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Switch Mode Power Supply
S8VM (15/30/50/100/150/300/600/1,500-W Models)
CSM_S8VM_DS_E_12_7
Power Supply Featuring OMRON’s Unique, New Undervoltage Alarm Function with
Compact Body Contributing to Machine Downsizing
• New undervoltage alarm function assists in determining causes of errors (S8VM-@@@24A@/P@ only).
• Power failure alarm function provides notification of output voltage errors (300-, 600-, and 1,500-W models only).
• Broad range of possibilities with 8 capacities and 29 models to choose from.
• RoHS-compliant
• New, attentive design prevents screws from falling out of terminal block (except for output terminals of 300-, 600-, and 1,500-W models).
• Finger protection prevents electric shock.
• DIN Rail mounting.
• Safety standards: UL508/60950-1, CSA C22.2 No. 14/No. 60950-1, EN50178, EN60950-1 (The 300-, 600-, and 1,500-W models
will not conform to safety standards if the customer replaces the fan.)
• Conforms to SEMI F47-0200 (when 200-V input is used).
• Harmonic current emissions: Conforms to EN61000-3-2 (except for 15- and 30-W models).
For the most recent information on models that have been certified for
safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
! Refer to Safety Precautions for All Power Supplies and Safety Precautions on page 34.
Model Number Structure
■ Model Number Legend
Note: Not all combinations are possible. Refer to List of Models in Ordering Information on page 2.
S8VM- @@@@@@@
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1. Power Ratings
015:
15 W
030:
30 W
050:
50 W
100: 100 W
150: 150 W
300: 300 W
600: 600 W
152: 1,500 W
2. Output Voltage
05: 5 V
12: 12 V
15: 15 V
24: 24 V
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3 4
3. Configuration/Functions
None: Open-frame type Standard type
C:
Covered type
Standard type
A:
Covered type
Undervoltage alarm type
(Sinking (emitter COM))
(See note 2.)
P:
Covered type
Undervoltage alarm type
(Sourcing (collector COM))
(See note 2.)
4. Configuration
None: Bottom mounting type (See note 3.)
D:
DIN Rail mounting bracket type
Note: 1. A forced-air cooling method with a fan is used with 300-, 600-, and 1,500-W models.
2. The housing and terminal of the connector for the undervoltage alarm output are provided with the S8VM-05024A@/P@, S8VM10024A@/P@ and S8VM-15024A@/P@.
3. Bottom mounting models cannot be used for front mounting. For a front mounting configuration, use a DIN Rail Mounting Bracket model
or Mounting Brackets (sold separately).
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S8VM
Ordering Information
■ List of Models
Note: For details on normal stock models, contact your nearest OMRON representative.
Covered type
Configuration
DIN Rail mounting bracket
Power ratings
15 W
30 W
50 W
100 W
150 W
Bottom mounting
(The 300-, 600-, and 1,500-W
models use a forced cooling
method with built-in fans.)
15 W
30 W
50 W
100 W
150 W
300 W
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
Output voltage
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
600 W
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
1,500 W
24 V
Output current
3A
1.3 A
1A
0.65 A
6A
2.5 A
2A
1.3 A
10 A
4.3 A
3.5 A
2.2 A
20 A
8.5 A
7A
4.5 A
27 A
12.5 A
10 A
6.5 A
3A
1.3 A
1A
0.65 A
6A
2.5 A
2A
1.3 A
10 A
4.3 A
3.5 A
2.2 A
20 A
8.5 A
7A
4.5 A
27 A
12.5 A
10 A
6.5 A
60 A
27 A
22 A
14 A
Peak current:
16.5 A (200 VAC)
120 A
53 A
43 A
27 A
Peak current:
31 A (200 VAC)
65 A (100 VAC)
70 A (200 VAC)
Peak current:
105 A (200 VAC)
Model
S8VM-01505CD
S8VM-01512CD
S8VM-01515CD
S8VM-01524CD
S8VM-03005CD
S8VM-03012CD
S8VM-03015CD
S8VM-03024CD
S8VM-05005CD
S8VM-05012CD
S8VM-05015CD
S8VM-05024CD
S8VM-10005CD
S8VM-10012CD
S8VM-10015CD
S8VM-10024CD
S8VM-15005CD (See note 1.)
S8VM-15012CD
S8VM-15015CD
S8VM-15024CD
S8VM-01505C
S8VM-01512C
S8VM-01515C
S8VM-01524C
S8VM-03005C
S8VM-03012C
S8VM-03015C
S8VM-03024C
S8VM-05005C
S8VM-05012C
S8VM-05015C
S8VM-05024C
S8VM-10005C
S8VM-10012C
S8VM-10015C
S8VM-10024C
S8VM-15005C (See note 1.)
S8VM-15012C
S8VM-15015C
S8VM-15024C
S8VM-30005C
S8VM-30012C
S8VM-30015C
S8VM-30024C
S8VM-60005C
S8VM-60012C
S8VM-60015C
S8VM-60024C
S8VM-15224C (See note 2.)
The output capacity of the S8VM-15005@@ is 135 W.
M8 bolts and nuts for the output terminals are not included with the S8VM-15224C.
To perform front mounting using the bottom mounting models, use the Mounting Brackets (S82Y-VM@@F, sold separately).
The input voltage is 100 to 240 VAC for all models.
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S8VM
Undervoltage Alarm Function Model with Cover
Configuration
DIN Rail mounting bracket
Bottom mounting
Power ratings
15 W
30 W
50 W
Output voltage
24 V
Output current
0.65 A
1.3 A
2.2 A
100 W
4.5 A
150 W
6.5 A
15 W
30 W
50 W
24 V
0.65 A
1.3 A
2.2 A
100 W
4.5 A
150 W
6.5 A
Undervoltage alarm model
----Sinking
Sourcing
Sinking
Sourcing
Sinking
Sourcing
----Sinking
Sourcing
Sinking
Sourcing
Sinking
Sourcing
Model
S8VM-01524AD
S8VM-03024AD
S8VM-05024AD
S8VM-05024PD
S8VM-10024AD
S8VM-10024PD
S8VM-15024AD
S8VM-15024PD
S8VM-01524A
S8VM-03024A
S8VM-05024A
S8VM-05024P
S8VM-10024A
S8VM-10024P
S8VM-15024A
S8VM-15024P
Note: 1. To perform front mounting using the bottom mounting models, use the Mounting Brackets (S82Y-VM@@F, sold separately).
2. The input voltage is 100 to 240 VAC for all models.
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S8VM
Open-frame type
Configuration
DIN Rail mounting bracket
Power ratings
15 W
30 W
50 W
100 W
150 W
Bottom mounting
15 W
30 W
50 W
100 W
150 W
Output voltage
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
Output current
3A
1.3 A
1A
0.65 A
6A
2.5 A
2A
1.3 A
10 A
4.3 A
3.5 A
2.2 A
20 A
8.5 A
7A
4.5 A
27 A
12.5 A
10 A
6.5 A
3A
1.3 A
1A
0.65 A
6A
2.5 A
2A
1.3 A
10 A
4.3 A
3.5 A
2.2 A
20 A
8.5 A
7A
4.5 A
27 A
12.5 A
10 A
6.5 A
Model
S8VM-01505D
S8VM-01512D
S8VM-01515D
S8VM-01524D
S8VM-03005D
S8VM-03012D
S8VM-03015D
S8VM-03024D
S8VM-05005D
S8VM-05012D
S8VM-05015D
S8VM-05024D
S8VM-10005D
S8VM-10012D
S8VM-10015D
S8VM-10024D
S8VM-15005D (See note 1.)
S8VM-15012D
S8VM-15015D
S8VM-15024D
S8VM-01505
S8VM-01512
S8VM-01515
S8VM-01524
S8VM-03005
S8VM-03012
S8VM-03015
S8VM-03024
S8VM-05005
S8VM-05012
S8VM-05015
S8VM-05024
S8VM-10005
S8VM-10012
S8VM-10015
S8VM-10024
S8VM-15005 (See note 1.)
S8VM-15012
S8VM-15015
S8VM-15024
Note: 1. The output capacity of the S8VM-15005@@ is 135 W.
2. To perform front mounting using the bottom mounting models, use the Mounting Brackets (S82Y-VM@@F, sold separately).
3. The input voltage is 100 to 240 VAC for all models.
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S8VM
Specifications
■ Ratings/Characteristics
Item
Efficiency
Input
Output
Power rating
5-V models
12-V models
15-V models
24-V models
Voltage (See note 1.)
Frequency (See note 1.)
Current
100-V input
200-V input
Power factor
100-V input
200-V input
Harmonic current emissions
Leakage
100-V input
current
200-V input
Inrush current 100-V input
(See note 2.)
200-V input
Voltage adjustment range (See note 3.)
Ripple
Input variation influence
Load variation influence (rated input
voltage)
Temperature variation influence
Startup time (See note 2.)
Hold time (See note 2.)
Additional Overload protection (See note 2.)
functions
Overvoltage protection (See note 2.)
Undervoltage alarm indication
Undervoltage alarm output
Other
Series operation
Parallel operation
Remote sensing function
Ambient operating temperature
Storage temperature
Ambient operating humidity
Dielectric strength
Insulation resistance
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Output indicator
EMI
Conducted Emission
Radiated Emission
EMS
Approved
UL
standards
cUL
cUR
EN/TÜV
SEMI
Weight (See note 7.)
15 W
30 W
50 W
100 W
75% min.
75% min.
80% min.
81% min.
78% min.
79% min.
79% min.
81% min.
78% min.
79% min.
79% min.
81% min.
80% min.
81% min.
80% min.
82% min.
100 to 240 VAC (85 to 265 VAC)
50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz)
0.5 A max.
0.9 A max.
0.8 A max.
1.4 A max.
0.25 A max.
0.45 A max.
0.4 A max.
0.7 A max.
--0.98 min.
--0.94 min.
--Conforms to EN 61000-3-2
0.4 mA max. (at rated output)
0.75 mA max. (at rated output)
17.5 A max. (for cold start at 25°C)
35 A max. (for cold start at 25°C)
−20% to 20% (with V. ADJ) (S8VM-@@@24A@/P@: −10% to 20%)
3.2% (p-p) max. (5 V),
3.2% (p-p) max. (5 V),
1.5% (p-p) max. (12 V),
1.5% (p-p) max. (12 V),
1.2% (p-p) max. (15 V),
1.2% (p-p) max. (15 V),
0.75% (p-p) max. (24 V),
1.0% (p-p) max. (24 V),
(at rated input/output voltage)
(at rated input/output voltage)
0.4% max. (at 85 to 265 VAC input, 100%)
0.8% max. (with rated input, 0 to 100% load)
150 W
81% min.
81% min.
81% min.
83% min.
2.0 A max.
1.0 A max.
0.02%/°C max.
1,100 ms max. (at rated input/output voltage) 800 ms max. (at rated input/output voltage)
20 ms typ. (15 ms min.) (at rated input/output voltage)
105% to 160% of rated load current, voltage 105% to 160% of rated load current,
drop, intermittent, automatic reset
voltage drop (12 V, 15 V, and 24 V),
voltage drop, intermittent (5 V), automatic reset
Yes (See note 4.)
Yes (color: Yellow (DC LOW1), red (DC LOW2)) (S8VM-@@@24A@/P@ only)
No
Yes (S8VM-@@@24A@/P@ only)
(Transistor output), 30 VDC max., 50 mA max. (See note 8.)
Yes for up to 2 Power Supplies (with external diode)
No (However, backup operation is possible. An external diode is required.)
No
Yes
Refer to the derating curve in Engineering Data (15-W, 30-W, 50-W, 100-W, 150-W Models). (with no icing or condensation) (See note 2.)
