Multi-channel Power Controller G3ZA CSM_G3ZA_DS_E_6_1 Optimum Cycle Control for High-precision Control with Low Noise ® • Smaller than a Normal Power Controller. • Enables low-noise power control in combination with zero-cross SSRs. (See note.) • One Controller can control up to 8 SSRs. • RS-485 communications to set manipulated variables and heater burnout detection. The Smart FB Library for the G3ZA can also be used. • CE Marking Main Upgraded Functions • Soft-start function added for lamp heaters. • Three-phase optimum cycle control added for three-phase heaters. • Combining with special CT for150-A current detection. Note: The G3ZA must be used in combination with an SSR without the zero cross function when the soft-start function is used. Refer to Safety Precautions on page 9. Features Comparison between the G3ZA and Normal Power Controllers Normal Power Controllers G3ZA Power Controllers Controlled Using Current Output of 4 Control Using Communications from a Host Device to 20 mA • Direct connection is possible using an EJ1 Modular Temperature Controller. PWR RUN ERR ALM EJ1-HFU EJ1N-TC4 or EJ1C EJ1N-TC2 -EDU COM1 COM2 COM3 PWR RUN ERR ALM 89ABC 89ABC EJ1-TC4 COM1 COM2 COM3 DEF SW1 ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 34567 SW2 SW2 34567 READY READY SD/RD SW1 SD/RD SW1 OCC SW2 ERROR SW1 OCC SW2 ERROR SW2 ERROR Power Controller G3ZA 4 to 20 mA commands PWR RUN ERR ALM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 READY OCC COM1 COM2 COM3 ON SW2 SD/RD Power Controller EJ1-TC4 DEF SW1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SW2 Power Controller PWR RUN ERR ALM ON 012 89ABC COM1 COM2 COM3 012 SW1 ON 012 012 SW1 Modular Temperature Controller (EJ1) EJ1-TC4 DEF DEF 89ABC EJ1N -HFU 34567 Multi-channel Temperature Controller 34567 Item Connections Eight SSRs Programmable Controller G3ZA Eight SSRs G3ZA Eight SSRs Programmable Controller RS-485 commands Serial Communications Unit (RS-485) Power controller Power controller Power controller Power controller 8 total Control method Phase Control • Response is fast and high-precision temperature control is possible. • Harmonics and noise are problems. G3ZA-8 SSR SSR SSR SSR 8 total Optimum Cycle Control (High-precision Zero Cross Control) • Outputs are turned ON and OFF each half cycle. • Zero-cross control is performed. • Noise is suppressed while achieving high-speed response with high-precision temperature control. 1 G3ZA Model Number Structure ■ Model Number Legend G3ZA- @ @ @ @ @ - @ - @ 1 No. 2 3 4 5 6 Meaning 7 Code Specifications 1 No. of control points 4 8 8 channels 2 Control method None 3 Heater burnout detection H A 4 channels No. Meaning Code Specifications 4 Load power supply voltage 2 100 to 240 VAC Optimum cycle control 5 Communications specifications 03 4 400 to 480 VAC Yes 6 Communications protocol FLK CompoWay/F None 7 International standards UTU Approved by TÜV, UL, and CSA. RS-485 Ordering Information ■ List of Models Name Multi-channel Power Controller Number of control channels Heater burnout detection 4 Supported 8 Not supported Load power supply voltage Model 100 to 240 VAC G3ZA-4H203-FLK-UTU 400 to 480 VAC G3ZA-4H403-FLK-UTU 100 to 240 VAC G3ZA-8A203-FLK-UTU 400 to 480 VAC G3ZA-8A403-FLK-UTU Note: When using the heater burnout detection function, CTs must be ordered separately. ■ Accessories (Order Separately) Name Hole diameter Current Transformer 5.8 dia. (CT) 12.0 dia. 30.0 dia. Detection current Model Name DIN Track 0 to 50 A E54-CT1 0 to 50 A E54-CT3 0 to 150 A G3ZA-CT-150L Model PFP-100N PFP-50N End Plates (stoppers) PFP-M Be sure to read the precautions for correct use and other precautions in the following user’s manual before using the Power Controller. G3ZA Multi-channel Power Controller User’s Manual (Cat. No. Z200) 2 G3ZA Specifications ■ Ratings Load power supply voltage range Item 100 to 240 VAC 400 to 480 VAC Power supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz) Operating voltage range 85 to 264 VAC