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Nominal coil voltage (DC)
1.5, 3, 4.5, 5, 6, 9, 12, 24 V
Contact arrangement
1: 1 Form C
HY 1
Sensitivity
Nil:
Z:
High sensitivity 150 mW
Standard 200 mW
Note: In case of 5 V drive circuit, it is recommended to use 4.5 V type relay.
HY RELAYS
Non-polarized 1 Form C
relay that realizes nominal
operating power of 150 mW
FEATURES
1. Nominal operating power:
High sensitivity of 150mW (Single
side stable type)
A nominal operating power of 150 mW
(minimum operating power of 84 mW)
has been achieved.
2. The use of gold-clad twin contacts
ensures high contact reliability
3. Sealed construction
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
1. Telecommunications equipment
2. Security equipment
3. Test and Measurement equipment
4. Consumer electronic and Audio
visual equipment
TYPES
ORDERING INFORMATION
Contact
arrangement Nominal coil voltage
150
mW type
200
mW type
Part No. Part No.
1
Form C
1
.
5
V DC HY
1
-
1
.
5
V HY
1
Z-
1
.
5
V
3
V DC HY
1
-
3
V HY
1
Z-
3
V
4
.
5
V DC HY
1
-
4
.
5
V HY
1
Z-
4
.
5
V
5
V DC HY
1
-
5
V HY
1
Z-
5
V
6
V DC HY
1
-
6
V HY
1
Z-
6
V
9
V DC HY
1
-
9
V HY
1
Z-
9
V
12
V DC HY
1
-
12
V HY
1
Z-
12
V
24
V DC HY
1
-
24
V HY
1
Z-
24
V
Standard packing: Tube: 50 pcs.; Case: 2,000 pcs.
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RATING
1.Coil data
Operating characteristics such as ‘Operate voltage’ and ‘Release voltage’ are influenced by mounting conditions, ambient temperature,
etc.Therefore, please use the relay within ± 5% of rated coil voltage.
•‘Initial’ means the condition of products at the time of delivery.
Contact
arrangement
Nominal coil
voltage
Pick-up voltage
(at
20
°C
68
°F)
Drop-out voltage
(at
20
°C
68
°F)
Nominal operating
current
10
%] (at
20
°C
68
°F)
Coil resistance
10
%] (at
20
°C
68
°F)
Nominal
operating
power
Max. applied
voltage
(at
70
°C
158
°F)
1
Form C
1
.
5
V DC
75
%V or less of
nominal voltage
(Initial)
10
%V or more of
nominal voltage
(Initial)
100
mA
15
Ω
150
mW
140
%V of
nominal voltage
3
V DC
50
mA
60
Ω
4
.
5
V DC
33
.
3
mA
135
Ω
5
V DC
30
mA
166
Ω
6
V DC
25
mA
240
Ω
9
V DC
16
.
7
mA
540
Ω
12
V DC
12
.
5
mA
960
Ω
24
V DC
6
.
25
mA
3
,
840
Ω
1
.
5
V DC
75
%V or less of
nominal voltage
(Initial)
10
%V or more of
nominal voltage
(Initial)
133
.
3
mA
11
.
25
Ω
200
mW
120
%V of
nominal voltage
3
V DC
66
.
7
mA
45
Ω
4
.
5
V DC
44
.
5
mA
101
.
2
Ω
5
V DC
40
mA
125
Ω
6
V DC
33
.
3
mA
180
Ω
9
V DC
22
.
2
mA
405
Ω
12
V DC
16
.
7
mA
720
Ω
24
V DC
8
.
3
mA
2
,
880
Ω
2.Specifications
Characteristics Item Specifications
Contact
Arrangement
1
Form C
Initial contact resistance, max. Max.
100
mΩ (By voltage drop
6
V DC
1
A)
Contact material Ag + Au clad
Rating
Nominal switching capacity
1
A
30
V DC (resistive load)
Max. switching power
30
W (DC) (resistive load)
Max. switching voltage
60
V DC
Max. carrying current
2
A
Max. switching current
1
A (
30
V DC)
Min. switching capacity (Reference value)*
1
1
mA
1
V DC
Nominal operating power
150
/
200
mW
Electrical
characteristics
Insulation resistance (Initial) Min.
100
MΩ (at
500
V DC)
Measurement at same location as “Initial breakdown voltage” section.
Breakdown voltage
(Initial)
Between open
contacts
500
Vrms for
1
min. (Detection current:
10
mA)
Between contact and
coil
1
,
000
Vrms for
1
min. (Detection current:
10
mA)
Temperature rise (at
20
°C
68
°F) Max.
50
°C
(By resistive method, nominal coil voltage applied to the coil, nominal switching capacity.)
Operate time [Set time] (at
20
°C
68
°F) …Max.
5
ms (Nominal coil voltage applied to the coil, excluding contact bounce time.)
