Relays with Forcibly Guided Contacts
Compact, Slim Relays Conforming to
• Additional Push-In Plus terminal sockets are used to save
wiring work in comparison with traditional screw terminals.
(Wiring time is reduced by 60%* in comparison with
traditional screw terminals.)
• Relays with forcibly guided contacts (EN/IEC 61810-3,
Certified by VDE).
• Supports the CE marking of machinery (Machinery Directive).
• Helps avoid hazardous machine status when used as part of
an interlocking circuit.
• Four-pole and six-pole Relays are available.
• The Relay’s terminal arrangement simplifies PWB pattern
• Reinforced insulation between inputs and outputs.
Reinforced insulation between some poles of different polarity.
* According to OMRON actual measurement data
Note: Sockets are sold separately.
For the most recent information on models that have been
certified for safety standards, refer to your OMRON website.
Be sure to read the Safety Precautions on page 13.
Model Number Structure
Model Number Legend
Relays with forcibly guided contacts
⎯1 ⎯2 ⎯3
Specify the power supply voltage (coil rated voltage) when ordering.
1. NO Contact Poles
2. NC Contact Poles
Options (order separately)
⎯⎯1⎯⎯ ⎯2 ⎯3 ⎯4 ⎯5 ⎯6
3. Coil Rated Voltage (V)
Relays use PCB terminals.
This allows for mounting on PCBs and for connection
to optional dedicated sockets (order separately).
1. Basic Model Name
P7SA: Socket for G7SA
2. Number of Poles
10: 4 poles (10 terminals)
14: 6 poles (14 terminals)
3. Mounting Type
4. LED Indicator
Blank: Without operation indicator LED/built-in diode
ND: With operation indicator LED/built-in diode
5. Terminal Type
Blank: Screw terminals when 3. is F type
PCB terminals when 3. is P type
PU: Push-In Plus terminals
6. Coil Rated Voltage (V)
24 VDC: When 4. is ND