Switch Mode Power Supply S8TS CSM_S8TS_DS_E_7_1 Block-type Switch Mode Power Supply That Mounts to DIN Rail • One model covers 30 to 120 W (12-V models). • One model covers 60 to 240 W (24-V models). • Easy creation of multi-power supply configurations with different output power supplies connected together (5-V, 12-V, and 24-V models). • Improve power supply system reliability by creating N+1 redundant systems (12-V and 24-V models). • RoHS-compliant • Input conditions: 80 to 370 VDC supported for DC input too (EC Directives and safety standards are not applicable.) • Operating temperatures to –20°C (24-V 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 12. Model Number Structure ■ Model Number Legend Note: Not all combinations are possible. Refer to List of Models in Ordering Information, below. S8TS-@@@@@@-@@ 1 2 1. Capacity 025: 25 W 030: 30 W 060: 60 W 3 4 2. Output Voltage 05: 12: 24: 5V 12 V 24 V 3. Structure None: Screw terminals F: Connector terminals 4. Bus Line Connectors None: Basic Block only E1: One S8T-BUS01 and one S8T-BUS02 included as accessories Ordering Information Note: For details on normal stock models, contact your nearest OMRON representative. ■ List of Models Basic Block Output voltage 5V 12 V 24 V Output current 5A 2.5 A 2.5 A Screw terminal Model With Bus Line Without Bus Line Connectors Connectors (See note 1.) (See note 2.) --S8TS-02505 S8TS-03012-E1 S8TS-03012 S8TS-06024-E1 S8TS-06024 Connector terminal Model (See note 3.) Without Bus Line With Bus Line Connectors Connectors (See note 1.) (See note 2.) --S8TS-02505F S8TS-03012F-E1 S8TS-03012F S8TS-06024F-E1 S8TS-06024F Bus Line Connector Specifications Connector with DC line connected (For parallel operation) Number of Connectors Model number 1 Connector S8T-BUS01 10 Connectors (See note 4.) S8T-BUS11 Connector with DC line not connected 1 Connector S8T-BUS02 (Not for parallel operation) 10 Connectors (See note 5.) S8T-BUS12 Note: 1. One S8T-BUS01 Connector and one S8T-BUS02 Connector are included as accessories. 2. Bus Line Connectors are ordered separately. When connecting Power Supplies with Bus Line Connectors, order the Bus Line Connectors separately. 3. Attached connectors: 2ESDPLM-05P (for output terminal) and 3ESDPLM-03P (for input terminal) made by DINKLE ENTERPRISE. 4. One package contains 10 S8T-BUS01 Connectors. 5. One package contains 10 S8T-BUS02 Connectors. 1 S8TS Specifications ■ Ratings/Characteristics 12/24-V Models (Basic Block: S8TS-06024@/S8TS-03012@) Item Efficiency (TYP.) Input Voltage (See note 1.) Frequency (See note 1.) Current 100 V input 200 V input Output (See note 4.) Additional functions Other Power factor Harmonic current emissions Leakage current 100 V input 240 V input Inrush current 100 V input (See note 5.) 200 V input Voltage adjustment range Ripple Input variation influence Load variation influence Temperature variation influence Startup time Hold time (See note 5.) Overload protection (See note 5.) Overvoltage protection (See notes 5 and 6.) Parallel operation N+1 redundant system Series operation Undervoltage indicator (See note 5.) Undervoltage detection output (See note 5.) Ambient operating temperature (See note 5.) Storage temperature Ambient operating humidity Dielectric strength Single operation Parallel operation 24-V models: 80% TYP. ; 12-V models: 73% TYP. (with rated input, 100% load) Ratings: 100 to 240 VAC (Allowable range: 85 to 264 VAC, 80 to 370 VDC (See note 8.)) 50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz) 24-V models: 1.0 A max. 24-V models: 1.0 A × (No. of Blocks) max. 12-V models: 0.7 A max. 12-V models: 0.7 A × (No. of Blocks) max. 24-V models: 0.5 A max. 24-V models: 0.5 A × (No. of Blocks) max. 12-V models: 0.4 A max. 12-V models: 0.4 A × (No. of Blocks) max. 24-V models: 0.9 min.; 12-V models: 0.8 min. (with rated input, 100% load) Conforms to EN61000-3-2 0.35 mA max. 0.35 mA × (No. of Blocks) max. 0.7 mA max. 0.7 mA × (No. of Blocks) max. 17.5 A max. (for a cold start at 25°C) 17.5 A × (No. of Blocks) max. (for a cold start at 25°C) 35 A max. (for a cold start at 25°C) 35 A × (No. of Blocks) max. (for a cold start at 25°C) 24-V models: 22 to 28 V 12-V models: 12 V ±10% (with V.ADJ) (See note 2.) 