Solid State Relays G3NA CSM_G3NA_DS_E_11_1 Wide Lineup of General-purpose Solid State Relays with Applicable Loads of 5 to 90 A • AC Output Relays with 75-A and 90-A output currents have been added to the G3NA Series. • All models feature the same compact dimensions to provide a uniform mounting pitch. • Built-in varistor effectively absorbs external surges. (except G3NA-D210B) • Operation indicator enables monitoring operation. • Protective cover for greater safety. • Standard models certified by UL and CSA and -UTU models by TÜV. (except G3NA-410B, G3NA-420B, and G3NA-440B(-2)) 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 Solid State Relays. Model Number Structure ■ Model Number Legend G3NA-@@@@@-@-@ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1. Basic Model Name G3NA: Solid State Relay 2. Load Power Supply Blank: AC output D: DC output 3. Rated Load Power Supply Voltage 2: 200 VAC or 200 VDC 4: 400 VAC 4. Rated Load Current 05: 5A 10: 10 A 20: 20 A 40: 40 A 50: 50 A 75: 75 A 90: 90 A 5. Terminal Type B: Screw terminals 6. Zero Cross Function Blank: Equipped with zero cross function (AC-output models only) 7. Certification Blank: Standard models (certified by UL and CSA) UTU: Certified by UL, CSA, and TÜV 8. RoHS Conformance Blank: Non RoHS conformance (G3NA-275B, -290B, -440B, -450B, -475B, -490B series only) 2: RoHs conformance 1 G3NA Ordering Information ■ List of Models Isolation Zero cross function Phototriac Coupler Yes Photocoupler Phototriac Coupler Indicator Yes (Yellow) Applicable output load (See note 1.) 5 A at 24 to 240 VAC (See note 2.) 10 A at 24 to 240 VAC (See note 2.) Photocoupler Phototriac Coupler 20 A at 24 to 240 VAC (See note 2.) Photocoupler Phototriac Coupler 40 A at 24 to 240 VAC (See note 2.) Photocoupler Phototriac Coupler 75 A at 24 to 240 VAC (See note 2.) Photocoupler Phototriac Coupler Photocoupler Yes Model 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-205B DC5-24 100 to 120 VAC G3NA-205B AC100-120 200 to 240 VAC G3NA-205B AC200-240 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-210B DC5-24 100 to 120 VAC G3NA-210B AC100-120 200 to 240 VAC G3NA-210B AC200-240 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-220B DC5-24 100 to 120 VAC G3NA-220B AC100-120 200 to 240 VAC G3NA-220B AC200-240 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-240B DC5-24 100 to 120 VAC G3NA-240B AC100-120 200 to 240 VAC G3NA-240B AC200-240 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-275B-UTU-2 DC5-24 100 to 120 VAC G3NA-275B-UTU-2 AC100-240 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-290B-UTU-2 DC5-24 90 A at 24 to 240 VAC (See note 2.) 100 to 240 VAC G3NA-290B-UTU-2 AC100-240 10 A at 200 to 480 VAC 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-410B DC5-24 100 to 240 VAC G3NA-410B AC100-240 20 A at 200 to 480 VAC 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-420B DC5-24 100 to 240 VAC G3NA-420B AC100-240 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-440B-2 DC5-24 40 A at 200 to 480 VAC --- Rated input voltage 100 to 240 VAC G3NA-440B-2 AC100-240 50 A at 200 to 480 VAC (See note 2.) 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-450B-2 DC5-24 75 A at 200 to 480 VAC (See note 2.) 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-475B-UTU-2 DC5-24 100 to 240 VAC G3NA-475B-UTU-2 AC100-240 90 A at 200 to 480 VAC (See note 2.) 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-490B-UTU-2 DC5-24 100 to 240 VAC G3NA-490B-UTU-2 AC100-240 10 A at 5 to 200 VDC 5 to 24 VDC G3NA-D210B DC5-24 100 to 240 VAC G3NA-D210B AC100-240 * The standard models are certified by UL and CSA. To order a TÜV-certified model for G3NA-205BN/210B/220B/240B/D210B, add “-UTU” to the model number. Note: 1. The applicable load is the value for when the SSR is used with silicon grease applied to the specified heat sink. The applicable load depends on the ambient temperature. Refer to Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature in Engineering Data on page 6. 2. Loss time increases under 75 VAC. (Refer to page 15.) Confirm operation with the actual load. 2 G3NA ■ Accessories (Order Separately) One-touch Mounting Plates Model Mounting Bracket Model R99-12 FOR G3NA R99-11 Applicable SSR G3NA-240B, G3NA-440B(-2) Heat Sinks Slim Models Enabling DIN-track Mounting Model Applicable SSR Low-cost Models Model Applicable SSR Y92B-N50 G3NA-205B, G3NA-210B, G3NA-D210B, G3NA-410B, G3NA-210T(L) Y92B-A100 G3NA-205B, G3NA-210B, G3NA-D210B, G3NA-220B, G3NA-410B, G3NA-420B Y92B-N100 G3NA-220B, G3NA-420B, G3NA-220T(L) Y92B-A150N G3NA-240B-2, G3NA-440B-2 Y92B-N150 G3NA-240B, G3NA-440B-2 Y92B-A250 G3NA-440B-2 Y92B-P250 G3NA-450B-2 Y92B-P250NF (See note.) G3NA-275B-UTU-2, G3NA-290B-UTU-2, G3NA-475B-UTU-2, G3NA-490B-UTU-2 Note: The Y92B-P250NF is scheduled for release on May 1, 2004. 3 G3NA Specifications ■ Ratings Input (at an Ambient Temperature of 25°C) Model G3NA-2@@B G3NA-4@@B G3NA-D210B G3NA-275B-UTU-2 G3NA-290B-UTU-2 G3NA-475B-UTU-2 G3NA-490B-UTU-2 Rated voltage Operating voltage Impedance (See note 1.) Voltage level Must operate voltage 7 mA max. (See note 2.) 