Power consumption 16 VA max. Load power supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC 400 to 480 VAC Load power supply voltage range 75 to 264 VAC 340 to 528 VAC Manipulated variable input 0.0% to 100.0% (via RS-485 communications) Current transformer input (See note 1.) Single-phase AC, 0 to 50 A (primary current of CT) Single-phase AC, 0 to 150 A (primary current of CT) Trigger output One voltage output for each channel, 12 VDC ±15%, Max. load current: 21 mA (with built-in short-circuit protection circuit) Alarm output NPN open collector, one output Max. applicable voltage: 30 VDC, Max. load current: 50 mA Residual voltage: 1.5 V max., Leakage current: 0.4 mA max. Indications LED indicators Control method Optimum cycle control Soft-start optimum cycle control (See note 2.) Three-phase optimum cycle control Ambient operating temperature −10 to 55°C (with no icing or condensation) Ambient operating humidity 25% to 85% Storage temperature −25 to 65°C (with no icing or condensation) Elevation 2,000 m max. Accessories Instruction Sheet Note: 1. CT inputs are provided only on Models with heater burnout detection. 2. Use an SSR without the zero-cross function ([email protected]) for soft-start optimum cycle control. (Refer to G3PA for details.) ■ Performance Current indication accuracy Insulation resistance ■ Communications Specifications Current Range 0 to 50 A, ±3 A 0 to 150 A, ±9 A 0 to 100%, ±6% (See note.) (for models with heater burnout detection) Transmission line connections Multipoint 100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between primary and secondary Synchronization method Stop-start synchronization Communications baud rate 9.6, 19.2, 38.4 or 57.6 kbps, Default: 9.6 kbps Dielectric strength 2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between primary and secondary Communications method RS-485 Max. transmission distance 500 m No. of nodes 31 (via multidrop connections) Transmission code ASCII Vibration resistance Vibration frequency: 10 to 55 Hz, acceleration: 50 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions Communications data length 7 or 8 bits, Default: 7 Communications stop bits 1 or 2 bits, Default: 2 Shock resistance 300 m/s2 three times each in six directions along three axes Communications parity Vertical parity: None, even, or odd, Default: Even Weight Approx. 200 g (including terminal cover) Flow control None Degree of protection IP20 ■ Current Transformer Specifications Memory protection EEPROM (non-volatile memory) (number of writes: 100,000) Installation environment Overvoltage category III, pollution degree 2 (according to IEC 60664-1) Approved standards UL508 (Listing), CSA22.2 No. 14 EN50178 EN61000-6-4 (EN55011: 1998, A1: 1999 Class A, Group 1) EN61000-6-2: 2001 Note: When measured with percentage selected for the current monitor parameter and the maximum current measurable with the CT at 100%. (Order Separately) Item Specification Model number E54-CT1 E54-CT3 G3ZA-CT150L Max. continuous heater current 50 A 120 A (See note.) 150 A Detection current with G3ZA connected 50 A 150 A Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC for 1 min 2,000 VAC for 1 min Vibration resistance 98 m/s2, 50 Hz Weight Approx. 11.5 g Approx. 50 g Approx. 130 g Accessories None Connection None terminals (2) Plugs (2) Note: The maximum continuous current is 50 A for the G3ZA in combination with the E54-CT3. 