−25 to 65°C
30% to 85% (Storage humidity: 25% to 90%)
3.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all inputs and outputs; detection current: 20 mA)
2.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all inputs and PE/FG terminals; detection current: 20 mA)
500 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs and PE/FG terminals; detection current: 100 mA)
500 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs (except the detection output terminals) and detection output terminals; detection current: 20 mA) (S8VM-@@@24A@/P@ only)
100 MΩ min. (between all outputs and all inputs, PE/FG terminals) at 500 VDC
10 to 55 Hz, 0.375-mm single amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions
150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, ±Z directions
Yes (color: Green)
Conforms to EN55011 Group1 Class B and based on FCC Class B (See note 5.)
Conforms to EN55011 Group1 Class B (See note 6.)
Conforms to EN61204-3 High severity levels
UL508 (Listing), UL60950-1
CSA C22.2 No.14
CSA No. 60950-1
EN50178, EN60950-1
SELV (EN60950-1)
According to VDE0160/P100
SEMI F47-0200 (200 VAC input)
180 g max.
220 g max.
290 g max.
460 g max.
530 g max.
Note: 1. Do not use an Inverter output for the Power Supply. Inverters with an output frequency of 50/60 Hz are available, but the rise in the internal temperature of the Power
Supply may result in ignition or burning.
2. Refer to Engineering Data (15-W, 30-W, 50-W, 100-W, 150-W Models) on page 11 to 13 for details.
3. If the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ) is turned, the voltage will increase by more than +20% of the voltage adjustment range. If the adjuster is turned too far, it may
activate the overvoltage protection function and interrupt the output.
When adjusting the output voltage, confirm the actual output voltage from the Power Supply and be sure that the load is not damaged.
4. To reset the protection, turn OFF the input power for three minutes or longer and then turn it back ON.
5. Conducted emissions: The noise value is affected by factors such as the wiring method. The Power Supply conforms to Class B when the aluminum plate is laid under
the Power Supply. For 15-W models, insert a clamp filter (ZCAT2436-1330 by TDK: 50 Ω min. [50 to 500 MHz], or the equivalent) in the output wire to reduce noise.
6. Radiated emissions: The noise value is affected by factors such as the wiring method. The Power Supply conforms to Class B when the aluminum plate is laid under the
Power Supply. For 150-W models, insert a clamp filter (ZCAT2017-0930 by TDK: 35 Ω min. [50 to 500 MHz], or the equivalent) in the input wire to reduce noise.
7. The weight indicated is for bottom mounting, open-frame models.
8. A@: Sinking type (NPN)
P@: Sourcing type (PNP)
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S8VM
Item
Efficiency
Input
Output
Additional
functions
Other
Power rating
300 W
600 W
77% min.
77% min.
78% min.
79% min.
79% min.
80% min.
81% min.
81% min.
100 to 240 VAC (85 to 265 VAC)
50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz)
4.0 A max. (5 V)
8.0 A max. (5 V)
4.3 A max. (12 V, 15 V, and 24 V)
8.3 A max. (12 V, 15 V, and 24 V)
200-V input
2.0 A max. (5 V)
4.0 A max. (5 V)
2.2 A max. (12 V, 15 V, and 24 V)
4.2 A max. (12 V, 15 V, and 24 V)
Power factor
100-V input
0.98 min.
200-V input
0.94 min.
Harmonic current emissions
Conforms to EN61000-3-2
Leakage current 100-V input
0.4 mA max.
200-V input
0.75 mA max.
Inrush current
100-V input
20 A max. (for cold start at 25°C)
(See note 2.)
200-V input
40 A max. (for cold start at 25°C)
Voltage adjustment range (See note 3.)
−20% to 20% (with V. ADJ)
Ripple
3.8% (p-p) max. (5 V), 2.0% (p-p) max. (12 V), 2.0% (p-p) max. (15 V),
1.25% (p-p) max. (24 V), (at rated input/output voltage)
Input variation influence
0.4% max. (at 85 to 265 VAC input, 100%)
Load variation influence (rated input voltage) 0.6% max. (with rated input, 0 to 100% load)
Temperature variation influence
0.02%/°C max.
Startup time (See note 2.)
1,000 ms max. (at rated input/output voltage)
Hold time (See note 2.)
20 ms typ. (15 ms min.) (at rated input/output voltage)
Overload protection (See note 2.)
105% to 160% of rated load current (5 V, 12 V, and 15 V), 120% to 160% of rated
load current (S8VM-30024C), 115% to 160% of rated load current (S8VM60024C), voltage drop (12 V, 15 V, and 24 V), voltage drop, intermittent (5 V), automatic reset
Overvoltage protection (See note 2.)
Yes (See note 4.)
Overheat protection (See note 2.)
Yes (See note 4.)
Undervoltage alarm indication
No
Undervoltage alarm output
No
Power failure alarm indication
Yes (color: Red)
Power failure alarm output
Yes (Transistor output), 30 VDC max., 50 mA max.
Series operation
Yes for up to 2 Power Supplies (with external diode)
5-V models
12-V models
15-V models
24-V models
Voltage (See note 1.)
Frequency (See note 1.)
Current
100-V input
Parallel operation
Remote sensing function
Remote control function
Ambient operating temperature
Storage temperature
Ambient operating humidity
Dielectric strength
Insulation resistance
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Output indicator
EMI
Conducted Emission
Radiated Emission
EMS
Approved
standards
(See note 8.)
UL
cUR
cUR
EN/TÜV
SEMI
Weight
1,500 W
------82% min.
100 to 240 VAC (85 to 265 VAC)
20.0 A max.
11.0 A max.
0.97 min.
0.93 min.
1.5 mA max.
1.5 mA max.
1.25% (p-p) max. (See note 7.),
(at rated input/output voltage)
105% to 160% of rated load current (100 VAC),
155% to 200% of rated load current (200 VAC),
voltage drop, automatic reset (Turns OFF
when continuous for 5 s min.) (See note 4.)
Yes (up to 2 units)
Yes
Yes
Refer to the derating curve in Engineering Data (300-W, 600-W, 1,500-W Models). (with no icing or condensation) (See note 2.)
−25 to 65°C
30% to 85% (Storage humidity: 25% to 90%)
3.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all inputs and outputs; detection current: 20 mA)
3.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all inputs and
2.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all inputs and PE terminals; detection current: 20 outputs; detection current: 20 mA)
mA)
2.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all inputs and FG
500 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs and PE terminals; detection current: 100 terminals; detection current: 20 mA)
mA)
500 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs and
100 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs and RC terminals; detection current: 100 FG terminals; detection current: 300 mA)
mA)
100 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs and
500 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs and PF terminals; detection current: 20 RC terminals; detection current: 100 mA)
mA)
500 VAC for 1 min. (between all outputs and
PF terminals; detection current: 20 mA)
100 MΩ min. (between all outputs and all inputs, PE terminals) at 500 VDC
100 MΩ min. (between all outputs and all inputs, FG terminals) at 500 VDC
10 to 55 Hz, 0.375-mm single amplitude for 2 hours each in X, Y, and Z directions 10 to 55 Hz, 0.15-mm single amplitude for 2
hours each in X, Y, and Z directions
150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, ±Z directions
Yes (color: Green)
Conforms to EN55011 Group1 Class B and based on FCC Class B
(See note 5.)
Conforms to EN55011 Group1 Class B (See note 5.)
Conforms to EN61204-3 High severity levels
UL508 (Recognition) (5 V, 12 V, and 15 V) UL508 (Listing) (24 V), UL60950-1
CSA C22.2 No.14 (24 V)
CSA No. 60950-1
EN50178, EN60950-1
SELVE (EN60950-1)
SEMI F47-0200 (200-VAC input)
1,100 g max.
1,700 g max.
Conforms to EN55011 Group1 Class A and
based on FCC Class A (See note 6.)
Conforms to EN55011 Group1 Class A (See
note 6.)
UL508, UL60950-1
CSA C22.2 No.14, CSA No. 60950-1
EN50178, EN60950-1
SELVE (EN60950-1)
3,800 g max.
Note: 1. Do not use an Inverter output for the Power Supply. Inverters with an output frequency of 50/60 Hz are available, but the rise in the internal temperature of
the Power Supply may result in ignition or burning.
2. Refer to Engineering Data (300-W, 600-W, 1,500-W Models) on page 17 to 19 for details.
3. If the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ) is turned, the voltage will increase by more than +20% of the voltage adjustment range. If the adjuster is turned too far,
it may activate the overvoltage protection function and interrupt the output. When adjusting the output voltage, confirm the actual output voltage from the Power
Supply and be sure that the load is not damaged.
4. To reset the protection, turn OFF the input power for three minutes or longer and then turn it back ON. Alternatively, turn OFF the remote control signal and
then turn it back ON again.
5. Conducted emissions: The noise value is affected by factors such as the wiring method. The Power Supply conforms to Class B when the aluminum plate
is laid under the Power Supply. For 600-W models, insert a clamp filter (ZCAT3035-1330 by TDK: 100 Ω min. [50 to 500 MHz], or the equivalent) in the input
wire, and ring core (HF60T38X14X22 by TDK: 16 Ω typ. [1 MHz], 46 Ω typ. [10 MHz], or the equivalent) in the output wire to reduce noise
6. Radiated emissions: The noise value is affected by factors such as the wiring method. The Power Supply conforms to Class A when the aluminum plate is
laid under the Power Supply (1,500-W models).