4 VDC max. Must release voltage 5 to 24 VDC 4 to 32 VDC 1 VDC min. 100 to 120 VAC 75 to 132 VAC 36 kΩ±20% (See note 4.) 75 VAC max. (See note 3.) 20 VAC min. (See note 3.) 200 to 240 VAC 150 to 264 VAC 72 kΩ±20% 150 VAC max. (See note 3.) 40 VAC min. (See note 3.) (See note 5.) 5 to 24 VDC 4 to 32 VDC 5 mA max. (See note 2.) 4 VDC max. 100 to 240 VAC 75 to 264 VAC 72 kΩ±20% 75 VAC max. 1 VDC min. 20 VAC min. 5 to 24 VDC 4 to 32 VDC 15 mA max. 4 VDC max. 1 VDC min. 100 to 240 VAC 75 to 264 VAC 72 kΩ±20% 75 VAC max. 20 VAC min. 5 to 24 VDC 4 to 32 VDC 7 mA max. 4 VDC max. 1 VDC min. 100 to 240 VAC 75 to 264 VAC 72 kΩ±20% 75 VAC max. 20 VAC min. Note: 1. The input impedance is measured at the maximum value of the rated supply voltage (for example, with the model rated at 100 to 120 VAC, the input impedance is measured at 120 VAC). 2. With constant current input circuit system. The impedance for the G3NA-2@@B-UTU is 15 mA max. 3. Refer to Temperature Characteristics (for Must Operate Voltage and Must Release Voltage) in Engineering Data on page 7 for further details. 4. The G3NA-240B(-UTU) is 72kΩ±20%. 5. The G3NA-240B(-UTU) is 20 VAC min. Output Model G3NA-205B Rated load voltage Load voltage range 24 to 240 VAC 19 to 264 VAC Load current (See note 1.) With heat sink (See note 2.) Without heat sink 0.1 to 5 A (at 40°C) 0.1 to 3 A (at 40°C) Inrush current 60 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-210B 0.1 to 10 A (at 40°C) 0.1 to 4 A (at 40°C) 150 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-220B 0.1 to 20 A (at 40°C) 0.1 to 4 A (at 40°C) 220 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-240B 0.1 to 40 A (at 40°C) 0.1 to 6 A (at 40°C) 440 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-410B 200 to 480 VAC 180 to 528 VAC 0.2 to 10 A (at 40°C) 0.2 to 4 A (at 40°C) 150 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-420B 0.2 to 20 A (at 40°C) 0.2 to 4 A (at 40°C) 220 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-440B-2 VDRM, VCEO (reference value) 600 V (VDRM) 1,200 V (VDRM) 0.2 to 40 A (at 40°C) 0.2 to 6 A (at 40°C) 440 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-D210B 5 to 200 VDC 4 to 220 VDC 0.1 to 10 A (at 40°C) 0.1 to 4 A (at 40°C) 20 A (10 ms) 400 V (VCEO) G3NA-275B-UTU-2 24 to 240 VAC 19 to 264 VAC 1 to 75 A (at 40°C) 1 to 7 A (at 40°C) 800 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) 600 V (VDRM) G3NA-290B-UTU-2 1 to 90 A (at 40°C) 1 to 7 A (at 40°C) 1,000 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-475B-UTU-2 200 to 480 VAC 180 to 528 VAC 1 to 75 A (at 40°C) 1 to 7 A (at 40°C) 800 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) G3NA-490B-UTU-2 1 to 90 A (at 40°C) 1 to 7 A (at 40°C) 1,000 A (60 Hz, 1 cycle) 1,200 V (VDRM) Note: 1. The load current varies depending on the ambient temperature. Refer to Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature under Engineering Data on page 6. 2. When an OMRON Heat Sink (refer to Options) or a heat sink of the specified size is used. 4 G3NA ■ Characteristics Item G3NA205B G3NA210B G3NA220B G3NA240B G3NA410B G3NA- G3NA- G3NA420B 440B-2 450B-2 G3NAD210B G3NA275BUTU-2 G3NA290BUTU-2 G3NA475BUTU-2 G3NA490BUTU-2 Operate time 1/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (DC input) 3/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (AC input) 1 ms max. (DC input) 30 ms max. (AC input) 1/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (DC input) 3/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (AC input) Release time 1/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (DC input) 3/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (AC input) 5 ms max. (DC input) 30 ms max. (AC input) 1/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (DC input) 3/2 of load power source cycle + 1 ms max. (AC input) Output ON voltage drop 1.6 V (RMS) max. 1.8 V (RMS) max. 1.5 V max. 1.6 V (RMS) max. 1.8 V (RMS) max. Leakage current 5 mA max. (at 100 VAC) 10 mA max. (at 200 VAC) 10 mA max. (at 200 VAC) 20 mA max. (at 400 VAC) 5 mA max. (at 200 VDC) 5 mA max. (at 100 VAC) 10 mA max. (at 200 VAC) 10 mA max. (at 200 VAC) 20 mA max. (at 400 VAC) Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) Dielectric strength 2,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min Vibration resistance Destruction: 10 to 55 to 10 Hz, 0.75-mm single amplitude (1.5-mm double amplitude) Shock resistance Ambient temperature Destruction: 1,000 m/s2 Ambient humidity Operating: 45% to 85% Weight Approx. 60 g Operating: Storage: 4,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min –30°C to 80°C (with no icing or condensation) –30°C to 100°C (with no icing or condensation) Approx. Approx. 80 g 70 g Approx. 70 g Approx. 