G6J-Y Surface-mounting Relay
Surface-mounting Relay
G6J-Y
Ultra-compact and Slim DPDT Relay
■ Dimensions of 5.7 × 10.6 × 9 mm (W × L × H)
represent a reduction of approximately 56% in
mounting area compared with the OMRON G6S,
for higher-density mounting.
■ Dielectric strength of 1,500 VAC and an impulse
withstand voltage of 2,500 V for 2 × 10 µs
(conforms to North American Telcordia
specifications (formerly Bellcore)).
■ Conforms to FCC Part 68 (i.e., impulse withstand
voltage of 1,500 V for 10 × 160 µs between coil
and contacts and between contacts of the same
polarity).
■ Single-winding latching models to save energy.
■ Conforms to UL60950 (File No. E41515)/CSA
C22.2 No. 60950 (File No. LR31928).
RoHS Compliant
Refer to pages 16 to 17 for details.
Ordering Information
Classification
DPDT
Single-side stable
Plastic sealed PCB terminal
G6J-2P-Y
Surface mount terminal Short G6J-2FS-Y
Long
Note:
Single-winding latching
G6JU-2P-Y
G6JU-2FS-Y
G6J-2FL-Y
G6JU-2FL-Y
1. When ordering, add the rated coil voltage to the model number.
Example: G6J-2P-Y 12 VDC
Rated coil voltage
2. When ordering tape packing, add “-TR” to the model number.
Example: G6J-2P-Y-TR 12 VDC
Tape packing
Be sure since “-TR” is not part of the relay model number, it is not marked on the relay case.
Model Number Legend:
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1
2 3
4
1. Relay function
3. Terminal shape
None: Single-side stable relay
P:
PCB terminals
U:
FS:
Surface-mounting terminals, short
FL:
Surface-mounting terminals, long
Single-winding latching relay
2. Contact form
2:
DPDT
4. Special function
Y:
Improved product for soldering heat resistance
Application Examples
Telephones, communications equipment, measurement devices, office automation machines, and audio-visual products.
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Specifications
■
Standard Specifications
Contact mechanism: Crossbar twin Ag (Au-alloy contact)
Enclosure rating:
■
Plastic-sealed
Coil Ratings
Single-side Stable Relays (G6J-2P-Y, G6J-2FS-Y, G6J-2FL-Y)
Rated voltage
3 VDC
4.5 VDC
5 VDC
12 VDC
24 VDC
Rated current
48.0 mA
32.6 mA
28.9 mA
12.3 mA
9.2 mA
Coil resistance
62.5 Ω
137.9 Ω
173.1 Ω
976.8 Ω
2,600.5 Ω
Must operate voltage
75% max. of rated voltage
Must release voltage
10% min. of rated voltage
Max. voltage
150% of rated voltage
Power consumption
Approx. 140 mW
Note:
Approx. 230 mW
1. The rated current and coil resistance are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C with a tolerance of ±10%.
2. The operating characteristics are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C.
3. The maximum voltage is the highest voltage that can be imposed on the Relay coil instantaneously.
Single-winding Latching Relays (G6JU-2P-Y, G6JU-2FS-Y, G6JU-2FL-Y)
Rated voltage
3 VDC
4.5 VDC
5 VDC
Rated current
33.7 mA
22.0 mA
20.4 mA
9.0 mA
Coil resistance
89.0 Ω
204.3 Ω
245.5 Ω
1,329.2 Ω
Must set voltage
75% max. of rated voltage
Must reset voltage
75% max. of rated voltage
Max. voltage
150% of rated voltage
Power consumption
Approx. 100 mW
Note:
12 VDC
1. The rated current and coil resistance are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C with a tolerance of ±10%.
2. The operating characteristics are measured at a coil temperature of 23°C.
3. The maximum voltage is the highest voltage that can be imposed on the Relay coil instantaneously.
■
Contact Ratings
Load
Resistive load
Rated load
0.3 A at 125 VAC, 1 A at 30 VDC
Rated carry current
1A
Max. switching voltage
125 VAC, 110 VDC
Max. switching current
1A
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Characteristics
Item
Single-side Stable Relays
Single-winding Latching Relays
G6J-2P-Y, G6J-2FS-Y, G6J-2FL-Y
G6JU-2P-Y, G6JU-2FS-Y, G6JU-2FL-Y
Contact resistance (See note 1.)
100 mΩ max.
Operating (set) time (See note 2.)
