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Bi-power Relays
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CSM_LY_DS_E_4_5
Power-switching Compact
General-purpose Relays
• The standard models include models that are
compliant with the UL, CSA, and SEV safety
standards and with the Electrical Appliances and
Material Safety Act.
• Equipped with an arc barrier for arc interruption.
• Withstand voltages up to 2,000 V.
• New built-in diode and built-in CR circuit models have
joined the series.
• The lineup also includes models that are compliant
with the LR and VDE safety standards.
• Single-pole and double-pole models have AC4
ratings and DC2 ratings (operating coil ratings: 100/
110 VAC, 110/120 VAC, 200/220 VAC, 220/240 VAC,
and 100/110 VDC).
• Three-pole and four-pole models have AC4 ratings
and DC2 ratings (operating coil ratings: 100/110
VAC, 200/220 VAC and 100/110 VDC).
Refer to the standards certifications and compliance section of your
OMRON website for the latest information on certified models.
Refer to the Common Relay Precautions.
Model Number Structure
Relays with Plug-in Terminals
Relays with PCB Terminals
Case-surface mounting
Structure
Classification
Number
of poles
*LY1
**LY1N
*LY1-0
*LY1F
*LY2
**LY2N
*LY2-0
*LY2F
**LY2Z
**LY2ZN
**LY2Z-0
**LY2ZF
3
*LY3
**LY3N
*LY3-0
*LY3F
4
*LY4
**LY4N
*LY4-0
*LY4F
1
**LY1-D
**LY1N-D2
---
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**LY2-D
**LY2N-D2
---
---
**LY2Z-D
**LY2ZN-D2
---
---
3
**LY3-D
**LY3N-D2
---
---
4
**LY4-D
**LY4N-D2
---
---
1
---
---
**LY2-CR
**LY2N-CR
**LY2Z-CR
**LY2ZN-CR
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Standard models
Compliance with
Electrical Appliances
and Material Safety Act
Models with diode for
coil surge absorption
(DC coil specification
only)
Models with CR circuits
for coil surge
absorption
(AC coil specification
only)
With operation indicators
2
2
2
Bifurcated
Bifurcated
Bifurcated
Note: 1. Cells with a diagonal line cannot be manufactured. Ask your OMRON representative for details on manufacturing products for cells
containing “---” in the above table.
2. If #187 tab terminals are required, use the LY1F-T2 or LY2F-T2 (single-pole or double-pole models only).
3. Refer to page 12 for information on plug-in terminal and socket combinations.
4. Items with an asterisk (*) in the table are certified for UL, CSA, and SEV. This is indicated with a certification mark on the products.
5. Items with two asterisks (**) in the table are certified for UL and CSA. This is indicated with a certification mark on the products.
6. All models in the table are certified for IEC (TÜV).
7. The models with plug-in terminals (single-pole, double-pole, and 4-pole) were combined with the PTF-E for the EC Declaration of
Conformity. These products display the CE Marking.
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Ordering Information
When your order, specify the rated voltage.
Models with Plug-in Terminals
Number of poles
Classification
Model
Standard models
Models with built-in
operation indicators
Models with
single
Models with built-in
contacts
diodes
Models with built-in
diodes and
operation indicators
LY1
LY1N
LY1-D
1 pole
Rated voltage (V)
12, 24, 100/110,
110/120,
or 200/220 VAC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 100/110,
110/120,
or 200/220 VAC
12, 24,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
Model
LY2
LY2N
LY2-D
LY1ND2
12, 24, or 48 VDC
LY2N-D2
Models with built-in
CR circuits
---
---
LY2-CR
Models with built-in
CR circuits and
operation indicators
---
---
LY2N-CR
---
---
Standard models
Models with built-in
operation indicators
Bifurcated
contacts
Models with built-in
diodes
Models with built-in
diodes and
operation indicators
Models with built-in
CR circuits
Models with built-in
CR circuits and
operation indicators
LY2Z
2 poles
Rated voltage (V)
12, 24, 100/110,110/
120, 200/220,
or220/240 VAC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 100/110,110/
120, 200/220,
or 220/240 VAC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
Model
LY3