120 g 5 G3NA Engineering Data Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature G3NA-205B G3NA-210B/410B G3NA-220B/420B With standard heat sink (Y92B-A100 or Y92B-N50) or aluminum plate measuring 75 mm x 75 mm x t3.2 mm (W x H x t) Without heat sink Load current (A) Load current (A) Load current (A) 20 16 10 With standard heat sink (Y92B-A100 or Y92B-N50) or aluminum 8 plate measuring 150 mm x 150 mm x t3.2 mm 6 (W x H x t) 5 With iron plate measuring 100 x 100 x t0.8 (W x H x t) 4 Without heat sink With standard heat sink (Y92B-A100 or Y92B-N100) or aluminum plate measuring 200 mm x 200 mm x t3.2 mm (W x H x t) With iron plate measuring 100 x 100 x t0.8 (W x H x t) 2 Without heat sink 0 45 40 40 20 80 30 With standard heat sink (Y92B-A150N or Y92B-N150) 20 With iron plate measuring 100 x 100 x t0.8 (W x H x t) 12 10 Without heat sink 6 4 2 0 −30 −20 0 20 40 100 Ambient temperature (°C) G3NA-275B-UTU-2 G3NA-475B-UTU-2 G3NA-290B-UTU-2 G3NA-490B-UTU-2 80 75 70 100 50 40 Using the Y92B-P250NF 30 20 With iron plate measuring 100 x 100 x t0.8 (W x H x t) 12 10 7 Without heat sink 4A 20 −30−20 0 20 40 60 70 80 100 Ambient temperature (°C) With standard heat sink (Y92B-P250) 40 30 20 10 6 60 80 Without heat sink 0 −30 −20 100 0 20 40 60 80 100 Ambient temperature (°C) G3NA-D210B 20 90 0.6°C/W with Heat Sink 60 50 Ambient temperature (°C) 80 Load current (A) Load current (A) With Y92B-A250 or heat sink with a radiation efficiency of 1°C/W. 0.3°C/W with Heat Sink 70 60 50 Using the Y92B-P250NF 40 35 30 iron plate measuring 20 With 100 x 100 x t0.8 (W x H x t) 12 7 4A Without heat sink 20 0 20 40 60 70 80 100 −30 −20 Ambient temperature (°C) 10 Load current (A) With standard heat sink (Y92B-A150N or Y92B-N150) 60 Load current (A) 45 Load current (A) Load current (A) 50 With iron plate measuring 12 100 x 100 x t0.8 (W x H x t) 10 Without heat sink 6 4 2 0 −30 −20 0 20 40 60 G3NA-450B-2 G3NA-440B-2 G3NA-240B 50 30 Ambient temperature (°C) Ambient temperature (°C) Ambient temperature (°C) With standard heat sink (Y92B-A100 or Y92B-N50) or aluminum plate measuring 150 mm x 150 mm x t3.2 mm (W x H x t) 6 5 With iron plate measuring 100 x 100 x t0.8 (W x H x t) 4 Without heat sink 2 0 −30 −20 0 20 40 60 80 100 Ambient temperature (°C) Note: The ambient operating temperature of the Y92B-P250NF is −30 to 70°C. Be sure the operating temperature is within this range. 6 G3NA One Cycle Surge Current The values shown by the solid line are for non-repetitive inrush currents. Keep the inrush current below the values shown by the dotted line if it occurs repetitively. 40 20 0 150 100 10 30 50 100 200 500 1,000 0 5,000 10 30 50 100 200 500 1,000 400 300 100 200 50 100 0 5,000 30 50 100 200 500 1,000 5,000 10 30 50 100 200 500 1,000 5,000 Energized time (ms) G3NA-290B-UTU-2 G3NA-490B-UTU-2 Inrush current (A peak) 30 28 0 10 Energized time (ms) G3NA-275B-UTU-2 G3NA-475B-UTU-2 Inrush current (A peak) Inrush current (A peak) 150 Energized time (ms) G3NA-D210B 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 200 100 0 10 20 30 50 70 100 200 300 500 0 10 1,000 2,000 30 50 100 Energized time (ms) Temperature Characteristics (for Must Operate Voltage and Must Release Voltage) 1,000 Heat sink area (cm2) 0 3,000 2,000 Ambient temperature 80°C −20 300 200 Aluminum plate 3.2 mm thick 30 20 −40 20 40 60 80 100 Ambient temperature (°C) 0 2 4 6 100 300 1,000 Energized time (ms) Note: The heat sink area refers to the combined area of the sides of the heat sink that radiate heat. For example, when a current of 18 A is allowed to flow through the SSR at 40°C, the graph shows that the heat sink area is about 450 cm2. Therefore, if the heat sink is square, one side of the heat sink must be 15 cm ( 450 (cm2)/2 ) or longer. 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Load current (A) Thermal Resistance Rth (Back of Junction SSR) (Examples) Model 50 Ambient temperature 40°C 1,000 700 500 100 70 50 0 30 G3NA-220B 20 −20 10 Heat Sink Area vs. Load Current 40 −30 300 Energized time (ms) G3NA-2@@B AC input Variation rate (%) 200 50 Energized time (ms) 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 G3NA-240B G3NA-440B-2/-450B-2 Inrush current (A peak) Inrush current (A peak) Inrush current (A peak) 60 G3NA-220B G3NA-420B Inrush current (A peak) G3NA-210B G3NA-410B G3NA-205B Thermal Resistance Rth of Heat Sinks (Examples) Rth (°C/W) Model Rth (°C/W) G3NA-205B 3.22 Y92B-N50 2.8 G3NA-210B 2.62 Y92B-N100 1.63 G3NA-220B 1.99 Y92B-N150 1.38 G3NA-240B 0.45 Y92B-A100 1.63 G3NA-275B-UTU-2 G3NA-475B-UTU-2 G3NA-290B-UTU-2 G3NA-490B-UTU-2 0.45 Y92B-A150N 1.37 Y92B-A250 1.00 Y92B-P250NF 0.46 G3NA-D210B 2.62 Note: When using a commercially available heat sink, use one with a thermal resistance equal to or less that the OMRON Heat Sink. 7 G3NA Dimensions ■ Relays Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated. G3NA-D210B, G3NA-205B, G3NA-210B, G3NA-220B 11.9 Four, M4 x 8 4.5 dia. screws 58 max. 47.5 44 Operating indicator 4.5 25 43 max. 15.8 25 max. 27 max. Note: The load can be connected to either the positive or negative side. G3NA-240B, G3NA-275B-UTU-2, G3NA-290B-UTU-2, G3NA-440B-2, G3NA-475B-UTU-2, G3NA-490B-UTU-2 11.9 4.5 dia. Two, M5 x 12 screws 58 min. 47.5 44 Operating indicator 4.5 25 18.9 28 max. 30 max. Two, M4x8 43 max. G3NA-410B, G3NA-420B Four, M4 x 8 4.5 dia. screws 11.9 58 max. 47.5 44 4.5 25 43 max. Operating indicator 18.9 28 max. 30 max. Mounting Holes Terminal Arrangement/ Internal Connections (Same for all models.) (Top View) DC load AC load (G3NA-D210B(-UTU) only) (All models except those given on the left.) Two, 4.3-dia. or M4 holes Load (See Note.) Output 47.6±0.2 Load Load power supply Load power supply Output 1 − 2 + 1 2 (−) 4 (+) 3 (−) 4 (+) 3 Input Input Note: When connecting the load, either the positive or negative side of the load terminals can be connected. 