S8VK-X - Omron
New Product
Switch Mode Power Supply
S8VK-X (60/120/240/480-W Models)
EtherNet/IP, Modbus
TCP-Compatible
Maximizing System Availability
Through the Connecting of
Equipment to IoT
• Product replacement time, output voltage, output
current, and more are acquired on the network
and can be managed all at once
• Product status can be checked on-site using the
indication monitor
• Operation possible at ambient temperatures
from -40 to 70°C
• Power Boost function at 150% (240 and 480 W)
• Side-by-side mounting possible (up to 55°C)
• UL Class 2 conformance (90 W or less)
• Complies with EN/IEC 61558-2-16
• Coated PCBs for better resistance to environment
Refer to Safety Precautions on page 20.
Recommended Noise Filter
Noise filter
S8V-NF
Listed on page 28.
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
Note: Not all combinations are possible. Refer to List of Models in Ordering Information, below.
S8VK- X@@@@@@-EIP
1
1. Power Ratings
030: 30 W
060: 60 W
090: 90 W
120: 120 W
240: 240 W
480: 480 W
2
3
2. Output voltage
05: 5 V
12: 12 V
24: 24 V
3. Indication monitor
A: With indication monitor
None: Without indication
monitor
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S8VK-X
Ordering Information
Note: For details on normal stock models, contact your nearest OMRON representative.
With Indication Monitor
Power rating
Rated input voltage
Rated output voltage (DC)
Rated output current
Maximum boost current
24 V
3.75 A
---
90 W
120 W
240 W
100 to 240 VAC
(allowable range:
85 to 264 VAC,
90 to 350 VDC)
Model number
S8VK-X09024A-EIP
24 V
5A
6A
S8VK-X12024A-EIP
24 V
10 A
15 A
S8VK-X24024A-EIP
24 V
20 A
30 A
S8VK-X48024A-EIP
Rated output voltage (DC)
Rated output current
Maximum boost current
5V
5 A *1
6A
12 V
4.5 A *2
5.4 A
S8VK-X06012-EIP
24 V
2.5 A
3A
S8VK-X06024-EIP
24 V
3.75 A
---
S8VK-X09024-EIP
480 W
Without Indication Monitor
Power rating
Rated input voltage
30 W
60 W
90 W
120 W
100 to 240 VAC
(allowable range:
85 to 264 VAC,
90 to 350 VDC)
Model number
S8VK-X03005-EIP
24 V
5A
6A
S8VK-X12024-EIP
240 W
24 V
10 A
15 A
S8VK-X24024-EIP
480 W
24 V
20 A
30 A
S8VK-X48024-EIP
*1. Output power is 25 W at rated output current.
*2. Output power is 54 W at rated output current.
Mounting Brackets (Order Separately)
Power rating
Mounting direction
Model number
30 W, 60 W
Front mounting
S82Y-VS10F
30 W, 60 W
Side mounting
S82Y-VS10S
240 W, 480 W
Front mounting
S82Y-VK10F
DIN Rail Mounting (Order Separately)
Part name
Model number
PFP-100N
Mounting Rail (Material: Aluminum)
PFP-50N
PFP-100N2
End Plate
PFP-M
Recommended EtherNet/IP Communication Cables (Order Separately)
Use an STP cable (shielded twisted pair cable) of Category 5 or above.
Part name
Manufacturer
Cable
Hitachi Metals, Ltd.
RJ45 connector
Panduit Corp.
Model number
NETSTAR-C5E SA 0.5×4P *
MPS588-C *
* We recommend use of these cables and connectors in the above combinations.
Recommended Industrial Switching Hubs (Order Separately)
Specification
Name
Industrial switching hub
2
Shape
Functions
Priority control (QoS): EtherNet/IP control
data priority
Failure detection: Broadcast storm/
LSI abnormality detection
10/100BASE-TX, Auto-Negotiation
Model number
No. of ports
Failure
detection
function
3
No
W4S1-03B
5
No
W4S1-05B
5
Yes
W4S1-05C
S8VK-X
Ratings, Characteristics, and Functions
Power rating
30 W
Rated output voltage
Item
Indication monitor
Efficiency *
Inrush current *
None
85% typ.
85% typ.
77% typ.
86% typ.
86% typ.
Single-phase, 85 to 264 VAC, 90 to 350 VDC, 265 to 300 VAC (1 second)
50/60 Hz (47 to 450 Hz)
115 VAC input
0.53 A typ.
0.99 A typ.
1.1 A typ.
230 VAC input
0.32 A typ.
0.61 A typ.
0.67 A typ.
2.5 A
--115 VAC input
0.5 mA max.
230 VAC input
1 mA max.
115 VAC input
16 A typ.
230 VAC input
32 A typ.
Rated output current
5A
4.5 A
Rated output power
25 W
54 W
60 W
Maximum boost current
6A
5.4 A
3A
Voltage adjustment range *
4.5 to 5.8V (with V. ADJ)
10.8 to 14 V (with V. ADJ)
21.6 to 28 V (with V. ADJ)
Ripple noise voltage * 100 to 240 VAC input
130 mVp-p max.
at 20 MHz of bandwidth
120 mVp-p max.
at 20 MHz of bandwidth
110 mVp-p max.
at 20 MHz of bandwidth
1000 ms max.
Input variation influence *
Output
characteristics Load variation influence *
Temperature
variation influence
Start up time *
Hold time *
0.5% max.
1.5% max.
100 to 240 VAC input
0.05%/°C max.
115 VAC input
1000 ms max.
1000 ms max.
230 VAC input
1000 ms max.
1000 ms max.
1000 ms max.
115 VAC input
45 ms typ.
20 ms typ.
20 ms typ.
230 VAC input
240 ms typ.
120 ms typ.
110 ms typ.
Overload protection
Yes, automatic reset, intermittent operation type, Refer to Overload Protection on page 8 for details.
Overvoltage protection
Yes, 130% or higher of rated output voltage, power shut off (shut off the input voltage and turn
on the input again), Refer to Overvoltage Protection on page 8 for details.
Series operation
Yes (For up to two Power Supplies; external diodes required.)
Parallel operation
Yes (For up to two Power Supplies), Refer to Parallel Operation on page 22 for details.
Output indicator
Yes (LED: Green)
Alarm indicator
Additional
functions
None
78% typ.
Power factor
Leakage current *
24 V
None
230 VAC input
Frequency *
Input
conditions
12 V
115 VAC input
Voltage range *
Input current *
60 W
5V
Indication monitor
Ethernet
communication
Yes (LED: Red)
Measurement and
display details
Refer to Communication and Indication Items on page 7 for details.
Main display
None
Measurement and
display details
Refer to Communication and Indication Items on page 7 for details.
Communication protocol EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP
Physical layer
100BASE-TX
Communication
specifications
Refer to Communication Specifications on page 8 for details.
3.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all input terminals and output terminals, all EtherNet/IP ports),
current cutoff 20 mA
Withstand voltage
2.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all input terminals and PE terminals), current cutoff 20 mA
1.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all output terminals and PE terminals), current cutoff 30 mA
Insulation
0.5 kVAC for 1 min. (between all output terminals and all EtherNet/IP ports), current cutoff 30 mA
Insulation resistance
Environment
Reliability
Construction
100 M min. (between all output terminals and all input terminals/PE terminals) at 500 VDC
100 M min. (between all EtherNet/IP ports and all input terminals) at 500 VDC
Ambient operating temperature *
-40 to 70°C (Derating is required according to the temperature. Refer to Engineering Data)
(with no condensation or icing)
Storage temperature
-40 to 85°C (with no condensation or icing)
Ambient operating humidity
95% max. (Storage humidity: 95% max.)
Vibration resistance
10 to 55 Hz, maximum 5 G, 0.42 mm half amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, ±Z directions
MTBF *
160,000 hrs typ.
Life expectancy *
10 years min.
Weight
250 g max.
Cooling fan
No
Degree of protection
IP20 by EN/IEC 60529
250 g max.
250 g max.
* Refer to Definitions of the Terms Under Ratings, Characteristics, and Functions on page 6.
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S8VK-X
Power rating
90 W
Rated output voltage
24 V
Item
Indication monitor
115 VAC input
Efficiency *
230 VAC input
Voltage range *
Input
conditions
Inrush current *
None
86% typ.
87% typ.
90% typ.
90% typ.
87% typ.
88% typ.
92% typ.
92% typ.
50/60 Hz (47 to 450 Hz)
50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz)
1.7 A typ.
1.7 A typ.
1.2 A typ.
1.2 A typ.
230 VAC input
1.0 A typ.
1.0 A typ.
0.63 A typ.
0.63 A typ.
--115 VAC input
0.5 mA max.
230 VAC input
1 mA max.
115 VAC input
16 A typ.
230 VAC input
0.9 min.
32 A typ.
Rated output current
3.75 A
5A
Rated output power
90 W
120 W
Maximum boost current
---
6A
Voltage adjustment range *
23.0 to 24.1 V
21.6 to 28 V (with V. ADJ)
Ripple noise voltage * 100 to 240 VAC input
300 mVp-p max. at 20 MHz of bandwidth
150 mVp-p max. at 20 MHz of bandwidth
Input variation influence *
0.5% max.
Output
characteristics Load variation influence *
Temperature
100 to 240 VAC input
variation influence
Start up time *
Hold time *
Additional
functions
Included
115 VAC input
Power factor
Leakage current *
24 V
None
Single-phase, 85 to 264 VAC, 90 to 350 VDC, 265 to 300 VAC (1 second)
Frequency *
Input current *
Included
120 W
1.5% max.
0.05%/°C max.
115 VAC input
1000 ms max.
1000 ms max.
230 VAC input
1000 ms max.
1000 ms max.
115 VAC input
25 ms typ.
35 ms typ.
230 VAC input
130 ms typ.
35 ms typ.
Overload protection
Yes, automatic reset, intermittent operation type, Refer to Overload Protection on page 8 for
details.
Overvoltage protection
Yes, 110% or higher of rated output voltage (90 W), 130% or higher of rated output voltage
(120 W), power shut off (shut off the input voltage and turn on the input again, Refer to
Overvoltage Protection on page 8 for details.
Series operation
Yes (For up to two Power Supplies, external diodes are required.)
Parallel operation
Yes (For up to two Power Supplies), Refer to Parallel Operation on page 22 for details.
Output indicator
Yes (LED: Green)
Alarm indicator
Indication monitor
Ethernet
communication
Yes (LED: Red)
Measurement and
display details
Refer to Communication and Indication Items on page 7 for details.
Main display
7-segment LED
(White)
Measurement and
display details
Refer to Communication and Indication Items on page 7 for details.
None
7-segment LED
(White)
None
Communication protocol EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP
Physical layer
100BASE-TX
Communication
specifications
Refer to Communication Specifications on page 8 for details.
