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Contact Ratings
Contact Form2A 2C
Contact MaterialAgSnO2, AgNi , AgCdO
Contact Resistance100m (1A 6VDC)
Contact Loadresistive load)5A 250VAC/30VDC
Max.Switching Voltage380VAC/300VDC
Max.Rated Switching CurrentResistive Load)5A
Max.Switching Power4000VA/240W
min Mechanical Endurance min1106ops
min Electrical Endurance min1104ops
Coil Rating 23
Rated Coil Power400mW
Rated VoltageOperate VoltageRelease VoltageMax. VoltageCoil Resistance
5VDC3.50VDC0.5VDC7.5VDC62110%
6VDC4.20VDC0.6VDC9.0VDC90110%
9VDC6.30VDC0.9VDC13.5VDC202110%
12VDC8.40VDC1.2VDC18.0VDC360110%
18VDC12.6VDC1.8VDC27.0VDC810110%
24VDC16.8VDC2.4VDC36.0VDC1440110%
48VDC33.6VDC4.8VDC72.0VDC5760115%
60VDC42.0VDC6.0VDC90.0VDC7500115%
110VDC77.0VDC11.0VDC165VDC25200115%
Specifications
Insulation Resistance100M(500VDC)
Dielectric StrengthBetween coil and contacts )5000VAC 1min
Operate Time (Below Rated Voltage )15ms
Release Time (Below Rated Voltage )5ms
Surge VoltageBetween coils and contacts10KV1.2/50s)
ShockStability98m/s
Strength980m/s
Vibration10Hz~55Hz 10g/5g
Humidity20%~80%RH
Ambient Temperature -40 to 70
WeightAbout 13.5g
Terminal TypePCB
Note: the above values are the initial value.
A reed relay is a type of relay that uses an electromagnet to control one or more reed switches. The contacts are of magnetic material and the electromagnet acts directly on them without requiring an armature to move them. Sealed in a long, narrow glass tube, the contacts are protected from corrosion. The glass envelope may contain multiple reed switches or multiple reed switches can be inserted into a single bobbin and actuate simultaneously. Reed switches have been manufactured since the 1930s.
Compared with armature-based relays, reed relays can switch much faster, as the moving parts are small and lightweight, although switch bounce is still present.[1] Also they require less operating power and have lower contact capacitance. Their current handling capacity is limited but, with appropriate contact materials, they are suitable for "dry" switching applications. They are mechanically simple, making for reliability and long life.Reed Relay manufacturers
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