8 G3NA ■ Options (Order Separately) One-touch Mounting Plate The One-touch Mounting Plate is used to mount the GN3A to a DIN Track. To mount the Relay to DIN Track, first mount it to the One-touch Mounting Plate and then attach it to the DIN Track as shown in the diagram. R99-12 FOR G3NA (for the G3NA and G3NE) Two, M4 mounting holes for the G3NA 47.5 81 To remove the Relay from the DIN Track, pull down on the tab with a screwdriver in the direction of the arrow. 30 44 Two, M4 mounting holes for the G3NE • When a Relay is mounted to DIN Track, use it within the rating for a Relay without a heat sink. • Use the following DIN Tracks: PFP-100N or PFP-100N2. Mounting Bracket R99-11 (for the G3NA-240B, G3NA-440B-2) Use Mounting Bracket R99-11 so that the G3NA-240B/-440B can be mounted with the same pitch as that of the G3N-240B. 16 8 5 12.5 56 21 4 4.6 Heat Sinks Y92B-N50 Heat Sink (for the G3NA-205B, G3NA-210B, G3NA-D210B, G3NA-410B, G3NE-210T(L)) For surface mounting, a 30% derating of the load current is required (from the Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature graphs). For mounting method, refer to "Precautions for Correct Use". Mounting Holes 35 30.5 ±0.3 4.6 dia. Two, 4.4-dia. or M4 holes 100 77 max. max. 90±0.4 90 47.6 ±0.3 Two, M3 holes Two, M4 holes 35±0.2 Weight: approx. 200 g 5.6 44 max. 5 30 Two, 3.2-dia. holes 51 max. 6 4.5 47 max. 9 G3NA Y92B-N100 Heat Sink (for the G3NA-220B, G3NA-420B, G3NE-220T(L)) For surface mounting, a 30% derating of the load current is required (from the Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature graphs). For mounting method, refer to "Precautions for Correct Use". Mounting Holes 35 30.5 ±0.3 Two, 4.4-dia. or M4 holes 4.6 dia. 100 77 max. max. 90±0.4 90 47.6 ±0.3 Two, M3 holes Two, M4 holes 5.6 35±0.2 Weight: approx. 400 g 71 max. 30 28 Two, 3.2-dia. holes 100 max. 5 13 4.5 75 max. Y92B-N150 Heat Sink (for the G3NA-240B, G3NA-440B-2) For surface mounting, a 30% derating of the load current is required (from the Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature graphs). For mounting method, refer to "Precautions for Correct Use". Mounting Holes 35 Two, 4.4-dia. or M4 holes 4.6 dia. 100 77 max. max. 90 56 ±0.3 ±0.3 47.6 Three, M4 holes 5.6 Weight: approx. 560 g 100 max. 30 Two, 3.2-dia. holes 28 100 max. 5 13 4.5 104 max. Y92B-P250NF Heat Sink (for the G3NA-275B-UTU(-2), G3NA-475B-UTU(-2), G3NA-290B-UTU(-2), G3NA-490B-UTU(-2)) For mounting method, refer to "Precautions for Correct Use". Mounting Holes Fan power supply, 200 VAC 50/60 Hz 172 max. 160 max. 64±0.3 133.4 120 max. 105 120 130±0.3 M4 110max. 80 max. 64 Two, 4.6-dia. holes 47.6 Two, M4 holes Thermostat NC contact, 90°C Weight: approx. 2.5 kg Two, 4.5-dia. or M4 holes 10 G3NA Y92B-P250 Two, M4 Depth 10 Four, M4 Mounting Holes Four, 4.5 dia. or M4 190.5 max. 47.6 Four, R2.5 130.5 max. 70 max. 90±0.1 R2.2 Y92B-A250 Heat Sink (for the G3NA-440B-2) Three, M4 holes Three, M4 holes 90±0.1 Two, M4 holes Y92B-A150N Heat Sink (for the G3NA-240B, G3NA-440B-2) 47.6 90±0.1 Y92B-A100 Heat Sink (for the G3NA-205B, G3NA-210B, G3NA-220B, G3NA-410B, G3NA-420B, G3NA-D210B) R2.2 80.5 max. 1.5 47.6 102 max. 9.6 2 47.6 50±0.1 100 max. 50±0.1 56±0.5 150 max. Weight: approx. 210 g Weight: approx. 310 g 50±0.1 56±0.5 250 max. 30 45.5 max. 1.5 Weight: approx. 510 g Mounting Holes Y92B-A100 Y92B-A150 Y92B-A250 Four, 4.3-dia. or M4 holes For surface mounting, a 30% derating of the load current is required (from the Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature graphs). For mounting method, refer to "Precautions for Correct Use". 11 G3NA Safety Precautions Refer to Safety Precautions for All Solid State Relays. !CAUTION Touching the charged section may occasionally cause minor electric shock. Do not touch the G3NA terminal section (the charged section) when the power supply is ON. Be sure to attach the cover before use. !CAUTION The G3NA and heat sink will be hot and may occasionally cause minor burns. Do not touch the G3NA or the heat sink either while the power supply is ON, or immediately after the power is turned OFF. 3. Wire the G3NA and tighten screws correctly, observing the following precautions Heat generated by a terminal error may occasionally result in fire damage. Do not operate if the screws on the output terminal are loose. • Abnormal heat generated by wires may occasionally result in fire damage. Use wires suitable for the load current. • Abnormal heat generated by terminals may occasionally result in fire damage. Do not operate if the screws on the output terminal are loose. Tightening Torque Screw size !CAUTION The internal snubber