Multifunction Timer
H3DE
Analog Set Multifunction Timers
In Slim 22.5 mm Design
For Track Mounting
H Wide AC/DC power supply range
(24 to 230 VAC/DC) minimizes inventory
H 12 VDC available in H3DE-M model
H Programmable contacts (available in
-M2 and -S2 models) can enable and
disable a self-holding relay circuit
H Eight operating modes in the H3DE-M
(four in the H3DE-S) offer wide
application flexibility
H Time setting range 0.10 sec to 120 hrs
H Finger protection terminal block
Ordering Information
J TIMER
Description
Part number
Contact output
Supply voltage
Multifunctional
Standard
DPDT (time-limit output SPDT);
and switchable SPDT
(time-limit ←→ instantaneous)
12 VDC
H3DE-M2 DC12
—
24 to 230
VAC/DC
H3DE-M2 AC/DC24-230
H3DE-S2 AC/DC24-230
H3DE-M1 AC/DC24-230
H3DE-S1 AC/DC24-230
SPDT (time-limit output SPDT)
J MODEL NUMBER LEGEND
H3DE-j-j-j
1
2 3
1. M: Multifunction type
S: Standard type
2. 1: SPDT
2: DPDT
3. Supply voltage
J ACCESSORIES (ORDER SEPARATELY)
Item
Description
Part number
Mounting track
50 cm (l) x 7.3 mm (t)
PFP-50N
1 m (l) x 7.3 mm (t)
PFP-100N
1 m (l) x 16 mm (t)
PFP-100N2
End plate
PFP-M
Spacer
PFP-S
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H3DE
H3DE
Specifications
J GENERAL
Item
H3DE-M2
Operating mode
A: ON-delay (Signal or Power)
B: Repeat-cycle OFF start (Signal or Power)
B2: Repeat-cycle ON start (Signal or Power)
C: Signal ON-/OFF-delay
D: Signal OFF-delay
E: Interval (Signal or Power)
G: Signal ON-/OFF-delay
J: One-shot (Signal or Power)
H3DE-M1
H3DE-S2
H3DE-S1
Terminal block
Clamps two 2.5 mm2 max. bar terminals without sleeves.
Terminal screw tightening
torque
0.98 N S m max. {approx. 10 kgf S cm max.}
Input type
Voltage input
Output type
Relay: DPDT
Mounting method
DIN track mounting (See Note.)
Attachment
Nameplate
Approved standards
UL508, CSA 22.2 No.14
Conforms to EN61812-1, IEC60664-1 (VDE0110) 4 kV/2, VDE0106/P100
Output category according to IEC60947-5-1 (AC-13; 250 V 5A/AC-15; 250 V 3 A/DC-13; 30 V 0.1 A)
A: ON-delay
B2: Repeat-cycle ON start
E: Interval
J: One-shot
--Relay: SPDT
Relay: DPDT
Relay: SPDT
Note: Can be mounted to 35-mm DIN track with a plate thickness of 1 to 2.5 mm.
J TIME RANGES
Time scale display
Time unit display
seconds
min
hrs
10 h
x 0.1
0.1 to 1.2 s
0.1 to 1.2 min
0.1 to 1.2 h
1 to 12 h
x1
1 to 12 s
1 to 12 min
1 to 12 h
10 to 120 h
Note: When the main dial is set to “0” for all settings, the output will operate instantaneously.
J RATINGS
Rated supply voltage
(See Notes 1 and 2.)
24 to 230 VAC/DC (50/60 Hz)
12 VDC (H3DE-M2 model only)
Operating voltage range
85% to 110% of rated supply voltage
Power reset
Minimum power-off time: 0.1 s
Reset voltage
Power
consumption
p
(S Note
(See
N t 3.)