Release time [Reset time] (at
20
°C
68
°F) Max.
4
ms (Nominal coil voltage applied to the coil, excluding contact bounce time.)
(without diode)
Mechanical
characteristics
Shock resistance Functional Min.
98
m/s
2
(Half-wave pulse of sine wave:
11
ms; detection time:
10
µs.)
Destructive Min.
980
m/s
2
(Half-wave pulse of sine wave:
6
ms.)
Vibration resistance Functional
10
to
55
Hz at double amplitude of
1
mm (Detection time:
10
µs.)
Destructive
10
to
55
Hz at double amplitude of
2
mm
Expected life Mechanical Min.
107
(at
180
cpm)
Electrical Min.
105
(
1
A
30
V DC resistive) (at
20
cpm)
Conditions
Conditions for operation, transport and
storage*
2
Ambient temperature: -
40
°C to +
70
°C -
40
°F to +
158
°F
Humidity:
5
to
85
% R.H. (Not freezing and condensing at low temperature)
Max. operating speed (at rated load)
20
cpm
Unit weight Approx.
1
.
8
g .
063
oz
Notes: *1 This value can change due to the switching frequency, environmental conditions, and desired reliability level, therefore it is recommended to check this with the actual load.
*2 Refer to 6. Conditions for operation, transport and storage mentioned in AMBIENT ENVIRONMENT.
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REFERENCE DATA
1. Maximum switching power 2. Life curve 3. Mechanical life
Tested sample: HY1Z-12V, 10 pcs.
Ambient temperature: 20°C to 25°C 68°F to 77°F
Contact voltage, V
Contact current, A
DC resistive
AC resistive
0.2
0.5
1.0
2.0
5.0
0.110 30 60 100 300
10
20
30
50
100
200
300
0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4
Switching current, A
Life, ×104
100 V AC
resistive load
30 V DC
resistive load
No. of operations, ×104
Ratio against the rated voltage, %V
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
10 100
1,000 2,000
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Drop-out voltage
Pick-up voltage
5-(1). Coil temperature rise
(150 mW high sensitivity type)
Tested sample: HY1-9V, 5 pcs.
Ambient temperature:24°C 75°F
5-(2). Coil temperature rise
(200 mW Standard type)
Tested sample: HY1Z-12V, 5 pcs.
Ambient temperature: 23°C 74°F
6. Operate/release time characteristics
Tested sample: HY1Z-12V, 5 pcs.
Ambient temperature: 25°C 77°F
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
80 100 120 140 160 180
0A
1A
Coil applied voltage, %V
Coil temperature rise, °C
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
80 100 120 140 160 180
0A
1A
Coil applied voltage, %V
Coil temperature rise, °C
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
Coil applied voltage, %V
Operate/release time, ms
Operate time
Release time
x
x
0
2
1
3
80 100 120
7. Distribution of pick-up and drop-out voltages
Tested sample: HY1-12V, 50 pcs.
Ambient temperature: 23°C 74°F
8. Distribution of contact resistance
Tested sample: HY1-12V, 50 pcs.
N.C. side N.O. side
9. Malfunction shock
Tested sample: HY1Z-12V, 6 pcs.
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
30 40
N.C. side
N.O. side
Contact resistance mΩ
Quantity
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Quantity
Pick-up/drop-out voltage, V
Drop-out voltage
Pick-up voltage
Y’
X Z
Z’ X’
980m/s2
980m/s2
980m/s2
980m/s2980m/s 2
980m/s2
X’X
Z’
Y
Y’
ZYDeenergized condition
Energized condition
4. Electrical life
Tested sample: HY1-12V, 6 pcs.
Condition: 1 A 30 V DC resistive load, 30 cpm
Change of pick-up and drop-out voltage Change of contact resistance
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
10 20
No. of operations, ×104
Drop-out voltage
Pick-up voltage
Ratio against the rated voltage, %V
Contact resistance, mΩ
No. of operations, ×104
2010
80
60
40
20
0
Min.
Max.
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0.5
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0.5
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NO
1
10 9 6
2 5
COM
5
85
Avoid icing
when used at
temperatures
lower than 0
Avoid con-
densation when
used at tem-
peratures higher
than 0
0 70-40
Humidity (%RH)
Allowable range
Temperature(
°C)
DIMENSIONS (mm inch)
External dimensions
General tolerance: ±0.3 ±.012
Tolerance: ±0.1 ±.004
PC board pattern (Bottom view)
Schematic (Bottom view)
NOTE
1. Packing style
1) As shown in the diagram below, the relays are presented
in tube packages with pins 1 and 10 on the left. Be sure to
maintain relays in the correct orientation when mounting on
PC boards.
Please refer to "the latest product specifications"
when designing your product.
