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Digital Timer
H5CX-@-N
Ultra-compact Timer Provides Advanced
Functions and Security Settings.
Basic Features
• Short body with depth of only 59 mm (for 24-VAC / 12 to 24-VDC Models with
Screw Terminals). *1
• Character height of 12 mm for better readability (on models with 4 digits).
• The present value display characters can be switched between red, green,
and orange. *2
Safety and Reliability
• Power supply circuit and input circuits are isolated for safety and reliability. *3
• New set value limit and output counter functions have been added.
Other Features
• Front Panel can be changed to white or light gray. *4
• Models with instantaneous contact output added to the series.
*1. For 100 to 240 VAC Models with Screw Terminals 78 mm, Models with Sockets: 63.7 mm
(case dimension).
*2. The H5CX-A11, H5CX-L8 and H5CX-B Timers have only red characters.
*3. Specifications: 100 to 240 VAC
*4. Replacement Front Panels sold separately.
Refer to “Safety Precautions” on page 41.
Features
Basic Features
Safety and Reliability
Ultra Short Body
Isolated Power Supply and Input Circuits *1
The body depth has been greatly reduced. Helps in making thinner
control panels. (Models with Screw Terminals)
Power supply circuit and input circuits are isolated for safety and
reliability.
Previous non-isolated timers had wiring restrictions and could be damaged if
wired incorrectly. The New H5CX removes these worries.
24-VAC / 12 to 24-VDC Models with Screw Terminals: 59 mm
100 to 240-VAC / VDC Models with Screw Terminals: 78 mm *
Models with Sockets: 63.7 mm (case dimension)
* The shortest body for a timer with isolated power supply and input circuits and a maximum
ambient temperature of 55°C (according to OMRON investigation in June 2009).
Previous
H5CX
AC power
supply *2
Output terminal on PLC
or other device
Input terminal
0-V terminal
COM terminal
–V
New models
+V
Forget These
Worries with the
New H5CX
Stabilized DC
power supply
Previous
models
*2. The AC power supply ground is on the commercial power supply side.
Easier to Read
For better readability, the character height for the present value display
is 12 mm (on models with 4 digits), the largest class in the industry. The
wide viewing angle and brightness provide excellent visibility.
The number of display segments has also been increased to make
settings easier to understand, and the present value display can be
switched between red, green and orange so that output status can be
seen from a distance.
*1. New Models (H5CX-@-N) with 100 to 240-VAC specifications.
Set Value Limit
You can set an upper limit for the set value to prevent unexpected
operation of output devices caused by setting mistakes.
Worry-free operation
is achieved with the
New H5CX by
restricting the time
that can be set.
Model with 4 Digits Model with 6 Digits
12 mm
(actual size)
10 mm
(actual size)
New Previous
models models
Output Counter
(Display example)
Easy to read from the top, bottom, and sides!
Note: The H5CX-A11 and H5CX-L8 Timers have only red characters.
The output counter counts the number of times the output turns ON
(alarm display, count monitoring, count in increments of 1,000). This
counter is useful in managing the service life of the Timer or the load.
The Easiest Operation
Operation is simplified by the
Up/Down Keys for each digit
on 4-digit models and Up Keys
for each digit on 6-digit
models.
Model with 4 Digits
Model with 6 Digits
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H5CX-@-N
Other Features
Change the Front Panel Color
Universal NPN/PNP Input
The Front Panel can be replaced with an optional Front Panel (order
separately) with a different color to match the installation site. Select
from black, white, and light gray.
DC 2-wire sensors can be connected for a wide range of input
devices.
Waterproof, Dust-proof Structure (UL508 Type
4X and IP66)
Worry-free application is possible in locations subject to water.
Note: When the Y92S-29 Waterproof Packing is used.
Key Protection
Black
(standard)
White
Light gray
Select from any of seven protection patterns. Use the best one for the
application.
You can replace
the Front Panel.
New Modes
Models with Instantaneous Contact Output
Models with instantaneous contact outputs have been added to the
lineup for use with self-holding circuits and as auxiliary relays. These
models are also convenient when replacing analog timers.
Modes, such as a stopwatch mode (Mode S), have been added.
Select any of 15 modes.
Model Number Structure
Model Configuration
H5CX Series
Standard Type
H5CX-A Series
Economy Type
H5CX-L Series
Six-digit Type
H5CX-B Series
Type
Model
Function
H5CX-A@-N
H5CX-A11@-N
H5CX-L8E@-N
H5CX-B@-N
Yes
Yes
No
Twin timer
Yes
Yes
No
Two-stage settings/
forecast output
No
No
Yes
Timer Mode: 11 modes
Twin Timer Mode: 4 modes
Operating modes
Input
NPN/PNP input
External connections
Screw terminal
block
Present value display
character color
Red, green, or
orange
11-pin socket
DIP switch settings
Power supply voltage
Timer Mode: 2 modes
None
NPN/PNP input
8-pin socket
Screw terminal block
Red
4
Instantaneous contacts
Gate input
Timer Mode
: 4 modes
Twin Timer Mode
: 2 modes
NPN input
Number of display digits
2
H5CX-L8@-N
Timer
6
None
Provided
Supported
Not supported
Provided
None
100 to 240 VAC or 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC
None
Supported
Provided
12 to 24 VDC
H5CX-@-N
Model Number Legend (Not all possible combinations of functions are available.)
H5CX- @@@@@-N
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1 2 3 4 5
1. Type Classifier
2. External Connections
3. Settings
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning
A
Standard type
None
Screw terminals
None
One stage
W
Two stages
B
6-digit type
8
8-pin socket
L
Economy type
11
11-pin socket
4. Output type
5. Supply voltage
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Meaning
None
Contact output (time-limit SPDT)
None
100 to 240 VAC 50/60 Hz
E
Contact output (time-limit
SPDT + instantaneous SPDT) *
D
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC 50/60 Hz *
S
Transistor output
* The H5CX-BWSD-N is available only for 12 to 24 VDC.
* Can be used as a time-limit DPDT output.
Ordering Information
List of Models
Type
Time specifications
H5CX-A
0.001 to 9.999 s
0.01 to 99.99 s
0.1 to 999.9 s
1 to 9999 s
1 s to 99 min 59 s
0.1 to 999.9 min
1 to 9999 min
1 min to 99 h 59 min
0.1 to 999.9 h
1 to 9999 h
H5CX-L
Operating modes
Timer Mode
A: Signal ON Delay I
A-1: Signal ON Delay II
A-2: Power ON Delay I
A-3: Power ON Delay II
b: Repeat cycle 1
b-1: Repeat cycle 2
d: Signal OFF Delay
E: Interval
F: Cumulative
Z: ON/OFF-duty-adjustable flicker
S: Stopwatch
External
connections
Inputs
Contact output
(time-limit
SPDT)
Screw terminals
Signal, Reset,
Gate (NPN/
PNP inputs)
Transistor
output (SPST)
Contact output
(time-limit
SPDT)
11-pin socket
Transistor
output (SPST)
Twin Timer Mode
toff: Flicker OFF Start 1
ton: Flicker ON Start 1
toff-1: Flicker OFF Start 2
ton-1: Flicker ON Start 2
Signal, Reset
(NPN inputs)
Contact output
(time-limit
SPDT)
Transistor
output (SPST)
Timer Mode
A-2: Power ON Delay I
b: Repeat cycle 1
E: Interval
Z: ON/OFF-duty-adjustable flicker
0.01 to 9999.99 s
1 s to 99 h 59 min 59 s A: Signal ON Delay I
0.1 to 99999.9 min
F-1: Cumulative
0.1 to 99999.9 h
Supply voltage
Models
100 to 240 VAC
H5CX-A-N
12 to 24 VDC/
24 VAC
H5CX-AD-N
100 to 240 VAC
H5CX-AS-N
12 to 24 VDC/
24 VAC
H5CX-ASD-N
100 to 240 VAC
H5CX-A11-N
12 to 24 VDC/
24 VAC
H5CX-A11D-N
100 to 240 VAC
H5CX-A11S-N
12 to 24 VDC/
24 VAC
H5CX-A11SD-N
100 to 240 VAC
H5CX-L8-N
12 to 24 VDC/
24 VAC
H5CX-L8D-N
100 to 240 VAC
H5CX-L8S-N
12 to 24 VDC/
24 VAC
H5CX-L8SD-N
8-pin socket
None
Twin Timer Mode
toff: Flicker OFF Start 1
ton: Flicker ON Start 1
H5CX-B
Outputs
Screw terminals
Signal, Reset,
Gate (NPN/
PNP inputs)
Contact output
(time-limit SPDT 100 to 240 VAC
+ instantaneous
SPDT)
Models with
12 to 24 VDC/
instantaneous
contact outputs 24 VAC
Transistor
output (DPST)
12 to 24 VDC
H5CX-L8E-N
H5CX-L8ED-N
H5CX-BWSD-N
Note: 1. The functions that are provided depend on the model. Check detailed specifications before ordering.
2. Refer to page 33 and later for information on H5CX-B Timers (6-digit display).
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H5CX-@-N
Accessories (Order Separately)
Front Panels (Replacement Parts)
Models
Color
Y92P-CXT4G
Light gray (5Y7/1)
Y92P-CXT4S
White (5Y9.2 / 0.5)
Y92P-CXT4B
Black (N1.5)
Applicable Timers
Page
Four-digit models
12
Note: 1. You can change the color of the front panel when mounting the Timer. The Timer is shipped with a black (N1.5) Front Panel.
2. "TIMER" is printed on the front of Replacement Front Panels.
Soft Cover
Models
Remarks
Page
Y92A-48F1
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Models
Remarks
Page
Y92A-48
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Remarks
Page
Hard Cover
Flush Mounting Adapter
Models
Y92F-30
Included with models with terminal blocks.
Y92F-45
Use this Adapter to install the Timer in a cutout
previously made for a DIN 72 x 72 mm device
(panel cutout: 68 x 68 mm).
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Waterproof Packing
Models
Y92S-29
Remarks
Included with models with terminal blocks.
Page
12
Connection Sockets
Models
Type
P2CF-08
Front Connecting
Socket
P2CF-08-E
Front Connecting
Socket
(Finger-safe Type)
P2CF-11
Front Connecting
Socket
P2CF-11-E
Front Connecting
Socket
(Finger-safe Type)
Connectable Timers
H5CX-L8@
H5CX-L8@
Back Connecting Socket
Round crimp terminals cannot be used on Finger-safe
Sockets. Use forked crimp terminals.
H5CX-A11@
Round crimp terminals cannot be used on Finger-safe
Sockets. Use forked crimp terminals.
A Y92A-48G Terminal Cover can be used with the
Socket to create a finger-safe construction.
Terminal Covers for P3G-08 and P3GA-11 Back-connecting Sockets
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Page
13
H5CX-A11@
P3G-08
P3GA-11
Remarks
Models
Remarks
Page
Y92A-48G
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N Digital Timers
• Switch the display color* between red, green, and orange
to see the output status from a distance.
• Up/Down Keys for each digit enable easy operation.
• Cyclic control is easy with the Twin Timer and Variable
ON/OFF Duty modes.
* Not supported by the H5CX-A11@ or H5CX-L8@.
Specifications
Ratings
Item
Models
Classification
Power supply
voltage *1
Ratings Operating voltage
fluctuation range
Power consumption
Mounting method
External connections
Degree of protection
Digits
H5CX-A11@-N
Timer mode
Input signals
Inputs
Input method
Signal, reset, gate
Reset system
Power reset
Reset voltage
Sensor waiting time
85% to 110% of rated supply voltage (90% to 110% at 12 to 24 VDC)
Approx. 6.2 VA at 100 to 240 VAC, Approx. 5.1 VA/2.4 W at 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC *2
Flush mounting
Flush mounting, surface mounting, DIN track mounting
Screw terminals
11-pin socket
8-pin socket
IEC IP66, UL508 Type 4X (indoors) for panel surface only and when Y92S-29 Waterproof Packing is used
4 digits
Output modes
A: Signal ON Delay I, A-1: Signal ON Delay II, A-2: Power ON Delay I, A-3: Power ON
Delay II, b: Repeat Cycle 1, b-1: Repeat Cycle 2, d: Signal OFF Delay, E: Interval, F:
Cumulative, Z: ON/OFF-duty-adjustable flicker, S: Stopwatch, toff: Flicker OFF Start 1,
ton: Flicker ON Start 1, toff-1: Flicker OFF Start 2, ton-1: Flicker ON Start 2
One-shot output
time
0.01 to 99.99 s
Control output
Display method *3
Memory backup
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Operating humidity range
Case color
Attachments
H5CX-L8@-N
Economy Type
0.001 s to 9.999 s, 0.01 s to 99.99 s, 0.1 s to 999.9 s, 1 s to 9999 s, 1 s ti 99 min 59 s
0.1 m to 999.9 min, 1 min to 9999 min, 1 min to 99 h 59 min, 0.1 h to 999.9 h, 1 h to 9999 h
Elapsed time (Up), remaining time (Down) (selectable)
Signal, Reset
Signal, Reset, Gate
(no inputs on models with instantaneous
contact outputs)
No-voltage Input
ON impedance: 1 kΩ max. (Leakage current: 12 mA when 0 Ω)
No-voltage Input
ON residual voltage: 3 V max.