3)
2.4 VAC/DC max.
H3DE-M1
AC: approx. 4.3 VA (2.2 W) at 230 VAC
DC: approx. 0.7 W at 24 VDC
H3DE-M2
AC: approx. 4.8 VA (2.4 W) at 230 VAC
DC: approx. 1.0 W at 24 VDC
H3DE-S1
AC: approx. 2.7 VA (1.6 W) at 230 VAC
DC: approx. 0.7 W at 24 VDC
H3DE-S2
AC: approx. 3.2 VA (1.9 W) at 230 VAC
DC: approx. 1.0 W at 24 VDC
Voltage input
Max. permissible capacitance between input lines (terminals B1 and A2) : 2000 pF
Load connectable in parallel with inputs (terminals B1 and A2)
H-level: 20.4 to 253 VAC/DC
L-level: 0 to 2.4 VAC/DC
Control output
Contact output: 5 A at 250 VAC with resistive load (cosφ = 1); 5 A at 30 VDC with resistive
load (cosφ = 1)
Ambient temperature
Operating: --10°C to 55°C (14 to 131°F) with no icing
Storage: --25°C to 65°C (--13°F to 149°F) with no icing
Ambient humidity
Operating: 35% to 85%
Note: 1. DC ripple rate: 20% max.
2. Since an inrush current of 0.25 A will occur when using the power supply voltage at 24 VDC, pay careful attention when turning
on or off the power supply to the Timer with a solid-state output such as a sensor.
3. The power consumption is for mode A (ON-delay) after the Timer counts the time-up time and for the AC input at 50 Hz. The
power consumption of the H3DE-Mj includes the input circuit with the B1 and A1 terminals short-circuited.
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H3DE
H3DE
J CHARACTERISTICS
Accuracy of operating time
±1% max. of FS (±1% ±10 ms max. at 1.2-s range) (See Note 1.)
Setting error
±10% ±50 ms max. of FS (See Note 1.)
Signal input time
50 ms min. (See Note 1.)
Voltage influence
±0.5% max. of FS (±0.5% ±10 ms max. at 1.2-s range)
Temperature influence
±2% max. of FS (±2% ±10 ms max. at 1.2-s range)
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min. at 500 VDC
Dielectric strength
Between current-carrying metal parts and exposed non-current-carrying metal parts: 2,000 VAC for 1 min.
Between control output terminals and operating circuit: 2,000 VAC for 1 min.
Between contacts of different polarities: 2,000 VAC for 1 min.
Between contacts not located next to each other: 1,000 VAC for 1 min.
Vibration resistance
Malfunction: 0.5-mm single amplitude at 10 to 55 Hz
Destruction: 0.75-mm single amplitude at 10 to 55 Hz
Shock resistance
Malfunction: 100 m/s2 (approximately 10G)
Destruction: 1,000 m/s2 (approximately 100G)
Contact material
AgNi+gold plating (Use the G6RN-1 at 12 VDC.)
Impulse withstand voltage
3 kV (between power terminals)
4.5 kV (between current-carrying metal parts and exposed non-current-carrying metal parts)
Noise immunity
Square-wave noise generated by noise simulator (pulse width: 100 ns/1 µs, 1-ns rise) ±1.5 kV
Static immunity
Malfunction: 4 kV
Destruction: 8 kV
Life expectancy
Mechanical: 10 million operations min. (under no load at 1,800 operations/h)
Electrical: 100,000 operations min. (5 A at 250 VAC, resistive load at 360 operations/h)
(See Note 2.)
EMC
EMI
Emission Enclosure: EN55011 Group 1 class A
Emission AC Mains: EN55011 Group 1 class A
Harmonic Current: EN61000-3-2
Voltage Fluctuation and Flickering EN61000-3-3
EMS
Immunity ESD: EN61000-4-2: 6 kV contact discharge (level 3);
8 kV air discharge (level 3)
Immunity RF-interference from AM Radio Waves: EN61000-4-3: 10 V/m (80 MHz to 1 GHz) (level 3)
Immunity Burst: EN61000-4-4: 2 kV power port and output port (level 3);
1 kV control port with capacitive clamp (level 3)
Immunity Surge: EN61000-4-5: 2 kV common mode (level 3);
1 kV differential mode (level 3)
Enclosure rating
IP30 (Terminal block: IP20)
Weight
120 g
Note: 1. With the H3DE-Mj, if the voltage exceeds 26.4 VAC/DC, the following hold at signal OFF for C, D, and G modes:
Accuracy of operating time: ±1% ±50 ms max. at 1.2-s range
Setting error: ±10% +100/--50 ms max.
