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power relays, a compact and small in size with high dielectric strength of 2000V. Designed applying Maximum function minimum space principles. 22 series are suitable for both 50Hz & 60Hz. Available with a contact capacity of 10 Amps. All fixed contacts powered by WERNER AFT (Anti-Fuse-Technology)

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22 series relays

  1. 1. Living Industrial PartnershipsPRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Relays 22 Series
  2. 2. 22 Series RelaysTechnical Data .................................................................................................................22/1Specifications ................................................................................................................22/2Model Number Structure ..................................................................................................22/3Model Number Selection - Blade Type ............................................................... 22/4 - 22/5Electrical Characteristics ..................................................................................................22/6Accessories & Dimensional Details .......................................................................22/7 - 22/8Internal Connections (Bottom View) ................................................................................22/9Protection & Safety Precautions .........................................................................22/10 - 22/11 22 Series Relays
  3. 3. 22 Series Relays RelaysWERNER`s 22 Series General Purpose & Power Relays represent the most complete line of state-of-the-art highperformance electrical relays, designed and manufactured to highest international industry standards. Mechanicallifetimes of up to 10 Million operations and electrical durability of up to 250,000 switching cycles under full loadmake WERNER Relays your best choice of all.Features Overview ? All models designed applying MFMS design principles (Max Function Min Space) ? All models designed applying solid modeling and finite elements design methods ? All Power Relay Series are equipped with mechanical operation status indicator ? All models design for heavy duty or even vibrating environments ? All models available for use with 50 Hz and 60 Hz cyclesHighlights ? All fixed contacts powered by WERNER AFT (Anti-Fuse-Technology) ? All Power Relays Series provide massive silver blade or pin contacts ? Power Relay Series with up to 10 Ampere Continuous Load Current ? Most models available in 6V, 12V, 24V, 110V & 220V AC or DC ? Most models available in SPDT, DPDT, 3PDT as well as 4DPT ? Up to 7 types of operation status indication available22 Series General Purpose & Power Relays by WERNER provide our highly demanding industrial customers out ofall industry verticals worldwide with the most reliable devices in the industry. Combined with the vast selection ofsockets in our 70 – 75 Product Series you will find an industrial solution exceeding your expectations whilstsatisfying youre every need and design requirement. 22 Series Relays
  4. 4. 22 Series Relays RelaysFeatures: Relays Dielectric strength 2,000V Compact and small 10A Contact Capacity. Built-in Diode models Large Capacity SPDT & DPDTApprovalsApprobations and Declaration of conformity Overvoltage category UL R III, as per EN IEC 60947-5-1 CE RoHS CCC S Demko AC Coil Ratings Rated Current (mA) Coil Resistance (Ù) Operation PropertiesVoltage AC 60Hz AC 50Hz Continuous Pickup Dropout SPDT DPDT SPDT DPDT SPDT DPDT Voltage Voltage Voltage 6V 150 150 170 170 18.8 18.8 12V 75 75 86 86 78.8 78.8 24V 37 37 42 42 300 300 48V 18 18 20.5 20.5 1,280 1,280 110% 80% 30% 110V 8.4 8.4 9.6 9.6 – 6,950 max. max. min. 120V 7.5 7.5 8.6 8.6 8,100 8,100 220V 4.1 4.1 4.7 4.7 25,892 25,892 240V 4.3 4.3 4.9 4.9 26,710 26,710 ±15% at 20°C DC Coil Ratings Rated Current (mA) Coil Resistance (Ù) Operation PropertiesVoltage SPDT DPDT SPDT DPDT Continuous Voltage Pickup Voltage Dropout Voltage 6V 128 128 47 47 12V 64 64 188 188 24V 32 32 750 750 110% max. 80% max. 10% min. 48V 18 18 2,660 2,660 110V 8 8 10,000 10,000 ±15% at 20°C Weight Model No. 22.12 & 22.22 (DPDT) 22.12 & 22.22 (DPDT) Weight (approx.) 37g 37g 22 Series Relays 22/1