LY3N
LY3-D
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
LY3ND2
100/110, 110/120,
200/220, or 220/240
VAC
100/110, 110/120,
200/220, or 220/240
VAC
100/110 or200/220
VAC
12, 24, 48, or 100/
110 VDC
100/110, 110/120,
200/220,
or 220/240 VAC
12 or 24 VDC
3 poles
Rated voltage (V)
12, 24, 100/110, or
200/220 VAC
Model
LY4
4 poles
Rated voltage (V)
12, 24, 100/110, or
200/220 VAC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 100/110, or
200/220 VAC
12, 24, 100/110, or
200/220 VAC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24,
or 100/110 VDC
LY4N
LY4-D
LY4ND2
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
12, 24, 48,
or 100/110 VDC
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LY2Z-D
12, 24, or 48 VDC
---
---
---
---
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---
LY2ZND2
12, 24, or 100/110
VDC
---
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LY2Z-CR
100/110 VAC
---
---
---
---
---
---
LY2ZNCR
100, 110, 110/1 20,
or 200/220 VAC
---
---
---
---
LY2ZN
Relays with PCB Terminals
Number of poles
Classification
Model
Models with single
contacts
LY1-0
1 pole
Rated voltage (V)
24,100/110,
110/120, or 200/220
VAC
Model
LY2-0
12 or 24 VDC
Bifurcated contacts
---
---
LY2Z-0
2 poles
Rated voltage (V)
12, 24,
100/110, 110/120, 200/
220, or 220/240 VAC
12, 24, 48
or 100/110 VDC
100/110 VAC
24, 48, or
100/110 VDC
Model
LY3-0
3 poles
Rated voltage (V)
24, 100/110,
or 200/220 VAC
Model
LY4-0
12, 24, 48, or
100/110 VDC
4 poles
Rated voltage (V)
24, 100/110, or 200/
220 VAC
12, 24, 48, or
100/110 VDC
---
---
---
---
Model
3 poles
Rated voltage (V)
Model
---
Case-surface Mounting
Number of poles
Classification
Models with single
contacts
Bifurcated contacts
Model
LY1F
---
1 pole
Rated voltage (V)
24, 100/110,
110/120, 200/220,
or 220/240 VAC
6, 12, 24, or 100/110
VDC
---
Model
LY2F
LY2ZF
2 poles
Rated voltage (V)
12, 24, 100/110, 110/
120, 200/220,
or 220/240 VAC
12, 24, 48, or 100/110
VDC
24, 100/110,
or 200/220 VAC
LY3F
12, 24, 100/110,
or 200/220 VAC
LY4F
---
12, 24, 100/110,
or 200/220 VAC
12, 24, or 100/110
VDC
12, 24, or 100/110 VDC
---
4 poles
Rated voltage (V)
---
---
12 or 24 VDC
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Ratings and Specifications
Ratings
Standard Models with Built-in Operation Indicators
Operating Coil, Single-pole and Double-pole Models
Item
Rated voltage
(V)
DC
Coil inductance (H)
Coil
resistance
(Ω)
Armature
OFF
Must-operate
voltage (V)
Armature ON
50 Hz
60Hz
12
106.5
91
46
0.17
0.33
24
53.8
46
180
0.69
1.3
25.7
22
788
3.22
5.66
100/110
11.7/12.9
10/11
3,750
14.54
24.6
110/120
9.9/10.8
8.4/9.2
4,430
19.2
32.1
50
AC
Rated current (mA)
200/220
6.2/6.8
5.3/5.8
12,950
54.75
94.07
220/240
4.8/5.3
4.2/4.6
18,790
83.5
136.4
6
150
40
0.16
0.33
12
75
160
0.73
1.37
24
36.9
650
3.2
5.72
18.5
2,600
10.6
21.0
9.1/10
11,000
45.6
86.2
Rated current (mA)
Armature
OFF
48
100/110
Must-release
voltage (V)
Maximum
voltage (V)
Power
consumption
(VA, W)
Approx. 1.0
to 1.2
(at 60 Hz)
30% min.*2
110% of
rated
voltage
80% max.*1
10% min.*2
Approx. 0.9
to 1.1
(at 60 Hz)
Approx. 0.9
3 poles
Item
Coil inductance (H)
50 Hz
60Hz
Coil
resistance
(Ω)
12
159
134
24
0.12
0.21
24
80
67
100
0.44
0.79
100/110
14.1/16
12.4/13.7
2,300
10.5
18.5
200/220
9.0/10.0
7.7/8.5
8,650
34.8
59.5
Rated voltage
(V)
AC
Must-operate
voltage (V)
Armature ON
12
112
107
0.45
0.98
24
58.6
410
1.89
3.87
48
28.2
1,700
8.53
13.9
12.7/13
8,500
29.6
54.3
Rated current (mA)
Coil
resistance
(Ω)
Armature
OFF
DC
100/110
Must-release
voltage (V)
Maximum
voltage (V)
Power
consumption
(VA, W)
Approx. 1.6
to 2.0
(at 60 Hz)
30% min.*2
110% of
rated
voltage
80% max.*1
10% min.*2
Approx. 1.4
4 poles
Item
Rated voltage
(V)
Coil inductance (H)
Must-operate
voltage (V)
Armature ON
50 Hz
60Hz
12
199
170
20
0.1
0.17
24
93.6
80
78
0.38
0.67
AC
100/110
22.5/25.5
19/21.8
1,800
10.5
17.3
200/220
11.5/13.1
9.8/11.2
6,700
33.1
57.9
12
120
100
0.39
0.84
24
69
350
1.41
2.91
48
30
1,600
6.39
13.6
15/15.9
6,900
32.0
63.7
DC
100/110
Must-release
voltage (V)
Maximum
voltage (V)
Power
consumption
(VA, W)
Approx.
