Relays are shock, vibration resistant

12 to 240 VAC coil input voltages.

October 24, 2015   by PLANT Staff

304_automationdirect_Relay-line-ext-5x7AutomationDirect’s industrial relays now include additional electromechanical and solid state versions, such as the 10 A 750R series for power to sequence controls in factory machines and control panels.

Fitted with an octal base, silver alloy with gold flashed contacts and 1,500 Vrms open-contact dielectric strength, the relays are used in electrical control panels that require stability and reliability, along with high shock and vibration resistance.

The UL recognized, CSA and CE/RoHS/REACH approved relays come in double-pole, double-throw and three-pole, double-throw styles with 12 and 24 VDC and 12 to 240 VAC coil input voltages.

A flag indicator shows relay status in manual or powered condition, while an LED indicator shows proper functionality and manual operation is powered by a pushbutton without power to the coil. An ID tag/write label identifies relays in multi-relay circuits.

Additional AD relays come in 22- and 45-mm zero-cross and random-switching versions. The AD-SSR series relays are rated to 90 to 280 VAC, 90 to 140 VAC and 4 to 32 VDC input ranges and contact ratings are 10, 30, 45 and 65 A.

They’re DIN rail or panel mountable and are fitted with integral finger-safe covers and heatsinks, an internal RC (snubber) network and RFI suppression.

AutomationDirect is a supplier of automation products based in Cumming, Ga.

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