7. The measuring method conforms to JEITA standard RC-9131A. Refer to Ripple under Safety Precautions on page 34.
8. The Power Supply will not conform to safety standards if the customer replaces the fan.
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S8VM
Connections
■ Block Diagrams
S8VM-015@@@@ (15 W)
S8VM-01524A@
DC LOW1
DC LOW2
Undervoltage
alarm indication
Undervoltage
detection
+V
AC (L)
Fuse
2A
INPUT
Noise
filter
AC (N)
DC OUTPUT
Inrush
Smoothing
current
protection circuit
Rectification
−V
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
Drive control
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
/FG
S8VM-030@@@@ (30 W)
S8VM-03024A@
Undervoltage DC LOW1
alarm indication DC LOW2
Undervoltage
detection
+V
AC (L)
Fuse
3.15 A
INPUT
Noise
filter
AC (N)
DC OUTPUT
Inrush
Smoothing
current
protection circuit
Rectification
−V
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
Drive control
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
/FG
S8VM-050@@@@ (50 W)
S8VM-05024A@ (Sinking)
S8VM-05024P@ (Sourcing)
Undervoltage DC LOW1
alarm indication DC LOW2
Undervoltage DC LOW1
alarm indication DC LOW2
Alarm
DC LOW1
Alarm
DC LOW1
Undervoltage
detection
Alarm
DC LOW2
Common
Photocoupler
AC (L)
INPUT
AC (N)
Fuse
2A
Undervoltage
detection
Alarm
DC LOW2
Common
Photocoupler
+V
Noise
filter
DC OUTPUT
Rectification Harmonic current
suppression circuit
(Power factor
improvement)
Inrush Smoothing
current
protection
circuit
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
−V
Drive control
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
/FG
Photocoupler
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S8VM-100@@@@ (100 W)
AC (L)
Fuse
3.15 A
INPUT
S8VM-10024A@ (Sinking)
Harmonic current
suppression circuit
(Power factor
Rectification improvement)
Inrush
current
protection
circuit
S8VM-10024P@ (Sourcing)
Undervoltage DC LOW1
alarm indication DC LOW2
Undervoltage DC LOW1
alarm indication DC LOW2
Noise
filter
Undervoltage
detection
AC (N)
Alarm
DC LOW1
Alarm
DC LOW1
Smoothing
Undervoltage
detection
Alarm
DC LOW2
Common
Photocoupler
Alarm
DC LOW2
Common
Photocoupler
+V
DC OUTPUT
−V
Drive
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
+S
Remote sensing
−S
Drive control
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
/FG
S8VM-150@@@@ (150 W)
AC (L)
Fuse
5A
INPUT
S8VM-15024A@ (Sinking)
Harmonic current
suppression circuit
(Power factor
Rectification improvement)
Inrush
current
protection
circuit
S8VM-15024P@ (Sourcing)
Undervoltage DC LOW1
alarm indication DC LOW2
Undervoltage DC LOW1
alarm indication DC LOW2
Undervoltage
detection
AC (N)
Alarm
DC LOW1
Alarm
DC LOW1
Noise
filter
Smoothing
Alarm
DC LOW2
Common
Undervoltage
detection
Photocoupler
Alarm
DC LOW2
Common
Photocoupler
+V
DC OUTPUT
−V
Drive
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
+S
Remote sensing
−S
Drive control
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
/FG
S8VM-300@@C (300 W)
Harmonic current
suppression circuit
(Power factor
Rectification improvement)
AC (L)
Fuse
10 A
INPUT
Inrush
current
protection
circuit
Fan detection
Power failure
alarm indication
PF
Alarm
PF-C
PF-E
Noise
filter
AC (N)
Smoothing
Power failure
alarm detection
Photocoupler
+V
DC OUTPUT
−V
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
+V
Drive
Output voltage monitor
−V
Control
circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
+S
Remote sensing
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overheat
detection circuit
CB
Power supply
balance circuit
Auxiliary power
supply circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Fan
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
−S
Current balance
CBG
+RC
Remote control
Photocoupler
−RC
8
S8VM
S8VM-600@@C (600 W)
Harmonic current
suppression circuit
(Power factor
improvement)
AC (L)
Fuse
15 A
INPUT
AC (N)
Inrush
current
protection
circuit
Fan detection
Power failure
alarm indication
PF
Alarm
PF-C
PF-E
Noise
filter
Rectification
Power failure
alarm detection
Smoothing
Photocoupler
+V
DC OUTPUT
−V
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
Output voltage monitor
−V
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Control
circuit
Auxiliary power
supply circuit
+V
Drive
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
+S
Remote sensing
Voltage
detection circuit
Overheat
detection circuit
−S
CB
Power supply
balance circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Fan
Current balance
CBG
+RC
Remote control
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
S8VM-15224C (1,500 W)
Fuse
30 A
INPUT
Harmonic current
suppression circuit
(Power factor
improvement)
Inrush
current
protection
circuit
AC (L)
−RC
Photocoupler
Fan detection
Power failure
alarm indication
Noise
filter
AC (N)
Rectification
Power failure
alarm detection
Smoothing
Photocoupler
PF
Alarm
PF-C
PF-E
+V
DC OUTPUT
Overcurrent
detection circuit
−V
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
Drive
+V
Output voltage monitor
−V
Control
circuit
+S
Remote sensing
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
Auxiliary power
supply circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overheat
detection circuit
−S
CB
Power supply
balance circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Fan
Current balance
CBG
+RC
Remote control
Rectifier/smoothing
circuit
Photocoupler
−RC
/FG
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S8VM
Construction and Nomenclature (15-W, 30-W, 50-W, 100-W, 150-W Models)
■ Nomenclature
No.
Name
1
AC input terminals (L), (N)
15-W, 30-W, 50-W Models
Open-frame Models
Covered Models
S8VM-015@@/S8VM-015@@D
S8VM-030@@/S8VM-030@@D
S8VM-050@@/S8VM-050@@D
S8VM-015@@C@/S8VM-01524A@
S8VM-030@@C@/S8VM-03024A@
S8VM-050@@C@/S8VM-05024A@/P@
2
8 9 10
5
4
3
7
6
2
1
3
PE terminal: Protective earthing terminal
(S8VM-@@@@@C@/S8VM-@@@@@A@/
S8VM-@@@@@P@)
FG terminal: Frame ground terminal
(S8VM-@@@@@/S8VM-@@@@@D)
DC output terminals (-V), (+V)
4
Output indicator (DC ON: Green)
5
6
Output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ)
Undervoltage alarm indicator 1
(DC LOW1: Yellow) (See note 3.)
7
Undervoltage alarm indicator 2
(DC LOW2: Red) (See note 3.)
8
Undervoltage alarm output terminal 1:
(DC LOW1) (See note 4.)
9
Undervoltage alarm output terminal 2:
(DC LOW2) (See note 4.)
10
11
Common terminal for undervoltage alarm
output (See note 4.)
Remote sensing terminals (See note 5.)
12
Short bars (See note 5.)
100-W Models
Open-frame Models
Covered Models
S8VM-100@@/S8VM-100@@D
S8VM-100@@C@/S8VM-10024A@/P@
6 7
5
4
11
12
3
12
12
11
2
1
10
9
8
Open-frame Models
Covered Models
S8VM-150@@/S8VM-150@@D
S8VM-150@@C@/S8VM-15024A@/P@
Note: 1. The fuse is located on the (L) side. It is NOT user-replaceable.
2. If mounting is performed using a DIN Rail, the protective
earthing connection is the panel mounting hole shown in the
figure below.
(A protective earthing connection stipulated in safety standards is used. Connect the ground completely (S8VM@@@@@D only)).
Ground terminal: M3 (Depth: 8 mm max.)/Ground wire:
AWG 18
Protective earthing
connection
8 9 10
12
5
4
11
12
3
11
2
1
Connect the load lines to these
terminals.
Lights (green) while a direct
current (DC) output is ON.
Use to adjust the voltage.
Lights only when a momentary
drop in output voltage is detected. This status is maintained.
Lights only when the output
voltage drops to approximately
20 V or lower.
Outputs only when a momentary drop in output voltage is
detected. This status is maintained.
(The transistor turns OFF
when a voltage drop occurs.)
Outputs only when the output
voltage drops to approximately
20 V or lower.
(The transistor turns OFF
when a voltage drop occurs.)
Common terminal (See note
6.) for terminals 8 and 9
Correct the voltage drop in the
load lines.
---
12
150-W Models
12
Function
Connect the input lines to
these terminals. (See note 1.)
Connect the ground line to this
terminal. (See note 2.)
7
6
12
Ground
300-W, 600-W, 1,500-W Models
Note: Refer to page 16.
■ Output Color Label
3. S8VM-@@@24A@/P@ only
4. S8VM-05024A@/P@, S8VM-10024A@/P@, S8VM15024A@/P@ only. Housing and terminals of the connector
for undervoltage detection output are also provided. For details, refer to Undervoltage Alarm Output Connector Harness Manufacture Method on page 35 under Safety
Precautions.
5. When not using the remote sensing function, leave the short
bar in the same state as when shipped.
6. A@ models: Common terminal (emitter)
P@ models: Common terminal (collector)
This color label identifies the output voltage by color.
Green:
Blue:
Yellow:
White:
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
Color label identifying output voltage
10
S8VM
Engineering Data (15-W, 30-W, 50-W, 100-W, 150-W Models)
■ Derating Curve
15W/30W
Load ratio (%)
Standard Mounting/Horizontal Mounting/Face-up Mounting
120
Open-frame type
100
A
80
Covered type
60
40
20
0
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
50W
120
Open-frame type
100
A
Face-up Mounting
Load ratio (%)
Load ratio (%)
Standard Mounting/Horizontal Mounting
120
Open-frame type
100
80
A
80
Covered type
Covered type
60
60
40
40
20
20
0
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
0
−20
70 80
−10
0
10
20
Ambient temperature (°C)
30 40 50 60 70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
100W
Horizontal Mounting/Face-up Mounting
120
Open-frame type
100
A
Load ratio (%)
Load ratio (%)
Standard Mounting
120
Open-frame type
100
80
A
80
Covered type
Covered type
60
60
40
40
20
20
0
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
0
−20
70 80
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
Ambient temperature (°C)
150W
Horizontal Mounting
Open-frame type
100
A
Face-up Mounting
120
Open-frame type
100
A
80
80
Covered type
Load ratio (%)
120
Load ratio (%)
Load ratio (%)
Standard Mounting
120
Open-frame type
100
Covered type
Covered type
60
60
40
40
40
20
20
20
0
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
0
−20
A
80
60
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
0
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
300W/600W/1,500W
Note: Refer to page 17.
Note: 1. Internal parts may occasionally be deteriorated or damaged. Do not use the Power Supply in areas outside the derating curves (i.e., the area shown by
shading A in the above graphs).
2. If there is a derating problem, use forced air-cooling.
3. When mounting two or more Power Supplies side-by-side, allow at least 20 mm spacing between them. Multiple 100- and 150-W models cannot be used
side by side. Be sure to install the Power Supplies as far away from heat-generating sources as possible. As a reference value, allow at least 50 mm spacing
on the right and left sides. If only 20 mm spacing is allowed, use the Power Supply at a load ratio of 80% or less.
4. When using 150-W models for a long period of time at an input voltage of 90 VAC or lower, reduce the load to 80% or less of the above derating curves.
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S8VM
■ Mounting
■ Remote Sensing Function
Standard Mounting
(DIN Rail Mounting Bracket Models)
Standard Mounting
(Bottom Mounting Models)
Correct
(S8VM-100@@@@/150@@@@ only)
This function compensates a voltage drop on the load lines.
To use this function, connect after removing the two short bars of the
remote sensing terminal.
Correct
Short bar
V.ADJ
*1
DC ON
+S
+V
*1
−V
Horizontal Mounting
−S
Correct
*1
Face-up Mounting
Face-up Mounting
(DIN Rail Mounting Bracket Models)
Incorrect
Correct
*2
Note: 1. Use a 2-conductor shielded cable as a connection wire (*1).
2. Use as thick a wire as possible since high voltage drops on
the load lines (*2) may activate the overvoltage protection
function.
3. Use when the voltage drop is 0.3 V or lower.
4. When the +S and −S terminals are opened with the short
bar removed, the overvoltage protection function is activated and the output voltage will be cut off.
5. If the load line is too long, use an electrolytic capacitor in the
following 3 locations:
1) Across the load terminals
2) Between the +S terminal and + terminal
3) Between the −S terminal and − terminal
Select the capacity of the connected capacitor from between several tens to several hundreds of μF as a guide,
and then determine the capacity when actually connecting
the capacitor between terminals as shown below.
+
V.ADJ
*1
DC ON
+S
+
Face-down Mounting
(DIN Rail Mounting Bracket Models)
Face-down Mounting
Incorrect
Incorrect
+V
−V
+
−S
■ Inrush Current, Startup Time,
Output Hold Time
Input OFF
Input ON
AC input
voltage
Inrush current on input application
Surface Mounting for
Standard Mounting Direction
Surface Mounting for Face-up
Mounting
Correct
Correct
AC input
current
95%
90%
Terminal block
Output
voltage
Hold time
Startup time
■ Reference Values
Item
Reliability
(MTBF)
The terminals are in front.
The terminals are on the top.
Note: 1. Improper mounting will interfere with heat dissipation and
may occasionally result in deterioration or damage of internal parts.
Use the Power Supply within the derating curve for the
mounting direction that is used.
2. Use the metal plate as the mounting panel (*1).
3. Install the Power Supply so that the air flow circulates
around the Power Supply, as the Power Supply is designed
to radiate heat by means of natural air flow.
4. Mounting screw tightening torque
(recommended value: M3 (0.49 N·m))
Value
Definition
135,000 hrs MTBF stands for Mean Time Between Failures, which
min.
is calculated according to the probability of accidental
device failures, and indicates the reliability of a device.
Therefore, it does not necessarily represent the life of
the Power Supply.