Signal input time: 100 ms min.
2. For reference : A maximum current of 0.15 A can be switched at 125 VDC (cosφ=1).
A maximum current of 0.1 A can be switched if L/R is 7 ms.
In both cases, a life of 100,000 operations can be expected.
The minimum applicable load is 10 mA at 5 VDC (failure level: P).
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H3DE
H3DE
Nomenclature
J H3DE-F
Nameplate (20 x 5.4 mm white panel)
Front View
Time scale indicator
Time unit display window
Time scale selector
(select 0.1 or 1)
Time unit selector (select one from
sec, min, hrs, and 10 h)
Output indicator (orange)
(Lit while Timer gives output.)
Operating mode selector
(select a mode from A, B, C,
B2, D, E, J, and G for the
H3DE-M1/-M2, from A, E, J,
and B2 for the H3DE-S1/S2)
Main dial (for setting a time value)
Operating mode display window
Power-on indicator (green)
(Lit while the power is on.)
Bottom View
Output Type Selector Switch Settings
Setting
Output type
Time-limit output (terminal numbers 25, 26 and
28) (default setting)
Output type selector switch for
H3DE-M2/-S2 (default setting
is time-limit output)
4
Instantaneous output
(terminal numbers 21, 22 and 24)
H3DE
H3DE
Operation
J BLOCK DIAGRAM
H3DE-M1/-M2
Zero setting
detection
circuit
AC (DC) input
Power supply
circuit
Oscillation
circuit
Time range/
unit selectors
Counting
circuit
Input circuit
Start input
Operating
mode selector
Output circuit
Indicator
circuit
Power-ON Output
indicator
indicator
H3DE-S1/-S2
AC (DC) input
Power supply
circuit
Zero setting
detection
circuit
Oscillation
circuit
Time range/
unit selectors
Counting
circuit
Operating
mode selector
Output circuit
Indicator
circuit
Power-ON Output
indicator
indicator
J I/O FUNCTIONS
Item
H3DE-M1/-M2
H3DE-S1/-S2
Input
Start
Starts operation.
No input is available.
Output
Control output
Outputs are turned ON according to designated output mode when preset value is reached. (See Note.)
Note: When the output type selector switch on the bottom of the Timer is set to the instantaneous side, the relay R2 (terminal numbers
21/25, 22/26, and 24/28) becomes an instantaneous contact and turns ON/OFF in synchronization with the changes in the power
supply.
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H3DE
H3DE
J BASIC OPERATION
Time Unit and Time Scale Selection
Selector Setting
The selectors can be turned clockwise and counterclockwise to
select the desired time unit, time scale, or operating mode.
Each selector has a snap mechanism that secures the selector at
a given position. Set the selector at a position at which it is
secured. Do not set it midway between two securing positions or
a malfunction could result from improper setting.
The desired time unit (sec, min, hrs, or 10h) can be displayed in
the time unit display window above the time setting dial by
turning the time unit selector located at the upper right corner of
the front panel. The time scale (0.1 or 1) is selected with the time
scale selector at the upper left corner of the front panel. It
appears in the scale range display window above the selector.
Time unit display window
Scale range display
window
Groove for
screwdriver
Scale range
selector
A
Operating mode
display window
Time unit selector
Operating mode selector
Operating Mode Selection
The H3DE-M/-S can be set to any one of the operating modes A
to J. Turn the operating mode selector with a screwdriver until the
desired operating mode (A, B, B2, C, D, E, G, or J for the
H3DE-M and A, B2, E, or J for the H3DE-S) appears in the
operating mode display window located below the selector.
J TIMING CHART
Note: 1. The minimum power reset time is 0.1 s and the minimum signal input time is 0.05 s.
2. The letter “t” in the timing charts stands for the set time and “t--a” means that the period is less than the time set.
Operating
mode
Timing chart
t
A: ON-delay
t--a
t
Basic operation
Power (A1 and A2)
Power
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
*
Start
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
t
Output
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
*
**
Power indicator
(This table continues on the next page.)
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**
For power-on operation, impose voltage to the
Start input. The Timer starts operating at the
moment the power is turned on.