  5. 5. 22 Series Relays Contact Ratings Maximum Contact Capacity Allowable Contact Power Rated Load Model Continuous Current Inductive Load Resistive Load Voltage Ind. Load Res. Load 110V AC 7A 10 A 990VA 1540VA SPDT 10A 220V AC 4.5A 7A 210W 300W 30V DC 7A 10 A 110V AC 7A 10 A 176VA 600VA DPDT 5A 220V AC 4.5A 7A 45W 90W 30V DC 7A 10 A Specifications SPDT –25 to +40°C (No freezing) Operating Temperature DPDT –25 to +40°C (No freezing) Contact Resistance – 50mÙ maximum at 5V DC, 1A Operating Humidity – 45% to 85% RH (No condensation) Insulation Resistance – 100MÙ minimum Between live and dead parts: 2,000V AC, 1 minute SPDT Between contact and coil: 2,000V AC, 1 minute Dielectric Strength DPDT Between contacts of different poles: 2,000V AC, 1 minute Between contacts of the same pole: 1,200V AC, 1 minute Damage limits: 10 to 55Hz, amplitude 0.5 mm Vibration Resistance – Operating extremes: 10 to 55Hz, amplitude 0.5 mm Damage limits: 1,000m/s² (100G) Shock Resistance – 200m/s² (20G) - SPDT & DPDT Operating extremes: 100m/s² (10G) - 3PDT & 4PDT Mechanical Durability – 50,000,000 operations minimum Electrical Durability SPDT 200,000 operations minimum (120V AC, 10A) DPDT 200,000 operations minimum (120V AC, 10A) Power Consumption SPDT AC: 1.1VA (50Hz), 1.2VA (60Hz) DC: 0.9W (approx.) DPDT AC: 1.4 VA (50 Hz), 1.2 VA (60 Hz) DC: 0.9W SPDT 20ms maximum at 20°C Operate Time DPDT 25ms maximum at 20°C SPDT 20ms maximum at 20°C Release Time DPDT 25ms maximum at 20°C – 24V DC, 30 mA Minimum Applicable Load 5V DC, 100 mA (reference value) Contact Material – Silver cadmium oxide Electrical: 1,800 operations/hour maximum Operating Frequency – Mechanical: 18,000 operations/hour maximum22/2 22 Series Relays
  6. 6. 22 Series Relays Model Number Structure - Relays Series Voltage 22 Series Relays 006 6V 012 12V 024 24V Terminal Type 048 48V 110 110V1 Blade 120 120V 220 220V 240 240V Number of Poles1 SPDT2 DPDT Coil 1 AC 2 DC Types0 Basic1 LED2 LED & Diode3 LED & Check button4 LED & Check button & Diode5 LED & RC6 LED & Check button & RC 22 Series Relays 22/3
  7. 7. 22 Series Relays Model Number Selection Model No. Terminal Appearance Types Voltage SPDT Type AC 6V 12V 24V 48V Basic 110V 120V 220V 240V 6V 12V 24V 48V LED 110V 120V 220V 240V 6V – 12V – 24V – 48V – LED & Diode 110V – 120V – 220V – 240V – 6V SPDT 12V 24V LED & 48V Blade Check button 110V 120V 220V 240V 6V – 12V – 24V – LED & 48V – Diode & 110V – Check button 120V – 220V – 240V – 6V 12V 24V DPDT 48V LED & RC 110V 120V 220V 240V 6V 12V 24V LED & 48V RC & 110V Check button 120V 220V 240V 22 Series Relays
  8. 8. 22 Series Relays Model Number Selection Model No. Model No. SPDT DPDT DC AC DC22.11.02.006 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 22 Series Relays 22/5
  9. 9. 22 Series Relays Switching Capacity 10.0 AC resistive 5.0 AC inductive 1.0 DC resistive DC inductive 0.5 0.1 1 5 10 50 100 200 300 22.11 & 22.21 22.12 & 22.22 SPDT DPDT Electrical Characteristics 20.12 & 20.22 (DPDT) AC DC 1000 500 110V AC resistive 100 10,000 operations) 50 220V AC resistive 20 220V AC inductive Life (X× 110V AC inductive 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Load Current (A) UL - Voltage Ratings Resistive General Model SPDT DPDT SPDT DPDT 240V AC 10A 7.5A 7A 6.5A 120V AC – 10A – 7.5A 30V DC 10A 10A 7A – 28V DC – – – –22/6 22 Series Relays