3 ms max. (approx. 1.6 ms)
Release (reset) time (See note 2.)
3 ms max. (approx. 1.0 ms)
3 ms max. (approx. 0.9 ms)
Minimum set/reset signal width
---
10 ms
Insulation resistance (See note 3.)
1,000 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC)
Dielectric
strength
Contacts of
different polarity
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Contacts of
same polarity
750 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Impulse
withstand
voltage
Coil and contacts 1,500 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min
Coil and contacts 2,500 VAC, 2 x 10 µs
Contacts of
different polarity
1,500 VAC, 10 x 160 µs
Contacts of
same polarity
Vibration resistance
Destruction: 10-55-10 Hz 2.5-mm single amplitude (5-mm double amplitude)
Malfunction: 10-55-10 Hz 1.65-mm single amplitude (3.3-mm double amplitude)
Shock resistance
Destruction: 1,000 m/s2 (approx. 100G)
Malfunction: 750 m/s2 (approx. 75G)
Life expectancy
Mechanical: 50,000,000 operations min. (at 36,000 operations/hour)
Electrical: 100,000 operations min. (with a rated load at 1,800 operations/hour)
Failure rate (P level) (See note 4.)
10 µA at 10 mVDC
Ambient temperature
−40 to 85°C (with no icing or condensation)
Ambient humidity
5% to 85%
Weight
Approx. 1.0 g
Note:
The above values are initial values.
Note:
1. The contact resistance was measured with 10 mA at 1 VDC with a fall-of-potential method.
2. Values in parentheses are actual values.
3. The insulation resistance was measured with a 500-VDC Megger Tester applied to the same parts as those for checking the
dielectric strength.
4. This value was measured at a switching frequency of 120 operations/min and the criterion of contact resistance is 50 Ω. This
value may vary depending on the operating frequency, operating conditions, expected reliability level of the relay, etc. Always
double-check relay suitability under actual load conditions.
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10
7
5
3
Ambient Temperature vs.
Maximum Voltage
Ambient Temperature
vs. Switching Current
Switching current (A)
Switching current (A)
Maximum Switching Capacity
Maximum voltage (%)
Engineering Data
250
200
1.2
1
0.8
150
AC resistive load
1
0.6
0.7
100
DC resistive load
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.1
50
1
3
5
10
30 50
100
0
−40
300 500 1,000
0.2
−20
0
20
40
Switching voltage (V)
60
80
0
−40
100
−20
0
20
40
Ambient temperature (°C)
60
80
100
Ambient temperature (°C)
Note: “Maximum voltage” is the maximum voltage that can
be applied to the Relay coil.
1,000
500
300
30 VDC resistive load
Ambient temperature: 23°C
Switching frequency:
1,800 operations/hour
100
50
30
10
125 VAC resistive load
Ambient temperature: 23°C
Switching frequency:
1,800 operations/hour
5
3
1
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
Y
100
max.
avg.
min.
80
1
200
200
40
max.
avg.
min.
30
20
Operating voltage
Release voltage
−40
0
−20
20
Number of Relays: 10
Test conditions: 1-A resistive load at
30 VDC with an operation rate of 50%
Switching frequency: 1,800 operations/hour
max.
min.
60
Operate voltage
Contact resistance (mΩ)
On the basis of rated voltage (%)
80
40
60
1,000
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 10
Test conditions: 1-A resistive load
500 at 30 VDC with an operation rate
of 50% Switching frequency:
1,800 operations/hour
NO contact
NC contact
300
100
1,000
X'
600
Shock directions
X
X'
Y
Z
800
1,000
Unit: m/s2
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 10
Y'
Z'
80 100
Ambient temperature (°C)
400
1,000
Z'
Y'
Conditions: Shock is applied in ±X, ±Y, and ±Z directions
three times each with and without energizing the Relays
to check the number of contact malfunctions.
Contact Reliability Test
(See notes 1 and 2.)
Electrical Endurance (Contact
resistance) (See note 1.)
100 Sample: G6J-2P-Y
1,000
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 10
Test conditions: 10 µA resistive load
NO contact
NC contact
500 at 10 m VDC with an operation rate
300
of 50% Switching frequency: 7,200
operations/hour
100
max.
40
min.
Release voltage
0
0.001 0.01
0.1
1
10
100
1,000
Contact resistance
10
0.001 0.01
Operating frequency (x103 operations)
Note:
max.
max.
min.
min.