Start input is invalid while the Timer is in operation.
H3DE
H3DE
Timing Chart — continued from previous page
Operating
mode
B:
Repeatcycle OFF
start
Timing chart
t
t
t--a
t
t
t
t--a
Basic operation
Power (A1 and A2)
Power
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
*
Start
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
**
t
t
t
t
Output
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
*
For power-on operation, impose voltage to the
Start input. The Timer starts operating at the
moment the power is turned on.
Start input is invalid while the Timer is in operation.
**
Power indicator
B2:
Repeatcycle ON
start
t
t
t--a
t
t
t
t--a
Power (A1 and A2)
Basic operation
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
Power
*
Start
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
C:
Signal
ON/OFFdelay
**
t
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
Output
Power indicator
**
*
t
t
t
t--a
t
t
t
t
For power-on operation, impose voltage to the
Start input. The Timer starts operating at the
moment the power is turned on.
Start input is invalid while the Timer is in operation.
t--a
Power (A1 and A2)
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
Basic operation
Power
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
*
Start
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
t
t
t
t
Output
*
Power indicator
Start input is invalid while the Timer is in operation.
Note: The start input of the H3DE-M1 or H3DE-M2 model is activated by applying a voltage to B1 and A2 terminals.
The voltage can be applied by turning on the contact between B1 and A1 (Refer to Terminal Arrangement).
(This table continues on the next page.)
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H3DE
H3DE
Timing Chart — continued from previous page
Operating
mode
D:
Signal
OFF-delay
Timing chart
t
t--a
t--a
t
t--a
Power (A1 and A2)
Basic operation
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
Power
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
*
Start
t
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
Output
*
Start input is valid and re-triggerable while the
Timer is in operation.
Power indicator
t
t
E: Interval
t
t--a
t--a
Basic operation
Power (A1 and A2)
Power
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
*
Start
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
Output
t
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
*
**
Power indicator
G:
Signal
ON/OFFdelay
J:
One-shot
output
(ON delay)
**
For power-on operation, impose voltage to the
Start input. The Timer starts operating at the
moment the power is turned on.
Start input is valid and re-triggerable while the
Timer is in operation.
Basic operation
Power (A1 and A2)
Power
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
Power indicator
*
Start
t
*
t
t--a
t--a
Power (A1 and A2)
Power indicator
t
t
Start input is valid and re-triggerable while the
Timer is in operation.
Basic operation
Power
*
Start
Approx.
1±0.6 s
(fixed)
Approx.
1±0.6 s
(fixed)
Approx.
1±0.6 s
(fixed)
Output
*
**
**
t
Approx. 1±0.6 s
(fixed)
For power-on operation, impose voltage to the
Start input. The Timer starts operating at the
moment the power is turned on.
Start input is valid and re-triggerable while the
Timer is in operation.
Note: The start input of the H3DE-M1 or H3DE-M2 model is activated by applying a voltage to B1 and A2 terminals.
The voltage can be applied by turning on the contact between B1 and A1 (Refer to Terminal Arrangement).
8
t
Output
t
Start (B1 and A2)
(See Note.)
Output relay: NC
15 and 16
(25 and 26)
Output relay: NO
(output indicator)
15 and 18
(25 and 28)
t
H3DE
H3DE
Dimensions
Unit: mm (inch)
J H3DE-M
H3DE-S
Terminal block (black)
Surface color: 5Y7/1 (OMRON)
22.5
(0.89)
100
(3.94)
12.7
7°
71
51
75
(2.95)
79
(3.11)
7°
36.9
Output type selector switch (default setting: Time-limit output)
Terminal block (black)
Installation
J TERMINAL ARRANGEMENT
Note: 1. The contact symbol for the H3DE is indicated with
because it offers multiple operating modes and is different from
the delayed contact for conventional timers.
2. DC supply voltage does not require the designation of polarity.
3. The relay R2 can be set to either instantaneous or time-limit contact using the switch located on the bottom of the Timer.
A2
(See Note 2.)
28/
28/
16
24
18
24
26/
22
22
B1
16
A2
26/
(See Note 2.)
R1
15
18
18
16
16
A2
(See Note 2.)