2% (p-p) max. 0.5% max. (with 85 to 264 VAC input, 100% load) 2% max. (with rated input, 10% to 100% load) 3% max. (with rated input, 10% to 100% load) 0.05%/°C max. (with rated input and output) 1,000 ms max. (with 100/200 VAC, rated input) 20 ms min. (with 100/200 VAC, rated input) 105% to 140% of rated load current, voltage drop, 100% to 140% of rated load current, voltage drop, auautomatic reset tomatic reset Yes Yes (Up to 4 Blocks) Yes (Up to 5 Blocks) Yes Yes (color: red) Yes (open collector output), 30 VDC max., 50 mA max. Refer to the derating curve in Engineering Data (with no icing or condensation). −25 to 65°C 25% to 85% (Storage humidity: 25% to 90%) 3.0 kVAC for 1 minute (between all inputs and all outputs; detection current: 20 mA) 2.0 kVAC for 1 minute (between all inputs and PE terminal; detection current: 20 mA) 1.0 kVAC for 1 minute (between all outputs and PE terminal; detection current: 20 mA) Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. (between all outputs, and all inputs/PE terminal) at 500 VDC Vibration resistance (See note 7.) 10 to 55 Hz, 0.375-mm single amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance (See note 7.) 150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, and ±Z directions Output indicator Yes (color: green) EMI Conducted Emission Conforms to EN61204-3 EN55011 Class B and based on FCC Class A (See note 9.) (See note 8.) Radiated Emission Conforms to EN61204-3 EN55011 Class B (See note 9.) EMS (See note 8.) Conforms to EN61204-3 High severity levels (See note 9.) Approved standards (See note 8.) 24V model UL Listed: UL508 (Listing, Class2 Output: Per UL1310) (See note 3.) UL UR: UL60950-1 (Recognition) cUL Listed: CSA C22.2 No.107.1 (Class2 Output: Per CSA C22.2 No.223) (See note 3.) cUR: CSA C22.2 No.60950-1 EN/VDE: EN50178 (=VDE0160) , EN60950-1 (=VDE0805 Teil1) Weight 12V model UL Listed: UL508 (Listing) UL UR: UL60950-1 (Recognition) cUL Listed: CSA C22.2 No.107.1 cUR: CSA C22.2 No.60950-1 EN/VDE: EN50178 (=VDE0160) , EN60950-1 (=VDE0805 Teil1) 450 g max. 450 g × (No. of Blocks) 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 page 7 for details on adjusting the output voltage for parallel operation. If set to less than −10%, the undervoltage detection function may operate. Ensure that the output capacity and output current after adjustment do not exceed the rated output capacity and rated output current respectively. Adjusting V.ADV may cause the output voltage to exceed the voltage range. When adjusting the output voltage, confirm the actual output voltage from the Power Supply and be sure that the load is not damaged. 3. Class 2 approval does not apply to parallel operation. 4. The output current is specified at power output terminals. 5. Refer to the Engineering Data on page 8 for details. 6. To reset the protection, turn OFF the input power for one minute or longer and then turn it back again. 7. Be sure to mount End Plates (PFP-M) on both ends of the Power Supply. 8. The range for compliance with EC Directives and safety standards (UL, EN, etc.) is 100 to 240 VAC (85 to 264 VAC). 9. The noise level depends on the wiring method and other factors. Insert one clamp filter (the ZCAT2436-1330A from TDK) as a noise countermeasure on the input line and ground line combined. 2 S8TS 5-V Models (Basic Block: S8TS-02505@) Item Single operation Efficiency (typical) Input 73% TYP. (with rated input, 100% load) Voltage (See note 1.) Ratings: 100 to 240 VAC (Allowable range: 85 to 264 VAC, 80 to 370 VDC (See note 8.)) Frequency (See note 1.) 50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz) Current 100 V input 0.7 A max. 200 V input 0.4 A max. Power factor 0.8 min. (with rated input, 100% load) Harmonic current emissions Conforms to EN61000-3-2 Leakage current 100 V input 0.35 mA max. Inrush current (See note 5.) Output (See note 3.) Additional functions Other 240 V input 0.7 mA max. 100 V input 17.5 A max. (for a cold start at 25°C) 200 V input 35 A max. (for a cold start at 25°C) Voltage adjustment range 5 V ± 10% (with V. ADJ) (See note 2.) Ripple 2% (p-p) max. Input variation influence 0.5% max. (with 85 to 264 VAC input, 100% load) Temperature variation influence 0.05%/°C max. (with rated input and output) Load variation influence 1.5% max. (with rated input, 10% to 100% load) Startup time (See note 4.) 