Life expectancy 10 yrs. min. The life expectancy indicates average operating hours
under the ambient temperature of 40°C and a load
rate of 50%.
Normally this is determined by the life expectancy of
the built-in aluminum electrolytic capacitor.
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S8VM
15W/30W
50W/100W/150W (5 V)
Intermittent operation
Output voltage (V)
Consider the possibility of an overvoltage and design the system so
that the load will not be subjected to an excessive voltage even if the
feedback circuit in the Power Supply fails. When an excessive
voltage that is approximately 140% of the rated voltage or more is
output, the output voltage is shut OFF, preventing damage to the load
due to overvoltage. Reset the input power by turning it OFF for at
least three minutes and then turning it back ON again.
Output voltage (V)
■ Overvoltage Protection
The Power Supply is provided with an overload protection function
that protects the Power Supply from possible damage by short-circuit
and overcurrent.
When the output current rises above 105% min. of the rated current,
the protection function is triggered, automatically decreasing the output voltage. When the output current falls within the rated range, the
overload protection function is automatically cleared.
Output voltage (V)
■ Overload Protection
Overvoltage protection
operating
Approx. 40%
Variable range
+20%
*1
Rated output
voltage
Intermittent operation
*2
−10%
50
0
100
Output current (%)
50
100
Output current (%)
50W/100W/150W (12 V, 15 V, 24 V)
300W/600W/1,500W
Output voltage (V)
0
Note: Refer to page 19.
−20%
0V
The values shown in the above diagram are for reference only.
*1 S8VM-@@@24A@/P@
*2 Except for S8VM-@@@24A@/P@
0
Note: 1. Do not turn ON the input power again until the cause of the
overvoltage has been removed.
2. The overvoltage protection function may be activated when
the output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ) is set to a value that
exceeds +20% of the rated output voltage.
3. When the +S and −S terminals are opened with the shortbar removed, the overvoltage protection function is
activated and the output voltage will be cut off.
50
100
Output current (%)
The values shown in the above diagrams are for reference only.
Note: 1. Internal parts may occasionally deteriorate or be damaged
if a short-circuited or other overcurrent state continues during operation.
Do not continue an overload state for longer than 30 seconds. Eliminate the overcurrent state as soon as possible.
2. Internal parts may possibly be deteriorated or damaged if the
Power Supply is used for applications with frequent inrush current or overloading at the load end. Do not use the Power Supply
for such applications.
■ Undervoltage Alarm Function (Indication and Output)
(Only S8VM-@@@24A@/P@)
If an output voltage drop is detected with an S8VM-@@@24A@/P@ with undervoltage alarm function, the DC LOW indicator will light to notify of an
output error. The transistor also sends an output externally to notify of the error (except for the S8VM-01524A@ and S8VM-03024A@).
Transistor Output: Sinking type:
(NPN) (S8VM-@@@24A@)
Sourcing type:
(PNP) (S8VM-@@@24P@)
30 VDC max., 50 mA max., Residual voltage when ON: 2 V or less, Leakage current when OFF: 0.1 mA or less
S8VM-01524A@
S8VM-05024A@/P@
S8VM-10024A@/P@
S8VM-15024A@/P@
S8VM-03024A@
8 9 10
4
4
7
6
4
8 9 10
6 7
7
6
10
9
8
4
7
6
• Undervoltage Alarm Function 1 (DC LOW1)
Only a momentary voltage drop is detected. Detection voltage is automatically adjusted internally by detecting the output voltage (approx. 2.7 V
lower than the voltage output at an output voltage of 24.0 V).
During detection, the transistor is OFF (with no continuity across 8 and 10) and the LED (6: Yellow) lights. (The Undervoltage Alarm Function 1 is
used as a latch holding function.)
• Undervoltage Alarm Function 2 (DC LOW2)
Detection voltage is set to approx. 20.0 V (from 18.0 to 21.6 V).
During detection, the transistor is OFF (with no continuity across 9 and 10) and the LED (7: Red) lights.
Note: 1. This function monitors the voltage at the Power Supply output terminals.
To check actual voltage, measure voltage on the load side.
2. Gradual voltage drop is not detected by the Undervoltage Alarm Function 1 (DC LOW1).
3. Once a voltage drop in the output voltage is detected by Undervoltage Alarm Function 1 (DC LOW1), the transistor turns OFF and status
of the LED (6: Yellow) light is maintained. To reset the function, turn OFF the input power for 60 seconds or longer, and then turn it ON
again.
4. If the output voltage remains at 15 V or lower for several seconds when using Undervoltage Alarm Function 1 (DC LOW 1), the output
hold status for detection may be reset.
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S8VM
■ Probable Causes of Power Supply Errors and Troubleshooting Using
Undervoltage Alarm Function
Check the following information if the Undervoltage Alarm Function operates.
Contact your OMRON representative if the Power Supply does not function normally after checking.
The symbols in the table are as follows:
: Lit,
: Not lit,
: Flashing
Note: Flashing: The output voltage is unstable, causing the LED to repeatedly turn ON and OFF.
DC ON
LED D:
Green
DC LOW1
LED F:
Yellow
Transistor
outputs
(H to J)
DC LOW2
LED G:
Red
Transistor
outputs
(I to J)
Output voltage
Power Supply status diagnosis
1
ON
ON
→
Normal
(approx. 90% min.
Normal status
of rated output
voltage)
2
OFF
ON
→
Normal
(approx. 90% min.
of rated output
voltage)
The output voltage has
dropped gradually and remains low.
Output drop
(approx. 90%
max. of rated
output voltage)
The output voltage remains low following a previous sudden voltage
drop.
The output voltage has recovered to normal status
following a previous sudden voltage drop.
ON
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
→
ON
Output drop
(approx. 80% of
→
rated output
voltage)
The output voltage remains low and is continuing to fluctuate following a
previous sudden voltage
drop.
OFF
Output drop
(approx. 80% of
→
rated output
voltage)
The output voltage has
dropped gradually, remains low, and is continuing to fluctuate.
OFF
OFF
→ No output
No output voltage is being
output.
ON
ON
→ Unstable output
The output voltage is unstable.
5
OFF
⇔
3
Output drop
(approx. 90%
→
max. of rated
output voltage)
OFF
8
⇔
7
ON
⇔
6
⇔
ON
OFF
OFF
24 V
24 V
24 V
24 V
24 V
24 V
24 V
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S8VM
Probable cause of error
Troubleshooting methods
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1
A momentary power failure has occurred in the Check that the output voltage is normal and no problems have occurred in other devices. No problems
input.
will be caused by continuing to use the Power Supply as is. To clear DC LOW1 (LED display and transistor output status), turn OFF the input power, and wait at least 60 s before turning ON the input Power
Supply again.
A momentary overload has occurred.
The load current has probably exceeded the rated current. We suggest reducing the connected load
or replace the Power Supply with one that has a higher capacity.
A momentary output voltage drop has occurred A large inrush current has probably flowed to the load side at startup. We suggest replacing the Power 2
at startup due to the capacity of the capacitive Supply with one that has a higher capacity.
factors on the load side or when the load is activated.
The output voltage has returned to normal volt- Turn OFF the input power, and wait at least 60 s before turning ON the input power again to clear the
age following a rapid drop caused by using the indicator status.
output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ).
Deterioration due to age (when the Power Sup- The internal parts of the Power Supply may have deteriorated due to age. We suggest replacing the
ply has been used for several years)
Power Supply. Also replace other Power Supplies that were purchased at the same time.
Overload (immediately following first use of the The load current has probably exceeded the rated current. Check the actual load current and Power
Power Supply or when increasing the load)
Supply capacity. Continued use in overload status may damage the Power Supply.
3
The output voltage dropped to -10% or lower of Adjust the output voltage to the rated values using the output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ).
the rated voltage resulting from using the output
voltage adjuster (V.ADJ)
A sudden overload occurred and the Power
An error has probably occurred in the load device. Turn OFF the input power, and check whether any
Supply remains in overload status.
errors have occurred in the load device. Continued use in overload status may damage the Power Supply.
The output voltage remains low after a rapid
Adjust the output voltage to the rated values using the output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ). To clear DC
voltage drop caused by using the output voltage LOW1 (LED display and transistor output status), turn OFF the input power, and wait at least 60 s beadjuster (V.ADJ).
fore turning ON the input power again.
The overload status continues to fluctuate following a sudden overload.
An error has probably occurred in the load device. Turn OFF the input power, and check whether any
errors have occurred in the load device. Continued use in overload status may damage the Power Supply.
4
5
Deterioration due to age (after using the Power The internal parts of the Power Supply may have deteriorated due to age. Replace the Power Supply.
Supply for several years)
Also replace other Power Supplies that were purchased at the same time.
Overload (immediately following first use of the The load current has probably exceeded the rated current. Check the actual load current and Power
Power Supply or when increasing the load)
Supply capacity. Continued use in overload status may damage the Power Supply.
6
Power Supply interrupted or damaged.
Check whether the input power is being applied correctly. If there is no output even though the input
power is applied correctly, the internal circuit is probably damaged.
Overvoltage protection operation
Turn OFF the input power, and wait at least 3 min before turning ON the input power again. If the same
status recurs, the internal circuit is probably damaged.
7
The short bar has fallen off, or the +S and -S ter- Check whether the +S and -S terminals are open. If so, the overvoltage protection function is activated.
minals are open.
Therefore, turn OFF the input power and wait at least three minutes before turning it ON again. (S8VM10024A@/P@ and S8VM-15024A@/P@ models only)
Output short-circuit
Remove the cause of the output short-circuit.
Intermittent operation due to overload (S8VM- The load current has probably exceeded the rated current. Check the actual load current and Power
01524A@/03024A@ only)
Supply capacity. Continued use in overload status may damage the Power Supply.
The Power Supply fails to start repeatedly due A large inrush current has probably flowed to the load side at startup. We suggest replacing the Power
to the capacity of the capacitive factors on the Supply with one that has a higher capacity.
8
load side.
The input turns ON and OFF repeatedly.
Check whether the Power Supply’s input voltage is being applied correctly.
The status repeatedly switches between normal An error has probably occurred in the load device. Turn OFF the input power, and check whether any
operation and output short-circuit.
errors have occurred in the load device.
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S8VM
Construction and Nomenclature (300-W, 600-W, 1,500-W Models)
■ Nomenclature
No.
300-W Models
2
PE terminal: Protective earth- Connect the ground line to this terminal.
(See note 2.)
ing terminal ( )
(S8VM-300@@C/S8VM600@@C)
FG terminal: Frame ground terminal (S8VM-15224C)
3
DC output terminals (−V), (+V) Connect the load lines to these terminals.
4
Output indicator (DC ON:
Green)
Lights (green) while a direct current (DC)
output is ON.
5
Output voltage adjuster
(V.ADJ)
Use to adjust the voltage.
6
Power failure alarm indicator
(PF: Red)
Lights when the output voltage decreases,
the fan stops, and the system is on standby using the remote control function.
7
Signal I/O connector (See note 1:
3.)
2:
3:
4:
1
2
5:
6:
3
4
5
7
9
11
6
8
10
12
S8VM-600@@C
Function
AC input terminals (L), (N)
S8VM-300@@C
600-W Models
Name
1
CN
Connect the input lines to these terminals.
(See note 1.)
DC output monitor pin (+V)
Remote sensing pin (+S)
DC output monitor pin (−V)
Remote sensing pin (−S)
Current balance pin (CB)
Signal ground pin for current balance
(CBG)
7: Remote control pin (+RC)
8: Remote control pin (−RC)
9: No connect
10: No connect
11: Power failure alarm output pin (PF-C)
(collector)
12: Power failure alarm output pin (PF-E)
(emitter)
Note: 1. The fuse is located on the (L) side. It is NOT user-replaceable.