50
30
20
Z
1,000
50
Switching current (A)
Electrical Endurance (with
Operate and Release Voltage)
(See note 1.)
600 Not
energized
400
X
1,000
60
0
−60
1.2
Energized
800
70
10
0.8
1,000
Maximum estimated value
90
Contact resistance (mΩ)
Switching operations (x104 operations)
Change rate on the basis of rated voltage (%)
Ambient Temperature vs. Must
Shock Malfunction
Operate or Must Release Voltage
Electrical Endurance
0.1
1
10
100
1,000
Operating frequency (x103 operations)
max.
max.
50
30
min.
min.
Contact resistance
10
0.001 0.01
0.1
1
10
100
1,000
Operating frequency (x105 operations)
1. The tests were conducted at an ambient temperature of 23°C.
2. The contact resistance data are periodically measured reference values and are not values from each monitoring operation. Contact resistance values will vary according
to the switching frequency and operating environment, so be sure to check operation under the actual operating conditions before use.
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Energized
+30
+20
Mutual Magnetic Interference
Installed in flush
configuration
+10
Sample
0
−10
−20
Average
value
−30
Initial
stage
Not energized
Installed in flush
configuration
+10
Sample
0
−10
−20
Average
value
−30
Initial
stage
Change rate on the
basis of initial value (%)
Sample
Change rate on the
basis of initial value (%)
Not energized
+30
+20
Change rate on the
basis of initial value (%)
Sample
Initial
stage
+30
+20
Change rate on the
basis of initial value (%)
Mutual Magnetic Interference
+30
+20
Energized
Installed in flush
configuration
+10
0
−10
−20
Average
value
−30
Initial
stage
Installed in flush
configuration
+10
0
−10
−20
Average
value
−30
Operate voltage
Release voltage
Operate voltage
Release voltage
External Magnetic Interference
N
+10
0
−10
−20
−800
−400
+30
S
N
+20
+10
0
−10
Operate voltage
Release voltage
0
400
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 5
−30
−1,200
800 1,200
+30
S
N
+20
+10
0
−10
−20
−20
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 5
−30
−1,200
Change rate on the basis of initial value (%)
S
+20
Average value
Average value
Change rate on the basis of initial value (%)
Change rate on the basis of initial value (%)
Average value
+30
−800
−400
External magnetic field (A/m)
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 5
Operate voltage
Release voltage
0
400
−30
−1,200
800 1,200
−800
−400
Operate voltage
Release voltage
0
400
800 1,200
External magnetic field (A/m)
External magnetic field (A/m)
High-frequency Characteristics High-frequency Characteristics High-frequency Characteristics
(Return Loss, V.SWR) (See notes
(Isolation) (See notes 1 and 2.) (Insertion Loss) (See notes 1
1 and 2.)
and 2.)
0
0.5
20
30
2 poles
1 pole
1
40
0
3.5
10
3
20
2.5
2-pole return loss
30
2 poles
V.SWR
Return loss (dB)
10
Average value
Average value
Insertion Loss (dB)
Isolation (dB)
Average value
0
2
1-pole return loss
1 pole
50
40
1.5
1.5
60
50
70
1
2-pole V.SWR
2
80
1-pole V.SWR
60
0.5
90
100
1
2.5
10
100
1,000
10
100
Frequency (MHz)
Note:
0
70
1
1,000
Frequency (MHz)
1
10
100
1,000
Frequency (MHz)
1. The tests were conducted at an ambient temperature of 23°C.
2. High-frequency characteristics depend on the PCB to which the Relay is mounted. Always check these characteristics, including endurance, in the actual machine before use.
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Operate and Release Bounce
Time Distribution (See note.)
35
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 30
Operate time
Release time
30
Vibration Resistance
40
5.0
Operate bounce time
35
Change rate on the basis of rated value (%)
40
Number of contacts
Number of contacts
Operate and Release Time
Distribution (See note.)
Release bounce time
30
25
25
20
20
15
15
10
10
5
5
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
0
Time (ms)
Note: The tests were conducted at an ambient temperature of 23°C.
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0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3.0
2.0
1.0
Operate voltage
0.0
−1.0
Release voltage
−2.0
−3.0
−4.0
Sample: G6J-2P-Y
Number of Relays: 30
0
4.0
3
Time (ms)
−5.0
Initial
After
G6J-Y
G6J-Y
Dimensions
Note:
All units are in millimeters unless otherwise indicated.