3.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all input terminals and output terminals, all EtherNet/IP ports),
current cutoff 20 mA
Withstand voltage
2.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all input terminals and PE terminals), current cutoff 20 mA
1.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all output terminals and PE terminals), current cutoff 30 mA
Insulation
0.5 kVAC for 1 min. (between all output terminals and all EtherNet/IP ports), current cutoff 30 mA
Insulation resistance
Environment
Reliability
Construction
100 M min. (between all output terminals and all input terminals/PE terminals) at 500 VDC
100 M min. (between all EtherNet/IP ports and all input terminals) at 500 VDC
Ambient operating temperature *
-40 to 70°C (Derating is required according to the temperature. Refer to Engineering Data) (with
no condensation or icing)
Storage temperature
-40 to 85°C (with no condensation or icing)
Ambient operating humidity
95% max. (Storage humidity: 95% max.)
Vibration resistance
10 to 55 Hz, maximum 5 G, 0.42 mm half amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, ±Z directions
MTBF *
110,000 hrs typ.
Life expectancy *
10 years min.
Weight
350 g max.
Cooling fan
No
Degree of protection
IP20 by EN/IEC 60529
150,000 hrs typ.
* Refer to Definitions of the Terms Under Ratings, Characteristics, and Functions on page 6.
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110,000 hrs typ.
400 g max.
140,000 hrs typ.
S8VK-X
Power rating
240 W
Rated output voltage
Item
Indication monitor
Efficiency *
Inrush current *
92% typ.
230 VAC input
93% typ.
93% typ.
94% typ.
94% typ.
Single-phase, 85 to 264 VAC, 90 to 350 VDC, 265 to 300 VAC (1 second)
50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz)
50/60 Hz (47 to 63 Hz)
115 VAC input
2.4 A typ.
2.4 A typ.
4.6 A typ.
4.6 A typ.
230 VAC input
1.2 A typ.
1.2 A typ.
2.3 A typ.
2.3 A typ.
0.9 min.
115 VAC input
0.5 mA max.
230 VAC input
1 mA max.
115 VAC input
16 A typ.
230 VAC input
32 A typ.
Rated output current
10 A
Rated output power
240 W
480 W
Maximum boost current
15 A
30 A
20 A
Voltage adjustment range *
21.6 to 28 V (with V. ADJ)
Ripple noise voltage * 100 to 240 VAC input
140 mVp-p max. at 20 MHz of bandwidth
Input variation influence *
0.5% max.
Temperature
variation influence
Start up time *
Hold time *
None
92% typ.
Output
characteristics Load variation influence *
130 mVp-p max. at 20 MHz of bandwidth
1.5% max.
100 to 240 VAC input
0.05%/°C max.
115 VAC input
1000 ms max.
230 VAC input
1000 ms max.
1000 ms max.
115 VAC input
35 ms typ.
25 ms typ.
230 VAC input
35 ms typ.
25 ms typ.
1000 ms max.
Overload protection
Yes, automatic reset, intermittent operation type, Refer to Overload Protection on page 8 for details.
Overvoltage protection
Yes, 130% or higher of rated output voltage, power shut off (shut off the input voltage and turn
on the input again), Refer to Overvoltage Protection on page 8 for details.
Series operation
Yes (For up to two Power Supplies; external diodes required.)
Parallel operation
Yes (For up to two Power Supplies), Refer to Parallel Operation on page 22 for details.
Output indicator
Yes (LED: Green)
Alarm indicator
Additional
functions
Included
91% typ.
Power factor
Leakage current *
24 V
None
91% typ.
Frequency *
Input
conditions
Included
115 VAC input
Voltage range *
Input current *
480 W
24 V
Indication monitor
Ethernet
communication
Yes (LED: Red)
Measurement and
display details
Refer to Communication and Indication Items on page 7 for details.
Main display
7-segment LED
(White)
Measurement and
display details
Refer to Communication and Indication Items on page 7 for details.
None
7-segment LED
(White)
None
Communication protocol EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP
Physical layer
100BASE-TX
Communication
specifications
Refer to Communication Specifications on page 8 for details.
3.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all input terminals and output terminals, all EtherNet/IP ports),
Withstand voltage
Insulation
Reliability
Construction
1.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all output terminals and PE terminals), current cutoff 30 mA
0.5 kVAC for 1 min. (between all output terminals and all EtherNet/IP ports), current cutoff 30 mA
Insulation resistance
Environment
2.0 kVAC for 1 min. (between all input terminals and PE terminals), current cutoff 20 mA
100 M min. (between all output terminals and all input terminals/PE terminals) at 500 VDC
100 M min. (between all EtherNet/IP ports and all input terminals) at 500 VDC
Ambient operating temperature *
-40 to 70°C (Derating is required according to the temperature. Refer to Engineering Data) (with
no condensation or icing)
Storage temperature
-40 to 85°C (with no condensation or icing)
Ambient operating humidity
95% max. (Storage humidity: 95% max.)
Vibration resistance
10 to 55 Hz, maximum 5 G, 0.42 mm half amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, ±Z directions
MTBF *
100,000 hrs typ.
Life expectancy *
10 years min.
Weight
700 g max.
Cooling fan
No
Degree of protection
IP20 by EN/IEC 60529
130,000 hrs typ.
90,000 hrs typ.
120,000 hrs typ.
1,100 g max.
* Refer to Definitions of the Terms Under Ratings, Characteristics, and Functions on page 6.
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S8VK-X
Standards
Harmonic current
emissions
EMI
Conforms to EN 61000-3-2
Conducted
emissions
Conforms to EN 61204-3 Class B, EN 55011 Class B
Radiated
emissions
Conforms to EN 61204-3 Class B, EN 55011 Class B
EMS
Conforms to EN 61204-3 high severity levels
Safety standards
UL 508, ANSI/ISA 12.12.01 (Listing) (For 30 W, 60 W, and 90 W only Class 2 Output: Per UL 1310)
CSA C22.2 No. 107.1, CSA C22.2 No. 213 (cUL) (For 30 W, 60 W, and 90 W only Class 2 Output: Per CSA C22.2 No. 223)
UL 60950-1, UL 62368-1 (Recognition) OVC II (3000 m) Pol2 (For 30 W, 60 W, and 90 W only LPS)
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1, No. 62368-1 (cUR) OVC II (3000 m) Pol2 (For 30 W, 60 W, and 90 W only LPS)
EN 50178 OVC III (2000 m) OVC II (2000 m < and  3000 m) Pol2
EN 60950-1, EN 62368-1 OVC II (3000 m) Pol2 (For 30 W, 60 W, and 90 W only LPS)
EAC (TR CU 004 / 2011, TR CU 020 / 2011)
RCM (EN61000-6-4)
Korea Radio Waves Act (Law No. 10564)
Conforms to PELV (EN/IEC 60204-1)
Conforms to EN/IEC 61558-2-16
SEMI
Conforms to F47-0706 (200 to 240 VAC input)
Standards
• EMI (radiated emissions) conform to Class B when this Power Supply is installed in a control panel.
• EN/IEC 61558-2-16
The S8VK-X was designed based on EN/IEC 61558-2-16.
Currently, IEC 61558-2-17 has been replaced by IEC 61558-2-16.
When certification was received for EN/IEC 60204-1 (Machinery Safety), it was necessary to go through a control transformer to the control
circuits. However, a control transformer is not always necessary for product that have been certified for the safety standard for OVCIII or for
product that use a transformer that conforms to EN/IEC 61558-2-16.
• Safety Standards for a DC Input
When DC is used, UL 60950-1, UL 62368-1, cUR (CSA 22.2 No. 60950-1), cUR (CSA C22.2 No. 62368-1), EN/IEC 60950-1, EN/IEC 623681, EN 50178 and EN/IEC 61558-2-16 are applicable to safety standards.
Safety standard compliance is achievable by connecting a UL-certified fuse as specified below.
Select an external fuse that satisfies the following conditions:
S8VK-X03005-EIP, S8VK-X06012-EIP, S8VK-X06024-EIP (350 VDC or more, 6 A)
S8VK-X09024@-EIP, S8VK-X12024@-EIP, S8VK-X24024@-EIP (350 VDC or more, 8 A)
S8VK-X48024@-EIP (350 VDC or more, 12 A)
• To comply with PELV output requirements for EN/IEC 60204-1, ground the negative side of the output (-V) to a protective earth (PE).
Definitions of the Terms Under Ratings, Characteristics, and Functions
Input
conditions
Output
characteristics
Environment
Reliability
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Efficiency
The value is when both rated output voltage and rated output current are satisfied.
Voltage range
Do not use an inverter output for the product. Inverters with an output frequency of 50/60 Hz are available, but the
rise in the internal temperature of the product may result in smoking or burning. If the input is connected to a UPS,
do not connect a UPS with a square-wave output. Doing so will cause the internal temperature of the product to
increase, possibly causing smoking or burning.
Frequency
Input current
The value is when both rated output voltage and rated output current are satisfied.
Leakage current
The value is determined according to the Electrical Appliances and Material Safety Act.
Inrush current
Values for a cold start at 25°C.
Refer to Inrush Current, Startup Time, and Output Hold Time on page 7 for details.
Voltage adjustment range
If the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ) is turned, the voltage will increase by more than of the voltage adjustment
range.
When adjusting the output voltage, confirm the actual output voltage from the product and be sure that the load is
not damaged.
Ripple noise voltage
The value is when both rated output voltage and rated output current are satisfied.
A characteristic when the ambient operating temperature is 25°C.
Static input variation
influence
This is the maximum variation in the output voltage when the input voltage is gradually changed within the allowable
input voltage range at the rated output voltage and rated output current.
Load variation influence
100 to 240 VAC input, in the range of 0 A to the rated output current.
Startup time
The value is when both rated output voltage and rated output current are satisfied and at room temperature (25°C).
Refer to Inrush Current, Startup Time, and Output Hold Time on page 7 for details.
Hold time
The value is when both rated output voltage and rated output current are satisfied and at room temperature (25°C).
Refer to Inrush Current, Startup Time, and Output Hold Time on page 7 for details.
Ambient operating
temperature
At -40 to -25°C, time will be required before the rated output voltage is output after the input voltage is input. Also,
the ripple noise value may exceed the value shown in the above table.
MTBF
MTBF is calculated according to JEITA RCR-9102.
MTBF stands for Mean Time Between Failures, which is calculated according to the probability of accidental device
failures, and indicates reliability of devices.
Therefore, it does not necessarily represent a life of the product.
Life expectancy
Refer to Recommended Replacement Periods and Periodic Replacement for Preventive Maintenance on page 27 for details.
