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Floatless Level Switch (Compact, Plug-in Type)
61F-GP-N@
CSM_61F-GP-N@_DS_E_7_2
Space-saving Design Ideal for Control Panel
Downsizing. Easy Maintenance.
• Compact: 49.4 × 38 × 84 mm (H×W×D).
• Easy identification of operating status with LED operation indicator.
• Independent DPDT contacts on 11-Pin Models.
• CE marking and UL/CSA compliance.
Refer to Safety Precautions for Floatless Level
Controllers.
■ Model Number Legend
1. No. of Pins
61F-GP-@@
N: 11 pins
N8: 8 pins
1 2
Position of LED indicator
2. Type
Blank:
L 2KM:
L 4KM:
H:
D:
R:
T:
General-purpose
Long-distance (for 2 km)
Long-distance (for 4 km)
High-sensitivity
Low-sensitivity
Two-wire
High-temperature
■ Ordering Information
Type
11-pin
Type
11-pin
Type
General-purpose
Long-distance (for 2 km)
Model
Model
61F-GP-N
61F-GP-NL 2KM
High-sensitivity
Low-sensitivity
Model
Model
61F-GP-NH
61F-GP-ND
Tropical environments
Type
8-pin
Type
8-pin
61F-GP-N-TDL
Model
Model
61F-GP-NT
Long-distance (for 2 km)
Model
Model
61F-GP-N8L 2KM
High-sensitivity
Low-sensitivity
Model
Model
61F-GP-N8H
Two-wire
61F-GP-NR
General-purpose
61F-GP-N8
Model
61F-GP-NL 4KM
High-temperature
Model
8-pin
Long-distance (for 4 km)
61F-GP-N8D
Long-distance (for 4 km)
Model
61F-GP-N8L 4KM
Two-wire
Model
61F-GP-N8R
61F-GP-N8HY
Note: When ordering, specify the desired operating voltage at the end of the model number.
Example: 61F-GP-N [220 VAC]
Desired supply voltage
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61F-GP-N@
■ Compact Plug-in Models (11-pin Type)
Specifications
Item
General-purpose
Controller
Hightemperature
Controller
61F-GP-N
61F-GP-NT
Long-distance
Controllers
High-sensitivity
Controller
Low-sensitivity
Controller
Two-wire
Controller
61F-GP-NL 2KM
(for 2 km)
61F-GP-NL 4KM
(for 4 km)
61F-GP-NH
(see note 4)
61F-GP-ND
61F-GP-NR
For control of ordinary purified water
in cases where the
distance between
sewage pumps
and water tanks or
between receiver
tanks and supply
tanks is long or
where remote control is required.
For control of liquids with high specific resistance
such as distilled
water
For control of liquids with low specific resistance
such as salt water,
sewage water,
acid chemicals, alkali chemicals
For control of ordinary purified water
or sewage water
used in combination with Two-wire
Electrode Holder
(incorporating a
resistor of 6.8 kΩ)
Approx. 0.12 mA
AC max.
Approx. 1 mA AC max.
Approx. 10 kΩ to
approx. 40 kΩ
(see note 3)
0 to approx.
1.3 kΩ
Approx. 100 k to
∞Ω
Approx. 4 k to ∞ Ω Approx. 15 k to
∞Ω
50 m max.
1 km max.
Controlling materials
and operating conditions
For control of ordi- For control of ordinary purified water nary purified water
or sewage water or sewage where
operating ambient
temperature is
high.
Supply voltage
24, 100, 110, 120, 200, 220, 230 or 240 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Operating voltage
range
85% to 110% of rated voltage
Interelectrode voltage 8 VAC
Interelectrode current Approx. 1 mA AC max.
Power consumption
Approx. 3.5 VA max.
Interelectrode operate 0 to approx. 4 kΩ
resistance
0 to approx. 4 kΩ
Interelectrode release Approx. 15 k to
resistance
∞Ω
Approx. 15 k to
∞Ω
0 to approx. 1.3 kΩ
(for 2 km)
0 to approx. 0.5 kΩ
(for 4 km)
4 k to ∞ Ω (for 2
km)
2.5 k to ∞ Ω (for 4
km)
Response time
Operate:80 ms max.