G6J-2P-Y
G6JU-2P-Y
Terminal Arrangement/
Internal Connections
(Bottom View)
Mounting Dimensions
(Bottom View)
10.6
Tolerance ±0.1 mm
5.7
G6J-2P-Y
7.6
5.4
3.2
9
3.5
Eight, 0.85-dia.
holes
Orientation mark
1
3
4
7
6
5
+
3.2
0.3
2
−
1.5
0.15
0.4
3.2
5.4
7.6
3.2
Note:
(1.5)
(1.25)
8
G6JU-2P-Y
Each value has a tolerance of ±0.3 mm.
Orientation mark
1
2
3
4
7
6
5
+ −
S R
− +
8
G6J-2FS-Y
G6JU-2FS-Y
Terminal Arrangement/
Internal Connections
(Top View)
Mounting Dimensions
(Top View)
Tolerance ±0.1 mm
7.6
5.4
3.2
5.7
10.6
G6J-2FS-Y
Orientation mark
2.35
8
7
6
5
2
3
4
10.0 max.
−
4.35
+
1.5
0.4
3.2
5.4
7.6
3.2
5.7
Note:
0.8
1
(1.5)
G6JU-2FS-Y
Each value has a tolerance of ±0.3 mm.
Orientation mark
8
7
6
5
2
3
4
− +
S R
+ −
1
Mounting Dimensions
(Top View)
G6J-2FL-Y
G6JU-2FL-Y
Terminal Arrangement/
Internal Connections
(Top View)
Tolerance ±0.1 mm
10.6
7.6
5.4
3.2
5.7
G6J-2FL-Y
Orientation mark
3.2
8
7
6
5
2
3
4
−
10.0 max.
5.2
1.5
0.4
3.2
5.4
7.6
3.2
7.4
1
0.8
(1.5)
Note:
+
Each value has a tolerance of ±0.3 mm.
G6JU-2FL-Y
Orientation mark
8
7
6
5
2
3
4
− +
S R
+ −
1
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Stick Packing and Tape Packing
1. Stick Packing
Carrier Tape Dimensions
Relays in stick packing are arranged so that the orientation mark
of each Relay is on the left side.
G6J-2FS-Y, G6JU-2FS-Y
Always confirm that the Relays are in the correct orientation when
mounting the Relays to the PCBs.
10.2±0.1
16±0.1
2±0.1
4±0.1
B
A
1.5 +0.1
dia.
0
1.75±0.1
0.4±0.05
Orientation of Relays
Stopper (gray)
11.5±0.1
24±0.2
11.1±0.1 6.3±0.1
Stopper (green)
5° max.
B-B Cross Section
B
Stick length: 555 mm (stopper not included)
A
6.2±0.1
No. of Relays per stick: 50
8.3±0.1
5° max.
5° max.
2. Tape Packing (Surface-mounting Terminal
Relays)
When ordering Relays in tape packing, add the prefix “-TR” to the
model number, otherwise the Relays in stick packing will be
provided.
A-A Cross Section
G6J-2FL-Y, G6JU-2FL-Y
10.2±0.1
16±0.1
2±0.1
4±0.1
Tape type:
TB2412R (EIAJ (Electronic Industrial
Association of Japan))
Reel type:
R24D (EIAJ (Electronic Industrial Association
of Japan))
Relays per reel: 400
A
B
1.5 +0.1
dia.
0
B
A
Orientation mark
5° max.
7.9±0.1
10±0.1
5° max.
Top tape (cover tape)
Pulling
direction
Carrier tape
Embossed tape
Reel Dimensions
25.5±0.5
29.5±1
13±0.2 dia.
2±0.5
21±0.5 dia.
A
330
80
R1
Enlarged View of Section A
88
0.4±0.05
11.5±0.1
24±0.2
11.1±0.1 6.3±0.1
Direction of Relay Insertion
Pulling Direction
1.75±0.1
A-A Cross Section
5° max.
B-B Cross Section
G6J-Y
G6J-Y
Recommended Soldering Method
IRS Method (for Surface-mounting Terminal
Relays)
• The thickness of cream solder to be applied should be between
150 and 200 µm on OMRON's recommended PCB pattern.
Temperature (°C)
• In order to perform correct soldering, it is recommended that the
correct soldering conditions be maintained as shown below on
the left-hand side.
250 max.
Top of cover (Peak): 255°C max.
Soldering
Correct Soldering
230
PCB
180
Incorrect Soldering
Relay
Insufficient
amount of
solder
Terminal
Solder
Land
Excessive
amount of
solder
Visually check that the Relay is properly soldered.
