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S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series

S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series

S112S01 Series S116S01 Series

Features

1. Compact, high radiation resin mold package

2. RMS ON-state current S112S01 Series: 12Arms at T C <= 70˚C ( With heat sink) S116S01 Series: 16Arms at T C <= 60˚C ( With heat sink)

3. Built-in zero-cross circuit (S112S02 / S212S02 / S116S02 / S216S02 )

4. High repetitive peak OFF-state voltage S112S01/ S112S02 / S116S01 / S116S02

V DRM : 400V

S212S01 / S212S02 / S216S01 / S216S02

V DRM : 600V

5. Isolation voltage between input and output

(V iso

:

4 000V rms )

6. Recognized by UL, file No. E94758

S112S01 / S112S02 S116S01 / S116S02

7. Approved by CSA, No. 63705 S112S01 / S112S02 S116S01 / S116S02

Applications

1. Copiers, laser beam printers

2. Automatic vending machines

3. FA equipment

Model line-ups

 

For 100V

For 200V

lines

lines

For phase control No built-in zero-cross circuit

S112S01

S212S01

S116S01

S216S01

Built-in zero-cross circuit

S112S02

S212S02

S116S02

S216S02

SIP Type SSR for Medium Power Control

Outline Dimensions

(Unit : mm )

* The metal parts marked* are common to terminal 1 . ❈ Do not allow
* The metal parts marked*
are common to terminal 1 .
❈ Do not allow external connection.
( ) : Typical dimensions
± 0.2
18.5
A (Model No.)
B
± 0.3
16.4
S112S01
12A125VAC
3.2 ± 0.2
S112S02
5.5 ± 0.2
S116S01
16A125VAC
*
S116S02
S212S01
12A250VAC
S212S02
S216S01
16A250VAC
S216S02
A
B
+
-
4
- 1.1 ± 0.2
4
- 1.25 ± 0.3
4
- 0.8 ± 0.2
1
23
4
± 0.1
(5.08) (7.62)
(2.54)
0.6
(1.4)
Internal connection diagram
S112S01/S116S01
S112S02/S116S02
S212S01/S216S01
S212S02/S216S02
Zero-cross
circuit
1
2
34
1
2
34
1 Output (Triac T2)
1
Output (Triac T2)
2 Output (Triac T1)
2
Output (Triac T1)
3 Input ( + )
3
Input ( + )
4 Input ( -
)
4
Input ( -
)
❈ 0.2 MAX.
MAX.
4.2
3.2 ± 0.2
MIN.
11.2
19.6 ± 0.2
5.0 ± 0.3
(
)36.0