Release:160 ms max.
Cable length
(see note 1)
1 km max.
Control output
1 A, 250 VAC (Inductive load: cosφ = 0.4)
3 A, 250 VAC (Resistive load)
Ambient temperature
Operating:–10 to 55°C (–10 to 70°C for high-temperature controller)
Ambient humidity
Operating:45% to 85% RH
Insulation resistance
(see note 2)
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric strength
(see note 2)
2000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
Life expectancy
Electrical: 100,000 operations min.
Mechanical: 5,000,000 operations min.
Weight
Approx. 155 g
Accessories
Hold-down clip PFC-N8
Approved standards
UL508, CSA C22.2 No.14, EN61010-1, EN61326-1 Industrial electromagnetic environment
600 m max.
2 km max.
4 km max.
0 to
approx. 2 kΩ
800 m max.
Note: 1. The length when using completely insulated, 600-V, 3-conductor (0.75 mm2) cabtire cables. Usable cable lengths will become shorter as
the cable diameter or number of conductors becomes larger. For details, refer to Safety Precautions for Floatless Level Controllers.
2. The insulation resistance and dielectric strength indicate values between power terminals and Electrode terminals, between power
terminals and contact terminals, and between Electrode terminals and contact terminals. For details, refer to Safety Precautions for
Floatless Level Controllers.
3. Possible to use with 15 kΩ or less, however, this may cause reset failure.
4. 61F-GP-NH High-sensitivity Controller uses advanced operation.
When the power supply voltage is applied, if there are some liquids between the electrodes (ground and operation electrodes), the internal relay will not operate.
When the power supply voltage is applied, if there are no liquids between the electrodes (ground and operation electrodes), the internal
relay will operate.
If the advanced operation does not satisfy applications, consider using 61F-N8HY controller which uses sequential operation.
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Internal Circuit Diagrams
61F-GP-N/-NT/-NL/-ND
61F-GP-NH
Power supply
61F-GP-NR
Power supply
Power supply
24 V Control circuit
24 V Control circuit
24 V Control circuit
8V
8V
8V
(See note.)
U
3
9
4
5
11
S0
S1
E3
E1
Ta1 Tc1
10
(See note.)
U
U
1
7
Tb1
Ta2 Tc2
6
8
3
9
4
5
11
Tb2
S0
S1
E3
E1
Ta1 Tc1
10
U
U
1
7
Tb1
Ta2 Tc2
6
U
8
3
9
4
5
11
10
1
Tb2
S0
S1
E3
E1
Ta1
Tc1
Tb1
Note: When applying a self-holding circuit, short between terminals 5 and 6 and use terminal 7 as E2.
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■ Connections
Automatic Water Supply and
Drainage Control
Compact, Plug-in Type
61F-GP-N
Dimensions:
page 14
Automatic Water Supply Control
Automatic Drainage Control
Connections
Connections
61F-GP-N
Commercial Voltage
R S T
61F-GP-N
Commercial Voltage
R S T
8
7
6
5
U
MCCB
0V
4
24 V
Control
circuit
8
6
0V
U
Contactor
Control
circuit
U
8V
U
11
4
24 V
Power
supply
U
3
10
5
U
MCCB
8V
Power
supply
7
1
9
3
2
10
Contactor
(See note.)
9
11
1
2
(See note.)
PS-3S
Stop
Motor
protection
relay
Water supply
source
M
Water
tank
E1
E3
E2
Start
Motor
protection
relay
M
P
PS-3S
Wastewater
tank
P
Start
E1
E3
E2
Stop
Reservoir
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
Connection Sockets
PF113A (Front-connecting)
PL11 (Rear-connecting)
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
Connection Sockets
PF113A (Front-connecting)
PL11 (Rear-connecting)
Connect terminal 1 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
Connect terminal 1 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
Principles of Operation
Principles of Operation
Water
supply
P
Pump OFF
E1
Pump ON
E2
(Indicator ON)
(Indicator OFF)
E3
Pump ON
E1
Pump OFF
E2
E3
(Indicator ON)
(Indicator OFF)
P
Water drainage
The pump stops when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and starts when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
The pump starts when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and stops when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
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61F-GP-N@
Liquid Level Indication
(Connection Example)
Compact, Plug-in Type
61F-GP-N
Dimensions:
page 14
Liquid Level Indication
Connections
Lower limit
Commercial Voltage
R S T
Intermediate
61F-GP-N
8
61F-GP-N
6
7
U
0V
MCCB
5
4
U
1
61F-GP-N
9
2
6
7
U
0V
3
10
5
4
8
0V
11
1
9
2
3
10
Control
circuit U
24 V
Power
supply
8V
U
5
4
6
7
U
Control U
circuit
24 V
Power
supply
8V
11
8
Control U
circuit
24 V
Power
supply
3
10
Upper limit
8V
U
9
2
1
11
(See note.)