ON impedance: 1 kΩ max.
OFF impedance: 100 kΩ min.
(Leakage current: 12 mA when 0 Ω)
Voltage Input
High (logic) level: 4.5 to 30 VDC
ON residual voltage: 3 V max.
Low (logic) level: 0 to 2 VDC (Input resistance: approx. 4.7 kΩ)
OFF impedance: 100 kΩ min.
No-voltage input/voltage input (switchable)
Minimum input signal width: 1 or 20 ms (selectable, same for all input)
Power reset (depending on output mode), external reset, manual reset, automatic reset (depending on output mode)
Minimum power-opening time: 0.5 s (except for A-3, b-1, F, ton-1, and toff-1 mode)
10% max. of rated supply voltage
250 ms max. (Control output is turned OFF and no input is accepted during sensor waiting time.)
Time ranges
Output
H5CX-A@-N
Standard Type
• 100 to 240 VAC 50/60 Hz
• 12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC 50/60 Hz
Models with Instantaneous Contact
Outputs
A-2: Power ON Delay I, b: Repeat Cycle 1,
E: Interval, Z: ON/OFF-duty-adjustable
flicker, toff: Flicker OFF Start 1, ton:
Flicker ON Start 1
• Models with Contact Outputs
5 A at 250 VAC/30 VDC, resistive load (cos =1)
Minimum applied load: 10 mA at 5 VDC (failure level: P, reference value)
• Transistor output: NPN open collector,
100 mA at 30 VDC max., residual voltage: 1.5 VDC max. (Approx. 1 V), Leakage current: 0.1 mA max.
7-segment, negative transmissive LCD;
Present value: 12-mm-high characters,
7-segment, negative transmissive LCD;
(switchable between red,
Present value: 12-mm-high characters, red
green, and orange)
Set value:
6-mm-high characters, green
Set value:
6-mm-high characters,
green
EEPROM (overwrites: 100,000 times min.) that can store data for 10 years min.
-10 to 55°C (-10 to 50°C if counters are mounted side by side) (with no icing or condensation)
-25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
25% to 85%
Black (N1.5) (Optional Front Panels are available to change the Front Panel color to light gray or white.)
Waterproof packing, flush mounting
Label for DIP switch settings
adapter, label for DIP switch settings
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*1. Do not use the output from an inverter as the power supply. The ripple must be 20% maximum for DC power.
*2. Inrush current will flow for a short time when the power supply is turned ON.
Inrush Current (Reference Values)
Voltage
100 to 240 VAC
12 to 24 VDC/24 VAC
Applied voltage
Inrush current (peak value)
Time
264 VAC
5.3 A
0.4 ms
26.4 VAC
6.4 A
1.4 ms
26.4 VDC
4.4 A
1.7 ms
*3. The display is lit only when the power is ON. Nothing is displayed when power is OFF.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Characteristics
Insulation resistance
100 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between current-carrying terminal and
exposed non-current-carrying metal parts, and between non-continuous
contacts
Dielectric strength
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying metal parts and
non-current-carrying metal parts
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between power supply and input circuits
for H5CX-A11-N/-A11S-N
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between control output, power supply,
and input circuits for H5CX-@SD-N
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between control output, power supply,
and input circuits for other models
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between non-continuous contacts
Impulse withstand voltage
3 kV (between power terminals) for 100 to 240 VAC, 1 kV for 24 VAC/12
to 24 VDC
4.5 kV (between current-carrying terminal and exposed non-currentcarrying metal parts) for 100 to 240 VAC 1.5 kV for 24 VAC/12 to 24 VDC
Noise immunity
±1.5 kV (between power terminals) and ±600 V (between input
terminals), square-wave noise by noise simulator (pulse width: 100 ns/
1 µs, 1-ns rise)
Static immunity
Malfunction: 8 kV
Destruction: 15 kV
Vibration
resistance
Shock
resistance
Life
expectancy
Destruction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.75-mm single amplitude each in three directions for
2 h each
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.35-mm single amplitude each in three directions for
10 min each
Destruction
300 m/s2 in three directions, three cycles
Malfunction
100 m/s2 in three directions, three cycles
Mechanical
10,000,000 operations min. (under no load at 18,000 operations/h and
ambient temperature of 23°C)
Electrical
100,000 operations min. (5 A at 250 VAC, resistive load at 1,800
operations/h and ambient temperature of 23°C) *
Weight
* Refer to Life-test Curve.
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Approx. 115 g (Timer only)
Life-test Curve (Reference
Values)
Switching operations (× 104)
Accuracy of operating time
and setting error (including
temperature and voltage
influences)
Power-ON start: ±0.01% ±50 ms max. (See note 1.)
Signal start: ±0.005%±0.03 ms max. (See note 1.)
Signal start for transistor output model: ±0.005%±3 ms max. (See note
1 and 2.)
If the set value is within the sensor waiting time at startup the control
output of the H5CX will not turn ON until the sensor waiting time passes.
Note: 1. The values are based on the set value.
2. The value is applied for a minimum pulse width of 1 ms.
1,000
500
100
DC30V L/R=7ms
50
AC250V/DC30V
cosφ =1
10
AC250V cosφ =0.4
0
1
2
3
4
5
Load current (A)
A maximum current of 0.15 A can be switched at
125 VDC (cosφ =1) and 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.
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Applicable Standards
Approved safety standards
UL508/Listing, UL50 Type 4X for indoor use (enclosure rating), CSA C22.2 No. 14 *1,
conforms to EN61812-1 (Pollution degree 2/overvoltage category III)
B300 PILOT DUTY
1/4 HP 120 VAC, 1/3 HP, 240 VAC, 5 A resistive load
VDE0106/P100
CCC: Pollution degree 2, Overvoltage category II *2
(EMI)
Emission Enclosure:
Emission AC mains:
(EMS)
Immunity ESD:
Immunity RF-interference:
EMC
Immunity Conducted Disturbance:
Immunity Burst:
Immunity Surge:
Immunity Voltage Dip/Interruption:
EN61812-1
EN55011 Group 1 class A
EN55011 Group 1 class A
EN61812-1
EN61000-4-2: 6 kV contact discharge (level 2)
8 kV air discharge (level 3)
EN61000-4-3: 10 V/m (Amplitude-modulated, 80 MHz to 1 GHz) (level 3);
10 V/m (Pulse-modulated, 900 MHz 5 MHz) (level 3)
EN61000-4-6: 10 V (0.15 to 80 MHz) (level 3)
EN61000-4-4: 2 kV power-line (level 3);
1 kV I/O signal-line (level 4)
EN61000-4-5: 1 kV line to lines (power and output lines) (level 3);
2 kV line to ground (power and output lines) (level 3)
EN61000-4-11: 0.5 cycle, 100% (rated voltage)
*1. The following safety standards apply to models with sockets (H5CX-A11@ or H5CX-L8@).
cUL (Listing): Applicable when an OMRON P2CF (-E) Socket is used.
cUR (Recognition): Applicable when any other socket is used.
*2. Excluding the H5CX-ASD-N/-A11SD-N/-L8SD-N.
I/O Functions
For details, refer to the timing charts on page 20 and page 29.
Inputs *1
Outputs
Start signal
Normally functions to start timing.
In modes A-2 and A-3, disable timing. In mode S, starts and stops timing.
Reset
• Resets present value. (In elapsed time mode, the present value returns to 0; in remaining time mode,
the present value returns to the set value.)
• Count inputs are not accepted and control output turns OFF while reset input is ON.
• Reset indicator is lit while reset input is ON.
Gate *2
Disables timing. (If a reset occurs while the gate input is ON, a reset will be performed.)
Control output (OUT)
Outputs take place according to designated operating mode when timer reaches corresponding set value.
*1. The H5CX-L8E@ does not have an input.
*2. The H5CX-L@ does not have a gate input.
Response Delay Time When Resetting (Transistor Output)
The following table shows the delay from when the reset signal is input until the output is turned OFF.
(Reference value)
Minimum reset signal width
Output delay time
1 ms
0.8 to 1.2 ms
20 ms
15 to 25 ms
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Connections
Block Diagram
(Basic insulation)
Output circuit
Power supply
circuit
(See note.)
(Basic insulation)
Display circuit
Internal control
circuit
Input circuits
Key switch circuit
Note: Basic insulation is provided between the power supply circuit and the input circuits. However, basic insulation is not provided in the
H5CX-@D-N.
Terminal Arrangement
Confirm that the power supply meets specifications before use.
2
9
3
4
5
Contact output
(-)
Terminals 1 and 6 of the H5CX-AD-N
are connected internally.
(+)
Gate
1
8
0V
Signal
7
H5CX-AS-N/-ASD-N
Reset
6
Gate
0V
Signal
Reset
H5CX-A-N/-AD-N
7
8
9
3
4
6
1
2
5
Transistor output
(-)
Terminals 1 and 6 of the H5CX-ASD-N
are connected internally.
(+)
H5CX-A11-N/-A11D-N
H5CX-A11S-N/-A11SD-N
Reset
Reset
Signal
Signal
Gate
Unused 4
0V
3
2
Gate
Internal circuit
5 6 7
1 11
9
10
Contact
output
Unused
8
1 11
9
10
Transistor
output
Unused
Terminals 2 and 3 of the
H5CX-A11D-N are
connected internally.
(-)
Internal circuit
5 6 7
Unused 4
0V
3
2
8
(+)
(-)
Terminals 2 and 3 of the
H5CX-A11SD-N are
connected internally.
(+)
H5CX-L8-N/-L8D-N
H5CX-L8S-N/-L8SD-N
Internal circuit
Internal circuit
Signal
Signal
4
Reset
5
3
Reset
6
Contact
output
7
2
1
4
5
3
6
2
7
8
1
0V
Transistor
output
8
0V
(-)
Terminals 1 and 2 of the H5CX-L8D-N
are connected internally.
(+)
H5CX-L8E-N/-L8ED-N
Internal circuit
Internal circuit
4
Instantaneous
contact output
OUT1
Unused
5
3
6
2
7
1
Time-limit
contact output
OUT2
8
(-)
(+)
Terminals 1 and 2 of the H5CX-L8SD-N
are connected internally.
Transistor Output
• The transistor output of
the H5CX is insulated
from the internal circuitry
by a photocoupler, so the
transistor output can be
used as both NPN and
PNP output.
NPN Output
PNP Output
Load
Load
+
+
Power for load
(–)
(+)
Note: Do not connect unused terminals as relay terminals.
8
• The diode connected to
the collector of the output
transistor is used to
absorb inverted voltage
that is generated when an
inductive load is
connected to the H5CX.
Power for load
Timer
+
Power for load
Inductive
load
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Input Circuits
Signal, Reset, and Gate Input
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
Voltage Inputs (PNP Inputs)
+14 V
1 kΩ
Approx. 4.7 kΩ
Internal
circuit
IN
Internal
circuit
IN
Input Connections
The inputs are no-voltage (closed or open) inputs or voltage inputs except for the H5CX-L8@. (The inputs of the H5CX-L8@ are no-voltage inputs
only. The H5CX-L8E@ does not have an input.)
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
Open Collector
Voltage Output
PLC or
sensor
Contact Input
DC Two-wire Sensor
H5CX-A@
H5CX-A11@
H5CX-L8@
6
7
8
9
3
7
6
5
1
3
4
-
H5CX-A@
H5CX-A11@
H5CX-L8@
Note: Operate with transistor ON
6
7
8
9
3
7
6
5
1
3
4
-
H5CX-A@
H5CX-A11@
H5CX-L8@
6
7
8
9
3
7
6
5
1
3
4
-
Note: Operate with relay ON
Note: Operate with transistor ON
No-voltage Input Signal Levels
Gate input
Reset input
Signal input
0 V for inputs
H5CX-A@
H5CX-A11@
H5CX-L8@
6
7
8
9
3
7
6
5
1
3
4
-
Note: Operate with transistor ON
Applicable Two-wire Sensor
• Leakage current: 1.5 mA max.