1,000 ms max. (with 100/200 VAC, rated input) Hold time (See note 4.) 20 ms min. (with 100/200 VAC, rated input) Overload protection (See note 4.) 105% to 140% of rated load current, voltage drop, automatic reset Overvoltage protection (See notes 4 and 5.) Yes Parallel operation No N+1 redundant system No Series operation Yes (with the external diode) Undervoltage indicator (See note 4.) Yes (color: red) Undervoltage detection output (See note 4.) Yes (open collector output), 30 VDC max., 50 mA max. Ambient operating temperature (See note 4.) Refer to the derating curve in Engineering Data. Storage temperature −25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient operating humidity 25% to 85%, Storage: 25% to 90% Dielectric strength 3.0 kVAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 minute (between all inputs and all outputs; detection current: 20 mA) 2.0 kVAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 minute (between all inputs and PE terminal; detection current: 20 mA) 1.0 kVAC for 1 minute (between all outputs and PE terminal; detection current: 20 mA) Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. (between all outputs and inputs/PE terminal) at 500 VDC Vibration resistance (See note 6.) 10 to 55 Hz, 0.375-mm single amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance (See note 6.) 150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, and ±Z directions Output indicator Yes (color: green) EMI (See note 7.) Conducted Emission Conforms to EN61204-3 EN55011 Class B and based on FCC Class A Radiated Emission Conforms to EN61204-3 EN55011 Class B EMS (See note 7.) Conforms to EN61204-3 High severity levels Approved standards (See note 7.) UL Listed: UL508 (Listing) UL UR: UL60950-1 (Recognition) cUL Listed: CSA C22.2 No.107.1 cUR: CSA C22.2 No.60950-1 EN/VDE: EN50178 (=VDE0160), EN60950-1 (=VDE0805 Teil1) Weight 450 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. If set to less than −10%, the undervoltage detection function may operate. Ensure that the output capacity and output current after adjustment do not exceed the rated output capacity and rated output current respectively. If the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ) is turned, the voltage will increase by more than 10% of the output voltage, confirm the actual output voltage from the Power Supply and be sure that the load is not damaged. 3. The output current is specified at power output terminals. 4. Refer to the Engineering Data on page 8 for details. 5. To reset the protection, turn OFF the input power for one minute or longer and then turn it back again. 6. Be sure to mount End Plates (PFP-M) on both ends of the Power Supply. 7. The range for compliance with EC Directives and safety standards (UL, EN, etc.) is 100 to 240 VAC (85 to 264 VAC). ■ Reference Value Item Value Definition Reliability (MTBF) 250,000 hrs min. MTBF stands for Mean Time Between Failures, which is calculated according to the probability of accidental device failures, and indicates reliability of devices. Therefore, it does not necessarily represent the life of the product. 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. 3 S8TS Connections ■ Block Diagrams S8TS-06024@ and S8TS-03012@ AC (L) +V Fuse 4.0 A INPUT Noise filter DC OUTPUT AC (N) Rectifier Inrush current protection circuit Harmonic current suppression circuit (Power factor improvment) Smoothing circuit Rectifier and smoothing circuit Diode for N+1 redundant operation −V DC LOW OUT Drive control circuit Undervoltage indicator/output Current detection circuit Overcurrent detection circuit Voltage detection circuit Overvoltage detection circuit Photocoupler Connected to Bus Line Connector Connected to Bus Line Connector S8TS-02505@ AC(L) +V Fuse 4.0 A INPUT Noise filter DC OUTPUT −V AC(N) Rectifier Inrush current protection circuit Harmonic current suppression circuit (Power factor improvment) Smoothing circuit Rectifier