PS-4S
E1
Water supply
source
M
Water
tank
P
E2
E4
E3
Upper limit
Intermediate
Lower limit
Note: The power supply phases (terminals 3 to 9) can be matched to use the same ground for the
common Electrode (the longest Electrode, terminal 4).
Principles of Operation
• Terminals 6 and 7, and terminals 10 and 11 on the lower -limit 61F-GP-N are shorted when the water level reaches E3 (indicator ON).
• Terminals 6 and 7, and terminals 10 and 11 on the intermediate 61F-GP-N are shorted when the water level reaches E2 (indicator ON).
• Terminals 6 and 7, and terminals 10 and 11 on the upper-limit 61F-GP-N are shorted when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON).
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Replacing 61F-G3N Functions (Automatic Water
Supply Control with Abnormal Water Increase and
Water Shortage Alarms)
Compact, Plug-in Type
61F-GP-N
Dimensions:
page 14
Replacing 61F-G3N Functions
Connections
Water shortage
Commercial Voltage
R S T
Pump control
61F-GP-N
8
61F-GP-N
6
7
5
4
U3
0V
MCCB
PL
Control
circuit
24 V
Lower limit
Contactor
7
1
9
2
B
Alarm
6
U2
0V
U3
3
10
5
4
Control
circuit
24 V
8
U2
11
1
0V
U2
5
4
6
9
2
3
10
PL
Control
circuit
24 V
U1
8V
Power
supply
U1
11
9
2
1
Upper limit
(See note.)
PS-5S
Motor protection
relay
E1
Water
tank
Water supply
source
M
7
U1
8V
Power
supply
U3
11
61F-GP-N
8
8V
Power
supply
3
10
Full tank
E2
E3
E5
P
E4
Full tank
Stop
Start
Water shortage
Note: The power supply phases (terminals 3 to 9) can be matched to use the same ground for the common Electrode
(the longest Electrode, terminal 4).
Principles of Operation
• The pump stops when the water level
reaches E2 (U2 indicator ON) and starts
when the water level drops below E3 (U2
indicator OFF).
• If the water level rises to E1 for any reason,
the upper-limit indicator turns ON and the
alarm sounds (U1 indicator ON).
If the water level drops below E4 for any
reason, the lower-limit indicator turns ON
and the alarm sounds (U3 indicator OFF).
Water supply
Upper
limit
P
E1
Pump OFF
Pump ON
(U1 indicator ON)
(U2 indicator OFF)
E3
E5
B
(U2 indicator ON)
E2
E4
LH
Lower
limit
(U3 indicator OFF)
LL
B
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Two-Wire Connections
Automatic Water Supply and Drainage Control
Compact, Plug-in Type
61F-GP-NR
Dimensions:
page 14
Automatic Water Supply Control
Automatic Drainage Control
Connections
Connections
Commercial Voltage
R S T
Commercial Voltage
R S T
61F-GP-NR
5
MCCB
61F-GP-NR
5
MCCB
4
4
0V
Power
supply
24 V
Control
circuit
24 V Control
circuit
0V
U
Power
supply
8V
8V
U
U
3
10
Contactor
11
1
9
3
2
10
(See note.)
PS-3SR
R
Motor
protection
relay
M
Stop
Water
tank
Water supply
source
U
E3
E2
E1
11
1
2
Contactor
(See note.)