circuit is charged and may occasionally cause minor electric shock. Do not touch the G3NA’s main circuit terminals immediately after the power is turned OFF. !CAUTION Be sure to conduct wiring with the power supply turned OFF, and always attach the terminal cover after completing wiring. Touching the terminals when they are charged may occasionally result in minor electric shock. !CAUTION Do not apply a short-circuit to the load side of the G3NA. The G3NA may rupture. To protect against short-circuit accidents, install a protective device, such as a quick-burning fuse, on the power supply line. Tightening torque M4 1.2 N⋅m M5 2.0 N⋅m • Abnormal heat generated by terminals may occasionally result in fire damage. When tightening terminal screws, be sure that no non-conductive foreign matter is caught in screw. • For GN3A Relays of 40 A or higher, use crimp terminals of an appropriate size for the wire diameter for M5 terminals. • Do not use any wires with damaged sheaths. These may cause electric shock or leakage. • Do not place wiring in the same conduit or duct as high-voltage lines. Induction may cause malfunction or damage. • Use wires of an appropriate length, otherwise malfunction and damage may result due to induction. • Mount the DIN Track securely. Otherwise, the DIN Track may fall. • Be sure that the G3NA clicks into place when mounting it to DIN Track. The G3NA may fall if it is not mounted correctly. • Do not mount the G3NA when your hands are oily or dirty, e.g., with metal powder. These may cause G3NA failure. ■ Precautions for Safe Use • Tighten the G3NA screws securely. Tightening torque: 0.78 to 0.98 N⋅m Although OMRON continuously strives to improve the quality and reliability of our relays, the G3NA contains semiconductors, which are generally prone to occasional malfunction and failure. Maintaining safety is particularly difficult if a relay is used outside of its ratings. Always use the G3NA within the rated values. When using the G3NA, always design the system to ensure safety and prevent human accidents, fires, and social damage even in the event of G3NA failure, including system redundancy, measures to prevent fires from spreading, and designs to prevent malfunction. • Tighten the heat sink screws securely. Tightening torque: 0.98 to 1.47 N⋅m 1. G3NA malfunction or fire damage may occasionally occur. Do not apply excessive voltage or current to the G3NA terminals. 2. Heat Dissipation • Do not obstruct the airflow to the G3NA or heat sink. Heat generated from an G3NA error may occasionally cause the output element to short, or cause fire damage. • Be sure to prevent the ambient temperature from rising due to the heat radiation of the G3NA. If the G3NA is mounted inside a panel, install a fan so that the interior of the panel is fully ventilated. • Mount the G3NA in the specified orientation. If the G3NA is mounted in any other orientation, abnormal heat generation may cause output elements to short or may cause burning. • Do not use the G3NA if the heat sink fins are bent, e.g., as the result of dropping the G3NA. Heat dissipation characteristics will be reduced, possibly causing G3NA failure. 4. Preventing Overheating When using the High-capacity Heat Sink (Y92B-P250NF), always use a thermostat or other method to protect from overheating in the event that the fan stops. 5. Do Not Touch Fan Blades When the fan is operating, do not touch the fan blades with any part of your body or allow foreign matter to come into contact with the blades. Always attach the enclosed finger guard when using the G3NA. 6. Operating Conditions • Only use the G3NA with loads that are within the rated values. Using the G3NA with loads outside the rated values may result in malfunction, damage, or burning. • Use a power supply within the rated frequency range. Using a power supply outside the rated frequency range may result in malfunction, damage, or burning. 7. Do not transport the G3NA under the following conditions. Failure or malfunction may occur. • Conditions under which the G3NA will be exposed to water • High temperatures or high humidity • Without proper packing • Apply a thin layer of Momentive Performance Materials’s YG6260 or Shin-Etsu Chemical’s G747, or a similar product to the heat sink before mounting • If a material with high thermal resistance, such as wood, is used, heat generated by the G3NA may occasionally cause fire or burning. When installing the G3NA directly into a control panel so that the panel can be used as a heat sink, use a panel material with low thermal resistance, such as aluminum or steel. • Use the specified heat sink or one with equivalent or better characteristics. 