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JM1AN Datasheet(PDF) 1 Page - Nais(Matsushita Electric Works)

Part No. JM1AN
Description  COMPACT POWER RELAY FOR INDUCTIVE LOAD
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JM-RELAYS
VDE
COMPACT POWER RELAY
FOR INDUCTIVE LOAD
Slim TMP type
16
.630
26.5
1.043
30.4
1.197
Flat TMP type
28.5
1.122
31
1.220
17.2
.677
Flat TM type
mm inch
28.5
1.122
31
1.220
16.8
.661
FEATURES
• Compact, high-capacity, and resis-
tant to inductive loads
The relay is a compact 16
×30.4×26.5 mm
.630
×1.197×1.043 inch. It can control an
inductive load (cos
ϕ = 0.7) with inrush
current of 70 A and steady state current of
20 A.
• Excellent contact welding resistance
High contact pressure, a forced opening
mechanism, and a forced wiping
mechanism realizes an excellent contact
welding resistance.
• High breakdown voltage and surge
resistant relay
More than 6.4 mm .252 inch maintained
for the insulation distance between con-
tacts and coil, and the breakdown voltage
between contacts and coil is 5,000 V for 1
minute. In addition, the surge resistance
between contacts and coil is greater than
10,000 V.
• Resistant to external force
An absorber mechanism is used on the
load terminals, giving a large improve-
ment in characteristics variations caused
by the external force during FASTON
placement/removal.
• Flux resistance mechanism
The terminal area is plugged with resin to
prevent flux seepage during PCB mount-
ing. (TMP type)
• Conforms to the various safety stan-
dards
UL, CSA approved.
TÜV, VDE under application.
• The line up can support economical
mounting methods.
The relay are equipped with a drive termi-
nal (coil terminal) on one side for PCBs,
and a load terminal (tab terminal #250) on
the reverse side. The line up includes the
TM type which can be attached directly to
the PCB composing a drive circuit, and
the TMP type which supports economical
wiring. The TMP type can also be directly
attached, and a high capacity load can be
wired to the tab terminal.
SPECIFICATIONS
Contact
Coil
Characteristics
Arrangement
1 Form A
Initial contact resistance, max.
(By voltage drop 6 V DC 1 A)
30 m
(Cd free type: 100 m
Ω)
Contact material
Silver alloy
Rating
(resistive
load)
Nominal switching capacity
20 A 250 V AC
Max. switching power
5,000 VA
Max. switching voltage
250 V AC
Max. switching current
20 A
Expected
life (min.
ope.)
Mechanical (at 180 cpm)
106
Electrical
Life
(at 20 cpm)
Resistive load 20 A, 250
V AC (cos
ϕ = 1)
105
Inductive
load
Inrush 70 A, Steady
20 A (250 V AC
cos
ϕ = 0.7)
105
Inrush 80 A, Cut-off
80 A (When the
motor is locked) (250
V AC cos
ϕ = 0.7)
1.5
×103
Nominal operating power
900 mW
Max. operating speed
180 cpm
Initial insulation resistance*1
Min. 100 M
Ω (at 500 V DC)
Initial
breakdown
voltage*2
Between open
contacts
1,000 Vrms for 1 min.
Between con-
tacts
and coil
5,000 Vrms for 1 min.
Surge voltage between con-
tact and coil*3
Min. 10,000 V
Operate time*4
(at nominal voltage)(at 20
°C)
Max. 20ms (Approx. 8 ms)
Release time (without diode)*4
(at nominal voltage)(at 20
°C)
Max. 10ms (Approx. 3 ms)
Temperature rise (at 60
°C)
Max. 55
°C (Contact switching current:
20 A/voltage applied to coil: 100%V)
Shock
resistance
Functional*5
Min. 98 m/s2 {10 G}
Destructive*6
Min. 980 m/s2 {100 G}
Vibration
resistance
Functional*7
10 to 55 Hz at double
amplitude of 1.6 mm
Destructive
10 to 55 Hz at double
amplitude of 2 mm
Conditions for operation,
transport and storage*8
(Not freezing and condens-
ing at low temperature)
Ambient
temp.
–40
°C to +60°C
–40
°F to +140°F
Humidity
5 to 85% R.H.
Unit weight
Slim TMP
Approx. 28 g .99 oz
Flat TMP
Approx. 32 g 1.13 oz
Flat TM
Approx. 33 g 1.16 oz
Remarks
* Specifications will vary with foreign standards certification ratings.
*1 Measurement at same location as "Initial breakdown voltage" section
*2 Detection current: 10mA
*3 Wave is standard shock voltage of
±1.2 × 50µs according to JEC-212-1981
*4 Excluding contact bounce time
*5 Half-wave pulse of sine wave: 11ms; detection time: 10
µs
*6 Half-wave pulse of sine wave: 6ms
*7 Detection time: 10
µs
*8 Refer to 5. Conditions for operation, transport and storage mentioned in
AMBIENT ENVIRONMENT (Page 24).


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