Motor
protection
relay
Wastewater
tank
Start
M
P
9
P
R
E3 E2
PS-3SR
E1
Reservoir
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
Connection Sockets
PF113 (Front-connecting)
PL11 (Rear-connecting)
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
Connection Sockets
PF113 (Front-connecting)
PL11 (Rear-connecting)
• Connect terminal 1 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
• Connect terminal 11 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
• With 2-wire connections, only two wires are required between
the 61F-GP-NR and Electrode Holder, but three wires are
required for the Electrodes.
• The Electrode Holder must be specified for 2-wire connections.
(Resistance R is built into Electrode Holders for 2-Wire
Connections.)
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
• With 2-wire connections, only two wires are required between
the 61F-GP-NR and Electrode Holder, but three wires are
required for the Electrodes.
• The Electrode Holder must be specified for 2-wire connections.
(Resistance R is built into Electrode Holders for 2-Wire
Connections.)
Principles of Operation
Principles of Operation
Water
supply
P
Pump OFF
Pump ON
(Indicator ON)
E1
(Indicator OFF)
E2
Pump ON
(Indicator ON)
E1
Pump OFF
(Indicator OFF)
E2
P
E3
E3
Water drainage
The pump stops when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and starts when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
The pump starts when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and stops when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
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■ Connection with Three-phase Four-line Circuit
When supplying power from N-phase to the Controller in three-phase four-line circuit, refer to the following diagrams.
Line voltage (R-S, S-T, or R-T):
380 or 415 VAC
Phase voltage (N-R, N-S, or N-T): 220 or 240 VAC
61F-GP-N@ 220 or 240 VAC
61F-GP-N
8
7
6
4
U
Power source
380 or 415 VAC
R S T N *
0V
5
Control circuit
24 V
U
8V
220 or
240 V
Source voltage:
between 3 and 9
U
3
10
9
1
11
A
2
(See note 1)
Electromagnetic switch
Water
tank
Water supply source
M
Stop
Start
E1
E2
* (See note 2.)
E3
P
Note: 1. The diagram shows the connections for the water supply. When draining, change the connection from terminal 1 to terminal 11.
2. Be sure to ground terminal 4.
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■ Compact Plug-in Models (8-pin Type)
Specifications
Item
General-purpose
Controller
Long-distance
Controllers
High-sensitivity
Controllers
Low-sensitivity
Controller
Two-wire
Controller
61F-GP-N8
61F-GP-N8Y
(see note 4)
61F-GP-N8L 2KM
(for 2 km)
61F-GP-N8L 4KM
(for 4 km)
61F-GP-N8H
61F-GP-N8HY
(see note 4)
61F-GP-N8D
61F-GP-N8R
For control of liquids with high specific resistance
such as distilled
water
For control of liquids with low specific resistance
such as salt water,
sewage water, acid
chemicals, alkali
chemicals
For control of ordinary purified water
or sewage water
used in combination with Two-wire
Electrode Holder
(incorporating a resistor of 6.8 kΩ)
Controlling mate- For control of ordi- For control of ordirials and operat- nary purified water nary purified water
ing conditions
or sewage water
in cases where the
distance between
sewage pumps and
water tanks or between receiver
tanks and supply
tanks is long or
where remote control is required.
Supply voltage
24, 100, 110, 120, 200, 220, 230 or 240 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Variable
Sensitivity
Controller
61F-GP-N8-V50
For control of cases
where variable sensitivity control is required such as
detection of froth on
the surface of a liquid, control of soil
moisture content,
or detection of degree of water pollution
24, 110, 220 or
240 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Operating voltage 85% to 110% of rated voltage
range
Interelectrode
voltage
8 VAC
24 VAC
8 VAC
24 VAC
Interelectrode
current
Approx. 1 mA AC max.
Approx.
0.4 mA AC max.
Approx. 1 mA AC max.
Approx. 3 mA AC
max.
Approx. 15 kΩ to
approx. 70 kΩ
(see note 3)
0 to approx. 1.3 kΩ 0 to approx. 2 kΩ
0 to 50 kΩ (Variable)
Approx. 300 k to
∞Ω
Approx. 4 k to ∞ Ω Approx. 15 k to ∞ Ω Operating resistance +50 kΩ max.