  10. 10. 22 Series Relays Accessories DIN Rails 5.5 DIN Rail 35-mm-wide 1000 12.50 77.02.10 12.5 25.18 31.00 3.80 35.00 12.5 35 7.5 25 10.50 1.7 41.00 51.00 77.02.10 31 DIN Rail No. Material Length Weight Width 77.02.10 Aluminum 1000 mm 200 g 374” (9mm) Socket Specification 300V, 10A Mounting Type Terminal Torque Wire Size 1 Poles 2 Poles With M3 screws - coil Up to 3.5mm² Finger-safe 0.6 to 1.0 N.m (12AWG) 72.11.01 72.12.01 M3.5 screws - contactDIN Rail Without M3 screws - coil Up to 3.5mm² Finger-safe 0.6 to 1.0 N.m (12AWG) 72.11.00 72.12.00 M3.5 screws - contact Mounting Clips 45 77.03.10 9 Mounting Clips No. Rails Width Weight 77.03.10 77.02.10 45 mm 15.2 g 22 Series Relays 22/7
  11. 11. 22 Series Relays Hold Down Springs & Clips Appearance Description Relay Suitable For DIN Suitable For Mount Socket PCB Mount Socket 22.12 & 22.22 (DPDT) Leaf Spring 22.13 & 22.23 (3PDT) 70.03.01 70.03.02 (top latch) 22.14 & 22.24 (4PDT) 22.12 & 22.22 (DPDT) 70.02.21 22.13 & 22.23 (3PDT) 70.02.31 70.02.02 Wire Spring 22.14 & 22.24 (4PDT) 70.02.41 Dimensions Blade Terminal 22.11 (SPDT) 1 6.4 35.6 max. 5 ø2.6 hole 4.7 5.4 27.5 9 13 14 0.5 14 22.12 (DPDT)22/8 22 Series Relays
  12. 12. 22 Series Relays Basic Type - Internal Connection (Bottom View)SPDT DPDT LED Type - Internal Connection (Bottom View)SPDT DPDT LED & Diode Type - Internal Connection (Bottom View)SPDT DPDT LED & RC Type - Internal Connection (Bottom View) DPDT 22 Series Relays 22/9
  13. 13. 22 Series Relays Instructions Apply rated voltage to the relay coil to ensure correct relay type. When using a power supply containing a ripple voltage, suppress the ripple factor within 6% however, a complete DC voltage is best for the coil power to make sure of stable relay operation. + Pickup voltage and dropout voltage depend on the ripple factor R – when power is supplied through a rectification circuit. Include a smoothing capacitor for better operation. Special consideration should be taken when driving an element at the Incorrect Correct same time as the relay operation for the circuit design. Leakage current (Io) TE flows through the relay coil while the relay is off. Leakage current causes coil R release failure or adversely affects the vibration resistance and shock Io resistance. It is advisable to design a circuit as shown. Connecting a diode to suppress at the back electromotive force prevents a Back emf suppressing diode high-voltage pulse which is generated when the relay coil is turned off, causing transistor to deteriorate or break, make sure the coil release time is slightly longer. To shorten the coil release time, connect a Zener diode which is slightly higher than the power voltage, between the collector and emitter of the transistor. Protection When an inrush current flows through the load, the contact may become welded. The contact ratings show maximum values, Make sure that these values are not exceeded. Contact a contact protection circuit, such as a current limiting resistor as a optional solution. This protection circuit can be used when the load impedance is smaller than the RC impedance in an AC load power circuit. R: Resistor of approximately the same resistance value as the load C: 0.1 to 1 µF This protection circuit can be used for both AC and DC load power circuits. R: Resistor of approximately the same resistance value as the load C: 0.1 to 1 µF This protection circuit can be used for DC load power circuits. Use a diode with the following ratings. Reverse withstand voltage: Power voltage of the load circuit x 10 Forward current: More than the load current. Prevents This protection circuit is very effective in arc suppression when opening the contact however, the capacitor is charged while the contacts are opened else the capacitor is discharged through the contacts, increasing the possibility of contact welding. This protection circuit is very effective in arc suppression when opening the contact however, a current flows to charge the capacitor, causing contact welding when the contacts are closed.22/10 22 Series Relays
