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Latching Relay
MMK
CSM_MMK_DS_E_5_3
Mechanically Latching Relays Based on the
MM Power Relay
• Low power consumption due to mechanical latch for economic operation.
• Relays with mixed coil specifications can be produced (e.g., AC set
coil and DC reset coil).
• Operational response fast enough to enable pulse signal power applications.
• Ambient operating temperature: –10°C to 55°C.
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Relays.
Ordering Information
Type
Contact form
Open structure
Solder terminals
Standard
Cased
Screw terminals
Plug-in (octal pins)
terminals
DPDT
MM2K
MM2KB
3PDT
MM3K
MM3KB
MM3KP
4PDT
MM4K
MM4KB
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DPDT+DPST-NO
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MM4KP
DPDT
MM2XK
MM2XKB
MM2XKP
3PDT
MM3XK
MM3XKB
MM3XKP
4PDT
MM4XK
MM4XKB
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DPDT+DPST-NO
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MM4XKP
Conforming to auxiliary power DPDT+DPST-NO
relay specifications
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MM4KP-JD
MM4XKP-JD
DC-switching
MM2KP
Models Conforming to Auxiliary Power Relay Specifications
The MM4KP-JD and MM4XKP-JD satisfy the ratings of auxiliary relays provided in JEC-2500 (1987) standards for power protective relays specified
by the Japan Electromechanical Commission. Furthermore, the MM4KP-JD and MM4XKP-JD satisfy the ratings of multi-contact relays provided
in JEC-174D (1979) standards for power auxiliary relays.
These models work at operation level A specified by JEC-174D (1979) standards and the hot start of the relays is possible after the coils radiate
heat.
In accordance with JEC-2500 (1987) standards, the coil of each model withstands a 130% DC load or 115% AC load.
Note: When ordering, add the rated coil voltage to the model number. Rated coil voltages are given in the coil ratings table.
Example: MM2K, 6 VAC
Rated coil voltage
■ Available Models
When your order, specify the rated voltage.
Open Coils (with Solder Terminals)
Type
Standard
DC-switching
Contact form
Relay model
Available rated voltage
DPDT
MM2K
100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
12, 24, 48, 100/110, 200/220 VDC
3PDT
MM3K
100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
48, 100/110 VDC
4PDT
MM4K
200/(220) VAC
12, 24, 48, 100/110, 200/220 VDC
DPDT
MM2XK
24, 100/110 VDC
3PDT
MM3XK
200/(220) VAC
100/110 VDC
4PDT
MM4XK
100/(110) VAC
100/110 VDC
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Open Coils (with Screw Terminals)
Type
Standard
DC-switching
Contact form
Relay model
Available rated voltage
DPDT
MM2KB
100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
12, 24, 48, 100/110 VDC
3PDT
MM3KB
100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
12, 48, 100/110 VDC
4PDT
MM4KB
24, 100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
100/110 VDC
DPDT
MM2XKB
100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
12, 24, 48, 100/110, 200/220 VDC
3PDT
MM3XKB
200/(220) VAC
24, 100/110 VDC
4PDT
MM4XKB
24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
Cased Coils (Plug-in Terminals)
Type
Standard
Contact form
Relay model
Available rated voltage
DP
MM2KP
6, 12, 24, 100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
12, 24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
3P
MM3KP
24, 100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
6, 12, 24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
4P
MM4KP
24, 100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
6, 12, 24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
DP
MM2XKP
24, 100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
12, 24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
3P
MM3XKP
100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
4P
MM4XKP
100/(110), 200/(220) VAC
6, 12, 24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
Conforming to auxiliary power relay
specifications
4P
MM4KP-JD
24, 100/(110), 115, 200/(220) VAC
24, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
Conforming to auxiliary power relay
specifications for DC-switching
4P
MM4XKP-JD
100/(110), 115, 200/(220) VAC
24, 48, 100/110, 125, 200/220 VDC
DC-switching
Model Number Legend
MM@@K@
1
2
3
1. Contact Form
2:
DPDT
3:
3PDT
4:
4PDT (open structure type)/
DPDT+DPST-NO (cased type)
2. Type (see note)
None: Standard
X:
DC-switching
3. Terminal Shape
None: Solder
B:
Screw
P:
Plug-in
Note: The suffix “JD” indicates models conforming to auxiliary power
relay specifications.