and smoothing circuit DC LOW OUT Drive control circuit Undervoltage indicator/output Overcurrent detection circuit Voltage detection circuit Overvoltage detection circuit Photocoupler Connected to Bus Line Connector Connected to Bus Line Connector 4 S8TS Construction and Nomenclature ■ Nomenclature Basic Blocks with Screw Terminals (S8TS-@@@@@@) 1 10 1 2 3 L Basic Blocks with Connector Terminals (S8TS-@@@@@@F) 2 L N 3 10 N INPUT INPUT 50/60Hz AC100 -240V 1.0A 50/60Hz AC100 -240V 1.0A L L N N S8TS-06024F S8TS-06024 POWER SUPPLY +V POWER SUPPLY -V +V -V 4 5 6 DC ON 4 5 6 Class2 Power Supply DC LOW OUTPUT V.ADJ DC LOW DC24V 2.5A -V DC ON Class2 Power Supply DC LOW OUTPUT V.ADJ DC LOW DC24V 2.5A -V +V +V 7 8 9 10 7 8 9 10 A AC Input Terminal (L): Connect an input line to this terminal. B AC Input Terminal (N): Connect an input line to this terminal. C Protective Earth (PE) Terminal ( ): Connect a ground line to this terminal. D Output Indicator (DC ON: Green): Lights while DC output is ON. E Undervoltage Indicator (DC LOW: Red): Lights when the voltage at the output terminal drops. F Output Voltage Adjuster (V.ADJ): Use to adjust the output voltage. G Undervoltage Detection Output (DC LOW OUT): Open Collector output H DC Output Terminal (–V): Connect load lines to this terminal. I DC Output Terminal (+V): Connect load lines to this terminal. J Slider: Slide to the lock side when connecting. Unlock the slider when disconnecting. Connector with DC Line Connected S8T-BUS01 Bus Line Connector Connector with DC Line Not Connected S8T-BUS02 Bus Line Connector 1 1 2 2 7 3 4 5 8 8 3 6 A AC Input Terminal (L) B AC Input Terminal (N) C Protective Earth (PE) Terminal ( ) D Parallel Operation Signal Terminal E DC Output Terminal (+V) F DC Output Terminal (−V) G Selector H Connection Status Indicator 5 S8TS Operation ■ Application Methods Increasing Output Capacity Example for 24-V Models Block Power Supply Block Power Supply Output Capacity Number of Blocks Bus Line Connector S8T-BUS01 60 W 120 W 180 W 240 W 1 block 2 blocks 3 blocks 4 blocks Configuring Multiple Outputs AC input L N BUS01 +V -V 24 V 60 W 24 V 60 W S8T-BUS01 L N L N BUS02 BUS02 S8T-BUS02 Maximum Number of Blocks That Can Be Linked Basic Blocks can be linked using Bus Line Connectors. Increasing Output Capacity Models 12 V 30 W S8T-BUS02 5V 25 W 24 V 12 V 5 V 120 W 30 W 25 W Using Parallel Operation Use the S8T-BUS01 (DC line connected). (See Figure 1.) The S8T-BUS01 Bus Line Connector is equipped with a selector to prevent erroneous connection of Blocks with different output voltage specifications. Slide the selector to the output voltage for parallel operation. Number of Blocks N+1 Redundant System S8TS-02505@ No No S8TS-03012@ Up to 4 Blocks Up to 5 Blocks S8TS-06024@ Up to 4 Blocks Up to 5 Blocks Selector 24V 12V N+1 Redundant Systems To ensure stable operation when there is a failure in one of the Blocks, use within the derating curve for N+1 redundant systems. Multi-output Power Supply Up to 4 Basic Blocks with different output voltage specifications can be linked. Selecting Bus Line Connectors Note: Parallel operation is enabled by using a current balance function. For the current balance function to operate, the S8TBUS01 must be used. Not Using Parallel Operation Use the S8T-BUS02 (DC line not connected). (See Figure 2.) Select Bus Line Connectors according to the linking method as follows: S8T-BUS01 L N PE S8T-BUS02 L N PE L N PE L N PE −V+V −V+V AC Line DC Line −V+V −V+V Figure 1: DC line connected (parallel connection) Figure 2: DC line not connected (isolated connection) 6 S8TS Mounting and Removing Bus Line Connectors Pay attention to the following points to maintain electrical characteristics. ± Output Series Operation 24/12-V models L 5-V models L N 24/12-V models 5-V models L N L N N Do not insert/remove the Connectors more than 20 times. Do not touch the Connector terminals. To remove the Connectors, insert a flat-bladed screwdriver alternately at both ends. S8T -BUS02 Load S8T -BUS02 Load Load Load Load Load Adjusting Output Voltage for Parallel Operation The Blocks are factory-set to the rated output voltage. When adjusting output