• Switching capacity: 5 mA min.
• Residual voltage: 3.0 VDC max.
• Operating voltage: 10 VDC
Short-circuit level Transistor ON
• Residual voltage: 3 V max.
• Impedance when ON: 1 kΩ max.
(The leakage current is approx. 12 mA when the
impedance is 0 Ω.)
No-contact
input
Gate input
Signal input
Reset input
0 V for inputs
Gate input
Signal input
Reset input
0 V for inputs
Gate input
Signal input
0 V for inputs
Reset input
Sensor
Open level Transistor OFF
• Impedance when OFF: 100 kΩ min.
Contact input
Note:
Use contacts which can adequately switch 5 mA at 10 V
The DC voltage must be 30 VDC max.
Voltage Inputs (PNP Inputs) The inputs of the H5CX-L8@ are no-voltage inputs only.
No-contact Input (NPN Transistor)
Sensor
Contact Input
6
7
8
9
H5CX-A@
6
7
8
9
3
7
6
5
H5CX-A11@
3
7
6
5
Note: Operate with transistor OFF
Note: Operate with transistor ON
H5CX-A@
H5CX-A11@
Gate input
Reset input
Signal input
0 V for inputs
Gate input
Signal input
Reset input
0 V for inputs
Gate input
Signal input
Reset input
Sensor
0 V for inputs
H5CX-A@
H5CX-A11@
No-contact Input (PNP Transistor)
6
7
8
9
3
7
6
5
Note: Operate with relay ON
Voltage Input Signal Levels
High level (Input ON): 4.5 to 30 VDC
Low level (Input OFF): 0 to 2 VDC
Note:
1.
2.
The DC voltage must be 30 VDC max.
Input resistance: Approx. 4.7 kΩ
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Nomenclature
Operation Key
Display Section
1. Key Protect Indicator (orange)
2. Control Output Indicator (orange)
3. Reset Indicator (orange)
4. Present Value Display (Main display)
1
2
3
8
(Character height: 12 mm, red *)
* Characters on models with screw terminals
(H5CX-A@) can be switched between red,
green, and orange.
4
8. Mode Key
5
9. Reset Key
(Changes modes and setting items)
(Resets present value and output)
6
7
10. Up Keys 1 to 4
10
11. Down Keys 1 to 4
11
9
Switches
5. Time Unit Indicators
Front View
(Color is same as present value display.)
(If the time range is 0 min, 0 h, 0.0 h, or 0 h
0 min, these indicators flash to indicate
timing operation.)
12. Key-protect Switch
(Default setting)
12
OFF
(Disabled)
ON
(Enabled)
13
6. Set Value Display (Sub-display)
(Character height: 6 mm, green)
7. Set Value 1, 2 Indicator (green)
Character Size
for Present
Value Display
13. DIP Switch
Character Size
for Set Value
Display
ON
OFF
12mm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Note: There is no DIP switch on the
H5CX-L8@.
6mm
Dimensions
(unit: mm)
Digital Timers
Digital Timers
H5CX-A-N/-AS-N (Flush Mounting Models)
48×48
6
H5CX-AD-N/-ASD-N (Flush Mounting Models)
78
48×48
6
59
44.8×44.8
44.8×44.8
Note: M3.5 terminal screw (effective length: 6 mm)
H5CX-A11@-N
(Flush Mounting/Surface Mounting Models)
48×48
6
63.7
Note: M3.5 terminal screw (effective length: 6 mm)
H5CX-L8@-N (Flush Mounting/Surface Mounting Models)
14.4
48×48
6
63.7
14.2
44.8×44.8
44.8×44.8
10
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Dimensions with Flush Mounting Adapter
H5CX-A-N/-AS-N (Provided with Adapter and Waterproof Packing)
Y92S-29 (provided)
Waterproof
Packing
Panel
Panel Cutouts
Panel cutouts areas shown below. (according
to DIN43700).
Y92F-30 (provided)
Flush Mounting Adapter
60 min.
45+0.6
0
45+0.6
0
(51)
58
48
15 min.
60 min.
7.5
76.5
H5CX-AD-N/-ASD-N (Provided with Adapter and Waterproof Packing)
Y92S-29 (provided)
Waterproof
Packing
Panel
Y92F-30 (provided)
Flush Mounting Adapter
(51)
58
48
7.5
57.5
Note: 1. The mounting panel thickness
should be 1 to 5 mm.
2. To allow easier operation, it is
recommended that Adapters
be mounted so that the gap
between sides with hooks is at
least 15 mm (i.e., with the
panel cutouts separated by at
least 60 mm).
3. It is possible to mount Timers
side by side, but only in the
direction without the hooks.
(However, if Timers are
mounted side by side, water
resistance will be lost.)
n Units mounted side-by-side
A
A=(48n-2.5)
H5CX-A11@-N (Adapter and Waterproof Packing Ordered Separately)
Y92S-29 (order separately) Panel
Waterproof Packing
Y92F-30 (order separately)
Flush Mounting Adapter
P3GA-11 (order
separately)
Back-connecting
Socket
+1
–0
With Y92A-48F1 attached.
A={48n-2.5+(n-1)×4} +1
–0
With Y92A-48 attached.
A = (51n - 5.5) +1
–0
Dimensions with Front
Connecting Socket
(51)
58
*
103.2
48
7.5
H5CX
-A11@-N
100.9
89.9
H5CX-L8@-N (Adapter and Waterproof Packing Ordered Separately)
Y92S-29 (order separately) Panel Y92F-30 (order separately)
P3G-08 (order
Waterproof Packing
Flush Mounting Adapter
separately)
Back-connecting
Socket
P2CF-11(-E) (order separately)
Front Connecting Socket
*
92.3
H5CX
-L8@-N
90
(51)
58
P2CF-08(-E) (order separately)
Front Connecting Socket
48
7.5
84.8
* These dimensions vary with the type of DIN track
(reference value).
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Accessories (Order Separately)
Note:
Depending on the operating environment, the condition of
resin products may deteriorate, and may shrink or become
harder. Therefore, it is recommended that resin products are
replaced regularly.
Soft Cover
Hard Cover
Y92A-48F1
Y92A-48
Front Panel (Replacement Part)
You can change the color of the front panel when mounting the Timer.
The Timer is shipped with a black (N1.5) Front Panel.
Protecting the Timer in Environments Subject to Oil
The H5CX's panel surface is water-resistive (IP@6, UL Type 4X)
and so even if drops of water penetrate the gaps between the keys,
there will be no adverse effect on internal circuits. If, however, there
is a possibility of oil being present on the operator's hands, use the
Soft Cover. The Soft Cover ensures protection equivalent to IP54
against oil. Do not, however, use the H5CX in locations where it
would come in direct contact with oil.
Y92P-CXT4S
Cover for Timer with 4 Digits
White (5Y9.2/0.5)
Y92P-CXT4G
Cover for Timer with 4 Digits
Light gray (5Y7/1)
Y92P-CXT4B
Flush Mounting Adapter
Cover for Timer with 4 Digits
Black (N1.5)
Replacement Method
Tabs
Grooves
The Front Panel is attached to
the Terminal with tabs in four
locations. To remove the Front
Panel, open the tabs and pull the
Front Panel forward.
To attach the Front Panel, press
it onto the Timer so that all four
tabs lodge into the groves on the
body of the Timer.
Y92F-30
Y92F-45
Order the Flush
Mounting Adapter
separately if it is
lost or damaged.
Use this Adapter
to install the
Timer in a cutout
previously made
for a DIN 72 x 72
mm device
(panel cutout:
68 x 68 mm).
Note: A Flush
Mounting
Adapter is
included with
models with
screw
terminals.
Waterproof Packing
Y92S-29
Note: The
Waterproof
Packing is
included with
models with
screw
terminals.
Order the Waterproof Packing
separately if it is lost or damaged.
The Waterproof Packing can be used
to achieve IP66 protection.
The Waterproof Packing will deteriorate, harden, and shrink
depending on the application environment. To ensure maintaining the
IP@6, UL Type 4X waterproof level, periodically replace the
Waterproof Packing. The periodic replacement period will depend on
the application environment. You must confirm the proper
replacement period. Use 1 year or less as a guideline. If the
Waterproof Packing is not replaced periodically, the waterproof level
will not be maintained.
It is not necessary to mount the Waterproof Packing if waterproof
construction is not required.
12
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Connection Sockets
Front-connecting Sockets
Model
Terminal arrangement
and internal connections
Dimensions
Mounting hole
dimensions
20.3 max.
P2CF-08
50 max.
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
70 max.
35.4
4
6
Eight, M3.5 x 7.5 sems screws
5
4
3
Two, M4 or 4.5-dia. holes
7.8
3
4.5
21.5 max.
P2CF-08-E
(Finger Safe Terminal)
40±0.2
20.3
50 max.
40±0.2
19
7
6
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
5
4
1
2
(Top View)
3
3
8
Note: The Socket can
also be mounted
to DIN track.
P2CF-08-E
1.3
70 max.
35.4
10A250VAC
RESISTIVE
7
8
1
2
4
7.8
Eight, M3.5 x 7.5 set screws
P2CF-11
5
4.5
31.2 max.
50 max.
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
70 max.
35.4
4
8
7
6
5
4
7.8
Eleven, M3.5 x 7.5 sems screws
P2CF-11-E
(Finger Safe Terminal
Type)
50 max.
40±0.2
8
7
40±0.2
31.2 max.
30
6
9
3
10
5
3
Two, 4.5-dia. holes
Two, M4 or 4.5-dia. holes
4.5
3
11
1
2
(Top View)
P2CF-11-E
Note: The Socket can
also be mounted
to DIN track.
4
70 max.
9
1.2
35.4
3
10A250VAC
RESISTIVE
10
11
1
4
2
7.8
Eleven, M3.5 x 7.5 set screws
5
4.5
Note: Round crimp terminals cannot be used on Finger-safe Sockets. Use forked crimp terminals.
Back-connecting Sockets
Model
Terminal arrangement
and internal connections
Dimensions
P3G-08
27 dia
3
4
5
6
2
1
8
7
45
45
P3GA-11
4.9
(Bottom View)
17
27 dia
5
6
7
8
2
1 11 10
4
25.6
45
3
45
4.5
16.3
6.2
9
(Bottom View)
Note: A Y92A-48G Terminal Cover can be used with the Socket to create a finger-safe construction.
13
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Terminal Covers for P3G-08 and P3GA-11 Back-connecting Sockets
Model
Dimensions
Y92A-48G
Twelve, 6.4 dia
34
Y92A-48G
47.7×47.7
UP
48×48
P C
16.5
24.6 27.6
47.4
Note: The Terminal Cover can be used with a Back-mounting Socket (P3G-08 or P3GA-11) to create a finger-safe construction.
Optional Products for Track Mounting
Mounting Track
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
7.3±0.15
4.5
27±0.15
35±0.3
15
25
10
25
1,000 (500) *
25
10
15 (5) *
25
1
* The values shown in parentheses are for the PFP-50N.
Mounting Track
PFP-100N2
16
4.5
35±0.3 27
25 10
15
25
1,000
25
10
25
1
15
10
End Plate
6.2
PFP-M
1.8
M4 x 8 pan
head screw
1
50
35.5 35.3
1.8
11.5
10
1.3
4.8
M4 spring washer
Spacer
PFP-S
16
12
5
34.8
44.3
16.5
Note: Order Spacers in increments of 10.
14
29.2
24
1.5
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Operating Procedures
Setting Procedure Guide
Settings for Timer Operation *
Use the following settings.
Settings for Twin Timer Operation *
Refer to page 25.
* It is not necessary to mount the Waterproof Packing if waterproof construction is not required.
Operating Procedures for Timer Function
Step1
Settings for basic functions can be performed with just the DIP switch.
Note: There is no DIP switch on the H5CX-L8@. Go to Step2 .
Key-protect Switch
Be sure to set pin 1 to ON when using the DIP switch.