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■ Accessories (Order Separately)
Sockets
Relay
DIN Track/Front-connecting Socket
Back-connecting Socket
Screw terminals
Solder terminals
MM2(X)KP
11PFA
PL11
MM3(X)KP
MM4(X)KP
14PFA
PL15
MM4(X)KP-JD
14PFA
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Mounting Brackets
Contact form
Model
DPDT
R99-03 (S KANAGU) FOR MM2K.611K
3PDT
R99-03 (S KANAGU) FOR MM3K.612K
4PDT
R99-03 (S KANAGU) FOR MM4K.613K
Specifications
■ Coil Ratings
Set Coil
Rated
voltage (V)
Rated current (mA)
DP
Open Relays
50 Hz
AC
DC
60 Hz
Coil resistance
(Ω)
3P, 4P
Cased
50 Hz
60 Hz
Open Relays
Set
volt.
Max
volt.
Power consumption
(VA or W)
Cased
50 Hz 60 Hz 50 Hz 60 Hz
DP
3P, 4P
6
790
655
690
590
1,285
1,100
1,165
1,000
1.1
0.46
12
395
325
345
295
640
550
580
500
4.7
1.9
24
195
160
170
145
320
275
290
250
19
8.2
50
94
78
82
70
154
132
140
120
82
34
100/
(110)
47
39/45
41
35/40
77
66/76
70
60/68
340
141
200/
(220)
23.5
19.5/
22.5
20.5
17.5/
20
38.5
33/38
35
30/34
1,540
563
6
340
450
17.5
13.4
12
176
220
68
54
24
87
94
275
255
48
41
52
1,180
930
100/
110
17/19
22/24.5
5,750
4,500
200/
220
8.6/9.5
11/12
23,200 18,000
% of rated
voltage
80%
max.
110% Initial:
DP: Approx. 6.2
3P, 4P: Approx. 12
Rated:
DP: Approx. 3.5 (3.9)
3P, 4P: Approx. 6 (6.6)∗
DP: Approx. 2.1
3P, 4P: Approx. 2.7
Note: 1. The rated current and coil resistance are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C with tolerances of +15%/–20% for AC rated current and
±15% for DC coil resistance.
2. Performance characteristic data are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C.
3. The AC coil resistance values are reference values.
4. The maximum voltage is one that is applicable instantaneously to the Relay coil at an ambient temperature of 23°C and not continuously.
∗Values in parentheses are for open relays.
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Reset Coil
Rated voltage (V)
Rated current (mA)
50 Hz
AC
DC
Coil resistance
(Ω)
60 Hz
6
770
690
2.3
12
385
345
9.2
24
191
170
35
50
92
82
175
100/(110)
46
41/46
739
200/(220)
23
20/23
3,030
6
422
14.2
12
215
56
Reset voltage
Maximum voltage
% of rated voltage
80% max.
110%
Power consumption
(VA or W)
Initial: Approx. 6.5
Rated: Approx. 4.1
Approx. 2.8
24
109
220
48
58
832
100/110
25/27
4,040
200/220
12.2/13.5
16,330
Note: 1. The rated current and coil resistance are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C with tolerances of +15%/–20% for AC rated current and
±15% for DC coil resistance.
2. Performance characteristic data are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C.
3. The AC coil resistance values are reference values.
4. The maximum voltage is one that is applicable instantaneously to the Relay coil at an ambient temperature of 23°C and not continuously.