  14. 14. 22 Series Relays Safety PrecautionsDo not drop, shock or remove the relay cover to maintain the initial characteristics.The relay cover cannot be removed from the base during normal operation.Use the relay in environments free from dust, condensation, dioxide or hydrogen sulfide.Make sure that the coil voltage does not exceed applicable coil voltage range.Prevent usage of relays in the vicinity of strong magnetic field, as that my cause in malfunctioning of relays.Failure to turn off power before wiring, installation, removal andmaintenance may cause electrical shock or fire hazard.Attention on specifications and rated values to prevent electrical shock or fire hazard.Use wires of the proper size to meet voltage and current requirements.Tighten the terminal screws on the relay socket to the proper tightening torque.Prevent using the check button as a switch.The durability of the check button is a minimum of 200 operations.It is advisable to apply a positive voltage to terminals of neighboring poles and a negative voltage to the other terminals of neighboringpoles when using DC loads on 4PDT relays to prevent the possibility of short circuits.A soldering iron of 30 to 60W would be recommended when soldering the relay terminals and the preferredtime to complete soldering is within 4 seconds approximately. 22 Series Relays 22/11
  15. 15. 22 Series Relays Terms And ConditionsPlease read this catalog before purchasing any products. Please consult your WERNER representative for any clarifications orcomments. Application ConsiderationsWERNER shall not be responsible for conformity with any regulations, codes or standards that apply to use of the products.WERNER shall provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply to theproducts in case of the customers request.Prevent use of the products for an application involving risk to life or property. Be sure that the WERNER’s products are properlyrated and installed for the overall system or equipment.WERNER shall not be responsible for the users programming of a programmable products. WarrantyWERNERs warranty represents that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year.WERNER shall not be responsible for any special loss of profit, commercial loss, indirect or consequential damages relevantto products.WERNER shall not be responsible for repair, warranty or any claims regarding the products unless WERNER’s Analysisconform that the products were properly stored, installed, handled, maintained and not a the results from accident, insufficient,abuse, misuse, natural disaster, improper installation excessive electrical supply, environmental conditions or abnormalmechanical. DisclaimersWERNER shall practice to change type/model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, however somespecifications and international certifications of the products may be changed without any notice.When in doubt, please consult with your WERNER representative to confirm actual specifications & approvals on the products.WERNER shall change product specifications and accessories at any time based on improvements and other reasons.The information in this catalog has been carefully checked. However, WERNER take no responsibilities for clerical, typographical or proofreading errors.All marks and symbols use for representation in catalogues belongs to the respective owners.Please check with WERNER representative for the available marks. Product specifications are subject to change without notice. E lec trIc Inventing Innovation Thank you for choosing WERNER products. Copyright WERNER Electric. All Right Reserved.
  16. 16. Werner Electric India (P) Ltd.No. 38, Hunsur RoadMysore 570012.T : +91 821-425 4500F : +91 821-425 4599E : info@in.wernerelectric.deW: www.wernerelectric.de