1.95 to 2.5
(at 60 Hz)
30% min.*2
110% of
rated
voltage
80% max.*1
10% min.*2
Approx. 1.5
Note: 1. The rated current and coil resistance are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C with tolerances of +15%/–20% for the AC rated current and ±15% for the
DC coil resistance.
2. The AC coil resistance and inductance values are reference values only. (at 60 Hz).
3. Operating characteristics were measured at a coil temperature of 23°C.
4. The maximum voltage capacity was measured at an ambient temperature of 23°C.
*1. There is variation between products, but actual values are 80% max.
To ensure operation, apply at least 80% of the rated value (at a coil temperature of +23° C).
*2. The actual values are 30% min. for AC and 10% min. for DC. To ensure release, use a value that is lower than the specified value.
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Refer to List of Certified Models for a list of models that are certified for safety standards and the Electrical Appliances
and Material Safety Act.
Classification
Item
Load
1 pole
Resistive load
Contact type
Contact materials
15 A at 110 VAC
15 A at 24 VDC
Rated load
Rated carry current
Maximum contact voltage
Maximum contact current
15 A
Double-, 3-, and 4-pole models
Inductive load
Inductive load
Resistive load
(cos φ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms)
(cos φ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms)
Single
Ag alloy
10 A at 110 VAC
10 A at 110 VAC
7.5 A at 110 VAC
7 A at 24 VDC
10 A at 24 VDC
5 A at 24 VDC
15 A
10 A
250 VAC
250 VAC
125 VDC
125 VDC
15 A
10 A
10 A
Type
Single-pole and double-pole models
(standard models and bifurcated contact
models)
Item
Single-pole, double-pole models
(models with built-in operation indicators, models
with built-in diodes, and models with built-in CR
circuits),
3-pole and 4-pole models
−25 to 55°C
(with no icing or condensation)*1
Ambient operating
temperature
Ambient operating
humidity
−25 to +40°C
(with no icing or condensation)*2
5% to 85%
Note:
Bifurcated contacts
Inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4, L/R = 7 ms)
Bifurcated
Ag
5 A at 110 VAC
4 A at 110 VAC
5 A at 24 VDC
4 A at 24 VDC
7A
250 VAC
125 VDC
7A
7A
Resistive load
1.
Some models in the LY1 and LY2 Series have an upper
temperature limit of +40°C. This limitation is due to the
diode junction temperature and the elements used.
2. Refer to the ambient temperature and contact carry
current characteristics data on page 5 to 7 for
information on operation in temperature conditions that
are not described here.
3. When you apply a minimum of 10 A of current to an LY1
when it is used in combination with a PTF08A, PTF08AE, or PT08, connect each of the following terminal pairs:
(1) to (2), (3) to (4), and (5) to (6).
*1. If the carry current is 4 A or less, the usable ambient temperature
range is −25 to 70° C.
*2. If the flowing current is 4 A or less, the usable ambient
temperature range is -25 to 55° C.
Characteristics
Type
Item
Contact resistance*1
Operating time*2
Release time*2
Maximum
Mechanical
operating
Rated load
frequency
Insulation resistance*3
Between coil and contacts
Between contacts of
Dielectric
different polarity
strength
Between contacts of the
same polarity
Destruction
Vibration
resistance
Malfunction
Destruction
Shock
resistance
Malfunction
Mechanical
Endurance
Electrical*4
Failure rate P value (reference value)*5
Weight
Standard models, models with built-in operation
indicators, models with built-in CR circuits, and
models with built-in diodes
50 mΩ max.
25 ms max.
25 ms max.
18,000 operations/h
Bifurcated contacts
Note: The values at the left are initial values.
*1. Measurement conditions: 1 A at 5 VDC using the voltage
drop method
*2. Measurement conditions: With rated operating power
applied, not including contact bounce.
Ambient temperature condition: 23° C
*3. Measurement conditions: For 500 VDC applied to the
same location as for dielectric strength measurement.
*4. Ambient temperature condition: 23° C
*5. This value was measured at a switching frequency of 120
operations per minute.
1,800 operations/h
100 MΩ min.
2,000 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
1,000 VAC at 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.5-mm single amplitude (1.0-mm double amplitude)
10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.5-mm single amplitude (1.0-mm double amplitude)
1,000 m/s2
200 m/s2
AC: 50,000,000 operations min.
(switching frequency: 18,000
DC: 100,000,000 operations min.
operations/h)
1-, 3-, 4-pole: 200,000 operations min.
2-pole: 500,000 operations min.
2-pole: 500,000 operations min.
(rated load, operating frequency: 1,800
(rated load, operating frequency: 1,800
operations/h)
operations/h)
100 mA at 5 VDC
10mA at 5 VDC
1-pole and 2-pole: 40 g, 3-pole: Approx. 50 g, 4-pole: Approx. 70 g
Endurance Under Real Loads (Reference Only)
Item
Load
type
AC motor
AC lamp
Capacitor
(2,000 µF)
AC solenoid
LY1, 100 VAC
Conditions
Operating
frequency
LY2, 100 VAC
Electrical life
(×10,000
operations min.)