Coils (Conforming to Auxiliary Power Relay Specifications)
Rated
voltage (V)
Rated current (mA)
Set coil
50 Hz
AC
DC
60 Hz
Reset coil
50 Hz
60 Hz
Coil resistance
Set
Reset
Max. Opera(Ω)
voltage voltage voltage tion
level
Set
Reset
(JECcoil
coil
% of rated voltage
174D)
24
245
210
191
170
8.5
35
50
117
102
92
82
36
175
100/
(110)
58.5
51/58
46
41/46
150
739
110
53
46
42
37.3
182
835
115
51
44
40
35.7
210
885
200/
(220)
29
25.5/
29
23
20.5/
23
620
3,030
220
26.5
23
21
18.6
780
3,420
24
94
109
255
220
48
52
58
930
832
100/
110
22/24.5
25/27
4,500
4,040
125
22
23.5
5,800
5,330
200/
220
11/12
12.2/13.5
18,000 16,330
80%
max.
80%
max.
110%
A
Power consumption (VA or W)
Set coil
Initial
Rated
Reset coil
Initial
Rated
Approx. Approx. Approx. Approx.
6.3
5.1
6.5
4.1
Approx. 2.7
Approx. 2.8
Note: 1. The rated current and coil resistance are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C with tolerances of +15%/–20% for AC rated current and
±15% for DC coil resistance.
2. The AC coil resistance and coil inductance values are for reference only.
3. Performance characteristic data are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C.
4. The maximum voltage is one that is applicable instantaneously to the Relay coil at an ambient temperature of 23°C and not continuously.
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■ Contact Ratings
Standard Relays
Item
Open Relays: MM2K(B), MM3K(B), MM4K(B)
Resistive load
(cosφ = 1)
Cased Relays: MM2KP, MM3KP, MM4KP
Inductive load
(cosφ=0.4, L/R=7 ms)
Resistive load
(cosφ = 1)
Contact mechanism
Single
Contact material
Ag
Rated load
10 A at 220 VAC
7 A at 24 VDC
5 A at 220 VAC
4 A at 24 VDC
Rated carry current
10 A
5A
Max. switching voltage
250 VAC, 250 VDC
250 VAC, 250 VDC
Max. switching current
10 A
5A
Max. switching power
(reference value)
2,200 VA, 168 W
1,100 VA, 96W
Inductive load
(cosφ=0.4, L/R=7 ms)
DC-switching Relays
Item
Open Relays: MM2XK(B), MM3XK(B), MM4XK(B)
Resistive load
(cosφ = 1)
Contact mechanism
Single
Contact material
Ag
Cased Relays: MM2XKP, MM3XKP, MM4XKP
Inductive load
(cosφ=0.4, L/R=7 ms)
6 A at 110 VDC
Resistive load
(cosφ = 1)
Rated load
7 A at 110 VDC
Rated current flow
10 A
5 A at 110 VDC
5A
Max. switching voltage
250 VAC, 250 VDC
250 VAC, 250 VDC
Max. switching current
10 A
Max. switching power
(reference value)
800 W, 20 VA *1
Inductive load
(cosφ=0.4, L/R=7 ms)
5A
660 W, 20 VA *1
700 W, 20 VA *1
600 W, 20 VA *1
Note: 1. When switching DC inductive loads at 125 V or more, an unstable region exists for a switching current of between 0.5 and
2.5 A. The Relay will not turn OFF in this region. Use a switching current of 0.5 A or less when switching 125 VDC or more.
2. If L/R exceeds 7 ms when switching DC inductive loads, an arc-breaking time of up to 50 ms must be considered in application and the
circuit must be designed to ensure that an arc-breaking time of 50 ms is not exceeded.
*1.Refer to Switching an Switching an AC Load with a DC-switching Model (“X” Model) on page 13.
Contacts (Conforming to Auxiliary Power Relay Specifications)
Item
MM4KP-JD
Resistive load
(cosφ = 1)
Inductive load
(cosφ = 0.4, L/R= 7 ms)
Contact mechanism
Single
Contact material
Ag
Rated load
5 A at 220 VAC, 4 A at 24 VDC
Rated carry current
5A
Max. switching voltage
250 VAC, 250 VDC
Max. switching current
5A
MM4XKP-JD
Resistive load
(cosφ = 1)
Inductive load
(cosφ = 0.4, L/R= 7 ms)
5 A at 110 VDC
Note: 1. When switching DC inductive loads at 125 V or more, an unstable region exists for a switching current of between 0.5 and
2.5 A. The Relay will not turn OFF in this region. Use a switching current of 0.5 A or less when switching 125 VDC or more.