ON
OFF
Item
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
OFF
ON
Pin 2
Pin 3
Pin 4
Time range
DIP switch settings
Disabled
Enabled
ON
ON
ON
0.001 s to 9.999 s
OFF
OFF
OFF
0.01 s to 99.99 s
Time range
Refer to the table on
the right.
ON
OFF
OFF
0.1 s to 999.9 s
4
OFF
ON
OFF
1 s to 9999 s
5
ON
ON
OFF
0 min 01 s to 99 min 59 s
1
2
3
6
Output modes
7
Timer mode
8
Input signal width
Refer to the table on
the right.
OFF
OFF
ON
0.1 min to 999.9 min
UP
DOWN
ON
OFF
ON
0 h 01 min to 99 h 59 min
20 ms
1 ms
OFF
ON
ON
0.1 h to 999.9 h
Pin 5
Pin 6
Output mode
OFF
OFF
Mode A: Signal ON delay 1
(Timer resets when power comes ON.)
ON
OFF
Mode A-2: Power ON delay 1
(Timer resets when power comes ON.)
OFF
ON
Mode E: Interval
(Timer resets when power comes ON.)
ON
ON
Mode F: Cumulative
(Timer does not reset when power
comes ON.)
Note: All the pins are factory-set to OFF.
Be sure to turn ON pin 1 of the DIP switch.
Changes to DIP switch settings are enabled when the
power is turned ON.
(Set the DIP switch while the power is OFF.)
After making DIP switch settings for basic operation, advanced functions can be added using the operation keys on the front panel. Refer to
Step2 on page 16 for details.
15
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Step2
Settings that cannot be performed with the DIP switch are performed with the operation keys.
• Change to Function Setting Mode.
For details on operations in run mode, refer to page 19.
Power ON
3 s min.
Run mode
*1
Function setting mode
3 s min.
*2
*1. If the mode is switched to the function setting mode during operation, operation will continue.
*2. Changes made to settings in function setting mode are enabled for the first time when the mode is changed to run mode.
Also, when settings are changed, the timer is reset (time initialized and output turned OFF).
The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
When performing settings with operation keys only, set pin1 of the DIP switch to OFF (factory setting).
If pin 1 of the DIP switch is set to ON, the setting items indicated in
will not be displayed.
Set the time range using the
keys.
Time range
Time Range List
s
s
……
s
h
s
Display
Timer mode
Set the timer mode using the
up
keys.
1 s to 9999 s
(DOWN)
Set the output mode using the
Output modes
0.1 s to 999.9 s
down
(UP)
0 min 01 s to
99 min 59 s
keys.
a
a-1
a-2
a-3
b
b-1
d
e
f
z
s
(A)
(A-1)
(A-2)
(A-3)
(b)
(b-1)
(d)
(E)
(F)
(Z)
(S)
0.1 min to
999.9 min
1 min to
9999 min
Note: Only modes A-2, b, E, and Z can be selected for models with instantaneous
contact outputs.
Function setting mode
Set each digit for the output time using the corresponding
Output time
hold
0 h 01 min to
99 h 59 min
keys.
0.01 ~ 99.99
(Output hold) (0.01s)
0.1 h to 999.9 h
(99.99s)
(If the output time is set to 0.00, hold is displayed.)
1 h to 9999 h
Note: Displayed for modes A, A-1, A-2, A-3, b, b-1 and S only.
Set the input signal width using the
0.001 s to
9.999 s
keys.
Input signal
20ms
(20ms)
1ms
(1ms)
Note: Not displayed for models with instantaneous contact outputs.
NPN/PNP
input
Set the NPN/PNP mode using the
npn
keys.
pnp
(NPN input) (PNP input)
Note: Only displayed for the H5CX-A@ and H5CX-A11@.
Set the display color using the
keys.
Display color
red
grn
org
r-g
g-r
r-o
(Red)
(Green)
(Orange)
(Red-green)
(Green-red)
(Red-orange)
o-r
g-o
o-g
(Orange-red) (Green-orange)(Orange-green)
Note: Displayed only for models with terminal screws (H5CX-A@).
Instantaneous/
time-limit
Set the function (instantaneous or time-limit operation) for the instantaneous output (output 1)
using the
Keys.
1c1c
2c
(Instantaneous) (Time-limit)
Note: Displayed only for models with instantaneous contact outputs.
From next page To next page
16
Set Value
0.01 s to 99.99 s
(default setting)
For details, refer to the Time Range List.
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
From previous To previous
page
page
Function setting mode
Set value
upper limit
Key protect
level
Set the digits for the set value limit using the corresponding
1
9999
(1)
(9999)
Set the key protect level using the
keys.
keys.
kp-1
kp-2
kp-3
kp-4
kp-5
kp-6
kp-7
(KP-1)
(KP-2)
(KP-3)
(KP-4)
(KP-5)
(KP-6)
(KP-7)
*1
Output ON
count alarm
set value/
monitor value
*1. Set each digit for the output time using the corresponding
keys.
• Models without Instantaneous Contact Outputs
Output ON
count alarm
set value
Output ON
count monitor
value
0
~
9999
(0 x 1000 times) (9999 x 1000 times)
Note: The monitor value is only displayed.
It cannot be set.
• Models with Instantaneous Contact Outputs
Instantaneous
output 1
(OUT1) ON
count alarm
set value
Instantaneous
output 2
(OUT2) ON
count alarm
set value
Instantaneous
output 1
(OUT1) ON
count monitor
value
Instantaneous
output 2
(OUT2) ON
count monitor
value
0
~
9999
(0 x 1000 times) (9999 x 1000 times)
0
~
9999
(0 x 1000 times) (9999 x 1000 times)
Note: The monitor value is only displayed.
It cannot be set.
Note: The monitor value is only displayed.
It cannot be set.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Explanation of Functions
Operating Procedures for Timer Function
Items marked with stars () can be set using the DIP switch.
Time Range (timr)
Set the range to be timed in the range 0.001 s to 9,999 h.
Settings of type ---- h (9,999 h) and ---- min (9,999 min) cannot be
made with the DIP switch. Use the operation keys if these settings are
required.
Timer Mode (timm)
Set either the elapsed time (UP) or remaining time (DOWN) mode.
In UP mode, the elapsed time is displayed, and in DOWN mode, the
remaining time is displayed.
Display Color (colr)
(Terminal block model: H5CX-A@ only)
Set the color used for the present value.
Output OFF
red
Output ON
Red (fixed)
grn
Green (fixed)
org
Orange (fixed)
r-g
Red
Output Mode (outm)
g-r
Green
Red
Set the output mode.
The possible settings are A, A-1, A-2, A-3, b, b-1, d, E, F, Z and S.
Only output modes A, A-2, E, and F can be set using the DIP switch.
Use the operation keys if a different setting is required.
(For details on output mode operation, refer to "Timing Charts" on
page 20.)
r-o
Red
Orange
o-r
Orange
Red
g-o
Green
Orange
o-g
Orange
Green
Output Time (otim)
When using one-shot output, set the output time for one-shot output
(0.01 to 99.99 s).
One-shot output can be used only if the selected output mode is A,
A-1, A-2, A-3, b, b-1 or S.
If the output time is set to 0.00, hold is displayed, and the output is
held.
Input Signal Width (iflt)
Set the minimum signal input width (20 ms or 1 ms) for signal, reset,
and gate inputs.
The same setting is used for all external inputs (signal, reset, and gate
inputs).
If contacts are used for the input signal, set the input signal width to
20 ms.
Processing to eliminate chattering is performed for this setting.
NPN/PNP Input Mode (imod)
Select either NPN input (no-voltage input) or PNP input (voltage
input) as the input format.
Set an NPN input when using a 2-wire sensor.
For details on input connections, refer to "Input Connections" on
page 9.
Green
Key Protect Level (kypt)
Set the key protect level.
Refer to “Key Protect Level” on page 32.
Instantaneous/Time-limit (otmd)
Set the contact output to time-limit SPDT + instantaneous SPDT or
time-limit SPDT operation.
Set Value Upper Limit (sl-h)
Set the upper limit for the set value when it is set in Run Mode.
The limit can be set to between 1 and 9999.
This setting does not apply to the ON duty in Z mode.
Output ON Count Alarm Set Value (on-a)
Set the alarm value for the output ON count.
The limit can be set to between 0 x 1000 (0 times) and 9999 x 1000
(9,999,000 times). Only the underlined values are set. The alarm will
be disabled if 0 is set.
If the total ON count of the output exceeds the alarm set value, e3 will
be displayed on the Timer to indicate that the output ON count alarm
value was exceeded. Refer to “Self-diagnostic Function” on page
32 for information on the e3 display.
ON Count Alarm Set Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1
and OUT2) (on1a and on2a)
Set the ON count alarm values for the outputs 1 and 2.
The limit can be set to between 0 x 1000 (0 times) and 9999 x 1000
(9,999,000 times). Only the underlined values are set. The alarm will
be disabled if 0 is set.
If the total ON count of instantaneous output 1 or 2 exceeds the alarm
set value, e3 will be displayed on the Timer to indicate that the output
ON count alarm value was exceeded. Refer to “Self-diagnostic
Function” on page 32 for information on the e3 display.
Output ON Count Monitor Value (on-c)
The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
The output ON count will be 1,000 times the displayed value.
ON Count Monitor Values for Outputs 1 and 2 (OUT1 and
OUT2) (on1c and on2c)
The monitor value for output 1 or 2 is only displayed. It cannot be set.
The output ON count will be 1,000 times the displayed value.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Operation in Run Mode
Operating Procedures for Timer Function
Present value
Set each digit for the output time using the corresponding
keys.
Set value
Note: H5CX-L8E@-N Precautions
Set the Timer’s set value before using the Timer in a self-holding circuit.
When Output Mode Z Is Selected
Present value
Set each digit for the output time using the corresponding
(The
keys for the 4th digit cannot be used.)
keys.
Set each digit for the output time using the corresponding
keys.
ON duty ratio
Present value
Cycle time
Present Value and Set Value
These items are displayed when the power is turned ON. The present
value is displayed in the main display and the set value is displayed
in the sub-display.
The values displayed will be determined by the settings made for the
time range and the timer mode in function setting mode.
Present Value and ON Duty Ratio (Output Mode = Z)
The present value is displayed in the main display and the ON duty
ratio is displayed in the sub-display. Set the ON duty ratio used in ON/
OFF-duty-adjustable flicker mode (Z) as a percentage.
Elapsed cycle time
ON duty ratio (%)
ON time = Cycle time x
ON duty set as a percentage
100
The output accuracy will vary with the time range, even if the ON duty
ratio setting is the same. Therefore, if fine output time adjustment is
required, it is recommended that the time range for the cycle time is
set as small as possible.
Examples: 1. When Time Range = - - - - s (9999 s)
20(s) x
31(%)
100
31(%)
100
Cycle time
Close
Open
ON duty (%)
= 6.2(s)
Rounded off to the nearest integer (because of the
time range setting) → ON time = 6 s
2. When Time Range = - -. - - s (99.99 s)
20.00(s) x
Up/Down keys used for analog
adjustment of the ON duty
Control output
Opening/
closing valve
Fully closed↔
Fully open
ON duty
0%↔100%
= 6.200(s)
Rounded off to 2 decimal places (because of the time
range setting) → ON time = 6.20 s
If a cycle time is set, cyclic control can be performed in ON/OFF-dutyadjustable flicker mode simply by changing the ON duty ratio.
Present Value and Cycle Time (Output Mode = Z)
The present value is displayed in the main display and the cycle time
is displayed in the sub-display. Set the cycle time.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Timing Charts
Operating Procedures for Timer Function
Models without Instantaneous Contact Outputs
The gate input is not included in the H5CX-L8@ models.
Either one-shot output or sustained output can be selected.
Mode A: Signal ON delay 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
*
Start signal
input
Timing
Gate
Output
Reset
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
t
t
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
The control output is controlled using a sustained or
one-shot time period.
Note: Output is instantaneous when setting is 0.
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
Mode A-1: Signal ON delay 2 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
Start signal
input
Gate
Timing
Output
Reset
t
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON, and
resets when the start signal goes OFF.
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
The control output is controlled using a sustained or
one-shot time period.
Note: Output is instantaneous when setting is 0.
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
Mode A-2: Power ON delay 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
Timing
Output
Gate
Reset
t
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the reset input goes OFF.
The start signal disables the timing function (i.e.,
same function as the gate input).
The control output is controlled using a sustained or
one-shot time period.