400 W, 100 VAC singlephase with 35-A inrush ON for 10 s,
current, 7-A current
OFF for 50 s
flow
5
300 W, 100 VAC with
51-A inrush current, 3A current flow
10
500 W, 100 VAC with
78-A inrush current, 5A current flow
24 VDC with 50-A
inrush current, 1-A
current flow
50 VA with 2.5-A inrush
current, 0.25-A current
flow
100 VA with 5-A inrush
current, 0.5-A current
flow
ON for 5 s,
OFF for 55 s
2.5
ON for 1 s,
OFF for 6 s
10
150
ON for 1 s,
OFF for 2 s
80
Conditions
Operating
frequency
LY4, 100 VAC
Electrical life
(×10,000
operations min.)
Conditions
200 W, 200 VAC threephase with 5-A inrush
current, 1-A current
flow
Operating
frequency
Electrical life
(×10,000
operations min.)
50
200 W, 100 VAC singlephase with 25-A inrush ON for 10 s,
current, 5-A current
OFF for 50 s
flow
20
300 W, 100 VAC with
51-A inrush current, 3A current flow
8
300 W, 100 VAC with
51-A inrush current, 3A current flow
ON for 5 s,
OFF for 55 s
5
1
24 VDC with 50-A
inrush current, 1-A
current flow
ON for 1 s,
OFF for 15 s
0.5
15
24 VDC with 20-A
inrush current, 1-A
current flow
ON for 1 s,
OFF for 2 s
20
100
50 VA with 2.5-A inrush
current, 0.25-A current
flow
24 VDC with 50-A
inrush current, 1-A
current flow
24 VDC with 20-A
inrush current, 1-A
current flow
50 VA with 2.5-A inrush
current, 0.25-A current
flow
100 VA with 5-A inrush
current, 0.5-A current
flow
ON for 5 s,
OFF for 55 s
ON for 1 s,
OFF for 15 s
ON for 1 s,
OFF for 2 s
50
750 W, 200 VAC threephase with 18-A inrush
current, 3.5-A current
flow
100 VA with 5-A inrush
current, 0.5-A current
flow
ON for 10 s,
OFF for 50 s
7
100
ON for 1 s,
OFF for 2 s
50
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Engineering Data
Engineering Data
Maximum Switching Capacity
AC
resistive load
15
10
5
Life:
200,000 operations
AC inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4)
1
LY3 and LY4
AC
resistive load
10
5
AC inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4)
1
DC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
Life:
500,000 operations
Contact current (A)
LY2
Contact current (A)
Contact current (A)
LY1
DC
resistive load
0.1
0.1
50
DC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
DC
resistive load
0.1
10
AC inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4)
0.5
DC
resistive load
0 5
Life:
200,000 operations
5
1
DC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
0.5
0.5
AC
resistive load
10
100
500
1,000
0 5
10
50
100
500
Contact voltage (V)
0 5
1,000
10
50
100
500
1,000
Contact voltage (V)
Contact voltage (V)
Endurance Curve
AC
resistive load
10
AC inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4)
5
DC
resistive load
1
0.5
DC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
LY2
Number of operations (×104 operations)
LY1
Number of operations (×104 operations)
Contact current (A)
LY2Z
1,000
110 VAC
resistive load
500
24 VDC
resistive load
100
50
1,000
24 VDC
resistive load
500
110 VAC
resistive load
100
50
110 VAC inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4)
24 VDC
inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
0.1
Life: 500,000 operations
0 5
10
50
24 VDC
110 VAC inductive load
inductive load (cos φ = 0.4)
(L/R = 7 ms)
10
100
500
1,000
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Contact voltage (V)
10
0
14 16 18 20
Switching current (A)
2
4
6
8
10
12
14 16 18 20
Switching current (A)
Ambient Temperature vs. Mustoperate and Must-release Voltage
1,000
24 VDC
resistive load
500
110 VAC
resistive load
100
110 VAC inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4)
50
LY2 100/110 VAC at 50Hz
Must-operate/must-release voltage (%)
LY2Z
Number of operations (×104 operations)
Number of operations (×104 operations)
LY3 and LY4
1,000
24 VDC
resistive load
110 VAC
resistive load
110 VAC inductive load
(cos φ = 0.4)
500
100
50
24 VDC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
24 VDC inductive load
(L/R = 7 ms)
10
0
2
4
6
8
100 Number of Relays: 5
Must-operate voltage
Must-release voltage
(average value)
80
60
40
20
10
10
12
0
14 16 18 20
Switching current (A)
2
4
6
8
10
0
−40
−20
0
20
Switching current (A)
40
60
80
Ambient temperature (°C)
Ambient Temperature vs. Coil
Temperature Rise
Must-operate voltage
Must-release voltage
Number of Relays:
5 (average value)
80
60
120
Rating: 100% applied
110
Rated power consumption: 1 W
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
LY1 100/110 VAC at 50Hz
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
15 A
10 A
Coil temperature rise (°C)
100
LY1 24 VDC
Coil temperature rise (°C)
Must-operate/must-release voltage (%)
LY2 24 VDC
120
90
80
70
50
40
40
No contact current
20
30
30
20
20
−40
−20
0
20
40
60