S8VK-X
Communication and Indication Items
Communication *
Indication
monitor *
Resolution
Data update
cycle
Output voltage measurement
Yes
Yes
0.1 V
5 ms
Measurement accuracy
±2% (percentage of output voltage value)
±1 digit
Output current measurement
Yes
Yes
0.1 A
5 ms
Measurement accuracy
±5% (percentage of rated output current)
±1 digit
Peak hold current measurement
Yes
Yes
0.1 A
5 ms
Measurement accuracy
±5% (percentage of rated output current)
±1 digit
Years until replacement
Yes
Yes
0.1 years
1 min
Range
0.0 to 15.0 years (communication)
FUL (Full) / HLF (Half) /
0.0 to 4.9 years (indication monitor)
Percentage until replacement
Yes
Yes
0.1%
1 min
Range
0.0 to 100%
Total run time
Yes
Yes
1 min
Range
0 to 262,800 h (communication)
0 to 263 kh (indication monitor)
Item
Communication
Indication monitor
1h
1 kh
Details
Continuous run time
Yes
None
1 min
1 min
Range
0 to 15,768,000 min
Self-diagnostics
Yes
Yes
None
None
Refer to Self-Diagnostics Function on
page 11 for details.
Product model
Yes
None
None
None
Product model is expressed in ASCII code
Serial number
Yes
None
None
None
Expressed in hexadecimal (4-byte)
Firmware version
Yes
None
None
None
Expressed in hexadecimal (2-byte)
MAC address
Yes
None
None
None
IP address
Yes
None
None
None
IP address setting method
Yes
None
None
None
None
None
Static IP address/BOOTP selection
Note: For details on the communication function and setting method, refer to the Switch Mode Power Supply S8VK-X Communication Manual
(Man. No. T213).
* Communication cycle can be set from 100 to 10,000 ms. The indication update cycle is 50 ms.
Inrush Current, Startup Time, and Output Hold Time
Input ON
Input OFF
AC input voltage
Inrush current on input application
AC input current
96.5%
90%
Output voltage
Startup time
Hold time
Note: Twice the normal inrush current will flow during parallel operation or for backup operation. Also, if crossover wiring is used for N number of
Power Supplies, an inrush current of N times the inrush current for a standalone Power Supply will flow. Therefore, check the fusing
characteristics of fuses and operating characteristics of breakers making sure that the external fuses will not burn out and the circuit breakers
will not be activated by the inrush current.
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S8VK-X
Overload Protection
Output voltage (V)
When the load current reaches 121% to 160% of the rated current for S8VK-X03005-EIP, S8VK-X06012-EIP, S8VK-X06024-EIP, and
S8VK-X12024@-EIP, 101% to 110% for S8VK-X09024@-EIP, or 151% to 165% for S8VK-X24024@-EIP and S8VK-X48024@-EIP, output voltage
is automatically lowered to protect the Power Supply from short-circuit currents and overcurrents.
When the output current falls within the rated range, the overload protection function is automatically cleared.
Intermittent
operation
0
100
Output current (%)
Note: 1. Internal parts may possibly deteriorate or be damaged if a short-circuited or overcurrent state continues during operation.
2. Internal parts may possibly deteriorate or be damaged if the Power Supply is used for applications with frequent inrush current or
overloading at the load end. Do not use the Power Supply for such applications.
Overvoltage Protection
Overvoltage will be detected to prevent the load from being subjected to excessive voltage when the feedback circuit in the Power Supply fails, etc.
If an excessive voltage that is approximately 130% of the rated output voltage (but approximately 110% of the rated output voltage for only the
S8VK-X09024@-EIP) or more is output, the output voltage is shut OFF.
Reset the input power by turning it OFF for at least three minutes and then turning it back ON again.
Note: Do not turn ON the power again until the cause of the overvoltage has been removed.
Communication Specifications
Item
CSMA/CD
Modulation system
Baseband
Topology
Star configuration
Transmission speed
100 Mbps
Transmission medium
Twisted pair cable (with shield: STP): Category 5, 5e or above
Maximum transmission distance (distance between hub
and node)
100 m
Tag data
Link
Explicit
Message
Factory default
values
8
Specification
Media access method
Class1
Possible
Connection resouce
1
No. of connected nodes
1
No. of tag sets
1
Packet interval (RPI)
100 to 10,000 ms
Time-out value
Multiple of RPI
Connection type
Point To Point Connection (fixed)
Class3
Possible
UCMM
Possible
Connection resouce
2 (Class3 server)
No. of clients for which simultaneous
UCMM communication is possible
2
IP address
192.168.250.20
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
Default gateway
0.0.0.0
IP address setting method
Static IP address
S8VK-X
Module Status and Network Status Indicators
Name
Color
Status
Lit
Green
Module status
Indicator (MS)
Flashing
Lit
Red
---
Not lit
Green/Red
Flashing
Lit
Flashing
Red
Voltage measurement abnormality, current measurement abnormality
No power supply
When power is turned ON
Connection established
Lit
Network status
Indicator (NS)
--RAM abnormality, EEPROM abnormality
Flashing
Green
Operating status
Normal
Connection not established
Multiple IP addresses
Flashing
---
Not lit
Green/Red
Flashing
Connection timeout
BOOTP server connection abnormality
No power supply
When power is turned ON
Communication Reset Function
This function temporarily resets the communication settings to their
factory default values. Use this function when the IP address
previously set is no longer known and communication is not possible.
(3) After 10 seconds have elapsed, the system shifts into the
communication reset state, and the communication setting values
temporarily reset to their factory default values.
In the communication reset state, the alarm indicator will flash in
1-second intervals. (For models with an indication monitor, the
main display and operation indicator will return to normal
operation.)
(4) In the communication reset state, reset the communication
settings from the host device.
(5) After setting, turn on the power supply once again, and confirm
that the set values have been changed.
Note: 1. After confirming that the product output indicator has turned
off, turn on the power supply once again.
2. The only way to exit the communication reset state is to
restart the power supply.
3. If you do not change the communication settings during step
(4), settings will return to their prior values once the
communication reset is ended.
Setting Method
(1) With the reset key pressed, turn on the power supply.
(2) Continue to hold the reset key for 10 seconds.
While pressed, an alarm indicator will flash in 0.5-second
intervals.
(For models with an indication monitor, the main display and
operation indicator will also repeatedly turn all indicators on and
off in 0.5-second intervals.)
Switching Indications
All indicators of the indication monitor will be lit for 1 second when power is turned on. After that, each status can be displayed using the Indication
switching key.
Before power is turned ON
(No indicators lit)
Power turned ON
888
. .
V A Apk
Yrs % kh
hot
.
During startup
(All indicators lit for approx. 1 sec.)
V
A Apk
kh
When
abnormal
(Hot, E06)
/RST
240
830
200
100
. . 100
. . 150
. .
.30
.
. .
.
/RST
V
Output voltage
(Measures and displays
the output voltage of
this product.)
/RST
A
Output current
(Measures and displays
the output current of
this product.)
/RST
Apk
Peak hold current
(Records and displays
the maximum output
current of this product.)
/RST
Yrs
Years
until replacement
/RST
V A Apk
Yrs % kh
Percentage
until replacement
/RST
kh
Total run time
Note: For the factory setting, the output voltage will be displayed when the power supply is first turned ON. Thereafter, the status before shutting
down will be displayed.
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S8VK-X
Peak Hold Current
Years until replacement
The output current maximum value is stored as the peak hold current.
(5 ms average value)
Measurement is not performed for approximately 3 seconds
immediately after the input power is turned ON.
(Indication monitor)
is indicated at the time of purchase (when initially powered on),
and continues to be indicated for approximately one month.
Afterward, the state of deterioration for the electrolytic capacitor is
calculated based on the usage environment, and
is indicated
when deterioration progresses. When the years until replacement
reaches 5 years or less, it is indicated in 0.1 step increments within
the range of 4.9 to 0.0. (Depending on the usage environment, the
number of years may be indicated after
without
being
indicated.)
(Communication)
Communication is calculated in 0.1 step increments within a range of
15.0 to 0.0.
Note: The number of years until replacement may vary if there are
frequent load variations or in locations where the ambient
temperature fluctuates drastically.
Peak Hold Curmrent Reset
When the peak hold current is displayed, it can be reset by pressing
the Reset key for 3 seconds or more.
150
. .
Peak hold current
Apk
Release
/RST
Press
800
.00
.
/RST for 3 seconds or more
Percentage until replacement
Peak hold current reset
Apk
Note: For types without an indication monitor, it is not possible to
reset the peak hold current via reset key operation.
Replacement Time Calculation Function
Electrolytic capacitor
power rating
Power
rating during
manufacture
Percentage
indication
Year indication
15.0
14.9
ful
100
99.9
hlf
………
Power
rating during
replacement
………
4.9
…
This Power Supply is equipped with electrolytic capacitors. The
electrolyte inside the electrolytic capacitors penetrates the sealing
rubber and evaporates as time passes after it is manufactured. This
causes deterioration of characteristics, such as decreasing the
capacitance. Due to this deterioration of the characteristics of the
electrolytic capacitor, this Power Supply decreases its performance
as time passes. The replacement time calculation function calculates
an approximate period left for maintenance of this Power Supply due
to deterioration of electrolytic capacitors. Use this function to know the
approximate replacement time of the Power Supply.
Note: The replacement time calculation function indicates an
approximate period left for maintenance, based on
deterioration of the electrolytic capacitors. It does not predict
failures resulting from other causes.
With the number of years until replacement at the time of manufacture
set as 100%, as deterioration of the electrolytic capacitor progresses
through use, it decreases in 0.1% step increments.
0.0
Communication
0.0
0.0
Indication
monitor
Communication
Indication
monitor
Relationship between electrolytic capacitor power rating and indicator
100%
The deterioration speed of the electrolytic capacitors varies
considerably with the ambient temperature. (Generally the speed
follows the Arrhenius Law, i.e., for every 10°C increase in the
temperature, the rate of degradation doubles.) The S8VK-X monitors
the temperature inside the Power Supply, and calculates the amount
of deterioration according to the running hours and internal
temperature.
Note: 1. Due to degradation of internal electronic parts, replace the
Power Supply approximately 15 years after purchase even
if the replacement time calculation for years and percentage
do not appear.
2. The replacement time is accelerated or decelerated
according to operating conditions. Periodically check
indication.
3. The accuracy of the replacement time calculation function
will be reduced in applications where the input power turns
ON and OFF frequently.
Percentage until replacement
Principle of Operation
30%
0%
Manufacture
15 years
Slope and replacement time
vary according to temperature
Now
4.5 years
Replacement
0 years
Years until replacement
Relationship between number of years and percentage until replacement
10
S8VK-X
Difference between Expected Life and Replacement Time
OMRON calculates the expected life based on the following
conditions.
1.Rated input voltage
2. Load rate: 50%
3. Ambient temperature: +40°C
4. Standard mounting
Note: As the values were calculated using an aluminum electrolytic
condenser temperature rise test, they are not guaranteed. Use
this data as a reference for maintenance and replacement time
calculation.
Total Run Time
The accumulated value of the product's time powered on is measured
as the total run time.
(With indication monitor)
Total run time increases in (kh) steps with use.
(Communication)
Total run time increases in (h) steps with use.
Time Chart
Total run time
The expected life span of the S8VK-X is 10 years minimum.