A1
15
25/
21
(See Note 1.)
R1
15
18
28/
R2
25/21
28/
16
24
18
26/
24
26/
22
22
16
A2
-------------------------------------------------
16
18
R2
25/21
15
-------------------------------------------------
18
(See Note 1.)
R1
15
A1
-------------------------------------------------
B1
21
-------------------------------------------------
16
25/
-------------------------------------------------
18
15
H3DE-S2
-------------------------------------------------
R1
15
A1
-------------------------------------------------
15
H3DE-S1
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A1
H3DE-M2
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
H3DE-M1
(See Note 2.)
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H3DE
H3DE
J INPUT CONNECTIONS
The inputs of the H3DE-M1/-M2 are voltage (voltage imposition or open) inputs.
No-Contact Input
No-Contact Input
Connection to PNP output sensor.
Connection to NPN output sensor.
Contact Input
Sensor
Timer
Timer
(+)
(--)
(+)
(--)
24 VDC
B1
A1
B1
Start
A2
24 VDC
Timer
A1
A2
Operates with PNP transistor ON
A1
B1
Start
A2
Sensor
Operates with relay ON
Operates with NPN transistor ON
Voltage Input Signal Levels
No-contact input
1. Transistor ON
Residual voltage: 1 V max.; voltage between terminals B1 and A2 must be more than the rated
“H-level” voltage (20.4 VDC min.)
2. Transistor OFF
Leakage current: 0.01 mA max.; voltage between terminals B1 and A2 must be less than the
rated “L-level” voltage (2.4 VDC max.)
Contact input
10
Use contacts that can adequately switch 0.1 mA at each voltage to be imposed. When the
contacts are ON or OFF, voltage between terminals B1 and A2 must be within the following
ranges. When contacts are ON: 20.4 to 253 VAC/DC. When contacts are OFF: 0 to 2.4
VAC/DC
H3DE
H3DE
Accessories (Order Separately)
Unit: mm (inch)
J DIMENSIONS
Mounting Track PFP-100N, PFP-50N
PFP-100N2
16
7.3±0.15
4.5
4.5
15
25
10
25
25
L
10
25
35±0.3
27±0.15
35±0.3
*
15
1
25
25
10
25
L
27
25 15
10
24
29.2
1
1.5
L: Length
1m
50 cm
1m
39.37 in PFP-100N
19.69 in PFP-50N
39.37 in PFP-100N2
16
(0.63)
Spacer PFP-S
End Plate PFP-M
10
6.2
1
50
(1.97)
11.5
(0.45)
1.8
10 M4 x 8
pan head
screw
12
5
1.8
35.5 35.3
(1.39)
34.8
(1.37)
44.3
(1.74)
1.3
4.8
(0.19)
16.5
(0.65)
Precautions
When removing the H3DE, pull out portion (C) with a flat-blade
screwdriver and remove the Timer from the mounting track.
J SETTING CHANGES
Note: Important: Do not change the time unit, time scale,
operating mode, or output type selector switch while the
Timer is in operation.
J MOUNTING AND REMOVAL
The H3DE should be mounted as horizontally as possible.
When mounting the H3DE on a socket mounting track, hook
portion (A) of the Timer to an edge of the track first, and then
depress the Timer in the direction of (B).
(C)
30 mm (1.18 in) min.
Rail stopper
(A)
The H3DE can be mounted or removed easily if a distance of
30 mm (1.18 in) or more is kept between the H3DE and the top
surface of other equipment located below the H3DE.
(B)
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H3DE
H3DE
J POWER SUPPLIES
J MOUNTING CLEARANCE
The H3DE Series is provided with a transformerless power
supply system. An electric shock may be received if the input
terminal or the output type selector switch is touched while power
is being supplied.
If the load current is continuously being supplied to the Timer for
a long period of time, be sure to provide the mounting clearance
as shown in the figure below. If used under the conditions other
than those specified below, the life of internal components may
be shortened due to an excessive rise in the internal
temperature.
Use the bar terminal for wiring the H3DE. Using a stranded-wire
terminal may cause a short-circuit due to a stray wire entering
into the Timer.
Both AC and DC power supplies can be connected to the power
input terminals without regarding polarity.