80
Ambient temperature (°C)
0
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
15 A
10 A
7A
5A
3A
No contact current
10
10
0
Rated power consumption: 1 VA
100
60
7A
5A
3A
Rating: 100% applied
110
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Ambient temperature (°C)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Ambient temperature (°C)
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Rating: 100% applied
Rated power consumption: 1 W
110
100
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
90
80
10 A
70
120
Rating: 100% applied
Rated power consumption: 1.0 VA
110
100
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
90
80
70
10 A
7A
5A
3A
7A
50
50
5A
3A
40
40
100
90
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
10 A
80
70
50
7A
5A
3A
40
20
10
10
20
30
40
LY3 100/110 VAC at 50Hz
Rating: 100% applied
Rated power consumption: 1.6 VA
100
10 A
90
10
10
20
30
40
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
LY4 24 VDC
120
110
30
20
0
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
80
Coil temperature rise (°C)
10
No contact current
Rating: 100% applied
Rated power consumption: 1.5 W
110
100
7A
70
7A
60
5A
60
5A
50
3A
50
3A
No contact current
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
10 A
80
70
40
90
70
60
50
40
No contact current
30
20
10
10
40
50
60
70
80
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
Maximum operating
temperature (120° C)
10 A
80
20
30
40
Rating: 100% applied
Rated power consumption: 1.95 VA
110
30
20
30
100
20
10
20
120
30
0
10
LY4 100/110 VAC at 50Hz
120
90
0
Coil temperature rise (°C)
30
No contact current
0
Coil temperature rise (°C)
Rating: 100% applied
Rated power consumption: 1.4 VA
110
No contact current
20
40
120
60
60
60
30
LY3 24 VDC
Coil temperature rise (°C)
LY2 100/110 VAC at 50Hz
120
Coil temperature rise (°C)
Coil temperature rise (°C)
LY2 24 VDC
7A
5A
3A
No contact current
10
10
0
20
30
40
Ambient temperature (°C)
50
60
70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Ambient temperature (°C)
Models with built-in diodes
The diode absorbs surge from the coil.
With Diode
Without Diode
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
140 V
A
24 VDC
Di
To digital
memory
A
24 VDC
A’
To digital
memory
A’
Note: 1. Make sure that the polarity is correct.
2. The release time will increase, but the
25-ms specification for standard models
is satisfied.
3. Diode characteristics:
Reversed dielectric strength: 1,000 V
Forward current: 1 A
Models with Built-in CR Circuits
With CR
Without CR
282 V
2.5
msec
ms
282 V
80 V
9.4 ms
4.12 ms
600 V
A
200 AC
C = 0.033 μF
R = 120 Ω
A’
200 AC
A
To digital
memory
scope
A’
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Malfunctioning Shock
LY2 100/110 VAC
Y
560
N = 20
Measurement: Shock was applied 2 times each in 6 directions along 3 axes
with the Relay energized and not energized to check the shock values that
cause the Relay to malfunction.
Criteria: Non-energized: 200 m/s2 , Energized: 200 m/s2
Energized
Not energized
440
X
720
500
520
Z
370
Shock direction
350
450
520
700
Z'
X
X'
X'
Y
Z
500
Y'
Unit: m/s2
600
Z'
Y'
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Solder terminals
LY1
LY1N
LY1-D
LY1N-D2
Terminal Arrangement/Internal Connections (Bottom View)
LY1
LY1N-D
0.5
Eight, 2-dia. holes
28 max.
(The coil has no polarity.)
5
36 max.
(Check the coil polarity when wiring
and wire all connections correctly.)
21.5 max.
3
6.4
LY1N
DC Models
Note: 1. For the DC models, check the coil polarity
when wiring and wire all connections
correctly.
2. The indicator is red for AC and green for DC.
3. The operation indicator indicates the
energization of the coil and does not
represent contact operation.
LY2
LY2Z
LY2N
LY2ZN
LY2-D
LY2Z-D
LY2N-D2
LY2ZN-D2
LY1N-D2
AC Models
Check the coil polarity when
wiring and wire all connections
correctly.
(The coil has no polarity.)
Check the coil polarity when wiring
and wire all connections correctly.
Terminal Arrangement/Internal Connections (Bottom View)
LY2(Z)
LY2(Z)-D
(The coil has no polarity.)
Check the coil polarity when wiring and wire all
connections correctly.
0.5
Eight, 3-dia. holes
36 max.
3
6.4
LY2(Z)N
28 max.
DC Models
5
AC Models
LY2(Z)N-D2
21.5 max.
Note: 1. For the DC models, check the coil polarity
when wiring and wire all connections
correctly.
2. The indicator is red for AC and green for DC.
3. The operation indicator indicates the
energization of the coil and does not
represent contact operation.
Check the coil polarity when
wiring and wire all connections
correctly.
(The coil has no polarity.)
Check the coil polarity when wiring
and wire all connections correctly.