Also, a replacement time calculation function is included among the
functions of the S8VK-X. The replacement time is the service life (the
Power Supply's internal temperature is monitored at all times) of the
internal electrolytic capacitor in actual operating conditions, and
varies according to the customers operating conditions. 15 years is
taken as the maximum period of the maintenance forecast.
0 kh
AC input
Note: 1. The total run time does not include the time that the Power
Supply is OFF.
2. The total run time measures the total time that power is
being supplied and is not related in any way to deterioration
in the electrolytic capacitor built into the Power Supply or to
the effects of the ambient temperature.
Continuous Run Time (Communication Only)
The product's time powered on is measured as continuous run time,
and the continuous run time increases in 1 (min) steps with use.
Continuous run time will be reset when power is turned off.
Time Chart
Continuous run time
0 min
AC input
Note: 1. The continuous run time does not include the time that the
Power Supply is OFF.
2. The continuous run time measures the total time that power
is being supplied and is not related in any way to
deterioration in the electrolytic capacitor built into the Power
Supply or to the effects of the ambient temperature.
Self-Diagnostics Function
Main display
(Flashing)
(Flashing)
Alarm indicator
Status name
Details
Restoration method
Lit
Measurement
abnormality
Output voltage, output current,
etc., cannot be measured
normally due to noise
Lit
Overheating alarm
Overheated status has continued
for 1 to 180 minutes
Automatic reset.
Lit
Product overheat
abnormality
Overheated status has continued
for more than 180 minutes
Replace the Power Supply, as internal parts may be
deteriorated.
Lit
Memory error
If there is an internal memory
error, damage to data, etc., may
occur
Turn the AC input OFF then ON again.
If the Product is not reset, contact the dealer.
Automatic reset.
Note: 1. External noise is probable as a cause of
and
errors.
2. When
is displayed, indication switching is not possible.
3. Operation out of the derating curve area, ventilation errors, and incorrect mounting direction are probable as a cause of
errors.
4. Pressing the indication switching key on the
and
display screen will return to the normal display screen.
5. When
is displayed, the years/percentage until replacement will become
and
% respectively.
and
11
S8VK-X
Connections
Block Diagrams
S8VK-X03005-EIP/06012-EIP/06024-EIP
L1
L2
INPUT
N1
+V1
Fuse
250 VAC
6.3 A
HBC
+V2
Noise
filter
DC OUTPUT
-V1
-V2
N2
Rectifier
Inrush current
protection circuit
Smoothing
circuit
Drive control
circuit
Rectifier/
smoothing
circuit
Overcurrent
circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
-V3
Switch
Current
detection
circuit
Step-down
circuit
Operation
circuit
Communication
circuit
EtherNet/IP
port
Voltage
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
S8VK-X09024@-EIP
L1
L2
INPUT
N1
+V1
Fuse
250 VAC
8.0 A
HBC
+V2
Noise
filter
N2
DC OUTPUT
-V1
-V2
Only with indication monitor
Rectifier
Inrush current
protection circuit
Smoothing
circuit
Drive control
circuit
Rectifier/
smoothing
circuit
Overcurrent
circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
(S8VK-X09024A-EIP)
Indicator
circuit
Current
detection
circuit
Step-down
circuit
-V3
Switch
Operation
circuit
Communication
circuit
EtherNet/IP
port
Voltage
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
S8VK-X12024@-EIP
L1
L2
INPUT
N1
N2
+V1
Fuse
250 VAC
8.0 A
HBC
+V2
Noise
filter
DC OUTPUT
-V1
-V2
Rectifier
Harmonic
current
emissions
Inrush Smoothing
current
circuit
protection
circuit
Rectifier/
smoothing
circuit
-V3
Only with indication monitor
(S8VK-X12024A-EIP)
Indicator
circuit
Drive control
circuit
Step-down
circuit
Overcurrent
circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Current
detection
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
12
Switch
Operation
circuit
Communication
circuit
EtherNet/IP
port
S8VK-X
S8VK-X24024@-EIP
L1
L2
INPUT
N1
+V1
Fuse
250 VAC
8.0 A
HBC
+V2
Noise
filter
N2
-V1
Rectifier
Harmonic
current
emissions
Inrush
current
protection
circuit
Smoothing
circuit
Rectifier/
smoothing
circuit
Only with indication monitor
-V3
(S8VK-X24024A-EIP)
Indicator
circuit
Step-down
circuit
DC OUTPUT
-V2
Switch
Operation
circuit
Communication
circuit
EtherNet/IP
port
Drive control
circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Overcurrent
circuit
Current
detection
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
S8VK-X48024@-EIP
L1
L2
INPUT
N1
N2
+V1
Fuse
250 VAC
8.0 A
HBC
+V2
Noise
filter
-V1
Rectifier
Inrush
current
protection
circuit
Harmonic
current
emissions
Smoothing
circuit
Rectifier/
smoothing
circuit
Only with indication monitor
-V3
(S8VK-X48024A-EIP)
Indicator
circuit
Step-down
circuit
DC OUTPUT
-V2
Switch
Operation
circuit
Communication
circuit
EtherNet/IP
port
Drive control
circuit
Overcurrent
detection circuit
Overcurrent
circuit
Current
detection
circuit
Voltage
detection circuit
Overvoltage
detection circuit
Photocoupler
13
S8VK-X
Nomenclature
With Indication Monitor
90 W/120 W
240 W
480 W
S8VK-X09024A-EIP
S8VK-X12024A-EIP
S8VK-X24024A-EIP
S8VK-X48024A-EIP
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
⑪
⑫
⑭
⑮
⑯
⑱
⑲
⑬
⑰
⑪
⑫
⑭
⑮
⑯
⑱
⑬
⑲
⑪
⑫
⑭
⑮
⑯
⑱
⑬
⑲
⑰
⑰
①②③④⑤
①②③④⑤
①②③④⑤
30 W/60 W
90 W/120 W
240 W
480 W
S8VK-X03005-EIP
S8VK-X06012-EIP
S8VK-X06024-EIP
S8VK-X09024-EIP
S8VK-X12024-EIP
S8VK-X24024-EIP
S8VK-X48024-EIP
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
Without Indication Monitor
⑪
⑫
⑬
⑯
⑱
⑲
⑰
⑪
⑫
⑯
⑱
⑲
⑪
⑫
⑪
⑫
⑬
⑰
⑯
⑱
⑬
⑲
⑬
⑲
⑯
⑱
⑰
⑰
①②③④⑤
①②③④⑤
①②③④⑤
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①②③④⑤
S8VK-X
No.
Terminal
name
1
L1
2
L2
3
N1
4
N2
5
PE
6
+V1
7
+V2
8
-V1
Name
Function
Input terminals
Connect the input lines to these terminals. * 1
Protective Earth terminal (PE)
Connect the ground line to this terminal. * 2
DC Output terminals
Connect the load lines to these terminals.
9
-V2
10
-V3
11
---
Output indicator (DC ON: Green)
The green indicator indicates when a DC voltage is being output.
12
---
Alarm indicator (ALM: Red)
Lights up in red when a Power Supply abnormality occurs.
Refer to Self-Diagnostics Function on page 11 for details.
13
---
Output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ)
Use to adjust the output voltage.
14
---
Main display (white)
Displays measured values.
15
---
V
Lights up when the output voltage is indicated.
---
A
Lights up during indication of output current.
Apk
Lights up during indication of peak hold current.
-----
Operation indicator
(white)
-----
Yrs
Lights up during replacement time calculation year indication.
%
Lights up during years until replacement time indication.
kh
Lights up during percentage until replacement time indication.
Indication switching/reset key (types with indication
monitor)
Reset key (types without indication monitor)
Used to change the indicated parameter.
Used to reset the peak hold current or communication settings.
For reset methods, refer to Communication Reset Function on page 9.
Connects to EtherNet cables.
16
---
17
---
EtherNet/IP port
18
---
Module status indicator (MS)
19
---
Network status indicator (NS)
Refer to Module Status and Network Status Indicators on page 9 for details.
*1. The fuse is located on the (L) side. For a DC input, connect the positive voltage to the L terminal.
*2. This is the protective earth terminal specified in the safety standards. Always ground this terminal.
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S8VK-X
Engineering Data
Derating Curves
Horizontal separation: Less than 15 mm
120
Load ratio (%)
Load ratio (%)
Horizontal separation: 15 mm or more
100
75%
80
120
100
80
60
60
40
40
20
20
0
-40 -30 -20 -10
0
0
-40 -30 -20 -10
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
0
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80
Ambient temperature (°C)
Note: 1. 1%/V derating at less than 100 VAC
2. 0.5%/V derating at less than 140 VDC
3.
In the shaded area, time is required to reach the rated
output voltage after the input voltage is applied.
Also, the ripple noise value in this area may exceed the range
given on page 3 to 5.
Note: 1. Apply the rated voltage.
2.
In the shaded area, time is required to reach the rated
output voltage after the input voltage is applied.
Also, the ripple noise value in this area may exceed the
range given on page 3 to 5.
A: Standard mounting, mounted with side-mounting brackets (30 W,
60 W), or mounted with front-mounting brackets (30 W, 60 W,
240 W, 480 W)
B: Front, side-by-side mounting
This Power Supply can be used at an altitude of 3,000 m.
Between 2,000 and 3,000 m, derate the load according to the following derating curve.
Horizontal separation: Less than 15 mm
120
100%
100
90%
87
77%
80
75
Load ratio (%)
Load ratio (%)
Horizontal separation: 15 mm or more
120
100%
100
85%
75%
80
65%
60
60
35°C max
55°C max
40°C
40
40
60°C
65°C
20
55°C
20
70°C
0
0
0
16
500
1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500
Altitude (m)
0
500
1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500
Altitude (m)
Note: 1. 1%/V derating at less than 100 VAC
2. 0.5%/V derating at less than 140 VDC
Note: Apply the rated voltage.
A: Standard mounting, mounted with side-mounting brackets (30 W,
60 W), or mounted with front-mounting brackets (30 W, 60 W,
240 W, 480 W)
B: Front, side-by-side mounting
S8VK-X
Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Unit
S8VK-X03005-EIP (30 W)
S8VK-X06012-EIP (60 W)
S8VK-X06024-EIP (60 W)
5.4
(2.3)
90±1
86
10
78.55
Rail stopper
90±1
5.4
40±1
3.5
4.7 (Sliding: 10 max.)
The above diagram shows S8VK-X06024-EIP.
S8VK-X09024@-EIP (90 W)
S8VK-X12024@-EIP (120 W)
5.4
(2.3)
90±1
86
15
78.55
Rail stopper
90±1
5.4
55±1
4.7 (Sliding: 10 max.)
3.5
The above diagram shows S8VK-X09024A-EIP.
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S8VK-X
S8VK-X24024@-EIP (240 W)
121.4±1
38±1
5.4
(0.6)
(2.3)
117
111.4
(4)
124±1
108.8
22
Rail stopper
(0.6)
5.4
19.8
(10)
5.2
(Sliding: 8 max.)