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CAD Data
The CAD data of the products with a CAD Data mark can be downloaded from: https://industrial.panasonic.com/ac/e/
1.Usage, Transport, and Storage Conditions
During usage, storage, or transportation, avoid locations
subjected to direct sunlight and maintain normal temperature,
humidity.
Temperature/Humidity
When transporting or storing relays while they are tube
packaged, there are cases the temperature may differ from the
allowable range. In this case be sure to check the individual
specifications.
Also allowable humidity level is influenced by temperature,
please check charts shown below and use relays within
mentioned conditions. (Allowable temperature values)
HY Relay
2. Automatic insertion
To maintain the internal function of the relay, the chucking
pressure should not exceed the values below.
Chucking pressure in the direction A: 4.9 N {500gf} or less
Chucking pressure in the direction B: 4.9 N {500gf} or less
Chucking pressure in the direction C: 4.9 N {500gf} or less
Avoid chucking the center of the relay.
In addition, excessive chucking pressure to the pinpoint of the
relay should be avoided.
ACB
Side with pins 1 and 10.
Stopper
(gray)
Stopper
(green)
Ambient Environment
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Voltage
Time
GUIDELINES FOR RELAY USAGE
PRECAUTIONS FOR COIL INPUT
For cautions for use, please read "GUIDELINES FOR RELAY USAGE".
https://industrial.panasonic.com/ac/e/control/relay/cautions_use/index.jsp
Long term current carrying
A circuit that will be carrying a current continuously for
long periods without relay switching operation. (circuits for
emergency lamps, alarm devices and error inspection that, for
example, revert only during malfunction and output warnings
with form B contacts)
Continuous,long-term current to the coil will facilitate
deterioration of coil insulation and characteristics due to
heating of the coil itself. For circuits such as these, please use
a magnetic-hold type latching relay. If you need to use a single
stable relay, use a sealed type relay that is not easily affected
by ambient conditions and make a failsafe circuit design that
considers the possibility of contact failure or disconnection.
DC Coil operating power
Steady state DC current should be applied to the coil.
The wave form should be rectangular. If it includes ripple, the
ripple factor should be less than 5%. However, please check
with the actual circuit since the electrical characteristics may
vary.
The rated coil voltage should be applied to the coil and the
set/reset pulse time of latching type relay differs for each
relays, please refer to the relay's individual specifications.
Coil connection
When connecting coils of polarized relays, please check coil
polarity(+,-) at the internal connection diagram (Schematic).
If any wrong connection is made, it may cause unexpected
malfunction, like abnormal heat, fire and so on, and circuit do
not work.
Avoid impressing voltages to the set coil and reset coil at the
same time.
Maximum allowable voltage and temperature rise
Proper usage requires that the rated coil voltage be impressed
on the coil.
Note, however, that if a voltage greater than or equal to the
maximum continuous voltage is impressed on the coil, the coil
may burn or its layers short due to the temperature rise.
Furthermore, do not exceed the usable ambient temperature
range listed in the catalog.
Temperature rise due to pulse voltage
When a pulse voltage with ON time of less than 2 minutes is
used, the coil temperature rise bares no relationship to the ON
time.
This varies with the ratio of ON time to OFF time, and
compared with continuous current passage, it is rather small.
The various relays are essentially the same in this respect.
Operate voltage change due to coil temperature rise (hot start)
In DC relays, after continuous passage of current in the coil, if
the current is turned OFF, then immediately turned ON again,
due to the temperature rise in the coil, the operate voltage will
become somewhat higher. Also, it will be the same as using it
in a higher temperature atmosphere.
The resistance/temperature relationship for copper wire is
about 0.4% for 1°C, and with this ratio the coil resistance
increases.
That is, in order to operate of the relay, it is necessary that the
voltage be higher than the operate voltage and the operate
voltage rises in accordance with the increase in the resistance
value.
However, for some polarized relays, this rate of change is
considerably smaller.
Current passage time %
For continuous passage Temperature rise value is
100
%
ON : OFF =
3
:
1
About
80
%
ON : OFF =
1
:
1
About
50
%
ON : OFF =
1
:
3
About
35
%
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Humidity (% RH)
Avoid icing
when used at
temperatures
lower than 0°C
Avoid con-
densation when
used at tem-
peratures higher
than 0°C
Allowable range
Ambient temperature (℃)
0 85-40
NOTES
Usage, Storage, and Transport Conditions
During usage, storage, or transportation, avoid locations
subject to direct sunlight and maintain normal temperature,
humidity, and pressure conditions.
The allowable specifications for environments suitable for
usage, storage, and transportation are given below.
1) Temperature: The allowable temperature range differs for
each relay, so refer to the relay’s individual specifications.
In addition, when transporting or storing relays while they are
tube packaged, there are cases when the temperature may
differ from the allowable range. In this situation, be sure to
consult the individual specifications.