50 m max.
1 km max.
Power consump- Approx. 3.5 VA max.
tion
Interelectrode op- 0 to approx. 4 kΩ
erate resistance
0 to 1.3 kΩ (for
2 km)
0 to 0.5 kΩ (for
4 km)
Interelectrode re- Approx. 15 k to ∞ Ω 4 k to ∞ Ω
lease resistance
(for 2 km)
2.5 k to ∞ Ω
(for 4 km)
Response time
Operate: 80 ms max.
Release: 160 ms max.
Cable length
(see note 1)
1 km max.
Control output
1 A, 250 VAC (Inductive load: cosφ = 0.4)
3 A, 250 VAC (Resistive load)
2 km max.
4 km max.
800 m max.
50 m max.
Ambient tempera- Operating: –10 to 55°C
ture
Ambient humidity Operating: 45% to 85% RH
Insulation resistance
(see note 2)
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric
strength
(see note 2)
2000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min.
Life expectancy
Electrical: 100,000 operations min.
Mechanical: 5,000,000 operations min.
Weight
Approx. 155 g
Accessories
Hold-down clip PFC-N8
Approved standards
UL508, CSA C22.2 No.14, EN61010-1, EN61326-1 Industrial electromagnetic environment
Note: 1. The length when using completely-insulated, 600-V, 3-conductor (0.75 mm2) cabtire cables. Usable cable lengths will become shorter as
the cable diameter or number of conductors becomes larger.
2. The insulation resistance and dielectric strength indicate values between power terminals and Electrode terminals, between power terminals and contact terminals, and between Electrode terminals and contact terminals.
3. Possible to use with 15 kΩ or less, however, this may cause reset failure.
4. 61F-GP-N8H/-N8Y High-sensitivity Controllers use advanced operation.
When the power supply voltage is applied, if there are some liquids between the electrodes (ground and operation electrodes), the internal relay will not operate.
When the power supply voltage is applied, if there are no liquids between the electrodes (ground and operation electrodes), the internal
relay will operate.
If the advanced operation does not satisfy applications, consider using 61F-N8HY controller which uses sequential operation.
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Internal Circuit Diagrams
61F-GP-N8/-N8L/-N8D/-N8HY
Power supply
61F-GP-N8R
61F-GP-N8H
Power supply
Power supply
24 V
Control circuit
8 V (see note)
24 V
24 V Control circuit
Control circuit
8V
24 V
2
Note: 24 V for the 61F-GP-N8HY.
61F-GP-N8Y
61F-GP-N8-V50
Power supply
Power supply
24 V Control circuit
8V
24 V
Control circuit
24 V
3
4
2
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61F-GP-N@
Automatic Water Supply and Drainage Control
Compact, Plug-in Type
61F-GP-N8
Dimensions:
page 14
Automatic Water Supply Control
Automatic Drainage Control
Connections
Connections
61F-GP-N8
Commercial Voltage
R S T
2
61F-GP-N8
Commercial Voltage
R S T
1
8
MCCB
7
2
0V
24 V
Control
circuit
U
Contactor
8V
24 V Control circuit U
Power
supply
U
3
7
U
8V
Power
supply
8
MCCB
U
0V
1
U
4
5
6
3
Contactor
(See note.)
4
5
6
(See
note.)
PS-3S
Stop
Motor
protection
relay
Water supply
source
Water
tank
E1
E3
M
E2
Start
Motor
protection
relay
PS-3S
Wastewater
tank
M
P
Start
E1
E3 E2
P
Stop
Reservoir
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
Connection Sockets
PF083A (Front-connecting)
PL08 (Rear-connecting)
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
Connection Sockets
PF083A (Front-connecting)
PL08 (Rear-connecting)
• Connect terminal 2 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
• Connect terminal 3 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
Principles of Operation
Principles of Operation
Water
supply
P
Pump OFF
E1
Pump ON
E2
(Indicator ON)
Pump ON
(Indicator OFF)
Pump OFF
E3
E1
E2
E3
(Indicator ON)
(Indicator OFF)
P
Water drainage
The pump stops when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and starts when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
The pump starts when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and stops when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
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Two-Wire Connections
Automatic Water Supply and Drainage Control
Compact, Plug-in Type
61F-GP-N8R
Dimensions:
page 14
Water Supply
Automatic Drainage
Connections
Connections
Commercial Voltage
R S T
Commercial Voltage
R S T
61F-GP-N8R
2
MCCB
61F-GP-N8R
1
8
7
2
MCCB
1
8
U
U
8V
0V
Control
circuit
24 V
Control
circuit
24 V
Power
supply
U
U
3
A
8V
0V
Power
supply
7
4
5
3
6
4
5
6
A
(See note.)