The above diagram shows S8VK-X24024A-EIP.
S8VK-X48024@-EIP (480 W)
121.4±1
60±1
7.5
0.9
(0.6)
(2.3)
117
111.4
(4)
124±1
108.8
22
Rail stopper
The above diagram shows S8VK-X48024A-EIP.
18
5.4
19.8
(0.6)
5.2
(Sliding: 8 max.)
(10)
S8VK-X
Name
Model number
Dimensions
Appearance
41
35
25
2-4.5 dia.±0.1
Front-mounting
bracket
(For 30 W and
60 W models)
S82Y-VS10F
35±0.1
7.3
10
40
50
t = 1.0
Left-side mounting
3-4.5 dia.±0.1
Side-mounting
bracket
(For 30 W and
60 W models)
Right-side mounting
60±0.1
80
S82Y-VS10S
55±0.1
35
13
64
t = 2.0
240 W
Three locations
Mounting screw tightening
torque: 0.5 to 0.6 N·m
Front-mounting
bracket
(For 240 W and
480 W models)
480 W
Four locations
Mounting screw tightening
torque: 0.5 to 0.6 N·m
140±0.1
150
S82Y-VK10F
Be sure to use the accessory screws.
25±0.1
38
5.4
4-4.5 dia.±0.1
t = 2.0
DIN Rail Mounting (Order Separately)
Mounting Rail (Material: Aluminum)
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
7.3±0.15
4.5
35±0.3
15
25
10
25
25
1,000 (500)*
10
25
27±0.15
15 (5)*
1
* Values in parentheses are for the PFP-50N.
Mounting Rail (Material: Aluminum)
PFP-100N2
16
4.5
35±0.3 27
15
25
10
25
25
1,000
10
End Plate
25
15
24
29.2
1
1.5
10
6.2
PFP-M
M4×8
panhead
50 screw
1.8
1
1.8
35.5 35.5
11.5
10
M4 spring
washer
1.3
4.8
Note: 1. If there is a possibility that the Unit will be subject to vibration or shock, use a steel DIN Rail. Otherwise, metallic filings may result from
aluminum abrasion.
2. If the Unit may be subjected to sliding to either side, attach an End Plate (model PFP-M) on each side of the Unit.
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S8VK-X
Safety Precautions
Warning Indications
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in minor or moderate injury, or
may result in serious injury or death.
Additionally, there may be significant
property damage.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury or in
property damage.
Precautions for
Safe Use
Supplementary comments on what to
do or avoid doing, to use the product
safely.
Precautions for
Correct Use
Supplementary comments on what to
do or avoid doing, to prevent failure to
operate, malfunction or undesirable
effect on product performance.
Meaning of Product Safety Symbols
Used to warn of the risk of electric shock under
specific conditions.
Used to warn of the risk of minor injury caused
by high temperatures.
Used to indicate prohibition when there is a risk
of minor injury from electrical shock or other
source if the product is disassembled.
Used for general mandatory action precautions
for which there is no specified symbol.
Precautions for Safe Use
Ambient Operating and Storage Environments
• Store the Power Supply at a temperature of -40 to 85°C and a
humidity of 95% or less.
• To maintain performance of the replacement time calculation
functions, make sure the following conditions are satisfied for longterm storage. For storage exceeding three months, keep the
Product at a temperature of -25 to 30°C and a relative humidity of
25 to 70%.
• Do not use the Power Supply in areas outside the derating curve
as doing so may result in internal parts occasionally deteriorating
or being damaged.
• Use the Power Supply at a humidity of 95% max.
• Do not use the Power Supply in locations subject to direct sunlight.
• Do not use locations where liquids, foreign matter, or corrosive
gases may enter the interior of the Product.
Installation Environment
• Do not use the Product in locations subject to shocks or vibrations.
In particular, install the Power Supply as far away as possible from
contactors or other devices that are a vibration source.
• Install the Power Supply well away from any sources of strong,
high-frequency noise and surge.
Mounting
• Take adequate measures to ensure proper heat dissipation to
increase the long-term reliability of the Power Supply.
Be sure to allow convection in the atmosphere around devices
when mounting. Do not use in locations where the ambient
temperature exceeds the range of the derating curve.
• When cutting out holes for mounting, make sure that cuttings do
not enter the interior of the Power Supplies.
• The internal parts may occasionally deteriorate and be broken due
to adverse heat radiation. Do not loosen the screws on the Power
Supply.
*1
*1
*1
*2
!WARNING
The electrical wire may come out and an electric shock
may be caused. Insert the solid wire or ferrule straight
into the terminal block until the end touches the terminal
block.
*3
*1
!CAUTION
Minor electric shock, fire, or Product failure may
occasionally occur. Do not disassemble, modify, or
repair the Product or touch the interior of the
Product.
Minor burns may occasionally occur. Do not touch the
Product while power is being supplied or immediately
after power is turned OFF.
Minor injury due to electric shock may occasionally
occur. Do not touch the terminals while power is
being supplied.
Minor electric shock, fire, or Product failure may
occasionally occur. Do not allow any pieces of metal,
conductors, or cuttings from installation work to enter
the Power Supply.
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*1
*3
*1
*2
*1. Convection of air
*2. Vertical separation:
25 mm or more
(S8VK-X03005-EIP,
X060@@-EIP,
X09024@-EIP,
X12024@-EIP)
Vertical separation:
23 mm or more
(S8VK-X24024@-EIP,
X48024@-EIP)
*3. Horizontal separation:
15 mm or more
(Standard mounting)
Horizontal separation:
Less than 15 mm
(Front, side-by-side
mounting)
• S8VK-X can be used in combinations with a horizontal separation
of less than 15 mm (front, side-by-side mounting) only in cases of
the same model being used.
In such cases, use the product in accordance with a derating curve
with a horizontal separation of less than 15 mm.
S8VK-X
Mounting
(A) Standard (vertical)
mounting
• Use the following material for the wires after confirming the rating
of the wires in order to prevent smoking or ignition.
(B) Front, side-by-side
mounting
Recommended Wire Type
Terminal
Input
Wiring
• Connect the ground completely. A protective earthing terminal
stipulated in safety standards is used. Electric shock or malfunction
Output
may occur if the ground is not connected completely.
• Minor fire may possibly occur. Ensure that input and output
terminals are wired correctly.
• When you insert wires or insert a screwdriver into a release hole,
do not press down on the terminal block with a force of 40 N or
greater.
• Do not wire anything to the release holes.
• Do not tilt or twist a flat-blade screwdriver while it is inserted into a
release hole on the terminal block. The terminal block may be
damaged.
• Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the release holes at an angle.
The terminal block may be damaged if you insert the screwdriver
straight in.
• Do not allow the flat-blade screwdriver to fall out while it is inserted
PE
(protective
earth)
terminal
Recommended wire
gauge
Model number
S8VK-X03005-EIP,
X06012-EIP, X06024-EIP,
X09024@-EIP, X12024@-EIP
(mm2)
(AWG)
0.34 to 2.5
22 to 14
S8VK-X24024@-EIP
0.5 to 2.5
20 to 14
S8VK-X48024@-EIP
0.75 to 2.5
18 to 14
S8VK-X03005-EIP
0.75 to 2.5
18 to 14
S8VK-X06012-EIP
0.75 to 2.5
18 to 14
S8VK-X06024-EIP
0.5 to 2.5
20 to 14
S8VK-X09024@-EIP
0.5 to 2.5
20 to 14
S8VK-X12024@-EIP
0.75 to 2.5
18 to 14
S8VK-X24024@-EIP
2 to 2.5
14
S8VK-X48024@-EIP
3.5 to 6
12 to 10
S8VK-X03005-EIP,
X06012-EIP, X06024-EIP,
2 to 2.5
X09024@-EIP, X12024@-EIP,
X24024@-EIP, X48024@-EIP
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• Input crossover wiring can be used for the input side of this Power
Supply.
• Do not use crossover wiring for more than five Power Supplies,
and do not allow the steady-state current to the input terminals to
exceed 10 A. The above table gives the recommended wires for
one Power Supply.
• If you use crossover wiring for N number of Power Supplies, a
current that is N times the current for a standalone Power Supply
may flow to the input terminals.Take this into consideration when
you select wiring materials.
into a release hole.
• Do not bend a wire past its natural bending radius or pull on it with
excessive force. This may cause a wire to be broken.
• Do not insert more than one wire into each terminal insertion hole.
• Do not pre-solder the ends of the wires. Doing so will inhibit proper
connection.
• Be sure to remove the sheet covering the S8M for machining
before power-ON so that it does not interfere with heat dissipation.
• If there is a possibility of vibration or shock, please use wires and
stranded wires with ferrules.
Stripping Length
S8VK-X03005-EIP, S8VK-X06012-EIP,
S8VK-X06024-EIP, S8VK-X09024@-EIP,
S8VK-X12024@-EIP, S8VK-X24024@-EIP
: Input and output terminals
S8VK-X48024@-EIP: Input terminals
Recommended wire
gauge
Stripping length
(Ferrules not used)
0.34 to 1.5 mm2/
AWG22 to 16
8 mm
2 to 2.5 mm2/AWG14
10 mm
S8VK-X48024@-EIP: Output terminals
Recommended wire
gauge
3.5 to 6 mm2/
AWG12 to 10
Stripping length
(Ferrules not used)
15 mm
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S8VK-X
Power Boost Function
Making Positive/Negative Outputs
The boost current is a temporary current that exceeds the rated
current.
However, it should meet the following four boost current conditions.
• Time that the boost current flows: t1  10 s
• The boost current: Ip  Maximum boost current
• The average output current: Iave  Rated output current
• The time ratio of the boost current flow: Duty  30%
Duty =
t1
× 100 [%] ≤ 30%
t1 + t2
+V
+V
Load
Output current [A]
INPUT
-V
Ip: Boost current
+V
INPUT
lave: Average current
Charging a Battery
If you connect a battery as the load, install overcurrent control and
overvoltage protection circuits.
Output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ)
• The output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ.) may possibly become
damaged. Do not apply more than the required force.
• After completing output voltage adjustment, be sure that the output
power or output current does not exceed the rated output electric
power or rated output current.
Series Operation
Two Power Supplies can be connected in series.
+V
INPUT
Load
-V
+V
INPUT
-V
Note: 1. If the load is short-circuited, a reverse voltage will be
generated inside the Power Supply. If this occurs the
product may possibly deteriorate or be damaged. Always
connect a diode as shown in the figure. Select diodes with
the following ratings.
Type
Schottky Barrier diode
Dielectric strength (VRRM)
Twice the output voltage or above
Forward current (If)
Twice the rated output current or
above
Note: 2. Though Power Supplies having different specifications can
be connected in series, the current flowing through the load
must not exceed the smaller rated output current.
-V
+V
D1
INPUT
Load
-V
Load
• Do not allow the boost current to continue for more than 10
seconds. Do not allow the duty to exceed 30%. The Power Supply
may be damaged.