3 G3ZA Applicable SSR and Control Methods Setting the Control Switching MV Threshold The G3ZA can be used for a variety of applications by selecting the SSR drive. For example, inrush current can be reduced at startup by selecting soft-start optimum cycle control if a single-phase halogen heater is used. The Control Switching MV Threshold function is enabled when softstart optimum cycle control is used. Setting the Control Switching MV Threshold enables switching to soft-start control when the current value is below the set value, and switching to optimum cycle control when the current value is above the set value. The default setting is 20.0%. SSR Control method CT (4-channel models only) Example of supported heater Single-phase Optimum cycle 0 to 50 A or 0 heater SSR with control to 150 A: 4 zero-cross function Units SIngle-phase heater Single-phase Soft-start 0 to 50 A or 0 heater SSR without optimum cycle to 150 A: 4 zero-cross function control Units Single-phase halogen heater Three-phase Three-phase 0 to 50 A or 0 Three-phase heater SSR with optimum cycle to 150 A: up to heater zero-cross function control 2 Units Optimum Cycle Control • Optimum cycle control is performed by driving SSRs according to load power detection and trigger signals. (Zero-cross SSRs are used.) • Noise is suppressed while ensure high-speed response by turning outputs ON and OFF each half cycle to achieve high-precision temperature control. 1/5th ON (20%) Control Capacity: 20% Variable type 85/C5 Parameter Setting range Ch1 to Ch8 Control Switching MV Threshold 0.0% to 100.0% Default 20.0 Example: For channel 1, soft-start optimum cycle control is performed under the following conditions: control switching MV: 40.0%, MV: 100.%, soft startup time: 20 s. (1) Ch 1 Control Switching MV Threshold is set to 40.0% and Ch1 MV is set to 100.0% by writing to the variable area. (2) Ch1 Soft Startup Time remains at the default. Setting is not required. (3) Once the Control Switching MV Threshold is written, the changes are saved and become enabled the next time the power is turned ON. MV/Control Capacity 100.0% 40.0% Note: Refer to Connection Configuration on page 6 for connecting to an SSR. Time Soft startup time (20 s) Soft-start Optimum Cycle Control • Soft-start and optimum cycle control enables control of outputs with limited inrush current even for loads with characteristics like halogen heaters. • Use a single-phase heater SSR (without the zero-cross function) for soft-start optimum cycle control. Refer to G3PA for details on SSRs without the zero-cross function. • Set the Soft-start Up/Down Time to control output. • Current is not detected during Soft-start. The current value (heater ON current value, heater OFF current value, and effective current value) will be 0 A, and the current error alarm (heater burnout detection, SSR short-circuit detection, and heater overcurrent detection) will always turn OFF. Soft-start Optimum cycle control Three-phase Optimum Cycle Control • Three-phase optimum cycle control is a control method that turns the output ON and OFF every two cycles. • Turning the output ON and OFF every two cycles enables optimum cycle control for three-phase heaters. • Use a three-phase heater SSR with a zero-cross function for threephase optimum cycle control. Note: Refer to page 6 for details on connecting to three-phase heaters. The following figure shows the current waveform of each phase for a Control Capacity of 50% when a three-phase heater SSR is connected. Load power supply R-S phase S-T phase R-T phase 4 G3ZA Connections ■ Terminal Arrangement Models with 8 Channels (Control Points), No CT Inputs, and No Heater Burnout Detection Trigger output 12 VDC, 21 mA + − + Trigger output 12 VDC, 21 mA Trigger output + 12 VDC, 21 mA Models with 4 Channels (Control Points), CT Inputs, and Heater Burnout Detection (See note 1.) − CT (See note 1.) CT (See note 1.) Trigger output + 12 VDC, 21 mA (See note 1.) CT CT 19 20 21 22 23 24 19 20 21 22 23 24 CH5 CH6 COM CH7 CH8 COM CH1 CH2 COM CH3 CH4 COM Trigger output 12 VDC, 21 mA + − + Trigger output 12 VDC, 21 mA Trigger output + 12 VDC, 21 mA − Trigger output − 12 VDC, 21 mA Trigger output + 12 VDC, 21 mA + Trigger output + 12 VDC, 21 mA Trigger output 12 VDC, 21 mA + − Trigger output + 12 VDC, 21 mA 13 14 15 16 17 18 13 14 15 16 17 18 CH1 CH2 COM CH3 CH4 COM CH1 CH2 COM CH3 CH4 COM READY SD/RD OCC 7 8 1 9 SD/RD SW1 OCC SW2 ERROR Models with Load Power Supply Voltage of 100 to 240 V B (+) RS-485 SW1 Alarm output connector (See note 2.) (only models with load power