12 G3NA Operating and Storage Locations Relationship between SSRs and Duct Height Do not use or store the G3NA in the following locations. Doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration of performance characteristics. Incorrect Example Mounting surface Duct Mounting surface Vertical direction Airflow Base Duct Duct Do not surround the SSR with ducts, otherwise the heat radiation of the SSR will be adversely affected. Countermeasure 2 50 mm max. (A height of no more than half the SSR's height is recommended.) Duct Mounting surface • Do not use or store in locations subject to direct sunlight. • Do not use in locations subject to ambient temperatures outside the range –20 to 60°C. • Do not use in locations subject to relative humidity outside the range 45% to 85% or locations subject to condensation as the result of severe changes in temperature. • Do not store in locations subject to ambient temperatures outside the range –30 to 70°C. • Do not use or store in locations subject to corrosive or flammable gases. • Do not use or store in locations subject to dust (especially iron dust) or salts. • Do not use or store in locations subject to shock or vibration. • Do not use or store in locations subject to exposure to water, oil, or chemicals. • Do not use or store in locations subject to high temperatures or high humidity. • Do not use or store in locations subject to salt damage. • Do not use or store in locations subject to rain or water drops. Countermeasure 1 Duct Use short ducts. If the ducts cannot be shortened, place the SSR on a metal base so that it is not surrounded by the ducts. Ventilation Outside the Control Panel Be aware of airflow Duct Ventilation outlet (axial fan) ■ Precautions for Correct Use Please observe the following precautions to prevent failure to operate, malfunction, or undesirable effect on product performance. Before Actual Operation 1. The G3NA in operation may cause an unexpected accident. Therefore it is necessary to test the G3NA under the variety of conditions that are possible. As for the characteristics of the G3NA, it is necessary to consider differences in characteristics between individual SSRs. 2. Unless otherwise specified, the ratings in this catalog are tested values in a temperature range between 15°C and 30°C, a relative humidity range between 25% and 85%, and an atmospheric pressure range between 88 and 106 kPa (standard test conditions according to JIS C5442). It will be necessary to provide the above conditions as well as the load conditions if the user wants to confirm the ratings of specific G3NAs. Mounting Method Note: The same method in case not use heatsink. SSR Mounting Pitch (Panel Mounting) The correct mounting direction is vertical as below figure. Duct Air inlet If the air inlet or air outlet has a filter, clean the filter regularly to prevent it from clogging to ensure an efficient flow of air. Do not locate any objects around the air inlet or air outlet, otherwise the objects may obstruct the proper ventilation of the control panel. A heat exchanger, if used, should be located in front of the SSRs to ensure the efficiency of the heat exchanger. • Please reduce the ambient temperature of SSRs. The rated load current of an SSR is measured at an ambient temperature of 40°C. • An SSR uses a semiconductor in the output element. This causes the temperature inside the control panel to increase due to heating resulting from the passage of electrical current through the load. To restrict heating, attach a fan to the ventilation outlet or air inlet of the control panel to ventilate the panel. This will reduce the ambient temperature of the SSRs and thus increase reliability. (Generally, each 10 °C reduction in temperature will double the expected life.) Load current (A) 60 mm min. 80 mm min. 5A Required number 0.08 of fans per SSR 10 A 0.16 20 A 0.31 40 A 0.62 Vertical direction Example: For 10 SSRs with load currents of 10 A, 0.16 x 10 = 1.6 Thus, 2 fans would be required. 30 mm min. Size of fans: 92 mm2, Air volume: 0.7 m3/min, Ambient temperature of control panel: 30 °C 75 A 1.2 90 A 1.44 If there are other instruments that generate heat in the control panel other than SSRs, additional ventilation will be required. 13 G3NA High-capacity Heat Sink (Y92BP250NF) Ratings and Characteristics of Highcapacity Heat Sink (Y92B-P250NF) DIN-track Mounting Fan Ratings • Assembled DIN Tracks are heavy. Mount the DIN Tracks securely. Be sure that the Heat Sink is securely locked to the DIN Track. • Attach End Plates (PFP-M, order separately) to both ends of the Units on the DIN Track to hold them in place. • To mount a Heat Sink to a DIN Track, press down at the point indicated by arrow 1 in the diagram and then press in the Heat Sink at the point indicated by arrow 2. Rated voltage 200 V Operating voltage 85% to 110% of rated voltage Frequency 50/60 Hz Rated current (See note.) 0.061 A at 50 Hz 0.052 A at 60 Hz Rated speed (See note.) 2,600 r/min at 50 Hz 3,050 r/min at 60 Hz Note: Average values. Thermostat Ratings Operating temperature Approx. 