• Ensure that the average current of one cycle of the boost current
does not exceed the specified value. The Power Supply may be
damaged.
• Derate the load at the boost current and average output current
according to the ambient operating temperature and mounting.
-V
• Depending on the model, internal circuits may be damaged due to
startup failure when the power is turned ON if loads such as a
servomotor or operational amplifier may operate in series.
Therefore, connect bypass diodes (D1, D2) as shown in the
following figure.
+V
INPUT
D2
Load
t2
Load
0V
Rated current
t1
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• The outputs are floating outputs (i.e., the primary circuits and
secondary circuits are separated). You can therefore make
positive and negative outputs by using two Power Supplies. You
can make positive/negative outputs with any of the models.
If positive and negative outputs are used, connect Power Supplies
of the same model as in the following figure. (Combinations with
different output capacities or output voltages can be made.
However, use the lower of the two maximum rated output currents
as the current to the loads.)
-V
• Use the following information as a guide to the diode type, dialectic
strength, and current.
Type
Schottky Barrier diode
Dielectric strength (VRRM)
Twice the output voltage or above
Forward current (If)
Twice the rated output current or
above
Parallel Operation
Parallel operation is used when the output current from one Power
Supply is insufficient for the load. Power Supplies are connected in
parallel to increase the output current. Two Power Supplies can be
connected in parallel.
You must meet the following conditions to use parallel operation.
• Rated input voltage range
• Output voltage
25 V or less: (S8VK-X@@@24@-EIP)
12.5 V or less: (S8VK-X06012-EIP)
5.2 V or less: (S8VK-X03005-EIP)
• Output current per unit
100% or less of the rated output current (excluding
S8VK-X060@@-EIP and S8VK-X03005-EIP)
80% or less of the rated output current (S8VK-X060@@-EIP and
S8VK-X03005-EIP)
• Ambient temperature: -25 to 40°C
• Standard mounting.
• Horizontal separation: 15 mm or more
25 mm or more (excluding S8VK-X24024@• Vertical separation:
EIP and S8VK-X48024@-EIP)
23 mm or more (S8VK-X24024@-EIP and
S8VK-X48024@-EIP)
S8VK-X
S8VK-X
+V
INPUT
IN 1
-V
-V
S8VK-X
+V
INPUT
IN 2
-V
S8VK-X
+V
INPUT
Load
+V
IN 1
-V
S8VK-R
+V
S8VK-R
+V
INPUT
Backup operation is possible if you use two Power Supplies of the
same model.
Even if one Power Supply fails, operation can be continued with the
other Power Supply.
Make sure that the maximum load does not exceed the capacity of
one Power Supply.
Use the S8VK-R or connect external diodes.
For backup operation with 30 W, 60 W, 90 W or 120 W Power
Supplies, use the S8VK-R10. For backup operation with 240 W
Power Supplies, use the S8VK-R20.
-V
Load
S8VK-X
<Backup Operation>
Load
• Adjust the output voltage difference of each Power Supply to
50 mV or less, using the output voltage adjuster (V. ADJ).
• There is no current balancing function for S8VK-X. A high output
voltage unit may work at overcurrent state and in this situation, a
life of a Power Supply will be extremely short.After adjusting the
output voltage, confirm the output current of the Power Supplies
balances.
• During parallel operation, UL1310 Class 2 output and UL 60950-1,
UL 62368-1, EN 60950-1, and EN62368-1 LPS output are
excluded.
• For Parallel Operation, to balance the current of the each unit, the
length and thickness of each wire connected to the load and each
unit must be same as much as possible.
• If you use the output voltage may drop by several volts if the load
changes rapidly (e.g., if the load starts or is disconnected). Use the
S8VK-R or connect external diodes as shown in the figure.
For parallel operation with 30 W, 60 W, 90 W or 120 W Power
Supplies, use the S8VK-R10. For parallel operation with 240 W
Power Supplies, use the S8VK-R20.
• Do not use parallel operation when there is the possibility that the
input voltage will vary outside of the rated input range.
-V
S8VK-X
S8VK-X
+V
+V
INPUT
INPUT
IN 2
-V
-V
• Use the following information as a guide to the diode type, dialectic
strength, and current.
+V
INPUT
-V
Load
S8VK-X
S8VK-X
Type
Schottky Barrier diode
Dielectric strength (VRRM)
Twice the output voltage or above
Forward current (IF)
Twice the rated output current or
above
+V
INPUT
-V
Two phases application for Single phase models
• Use the following information as a guide to the diode type, dialectic
strength, and current.
Type
Schottky Barrier diode
Dielectric strength (VRRM)
Twice the output voltage or above
Forward current (IF)
Twice the rated output current or
above
For All Single phase Models, S8VK-X
Basically OMRON single phase power supply can be used on twophases of a 3–phase-system when some of conditions satisfy like
below.
1. The supplying voltage is below the maximum rated input.
OMRON Power supply allows the input voltage equivalent or less
than 240 VAC+10%.
Please confirm the input voltage between two lines if the input
voltage satisfies this condition before connecting.
2. The external protector is needed on N input line to secure a safety.
N line has no protection of a fuse internally.
An appropriate fuse or circuit breaker should be connected on N
input line like the following.
L1
L2
L3
PE
Power Supply
Internal
Fuse
An external
fuse or a
circuit breaker
L
N
max. 240 VAC+10%
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S8VK-X
Precautions for Correct Use
DIN Rail Mounting
30 W/60 W/90 W/120 W
To mount the Block on a DIN Rail, hook portion (A) of the Block onto
the rail and press the Block in direction (B).
240 W/480 W
To mounting on a DIN Rail, hook portion (A) of the onto the rail and
press in the (B) direction.
(A)
Connecting Stranded Wires
Use the following procedure to connect the wires to the terminal block.
1. Hold a flat-blade screwdriver at an angle and insert it into the
release hole.
The angle should be between 10° and 15°. If the flat-blade
screwdriver is inserted correctly, you will feel the spring in the
release hole.
2. With the flat-blade screwdriver still inserted into the release hole,
insert the wire into the terminal hole until it strikes the terminal
block.
3. Remove the flat-blade screwdriver from the release hole.
2
10 to 15°
(B)
To dismount the Block, pull down portion (C) with a flat-blade
screwdriver and pull out the Block.
(C)
Rail stopper
Connecting Wires to the Push-In Plus Terminal
Block
Part Names of the Terminal Block
Flat-blade screwdriver
1
3
Checking Connections
• After the insertion, pull gently on the wire to make sure that it will not
come off and the wire is securely fastened to the terminal block.
• The insulation distance is still satisfied although some of the
conductor may still be visible after being inserted into the terminal
block, even though ferrules with a conductor length of 10 mm are
used.
Removing Wires from the Push-In Plus Terminal
Block
Use the following procedure to remove wires from the terminal block.
The same method is used to remove stranded wires, solid wires, and
ferrules.
1. Hold a flat-blade screwdriver at an angle and insert it into the release
hole.
2. With the flat-blade screwdriver still inserted into the release hole,
remove the wire from the terminal insertion hole.
3. Remove the flat-blade screwdriver from the release hole.
2
Terminal
(Insertion)
hole
10 to 15°
Release hole
Connecting Wires with Ferrules and Solid Wires
Insert the solid wire or ferrule straight into the terminal block until the
end touches the terminal block.
Terminal (Insertion) hole
Release hole
Ferrules and solid wires
• If a wire is difficult to connect because it is too thin, use a flat-blade
screwdriver in the same way as when connecting stranded wire.
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Flat-blade screwdriver
1
3
S8VK-X
Recommended Ferrules and Crimping Tools
Recommended Ferrules
S8VK-X03005-EIP, X06012-EIP, X06024-EIP
S8VK-X09024@-EIP, X12024@-EIP, X24024@-EIP
: Input and Output Terminals
S8VK-X48024@-EIP: Input Terminals
Recommended Flat-blade Screwdriver
Use a flat-blade screwdriver to connect and remove wires. Use the
following flat-blade screwdriver.
The following table shows manufacturers and models as of 2015/Dec.
Side
Front
Applicable
wire
2.5 mm dia.
Recommended ferrules
Ferrule
Stripping
Conductor length (mm)
length
(Ferrules Manufactured Manufactured Manufactured
by Phoenix
(mm2) (AWG)
(mm)
used)
by Weidmuller
by Wago
Contact
0.34
0.50
0.75
8
10
AI 0,34-8
H0.34/12
FE-0.34-8N-TQ
10
12
AI 0,34-10
---
---
22
8
10
AI 0,5-8
H0.5/14
FE-0.5-8N-WH
10
12
AI 0,5-10
H0.5/16
FE-0.5-10N-WH
20
1.25/1.5
2.5
Model number
Manufacturer
ESD 0,40×2,5
Wera
Phoenix Contact
10
AI 0,75-8
H0.75/14
FE-0.75-8N-GY
10
12
AI 0,75-10
H0.75/16
FE-0.75-10N-GY
SZS 0,4×2,5
SZF 0-0,4×2,5 *
FE-1.0-8N-RD
0.4×2.5×75 302
Wiha
AEF.2,5×75
Facom
10
AI 1-8
H1.0/14
18/17
10
12
AI 1-10
H1.0/16
FE-1.0-10N-RD
8
10
AI 1,5-8
H1.5/14
FE-1.5-8N-BK
10
12
AI 1,5-10
H1.5/16
FE-1.5-10N-BK
10
12
AI 2,5-10
H2.5/16DS FE-2.5-10N-BU
17/16
14
2.5 mm
8
18
8
1/1.25
0.4 mm
CRIMPFOX6
CRIMPFOX6T-F PZ6 roto
CRIMPFOX10S
Recommended crimp tool
Variocrimp4
Note: 1. Make sure that the outer diameter of the wire is smaller than
the inner diameter of the insulating sleeve of the
recommended ferrule.
2. Make sure that the ferrule processing dimensions conform
to the following figure.
210-719
Wago
SDI 0.4×2.5×75
Weidmuller
* OMRON's exclusive purchase model XW4Z-00B is available to
order as SZF 0-0,4×2,5 (manufactured by Phoenix Contact).
Audible Noise at Power ON
<S8VK-X12024@-EIP, -X24024@-EIP, -X48024@-EIP>
A harmonic current suppression circuit is built into the Power Supply.
This circuit can create noise when the input is turned ON, but it will
last only until the internal circuits stabilize and does not indicate any
problem in the Product.
Communication
8 to 10 mm
2.8 mm max.
2.6 mm max.
S8VK-X48024-EIP: Output Terminals
Applicable
wire
Recommended ferrules
Ferrule
Stripping
Conductor length (mm)
length
(Ferrules Manufactured Manufactured Manufactured
(mm2) (AWG)
by Phoenix
(mm)
used)
by Weidmuller
by Wago
Contact
3.5
12
12
14
AI 4-12
H4.0/20D
FE-4.0-12N-GY
6
10
12
16
AI 6-12
H6.0/20
FE-6.0-12N-YE *
Recommended crimp tool
CRIMPFOX6
CRIMPFOX6T-F PZ6 roto
CRIMPFOX10S
Variocrimp4
* Use the
Variocrimp16.