supply voltage of 400 to 480 V) SW2 READY 2 11 Alarm output 7 8 B (+) RS-485 A (−) 4 Power supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC 50/60 Hz 30 VDC, 50 mA B Models with Load Power Supply Voltage of 400 to 480 V ERROR Alarm output 30 VDC, 50 mA A (−) A 6 1 2 4 6 Power supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC 50/60 Hz Load power supply voltage 100 to 240 VAC 50/60 Hz Note: Connect the power supply (100 to 240 VAC) for the G3ZA across terminals 1 and 2 and the load power supply for the SSR loads across terminals 4 and 6. Load power supply voltage 400 to 480 VAC 50/60 Hz Note: Connect the power supply (100 to 240 VAC) for the G3ZA across terminals 1 and 2 and the load power supply for the SSR loads across terminals 4 and 6. Note: 1. The following CTs can be used (sold separately): 0 to 50 A: E54-CT1 and E54-CT3 0 to 150 A: G3ZA-CT150L 2. Use C-Grid SL connectors from Molex Inc. C-Grid SL Housing Model: 50-57-9406 (70066-0180) Part Number 50-57-9406 16-02-0069 16-02-0086 16-02-0096 16-02-0102 Hand 63811-8800 Crimp Tool 63811-8700 Housing Crinp Terminal Packaging Reel Reel Bag Bag Wire size − AWG#24 to 30 AWG#22 to 24 AWG#24 to 30 AWG#22 to 24 AWG#24 to 30 AWG#22 to 24 Operation Indicators Communications Unit Number Operation indicator READY (Green) SD/RD (Orange) OCC (Orange) Set a communications unit number on SW1 so that the host system can identify the Controller. ERROR (Red) Meaning Lit while power is being supplied. Lit while communicating with the host. Corresponds to the RUN and STOP operating commands. (Lit during operation.) Lights or flashes when an error is detected. Setting Switches • Always turn OFF the power supply before setting the switches. The switch settings are read only when the power supply is turned ON. • Use a flat-blade screwdriver to set the switches and be sure not to leave a switch set between two settings. SW1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F Unit No. 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 ▲ Default Note: A unique unit number must be set for each node (Controller) on the same communications line. Do not set the same unit number for more than one node. If 17 or more Units must be connected, refer to the G3ZA Multichannel Power Controller User’s Manual (Cat. No. Z200). Communications Baud Rate Set the baud rate for communicating with the host system on SW2. SW1 SW2 SW2 0 1 2 3 4 to F Baud rate 9.6 19.2 38.4 57.6 Do not set. ▲ Default 5 G3ZA ■ Connection Configuration Single-phase SSR Three-phase SSR R phase S phase R phase S phase T phase T phase Load power supply Load power supply Trigger signal G3ZA Control power supply Trigger signal Host device Host device SSR SSR (threephase) G3ZA SSR Control power supply CT (4-channel model only) CT (4-channel model only) Load (e.g., heater) Example for Connecting Two SSRs Load (e.g., heater) Load Note: Connect to one of the three phases on the load power supply input terminals of the G3ZA. Note: Connect a power supply with the same phase as the SSRs to the load power supply terminals on the G3ZA. ■ Host Device Connection Example Example of Connection to EJ1 Modular Temperature Controller EJ1N-TC4 or EJ1N-TC2 EJ1-TC4 COM1 COM2 COM3 PWR RUN ERR ALM COM1 COM2 COM3 89ABC 89ABC 34567 SW1 ON CX-Thermo for setup Port A (connector): USB connection possible using a E58-CIFQ1 (sold separately) ON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 34567 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SW2 COM1 COM2 COM3 012 ON EJ1-TC4 DEF 012 SW1 EJ1C-EDU PWR RUN ERR ALM DEF 012 89ABC DEF SW1 EJ1-TC4 34567 PWR RUN ERR ALM SW2 PC Port B: RS-485 (CompoWay/F) SW2 Host Devices G3ZA Connection port G3ZA Connection port G3ZA Connection port PLC READY READY SD/RD SD/RD SW1 OCC SW2 ERROR SW1 OCC SW2 ERROR Eight SSRs SW2 ERROR Eight SSRs G3ZA PC READY SD/RD SW1 OCC PT G3ZA Eight SSRs G3ZA Example of Connection to PLC Heater PLC RS-485 SSR G3ZA Alarm output Power supply for Multi-channel Power Controller Load