2. If L/R exceeds 7 ms when switching DC inductive loads, an arc-breaking time of up to 50 ms must be considered in application and the
circuit must be designed to ensure that an arc-breaking time of 50 ms is not exceeded.
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■ Characteristics
Item
Open or bifurcated-contact Relays
Contact resistance (see note 2)
50 mΩ max.
Set time (see note 3)
AC: 30 ms max.; DC: 60 ms max. (minimum pulse width for AC and DC: 100 ms)
Reset time (see note 3)
30 ms max. (minimum pulse width for AC and DC: 100 ms)
Max. operating frequency
Mechanical:
Electrical:
Insulation resistance (see note 4)
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
1,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between contacts of same polarity
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between contacts of different polarity, between contacts and coil, and
between set and reset coils
Vibration resistance
Destruction:
Malfunction:
10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.375 mm single amplitude (0.75 mm double amplitude)
10 to 35 to 10 Hz, 0.5 mm single amplitude (1.0 mm double amplitude)
Shock resistance
Destruction:
Malfunction:
500 m/s2
50 m/s2
Endurance
Mechanical:
Electrical:
2,500,000 operations min. (at 1,800 operations/hr)
500,000 operations min. (at 1,800 operations/hr under rated load) (see note 5)
Error rate (level P)
(Reference value)
(see note 6)
10 mA at 5 VDC
1,800 operations/hr
1,800 operations/hr (under rated load)
Ambient temperature
Operating: –10°C to 55°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating: 5% to 85%
Weight
Standard Relays
MM2K:
Approx. 255 g
MM3K:
Approx. 390 g
MM4K:
Approx. 420 g
MM2KP: Approx. 375 g
MM3KP: Approx. 550 g
MM4KP: Approx. 570 g
DC-switching Relays
MM2XK: Approx. 260 g
MM2XK: Approx. 395 g
MM4XK: Approx. 430 g
MM2XKP: Approx. 380 g
MM3XKP: Approx. 555 g
MM4XKP: Approx. 580 g
Note: 1.
2.
3.
4.
The data shown above are initial values.
The contact resistance was measured with 1 A at 5 VDC using the voltage drop method.
The set or reset time was measured with the rated voltage imposed with any contact bounce ignored at an ambient temperature of 23°C.
The insulation resistance was measured with a 500-VDC megger applied to the same places as those used for checking the dielectric
strength.
5. The electrical endurance was measured at an ambient temperature of 23°C.
6. This value was measured at a switching frequency of 60 operations per minute.
■ Characteristics (Conforming to Auxiliary Power Relay Specifications)
Vibration resistance
Destruction:
Malfunction:
10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.375 mm single amplitude (0.75 mm double amplitude)
10 to 22 to 10 Hz, 0.5 mm single amplitude (1.0 mm double amplitude)
Shock resistance
Destruction:
Malfunction:
300 m/s2
30 m/s2
Endurance
Mechanical:
Electrical:
2,500,000 operations min. (at 1,800 operations/hr)
500,000 operations min. (at 1,800 operations/hr under rated load) (see note 2)
Error rate (level P)
(Reference value)
(see note 3)
10 mA at 5 VDC
Ambient temperature
Operating:
–10°C to 40°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
Operating:
5% to 85%
Weight
MM4KP-JD: Approx. 570 g
MM4XKP-JD: Approx. 580 g
Note: 1. The data shown above are initial values.