H3DE
Connect the power supply voltage through a relay or switch in
such a way that the voltage reaches a fixed value at once or the
Timer may not be reset or a timer error could result.
t
J SWITCHING CURRENT VS.
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE
(WHEN MOUNTING TWO OR MORE
H3DE UNITS SIDE-BY-SIDE)
H3DE
Power supply
Circuit
Rectifier circuit
A2
70
Ambient temperature ( °C)
B1
Start
input
t
t: Mounting clearance (mm)
For the power supply of an input device, use an isolating
transformer, of which the primary and secondary windings are
mutually isolated and the secondary winding is not grounded.
A1
H3DE
DIN track
With the H3DE only, a DC power supply must be connected to
the power input terminals as designated according to the polarity
of the terminals.
A DC power supply can be connected if its ripple factor is 20% or
less and the mean voltage is within the rated operating voltage
range of the Timer.
H3DE
Mounting clearance:
50 mm min.
Mounting
clearance: 10 mm
60
Maximum range of
operating ambient
temperature
50
Mounting
clearance: 5 mm
40
Mounting
clearance: 0 mm
30
20
Isolation transformer is required.
0
1
2
3
4
5
Load current (A)
Note: Measurement Condition: Input voltage of 230 VAC.
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H3DE
H3DE
J INPUT/OUTPUT
J INPUT WIRES
Relationship between Input and
Power Supply Circuits
The input wires must be as short as possible. If the floating
capacity of wires exceeds 2,000 pF (approx. 17 m for cables with
120 pF/m), the operation will be affected. Pay particular attention
when using shielded cables.
B1
AC/DC
power
supply
Input circuit
A1
J VDE CONFORMANCE
Power supply
circuit
The H3DE as a built-in timer conforms to VDE 0435/P2021
provided that the following conditions are satisfied:
A2
Since the input circuit and the power supply circuit are configured
independently, the input circuit can be turned on or off
irrespective of the on/off state of the power supply.
It must be noted that a voltage equivalent to the power supply
voltage is applied to the input circuit.
When connecting a relay or a transistor as an external signal
input device, pay attention to the following points to prevent
short-circuiting due to a sneak current to the transformerless
power supply.
If a relay or transistor is connected to two or more Timers, the
input terminals of those Timers must be wired properly so that
they will not be different in phase or the terminals will be
short-circuited to one another (refer to the figures below).
The output section of the H3DE is provided only with basic
isolation. To ensure reinforced isolation required by the VDE
standards, provide supplementary basic isolation on the load side
connected to the output.
The H3DE itself is designed according to the following:
•
Overvoltage category III
•
Pollution degree 2
The following facts are based on the above standards:
• Operation parts on the front and bottom: Reinforced isolation
with clearance of 5.5 mm and creepage distance of 5.5 mm
at 230 VAC
• Output: Basic isolation with clearance of 3 mm and creepage
distance of 3 mm at 230 VAC
Incorrect
Contact or transistor for external input signal
A1
B1
H3DE
Power supply
A2
Short-circuit
current
A1
B1
H3DE
A2
Correct
Contact or transistor for external input signal
A1
B1
H3DE
Power supply
A2
Short-circuit
current
A1
B1
H3DE
A2
Note: The H3DE Series is provided with a transformerless power supply system.
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H3DE
H3DE
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When using the Timer in an area with excess electronic noise,
separate the Timer, wiring, and the equipment which generates
the input signals as far as possible from the noise sources. To
further prevent electronic interference, shield the input signal
wiring.
Built-in relay for the H3DE: G6RN; 50,000 operations min.
(8 A at 250 VAC, resistive load at 360 operations/h.)
Organic solvents (such as paint thinner), as well as very acidic or
basic solutions can damage the outer casing of the Timer.
Do not use the Timer in places where it is exposed to dust,
corrosive gas, or direct sunlight.
When storing the Timer, make sure that the ambient temperature
and humidity are within the rated values. Leave the Timer at
room temperature for at least three hours before using the Timer
if it has been stored at an ambient temperature of --10°C or
below.
NOTE: DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS. To convert millimeters to inches divide by 25.4.
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