voltages, set the same values for Blocks with output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ) before linking them together. Adjust the set values within the limits given in the following table. Wiring Linked Blocks When linking Blocks together, wire input lines to one Basic Block only, otherwise inputs may be shorted internally resulting in damage to the Block. Do not wire inputs to more than one Incorrect L N L Model number Difference between output voltages S8TS-03012@ 0.12 V max. S8TS-06024@ 0.24 V max. Do not adjust output voltages after Blocks are linked together. The output voltage may become unstable. N Inrush Current −V+V Do not cross-wire Blocks or wire between a Block and another device. If the current exceeds the rated current, Bus Line Connectors may be damaged. Do not use cross-wire Blocks. The inrush current per Basic Block is 17.5 A max. at 100 VAC and 35 A max. at 200 VAC. When N Blocks are linked together, the inrush current will be equal to N times that for 1 Basic Block. Be sure to use a fuse with the appropriate fusing characteristics or a breaker with the appropriate tripping characteristics. Leakage Current Incorrect L N L N L N The leakage current per Basic Block is 0.35 mA max. at 100 VAC and 0.7 mA max. at 240 VAC. When N Blocks are linked together, the leakage current will be equal to N times that for 1 Basic Block. Mounting When Basic Blocks are linked together, it is necessary to wire the PE terminal of only one Basic Block, not all the Blocks. Mounting Direction Series Operation and ± Output Standard mounting Face-up mounting No Using 2 Basic Blocks enables series operation and the use of ± output. An external diode is not required for S8TS-06024@ and S8TS-03012@ models, but is required for S8TS-02505@ models. Use the following as a rough guide for selecting the diode. Other mounting methods No Type Schottky barrier diode Withstand voltage (VRRM) At least twice the rated output voltage Yes Use standard mounting only. Using any other mounting method will prevent proper hear dissipation and may result in deterioration or damage of internal parts. Correct Incorrect Current with normal direction (IF) At least twice the rated output current Note: Series operation is possible with different specifications, but the current that flows to the load must not exceed the rated output current of any Block. Standard mounting Face-up mounting 7 S8TS Engineering Data ■ Derating Curves Parallel Operation and Side-by-side Mounting Single Operation with Spaces between Blocks N+1 Redundant System 20 mm min. 200 V input (side-by-side mounting) 100 80 5/12-V Models 60 0 −20 −10 0 120 200 V input (side-by-side mounting) 100 80 60 0 −30 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) 80 20 0 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) 24-V Models 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) 24-V Models 120 200 V input 100 80 40 100 40 60 100/200-V input (parallel operation), 100-V input (side-by-side mounting) DC input 120 60 100 V input DC input 20 10 20 30 40 50 55 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) 24-V Models Load ratio (%) 80 Load ratio (%) 0 −20 −10 0 Note: 1. 2. 3. 4. 100 40 Load ratio (%) 20 20 200 V input 60 100/200-V input (parallel operation), 100-V input (side-by-side mounting) DC input 40 40 5/12-V Models 120 Load ratio (%) 120 Load ratio (%) Load ratio (%) 5/12-V Models 120 100 80 60 100 V input DC input 40 20 20 0 −30 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) 0 −30 −20 −10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Ambient temperature (°C) If there is a derating problem, use forced air-cooling. The ambient temperature is specified for a point 50 mm below the Power Supply. Use the rated output for single operation multiplied by N as a reference for the load ratio for an N+1 redundant system. DC Input: If the input voltage is less than 100 VDC, reduce the load to 0.8 or less times the values given in the above derating curves. 