Note: Output is instantaneous when setting is 0.
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
Mode A-3: Power ON delay 2 (Timer does not reset when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
Timing
Sustained
Output
20
Reset
t
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the reset input goes OFF.
The start signal disables the timing function (i.e.,
same function as the gate input).
The control output is controlled using a sustained or
one-shot time period.
Note: Output is instantaneous when setting is 0.
Gate
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
t
t
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Mode b: Repeat cycle 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Sustained Output
Power
*
Start signal
input
Power
Start signal
Timing
Timing
Timing
Timing
Gate
Output
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Reset
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The status of the control output is reversed when time
is up (OFF at start).
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact
output type).
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
One-shot Output
Power
*
Start signal
input
Power
Start signal
Timing
Timing
Timing
Timing
Gate
Output
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Reset
t
t
t
t
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The control output is turned ON when time is up.
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact
output type).
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
Mode b-1: Repeat cycle 2 (Timer does not reset when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Sustained Output
Power
*
Start signal
input
Power
TimingTiming Sustained Timing Timing
Start signal
Timing
Gate
Output
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Reset
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The status of the control output is reversed when time
is up (OFF at start).
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact
output type).
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
One-shot Output
Power
*
Start signal
input
Power
TimingTiming Sustained Timing Timing
Start signal
Timing
Gate
Output
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Reset
t
t
t
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The control output is turned ON when time is up.
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact
output type).
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Mode d: Signal OFF delay (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
*
Start signal
input
Timing
Gate
Output
Reset
* Start signal input is enabled during timing.
The control output is ON when the start signal is ON
(except when the power is OFF or the reset is ON).
The timer resets when the time is up.
Note: Output functions only during start signal input
when setting is 0.
Timing diagram
Control output
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
Mode E: Interval (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
*
Start signal
input
Timing
Gate
Output
Reset
* Start signal input is enabled during timing.
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal comes ON.
The timer resets when the time is up.
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Output is disabled when the setting is 0.
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
Mode F: Cumulative (Timer does not reset when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
input
Start signal
Timing
Sustained
Timing
Gate
Output
When the H5CX is used with power start in mode F
mode or F-1 (i.e., cumulative operation with output on
hold), there will be a timer error (approximately 100 ms
each time the H5CX is turned ON) due to the
characteristics of the internal circuitry. Use the H5CX
with signal start if timer accuracy is required.
Reset
Control output
Timing diagram
Start signal enables timing (timing is stopped when the
start signal is OFF or when the power is OFF).
A sustained control output is used.
Note: Output is instantaneous when setting is 0.
Set value
UP
0
Set value
DOWN
0
Mode Z: ON/OFF-duty-adjustable flicker (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
*
Start signal
input
Start signal
Timing
(cycle time)
Timing
(cycle time)
Timing
Timing
ON duty
(%)
ON duty
(%)
Gate
Reset
Output
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
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Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The status of the control output is reversed when time is
up (ON at start).
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when power
comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact output
type).
Cycle time
UP
ON duty setting
(%) ON time
0
Cycle time
ON duty setting
(%) ON time
DOWN
0
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Mode S: Stopwatch (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
Start signal
input
Timing
Gate/Reset
Gate/Reset
9999
Timing diagram
Set time
*
Display
(for elapsed
time)
* RST flashes
The signal starts and stops timing.
The display is held and timing is continued if the reset
or gate input is received during timing operation.
The timer resets if the reset or gate input is received
when the timing operation is stopped.
UP
0
Set time
DOWN
0
Output
Note: Output is instantaneous when setting is 0.
Models with Instantaneous Contact Outputs
Either one-shot output or sustained output can be selected.
Mode A-2: Power ON delay (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
t-a
t
Rt
t
t-a
Rt
t-a
Power
Power
Timing
Time-limit
output
Reset Key
Instantaneous
output
Time-limit
contacts, NC
The Timer starts when the power comes ON or when
the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Output is instantaneous when setting is 0.
Time-limit
contacts, NO
Instantaneous
contacts, NC
Instantaneous
contacts, NO
t = Set time, Rt = Reset time (0.5 s min.), t – a < t (Indicates the time is less than the set time.)
Mode b: Repeat cycle 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
t-a
t
t
t
t-a
Rt
t
t
t
t-a
t-a
Rt
t-a
Power
t (time)
t (time)
t (time)
t (time)
Time-limit
output
Instantaneous
output
The Timer starts when the power comes ON or when
the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms.
Power
Reset Key
Time-limit
contacts, NC
Sustained Output
Time-limit
contacts, NO
Time-limit
contacts, NC
One-shot Output
Time-limit
contacts, NO
Instantaneous
contacts, NC
Instantaneous
contacts, NO
t = Set time, Rt = Reset time (0.5 s min.), t – a < t (Indicates the time is less than the set time.)
Note: H5CX-L8E@-N Precautions
Set the Timer’s set value before using the Timer in a self-holding circuit.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer
Mode E: Interval (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
t-a
t
Rt
t
t-a
Rt
t-a
Power
Power
Timing
Time-limit
output
Reset Key
Instantaneous
output
Time-limit
contacts, NC
The Timer starts when the power comes ON or when
the reset input goes OFF.
Time-limit
contacts, NO
Note: Output is not instantaneous when setting is 0.
Instantaneous
contacts, NC
Instantaneous
contacts, NO
t = Set time, Rt = Reset time (0.5 s min.), t – a < t (Indicates the time is less than the set time.)
Mode Z: ON/OFF-duty adjustable flicker (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
t
t-a
dty
Power
Timing (cycle time) Timing (cycle time)
Time-limit
output
Timing
Timing
(ON duty)
(ON duty)
Instantaneous
output
t-a
dty
t
Rt
dty
t-a
t-a
Rt
t-a
dty
Power
Reset Key
Time-limit
contacts, NC
The Timer starts when the power comes ON or when
the reset input goes OFF.
Time-limit
contacts, NO
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms.
Instantaneous
contacts, NC
Instantaneous
contacts, NO
t = Set time, dty = ON duty time, Rt = Reset time (0.5 s min.), t – a < t (Indicates the time is less than the set time.)
Note: H5CX-L8E@-N Precautions
Set the Timer’s set value before using the Timer in a self-holding circuit.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Twin Timer
Setting Procedure Guide
Operating Procedures for Twin Timer Function
Step1
Switching to a Twin Timer
Power ON
+
Timer/twin timer
selection mode
1
Hold down for 1 s min.
Run mode
+
Press the
or
Key to
switch to a Twin Timer.
tim
twn
Timer
Twin timer
1
Hold down for 1 s min.
Step2
Settings for basic functions can be performed with just the DIP switch.
Note: There is no DIP switch on the H5CX-L8@. Go to Step3 .
Key-protect Switch
Be sure to set pin 1 to ON when using the DIP switch.
ON
OFF
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Item
OFF
ON
Pin 2
Pin 3
DIP switch settings
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
OFF
0.01 s to 99.99 s
ON
OFF
0.1 s to 999.9 s
OFF
ON
1 s to 9999 s
ON
ON
0 min 01 s to 99 min 59 s
Flicker ON start
Pin 4
Pin 5
ON time range
UP
DOWN
OFF
OFF
0.01 s to 99.99 s
20 ms
1 ms
0.1 s to 999.9 s
OFF time range
ON time range
Output mode
7
Timer mode
8
Input signal width
Refer to the table on the right.
OFF time range
Refer to the table on the right.
Flicker OFF start
Note: All the pins are factory-set to OFF.
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
1 s to 9999 s
ON
ON
0 min 01 s to 99 min 59 s
Be sure to turn ON pin 1 on the DIP switch.
Changes to DIP switch settings are enabled when the power is turned ON.
(Perform DIP switch settings while the power is OFF.)
After making DIP switch settings for basic operation, advanced functions can be added using the operation keys on the front panel. Refer to
Step3 on page 26 for details.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Twin Timer
To switch to twin timer operation, use the procedure given below. For details, refer to page 31.
Step3
Settings that cannot be performed with the DIP switch are performed with the operation keys.
• Change to Function Setting Mode.
For details on operations in run mode, refer to page 28.
Power ON
3 s min.
Run mode
*1
Function setting mode
3 s min.
*2
*1. If the mode is switched to the function setting mode during operation, operation will continue.
*2. Changes made to settings in function setting mode are enabled for the first time when the mode is changed to run mode.
Also, when settings are changed, the timer is reset (time initialized and output turned OFF).
The characters displayed in reverse video are the default settings.
When performing settings with operation keys only, set pin1 of the DIP switch to OFF (factory setting).
If pin 1 of the DIP switch is set to ON, the setting items indicated in
will not be displayed.
OFF time
range
Set the OFF time range using the
keys.
Time Range List
s
s
……
s
h
s
Display
For details, refer to Time Range List.
ON time
range
Set the ON time range using the
keys.
s
s
0.1 s to 999.9 s
……
s
h
s
1 s to 9999 s
For details, refer to Time Range List.
Set the timer mode using the
0 min 01 s to
99 min 59 s
keys.
0.1 min to
999.9 min
Timer mode
up
Function setting mode
(UP)
ON/OFF
start mode
down
1 min to
9999 min
(DOWN)
Set the twin timer output mode using the
0 h 01 min to
99 h 59 min
keys.
0.1 h to 999.9 h
toff
ton
tof1
ton1
Flicker
Flicker
Flicker
( OFFFlicker
start 1) ( On Start 1 ) ( OFF start 2 ) ( On Start 2 )
1 h to 9999 h
Note: Only Flicker OFF Start 1 or Flicker ON Start 1 can be selected for the H5CX-L8E@.
Input signal
width
Set the input signal width using the
20ms
(20 ms)
0.001 s to
9.999 s
keys.
1ms
(1 ms)
Note: Not displayed for models with instantaneous contact outputs.
NPN/PNP
input
Set the NPN/PNP input mode using the
npn
keys.
pnp
(NPN input) (PNP input)
Note: Displayed only for the H5CX-A@ and H5CX-A11@.
Display
color
Set the display color using the
keys.
red
grn
org
r-g
g-r
r-o
o-r
(Red)
(Green)
(Orange)
(Red-green)
(Green-red)
(Red-orange)
(Orange-red)
g-o
o-g
(Green-orange) (Orange-green)
Note: Displayed only for models with terminal screws (H5CX-A@).
Instantaneous/
time-limit
Set the function (instantaneous or time-limit operation) for the instantaneous output (output 1)
using the
Keys.
1c1c
2c
(Instantaneous) (Time-limit)
Note: Displayed only for models with instantaneous contact outputs.
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Set Value
0.01 s to 99.99 s
(default setting)
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Twin Timer
From previous
page
To previous
page
Function setting mode
Set value
upper limit 1
Set value
upper limit 2
Key protect
level
Set the digits for the set value limit using the corresponding
1
9999
(1)
(9999)
Set the digits for the set value limit using the corresponding
1
9999
(1)
(9999)
Set the key protect level using the
keys.
keys.
keys.
kp-1
kp-2
kp-3
kp-4
kp-5
kp-6
kp-7
(KP-1)
(KP-2)
(KP-3)
(KP-4)
(KP-5)
(KP-6)
(KP-7)
*1
Output ON
count alarm
set value/
monitor value
*1. Set the digits for the output ON alarm set value using the corresponding
keys.
• Models without Instantaneous Contact Outputs
Output ON
count alarm
set value
Output ON
count monitor
value
0
~
9999
(0 x 1000 times) (9999 x 1000 times)
Note: The monitor value is only displayed.
It cannot be set.
• Models with Instantaneous Contact Outputs
Instantaneous
output 1
(OUT1) ON
count alarm
set value
Instantaneous
output 2
(OUT2) ON
count alarm
set value
0
~
9999
(0 x 1000 times) (9999 x 1000 times)
0
~
9999
(0 x 1000 times) (9999 x 1000 times)
Instantaneous
output 1
(OUT1) ON
count monitor
value
Note: The monitor value is only displayed.
It cannot be set.
Instantaneous
output 2
(OUT2) ON
count monitor
value
Note: The monitor value is only displayed.
It cannot be set.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Twin Timer
Explanation of Functions
Operating Procedures for Twin Timer Function
Items marked with stars () can be set using the DIP switch.
OFF Time Range (oftr)
NPN/PNP Input Mode (imod)
Set the time range for the OFF time in the range 0.000 s to 9,999 h.