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LY3
LY3N
LY3-D
LY3
Terminal Arrangement/Internal Connections (Bottom View)
LY3-D
0.5
28 max.
(The coil has no polarity.)
5
36.5 max.
3
6.4
Check the coil polarity when wiring
and wire all connections correctly.
31.5 max.
Eleven, 3-dia. holes
LY3N
DC Models
Note: 1. For the DC models, check the coil polarity
when wiring and wire all connections correctly.
2. The indicator is red for AC and green for DC.
3. The operation indicator indicates the
energization of the coil and does not represent
contact operation.
LY4
LY4N
LY4-D
LY4N-D2
AC Models
Check the coil polarity when
wiring and wire all connections
correctly.
(The coil has no polarity.)
Terminal Arrangement/Internal Connections (Bottom View)
LY4
LY4-D
0.5
28 max.
(The coil has no polarity.)
5
36 max.
3
6.4
Check the coil polarity when wiring
and wire all connections correctly.
41.5 max.
Fourteen, 3-dia. holes
LY4N-D2
LY4N
DC Models
AC Models
Check the coil polarity when wiring
and wire all connections correctly.
Check the coil polarity when
wiring and wire all connections
correctly.
(The coil has no polarity.)
Note: 1. For the DC models, check the coil polarity when wiring and wire all connections correctly.
2. The indicator is red for AC and green for DC.
3. The operation indicator indicates the energization of the coil and does not represent contact operation.
LY2-CR
LY2Z-CR
LY2N-CR
LY2ZN-CR
Terminal Arrangement/Internal Connections (Bottom View)
LY2(Z)-CR
LY2(Z)N-CR
0.5
Eight, 3-dia. holes*
28 max.
5
3
53 max.
CR element
C = 0.033 μF
R = 120 Ω
21.5 max.
6.4
*These dimensions are for the LY2N-CR.
(The coil has no polarity.)
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Relays with PCB Terminals
PCB Processing Dimensions (Bottom View)
LY1-0, LY3-0,
LY2-0, and LY4-0
1 pole
2 poles
3 poles
4 poles
28 max.
21.5 max.
36 max.
Five, 2.5-dia. holes
Note: The figures and dimensions depicted here are for the LY2-0.
The dimension with an asterisk (*) is 6.4 for the LY1-0.
Eight, 2.5-dia. holes
Eleven, 2.5-dia. holes
Fourteen, 2.5-dia. h
Note: 1. The dimensional tolerance is 0.1 mm.
2. There are exposed parts (conductive parts) on the LY1-0
other than the terminals. Be careful when using this Relay
on a double-sided PCBs.
Terminal Arrangement/Internal Connections (Bottom View)
LY1-0
LY2-0
LY3-0
LY4-0
2
3
6
7
8
(The coil has no polarity.)
Case-surface mounting
LY1F
LY2F
Mounting Hole
Dimensions
22.5 max.
Terminal Arrangement/Internal
Connections (Bottom View)
LY1F
LY2F
44 max.
29 max.
Two, 3.5-dia. holes or
two M3 screw holes
Eight, 2-dia. holes*
35.5 max.
(The coil has no polarity.)
Note: The dimensional
tolerance is ±0.1 mm.
Note: The figures and dimensions depicted here are for the LY1F. The
LY2F is also conforms to these measurements.
LY3F
Mounting Hole
Dimensions
32 max.
Terminal Arrangement/Internal
Connections (Bottom View)
LY3F
28.5 max.
44 max.
Two, 3.5 dia. holes or
two M3 screw holes
Eleven, 3-dia. holes
(The coil has no polarity.)
36 max.
LY4F
Mounting Hole
Dimensions
41.5 max.
Terminal Arrangement/Internal
Connections (Bottom View)
LY4F
Three, 3.5 dia. holes or
two M3 screw holes
28 max.
Fourteen,
3-dia. holes
44 max.
(The coil has no polarity.)
35.5 max.
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Details on Safety-standard-certified Models, LY@
• Standard models are certified for the UL, CSA, and SEV safety standards.
• Refer to Model Number Structure on page 1 for a list of applicable models.
• The rated values for safety standard certification are not the same as individually defined performance values. Always check the specifications before use.