90°C Contact ratings Vertical 8 A at 250 VAC, resistive load 5 A at 30 VDC, resistive load Fan Characteristics Motor type Single-phase shading coil induction motor (2-pole, open type) Applicable DIN Track Terminal type Terminals Mounting is possible on TE35-15Fe (IEC 60715) DIN tracks. DIN tracks from the following manufacturers can be used. Insulation class IEC class B (130°C) UL class A (105°C) CSA class A (105°C) Insulation resistance 100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between all power supply connections and uncharged metal parts. Insulation withstand voltage 2,000 VAC (1 minute) between all power supply connections and uncharged metal parts. Manufacturer Schneider Thickness: 1.5 mm AM1-DE2000 Thickness: 2.3 mm --- WAGO 210-114 or 210-197 210-118 PHOENIX N35/15 N35/15/15-2.3 Direct Mounting Ambient operating −30 to 70°C (no icing) temperature • Prepare mounting holes as shown in the diagram. Tightening torque: 0.98 to 1.47 N⋅m Ambient storage temperature −40 to 85°C (no icing) Ambient humidity 25 to 85% Protection Impedance protection Materials Frame : Die-cast aluminum Blades : Glass polycarbonate Bearings Ball bearings Weight Approx. 300 g 64±0.3 130±0.3 Compliant standards PSE, EN/IEC 60335 (CE marking compliant) Certified standards UL/CSA (pending) Four, 4.5 dia. or M4 holes • When mounting a Heat Sink directly, first remove the Fan Unit, then mount the Heat Sink by itself before attaching the Fan Unit again. (Remove the two screws shown in the following diagram.) Remove screws Fan Unit Heat Sink • First, temporarily mount the Heat Sink with the bottom two screws and then attach the top two screws with the mounting bracket sandwiched between the Heat Sink and mounting surface. Finally, tighten all four screws. • Use a commercial power supply (50/60 Hz) for the Fan. • Be sure to turn OFF the power supply and wait for the blades to stop before inspecting the Fan. • High-precision ball bearings are used in the fan and these may be damaged if the Fan is dropped or otherwise subjected to shock. The life and characteristics of the Fan will be reduced if the bearings are damaged. Do not subject the Fan to shock. • The life of the Fan depends on the ambient temperature, As a guideline, the Fan life is 40,000 hours for continuous usage at 40°C. • Be sure there are no objects near the air vents that would restrict air flow and no loose objects, such as electrical lines. • The Fan is an OMRON R87F-A4A-93HP (200 VAC) Fan. Use the same model of Fan for replacement. • The recommended tightening torque for the Fan is 0.44 N⋅m. • Terminals equivalent to Faston #110 are used for the Fan power supply terminals. • Refer to the following table for the OMRON Fan power supply plug cables (order separately). Cable length UL certified Complies with Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law (Japan) 1m R87F-PC R87F-PCJT 2m R87F-PC-20 R87F-PCJT-20 • Connect the ground screw hole on the fan to PE. 14 G3NA Preventing Overheating with a Highcapacity Heat Sink (Y92B-P250NF) • When the High-capacity Heat Sink is used, high-capacity switching at 75 A or 90 A requires forced cooling with a fan. Connect the Fan to a power supply according to its ratings specifications. • If the Fan stops due to a power supply error, due to foreign matter in the power supply connection, or due to aging, the Heat Sink will heat to high temperatures, possibly resulting in failure of the SSR or adverse affects on other devices. Implement an overheating prevention measure, such as turning OFF the load current, if the Heat Sink overheats. • A thermostat is provided to detect overheating. The thermostat uses a NC contact, i.e., the circuit will be opened for overheating. This thermostat can be used to stop the operation of the SSR. Implement an overheating prevention measure by using this signal to output an alarm or perform another response applicable to the system. Also, confirm that there is no problem with the overall system. • Do not connect the thermostat directly to the load power supply. Connect it to a contactor or other shutoff device connected above the SSR. • Terminals equivalent to Faston #187 are used for the thermostat terminals. • Do not place heat-dissipating silicon grease on the thermostat. • Do not solder the thermostat terminals. • The following diagram shows a protective circuit example. 2. DC-switching models Less than 3 m Load Input G3NA-UTU Output • The input cable must be less than 3 m. Loss Time The loss time will increase when the G3NA is used at a low applied voltage or current. Be sure that this does not cause any problems. Loss time Using DC Loads For a DC or L load, a diode should be connected in parallel the load to absorb the counter electromotive force of the load. Circuit breaker (contact side) Circuit breaker (coil side) Coil power supply Thermostat (NC contact) G3NA Load Load Y92B-P250NF Input Load power supply SSR Load side Fuses Input side Circuit breaker Ventilating a High-capacity Heat Sink (Y92B-P250NF) • Refer to Ventilation Outside the Control Panel. Operating Conditions • Do not apply currents exceeding the rated current otherwise, the temperature of the G3NA may rise excessively. • As protection against accidents due to short-circuiting, be sure to install protective devices, such as fuses and no-fuse breakers, on the power supply side. • Do not apply overvoltages to the input circuit or output circuit. Failure or burning may result. • Do not drop the G3NA or otherwise subject