Only settings of type --.-- s (99.99 s), ---.- s (999.9 s), ---- s (9,999 s),
and -- min -- s (99 min 59 s) can be made with the DIP switch. Use the
operation keys if another type of setting is required.
Select either NPN input (no-voltage input) or PNP input (voltage input)
as the input format. Set an NPN input when using a 2-wire sensor.
The same setting is used for all external inputs.
For details on input connections, refer to "Input Connections" on
page 9.
ON Time Range (ontr)
Set the time range for the ON time in the range 0.001 s to 9,999 h.
Only settings of type --.-- s (99.99 s), ---.- s (999.9 s), ---- s (9,999 s),
and -- min -- s (99 min 59 s) can be made with the DIP switch. Use the
operation keys if another type of setting is required.
Display Color (colr)
(Terminal black model: H5CX-A@ only)
Set the color used for the present value.
Output OFF
Timer Mode (timm)
Set either the elapsed time (UP) or remaining time (DOWN) mode.
In UP mode, the elapsed time is displayed, and in DOWN mode, the
remaining time is displayed.
Output ON
red
Red (fixed)
grn
Green (fixed)
org
Orange (fixed)
r-g
Red
g-r
Green
Red
r-o
Red
Orange
o-r
Orange
Red
Input Signal Width (iflt)
g-o
Green
Orange
Set the minimum signal input width (20 ms or 1 ms) for signal, reset,
and gate inputs.
The same setting is used for all external inputs (signal, reset, and gate
inputs).
If contacts are used for the input signal, set the input signal width to
20 ms.
Processing to eliminate chattering is performed for this setting.
o-g
Orange
Green
ON/OFF Start Mode (totm)
Set the output mode.
Set either flicker OFF start or flicker ON start. (For details on output
mode operation, refer to "Timing Charts" on page 29.)
Green
Key Protect Level (kypt)
Set the key protect level.
Refer to “Key Protect Level” on page 32.
Operation in Run Mode
Operating Procedures for Twin Timer Function
Present value Set the digits for the OFF set time using the corresponding
keys.
OFF set time
Present value Set the digits for the OFF set time using the corresponding
keys.
ON set time
Note: 1. The display will automatically show the OFF set time when the OFF time is being timed and the ON set time when the ON time is being timed.
Note: 2. H5CX-L8E@-N Precautions
Set the Timer’s set value before using the Timer in a self-holding circuit.
Present Value and OFF Set Time
Present Value and ON Set Time
The present value is displayed in the main display and the OFF set
time is displayed in the sub-display. Set the OFF time.
The present value is displayed in the main display and the ON set
time is displayed in the sub-display. Set the ON time.
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Twin Timer
Timing Charts
Operating Procedures for Timer Function
Models without Instantaneous Contact Outputs
The gate input is not included in the H5CX-L8@ models.
Mode toff: Flicker OFF start 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
*
Start signal
input
Start signal
Timing
OFF
Timing
ON
Timing
OFF
Timing
ON
Gate
Output
Reset
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The status of the control output is reversed when time is
up (OFF at start).
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact output
type).
OFF time
UP
ON time
0
OFF time
DOWN
ON time
0
Mode ton: Flicker OFF start 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
*
Start signal
input
Start signal
Timing
ON
Timing
OFF
Timing
ON
Timing
OFF
Gate
Output
Reset
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The status of the control output is reversed when time is
up (ON at start).
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact output
type).
OFF time
UP
ON time
0
OFF time
DOWN
ON time
0
Mode toff-1: Flicker OFF start 2 (Timer does not reset when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
*
Start signal
input
Start signal
Timing
OFF
Timing
ON
Timing
OFF
a
b
Gate
Output
(a + b = ON time)
Reset
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The status of the control output is reversed when time is
up (OFF at start).
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact output
type).
OFF time
UP
ON time
0
OFF time
DOWN
ON time
0
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Twin Timer
Mode ton-1: Flicker ON start 2 (Timer does not reset when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal
*
Start signal
input
Timing
ON
Timing
OFF
Timing
ON
a
b
Gate
Output
(a + b = OFF time)
Reset
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
Control output
Timing diagram
Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
The status of the control output is reversed when time is
up (ON at start).
While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the value to at least 100 ms (contact output
type).
OFF time
UP
ON time
0
OFF time
DOWN
ON time
0
Models with Instantaneous Contact Outputs
Mode toff: Flicker OFF start 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
t-a
Power
t-off
t-on
t-off
t-b
Rt
t-off
t-on
t-off
t-b
t-a
Rt
t-a
Power
Toff time
Ton time
Toff time
Ton time
Reset Key
Time-limit
output
Time-limit
contacts, NC
Instantaneous
output
The Timer starts when the power comes ON or when
the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the ON time and OFF time to at least 100
ms.
Time-limit
contacts, NO
Instantaneous
contacts, NC
Instantaneous
contacts, NO
t-on = ON time, t-off = OFF time, Rt = Reset time (0.1 s min.), t – a < t-off and t – b < t-on
(Indicates the time is less than the set time.)
Mode ton: Flicker ON start 1 (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
t-b
Power
t-on
t-off
t-on
t-a
Rt
t-on
t-off
t-on
t-a
t-b
Rt
Power
Ton time
Toff time Ton time Toff time
Time-limit
output
Instantaneous
output
The Timer starts when the power comes ON or when
the reset input goes OFF.
Note: Normal output operation will not be possible if
the set time is too short.
Set the ON time and OFF time to at least 100
ms.
Reset Key
Time-limit
contacts, NC
Time-limit
contacts, NO
Instantaneous
contacts, NC
Instantaneous
contacts, NO
t-on = ON time, t-off = OFF time, Rt = Reset time (0.1 s min.), t – a < t-off and t – b < t-on
(Indicates the time is less than the set time.)
Note: H5CX-L8E@-N Precautions
Set the Timer’s set value before using the Timer in a self-holding circuit.
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t-b
H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Timer/Twin Timer Selection Mode (Function Selection)
Select whether the H5CX is used as a timer or a twin timer in timer/twin timer selection mode.
The H5CX is also equipped with a DIP switch monitor function, a convenient function that enables the settings of the DIP switch pins to be
confirmed using the front display.
Power ON
Run mode
Key
Caution
*2
Timer/Twin Timer Selection Mode
1 Key
+
1
1 s min.
To change the mode to timer/twin timer selection mode,
1 key for 1 s min. with the
hold down the
key held
down. The
1 key must be pressed before the key. If the
key is pressed first, the mode will not change.
*1
Timer/Twin
timer selection
Select either tim timer operation or twn twin timer operation using the
keys.
Note: The H5CX is factory-set for timer operation.
Confirm the status of DIP switch pins 1 to 8 using the
DIP switch
monitor
nt
ie
ven
Con
keys.
Note: 1. This display is not supported with H5CX-L8@-N.
2. This display is only possible when DIP switch pin 1 (DIP switch settings
enable/disable) is set to ON (enable).
Example
ON
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Indicates that DIP switch pin 8 is ON.
Indicates that DIP switch pin 7 is OFF.
Indicates that DIP switch pin 6 is ON.
Indicates that DIP switch pin 5 is OFF.
Indicates that DIP switch pin 4 is ON.
Indicates that DIP switch pin 3 is OFF.
Indicates that DIP switch pin 2 is ON.
Indicates that DIP switch pin 1 is ON.
*1. When the mode is changed to timer/twin timer selection mode, the present value is reset and output turns OFF.
Timing operation is not performed in timer/twin timer selection mode.
*2. Setting changes made in timer/twin timer selection mode are enabled when the mode is changed to run mode.
If settings are changed, the HC5X is automatically reset (present value initialized, output turned OFF).
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H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N
Key Protect Level
When the key-protect switch is set to ON, it is possible to prevent setting errors by prohibiting the use of certain operation keys by specifying the
key protect level (KP-1 to KP-7).
The key protect indicator is lit while the key-protect switch is set to ON.
OFF *
(Disabled)
ON
(Enabled)
* Factory-set to OFF
Key protect indicator
Details
Level
Meaning
Changing mode*
Switching display
during operation
Reset Key
Up/down key
KP-1
(default setting)
Invalid
Valid
Valid
Valid
KP-2
Invalid
Valid
Invalid
Valid
KP-3
Invalid
Valid
Valid
Invalid
KP-4
Invalid
Valid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-5
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
KP-6
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
Valid
KP-7
Invalid
Invalid
Invalid
Valid
* Changing mode to Timer/Twin Timer Selection Mode or Function Setting Mode.
Self-diagnostic Function
The following displays will appear if an error occurs.
Main display
Sub-display
Error
Output status
Correction method
Set value after reset
e1
Not lit
CPU
OFF
Either press the reset key or
reset the power supply.
e2
Not lit
Memory error (RAM)
OFF
Reset the power supply.
e2
sum
Memory error EEPROM *1
OFF
Reset Key
Factory setting
No change
Output ON count alarm set
value exceeded
No change
Reset Key
No change
e3 *2
No change
No change
*1. This includes times when the life of the EEPROM has expired.
*2. The normal display and e3 will appear alternately.
When the Reset Key is pressed, e3 will no longer be displayed even if the alarm set value is exceeded. (Monitoring is possible, however, because the Timer will
continue without clearing the output ON count.)
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H5CX-B@-N
Digital Timer H5CX-B@-N
• H5CX Digital Timers with 6-digit Display, 2-stage Setting,
and Forecast Output (DIN 48 x 48-mm)
• Times the daily operating hours of machinery and tools,
predicting and notifying when maintenance is required.
• Easy-to-read backlit negative LCD with 6 digits (displays
to 99999.9 h).
• The 2-stage settings and forecast output are ideal for
maintenance applications.
Specifications
Ratings
Classification
Ratings
Digital Timer with 6-digit display, 2-stage setting, and forecast output
Power supply voltage
12 to 24 VDC
Operating voltage
fluctuation range
90% to 110% rated supply voltage
Power consumption
Approx. 2.3 W *1
Mounting method
Flush mounting
External connections
Screw terminals
Degree of protection
IEC IP66, UL508 Type 4X (indoors) for panel front surface only and only when Y92S-29 Waterproof Packing is used
Digits
6 digits
Time range
0.01 s to 9999.99 s, 1 s to 99 h 59 min 59 s, 0.1 min to 99999.9 min, 0.1 h to 99999.9 h
Timer mode
Elapsed time (Up)
Input signals
Signal, reset, gate
ON impedance
: 1 kΩ max. (Leakage current: 12 mA when 0 Ω)
ON residual voltage : 3 V max.
OFF impedance
: 100 kΩ min.
Voltage Input
High (logic) level
: 4.5 to 30 VDC
Low (logic) level
: 0 to 2 VDC (Input resistance: approx. 4.7 kΩ)
No-voltage (NPN) input/voltage (PNP) input (switchable)
No-voltage Input
Inputs
Input method
Signal, reset, gate
Minimum input signal width: 1 or 20 ms (selectable, same for all input)
Reset system
Power resets (only for A mode), external and manual reset
Power reset
Minimum power-opening time: 0.5 s (except for F-1 mode)
Reset voltage
10% max. of rated supply voltage
Sensor waiting time
250 ms max. (Control output is turned OFF and no input is accepted during sensor waiting time.)
Outputs
Output modes
A, F-1
Output type
Transistor output: NPN open collector, 100 mA at 30 VDC max. residual voltage: 1.5 VDC max. (Approx. 1 V)
Leakage current: 0.1 mA max.
Display
7-segment, negative transmissive LCD;
Present value: 10-mm-high characters, red
Set value: 6-mm-high characters, green *2
Memory backup
EEPROM (overwrites: 100,000 times min.) that can store data for 10 years min.
Operating temperature range
-10 to 55°C (-10 to 50°C if counters are mounted side by side) (with no icing or condensation)
Storage temperature range
-25 to 70°C (with no icing or condensation)
Operating humidity range
25 to 85%
Case color
Black (N1.5)
Attachments
Waterproof packing, flush mounting adapter, unit label
*1. Inrush current will flow for a short time when the power supply is turned ON.
Inrush Current (Reference Values)
Voltage
Applied voltage
Inrush current (peak value)
Time
12 to 24 VDC
26.4 VDC
4.4 A
1.7 ms
*2. The display is lit only when the power is ON.
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H5CX-B@-N
Characteristics
Accuracy of operating time
and setting error
(including temperature and
voltage influences)
Power-ON start: ±0.01% ±50 ms max. (See note 1.)