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S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series ■ Absolute Maximum Ratings (Ta = 25˚C ) Parameter Symbol Rating Unit
S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series
■ Absolute Maximum Ratings
(Ta = 25˚C )
Parameter
Symbol
Rating
Unit
Forward current
IF
50
mA
Input
Reverse voltage
VR
6
V
RMS ON-state
S112S01 Series
*4 12
A rms
IT
current
S116S01 Series
*5 16
A rms
*1 Peak one cycle
surge current
S112S01 Series
120
A
*1 AC 60Hz sine wave, T j = 25˚C
start
I
surge
S116S01 Series
160
A
Repetitive peak
S112S01 / S112S02
S116S01 / S116S02
S212S01 / S212S02
S216S01 / S216S02
400
V
Output
VDRM
OFF-state voltage
600
V
Non-repetitive peak
400
V
VDSM
OFF-state voltage
S112S01 / S112S02
S116S01 / S116S02
S212S01 / S212S02
S216S01 / S216S02
600
V
Critical rate of rise of ON-state current
dI/dt
50
A/
s
*2 AC 60Hz for 1 minute, 40 to 60
% RH. Apply voltages between
input and output by the
dielectric withstand voltage
tester with zero-cross circuit.
( Input and output shall be short-
ed respectively) .
( Note )
When the isolation voltage is
Operating frequency
f
45 to 65
Hz
necessary at using external
*2 Isolation voltage
4 000
V
Viso
rms
Operating temperature
- 25 to + 100
˚C
Topr
heat sink, please use the in-
sulation sheet.
*3 For 10 seconds
Storage temperature
- 30 to + 125
˚C
Tstg
*4
*3 Soldering temperature
260
˚C
Tsol
*5
T C <=70˚C
T C <=60˚C
■ Electrical Characteristics
(Ta = 25˚C )
Parameter
Symbol
Conditions
MIN.
TYP.
MAX.
Unit
Forward voltage
V
IF
= 20mA
-
1.2
1.4
V
F
Input
Reverse current
IR
V
R = 3V
-
-
10 - 4
A
Repetitive peak OFF-state current
V
-
-
10 - 4
A
I DRM
D = V DRM
Resistance load
S112S01 Series
-
-
1.5
V
rms
I F = 20mA, I T = 12Arms
ON-state voltage
V
T
S116S01 Series
Resistance load
I F = 20mA, I T = 16Arms
-
-
1.5
V
rms
Holding current
IH
-
-
-
50
mA
Output
Critical rate of rise of OFF-state voltage
dV/dt
V
D = 2/3 • V DRM
30
-
-
V/
s
Critical rate of rise of commutating
OFF-state voltage
( dV/dt ) C
T
j = 125˚C, VD = 400V, *6
5
-
-
V/
s
Zero-cross voltage
S112S02 / S212S02
S116S02 / S216S02
V
IF
= 8mA
-
-
35
V
OX
Minimum trigger
S112S01 / S212S01
S116S01 / S216S01
V
D = 12V, R L=
30
-
-
8
mA
I
FT
current
S112S02 / S212S02
S116S02 / S216S02
V
D = 6V, R L=
30
-
-
8
mA
Transfer
Isolation resistance
R
DC500V, RH = 40 to 60 %
10
10
-
-
ISO
charac-
-
-
1
ms
teristics
S112S01 / S212S01
S116S01 / S216S01
Turn-on time
t
AC 50Hz
on
S112S02 / S212S02
S116S02 / S216S02
-
-
10
ms
Turn-off time
t
AC 50Hz
-
-
10
ms
off
Thermal resistance
(Between junction and case)
S112S01 series
-
-
3.8
-
˚C/W
R
th(j-c)
S116S01 series
-
-
3.3
-
˚C/W
Thermal resistance
(Between junction and ambience )
R
-
-
40
-
˚C/W
th(j-a)
*6 S112S01 Series:
S116S01 Series:
dI T /dt = - 6A/ms
dI T /dt = - 8A/ms
S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series

S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series

Fig. 1 RMS ON-state Current vs. Ambient

Temperature ( S112S01Series ) 12 (1) ( 3) (2) (4) 10 8 6 4 (5)
Temperature
( S112S01Series )
12
(1)
( 3)
(2)
(4)
10
8
6
4
(5)
2
0
RMS ON-state current I T (
)Arms

Fig. 2 RMS ON-state Current vs. Ambient

Temperature ( S116S01Series ) 18 16 (1) ( 3) (2) 14 (4) 12 10 8
Temperature
( S116S01Series )
18
16
(1)
( 3)
(2)
14
(4)
12
10
8
6
4
(5)
2
0
RMS On-state current I T (
)Arms

- 25

0

25

50

75

100

125

- 25

0

25

50

75

100

125

Ambient temperature T a (˚C)

 

Ambient temperature T a (˚C)

 

(

1) With infinite heat sink

 

(

1) With infinite heat sink

(

2) With heat sink ( 280 x 280 x 2 mm Al plate)

 

(

2) With heat sink ( 280 x 280 x 2 mm Al plate )

 

(

3) With heat sink ( 200 x 200 x 2 mm Al plate)

(

3) With heat sink ( 200 x 200 x 2 mm Al plate )

(

4) With heat sink ( 100 x 100 x 2 mm Al plate)

(

4) With heat sink ( 100 x 100 x 2 mm Al plate )

(

5) Without heat sink

 

(

5) Without heat sink

(

Note)

With the Al heat sink set up vertically,tighten the device at the center of the Al heat sink with a torque of 0.4N • m and apply thermal conductive silicone grease on the heat sink mounting plate. Forcible cooling shall not be carried out.