2. The electrical endurance was measured at an ambient temperature of 23°C.
3. This value was measured at a switching frequency of 60 operations per minute.
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Engineering Data
■ Standard Relays
Maximum Switching Power
Open Relays
Cased Relays
[email protected](B)
[email protected]
Switching current (A)
Switching current (A)
AC resistive load
AC inductive load
(cosφ = 0.4)
DC resistive load
AC resistive load
AC inductive load
(cosφ = 0.4)
DC resistive load
DC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
DC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
Switching voltage (V)
Switching current (A)
Endurance Curves
Open Relays
Cased Relays
10,000
5,000
3,000
220 VAC resistive load
Inductive load
(cosφ = 0.4)
1,000
500
300
24 VDC resistive load
Inductive load
L/R = 7 ms
[email protected]
Endurance (x10 3 operations)
Endurance (x103 operations)
[email protected](B)
10,000
5,000
3,000
220 VAC resistive load
Inductive load
(cosφ = 0.4)
1,000
500
300
Switching current (A)
24 VDC resistive load
Inductive load
L/R = 7 ms
Switching current (A)
■ DC-switching Relays
Maximum Switching Power
Open Relays
Cased Relays
DC resistive load
DC inductive load
L/R=7 ms
Switching voltage (V)
[email protected]
Switching current (A)
Switching current (A)
[email protected](B)
DC resistive load
DC inductive load
L/R=7 ms
Switching voltage (V)
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Endurance Curves
Open Relays
Cased Relays
[email protected]
Endurance (x10 3 operations)
10,000
5,000
3,000
110 VDC resistive load
1,000
500
110 VDC inductive load
(L/R 7 ms)
300
Endurance (x10 3 operations)
[email protected](B)
10,000
5,000
3,000
110 VDC
resistive load
Inductive load
L/R=7 ms
1,000
500
300
Switching current (A)
Switching current (A)
■ Relays Conforming to Auxiliary Power Relay Specifications
Maximum Switching Power
MMX4KP-JD
AC inductive load
cosφ = 0.4
DC resistive load
AC resistive load
Switching current (A)
Switching current (A)
MM4KP-JD
DC resistive load
DC inductive load
L/R = 7 ms
DC inductive load
L/R = 7 ms
Switching voltage (V)
Switching voltage (V)
Endurance Curves
MM4XKP-JD
220 VAC resistive load
Inductive load
cosφ = 0.4
Endurance (x 10 4 )
Endurance (x 10 4 )
MM4KP-JD
110 VDC resistive load
Inductive load
L/R = 7 ms
24 VDC resistive load
Inductive load
L/R = 7 ms
Switching current (A)
Switching current (A)
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MM4KP AC (60 Hz)
MM4KP 110 VAC (60 Hz)
Number of Relays: 5
Set voltage
Reset voltage
Coil temperature rise (° C)
Ambient Temperature vs.
Coil Temperature Rise
Must-operate and reset voltage (%)
Ambient Temperature vs.
Set and Reset Voltage
Malfunctioning Shock
MM4(X)KP
60 min.
Reset
Number of Relays: 5
60 min.
60 min.
60 min.
60 min.
Contact carry current
Set coil
Reset coil
60 min.
Unit: m/s2
Number of samples: 3
Ambient temperature (°C)
MM4KP DC
Number of Relays: 5
Set voltage
Reset voltage
Coil temperature rise ( ° C)
Must-operate and reset voltage (%)
MM4KP DC
Ambient temperature (°C)
Number of Relays: 5
Measurement conditions: Impose a shock of
50 m/s2 in the ±X, ±Y, and ±Z directions three
times each with the Relay energized and not
energized to check the shock values that cause
the Relay to malfunction.
Shock direction
Contact carry current
Set coil
Reset coil
Ambient temperature (°C)
Ambient temperature (°C)
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Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
■ Open Relays with Solder Terminals
MM2(X)K,
MM3(X)K,
MM4(X)K
MM2(X)K
2P
MM4(X)K
MM3(X)K
1P
3P
2P
1P
Side View
Common C
4P 3P 2P 1P
Stationary A
Stationary B
86 max.
Set coil
94 max.
94 max.
Reset coil
22
±0.2
44 max.
MM2K
15 max.
29
±0.2
34
±0.2
63 max.
28
±0.2
50 max.
Two, M4
mounting holes
58.5 max.
Note: Connect the common (C) of [email protected] to positive (+).