power supply (for zero-cross detection) 6 G3ZA Dimensions Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated. ■ Multi-channel Power Controllers 5.3 G3ZA-4H203-FLK-UTU G3ZA-4H403-FLK-UTU G3ZA-8A203-FLK-UTU G3ZA-8A403-FLK-UTU 91 Mounting Hole Dimensions (For Direct Mounting) 7 × 5 = 35 4.6 dia. Two, 4.2 dia. or M4 9 READY 76 max. 63 SD/RD 43 SW1 OCC 84±0.3 84 SW2 ERROR R 4.5 5.6 9 35±0.3 45 max. R 2.3 111 max. (TYP. 110) 35±0.3 7 G3ZA ■ Accessories (Order Separately) Current Transformer (CT) E54-CT1 21 2.8 15 5.8 dia. 7.5 25 3 10.5 40 Two, 3.5 dia. 10 30 Current Transformer (CT) E54-CT3 Accessories 2.36 dia. E54-CT3 30 • Contactors 12 dia. Contactor Plug 9 Approx. 3 dia. Lead 40 × 40 18 • Plugs Two, M3 (depth: 4) 15 Approx. 6 dia. 30 (22) Current Transformer (CT) 9.3 1.7 9.3 1.7 G3ZA-CT150L 4.7 11 63 54 Resister * 26 max. 20 Four, M4 × 6 screws 50 17 Mounting Hole Dimensions 8.5 13.5 Two M5 screw holes or two 5.5-dia. holes 34.5 81.5 76 33.5 6 57 14.5 86 30 dia. 14.5 5.2 10 10 20 1.8 4.1 5.9 76 Note: The G3ZA-CT150L is for use only in combination with the G3ZA (Ver.2.0 or higher). Wire terminal k and terminal l. (Do not use terminal kt and terminal lt.) * Do not remove the attached resister. DIN Track End Plate (Stopper) PFP-100N PFP-50N PFP-M 7.3±0.15 10 6.2 50 M4 x 8 pan-head screw 1.8 1 35.5 35.3 1.8 4.5 35±0.3 27±0.15 11.5 10 15 25 10 25 25 1,000 (500)* 10 25 15 (5)* 1 * Dimension in parentheses are for the PFP-50N. M4 spring washer 1.3 4.8 8 G3ZA Safety Precautions Refer to Safety Precautions for All Power Controllers. !WARNING Do not touch the terminals and the wires while power is being supplied. Doing so may possibly result in electric shock. Make sure that the terminal cover is installed before using the product. !CAUTION Do not allow pieces of metal, wire clippings, or fine metallic chips or filings from installation to enter the product. Doing so may occasionally result in electric shock, fire, or malfunction. Do not use the product in locations of flammable or explosive gases. Doing so may occasionally result in minor or moderate explosion, causing minor or moderate injury, or property damage. Do not attempt to disassemble, repair, or modify the product. Doing so may occasionally result in minor or moderate injury due to electric shock. Perform correct setting of the product according to the application. Failure to do so may occasionally cause unexpected operation, resulting in minor or moderate injury, or damage to the equipment. Ensure safety in the event of product failure by taking safety measures, such as installing a separate monitoring system to provide alarms for preventing excessive temperature rise. Product failure may occasionally prevent control operation, resulting in damage to the connected facilities and equipment. Tighten the terminal screws securely using a tightening torque within the following ranges. Loose screws may occasionally cause fire, resulting in minor or moderate injury, or damage to the equipment. Terminal screws: 0.40 to 0.56 N·m 10.Attach a surge suppressor or noise filter to peripheral devices that generate noise (in particular, motors, transformers, solenoids, magnetic coils, or other devices that have an inductance component). Do not install the product near devices generating strong highfrequency fields or surges. When using a noise filter, check the voltage and current and install it as close to the product as possible. 