 

Fig. 3 RMS ON-state Current vs. Case Temperature

16 S116S01Series 14 12 S112S01Series 10 8 6 4 2 0 - 25 0 25
16
S116S01Series
14
12
S112S01Series
10
8
6
4
2
0
-
25
0
25
50
75
100
125
Case temperature T
c (˚C)
RMS On-state current I T
(
)Arms

Fig. 4 Forward Current vs. Ambient Temperature

60 50 40 30 20 10 0 - 25 0 25 50 75 100 125
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
-
25
0 25
50
75
100
125
Forward current I F (
)mA

Ambient temperature T a (˚C)

S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series

S112S01 Series/S116S01 Series

Fig. 5 Forward Current vs. Forward Voltage

100 T a = 100˚C 50 75˚C 50˚C 25˚C 20 0˚C 10 - 25˚C 5
100
T a = 100˚C
50
75˚C
50˚C
25˚C
20
0˚C
10
- 25˚C
5
2
1 0
1.0
2.0
Forward current I F (
)mA

Forward voltage V F (V)

Fig. 7 Maximum ON-state Power Dissipation vs. RMS ON-state Current

( S112S01Series )

20 T a = 25˚C 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
20
T a = 25˚C
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
ON-state power dissipation ( W )Maximum

RMS ON-state current I T ( Arms )

Fig. 9 Minimum Trigger Current vs. Ambient Temperature

10 V D = 12V ( S112S01, S212S01 ) S116S01,S216S01 8 V D = 6V
10
V
D =
12V
( S112S01, S212S01
)
S116S01,S216S01
8
V
D = 6V
( S112S02,S212S02
)
S116S02,S216S02
R
L = 30
6
S112S01/S212S01
4
S116S01/S216S01
S112S02/S212S02
S116S02/S216S02
2
0
-
25
0
25
50
75
100
Minimum trigger current I FT (
)mA

Ambient temperature T a (˚C)

Fig. 6 Surge Current vs. Power-on Cycle

200 f= 60H z 180 T j = 25˚C Start 160 140 120 S116S01Series 100
200
f= 60H z
180
T j = 25˚C Start
160
140
120
S116S01Series
100
80
S112S01Series
60
40
20
0
1 2
5
10
20
50
100
Surge current I surge (
)A

Power-on cycle (Times)

Fig. 8 Maximum ON-state Power Dissipation vs. RMS ON-state Current ( S116S01Series )

20 T a = 25˚C 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
20
T a = 25˚C
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
ON-state power dissipation ( W )Maximum

RMS ON-state current I T ( Arms )

Fig.10 Repetitive Peak OFF-state Current vs. Ambient Temperature ( S112S01/ S112S02/S116S01/ S116S02 ) - 4
Fig.10 Repetitive Peak OFF-state Current vs.
Ambient Temperature
(
S112S01/ S112S02/S116S01/ S116S02 )
- 4
10
V D = 400V
- 5
10
S112S02
- 6
10
S116S02
S112S01
- 7
10
S116S01
- 8
10
- 9
10
-
25
0
25
50
75
100
Repetitive peak OFF-state current
(
)A
I DRM

Ambient temperature T a (˚C)

S112S01 Sreies/S116S01 Series

S112S01 Sreies/S116S01 Series

Fig.11 Repetitive Peak OFF-state Current vs. Ambient Temperature ( S212S01/ S212S02/ S216S01/S216S02 ) - 4
Fig.11 Repetitive Peak OFF-state Current vs.
Ambient Temperature
(
S212S01/ S212S02/ S216S01/S216S02 )
- 4
10
V D = 600V
- 5
10
S212S02
S216S02
- 6
10
S212S01
S216S01
- 7
10
- 8
10
- 9
10
- 25
0
25
50
75
100
Repetitive peak OFF-state current
(
)A
I DRM

Ambient temperature T a (˚C)

Please refer to the chapter “ Precautions for Use.”