2. Protective earthing connection is the panel mounting hole of
the metal case. (A protective earthing connection stipulated
in safety standards is used. Connect the ground completely).
Ground terminal: M4 (Depth: 6 mm max.)/Ground wire:
AWG 18
3. The standard supplied connector for signal I/O is mounted
to CN when S8VM is shipped. The supplied signal I/O connector shorts between 1 and 2, between 3 and 4, and between 7 and 8. The stability and accuracy of the output
will deteriorate if the connector is removed. Always
connect the +S and -S pins.
Do not connect a load to the output voltage monitor terminals (+V, −V).
1,500-W Model
S8VM-15224C
■ Output Color Label
This color label identifies the output voltage by color.
Green:
Blue:
Yellow:
White:
5V
12 V
15 V
24 V
Color label identifying output voltage
Note: A 300-W model is shown above. The label is in a different place
on 600-W models and 1,500-W model.
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Engineering Data (300-W, 600-W, 1,500-W Models)
■ Derating Curve
Upside-down Mounting (S8VM-15224C Only)
Correct
Load ratio (%)
300W/600W/1,500W
120
100
1,500 W
80
*1
Side Mounting
60
Incorrect
Incorrect
300 W
600 W
Incorrect
40
20
0
−20
−10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
Note: 1. Internal parts may occasionally be deteriorated or damaged. Do not use the Power Supply in areas outside the derating curves (i.e., the area shown by shading A in the
above graph).
2. When mounting two or more Power Supplies side-by-side,
allow at least 20 mm spacing between them. Always provide
at least 50 mm of mounting space for the surface with the
fan mounted. Be sure to provide at least 50 mm (S8VM300@@C/600@@C) or 100 mm (S8VM-15224C) of mounting space on the opposite side of the surface with the fan
mounted.
3. When using the 1,500-W model for a long period of time at
an input voltage of 90 VAC or lower, reduce the load to 80%
or less of the above derating curve.
4. The ambient temperature is specified at a location 50 mm in
front of the center of the Power Supply's front panel.
Standard Mounting
Correct
Note: 1. The internal parts may occasionally deteriorate or be broken due to adverse heat dissipation depending on the
mounting status. Do not use the Power Supply in any
mounting direction other than those specified.
2. Use the metal plate as the mounting panel (*1).
3. To ensure sufficient cooling, do not cover the air holes located on the side the fan is mounted and the opposite side.
4. Mounting screw tightening torque (recommended value: M4
(1.27 N·m))
The screws must not protrude more than 6 mm inside the
Power Supply.
■ Remote Sensing Function
Use remote sensing to automatically compensate for voltage drops
on the load lines. Connect the +S pin (pin 2 on CN) to the positive
load terminal and the −S pin (pin 4 on CN) to the negative load terminal to enable remote sensing. When not using the remote sensing
function, use the standard supplied connector. The +S and +V pins
(pin 1 on CN) and the −S and −V pins (pin 3 on CN) will be connected.
■ Mounting
Correct
1,500 W
Correct
+V
+
S8VM
300 W
600 W
*1
*1
1,500 W
−V
CN
*1
+V +S −V
*2
−S
*1
Horizontal Mounting
Correct
300 W
Correct
*1
600 W
Correct
*1
1,500 W
*1
Note: 1. Use 2-conductor shielded cable as connection wire (* 1).
2. Use as thick a wire as possible since high voltage drops on
the load lines (* 2) may activate the overvoltage protection
function.
3. Do not allow the voltage drop on the load line to exceed 0.3 V.
4. If the sensing line is too long, it is necessary to put an electrolytic capacitor across the load terminals. The electrolytic
capacitor may generate heat due to the ripple current, depending on connected load. Therefore, the electrolytic capacitor must have a ripple current allowance higher than the
output ripple current.
5. The stability and accuracy of the output will deteriorate if the
short bar is missing or if the +S and −S pins are open. Always connect the +S and −S pins.
6. Remove the standard supplied connector and prepare a
connector harness separately.
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■ Remote Control Function
This function turns outputs ON and OFF using an external signal
while input voltage is applied, using the +RC pin (pin 7 on CN) and
the -RC pin (pin 8 on CN). Connect a switch or transistor to the +RC
and -RC pins to use the remote control function. When not using this
function, the +RC and -RC pins are shorted by using the standard
supplied connector.
■ Inrush Current, Startup Time,
Output Hold Time
Input OFF
Input ON
AC input
voltage
+RC
S8VM
SW
CN
Inrush current on input application
TR
−RC
AC input
current
95%
90%
+RC Level for −RC
Output voltage
Built-in Fan Motor
Short or L (0 to 0.8 V) ON
Rotate
Open or H (2.4 to 12 V) OFF
Stop
Maximum input voltage: 12 V max.
Maximum allowable reverse voltage: −1 V max.
Sink Current: 3.5 mA
Output
voltage
Startup time
Hold time
Note: A maximum input surge current of approx. 40 A will flow at
startup even when not turning ON the input. Consider this
surge current when selecting the input switch, input breaker, or
external fuse.
Note: 1. Use 2-conductor shielded cable or twisted-pair cable as
connection wire.
2. The remote control circuit is isolated from the input and output circuits of the power supply.
3. Remove the standard supplied connector and prepare a
connector harness separately.
■ Input Current Waveform When
Input Is Turned ON
■ Power Failure Alarm Function
S8VM-300@@C
The power failure alarm indicator will light red to indicate an output
voltage error if overload, overvoltage, or overheat protection is activated, if a drop in the input voltage causes the output voltage to drop,
if the built-in fan motor stops, and during remote control standby. The
alarm is also output externally by a transistor.
Transistor output: 30 VDC max., 50 mA max.
The following examples show typical waveforms.
100 VAC, Load ratio: 100%
100 ms
AC input
current
(10 A/DIV)
Residual voltage when ON: 2 V max.
Leakage current when OFF: 0.1 mA max.
Alarm detection voltage: Approx. 80% of output voltage setting
During detection, the transistor is OFF (with no continuity across pins
11 and 12 on CN), and the LED (red) lights.
CN
Output
voltage
AC input
voltage
200 VAC, Load ratio: 100%
PF-C
S8VM
100 ms
PF-E
Vce max.: 30 VDC
Ic max.: 50 mA
Note: 1. This function monitors the voltage at the power supply output terminals. To check actual voltage, measure the voltage
on the load side.
2. Outputs are forced OFF if the built-in fan motor stops
(S8VM-15224C only).
3. Remove the standard supplied connector and prepare a
connector harness separately.
AC input
current
(10 A/DIV)
Output
voltage
AC input
voltage
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S8VM
S8VM-600@@C
■ Reference Values
100 VAC, Load ratio: 100%
100 ms
AC input
current
(10 A/DIV)
Value
Definition
Reliability
(MTBF)
Item
300 W:
135,000 hrs
600 W:
120,000 hrs
1,500 W:
100,000 hrs
MTBF stands for Mean Time Between Failures, which
is calculated according to the probability of accidental
device failures, and indicates the reliability of a device.
Therefore, it does not necessarily represent the life of
the Power Supply.
Life
expectancy
10 yrs. min.
The life expectancy indicates average operating hours
under the ambient temperature of 40°C and a load rate
of 50%.
Normally this is determined by the life expectancy of
the built-in aluminum electrolytic capacitor.
■ Overload Protection
Output
voltage
AC input
voltage
200 VAC, Load ratio: 100%
100 ms
The Power Supply is provided with an overload protection function
that protects the Power Supply from possible damage by overcurrent.
When the output rises above 105% of the rated current, the protection function is triggered, automatically decreasing the output voltage.
S8VM-300@@C/600@@C
When the output current returns within the rated range, overload protection is automatically cleared.
AC input
current
(10 A/DIV)
S8VM-15224C
AC input
voltage
S8VM-15224C
100 VAC, Load ratio: 100%
100 ms
300W/600W (5 V)
300W600W/1,500W (12 V, 15 V, 24 V)
Output voltage (V)
Output
voltage
Output voltage (V)
Outputs are interrupted if an overload continues for 5 seconds or
more. To reset the Power Supply, leave the input power OFF for more
than 3 minutes and then turn it ON again. Alternatively, turn OFF and
ON the remote control signal.
Intermittent operation
AC input
current
(25 A/DIV)
0
50
100
Output current (%)
0
50
100
Output current (%)
The values shown in the above diagrams are for reference only.
Output
voltage
AC input
voltage
200 VAC, Load ratio: 100%
Note: 1. If the Power Supply has been short-circuited or supplied
with an overcurrent for longer than 30 seconds, the internal
parts of the Power Supply may occasionally be deteriorated
or damaged.
2. The internal parts may possibly be deteriorated or damaged. Do not use the Power Supply for applications where
the load causes frequent inrush current and overload.
100 ms
AC input
current
(10 A/DIV)
Output
voltage
AC input
voltage
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■ Overvoltage Protection
Output voltage (V)
Consider the possibility of an overvoltage and design the system so
that the load will not be subjected to an excessive voltage even if the
feedback circuit in the Power Supply fails. When an excessive voltage that is approximately 140% of the rated voltage or more is output, the output voltage is shut OFF, preventing damage to the load
due to overvoltage. Reset the input power by turning it OFF for at
least three minutes and then turning it back ON again. Alternatively,
turn OFF and ON the remote control signal.
Overvoltage protection
operating
Approx. 40%
+20%
Rated output
voltage
Variable range
−20%
0V
The values shown in the above diagram are for reference only.
Note: 1. Do not turn ON the input power again until the cause of the
overvoltage has been removed.
2. The overvoltage protection function may be activated when
the output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ) is set to a value that exceeds +20% of the rated output voltage.
■ Overheat Protection
The overheat protection circuit will operate and outputs will be shut
OFF to protect the Power Supply if the ambient temperature rises,
the fan stops, or other errors cause the Power Supply's internal temperature to rise. To reset the Power Supply, leave the input power
OFF long enough for the Power Supply to cool sufficiently and then
turn it ON again. Alternatively turn OFF the remote control signal
long enough to cool sufficiently and then turn it ON again.
■ Peak Output Current
(S8VM-30024C/60024C/15224C Only)
The peak current must satisfy the following conditions. Reduce the
peak current according to the load rate of the derating curve.
Input voltage range: 180 to 240 VAC
Peak current pulse width: 10 s max.
Duty: 35% max.
Peak current value: Within the rated peak current
Effective output current: Within the rated current
Ip
Irms
Ia
0A
τ
T
Ip:
Irms:
lav:
la:
D:
τ:
T:
Peak current (A)
Effective output current (A)
Rated current (A)
Continuous load current (A)
Duty
Peak current pulse width (s)
Cycle (s)
lav ≥ Irms=
lp2 × D + la2× (1−D)
τ
D=
T
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S8VM
Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
■ Bottom Mounting Models (15-W, 30-W, 50-W, 100-W, 150-W Models)
S8VM-015@@
S8VM-015@@C
S8VM-01524A
80.5
17.6 max.
27±1
81.5±1
68±0.5
Mounting Holes
8.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
62±0.5
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
Bottom View
Side
Mounting
15.5
67±0.5
8.5
Two, 4 dia.
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
68±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-01524 Model.
84.5
13.6 max.
33.5±1
62±0.5
Bottom
Mounting
84.5±1
Two, 4 dia.
68±0.5
67±0.3
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
8.5
62±0.5
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
15.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
8.5
67±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-01524A Model.
S8VM-030@@
S8VM-030@@C
S8VM-03024A
95.5
17.6 max.
27±1
82.5±1
68±0.5
Mounting Holes
8.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
77±0.5
Bottom View
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
Side
Mounting
15.5
Two, 4 dia.