8 S8TS ■ Overload Protection The Power Supply is provided with an overload protection function that protects the Power Supply from possible damage by overcurrent. When the output current rises above 105% min. of the rated current (100% min. of the rated current for parallel operation), 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. ■ Inrush Current, Startup Time, Hold Time Input ON Input OFF AC input voltage Output voltage (V) Inrush current on input application AC input current 96.5% 90% Output voltage Startup time (1,000 ms max.) 0 50 100 Output current (%) The values shown in the above diagram are for reference only. Note: Internal parts may occasionally deteriorate or damaged if a short-circuited or overcurrent continues for 20 min. or longer. ■ Overvoltage Protection An overvoltage protection function is provided so that excessive voltage is not applied to the load, e.g., if the feedback circuit in the Power Supply fails. When a voltage that is approximately 120% of the rated voltage or more is output, the output voltage is shut OFF. Reset the input power by turning it OFF for at least 1 minute and then turning it back ON again. Output voltage (V) When a drop in the output voltage is detected, the red indicator (DC LOW) lights and transistor (DC LOW: OUT) output turns ON to provide external notification of the error. The detection voltage is set to approximately 80% (75% to 90%) of the rated output voltage. Status of indicator Green lit: ODC ON Red not lit: DC LOW Overvoltage protection operating Variable range 0V 24-V Models Voltage status Output status (See note 2.) Approx. 80% ON min. of the rated output voltage Approx. 80% OFF (See max. of the rated DC LOW note 3.) output voltage DC ON Red lit: +10% Rated output voltage –10% ■ Undervoltage Indicator and Undervoltage Detection Output Green lit: 12-V and 5-V Models Hold time (20 ms min.) Close to 0 V Green not lit: DC ON Red not lit: DC LOW OFF Note: 1. This function monitors the voltage at the power output terminals. For accurate confirmation of the output status, measure the voltage at the output terminal. 2. Transistor output: Open collector 30 VDC max., 50 mA max. ON residual voltage: 2 V max. OFF leakage current: 0.1 mA max. 3. The indicators become dimmer as the output voltage approaches 0 V. Output voltage (V) Undervoltage Detection Output Blocks with Screw Terminals Overvoltage protection operating −V 28 V Rated output voltage 22 V DC LOW OUT Blocks with Connector Terminals DC LOW OUT −V +V +V Variable range 0V The values shown in the above diagrams are for reference only. Note: Do not turn ON the input power again until the cause of the overvoltage has been removed. 9 S8TS Dimensions Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicted. S8TS-@@@@@ LOCK 4 10 2.5 L N INPUT 50/60Hz AC100 -240V 1.0A L N 100 S8TS-06024 POWER SUPPLY +V 120 35 80.7 -V DC ON Class2 Power Supply DC LOW OUTPUT V.ADJ DC LOW DC24V 2.5A -V +V 5.6 (Sliding: 15 max.) M4 with square washer 120 43 5 S8TS-@@@@@F LOCK 4 7.62 2.5 L N INPUT 50/60Hz AC100 -240V 1.0A L N S8TS-06024F POWER SUPPLY +V 120 35 80.7 -V DC ON Class2 Power Supply DC LOW OUTPUT V.ADJ DC LOW DC24V 2.5A -V +V 5.6 (Sliding: 15 max.) 5 120 5.08 43 ■ DIN Rails (Order Separately) Mounting Rails (Material: Aluminum) 7.3±0.15 PFP-100N PFP-50N 35±0.3 4.5 15 25 10 25 27±0.15 15(5)* 25 10 25 1000(500)* 1 *Values in parentheses are for the PFP-50N. 16 PFP-100N2 4.5 35±0.3 27 15 25 10 25 25 10 25 15 29.2 24 1 1.5 1000 End Plate 10 PFP-M 6.2 Eight, M4 pan-head screw 50 1.8 1 1.8 35.5 35.5 11.5 10 M4 spring washer 1.3 4.8 10 S8TS Application Examples Standardization Semiconductor manufacturing equipment Machines with various models or equipment with various power supply specifications Power Supplies with Multiple Outputs Packing machines Automobile manufacturers Large control panels Electrical appliance manufacturers Conveyors • Simplified designing and design changes. • Reduced stock and reduced purchasing funds. N+1 Redundant Systems Semiconductor utilities Process equipment Equipment and systems that use multiple power supplies or multiple power supply outputs • Simplified creation of power supplies with multiple outputs. Equipment and systems requiring higher reliability in the power supply N+1 Redundancy In an N+1 redundant system, N Power Supplies of the same model are linked in parallel