150
Preheating
Surface of the
relay terminal
120 max.
30 max.
Time (s)
Note:
■
Temperatures are given for the surface of the terminal.
Approved Standards
UL approval: UL60950 (File No. E41515)
CSA approval: C22.2 No. 60950 (File No. LR31928)
Contact form
DPDT
Coil rating
G6J-2P-Y, 2FS-Y, 2FL-Y: 3 to 24 VDC
Contact rating
1 A at 30 VDC
Number of test operations
6,000
G6JU-2P-Y, 2FS-Y, 2FL-Y: 3 to 24 VDC 0.5 A at 60 VDC
0.3 A at 125 VAC
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Precautions
Refer to page 25 for information on general precautions. Be sure to read these precautions before using the Relay.
Correct Use
Mounting Latching Relays
• Long Term Current Carrying
Under a long-term current carrying without switching, the
insulation resistance of the coil goes down gradually due to the
heat generated by the coil itself. Furthermore, the contact
resistance of the Relay will gradually become unstable due to the
generation of film on the contact surfaces. A Latching Relay can
be used to prevent these problems. When using a single-side
stable relay, the design of the fail-safe circuit provides protection
against contact failure and open coils.
Make sure that the vibration or shock that is generated from other
devices, such as Relays in operation, on the same panel and
imposed on the Latching Relays does not exceed the rated value,
otherwise the Latching Relays that have been set may be reset or
vice versa. The Latching Relays are reset before shipping. If
excessive vibration or shock is imposed, however, the Latching
Relays may be set accidentally. Be sure to apply a reset signal
before use.
Handling of Surface-mounting Relays
The maximum voltage of the coil can be obtained from the coil
temperature increase and the heat-resisting temperature of coil
insulating sheath material. (Exceeding the heat-resisting
temperature may result in burning or short-circuiting.) The
maximum voltage also involves important restrictions which
include the following:
Use the Relay as soon as possible after opening the moistureproof package. If the Relay is left for a long time after opening the
moisture-proof package, the appearance may suffer and seal
failure may occur after the solder mounting process. To store the
Relay after opening the moisture-proof package, place it into the
original package and sealed the package with adhesive tape.
When washing the product after soldering the Relay to a PCB,
use a water-based solvent or alcohol-based solvent, and keep the
solvent temperature to less than 40°C. Do not put the relay in a
cold cleaning bath immediately after soldering.
Soldering
Soldering temperature: Approx. 250°C (At 260°C if the DWS
method is used.)
Soldering time: Approx. 5 s max. (Approx. 2 s for the first time and
approx. 3 s for the second time if the DWS method is used.)
Be sure to adjust the level of the molten solder so that the solder
will not overflow onto the PCB.
Claw Securing Force During Automatic Insertion
During automatic insertion of Relays, make sure to set the
securing force of the claws to the following values so that the
Relay characteristics will be maintained.
C
B
A
Maximum Voltage
• Must not cause thermal changes or deterioration of the insulating
material.
• Must not cause damage to other control devices.
• Must not cause any harmful effect on people.
• Must not cause fire.
Therefore, be sure not to exceed the maximum voltage specified
in the catalog.
As a rule, the rated voltage must be applied to the coil. A voltage
exceeding the rated value, however, can be applied to the coil
provided that the voltage is less than the maximum voltage. It
must be noted that continuous voltage application to the coil will
cause a coil temperature increase thus affecting characteristics
such as electrical life and resulting in the deterioration of coil
insulation.
Coating
Relays mounted on PCBs may be coated or washed. Do not
apply silicone coating or detergent containing silicone, otherwise
the silicone coating or detergent may remain on the surface of the
Relays.
Other Handling
Direction A: 4.90 N max.
Direction B: 9.80 N max.
Direction C: 9.80 N max.
Please don’t use the relay if it suffered the dropping shock.
Because there is a possibility of something damage for initial
performance.
Secure the claws to the area indicated by shading.
Do not attach them to the center area or to only part of the Relay.
Environmental Conditions During Operation, Storage, and
Transportation
Protect the Relays from direct sunlight and keep the Relays under
normal temperature, humidity, and pressure.
ALL DIMENSIONS SHOWN ARE IN MILLIMETERS.
To convert millimeters into inches, multiply by 0.03937. To convert grams into ounces, multiply by 0.03527.
Cat. No. K125-E1-02
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