UL-certified Models (File No. E41643)
Model
Coil ratings
Number of
poles
Contact ratings
15A, 120VAC (General use)
CSA-certified Models (File No. LR31928)
Certified number
of operations
Model
Coil ratings
Number of
poles
100,000 operations
Contact ratings
15A, 120VAC (General use)
15A, 240VAC (General use)
6,000 operations
1
100,000 operations
15A, 240VAC (General use)
6,000 operations
15A, 30VDC (Resistive)
6 to 240VAC
6 to 125VDC
Certified number
of operations
15A, 30VDC (Resistive)
6 to 240VAC
6 to 125VDC
1/2HP, 120VAC
100,000 operations
1
1/2HP, 120VAC
100,000 operations
8.5FLA, 30LRA, 120VAC
8.5FLA, 30LRA, 120VAC
TV-5, 120VAC
25,000 operations
TV-5, 120VAC
25,000 operations
470VA, Pilot duty, 120VAC
6,000 operations
470VA, Pilot duty, 120VAC
6,000 operations
15A, 120VAC (General use)
100,000 operations
15A, 120VAC (General use)
12A, 240VAC (General use)
12A, 240VAC (General use)
7A, 250VAC (General use)
7A, 250VAC (General use)
6,000 operations
6,000 operations
15A, 30VDC (Resistive)
15A, 30VDC (Resistive)
5A, 38VDC (Resistive)
LY
6 to 240VAC
6 to 125VDC
5A, 38VDC (Resistive)
1/2HP, 120VAC
100,000 operations
1/3HP, 240VAC
1,000 operations
2
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6 to 240VAC
6 to 125VDC
1/2HP, 120VAC
100,000 operations
1/3HP, 240VAC
1,000 operations
2
8.5FLA, 30LRA, 120VAC
8.5FLA, 30LRA, 120VAC
100,000 operations
100,000 operations
5FLA, 50LRA, 50VDC
TV-3, 120VAC
5FLA, 50LRA, 50VDC
25,000 operations
TV-3, 120VAC
345VA, Pilot duty, 120-240VAC
25,000 operations
345VA, Pilot duty, 120-240VAC
6,000 operations
6,000 operations
B300/R300
B300/R300 Pilot duty
10A, 240VAC (General use)
(Same polarity)
10A, 240VAC (General use)
(Same polarity)
6,000 operations
10A, 30VDC (General use)
(Same polarity)
6 to 240VAC
6 to 125VDC
3
4
10A, 30VDC (Resistive)
(Same polarity)
6,000 operations
2A, 40VDC (Resistive)
(Same polarity)
6 to 240VAC
6 to 125VDC
1/2HP, 240VAC
1,000 operations
0.6A, 100VDC (Resistive)
(Same polarity)
6,000 operations
3
4
1/8HP, 240VAC (Same polarity)
1/2HP, 240VAC (Same polarity)
1,000 operations
1/3HP, 240VAC (Same polarity)
2A, 40VDC (Resistive)
6,000 operations
0.6A, 100VDC (Resistive)
SEV-certified Models (File No. 11, 0573)
TÜV-certified Models (File No. R50030064,
EN 61810-1)
Model
Coil ratings
Number of
poles
Contact ratings
Model
Certified number
of operations
Coil ratings
Number of
poles
Contact ratings
15 A at 24 VDC
6 to 110 VDC
2 to 240 VAC
1
6 to 110 VDC
2 to 240 VAC
2 to 4
15 A at 220 VAC
LY@
15 A, 110 VDC resistive load
10 A, 110 VAC inductive load
Certified number
of operations
6,000 operations
10 A at 24 VDC
10 A at 220 VAC
10 A, 250 VAC resistive load
1
7A, 250 VAC inductive load
10 A, 30 VDC resistive load
7 A, 30 VDC inductive load
LY@
10 A, 110 VAC resistive load
6 to 240 VAC
6 to 110 VDC
200,000
operations
7.5A, 110 VAC inductive load
7A, 250 VAC resistive load
2
4 A, 250 VAC inductive load
7 A, 30 VDC resistive load
4 A, 30 VDC inductive load
3
4
10 A, 110 VAC resistive load
7.5A, 110 VAC inductive load
100,000
operations
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• When ordering a model that is certified for VDE or Lloyd’s Register (LR) standards, always specify “VDE-certified Model” or “LR Standardcertified Model” with your order.
VDE Certification (Certificate No. 6359, EN 61810-1)
Model
Coil ratings
Number of
poles
Contact ratings
Certified number
of operations
10 A, 220 VAC resistive load
7 A, 220 VAC inductive load
1
10 A, 28 VDC resistive load
LY@-VD
6, 12, 24, 50,
110, or 220 VAC
6, 12, 24, 48,
or 110 VDC
7 A, 28 VDC inductive load
7 A, 220 VAC resistive load
200,000
operations
4 A, 220 VAC inductive load
2
7 A, 28 VDC resistive load
4 A, 28 VDC inductive load
LR-certified Models (File No. 00/10047)
Model
LY@
Coil ratings
6 to 240 VAC
6 to 110 VDC
Number of
poles
Contact ratings
2
7.5 A, 230 VAC inductive load
4
5 A, 24 VDC inductive load
Compliance with Electrical Appliances and Material Safety Act
All standard models comply with the Electrical Appliances and Material Safety Act.
Model
LY@
Coil ratings
6 to 240 VAC
6 to 120 VDC
Number of
poles
Contact ratings
1
15 A at 200 VAC
2
3
4
10A at 200 VAC
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Connection Sockets (Refer to Common Socket and
Item
Number
of poles
DIN Track Products for external dimensions.)
The following front connector sockets are all
Back-mounting Sockets
individually certified for UL/CSA: PTF08A,
PTF11A, and PTF14A.
