JQ
RATING
1. Coil data
Contact Nominal coil
arrangement voltage
1 Form A
1 Form C
5V DC
6V DC
9V DC
12V DC
18V DC
24V DC
5V DC
6V DC
9V DC
12V DC
18V DC
24V DC
48V DC
Pick-up voltage
(at 20C 68F)
Standard type:
75%V or less of
nominal voltage (Initial)
High capacity type:
80%V or less of
nominal voltage (Initial)
Standard type:
75%V or less of
nominal voltage (Initial)
High capacity type:
80%V or less of
nominal voltage (Initial)
Drop-out
voltage
(at 20C 68F)
5%V or more of
nominal voltage
(Initial)
5%V or more of
nominal voltage
(Initial)
Nominal operating
current
[10%] (at 20C 68F)
40.0mA
33.3mA
22.2mA
16.7mA
11.1mA
8.3mA
80 mA
66.7mA
44.4mA
33.3mA
22.2mA
16.7mA
8.3mA
Coil resistance
[10%] (at 20C 68F)
125
180
405
720
1,620
2,880
62.5
90
202.5
360
810
1,440
5,760
Nominal operating
power
(at 20C 68F)
Max. applied voltage
180% of nominal voltage
(at 20C 68F)
200mW
130% of nominal voltage
(at 70C 158F)
[When using relays at
85C 185F, see Notes*4]
400mW
150% of nominal voltage
(at 20C 68F)
110% of nominal voltage
(at 70C 158F)
[When using relays at
85C 185F, see Notes*4]
2. Specifications
Characteristics
Item
Contact
Arrangement
Contact resistance (Initial)
Contact material
Nominal switching capacity (resistive load)
Rating
Max. switching power (resistive load)
Max. switching voltage
Max. switching current
Specifications
Standard type
High capacity type
1 Form A
1 Form C
1 Form A
1 Form C
Max. 100m (By voltage drop 6 V DC 1 A)
AgSnO2 type
5 A 125 V AC,
2 A 250 V AC,
5 A 30 V DC
N.O. side:
5 A 125 V AC,
2 A 250 V AC,
3 A 30 V AC
N.C. side:
2 A 125 V AC,
1 A 250 V AC,
1 A 30 V DC
10 A 125 V AC,
5 A 250 V AC,
5 A 30 V DC
N.O. side:
10 A 125 V AC,
5 A 250 V AC,
5 A 30 V AC
N.C. side:
3 A 125 V AC,
2 A 250 V AC,
1 A 30 V DC
625 VA, 150 W
N.O. side:
625 VA, 90 W
N.C. side:
250 VA, 30 W
1,250 V AC, 150 W
N.O. side:
1,250 VA, 150 W
N.C. side:
500 V AC, 30 W
250 V AC, 110 V DC (0.3A)
N.O.: 5 A, N.C.: 2 A
N.O.: 10 A, N.C.: 3 A
Nominal operating power
Min. switching capacity (reference value)*1
Insulation resistance (Initial)
Breakdown voltage Between open contacts
(Initial)
Between contact and coil
Electrical
characteristics
Mechanical
characteristics
Expected life
Temperature rise (coil)
Surge breakdown voltage*2
(Between contact and coil) (Initial)
Operate time (at nominal voltage) (at 20C 68F)
(Initial)
Release time (at nominal voltage) (at 20C 68F)
(Initial)
Shock resistance
Functional
Destructive
Functional
Vibration resistance
Destructive
Mechanical (at 180 times/min.)
Conditions
Conditions for operation, transport and storage*3
Max. operating speed
200 mW
400 mW
200 mW
400 mW
100 mA, 5 V DC
Min. 1,000 M (at 500 V DC) Measurement at same location as “Breakdown voltage” section.
1,000 Vrms for 1 min. 750 Vrms for 1 min. 1,000 Vrms for 1 min. 750 Vrms for 1 min.
4,000 Vrms for 1 min. (Detection current: 10 mA)
Max. 45C 113F
(By resistive method, nominal coil voltage
applied to the coil; contact carrying current:
5A, at 70C 158F)
Max. 45C 113F
(By resistive method, nominal coil voltage
applied to the coil; contact carrying current:
10A, at 70C 158F)
8,000 V
Max. 20 ms (excluding contact bounce time.)
Max. 10 ms (excluding contact bounce time) (Without diode)
294 m/s2 (Half-wave pulse of sine wave: 11 ms; detection time: 10s.)
980 m/s2 (Half-wave pulse of sine wave: 6 ms.)
10 to 55 Hz at double amplitude of 1.6 mm (Detection time: 10s.)
10 to 55 Hz at double amplitude of 2.0 mm
Min. 107
Ambient temperature: –40C to +70C –40F to +158F (class E insulation),
–40C to +85C –40F to +185F*4 (class B insulation)
Humidity: 5 to 85% R.H. (Not freezing and condensing at low temperature)
20 times/min. (at nominal switching capacity)
Unit weight
Approx. 7 g .25 oz
* Specifications will vary with foreign standards certification ratings.
Notes:
*1. This value can change due to the switching frequency, environmental conditions, and desired reliability level, therefore it is recommended to check this with the actual load.
*2. Wave is standard shock voltage of 1.250s according to JEC-212-1981
*3.The upper limit of the ambient temperature is the maximum temperature that can satisfy the coil temperature rise value. Refer to “6. Usage, Storage and Transport
Conditions“ in AMBIENT ENVIRONMENT section in Relay Technical Information.
*4. When using relays in a high ambient temperature, consider the pick-up voltage rise due to the high temperature (a rise of approx. 0.4% V for each 1C 33.8F with 20C
68F as a reference) and use a coil impressed voltage that is within the maximum applied voltage range.
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