Contactor
PS-3SR
(See
note.)
Contactor
R
Motor
protection
relay
Stop
Water
tank
Water supply
source
E3
M
E2
E1
Motor
protection
relay
Wastewater
tank
Start
E1
M
P
PS-3SR
R
P
E3
E2
Start
Stop
Reservoir
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
Note: Be sure to ground the common Electrode E3 (the
longest Electrode).
• Connect terminal 2 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
• Connect terminal 3 to the contactor’s coil terminal.
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
• With 2-wire connections, only two wires are required between
the 61F-GP-N8R and Electrode Holder, but three wires are
required for the Electrodes.
• The Electrode Holder must be specified for 2-wire connections.
(Resistance R is built into Electrode Holders for 2-Wire
Connections.)
Note: The power supply depends on the specifications of the
model.
• With 2-wire connections, only two wires are required between
the 61F-GP-N8R and Electrode Holder, but three wires are
required for the Electrodes.
• The Electrode Holder must be specified for 2-wire connections.
(Resistance R is built into Electrode Holders for 2-Wire
Connections.)
Principles of Operation
Principles of Operation
Water
supply
P
Pump OFF
E1
Pump ON
E2
(Indicator ON)
(Indicator OFF)
E3
Pump ON
E1
Pump OFF
E2
E3
(Indicator ON)
(Indicator OFF)
P
Water drainage
The pump stops when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and starts when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
The pump starts when the water level reaches E1 (indicator ON)
and stops when the water level drops below E2 (indicator OFF).
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61F-GP-N@
■ Connection with Three-phase Four-line Circuit
When supplying power from N-phase to the Controller in three-phase four-line circuit, refer to the following diagrams.
Line voltage (R-S, S-T, or R-T):
380 or 415 VAC
Phase voltage (N-R, N-S, or N-T): 220 or 240 VAC
61F-GP-N8@, 220 or 240 VAC
Power source
380 to 415 VAC
R S T N *
5
6
Control
circuit
U
3
24 V
8V
U
7
4
Transformer
1
8
2
A
*
Electromagnetic switch
Stop
Start
E1
Water tank
E2
Water supply source
M
E3
P
Note: Be sure to ground terminal 1.
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61F-GP-N@
Dimensions
Note: All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
61F-GP-N, -NT, -NL, -NH, -ND, -NR, -N -TDL, -N14, -N15, -NH3
When mounting a Display Unit to a PF113A
Surface-mounting Socket, secure the PF113A with
the groove facing toward the bottom and then
connect the 61F-GP-N the PFC-N8 accessory.
PFC-N8
4
)/2
$7/(
66
/(9(
628
32
: (5
&216
8037
61F-GP-N
49.4
5 &(
/
6:
I7&
9$&
+
I21 FREQ.
9$0
SECON
D[
: 50/60
DARY
VOLTA
*E
: 8 VAC
Hz
101
38
Approx.
80
70
84
83
PF113A
4.5
6
t = 0.3
Note: PFC-N8 Mounting Bracket (provided with
the Level Controller)
61F-GP-N8, -N8L, -N8H, -N8HY, -N8D, -N8R
Use a PFC-N8 Mounting Bracket to mount the
Level Controller to a PF083A Rail-mounted
Socket.
PFC-N8
4
49.4
61F-GP-N8
38
91
Approx.
80
70
84
83
PF083A
4.5
6
t=0.3
Note: PFC-N8 Mounting Bracket (provided with
the Level Controller)
■ Safety Precautions
Refer to Safety Precautions for All Level Controllers.
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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2015.8
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