(+25°C ambient temperature unless otherwise specified)
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INPUT (CONTROL) SPECIFICATIONS
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Input Current Range
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Must Turn-Off Voltage
Reverse Voltage Protection
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Input Resistor (Typ)
Min
Max
Units
4
28
mA
3.0
Vdc
30
V
1000
Ω
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NEW Series SSH
Output to 75A, 510 Vac with Diagnostics
High Industrial Performance (HIPpak) Solid-State Relays
OUTPUT (LOAD) SPECIFICATIONS
Min
Max
Conducted Immunity Level
Units
Peak Voltage
SSH24DXX
600
Vpeak
SSH48DXX
1200
Vpeak
IEC/EN61000-4-4 (bursts)
2kV criterion A
IEC/EN61000-4-5 (bursts)
2kV criterion A
with external VDR
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
(+25°C ambient temperature unless otherwise specified)
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Load Currrent Range (Resistive)
35 output current
.005
40
Arms
50 output current
.005
60
Arms
75 output current
.005
90
Arms
Min
Max
Units
Operating Temperature
–40
+100
°C
Storage Temperature
–40
+100
°C
Ambient Humidity
Maximum Surge Current Rating (Non-Repetitive)
85
%
Input-Output Isolation
4000
Vrms
35 output current
500
A
Output-Case Isolation
4000
Vrms
50 output current
720
A
Output-Status Isolation
2500
Vrms
75 output current
1200
A
Input-Status Isolation
2500
Vrms
Insulation Resistance
@500Vdc
1000
MΩ
0.9
V
Output Power Dissipation (Max)
35 output current
0.9x0.9xI + 0.015xI2
W
50 output current
0.9x0.9xI + 0.012xI2
W
75 output current
0.9x0.9xI + 0.0045xI2
W
Zero-Cross Window (Typical)
±12
Vac
5
mA
Turn-On Time (60 Hz)
8.3
ms
Turn-Off Time (60 Hz)
8.3
ms
Off-State dv/dt
500
V/µs
Maximum di/dt (Non-Repetitive)
50
A/µs
400
Hz
Off-State Leakage Current
Operating Frequency
0.1
Rated Impulse Voltage
4000
Protection Level (CEI529)
IP20
Vibration (10–55 Hz according to CE168) 1.5
Shock (according to CE168)
Housing Material
Baseplate
30/50
V
mm
g
PA6 UL94VO
Aluminum, nickel-plated
SURGE CURRENT
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I2t for fuse matching (<10ms)
35 output current
1250
As
50 output current
2500
A2s
75 output current
7200
2
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Figure 4b — 50A output current
Junction-Case Thermal Resistance
35 output current
0.6
°C/W
50 output current
0.45
°C/W
75 output current
0.4
°C/W
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Figure 4c — 75A output current
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STATUS OUTPUT ANSWER CHARACTERISTICS
THERMAL CURVES
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Units
32
V
Output Current
0.1
A
On Resistance
2
Ω
Open Delay (to1) (faults)
70
ms
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Total Open Delay (to2) (faults)
120
ms
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Close Main Delay (tc1) (tc2)
20
ms
Maximum Cable Length for Open Load
30
m
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Max
1
Voltage Range
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DIAGNOSTIC DESCRIPTION
Figure 5a — 35A output power
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Load
SSR
Output
LED
Output
Status
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Short-Circuit
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Figure 5b — 50A output power
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DIAGNOSTICS OVERVIEW
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Figure 5c — 75A output power
12°C/W corresponds to a relay without heat sink
6°C/W corresponds to a relay mounted on a DIN-rail adaptor
(Teledyne P/N DL12)
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• Output status is normally closed without failure on the relay and the
load. The output LED is normally ON:
• In case of failure on the load (open) or on the SSR (short-circuit condition):
- the status is open
- the output LED is switched OFF
Figure 7 — SSH relays
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Output to 75A, 510 Vac with Diagnostics
High Industrial Performance (HIPpak) Solid-State Relays
CONTROL WIRING
With double removeable input connector
Pluggable spring connector
Min AWG28
Max AWG14
Option clip
POWER WIRING
Number of Wires
1
Solid
(no ferrule)
Screwdriver
Type
2
Fine Stranded
(with ferrule)
Solid
(no ferrule)
Recommended
Torque
Fine Stranded
(with ferrule)
N.m
AWG16…AWG8
AWG16…AWG10
AWG16…AWG8
AWG16…AWG10
Pozidriv 2
1.2
OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS
Directly with wires,
with or without ferrules
With tips
(ring terminals)
Power with tips
Options
AWG6
16mm2
Fastons: Call us
AWG4
16mm2
W max = 13mm
AWG0
50mm2
for high current
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Output to 75A, 510 Vac with Diagnostics
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2–2.5°C/W
Teledyne P/N FW151
1.1°C/W
Teledyne P/N FW108
0.3°C/W
Teledyne P/N FW031
Mounting
HIPpak SSRs must be mounted on heat
sinks. A large range of heat sinks is
available. For heat-sink mounting, use
thermal grease or a thermal pad with high
conductibility specified by Teledyne.
DIN Rail Adapter
Teledyne P/N DL12
Thermal Pad
Teledyne P/N –12
Typical Loads
SHH relays with zero-cross turn-on are designed for most types of loads.
Our data sheet lists the AC-51 current value corresponding to resistive loads.
For other loads, check the inrush current at turn ON and possible overvoltages at turn OFF:
• AC-55b — Incandescent lamps. Inrush current is generally 10 times In during few 10ms.
• AC-55a — Electric discharge lamp. These loads often have overcurrent at turn ON and overvoltage at turn OFF, so use 400VAC
SSR on 230VAC mains.
• AC-58 — One-pole motors. These loads often have overcurrent at turn ON and overvoltage at turn OFF, so use 400VAC SSR on
230VAC mains and adapt the SSR current to the starting current of the motor.
• AC-53 — Three-phase motors. 2 or 3 SH zero-cross relays can drive these motors, but generally use E3P/E3PT or other threephase relays or SH random range.
• AC-56a — Transformer loads. Very high inrush current up to 100 times In. Use SH random relay or peak control SSR.
• AC-56b — Capacitor loads with very high current at turn ON and overvoltage at turn OFF. Our high-voltage relays are well adapted
for high inrush current.
Protection
• To protect the SSR against a short-circuit of the load, use a fuse with a I2t value = 1/2 I2t value specified.
EMC
Immunity:
• Our data sheets list the immunity level of our SSRs according to the main standards for these of products: IEC/EN61000-4-4 and
IEC/EN61000-4-5. You can compare the high immunity level with other products on the market.
Emission:
• Teledyne SSRs are designed in compliance with standards for class A equipment (Industry).
• Use of this product in domestic environments may cause radio interference. In this case the user may be required to employ
additional devices to reduce noise. SSRs are complex devices that must be interconnected with other equipment (loads, cables,
etc.) to form a system. Because the other equipment or interconnections may not be under Teledyne’s control, it shall be the
responsibility of the system integrator to ensure that systems containing SSRs comply with the requirement of any rules and
regulations applicable at the system level.
• The very low zero-cross voltage of SSH relays (<12 volts) improved the conducted emission level in comparison with most SSRs
on the market with zero-cross voltage often higher than 50 volts.
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