11.For a safety disconnection of the power-line in the application, the equipment must be provided with disconnecting devices suitable for isolation. (e.g., circuit breakers defined in IEC60947-2, power switches defined in IEC60947-3, power plugs, etc.) Version 1.0 Usage Precautions Version 1.0 is for single-phase loads only. Connect a single-phase zero-cross SSR. Do not connect a three-phase SSR, or to an SSR that is not magnet relay or zero-cross. Version 2.0 Usage Precautions • Check the G3ZA settings and select the correct SSR from the following when wiring an SSR. • SSR with zero-cross function for single-phase heaters • SSR without zero-cross function for single-phase heaters • Three-phase SSR Do not connect a magnet relay. • Check the G3ZA settings and select the correct CT from the following when wiring a CT. • E54-CT1 • E54-CT3 • G3ZA-CT150L ■ Precautions for Safe Use 1. Do not use the product in the following locations. • Locations subject to direct radiant heat from heating equipment • Locations where the product may come into contact with water or oil • Locations subject to direct sunlight • Locations where dust or corrosive gases (in particular, sulfuric or ammonia gas) are present • Locations subject to extreme temperature changes • Locations where icing or condensation may occur • Locations subject to excessive shocks or vibration 2. Use this product within the rated load and power supply. 3. Ensure that the rated voltage is achieved no longer than 2 s after turning the power ON. 4. Use/store within the rated temperature and humidity ranges. 5. Minimum mounting distance of G3ZA is 10 mm. When mounting the G3ZA near the SSRs, mount the G3ZA so as to not interfere with the heat dissipation of the SSR. 6. Use the specified size of insulated-type crimp terminals (M3, width: 5.8 mm max.) for wiring and attach insulative sleeves. To connect bare wires, use AWG22 (cross section: 0.326 mm2) to AWG14 (cross section: 2.081 mm2) to wire the power supply terminals and AWG22 (cross section: 0.326 mm2) to AWG16 (cross section: 1.039 mm2) for other terminals. 7. Be sure to confirm the correct terminal and polarity when wiring the terminal block and connectors. 8. Do not connect any conductors to unused terminals. 9. In order to prevent inductive noise, wire the lines connected to the product separately from power lines carrying high voltages or currents. Do not wire in parallel with or in the same cable as power lines. Other measures for reducing noise include running lines along separate ducts and using shield lines. 9 G3ZA ■ Precautions for Correct Use Mounting End Plates Be sure to mount an End Plate on each side of the G3ZA so that it does not slide on the DIN Track. Wiring Use M3 crimp terminals. 5.8 mm max. To mount an End Plate, hook the bottom of the End Plate on the bottom of the DIN Track (1), place the top of the End Plate on the DIN Track (2), and then pull down on the End Plate. Tighten the screw on the End Plate to secure it. (2) 5.8 mm max. Use wires that withstand a minimum of 70°C. ΡΕΑΔΨ ΣΔ/ΡΔ ΟΧΧ DIN Track ΣΩ1 ΣΩ2 (1) ΕΡΡΟΡ Secure the DIN Track with screws in at least three locations. DIN Track: PFP-50N (50 cm)/PFP-100N (100 cm) End Plate End Plate Note: Always mount one End Plate on each side of the G3ZA. Installation Example When installing the SSRs next to the G3ZA, provide sufficient space between the G3ZA and SSRs, as shown in the following diagram. Reference example: When applying 25 A to the G3PE-225B (a manipulated variable of 100%), separate the SSRs from the G3ZA by at least 50 mm. Mounting the G3ZA Do not touch the G3ZA while power is being supplied. Mount the G3ZA as shown in the diagram. First, pull down the DIN Track mounting hook (1) and hook the top of the G3ZA on the DIN Track (2). Then press the G3ZA onto the DIN Track far enough so that it can be locked in place (3) and push the DIN Track mounting hook up to lock the G3ZA in place (4). SSR SSR G3ZA READY SD/RD SW1 OCC SW2 ERROR (2) (3) 50 mm min. Mounting with Screws (4) (1) 50 mm min. Removing the G3ZA Mounting Dimensions (Unit: mm) Two, 4.2 dia. or M4 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to pull down the DIN Track mounting hook (1) and then pull out on the bottom of the G3ZA (2). 84±0.3 (2) (1) 35±0.3 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. 10 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. Warranty and Limitations of Liability WARRANTY OMRON's exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON. 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