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
8.5
82±0.5
68±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-03024 Model.
99.5
13.6 max.
33.5±1
77±0.5
Bottom
Mounting
84.5±1
68±0.5
82±0.3
8.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
Two, 4 dia.
77±0.5
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
15.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
8.5
82±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-03024A Model.
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S8VM-050@@
S8VM-050@@C
S8VM-05024A
S8VM-05024P
120.5
17.6 max.
27±1
82.5±1
68±0.5
Mounting Holes
8.5
97±0.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
Bottom View
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
Side
Mounting
Two, 4 dia.
23.5
15±0.5
8±0.5
83±0.5
32.5
Three, M3 (depth: 4 max.)
68±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-05024 Model.
124.5
13.6 max.
97±0.5
33.5±1
Bottom
Mounting
Three, 4 dia.
15±0.2
84.5±1
68±0.5
8.5
97±0.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
83±0.5
8±0.2
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
23.5
Three, M3 (depth: 4 max.)
15±0.5
8±0.5
32.5
83±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-05024A Model.
S8VM-100@@
S8VM-100@@C
S8VM-10024A
S8VM-10024P
160.5
17.6 max.
28.5±1
Two, M4 terminal screws (+V, -V)
82.5±1
68±0.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
135±0.5
8.5
Five, M3.5 terminal screws (+S, -S,
, input)
25
15±0.5
7.5±0.5
30
120±0.5
Two, M3 (depth: 4 max.)
Mounting Holes
Note: The image is the S8VM-10024 Model.
Bottom View
164.5
Two, M4 terminal screws
(+V, -V)
13.6 max.
35±1
Side
Mounting
Two, 4 dia.
68±0.5
84.5±1
68±0.5
135±0.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
Bottom
Mounting
135±0.5
8.5
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
(+S, -S, , input)
Three, 4 dia.
15±0.2
7.5±0.2
120±0.5
25
15±0.5
7.5±0.5
Two, M3 (depth: 4 max.)
30
120±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-10024A Model.
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S8VM-150@@
S8VM-150@@C
S8VM-15024A
S8VM-15024P
17.6 max.
160.5
Two, M4 terminal screws (+V, -V)
37.5±1
82.5±1
68±0.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
135±0.5
8.5
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
(+S, -S, , input)
Mounting Holes
26.5
15±0.5
7.5±0.5
25
Three, M3
(depth: 4 max.)
120±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-15024 Model.
Bottom View
Side
Mounting
Two, 4 dia.
68±0.5
135±0.5
Two, M4 terminal screws
(+V, -V)
164.5
13.6 max.
44±1
Bottom
Mounting
Three, 4 dia.
15±0.2
7.5±0.2
120±0.5
84.5±1
68±0.5
8.5
Two, M3 (depth: 8 max.)
8.5
135±0.5
Five, M3.5 terminal screws (+S, -S,
, input)
26.5
15±0.5
7.5±0.5
Three, M3 (depth: 4 max.)
25
120±0.5
Note: The image is the S8VM-15024A Model.
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■ DIN Rail Mounting Bracket Models (15-W, 30-W, 50-W, 100-W, 150-W Models)
S8VM-015@@D
S8VM-015@@CD
S8VM-01524AD
14
80.5
17.6 max.
33±1
81.5±1
46.2
90.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
Note: The image is the S8VM-01524D Model.
14
84.5
35.1±1
15 max.
84.5±1
46.2
94.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
Note: The image is the S8VM-01524AD Model.
S8VM-030@@D
S8VM-030@@CD
S8VM-03024AD
14
95.5
17.6 max.
33±1
82.5±1
46.2
105.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
Note: The image is the S8VM-03024D Model.
14
99.5
15 max.
35.1±1
84.5±1
46.2
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
109.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
Note: The image is the S8VM-03024AD Model.
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S8VM-050@@D
S8VM-050@@CD
S8VM-05024AD
S8VM-05024PD
14
17.6 max.
120.5
33±1
82.5±1
46.2
130.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
Note: The image is the S8VM-05024D Model.
14
124.5
15 max.
35.1±1
84.5±1
46.2
134.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
Note: The image is the S8VM-05024AD Model.
S8VM-100@@D
S8VM-100@@CD
S8VM-10024AD
S8VM-10024PD
14
160.5
17.6 max.
Two, M4 terminal screws (+V, -V)
33±1
82.5±1
46.2
170.4
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
Five, M3.5 terminal screws (+S, -S,
, input)
Note: The image is the S8VM-10024D Model.
Two, M4 terminal screws (+V, -V)
14
164.5
15 max.
36.6±1
84.5±1
46.2
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
174.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws (+S, -S,
, input)
Note: The image is the S8VM-10024AD Model.
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S8VM-150@@D
S8VM-150@@CD
S8VM-15024AD
S8VM-15024PD
14
160.5
17.6 max.
Two, M4 terminal screws (+V, -V)
39.1±1
82.5±1
46.2
170.4
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
Five, M3.5 terminal screws (+S, -S,
, input)
Note: The image is the S8VM-15024D Model.
Two, M4 terminal screws (+V, -V)
14
164.5
15 max.
45.6±1
84.5±1
46.2
5.4 (Sliding: 9 max.)
174.4
Five, M3.5 terminal screws (+S, -S,
, input)
Note: The image is the S8VM-15024AD Model.
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■ Bottom Mounting Models (300-W, 600-W, 1,500-W Models)
S8VM-300@@C
Four, M4 (depth: 6 max.)
188 max.
Mounting Holes
25.65
105±0.5
22 max.
Bottom View
Standard
Mounting
Four, 4.5 dia.
83.5±1
60±0.5
40±0.5
11
120±0.5
25.65 22 max.
120±0.5
62.5±1
Seven, M4 terminal screws
Horizontal
Mounting
Four, 4.5 dia.
10.5
40±0.5
60±0.5
105±0.5
Four, M4 (depth: 6 max.)
Note: The image is the S8VM-30024C Model.
S8VM-600@@C
Four, M5 terminal screws 26 max.
Four, M4 (depth: 6 max.)
192 max.
25
120±0.5
Mounting Holes
Bottom View
83.3±1
Standard
Mounting
40±0.5
21
Four, 4.5 dia.
60±0.5
101.8±1
110±0.5
Three, M4 terminal screws
20
Horizontal
Mounting
60±0.5
Four, 4.5 dia.
40±0.5
120±0.5
46 max.
110±0.5
Four, M4 (depth: 6 max.)
Note: The image is the S8VM-60024C Model.
S8VM-15224C
Four, M4 (depth: 6 max.)
126.5±1
46 max. 10
Mounting Holes
327 max.
260±0.5
Bottom View
60±0.5
82±1
Standard
Mounting
Four, 4.5 dia.
11
9 dia. (M8 bolts and nuts) (See note.)
Four, M4 terminal screws
10
112±0.5
7.25
260±0.5
260±0.5
Horizontal
Mounting
Four, 4.5 dia.
112±0.5
60±0.5
260±0.5
Four, M4 (depth: 6 max.)
Note: M8 bolts and nuts for the output terminals are not included.
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■ Mounting Brackets
Name
Model
Mounting Bracket A (bottom mounting for 15-, 30-, and 50-W models)
S82Y-VM10B
Mounting Bracket B (bottom mounting for 100- and 150-W models)
S82Y-VM20B
Mounting Bracket C (front mounting for 15-, 30-, 50-, 100-, and 150-W models)
S82Y-VM10F
Mounting Bracket D (bottom mounting for 300-W models)
S82Y-VM30B
Mounting Bracket E (horizontal bottom mounting for 300-W models)
S82Y-VM30S
Mounting Bracket F (front mounting for 300-W models)
S82Y-VM30F
Mounting Bracket G (DIN Rail mounting for 300-W models)
S82Y-VM30D
Mounting Bracket H (bottom mounting for 600-W models)
S82Y-VM60B
Mounting Bracket I (horizontal bottom mounting for 600-W models)
S82Y-VM60S
Mounting Bracket J (front mounting for 600-W models)
S82Y-VM60F
Mounting Bracket K (DIN Rail mounting for 600-W models)
S82Y-VM60D
Mounting Bracket A (Bottom Mounting for 15-, 30-, and 50-W Models)
S82Y-VM10B
Using the Mounting Bracket
a = Mounting holes for 15-W models
b = Mounting holes for 30-W models
c = Mounting holes for 50-W models
c
a
b
b
a, c
c
R2
Three, M3.5
B
20±0.5 35
B
7.5
5
5
B
4
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in two
places for 15-W and 30-W models
and in three places for 50-W models.)
B: M3 or M3.5
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening torque
(recommended): 0.49 N·m
4 dia.
140±0.5
R2
150
A
t = 2.3
A
A
Mounting Bracket B (Bottom Mounting for 100-, and 150-W Models)
S82Y-VM20B
Using the Mounting Bracket
a = Mounting holes for 150-W models
b = Mounting holes for 100-W models
b
a
b
a
b
a
R2
4
B
15±0.2
Three, M3.5 5
20±0.5 40
4 dia.
182±0.5
192
t = 2.3
B
A
B
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in three
places.)
B: M3 or M3.5
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening torque (recommended): 0.49 N·m
A
A
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Mounting Bracket C (Front Mounting for 15-, 30- 50-, 100-, and 150-W Models)
S82Y-VM10F
58
15
33
4 dia.
Using the Mounting Bracket
5
B
A
A
105 97±0.5
80
R2
A
B
B
8.3
a, b
4
13.4
c
d, e
d, e
t = 1.6
a, b, c, d, e
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in two places for 15-W, 30-W and 50W models and in three places for 100-W and 150-W models.)
B: M3 or M3.5
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening torque (recommended): 0.49 N·m
a = Mounting holes for 15-W models
b = Mounting holes for 30-W models
c = Mounting holes for 50-W models
d = Mounting holes for 100-W models
e = Mounting holes for 150-W models
Mounting Bracket D (Bottom Mounting for 300-W Models)
S82Y-VM30B
Using the Mounting Bracket
Three, 4.5 dia.
B
48
60
B
5
195
B
A
A
A
A
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in four places.)
B: M4
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening torque (recommended): 1.27 N·m
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Mounting Bracket E (Horizontal Bottom Mounting for 300-W Models)
S82Y-VM30S
Using the Mounting Bracket
B
52
84
B
16
8
6
202
215
B
Three, 4.5 dia.
A
A
A
A
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in four places.)
B: M4
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening torque (recommended): 1.27 N·m
Mounting Bracket F (Front Mounting for 300-W Models)
S82Y-VM30F
Using the Mounting Bracket
Two, 4.5 dia.
B
60
48
5
B
102.3
105
B
13.5
4.5
67
215.3
A
243 max.
A
A
A
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in four places.)
B: M4
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening torque (recommended): 1.27 N·m
30
S8VM
Mounting Bracket G (DIN Rail Mounting for 300-W Models)
S82Y-VM30D
Using the Mounting Bracket
5.5
60
102.3
46
215.3
67
6.6
(Sliding: 12 max.)
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in
four places.)
Mounting screw tightening torque
(recommended): 1.27 N·m
243 max.
9.5
A
A
Note: Use a metal DIN Rail when mounting a 300-W model to a DIN Rail.
A
A
Mounting Bracket H (Bottom Mounting for 600-W Models)
S82Y-VM60B
Using the Mounting Bracket
B
72
B
100
Three, 4.5 dia.
8
6
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws
in four places.)
B: M4
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening
torque (recommended):
1.27 N·m
202
215
B
A
A
A
A
Mounting Bracket I (Horizontal Bottom Mounting for 600-W Models)
S82Y-VM60S
Using the Mounting Bracket
B
B
52
84
Three, 4.5 dia.