it to abnormal shock. Malfunction or failure may result. • Keep the cooling system running continuously during the ON/OFF operation of the SSR. This is to allow residual heat to dissipate while the SSR is OFF. (load current 75 A, 90 A models) • The Y92B-P250NF is a Class 1 device. If compliance with EU standards is required, ground the Y92B-P250NF. • Use the ground terminal on the Heat Sink. Screw size: M5 Tightening torque: 2 N·m Do not use the ground terminal on the fan. Connect a quick-break fuse in series with the load as a short-circuit protection measure. Use one of the fuses in the following table or one with equivalent or better characteristics. Recommended Fuses G3NA rated load current Fuse model 5A 60LFF5 8A 60LFF8 10 A 60LFF10 15 A 60LFF15 20 A 60LFF20 50SHA20 25 A 60PFF25 50SHA25 30 A 60PFF30 50SHA30 40 A 50SHA40 45 A 50SHA45 50 A 50SHA50 75 A 50SHA75 80 A 50SHA80 100 A 50SHB100 Manufacturer Applicable SSR HINODE ELECTRIC G3NA-205B CO.,LTD. G3NA-210B G3NA-220B G3NA-240B G3NA-275B-UTU(-2) G3NA-290B-UTU(-2) Reverse Connection EMC Directive Compliance (For -UTU type) EMC directives can be complied with under the following conditions. 1. AC-switching models • A capacitor must be connected to the input power supply. • A capacitor, varistor and toroidal core must be connected to the load power supply. • The input cable must be less than 3 m. Troidal core Load Input 3 m max. G3NA Output The output terminal side of the G3NA-D210B is connected to a builtin diode to protect the SSR from damage that may result from reverse connection. The SSR, however, cannot withstand one minute or more if the wires are connected in reverse. Therefore, pay the utmost attention not to make polarity mistakes on the load side. Installation and Mounting • Mount the G3NA securely with screws. Keep the screws tightened to a torque of 0.78 to 0.98 N·m. • Mount the Heat Sink securely with screws. Keep the screws tightened to a torque of 0.98 to 1.47 N·m. Recommended Capacitor : 0.05μF, 500 VAC (Load) 0.1μF, 250 VAC (Input) Recommended Varistor : 470 V, 1750 A Recommended Troidal core : NEC/TOKIN:ESD-R-25B or equivalent 15 G3NA ■ Precautions on Operating and Storage Environments 1. Operating Ambient Temperature 3. Vibration and Shock The rated value for the ambient operating temperature of the G3NA is for when there is no heat build-up. For this reason, under conditions where heat dissipation is not good due to poor ventilation, and where heat may build up easily, the actual temperature of the G3NA may exceed the rated value resulting in malfunction or burning. Do not subject the G3NA to excessive vibration or shock. Otherwise the G3NA may malfunction and internal components may be deformed or damaged, resulting in failure of the G3NA to operate. When using the G3NA, design the system to allow heat dissipation sufficient to stay below the Load Current vs. Ambient Temperature characteristic curve. Note also that the ambient temperature of the G3NA may increase as a result of environmental conditions (e.g., climate or air-conditioning) and operating conditions (e.g., mounting in an airtight panel). To prevent the G3NA from abnormal vibration, do not install the G3NA in locations or by means that will subject it to vibration from other devices, such as motors. 4. Solvents Do not allow the G3NA or the resin portion of the Fan’s thermostat to come in contact with solvents, such as thinners or gasoline. Doing so will dissolve the markings on the G3NA. 2. Transportation 5. Oil When transporting the G3NA, observe the following points. Not doing so may result in damage, malfunction, or deterioration of performance characteristics. Do not allow the G3NA terminal cover to come in contact with oil. Doing so will cause the cover to crack and become cloudy. • • • • Do not drop the G3NA or subject it to severe vibration or shock. Do not transport the G3NA if it is wet. Do not transport the G3NA under high temperatures or humidity. Do not transport the G3NA without packing it properly. ■ Operation 1. Leakage Current 2. Screw Tightening Torque A leakage current flows through a snubber circuit in the G3NA even when there is no power input. Therefore, always turn OFF the power to the input or load and check that it is safe before replacing or wiring the G3NA. Tighten the G3NA terminal screws properly. If the screws are not tight, the G3NA will be damaged by heat generated when the power is ON. Perform wiring using the specified tightening torque. 3. Handling Relays Varistor Trigger circuit Input circuit Switch element Snubber circuit Do not mount the G3NA when your hands are oily or dirty, e.g., with metal powder. These may cause G3NA failure. Leakage current 4. Do Not Drop Be careful not to drop a Relay or Heat Sink onto any part of your body while working. Injury may result. This is particularly true for the High-capacity Heat Sink (Y92B-P250NF), which weighs 2.5 kg. 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. 16 Terms and Conditions Agreement Read and understand this catalog. 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