Signal start: ±0.005%±0.03 ms max. (See note 1.)
Signal start for transistor output model: ±0.005%±3 ms max. (See note 1 and 2.)
If the set value is within the sensor waiting time at startup the control output of the H5CX will not turn ON until the sensor waiting
time passes.
Note: 1. The values are based on the set value.
2. The value is applied for a minimum pulse width of 1 ms.
Insulation resistance
100 MΩmin. (at 500 VDC) between current-carrying terminal and exposed non-current-carrying metal parts
Dielectric strength
2,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between current-carrying metal parts and non-current-carrying metal parts
1,000 VAC, 50/60 Hz for 1 min between control output, power supply, and input circuit
Impulse withstand voltage
1.0 kV (between power terminals)
1.5 kV (between current-carrying terminal and exposed non-current-carrying metal parts)
Noise immunity
±480 V (between power terminals) and ±600 V (between input terminals), square-wave noise by noise simulator
(pulse width: 100 ns/1 µs, 1-ns rise)
Static immunity
Destruction: 15 kV
Malfunction: 8 kV
Vibration
resistance
Destruction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.75-mm single amplitude in three directions for 2 h each
Malfunction
10 to 55 Hz with 0.35-mm single amplitude in three directions for 10 min each
Shock
resistance
Destruction
300 m/s2 in three directions, three cycles
Malfunction
Weight
100m/s2 in three directions, three cycles
Approx. 105 g (Timer only)
Applicable Standards
UL508/Listing, CSA C22.2 No. 14, conforms to EN 61812-1 (pollution degree 2/overvoltage category III)
Conforms to VDE0106/P100 (finger protection).
Approved safety standards
(EMI)
Emission Enclosure:
(EMS)
Immunity ESD:
Immunity RF-interference:
EMC
Immunity Conducted Disturbance:
Immunity Burst:
Immunity Surge:
EN61812-1
EN55011 Group 1 class A
EN61812-1
EN61000-4-2: 6 kV contact discharge (level 2)
8 kV air discharge (level 3)
EN61000-4-3: 10 V/m (Amplitude-modulated, 80 MHz to 1 GHz) (level 3);
10 V/m (Pulse-modulated, 900 MHz 5 MHz) (level 3)
EN61000-4-6: 10 V (0.15 to 80 MHz) (level 3)
EN61000-4-4: 2 kV power-line (level 3);
1 kV I/O signal-line (level 4)
EN61000-4-5: 1 kV line to lines (power and output lines) (level 3);
2 kV line to ground (power and output lines) (level 3)
I/O Functions
Inputs
Start signal
Starts timing.
Reset
• Resets present value. (The present value returns to 0.)
• Timing stops and control output turns OFF while reset input is ON.
• Reset indicator is lit while reset input is ON.
Gate
Inhibits timer operation.
Forecast value
setting
Control output (OUT2)
Turns ON when the present value reaches the set value.
Forecast output (OUT1)
Turns ON when the present value reaches the forecast value.
Absolute value
setting
Control output 2 (OUT2)
Turns ON when the present value reaches set value 2.
Control output 1 (OUT1)
Turns ON when the present value reaches set value 1.
Outputs
Response Delay Time When Resetting (Transistor Output)
The following table shows the delay from when the reset signal is input until the output is turned OFF.
(Reference value)
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Minimum reset signal width
Output delay time
1 ms
0.8 to 1.2 ms
20 ms
15 to 25 ms
H5CX-B@-N
Connections
Block Diagram
Input Circuits
Signal, Reset, and Gate Input
Power supply
circuit
Output circuit
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
Voltage Inputs (PNP Inputs)
(Basic insulation)
+14 V
Display circuit
Internal control
circuit
Input circuits
1 kΩ
Key switch
circuit
Reset
Signal
Gate
Reset
7
8
9
10
• The transistor output of
the H5CX is insulated
from the internal circuitry
by a photocoupler, so the
transistor output can be
used as both NPN and
PNP output.
0V
12
1
2
13
3
4
Note: 1. The power supply and input circuit
are not isolated.
2. Terminals 1 and 6 are connected
internally.
3. Terminals 7 and 10 have the same
reset function. The same function will
be performed whichever terminal is
connected. Terminals 7 and 10 are
not connected internally, however, so
do not use them for cross-over wiring.
OUT 1
5
OUT 2
(–)
(+)
Internal
circuit
IN
Transistor Output
Terminal Arrangement
6
Approx. 4.7 kΩ
Internal
circuit
IN
NPN Output
PNP Output
Load
Load
+
+
Power for load
• The diode connected to
the collector of the output
transistor is used to
absorb inverted voltage
that is generated when an
inductive load is
connected to the H5CX.
Power for load
Timer
Inductive
load
+
Power for load
Input Connections
The inputs of the H5CX-B are no-voltage (short-circuit or open) inputs or voltage inputs.
No-voltage Inputs (NPN Inputs)
Open Collector
Voltage Output
PLC or
sensor
Contact Input
DC Two-wire Sensor
6
7
8
10
6
Note: Operate with transistor ON
7
8
9
10
6
8
9
7
8
9
Reset
Gate
Signal
Reset
0 V for inputs
Reset
6
10
10
Note: Operate with transistor ON
Note: Operate with relay ON
Note: Operate with transistor ON
No-voltage Input Signal Levels
No-contact
input
Gate
Reset
7
Signal
0 V for inputs
Reset
Gate
Signal
Reset
0 V for inputs
Gate
9
Reset
Signal
0 V for inputs
Reset
Sensor
Applicable Two-wire Sensor
• Leakage current: 1.5 mA max.
• Switching capacity: 5 mA min.
• Residual voltage: 3.0 VDC max.
• Operating voltage: 10 VDC
Short-circuit level (Transistor ON)
• Residual voltage: 3 V max.
• Impedance when ON: 1 kΩ max.
(The leakage current is approx. 12 mA when the impedance is 0 Ω.)
Open level (Transistor OFF)
• Impedance when OFF: 100 kΩ min.
Contact input
Use contacts which can adequately switch 5 mA at 10 V
Voltage Inputs (PNP Inputs)
No-contact Input (NPN Transistor)
No-contact Input (PNP Transistor)
Contact Input
7
8
9
10
6
7
8
10
Note: Operate with transistor ON
6
7
8
Gate
9
Reset
Signal
Reset
0 V for inputs
Gate
9
Reset
Reset
0 V for inputs
Reset
Gate
Signal
Reset
0 V for inputs
6
Note: Operate with transistor OFF
Signal
Sensor
Sensor
10
Note: Operate with relay ON
Voltage Input Signal Levels
High level (Input ON): 4.5 to 30 VDC
Low level (Input OFF): 0 to 2 VDC
Note: 1. The DC voltage must be 30 VDC max.
2. Input resistance: Approx. 4.7 kΩ
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H5CX-B@-N
Nomenclature
Display Section
Operation Key
1. Key Protection Indicator (orange)
8. Mode Key
Lit when the reset input or Reset Key is ON.
(Changes modes and setting items)
4
2. Control Output Indicator (orange)
Forecast value setting
Forecast output ON: OUT 1 is lit.
Control output ON: OUT 2 is lit.
Absolute value setting
Control output 1 ON: OUT 1 is lit.
Control output 2 ON: OUT 2 is lit.
1
5
6
7
2
3
8
9. Reset Key
Resets present value and output.
10. Up Keys 1 to 6
Switches
10
9
3. Reset Indicator (orange)
Sixth digit
Lit when the reset input or Reset Key is ON.
11. Key-protect Switch
First digit
(Default setting)
4. Present Value Display (red)
Character height: 10 mm
If the time range is 0.0 min or 0.0 h, the decimal
point flashes to indicate timing operation.
11
OFF
(Disabled)
ON
(Enabled)
12
5. Time Unit Indicators (green)
12. DIP Switch
6. Set Value (green)
Character height: 6 mm
ON
7. Set Value 1, 2 Indicator (green)
Character Size
for Present
Value Display
OFF
Character Size
for Set Value
Display
10mm
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
6mm
Key Protect Level
When the Key-protect Switch is ON, key operations are prohibited
according to the settings for DIP switch pins 6 to 8, thus preventing
setting errors.
The Key-protect Switch can be turned ON and OFF while the power
is ON.
The Key Protection Indicator is lit orange when the Key-protect Switch
is ON.
If the key protect switch is ON, you will not be able to switch to
Function Setting Mode.
Dimensions
(unit: mm)
Digital Timers
Digital Timers
Panel Cutouts
Panel cutouts areas shown below. (according
to DIN43700)
H5CX-BWSD-N (Flush Mounting Models)
60 min.
6
48×48
59
45+0.6
–0
45+0.6
–0
44.8×44.8
15 min.
60 min.
Note: M3.5 terminal screw (effective length: 6 mm)
Dimensions with Flush Mounting Adapter
H5CX-BWSD-N (Provided with Adapter and Waterproof Packing)
Y92S-29 (provided)
Waterproof Packing
Panel
Y92F-30 (provided)
Flush Mounting Adapter
Note: 1. The mounting panel thickness should
be 1 to 5 mm.
2. To allow easier operation, it is
recommended that Adapters be
mounted so that the gap between
sides with hooks is at least 15 mm
(i.e., with the panel cutouts separated
by at least 60 mm).
3. It is possible to mount Timers side by
side, but only in the direction without
the hooks. However, if Timers are
mounted side by side, water
resistance will be lost.
n side by side mounting
(51)
58
A
A= (48n–2.5)+1
–0
48
Accessories (Order Separately)
Refer to page 12 for details.
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7.5
57.5
With Y92A-48F1 attached.
+1
A={48n–2.5+(n–1)×4}–0
With Y92A-48 attached.
+1
A= (51n–5.5)–0
H5CX-B@-N
Operating Procedures
DIP Switch Settings
All functions are set using the DIP switch.
Pin 1
Pin 2
Time range
Refer to the table on the
right.
OFF
OFF
0.1 h to 99999.9 h
ON
OFF
0.01 s to 9999.99 s
F-1 mode
A mode
OFF
ON
20 ms
1 ms
0 h 00 min 01 s to
99 h 59 min 59 s
NPN
(no-voltage)
PNP
(voltage)
ON
ON
0.1 min to 99999.9 min
6 Reset Key protection
Disabled
Enabled
7 Up Key protection
Disabled
Enabled
8 Mode Key protection
Disabled
Enabled
Item
1
2
Time range
3 Output modes
4 Input signal width
5 NPN/PNP input mode
OFF
ON
ON
Note: 1. All the pins are factory-set to OFF.
2. DIP switch settings are effective when the power is
turned ON again. (Set the DIP switch before installation
and power-up.)
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Operation in Run Mode
Set the digits for the set values using the corresponding
Key.
Forecast Value Setting
Absolute Value Setting
Present value
Set value
Present value
Each time the
Key is pressed,
the sub-display will switch between
the set value (“SET” is lit) and the
forecast set value (“1” is lit).
Set value 1
Present value
Present value
Forecast set value
Set value 2
Each time the
Key is pressed,
the sub-display will switch between
set value 1 (“SET 1” is lit) and set
value 2 (“SET 2” is lit).
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H5CX-B@-N
Operation in Function Setting Mode
Settings that cannot be performed with the DIP switch are performed with the operation keys.
• Change to Function Setting Mode.
Power ON
3 s min.
Run mode
*1
Function setting mode
3 s min.
*2
*1. If the mode is switched to the function setting mode during operation, operation will continue.
*2. Changes made to settings in function setting mode are enabled for the first time when the mode is changed to run mode.
Also, when settings are changed, the timer is reset (time initialized and output turned OFF).
Set the digits for the set values using the
Absolute
Key.
value setting/ corresponding
forecast value
setting
~
(Forecast
(Absolute
value setting) value setting)
Set value
upper limit
Set the digits for the set values using the
corresponding
Key.
~
(1)
(999999)
Set the digits for the set values using the
corresponding
Key.
Forecast
setting upper
limit
~
(1)
(999999)
Function Setting Mode
Note: Displayed only in forecast setting mode.
Set the digits for the set values using the
Output 1
corresponding
Key.
(OUT1)
ON count
alarm set value
(0 x 1000 (9999 x 1000
times)
times)
~
Set the digits for the set values using the
corresponding
Key.
Output 2
(OUT2)
ON count
alarm set value
~
(0 x 1000
times)
(9999 x 1000
times)
Output 1
(OUT1)
Note: The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
ON count
monitor value
Output 2
(OUT2)
Note: The monitor value is only displayed. It cannot be set.