Note: 1. Make sure that the outer diameter of the wire is smaller than
the inner diameter of the insulating sleeve of the
recommended ferrule.
2. Make sure that the ferrule processing dimensions conform
to the following figure.
12 mm
4 mm max.
• Communication settings are required when installing/replacing.
Set according to the S8VK-X Communication Manual (Man. No.
T213).
• For details on the EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP connection method or
cable to be used, refer to the S8VK-X Communication Manual
(Man. No. T213). This may cause a communication error to occur.
• Ensure that communication distance within the usage range.
• If performing EtherNet/IP tag data link communication (cyclic
communication) using a repeater hub, the communication load of
the network will increase, increasing the number of collisions and
making stable communication impossible.
Make sure to use switching hubs for networks using tag data links.
Communication Cables
• Do not bend a communication cable past its natural bending radius
or pull on it with excessive force. Do not place heavy objects on the
cord. This may cause a wire to be broken.
• Separate the communication cable into a high voltage and high
current power line to prevent induction noise. Additionally, avoid
parallel wiring with or using the same wire as the power line.
It is effective to separate piping and ducts.
• If no communication cable is connected, attach a dust cover.
• Depending on the ambient temperature or load ratio, the Power
Supply may get extremely hot.
In that case, minor burns may occur. Do not insert and remove
communications cables.
4 mm max.
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S8VK-X
In Case There Is No Output Voltage
The possible cause for no output voltage may be that the overload
protection or overvoltage protection has operated. The internal
protection may operate if a large amount of surge voltage, such as a
lightning inrush, is applied to the input.
In case there is no output voltage, please check the following
points before contacting us:
Checking overload protected status:
Check whether the load is in overload status or is short-circuited.
Remove the load wires when checking.
Checking overvoltage or internal protection:
Switch off the input power supply, and switch back on after at least 3
minutes have elapsed.
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S8VK-X
Period and Terms of Warranty
Warranty Period
The Power Supply warranty is valid for a period of Five years from the date of shipment from the factory.
Terms of Warranty
The warranty is valid only for the following operating conditions.
1. Average ambient operating temperature of the Power Supply: 40°C max.
2. Average load rate of 80% max.
3. Mounting method: Standard mounting
Note: The maximum ratings must be within the derating curve.
If the Power Supply fails for reasons attributable to OMRON within the above warranty period, OMRON will repair or replace the faulty part of the
Power Supply at the place of purchase or the place where the Power Supply delivered without charge.
This warranty does not cover the following types of failures.
(1) Failures that result from handling or operation of the Power Supply under conditions or in environments that are not given in this document
and not given in any other specifications exchanged between OMRON and the customer
(2) Failures that originate in causes other than the delivered product itself
(3) Failures caused by disassembly, modification, or repair of the Power Supply by anyone other than OMRON
(4) Failures caused by applications or uses for which the Power Supply was not originally intended.
(5) Failures caused by factors that could not be anticipated with the scientific or technical knowledge available when the Power Supply was
shipped.
(6) Failures caused by other causes for which OMRON is not responsible, such as natural disasters and other acts of God.
This warranty is limited to the individual Power Supply that was delivered and does not cover any secondary, subsequent, or related damages.
Recommended Replacement Periods and Periodic Replacement for
Preventive Maintenance
The recommended replacement period for preventive maintenance is greatly influenced by the application environment of the Power Supply. As
a guideline, the recommended replacement period is 7 to 10 years.*
S8VK-X is equipped with a replacement time calculation function, and the approximate number of years until replacement based on the ambient
temperature and load rate can be checked via indicator (types with indication monitors only) or communication.
To prevent failures or accidents that can be caused by using a Power Supply beyond its service live, we recommend that you replace the Power
Supply as early as possible within the recommended replacement period.
However, bear in mind that the recommended replacement period is for reference only and does not guarantee the life of the Power Supply.
Many electronic components are used in the Power Supply and the Power Supply depends on the correct operation of these components to
achieve the original Power Supply functions and performance. However, the influence of the ambient temperature on aluminum electrolytic
capacitors is large, and the service life is reduced by half for each 10°C rise in temperature (Arrhenius law). When the capacity reduction life of the
electrolytic capacitor is reached, the Power Supply failures or accidents may occur. We therefore recommend that you replace the Power Supply
periodically to minimize product failures or accidents in advance.
* The recommended replacement period applies under the following conditions: rated input voltage, load rate of 50% max., ambient temperature
of 40°C max., and the standard mounting method.
This product model is designed with a service life of 10 years minimum under the above conditions.
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Noise Filter
S8V-NF (Single-phase 250 V 3 A / 6 A Type)
DIN Rail Mounting Type Ideal for Control Panels
Featuring a Slim Design that Saves Space
Push-In Connections for Safe and Easy Wiring
• 150 kHz to 1 MHz high attenuation
• Operation possible at ambient temperatures from -40 to 85°C
• Complies with RoHS directives
• Certification for 3,000 m altitude (UL/EN 60939)
• Five years Warranty *1
*1. Refer to “Period and Terms of Warranty” on page 36 for details.
! Refer to “Safety Precautions” on page 33.
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
Note: Not all combinations are possible. Refer to List of Model number in Ordering Information, below.
S8V-NF S 2 @@
1 2
3
1. Input type
S: Single-phase AC/DC
2. Rated voltage
2: 250 VAC/250 VDC
3. Rated current
03: 3 A
06: 6 A
Ordering Information
Note: For details on normal stock models, contact your nearest OMRON representative.
Rated voltage
250 VAC
250 VDC
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Rated current
Model number
3A
S8V-NFS203
6A
S8V-NFS206
S8V-NF
Ratings and Characteristics
Item
Rated current
Rated voltage
Leakage current
DC resistance
I/O
Attenuation
characteristics
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Ambient operating temperature
Derating start temperature
Storage temperature
Environment
Ambient operating humidity
Vibration resistance
Shock resistance
Weight
Construction
Degree of protection
3A
6A
Single-phase 250 VAC 50/60 Hz *1, 250 VDC
1.0 mA max. (250 VAC/60 Hz)
110 m max.
25 dB min. (Common Mode: 0.1 to 10 MHz, Normal Mode: 0.2 to 30 MHz)
2.5 kVAC for 1 min. (between line and ground), current cutoff 10 mA
100 M min. (500 VDC, 1 min.)
-40 to 85°C (Derating is required. Refer to Engineering Data) (with no condensation or icing)
+85°C
+60°C
-40 to 85°C (with no condensation or icing)
95% (Storage humidity: 95% max.)
10 to 55 Hz, maximum 5 G, 0.42 mm half amplitude for 2 h each in X, Y, and Z directions
150 m/s2, 3 times each in ±X, ±Y, ±Z directions
140 g max.
IP20 by EN/IEC 60529
UL 60939 (Recognition) OVC III (3000 m) Pol2
CSA C22.2 No.8
Standards
Safety standards
EN 60939 OVC III (3000 m) Pol2
ENEC *2
EAC (TR CU 004 / 2011)
*1. If the input is connected to a UPS, do not connect a UPS with a square-wave output. Doing so will cause the internal temperature of the product
to increase, possibly causing smoking or damage.
*2. ENEC is a certification that makes product distribution to EU member countries, EFTA (European Free Trade Association) member countries,
and Eastern European countries possible.
Connections
Circuit Diagram
L1
S8V-NFS203
S8V-NFS206
L’1
L(+)
L’(+)
L2
L’2
LINE
LOAD
N’1
N1
N’(–)
N(–)
N2
N’2
NC
Construction and Nomenclature
Nomenclature
S8V-NFS203, S8V-NFS206
①②③④⑤
⑥⑦⑧⑨⑩
No.
Terminal name
1
L1
2
L2
3
N1
4
N2
5
NC
6
L’1
7
L’2
8
N’1
9
N’2
10
PE
Name
Function
Line terminals
Connect the input lines to these terminals. *1
No connection
Do not wire.
Load terminals
Connect the output lines to these terminals.
*1
Protective Earth terminal (PE) Connect the ground line to this terminal. *2
*1. Wiring is generally laid out so that the line terminal is connected to the input side and the load terminal
is connected to the output side, though use in the opposite direction is also possible.
Note that if the input and output are wired in reverse, the appropriate attenuation characteristics may
not be obtained.
*2. This is the protective earth terminal specified in the safety standards. Always ground this terminal.
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Engineering Data
Derating Curves
S8V-NFS206
120
Load ratio (%)
Load ratio (%)
S8V-NFS203
100
120
100
80
80
60
60
40
40
20
20
50%
0
-40 -30 -20 -10
0
-40 -30 -20 -10
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Operating temperature (°C)
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
Operating temperature (°C)
Note: If using at an altitude of 2000 m to 3000 m, multiply the above
derating curve by 0.8 to reduce the load. (Does not apply for
face-up mounting)
Note: If using at an altitude of 2000 m to 3000 m, multiply the above
derating curve by 0.8 to reduce the load. (Does not apply for
face-up mounting)
Attenuation Frequency Characteristics (Typical example)
S8V-NFS203
S8V-NFS206
0
0
10
10
20
20
30
Attenuation (dB)
Attenuation (dB)
30
Common mode
40
50
60
70
Common mode
40
50
60
70
Normal mode
80
90
90
100
100
1
0.1
Normal mode
80
10
100
0.1
1
Frequency (MHz)
10
100
Frequency (MHz)
The above characteristics are data acquired by the following measurement circuits.
Normal mode
Measuring device
50 Ω
SG
Balun
50 Ω
Balun
SG
Signal generator
50 Ω
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50 Ω
Measuring device
Power distributor
Signal generator
S8V-NF
Common mode
50 Ω
Note: The noise filter attenuation characteristics are measured under a constant I/O impedance of 50 . When used attached to actual equipment,
the power line impedance varies depending on the wiring method. Therefore, attenuation characteristics may not match those listed in the
catalog.
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Dimensions
(Unit: mm)
S8V-NFS203
S8V-NFS206
90 ±1
(1.2)
5.4
78.55
86
90 ±1
3.5
4.7
(Sliding: 10 max.)
5.4
32 ±1
Rail Stopper
Mounting Brackets
Name
Model number
Front-mounting bracket
S82Y-VS10F
Side-mounting bracket
S82Y-VS10S
Name
Model number
Dimensions
Appearance
41
Front-mounting
bracket
35
25
4.5 dia.±0.1
S82Y-VS10F
35±0.1
7.3
10
40
50
t = 1.0
Left-side mounting
4.5 dia.±0.1
60±0.1
80
Side-mounting
bracket
Right-side mounting
S82Y-VS10S
55±0.1
35
13
64
t = 2.0
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DIN Rails (Order Separately)
(Unit: mm)
Mounting Rail (Material: Aluminum)
PFP-100N
PFP-50N
7.3±0.15
4.5
35±0.3
15
25
10
25
25
1,000 (500) *
10
27±0.15
15 (5) *
25
1
* Values in parentheses are for the PFP-50N.
