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OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION S8V-CP DC Circuit Protection | New Product Brief

April 27, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

This New Product Brief (NPB) is part of a video series highlighting the features, applications, and technical specs of newly-released products.


Omron Industrial Automation’s S8V-CP DC Electronic Circuit Protector is a flexible, multi-channel, 24V DC circuit protector that enhances overload and short circuit protection while simplifying troubleshooting. 

The S8V-CP is offered with 4 or 8 outputs in a compact DIN rail body to reduce panel space, and it has a rotary switch to easily set the max current for each output between 2A and 10A. The series also includes a 4-channel UL class 2 output model with a 3.8A max output and an overvoltage trip function. 

Each channel as a push button control with an LED to indicate the status of its output for easy troubleshooting. The circuit protectors also have two alarm outputs to indicate fault status and can accept a remote reset input.  The S8V-CP DC Electronic Circuit Protector has Push-in Plus terminal blocks for fast wiring.

  • 4 or 8 channel output models available
    • Compact DIN rail body reduces panel space
  • Max current: 2A to 10A per channel, individually adjustable
  • UL class 2 output model available
    • 4 channels, 3.8A max per channel
    • Includes overvoltage trip function
  • Push-button with LED indicator for easy identification of channel status
    • Push-button: On/Off/Reset
    • LED indicator: Green/Yellow/Red
  • Two MOSFET relay alarm outputs
  • Push-in Plus terminals for fast wiring

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