connections and one additional Power Supply of the same model is added for redundancy. (N is 1 for a single operation system.) This setup increases system reliability. S8TS Operation No special settings are required for N+1 redundant operation with the S8TS. Just link Basic Blocks for redundant operation in parallel to enable N+1 redundant operation. A current balance function is used for S8TS N+1 redundant operation so that each Block provides the same current. If one Power Supply fails, the remaining Power Supplies share the load of the failed Power Supply, and operation continues with each Power Supply providing more current. The Power Supply that has failed can be identified by the output indicator, undervoltage indicator, and undervoltage detection output to enable replacing the Block with a normal Block. Always turn OFF the input power before replacing a Block. To increase Power Supply reliability, use only 90% or less of the maximum rated capacity for N Power Supplies even when N+1 Power Supplies are linked. Output capacity per Power Supply Process-control systems Output capacity during normal operation Output capacity when one Power Supply is down 11 S8TS Safety Precautions Refer to Safety Precautions for All Power Supplies. Wiring !CAUTION • Do not disassemble the product or touch internal parts during power-on. Electric shock may be caused. • Do not touch the product during power-on, and immediately after poweroff. Hot surface may cause heat injury. • Electrical shock or minor injury may occasionally occur. Do not touch the terminals while power is being supplied. Also, always attach the Terminal Cover after you complete wiring. While power is supplied, voltages up to 370 V are generated internally. The voltage can remain for 30 seconds after the power supply is turned OFF. • Do not remove any connector cover unless using bus line connectors. Electric shock may be caused. Ground the product completely. Failure to do so could cause the electric shock or malfunction. Ensure that input and output terminals are wired correctly. Use the following material to the wire to be applied to the product for preventing from the occurrence of the smoking or ignition caused by the abnormal load. Recommended Wire Type:(For Single unit operation) Do not apply more than 100-N force to the terminal block when tightening it. Use the following material for the wires to be connected to the S8TS to prevent smoking or ignition caused by abnormal loads. Recommended Wire Size for Single-unit Operation Model • Tighten the terminal screws with torque: 9.6 in-lb (1.08N·m), and tighten the connector screw and screw flange with torque: 2.7 in-lb (0.3N·m). Loose screws may cause fire. • Minor injury, fire, or device failure may occasionally occur. Do not allow any pieces of metal, conductors, or cuttings from installation work to enter the Power Supply. ■ Precautions for Safe Use Mounting Heat dissipation capacity may be decreased if a non-standard mounting method is used, occasionally resulting in damage to internal components. Use only the standard mounting method. To improve the long-term reliability of devices, give due consideration to heat dissipation when mounting. With the S8TS, heat is dissipated by natural convection. Mount Blocks in a way that allows convection in the atmosphere around them. Do not allow cuttings to enter the Power Supply during installation work. Be sure to remove the sheet covering the Power Supply for machining before turning ON the power so that it does not interfere with heat dissipation. *1 *1 *2 Recommended wire size S8TS-02505 AWG 14 to 18 (cross-sectional area: 0.823 to 2.081 mm2) S8TS-03012 S8TS-06024 AWG 14 to 18 (cross-sectional area: 0.823 to 2.081 mm2) S8TS-02505F AWG 12 to 18 (cross-sectional area: 0.823 to 3.309 mm2) S8TS-03012F S8TS-06024F AWG 12 to 20 (cross-sectional area: 0.517 to 3.309 mm2) Recommended Wire Size for Parallel Operation Model S8TS-03012 S8TS-06024 Recommended wire size For 2 Units con- AWG 14 to 18 (cross-sectional arnected in parallel ea: 0.823 to 2.081 mm2) For 3 Units con- AWG 14 to 16 (cross-sectional arnected in parallel ea: 1.309 to 2.081 mm2) For 4 Units con- AWG 14 (cross-sectional area: nected in parallel 2.081 mm2) S8TS-03012F For 2 Units con- AWG 12 to 18 (cross-sectional arS8TS-06024F nected in parallel ea: 0.823 to 3.309 mm2) For 3 Units con- AWG 12 to 16 (cross-sectional arnected in parallel ea: 1.309 to 3.309 mm2) For 4 Units con- AWG 12 to 14 (cross-sectional arnected in parallel ea: 2.081 to 3.309 mm2) Blocks with Connector Terminals When using Blocks with connector terminals, the current for 1 terminal must not exceed 7.5 A. If a higher current is required, use 2 terminals. *1 *1 *3 *4 *1. Convection of air *2. 