■ Open Relays with Screw Terminals
MM2(X)KB,
MM3(X)KB,
MM4(X)KB
MM2(X)KB
2P
MM3(X)KB
1P
3P
2P
1P
4P
3P 2P
Side View
1P
Thirteen,
M3.5 x 5.5
terminal
screws
Ten, M3.5 x
5.5 terminal
screws
92 max.
MM4(X)KB
Common C
Sixteen,
M3.5 x 5.5
terminal
screws
Stationary A
Stationary B
Set
coil
101 max.
101 max.
Reset
coil
22
±0.2
60 max.
MM2KB
28
±0.2
60 max.
34
±0.2
68 max.
Two, M4
mounting holes
29
±0.2
58.5 max.
15 max.
Note: Connect the common (C) of [email protected] to positive (+).
Mounting Holes (Direct Mounting)
Note: The tolerance is ±0.2.
Two, 4.5-dia. mounting holes
29±0.2
Dimensions of : l
2-pole: 22±0.2 mm
3-pole: 28±0.2 mm
4-pole: 34±0.2 mm
l
Mounting Bracket (S Bracket)
Item
R99-03 (S KANAGU) FOR MM@
H
W
The S Bracket can be
used to mount a Relay
with open solder or screw
terminals.
D 29±0.2
60±0.2
50
R99-03
R99-03
R99-03
(S KANAGU)
(S KANAGU)
(S KANAGU)
FOR MM2K.611K FOR MM3K.612K FOR MM4K.613K
(DPDT)
(3PDT)
(4PDT)
l
22±0.2
28±0.2
D
71 max.
71 max.
71 max.
W
33 max.
39 max.
45 max.
H
6 max.
6 max.
6 max.
34±0.2
l
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■ Cased Relays with Plug-in Terminal
MM2(X)KP
Terminal Arrangement/
Internal Connections
(Bottom View)
54.5 max. (see note)
22
3.5
119 max.
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Standard Relays
MM2KP
5
RESET
80.5 max.
64.5
max.
MM2KP
DC-switching Relays
MM2XKP
Note: It is recommended that 55 mm min. is allowed
for this side because the MM2XKP has a
curved protective plate on the side.
MM3(X)KP
MM4(X)KP
RESET
SET
SET
Note: Connect the common (C) to positive (+).
Make sure that all common connections are the
same in polarity. The markings of the common
connections on the casing all show "+" but the
polarity of the common connections can be either all negative or all positive.
72.5 max.
(see note)
123 max.
80.5 max.
Note: It is recommended that 73 mm min.
is allowed for this side because the
MM3XKP and MM4XKP have a
curved protective plate on the side.
64.5
max.
MM4KP
Terminal Arrangement/
Internal Connections
(Bottom View)
Standard Relays
MM3KP
DC-switching Relays
MM3XKP
MM4KP
MM4XKP
Note: Connect the common (C) to positive (+).
Make sure that all common connections are the same in polarity. The markings of the common connections on the casing all
show "+" but the polarity of the common connections can be either all negative or all positive.
Cases on Models for Switching DC Loads
As shown at the right, there are three holes
with a 10-mm diameter in the case.
Case Protective Plate
Be sure the polarity is
correct when connecting
Exposed Models.
This example is for the MN2XK.
This also applies to models with 3 or 4 poles.
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MMK
Terminal Arrangement/
Internal Connections
(Bottom View)
MM4KP-JD
72.5 max.
123 max.
70.5 max.
64.5
max.
Note: The MM4KP-JD is DPDT and
DPST-NO.
MM4XKP-JD
73 max.
123 max.
70.5 max.
64.5
max.
Note: The MM4XKP-JD is DPDT and DPSTNO. Make sure that all common connections are the same in polarity. The markings of the common connections on the
casing all show "+" but the polarity of the
common connections can be either all
negative or all positive.
Accessories
■ Sockets
Relay model
DIN Track/Front-connecting Socket
Back-connecting Socket
Screw terminals
Solder terminals
MM2(X)KP
11PFA
PL11
MM3(X)KP
MM4(X)KP
14PFA
PL15
MM4(X)KP-JD
14PFA
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Note: When using the [email protected] by itself, the PL15 Back-connecting Socket cannot be used.