ON count
monitor value
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H5CX-B@-N
Explanation of Functions
Absolute value setting/forecast value setting
(setm)
Absolute Value Setting
Example: F-1 Mode
Set value 1 can be set as the forecast value setting (ofst) or the
absolute value setting (abs).
Set value 2
Forecast Value Setting
Set value 1
Example: F-1 Mode
0
Present
value
Set
value
Control output 1
(OUT1)
Forecast
value
Control output 2
(OUT2)
Forecast
set value
Present
value
• OUT1 (control output 1) turns ON when the present value reaches
set value 1.
• OUT2 (control output 2) turns ON when the present value reaches
set value 2.
0
Forecast output
(OUT1)
Control output
(OUT 2)
Refer to pages 18 and 28 for information on other functions.
• OUT1 (forecast output) turns ON when the present value reaches
the forecast value.
Forecast value = Set value - Forecast set value
Note: The forecast set value is used to set the deviation for the set value.
• OUT2 (control output) turns ON when the present value reaches
the set value.
• If the forecast set value ≥ set value, OUT1 (forecast output) will turn
ON as soon as timing starts.
Self-diagnostic Function
The following displays will appear if an error occurs.
Main display
Sub-display
Error
Output status
Correction method
Either press the Reset Key or
reset the power supply.
Set value after reset
e1
Not lit
e2
Not lit
Memory error (RAM)
OFF
Reset the power supply.
sum
Memory error EEPROM *1
OFF
Reset Key.
Factory setting
No change
Output ON count alarm set
value exceeded
No change
Reset Key
No change
e2
e3
*2
CPU
OFF
No change
No change
*1. This includes times when the life of the EEPROM has expired.
*2. The normal display and e3 will appear alternately.
When the Reset Key is pressed, e3 will no longer be displayed even if the alarm set value is exceeded. (Monitoring is possible, however, because the Timer will
continue without clearing the output ON count.)
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H5CX-B@-N
Timing Charts
Mode A: Signal ON delay (Timer resets when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
*
Start signal input
Start signal
Timing
Forecast
output
OUT1
(
(
Control
output 1
OUT1
)
)
Gate
Control
Control
output
output 2
OUT2
OUT2
( ) The names in parentheses are used for the absolute value setting.
Timing diagram
Reset
* Start signal input is disabled during timing.
• Timing starts when the start signal goes ON.
• While the start signal is ON, the timer starts when the
power comes ON or when the reset input goes OFF.
• A sustained control output is used.
• Timing stops when the time is up.
Note: Output is instantaneous when the set value is 0.
999999
Set value (SV 2)
Forecast value
(SV 1)
0
OUT1
OUT2
The names in parentheses are used for the absolute value setting.
Mode F-1: Cumulative (Timer does not reset when power comes ON.)
Basic operation
Detailed operation
Power
Power
Start signal input
Forecast
output
OUT1
(
(
Control
output 1
OUT1
)
)
Timing
Sustained
Timing
Start signal
Control
Control
output
output 2
OUT2
OUT2
( ) The names in parentheses are used for the absolute value setting.
When the H5CX is used with power start in mode F
mode or F-1 (i.e., cumulative operation with output on
hold), there will be a timer error (approximately 100
ms each time the H5CX is turned ON) due to the
characteristics of the internal circuitry. Use the H5CX
with signal start if timer accuracy is required.
Reset
Timing diagram
• Start signal enables timing (timing is stopped when the
start signal is OFF or when the power is OFF).
• A sustained control output is used.
• Timing continues even after the time is up.
Note: Output is instantaneous when the set value is
0.
Gate
999999
Set value (SV 2)
Forecast value
(SV 1)
0
OUT1
OUT2
The names in parentheses are used for the absolute value setting.
Note: 1. The forecast value = set value - forecast set value
2. The forecast set value is used to set the deviation for the set value.
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Safety Precautions for All H5CX Series (Common)
CAUTION
Do not allow pieces of metal, wire clippings, or fine
metallic shavings or fillings from installation to enter
the product. Doing so may occasionally result in
electric shock, fire, or malfunction.
Minor injury due to explosion may occasionally occur.
Do not use the Timer where subject to flammable or
explosive gas.
Fire may occasionally occur. Tighten the terminal
screws to the rated torque.
H5CX terminals: 6.55 to 7.97 lb-in (0.74 to 0.90 N m)
P2CF Socket terminals: 4.4 lb-in (0.5 N m)
•
•
Minor injury due to electric shock may occasionally
occur. Do not touch any of the terminals while power
is being supplied. Be sure to mount the terminal cover
after wiring.
• Internal elements may be destroyed if a voltage outside the rated
voltage range is applied.
• Be sure that polarity is correct when wiring the terminals.
• Separate the Timer from sources of noise, such as devices with
input signals from power lines carrying noise, and wiring for I/O
signals.
• Do not connect more than two crimp terminals to the same
terminal.
• Up to two wires of the same size and type can be inserted into a
single terminals.
• Use the specified wires for wiring. Applicable Wires: AWG 18 to
AWG 22, solid or twisted, copper.
• Install a switch or circuit breaker that allows the operator to
immediately turn OFF the power, and label it to clearly indicate its
function.
• When the Timer is operated with no-voltage input (NPN input),
approximately 14 V is output from the input terminals. Use a sensor
that contains a diode.
Sensor
Diode
The life expectancy of the output relay varies
considerably according to its usage. Use the output
relay within its rated load and electrical life
expectancy. If the output relay is used beyond its life
expectancy, its contacts may become fused or there may be a
risk of fire. Also, be sure that the load current does not exceed
the rated load current and when using a heater, be sure to use a
thermal switch in the load circuit.
Minor electric shock, fire, or malfunction may
occasionally occur. Do not disassemble, modify, or
repair the Timer or touch internal components.
Precautions for Safe Use
• The panel surface of the H5CX is water-resistant (conforming to
NEMA4, IP66, UL Type 4X (Indoor Use Only). To protect the
internal circuits from water penetration through the space between
the H5CX and operating panel, waterproof packing is included.
Attach the Y92F-30 Adapter with sufficient pressure with the
reinforcing screws so that water does not penetrate the panel.
0.5 to 1 mm
It is recommended that the
space between the screw
head and the Adapter be 0.5
to 1 mm.
• When mounting the Timer to a panel, tighten the two mounting
screws alternately, a little at a time, so as to keep them at an equal
tightness. If the panel screws are tightened unequally, water may
enter the panel.
• Store the Timer at the specified temperature. If the Time has been
stored at a temperature of less than -10°C, allow the Time to stand
at room temperature for at least 3 hours before use.
• Mounting the Timer side-by-side may reduce the life expectancies
of internal components.
• Use the Timer within the specified ranges for the ambient operating
temperature and humidity.
• Do not use in the following locations:
• Locations subject to sudden or extreme changes in
temperature.
• Locations where high humidity may result in condensation.
• Do not use the Timer outside of the rated ranges for vibration,
shock, water exposure, and oil exposure.
• Do not use this Timer in dusty environments, in locations where
corrosive gasses are present, or in locations subject to direct
sunlight.
• Install the Timer well away from any sources of static electricity,
such as pipes transporting molding materials, powders, or liquids.
0V
Input
• Use a switch, relay, or other contact so that the rated power supply
voltage will be reached within 0.1 seconds. If the power supply
voltage is not reached quickly enough, the Timer may malfunction
or outputs may be unstable.
• Use a switch, relay, or other contact to turn the power supply OFF
instantaneously. Outputs may malfunction and memory errors may
occur if the power supply voltage is decreased gradually.
• H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N:
When changing the set value during a timing operation, the output
will turn ON if the set value is changed as follows because of the
use of a constant read-in system:
Elapsed time (UP) mode: Present value ≥ Set value
Remaining time (DOWN) mode: Elapsed time ≥ Set value (The
present value is set to 0.)
When in the remaining time mode, the amount the set value is
changed is added to or subtracted from the present value.
Operation with a set value of 0 will vary with the output mode. Refer
to the timing charts on page 20.
• H5CX-B@-N:
When changing the set value during a timing operation, the output
will turn ON if the set value is changed as follows because of the
use of a constant read-in system:
1. Forecast Value Setting
When the present value ≥ the set value, OUT2 (control output)
turns ON.
When the present value ≥ the forecast value (forecast value =
set value - forecast set value), OUT1 (forecast output) turns ON.
2. Absolute Value Setting
When the present value ≥ set value 2, OUT2 (control output 2)
turns ON.
When the present value ≥ the forecast value (forecast value =
set value - forecast set value), OUT1 (control output 1) turns
ON.
When the set value is 0, the output turns ON the moment the
signal is input. The reset operation turns OFF the output.
• Do not use organic solvents (such as paint thinners or benzine),
strong alkali, or strong acids. They will damage the external finish.
• Confirm that indications are working normally, including the
backlight LED, and LCD. The indicator LEDs, LCD, and resin parts
may deteriorate more quickly depending on the application
environment, preventing normal indications. Periodic inspection
and replacement are required.
• The waterproof packing may deteriorate, shrink, or harden
depending on the application environment. Periodic inspection and
replacement are required.
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H5CX-@-N
Precautions for Correct Use
• H5CX models with a 24-VDC/12 to 24-VDC power supply use a
transformer-free power supply method in which the power supply
terminals are not isolated from the signal input terminals. If a nonisolating DC power supply is used, unwanted current paths may
occasionally burn or destroy internal components depending on
the wiring. Always check the wiring sufficiently before use.
• An inrush current of approx. 10 A will flow for a short time when the
power supply is turned ON. If the capacity of the power supply is
not sufficient, the Timer may not start. Be sure to use a power
supply with sufficient capacity.
• Maintain voltage fluctuations in the power supply within the
specified operating voltage range.
• When turning the power ON and OFF, input signal reception is
possible, unstable, or impossible as shown in the diagram below.
Power ON
supply OFF
200ms 0 to 50 ms
Input
Impossible
Unstable
5ms
Possible
0 to 500 ms
Unstable Impossible
• To allow for the startup time of peripheral devices (sensors, etc.),
the Timer starts timing operation between 200 to 250 ms after
power is turned ON. For this reason, in operations where timing
starts from power ON, the time display will actually start from 249
ms. If the set value is 249 ms or less, the time until output turns ON
will be a fixed value between 200 and 250. The present value
display will start from 250 ms. (Normal operation is possible for set
values of 250 ms or more.) In applications where a set value of 249
ms or less is required, use start timing with signal input.
• Inrush current generated by turning ON or OFF the power supply
may deteriorate contacts on the power supply circuit. Turn ON or
OFF to a device with the rated current of more than 10 A.
• Make sure that all settings are appropriate for the application.
Unexpected operation resulting in property damage or accidents
may occur if the settings are not appropriate.
• Do not leave the Timer for long periods at a high temperature with
output current in the ON state. Doing so may result in the
premature deterioration of internal components (e.g., electrolytic
capacitors).
• EEPROM is used as backup memory when the power is
interrupted. The write life of the EEPROM is 100,000 writes.
The EEPROM is written at the following times:
• When the power supply is turned OFF
• When switching from Timer/Twin Timer Selection Mode or
Function Setting Mode to Run Mode
• Dispose of the product according to local ordinances as they apply.
• Attach the front panel when using the Timer. The tabs in the middle
of each of four sides secure the front panel to the main body. To
remove the panel, widen the four tabs and pull the panel toward
you. To mount the panel, fit all four tabs correctly into the grooves
on the main body.
Tabs
Grooves
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Conformance to EN/IEC Standards
• When conforming to EMC standards, refer to the information
provided in this datasheet for cable selection and other conditions.
• This is a class A product. In residential areas it may cause radio
interference, in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures to reduce interference.
• H5CX-A@-N/-L@-N:
Basic insulation is provided between the power supply and input
terminals. (No insulation is provided between the power supply and
input terminals for the H5CX-@D-N.)
Basic insulation is provided between power supply and output
terminals, and between input and output terminals.
• H5CX-B@-N:
No insulation is provided between the power supply and input
terminals.
Basic insulation is provided between the power supply and output
terminals.
• When double insulation or reinforced insulation is required, apply
double insulation or reinforced insulation as defined in IEC 60664
that is suitable for the maximum operating voltage with clearances
or solid insulation.
• Connect the input and output terminals to devices that do not have
any exposed charged parts.
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