16
8
6
202
215
B
A
A
A
A
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied
screws in four places.)
B: M4
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening
torque (recommended):
1.27 N·m
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Mounting Bracket J (Front Mounting for 600-W Models)
S82Y-VM60F
Using the Mounting Bracket
Two, 4.5 dia.
B
98
82
5
B
105
102.3
B
13.5
222.3
4.5
105
257 max.
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in
four places.)
B: M4
(three places)
Mounting screw tightening torque
(recommended): 1.27 N·m
A
A
A
A
Mounting Bracket K (DIN Rail Mounting for 600-W Models)
S82Y-VM60D
Using the Mounting Bracket
98
102.3
105
222.3
6.6
(Sliding: 12 max.)
257 max.
9.5
Note: Use a metal DIN Rail when mounting a 600-W model to a DIN Rail.
A
A
A
A
Screws Used
A: Accessories
(Use the supplied screws in
four places.)
Mounting screw tightening torque
(recommended): 1.27 N·m
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■ Other Items Sold Separately
Name
Model
Undervoltage Alarm Output Wiring Cable
S82Y-VM10H
Signal I/O Connector Terminals and Housing
Set contains ten SPHD-001T-P0.5 Terminals and one PHDR-12VS Housing.
S82Y-VM30C
Replacement Fan Unit for 300-W Models
S82Y-VM30FAN
Replacement Fan Unit for 600-W Models
S82Y-VM60FAN
Replacement Fan Unit for a 1,500-W Model
S82Y-VM15FAN
Undervoltage Alarm Output Wiring Cable
S82Y-VM10H (for S8VM-05024A@/05024P@/10024A@/10024P@/15024A@/15024P@ Only)
Using the Undervoltage Alarm
Output Wiring Cable
:
to
XHP-3 (Manufactured by JST)
: AWG24
3,000±50
Note: The signal I/O connector can
be connected in only one
orientation. It cannot be
connected if it is upside down.
■ Signal I/O Connector Terminals and Housing
S82Y-VM30C (for the S8VM-300@@C/600@@C/15224C)
The S82Y-VM30C is used to make a signal I/O connector. Refer to Signal I/O Connector Harness Manufacture Method on page 35 for details.
■ DIN Rail
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
Mounting Rail (Material: Aluminum)
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
7.3±0.15
4.5
35±0.3
15
25
10
25
25
10
25
27±0.15
1
15(5) *
1,000 (500) *
*Values in parentheses
are for the PFP-50N.
Mounting Rail (Material: Aluminum)
16
PFP-100N2
4.5
35±0.3 27
15
25
10
25
25
1,000
10
25
15
24
29.2
1
1.5
Mounting Rail (Order Separately)
End Plate
PFP-M
10
6.2
M4 × 8
pan-head
screw
50
1.8
1
1.8
35.5 35.5
11.5
1.3
10
M4 spring
washer
4.8
Note: If there is a possibility that the Unit will be subjected to vibration or impact, metallic filings may be generated by abrasion. In this situation, use a
metal DIN Rail. Also, if the Unit may be subjected to sliding to either side, attach an End Plate (Model PFP-M) on each side of the Unit.
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Safety Precautions
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Power Supplies.
Standard Mounting
Standard Mounting
(DIN Rail Mounting Bracket Models) (Bottom Mounting Models)
!CAUTION
(See note 1.)
(See
note 1.)
Minor electric shock, fire, or Product failure may
occasionally occur. Do not disassemble, modify, or repair
the Product or touch the interior of the Product.
(See
note 1.)
Minor burns may occasionally occur. Do not touch the
Product while power is being supplied or immediately
after power is turned OFF.
Fire may occasionally occur. Tighten terminal screws to
the specified torque.
15-, 30-, 50-, 100-, and 150-W models (1.6 N·m)
300-, 600-, and 1,500-W models (M4; 1.6 N·m,
M5; 2.50 N·m, M8 bolts and nuts; 10.8 N·m)
(See note 1.)
(See note 3.)
Horizontal Mounting
Face-up Mounting
(See note 1.)
(See
note 1.)
(See note 2.)
Minor injury due to electric shock may occasionally occur.
Do not touch the terminals while power is being supplied.
Capacity
15 W
The amount of installation spacing required between Power Supplies
depends on the capacity. Refer to the following table.
15/30/50/100/150-W Models
Natural cooling is used, so mount the Power Supply so that there is
airflow around it.
Improper mounting will interfere with heat dissipation and may occasionally result in deterioration or damage of internal parts. Use the
Power Supply within the derating curve for the mounting direction
that is used.
The internal parts may possibly be damaged if mounting screws are
over inserted. Refer to Dimensions on page 21 to 21 for maximum
depth of insertion inside the Power Supply.
20 mm min.
50 W
100 W
50 mm min. (See note.)
(See note 1.)
150 W
3. A metal plate is recommended
as the mounting surface.
Mounting
When cutting out holes for mounting, make sure that cuttings do not
enter the interior of the Power Supply.
(See note 3.)
Dimensions
30 W
■ Precautions for Safe Use
Use the metal plate as the mounting panel.
(See note 3.)
Note: 1. Convection of air
2.
Minor electric shock, fire, or Product failure may
occasionally occur. Do not allow any pieces of metal or
conductors or any clippings or cuttings resulting from
installation work to enter the Product.
Ensure sufficient heat dissipation when installing the Power Supply
to increase its long-term reliability.
(See note 2.)
(See note 2.)
Note: If more than one S8VM-100@@@@/150@@@@ Power Supply
is mounted together, install them as far away from sources of
heat as possible. If only 20 mm of space is available on the right
and left sides of a Power Supply (see note 2.), use the Power
Supply at a load ratio of 80% or less.
300/600/1,500-W Models
A forced-air cooling method with a fan is used. To ensure sufficient
cooling, do not cover the air holes located on the side the fan is
mounted and the opposite side.
Improper mounting will interfere with heat dissipation and may occasionally result in deterioration or damage of internal parts. Do not
use the Power Supply in any mounting direction other than those
specified.
The internal parts may possibly be damaged if mounting screws are
over inserted. The screws must not protrude more than 6 mm inside
the Power Supply.
(See note 4.)
(See note 2.)
(See note 3.)
(See
note
1.)
(See
note
1.)
(See note 5.)
S8VM
Note: 1. Convection of air
2. 50 mm or more
3. (S8VM-300@@C/600@@C): 50 mm or more
(S8VM-15224C): 100 mm or more
4. 20 mm or more
5. Use a metal plate as the mounting panel.
Wiring
Connect the ground completely. A protective earthing connection
stipulated in safety standards is used. Electric shock or malfunction
may occur if the ground is not connected completely.
Minor fire may possibly occur. Ensure that input and output terminals
are wired correctly.
Do not apply more than 100-N force to the terminal block when
tightening it.
Be sure to remove the sheet covering the Power Supply for
machining before power-ON so that it does not interfere with heat
dissipation.
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Use the following material for the wires to be connected to the S8VM
to prevent smoking or ignition caused by abnormal loads.
Over heating or fire can result from inadequately sized wiring
materials when problems occur at the load. As a general rule, always
select wire sizes suitable for at least 1.6 times the rated current.
Refer to the wiring manufacturer's recommended allowable current
and voltage drop specifications for information when selecting wiring
materials.
Recommended Wire Sizes
Terminal
Model
Input
S8VM-015@@@@
S8VM-030@@@@
S8VM-050@@@@
S8VM-100@@@@
S8VM-150@@@@
S8VM-300@@C
S8VM-600@@C
S8VM-15224C
Output S8VM-015@@@@
S8VM-030@@@
S8VM-050@@@@
S8VM-100@@@@
S8VM-150@@@@
(M3.5)
Recommended wire size
AWG24 to AWG14
(0.205 to 2.081 mm2)
(M4)
AWG20 to AWG10
(0.52 to 5.27 mm2)
(M3.5)
AWG24 to AWG14
(0.205 to 2.081 mm2)
Be sure to prepare the connector according to the following instructions to ensure correct wiring. For details, refer to the JST catalog.
• Use a wire size of AWG26 to AWG22.
• The guideline for the length of sheath to be stripped from the wire is
2.3 mm.
• Use a YC Crimping Tool (manufactured by JST) to crimp the terminal and wire.
• Applicable wire per barrel size is UL1007 (standard wire) and its
equivalent standard wire can be used. Use UL1061 or its equivalent standard wire for AWG22 wires, because the wire insulation
outer diameter of UL1061 is small.
• Be sure to insert the crimped terminal wires into the housing fully
until a click is heard. Also, make sure that the wires attached to the
housing are securely locked in place.
Installation Environment
AWG24 to AWG12
(0.205 to 3.309 mm2)
S8VM-30005/12C/15C
AWG16 to AWG10
(M4)
(1.32 to 5.27 mm2)
S8VM-30024C
Twisted wires
(M4)
AWG18 (0.81 mm2)
S8VM-60005C/12C/15C
AWG14 to AWG8
(M5)
(2.08 to 8.3 mm2)
S8VM-60024C
Twisted wires
(M5)
AWG14 (2.08 mm2)
S8VM-15224C
(M8 bolts AWG8 to AWG4
and nuts) (8.3 to 21.09 mm2)
(M4)
The current rating for the output terminals on the S8VM-300@@C is
40 A per terminal. The current rating for the output terminals on the
S8VM-600@@C is 60 A per terminal. Use two terminals together if a
current exceeding the terminal rating is used.
Use min. 60°C or 60/75°C wire.
Use copper conductors only.
Undervoltage Alarm Output Connector
Harness Manufacture Method
Do not use the Power Supply in locations subject to shocks or
vibrations. In particular, install the Power Supply as far away as
possible from contactors or other devices that are a vibration source.
Install the Power Supply well away from any sources of strong, highfrequency noise and surge.
Operating Life
The life of a Power Supply is determined by the life of the electrolytic
capacitors used inside. Here, Arrhenius Law applies, i.e., the life will
be halved for each rise of 10°C or the life will be doubled for each
drop of 10°C. The life of the Power Supply can thus be increased by
reducing its internal temperature.
Ambient Operating and Storage
Environments
Store the Power Supply at a temperature of −25 to 65°C and a
humidity of 25% to 90%.
The Internal parts may occasionally be deteriorated or damaged.
Do not use the Power Supply outside the derating range (i.e., under
conditions indicated by the shaded area (
) in the derating
curve diagrams on pages 11 and 15.)
Use the Power Supply at a humidity of 30% to 85%.
The following products are provided with the S8VM-05024A@/P@,
S8VM-10024A@/P@ and S8VM-15024A@/P@ for the undervoltage
alarm transistor output wiring.
Do not use the Power Supply in locations subject to direct sunlight.
Connector
Overload Protection
S8VMS8VM-10024A@/P@ Manu05024A@/P@ S8VM-15024A@/P@ factured
by JST
S3B-XH-A-1 BH3B-XH-2
Housing (provided) XHP-3
Terminal (provided) BXH-001T-P0.6 or SXH-001T-P0.6
Be sure to prepare the connector according to the following instructions to ensure correct wiring. For details, refer to the JST catalog.
• Use a wire size of AWG28 to AWG22.
• The guideline for the length of sheath to be stripped from the wire is
2.1 to 2.6 mm.
• Use either a YC or YRS Crimping Tool (manufactured by JST) to
crimp the terminal and wire.
• Be sure to insert the crimped terminal wires into the housing fully
until a click is heard. Also, make sure that the wires attached to the
housing are securely locked in place.
Signal I/O Connector Harness
Manufacture Method
The S8VM-300@@C/600@@C/15224C are using PHD connector
(manufactured by JST).