2) Humidity: 5 to 85% RH
The humidity range varies with the temperature.
Use within the range indicated in the graph.
(The allowable temperature depends on the relays.)
3) Pressure: 86 to 106 kPa
Condensation
Condensation occurs when the ambient temperature drops
suddenly from a high temperature and humidity, or the relay
and microwave device is suddenly transferred from a low
ambient temperature to a high temperature and humidity.
Condensation causes the failures like insulation deterioration,
wire disconnection and rust etc.
Panasonic Corporation does not guarantee the failures caused
by condensation.
The heat conduction by the equipment may accelerate the
cooling of device itself, and the condensation may occur.
Please conduct product evaluations in the worst condition of
the actual usage. (Special attention should be paid when high
temperature heating parts are close to the device. Also please
consider the condensation may occur inside of the device.)
Icing
Condensation or other moisture may freeze on relays when
the temperature become lower than 0°C.
This icing causes the sticking of movable portion, the operation
delay and the contact conduction failure etc.
Panasonic Corporation does not guarantee the failures caused
by the icing.
The heat conduction by the equipment may accelerate the
cooling of relay itself and the icing may occur.
Please conduct product evaluations in the worst condition of
the actual usage.
Low temperature and low humidity
The plastic becomes brittle if the switch is exposed to a low
temperature, low humidity environment for long periods of
time.
High temperature and high humidity
Storage for extended periods of time (including transportation
periods) at high temperature or high humidity levels or in
atmospheres with organic gases or sulfide gases may cause a
sulfide film or oxide film to form on the surfaces of the contacts
and/or it may interfere with the functions.
Check out the atmosphere in which the units are to be stored
and transported.
Package
In terms of the packing format used, make every effort to keep
the effects of moisture, organic gases and sulfide gases to the
absolute minimum.
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Spot
Humidity indicator card
Silicon
When a source of silicone substances (silicone rubber, silicone
oil,silicone coating materials and silicone filling materials
etc.) is used around the relay, the silicone gas (low molecular
siloxane etc.) may be produced
This silicone gas may penetrate into the inside of the relay.
When the relay is kept and used in this condition, silicone
compound may adhere to the relay contacts which may cause
the contact failure.
Do not use any sources of silicone gas around the relay
(Including plastic seal types).
NOx Generation
When relay is used in an atmosphere high in humidity to
switch a load which easily produces an arc, the NOx created
by the arc and the water absorbed from outside the relay
combine to produce nitric acid.
This corrodes the internal metal parts and adversely affects
operation.
Avoid use at an ambient humidity of 85% RH or higher (at
20°C).
If use at high humidity is unavoidable, please contact our sales
representative.
5
%
10
%
60
%Bake treatment
necessity judgment
●●●No need to bake
○●●No need to bake
○○● Need to bake
○○○ Need to bake
Storage requirements
Since the surface-mount terminal type is sensitive to humidity
it is packaged with tightly sealed anti-humidity packaging.
However, when storing, please be careful of the following.
1) Please use promptly once the anti-humidity pack is opened.
(within 72 hours, Max. 30°C / 70% RH).
If left with the pack open, the relay will absorb moisture which
will cause thermal stress when reflow mounting and thus
cause the case to expand. As a result, the seal may break.
2) If relays will not be used within 72 hours, please store relays
in a humidity controlled desiccator or in an anti-humidity bag
to which silica gel has been added.
* If the relay is to be soldered after it has been exposed to excessive humidity
atmosphere, cracks and leaks can occur.
Be sure to mount the relay under the required mounting conditions.
3) When relays (which is packaged with humidity indicator and
silica gel) meeting one of below criteria, please bake (dry)
before use.
<Baking (Drying) conditions>
With reel : 45°C, 96 hours or more.
Without reel (including relay only) : 60°C, 35 hours or more.
: indicate brown, : Other than brown (blueish color)
4) The following cautionary label is affixed to the anti-humidity
pack.
When the storage conditions specified in 1) are exceeded.
When humidity indicator is in or status according to
judgement standard.
<How to judge>
Please check humidity indicator color and decide if baking is
necessary or not.
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Cleaning
1) Although the environmentally sealed type relay (plastic sealed
type,etc.) can be cleaned, avoid immersing the relay into cold
liquid (such as cleaning solvent) immediately after soldering.
Doing so may deteriorate the sealing performance.
2) Surface-mount terminal type relay is sealed type and it can be
cleaned by immersion.
Use pure water or alcohol-based cleaning solvent.
3) Cleaning with the boiling method is recommended (The
temperature of cleaning liquid should be 40°C or lower). Avoid
ultrasonic cleaning on relays.
Use of ultrasonic cleaning may cause breaks in the coil or
slight sticking of the contacts due to the ultrasonic energy.
Please refer to "the latest product specifications"
when designing your product.
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