Mounting Rail (Material: Aluminum)
PFP-100N2
16
4.5
35±0.3 27
15
25
10
25
25
1,000
10
25
End Plate
24
15
29.2
1
1.5
10
PFP-M
6.2
M4×8
panhead
screw
50
1.8
1
1.8
35.5 35.5
11.5
10
M4 spring washer
1.3
4.8
Note: If there is a possibility that the Unit will be subject to vibration or shock, use a steel DIN Rail. Otherwise, metallic filings may result from
aluminum abrasion.
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Safety Precautions
Warning Indications
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in minor or moderate injury, or
may result in serious injury or death.
Additionally, there may be significant
property damage.
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury or in
property damage.
Precautions for
Safe Use
Supplementary comments on what to do
or avoid doing, to use the product safely.
Precautions for
Correct Use
Supplementary comments on what to
do or avoid doing, to prevent failure to
operate, malfunction or undesirable
effect on product performance.
Meaning of Product Safety Symbols
Precautions for Safe Use
Installation Environment
• Do not use the product in locations subject to shocks or vibrations.
In particular, install the product as far away as possible from
contactors or other devices that are a vibration source.
• Install the product well away from any sources of strong, highfrequency noise and surge.
Ambient Operating and Storage Environments
• Store the product at a temperature of -40 to 85°C and a humidity
of 95% or less.
• Do not use the product in areas outside the derating curve
otherwise, internal parts may occasionally deteriorate or be
damaged.
• Use the product at a humidity of 95% max.
• Do not use the product in locations subject to direct sunlight.
• Do not use locations where liquids, foreign matter, or corrosive
Used to warn of the risk of electric shock under
specific conditions.
gases may enter the interior of the product.
Mounting
Used to warn of the risk of minor injury caused by
high temperatures.
Used to indicate prohibition when there is a risk of
minor injury from electrical shock or other source
if the product is disassembled.
• Take adequate measures to ensure proper heat dissipation to
increase the long-term reliability of the product. Be sure to allow
convection in the atmosphere around devices when mounting. Do
not use in locations where the ambient temperature exceeds the
range of the derating curve.
• When cutting out holes for mounting, make sure that cuttings do
not enter the interior of the product.
Used for general mandatory action precautions
for which there is no specified symbol.
*1
*2
!WARNING
The electrical wire may come out and an electric
shock may be caused. Insert the solid wire or
ferrule straight into the terminal block until the
end touches the terminal block.
*1. Convection of air
*2. Vertical separation: 25 mm
or more
*1
*2
!CAUTION
Minor electric shock, fire, or product failure may
occasionally occur. Do not disassemble, modify, or
repair the product or touch the interior of the product.
(A) Standard (Vertical)
mounting
(B) Face-up mounting
(C) Front, Side-by-side
mounting
Minor burns may occasionally occur. Do not
touch the product while power is being supplied
or immediately after power is turned OFF.
Minor injury due to electric shock may
occasionally occur. Do not touch the terminals
while power is being supplied.
Note: Horizontal separation
(A), (B): 15 mm or more
(C)
: 0 mm or more and 15 mm or less.
Minor electric shock, fire, or product failure may
occasionally occur. Do not allow any pieces of
metal, conductors, or cuttings from installation
work to enter the product.
Fire or product failure may occasionally occur.
Do not use on the secondary side (output side) of
inverters, etc.
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Wiring
• Connect the ground completely. A protective earthing terminal
stipulated in safety standards is used. Electric shock or malfunction
may occur if the ground is not connected completely.
• When you insert wires or insert a screwdriver into a release hole, do
not press down on the terminal block with a force of 40 N or greater.
• Do not wire anything to the release holes.
• Do not tilt or twist a flat-blade screwdriver while it is inserted into a
release hole on the terminal block. The terminal block may be
damaged.
• Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the release holes at an angle.
The terminal block may be damaged if you insert the screwdriver
straight in.
• Do not allow the flat-blade screwdriver to fall out while it is inserted
into a release hole.
• Do not bend a wire past its natural bending radius or pull on it with
excessive force. This may cause a wire to be broken.
• Do not insert more than one wire into each terminal insertion hole.
• Do not pre-solder the ends of the wires. Doing so will inhibit proper
connection.
• Be sure to remove the sheet covering the product for machining
before power-ON so that it does not interfere with heat dissipation.
• If there is a possibility of vibration or shock, please use wires and
stranded wires with ferrules.
• To prevent wiring materials from ignition or smoking, confirm wire
ratings and use the wiring materials given in the following table.
Terminal
I/O terminals
PE (protective
earth) terminal
Model number
Recommended wire gauge
(mm2)
(AWG)
S8V-NFS203
0.5 to 2.5
20 to 14
S8V-NFS206
0.75 to 2.5
18 to 14
S8V-NFS203
S8V-NFS206
2 to 2.5
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Precautions for Correct Use
DIN Rail Mounting
To mount the Block on a DIN Rail, hook portion (A) of the Block onto
the rail and press the Block in direction (B).
(A)
(B)
To dismount the Block, pull down portion (C) with a flat-blade
screwdriver and pull out the Block.
(C)
Rail stopper
Connecting Wires to the Push-In Plus Terminal Block
Part Names of the Terminal Block
Terminal
(Insertion) hole
Release hole
Connecting Wires with Ferrules and Solid Wires
Insert the solid wire or ferrule straight into the terminal block until the
end touches the terminal block.
Terminal
(Insertion) hole
• Crossover wiring can be used for this product.
• However, do not allow the total steady-state current to terminals to
exceed 10 A.
The above table gives the recommended wires for one product.
• When using crossover wiring, select wiring materials suitable for
the total current that will flow to terminals.
Stripping length
Release hole
Stripping length
(Ferrules not used)
Recommended Wire
0.34 to 1.5 mm2/AWG20 to 16
8 mm
2 to 2.5 mm2/AWG14
10 mm
Ferrules and
solid wires
• If a wire is difficult to connect because it is too thin, use a flat-blade
screwdriver in the same way as when connecting stranded wire.
Connecting Stranded Wires
Use the following procedure to connect the wires to the terminal block.
1. Hold a flat-blade screwdriver at an angle and insert it into the
release hole.
The angle should be between 10° and 15°. If the flat-blade
screwdriver is inserted correctly, you will feel the spring in the
release hole.
2. With the flat-blade screwdriver still inserted into the release hole,
insert the wire into the terminal hole until it strikes the terminal
block.
3. Remove the flat-blade screwdriver from the release hole.
2
10 to 15°
Flat-blade screwdriver
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Checking Connections
• After the insertion, pull gently on the wire to make sure that it will not
come off and the wire is securely fastened to the terminal block
• If you use a ferrule with a conductor length of 10 mm, part of the
conductor may be visible after the ferrule is inserted into the
terminal block, but the product insulation distance will still be
satisfied.
Removing Wires from the Push-In Plus Terminal Block
Use the following procedure to remove wires from the terminal block.
The same method is used to remove stranded wires, solid wires, and
ferrules.
1. Hold a flat-blade screwdriver at an angle and insert it into the release
hole.
2. With the flat-blade screwdriver still inserted into the release hole,
remove the wire from the terminal insertion hole.
3. Remove the flat-blade screwdriver from the release hole.
Recommended Ferrules and Crimping Tools
Recommended Ferrules
Applicable
wire
Recommended ferrules
Ferrule
Stripping
Conductor length (mm)
length
(Ferrules Manufactured Manufactured Manufactured
(mm2) (AWG)
by Phoenix
(mm)
used)
by Weidmuller
by Wago
Contact
0.50
0.75
1/1.25
1.25/1.5
8
10
AI 0,5-8
H0.5/14
FE-0.5-8N-WH
10
12
AI 0,5-10
H0.5/16
FE-0.5-10N-WH
20
8
10
AI 0,75-8
H0.75/14
FE-0.75-8N-GY
10
12
AI 0,75-10
H0.75/16
FE-0.75-10N-GY
8
10
AI 1-8
H1.0/14
FE-1.0-8N-RD
18
18/17
10
12
AI 1-10
H1.0/16
FE-1.0-10N-RD
8
10
AI 1,5-8
H1.5/14
FE-1.5-8N-BK
10
12
AI 1,5-10
H1.5/16
FE-1.5-10N-BK
10
12
AI 2,5-10
H2.5/16DS FE-2.5-10N-BU
17/16
2.5
14
2
Recommended crimp tool
10 to 15°
Flat-blade screwdriver
CRIMPFOX6
CRIMPFOX6T-F PZ6 roto
CRIMPFOX10S
1
3
Variocrimp4
Note: 1. Make sure that the outer diameter of the wire is smaller than
the inner diameter of the insulating sleeve of the
recommended ferrule.
2. Make sure that the ferrule processing dimensions conform
to the following figure.
8 to 10mm
2.6 mm max.
2.8 mm max.
Recommended Flat-blade Screwdriver
Use a flat-blade screwdriver to connect and remove wires. Use the
following flat-blade screwdriver.
The following table shows manufacturers and models as of 2015/Dec.
Side
Front
2.5 mm dia.
0.4 mm
2.5 mm
Model number
Manufacturer
ESD 0,40×2,5
Wera
SZS 0,4×2,5
SZF 0-0,4×2,5 *
Phoenix Contact
0.4×2.5×75 302
Wiha
AEF.2,5×75
Facom
210-719
Wago
SDI 0.4×2.5×75
Weidmuller
* OMRON’s exclusive purchase model XW4Z-00B is available to
order as SZF 0-0,4×2,5 (manufactured by Phoenix Contact).
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Period and Terms of Warranty
Warranty Period
The product warranty is valid for a period of five years from the date of shipment from the factory.
Terms of Warranty
The warranty is valid only for the following operating conditions.
1. Average ambient operating temperature of the product: 40°C max. (See note.)
2. Average load rate of 80% max. (See note.)
3. Mounting method: Standard mounting
Note: The maximum ratings must be within the derating curve.
If the product fails for reasons attributable to OMRON within the above warranty period, OMRON will repair or replace the faulty part of the product
at the place of purchase or the place where the product delivered without charge.
This warranty does not cover the following types of failures.
(1) Failures that result from handling or operation of the product under conditions or in environments that are not given in this document and not
given in any other specifications exchanged between OMRON and the customer
(2) Failures that originate in causes other than the delivered product itself
(3) Failures caused by disassembly, modification, or repair of the product by anyone other than OMRON
(4) Failures caused by applications or uses for which the product was not originally intended.
(5) Failures caused by factors that could not be anticipated with the scientific or technical knowledge available when the product was shipped.
(6) Failures caused by other causes for which OMRON is not responsible, such as natural disasters and other acts of God.
This warranty is limited to the individual product that was delivered and does not cover any secondary, subsequent, or related damages.
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