Connector
S8VM-300@@C/600@@C/15224C
S12B-PHDSS
Housing
PHDR-12VS
Terminal
SPHD-001T-P0.5 or BPHD-001T-P0.5
Manufactured
by JST
Do not use the Power Supply in locations where liquids, foreign
matter, or corrosive gases may enter the interior of the Power Supply.
If the Power Supply has been short-circuited or supplied with an
overcurrent for longer than 30 seconds, the internal parts of the
Power Supply may occasionally be deteriorated or damaged.
Internal parts may possibly be deteriorated or damaged if the Power
Supply is used for applications with frequent inrush current or
overloading at the load end. Do not use the Power Supply for such
applications.
Dielectric Strength Test
If a high voltage is applied between an input and the case (PE/FG), it
will pass though the LC of the built-in noise filter and energy will be
stored. If the high voltages used for dielectric strength testing are
turned ON and OFF with a switch, timer, or similar device, impulse
voltage will be generated when the voltage is turned OFF and
internal parts may possibly be damaged. To prevent the generation
of impulse voltages, reduce the applied voltage slowly with a variable
resistor on the test device or turn the voltage ON and OFF at the
zero-cross point.
When performing the test, be sure to short-circuit all the output
terminals to protect them from damage.
Check the waveform of the applied voltage while testing. High
voltage due to distortions of the applied voltage may be produced
depending on the type of testing equipment.
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Insulation Test
Series Operation
When performing the test, be sure to short-circuit all the output
terminals to protect them from damage.
Two Power Supplies can be connected in series.
The (±) voltage output can be accomplished with two Power Supplies.
Inrush Current
Series Operation
When two or more Power Supplies are connected to the same input,
inrush current is added to the total current. Select fuses and circuit
breakers giving sufficient consideration to the fusing or operating
characteristics so that fuses will not burn and breakers will not break
due to inrush current.
Output Voltage Adjuster (V.ADJ)
Default Setting: Set at the rated voltage
Adjustable Range: Adjustable with output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ) on
the front panel of the Power Supply from −20% to 20% of the rated
output voltage (−10% to 20% of the rated voltage for S8VM@@@24A@/P@). Turning clockwise increases the output voltage and
turning counterclockwise decreases the output voltage.
The output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ) may possibly be damaged if it is
turned with unnecessary force. Do not turn the adjuster with
excessive force.
After completing output voltage adjustment, be sure that the output
capacity or output current does not exceed the rated output capacity
or rated output current.
The output voltage may increase beyond the allowable voltage range
(up to +20% of the rated voltage) depending on the operation of the
output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ). When adjusting the output voltage,
check the output voltage of the Power Supply and be sure that the
load is not damaged.
When increasing the output voltage to more than +20% of the rated
value using the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ), the overvoltage
protection function may operate.
(S8VM-@@@24A@/P@ Only)
Turn the output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ) slowly. When decreasing the
output voltage quickly, or when adjusting the output voltage to less
than −10% of the rated value, the undervoltage alarm function may
operate.
Ripple
AC (L)
+V
AC (N)
−V
AC (L)
+V
AC (N)
−V
Output Voltage (±)
AC (L)
+V
AC (N)
−V
AC (L)
+V
AC (N)
−V
Note: 1. If the load is short-circuited, a reverse voltage may be applied inside the Power Supply unit, and this may possibly
cause the deterioration or damage of the Power Supply unit.
Connect the diode as shown in the figures. Use the following
guidelines to select the diode to be connected.
Type
Schottky Barrier diode
Dielectric strength Twice the rated output voltage or
above
(VRRM)
Forward current (IF) Twice the rated output current or
above
2. Though Power Supplies having different specifications can
be connected in series, the current flowing through the load
must not exceed the smaller rated output current.
Parallel Operation
(S8VM-15224C Only)
The rated ripple noise voltage was measured using a measuring circuit that conforms to the JEITA standard RC-9131A.
+V
S8VM
CN
+
C1
−V
15/30/50/100/150-W Models
The Power Supply is not designed for parallel operation.
Incorrect
C2
+V +S −V −S
Load
Coaxial cable
1.5 m 50 Ω
R: 50 Ω
C1: 4700 pF
C2: 22 uF
C3: 0.47 uF
R
C3
AC (L)
+V
AC (N)
−V
AC (L)
+V
AC (N)
−V
Oscilloscope
Frequency band
100 MHz
Dielectric Strength
When testing the dielectric strength, some testing devices will apply
a much higher voltage than expected. Always check the applied
waveform before testing the dielectric strength.
Remote Sensing Function
100/150-W Models
If the +S and −S terminals are opened by removing the short bar, the
overvoltage protection function will be activated and the output voltage will be cut off.
300/600/1,500-W Models
The stability and accuracy of the output will deteriorate if the +S and
− S pins are open. Always connect the +S and −S pins.
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300/600/1,500-W Models
Check the overheat protected status.
If the CB pin (pin 5 on CN) and the CBG pin (pin 6 on CN) are connected, the current balance function will operate and parallel operation will be possible at 80% or less of the total output capacity.
Turn OFF the input power and leave it OFF until the Power Supply
cools sufficiently. Turn it ON again to see if this clears the condition.
Up to 2 Power Supplies can be connected.
Check if the built-in fan motor has stopped.
Check if the built-in fan motor has stopped. The fan is a consumable
part.
Correct
AC (N)
CN
CB
AC (L)
AC (N)
+V
Check the remote control function.
−V
Check if the +RC and -RC pins are open. Make the correct connections as specified.
S8VM
CB
S8VM
CBG
*1
CBG
CN
+V
−V
Use 2-conductor shielded cable as connection wire (* 1).
Adjust the output voltage of each Power Supply to the same value
within 1% of the rated voltage or so that the difference in the output
voltage is 100 mV or less, whichever is smaller, using the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ).
Parallel operation is used to increase static capacity. The output voltage may drop with sudden load fluctuations.
There may be steps in the rising waveform of the output voltage during parallel operation.
Remove the standard supplied connector and prepare a connector
harness separately.
In Case There Is No Output Voltage
Fan Replacement
300/600/1,500-W Models
Consult with OMRON regarding fan replacement. OMRON will
replace fans for a fee. A replacement Fan Unit (S82Y-VM@@FAN) is
available. Use the curve in the graph below as a rough measure of
replacement timing.
Expected service life (years)
AC (L)
10
7
5
3
2
15/30/50/100/150-W Models
The possible cause for no output voltage may be that the overload
protection or overvoltage protection has operated. The internal protection circuit may operate if a large amount of surge voltage such as
a lightening surge is applied to the input.
If there is no output voltage even after checking the following points
please contact your OMRON representative.
1
0
40
50
60
70
80
100
Exhaust temperature: °C
Note: Expected fan service life
Exhaust temperature 45°C: 45,000 hours
Exhaust temperature 80°C: 11,000 hours
The Power Supply will not conform to safety standards if the customer replaces the fan.
Check the overload protected status.
Check whether the load is in overload status or is short-circuited.
Remove the load wires when checking.
Attempt to clear the overvoltage or internal protection
function.
Turn OFF the input power once and leave it OFF for at least 3 minutes. Then turn it ON again to see if this clears the condition.
Check whether the +S terminal and −S terminal are open, i.e., if the
short bar has been removed. (S8VM-100@@@@/S8VM-150@@@@
only)
Check if the output voltage has been adjusted to more than +20% of
the rated voltage using the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ).
300/600/1,500-W Models
The possible cause for no output voltage may be that the overcurrent
protection, overvoltage protection, or overheat protection has operated. Alternatively, the built-in fan may have stopped or the remote
control function may be OFF.
Buzzing Noise when the Input Is
Turned ON
50/100/150/300/600/1,500-W Models
A harmonic current suppression circuit is built into the input power.
This circuit can create noise when the input is turned ON, but it will
last only until internal operation stabilizes and does not indicate any
problem in the Power Supply.
DIN Rail Mounting
15/30/50/100/150/300/600-W Models
When mounting to a DIN Rail, lower the
S8VM onto the Rail until the Rail stopper
clicks into place, hook section A over the
edge of the Rail and push in the direction of
B.
(A)
If there is no output voltage even after checking the following five
points, please contact your OMRON representative.
Check the overload protected status.
Check whether the load is in overload status or is short-circuited.
Remove the load wires when checking.
(B)
To remove the S8VM from the DIN
Rail, insert a screwdriver into section
C and pull the S8VM away from the
Rail.
Attempt to clear the overvoltage protection function.
Turn OFF the input power once and leave it OFF for at least 3 minutes. Then turn it ON again to see if this clears the condition.
Check whether the +S terminal and −S terminal are open.
30 mm min.
(C)
Rail stopper
Check if the output voltage has been adjusted to more than +20% of
the rated voltage using the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ).
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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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Terms and Conditions Agreement
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.
Warranties.
(a) Exclusive Warranty. Omron’s exclusive warranty is that the Products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of twelve months from the date of sale by Omron (or such other period expressed in writing by Omron). Omron
disclaims all other warranties, express or implied.
(b) Limitations. OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ABOUT
NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. BUYER
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IT ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE
PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE.
Omron further disclaims all warranties and responsibility of any type for claims or expenses based on infringement by the
Products or otherwise of any intellectual property right. (c) Buyer Remedy. Omron’s sole obligation hereunder shall be, at
Omron’s election, to (i) replace (in the form originally shipped with Buyer responsible for labor charges for removal or
replacement thereof) the non-complying Product, (ii) repair the non-complying Product, or (iii) repay or credit Buyer an amount
equal to the purchase price of the non-complying Product; provided that in no event shall Omron be responsible for warranty,
repair, indemnity or any other claims or expenses regarding the Products unless Omron’s analysis confirms that the Products
were properly handled, stored, installed and maintained and not subject to contamination, abuse, misuse or inappropriate
modification. Return of any Products by Buyer must be approved in writing by Omron before shipment. Omron Companies shall
not be liable for the suitability or unsuitability or the results from the use of Products in combination with any electrical or
electronic components, circuits, system assemblies or any other materials or substances or environments. Any advice,
recommendations or information given orally or in writing, are not to be construed as an amendment or addition to the above
warranty.
See http://www.omron.com/global/ or contact your Omron representative for published information.
Limitation on Liability; Etc.
OMRON COMPANIES SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
LOSS OF PROFITS OR PRODUCTION OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS,
WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED IN CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY.
Further, in no event shall liability of Omron Companies exceed the individual price of the Product on which liability is asserted.
Suitability of Use.
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes or regulations which apply to the
combination of the Product in the Buyer’s application or use of the Product. At Buyer’s request, Omron will provide applicable
third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use which apply to the Product. This information by itself
is not sufficient for a complete determination of the suitability of the Product in combination with the end product, machine,
system, or other application or use. Buyer shall be solely responsible for determining appropriateness of the particular Product
with respect to Buyer’s application, product or system. Buyer shall take application responsibility in all cases.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCT FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY OR IN LARGE
QUANTITIES WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS,
AND THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT(S) IS PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE
OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
Programmable Products.
Omron Companies shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable Product, or any consequence
thereof.
Performance Data.
Data presented in Omron Company websites, catalogs and other materials is provided as a guide for the user in determining
suitability and does not constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of Omron’s test conditions, and the user must correlate
it to actual application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the Omron’s Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
Change in Specifications.
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons. It is our
practice to change part numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when significant construction changes are
made. However, some specifications of the Product may be changed without any notice. When in doubt, special part numbers
may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for your application. Please consult with your Omron’s representative at
any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased Product.
Errors and Omissions.
Information presented by Omron Companies has been checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is
assumed for clerical, typographical or proofreading errors or omissions.
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In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice.
OMRON Corporation
Industrial Automation Company
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