75 mm min. *3. 75 mm min. *4. 10 mm min. When cutting out holes for mounting, make sure that cuttings do not enter the interior of the products. Do not insert/remove AC input connectors or DC output connector more than 20 times. Installation Environment Do not use the Power Supply in locations subject to shocks or vibrations. In particular, install the Power Supply as far as possible from contactors or other devices that are a vibration source. Be sure to mount End Plates (PFP-M) on both ends of the Power Supply. Install the Power Supply well away from any sources of strong, highfrequency noise and surge. 12 S8TS Ambient Operating and Storage Environments Do not use or store the Power Supply in the following locations. Doing so may result in failure, malfunction, or deterioration of performance characteristics. DIN Rail Mounting To mount the Block on a DIN Rail, hook portion (A) of the Block onto the Rail and press the Block in direction (B). (A) Do not use the Power Supply in locations subject to direct sunlight. Do not use the Power Supply in locations where the ambient temperature exceeds the range of the derating curve. Do not use the Power Supply in locations where the humidity is outside the range 25% to 85%, or locations subject to condensation due to sudden temperature changes. Do not store the Power Supply in locations where the ambient temperature is outside the range –25 to 65°C or where the humidity is outside the range 25% to 95%. (B) To dismount the Block, pull down portion (C) with a flat-blade screwdriver and pull out the Block. Do not use the Power Supply in locations where liquids, foreign matter, corrosive gases, or corrosive gases may enter the interior of the Power Supply. Short-circuits or overcurrent conditions that last for 20 seconds or longer may cause deterioration or damage to internal parts. Output Voltage Adjuster (V.ADJ) Do not exert excessive force on the output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ). Doing so may break the adjuster. Setting the output voltage adjuster (V.ADJ) to 90% or less of the rated output voltage may cause the undervoltage detection function to operate. Bus Line Connectors Do not apply strong shocks (e.g., by dropping) to the Bus Line Connectors. Doing so may result in damage. 30 mm min. (C) Rail stopper In Case There Is No Output Voltage If there is no output voltage, it is possible that overload protection or overvoltage protection is operating. It is also possible that the latch protection circuit is operating due to the application of a large surge, such as lightning surge. Confirm the 2 points below. If there is still no output voltage, consult your OMRON representative. • Checking for Overload Protection: Separate the load line and confirm that it is not in an overload state (including short-circuits). • Checking for Overvoltage Protection or Latch Protection: Turn the input power OFF, and then turn it ON again after 1 minute or more has elapsed. Buzzing Noise When the Input Is Turned ON 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 the internal operation stabilizes and does not indicate any problem in the Power Supply. 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. 13 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. 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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. 2015.6 In the interest of product improvement, specifications are subject to change without notice. OMRON Corporation Industrial Automation Company http://www.ia.omron.com/ (c)Copyright OMRON Corporation 2015 All Right Reserved.