■ Height with Socket
DIN Track/Front-connecting Socket
MM2KP
MM2XKP
151
147.5 155
MM3KP
MM3XKP
MM4KP
MM4XKP
MM4(X)KP-JD
Back-connecting Socket
124
MM2KP
MM2XKP
151.5
PL11
11PFA
128
MM3KP
MM3XKP
MM4KP
MM4XKP
PL15
14PFA
Note: @PFA can be both track-mounted and screw-mounted.
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MMK
Safety Precautions
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Relays.
■ Mounting
Make sure that the Relay is free from iron powder or iron core,
otherwise the iron dust may adhere to the Relay. As a result the
movable contact may not operate properly.
An arc may be generated between the contacts in switching
operation. Be sure to keep combustible objects away from the Relay.
If the arc will have a bad effect around the Relay, the use of a model
with a casing is recommended.
A model switching DC load incorporates an insulation base with a
small built-in permanent magnet. Be sure to keep magnets or ferrous
objects away from the permanent magnet, otherwise the capacity of
the maximum switching current may drop.
The PL Back-connecting Socket must be flush-mounted from the
surface of the panel.
To minimize the influence of heat, separate Relays from each other
by at least 20 mm for cooling when mounting multiple Relays
together.
20 mm
min.
Top
MMK
MMK
Normal mounting direction
Bottom
Be sure to mount the Relay so that the movable contact is in the
downward direction.
• NC contacts can remain open for a few milliseconds when the reset
coil turns ON and OFF. NO contact can remain open for a few milliseconds when the set coil turns ON and OFF while the Relay is
latched. Design your circuits to allow for this.
MMK contact
(NC)
The contact
may fail to
hold itself.
Relay coil
• Do not allow voltage to be applied simultaneously to both the set
and reset coil. If voltage is applied simultaneously, the Relay will be
set.
• There is no reason to apply voltage to Latching Relays continuously because they will latch properly with a single pulse of sufficient width. Continuously applying voltage will only waste power.
• A model for DC loads incorporates a permanent magnetic for arc
suppression. Keep floppy disks away from the Relay, otherwise the
data on the floppy disk may be damaged.
• Arcing when switching DC power can cause nitric gas to be
generated. The case of the [email protected] contains holes to allow the
gas to escape. This, however, makes it possible for dust and dirt to
enter the case. Be sure to use the [email protected] in a suitable
environment.
■ Connection
• When connecting a load to the contact terminals of a model for
switching DC loads (“X” models), consider the polarity of the contact terminals so that the generated arcs on the adjacent poles will
not collide. (For example, if the common connections of the Relay
are all positive or all negative, no arc collision will occur.)
• Use proper crimp terminals or 1.2- to 2-mm-dia. single-conductor
wire to connect screw terminals.
Screw Terminal Model
Do not bend the coil terminals, otherwise the coil wire may be disconnected. Make sure that the tightening torque applied to each terminal is 1.27 N • m and the insertion force is 49 N for 10 s.
Solder Terminal Model
Make sure that Relay terminals are free of flux or other foreign substance before soldering the Relay terminals. Finish soldering the
Relay terminals quickly, otherwise the coil wire may be broken.
■ Circuits
• You cannot use single contact to demagnetize the set coil as shown
below.
Load
■ Switching an AC Load with a
DC-switching Model (“X” Model)
DC-switching Relays (“X” models) use a magnet to extinguish arcs.
The polarity must be correct when you connect the switching section.
However, if you connect an AC load, the positive and negative poles
of the power supply alternate. This can cause short-circuits due to
the collision of arcs that occur when the Relay turns OFF.
Therefore, the switching capacity for an AC load is specified as 20 VA
or less to prevent short circuits caused by arc collisions.
Take sufficient caution if you switch an AC Load with a DC-switching
model (“X” models).
■ Refer to the technical guide on
your OMRON website for
technical descriptions and
FAQs on the product.
Latching Relay coil
NC contact of the Relay
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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