Front-mounting
Sockets
Track or screw
mounting
Solder terminals
Wrapping terminals
Relays with PCB
Terminals
1 or 2
PTF08A(-E)
PT08
PT08QN
PT08-0
3
PTF11A
PT11
PT11QN
PT11-0
PTF14A(-E)
PT14
PT14QN
Model
Standards
PTF08A
PTF11A
PTF14A
No.
UL
File No. E87929
CSA
File No. LR31928
PT14-0
4
Note: The [email protected] Relays have finger protection. Round terminals cannot be used.
Use forked terminals.
and DIN Track Products for external dimensions.)
Relay Hold-down Clips (Refer to Common Socket
Used with Socket mounting
plate
Used with Socket
PYC-A1
PYC-P
PYC-S
Y92H-3
Approx. 3
Number
of poles
Applicable Relay
•
•
•
•
•
Standard models: LY@
Bifurcated contact models:
[email protected]
Models with built-in
operation indicators: [email protected]
Models with built-in diodes:
LY@-D(2)
Models with built-in CR
circuits: LY@-CR
1 or 2
PTF08A
PYC-1
Approx. 2.5
Application Table
Connection Socket and Hold-down Clip
Item
For models with built-in CR circuits
Front-mounting Sockets
Back-mounting Sockets
Track or screw mounting
Solder terminals, wrapping terminals, or PCB
terminals
PTF11A
PTF14A
Applicable
Hold-down
Clips
z
PT08(QN)
PT08-0
PT14(QN)
PT14-0
z
PYC-A1
2
PYC-P
z
4
Applicable
Hold-down
Clips
z
z
3
PT11(QN)
PT11-0
z
z
Y92H-3
z
PYC-1
Mounting Height with Sockets
Front-mounting Sockets
Back-mounting Sockets
Note: 1. The [email protected] can be mounted on a track or with screws.
2. The measurements in parentheses are for the LY@-CR
(built-in CR circuit).
12
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Socket Mounting Plates (t = 1.6)
Type
OMRON can provide Socket Mounting Plate for convenient Socket
installation. Please use these Plates as required.
Number of
sockets
1
10
12
18
PT08
PT08QN
PYP-1
---
---
PYP-18
PT11
PT11QN
PTP-1-3
---
PTP-12
---
PT14
PT14QN
PTP-1
PTP-10
---
---
Sockets
PYP-1
PTP-1-3
PTP-1
49
42±0.1
Two, 3.4-dia. holes
PYP-18
R5
59
Four,
3.4-dia. holes
7.7
21.6
7.7
492
17×27.4 = 465.8±0.6
13.1
4.5
5.1
42
42±0.1 49
49
3.4
42±0.1 49
5.1 42±0.1 49
52±0.1
28
R5
72, oval holes
R1.7
Four, 3.4-dia. holes
21.6
17×27.4 = 465.8±0.6
17×27.4 = 465.8±0.6
PTP-10
PTP-12
7.4
40, oval holes
9×49.4 = 444.6±0.6
13
11×39.4 = 433.4±0.6
48, oval holes
7.7
7.7
42±0.1 49
42±0.1 49
R1.7
1.1
3.4
4.5
9×49.4 = 444.6±0.6
9×49.4 = 444.6±0.6
3.4
7.4
23.7
492
R2.25
4.5
11×39.4 = 433.4±0.6
11×39.4 = 433.4±0.6
12, square holes
29.3
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Safety Precautions
Refer to the Common Relay Precautions for precautions that apply to all Relays.
Precautions for Correct Use
• Use two M3 screws to attach case-surface-mounted models
(LY1F, LY2F, LY3F, and LY4F) and tighten the screws securely.
(Normal tightening torque: 0.98 N·m)
• For Relays with Tab Terminals, select a wire diameter for the lead
wires that connect to the faston receptacle terminals that is within
the allowed range for the load current.
• Do not impose excessive external force on the Relay when
inserting the Relay to the faston receptacle or pulling the Relay out
from the faston receptacle. Do not attempt to insert a terminal
diagonally or insert or pull out more than one terminal at the same
time.
• LY Single-contact Relays are for power switching applications. Do
not use the LY Series for switching minute loads of 100 mA or less,
such as signals.
About the Built-in Diode and CR Elements
The diode or CR element that are built into the Relay are designed to
absorb the reverse voltage from the Relay coil. If a large surge in
voltage is applied to the diode or CR element from an external source,
the element will be destroyed.
If there is the possibility of large voltage surges that could be applied
to the elements from an external source, take any necessary surge
absorption measures.
Applying 10 A or More When Using an LY Relay
with the Following Sockets
When you use an LY-series relay in combination with the PTF08A,
PTF08A-E, or PT08, connect each of the following terminal pairs: (1)
to (2), (3) to (4), and (5) to (6).
Relay Replacement
To replace the Relay, turn OFF the power supply to the load and
Relay coil sides to prevent unintended operation and possible
electrical shock.
Attaching and Removing Relay Hold-down Clips
When you attach a Hold-down Clip to or remove it from a Socket, wear gloves
or take other measures to prevent injuring your fingers on the Hold-down Clip.
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