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General Specifications
   Solid State Relay Type       
   Your choices are...         
   Aerospace / MIL-SPEC Relay       Relays comply with aerospace or U.S. military specifications (MIL-SPEC). 
   Non-isolated Relay       Non-isolated relays do not have an isolation mechanism between the control (input) and its output (load). 
   Optically Isolated Relay       Optically-isolated relays are solid-state devices that do not have a direct electrical connection between the input and the output relay. 
   Transformer Isolated Relay       Transformer-isolated relays are solid-state devices (e.g. pulse transformers) that trigger triacs. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary solid-state relays. 
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   Application Type       
   Your choices are...         
   Automotive Relay       Relays are designed for automotive applications. 
   General Application Relay       Relays are designed for general-purpose applications. 
   Latching Relay       Relays are used for latching applications (e.g. latching limit controllers). 
   Other       Other unlisted application types. 
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   Mounting       
   Your choices are...         
   Bracket (Flange) Mount       The relay is equipped with a flange. Typically, this flange is installed by bolting the unit to a matching flange that is welded to a corresponding wall. 
   DIN Rail       The relay is equipped with a fastener that can attach to a DIN rail. 
   Panel       The relay can be mounted in or on a panel. 
   PC Board       The relay can be mounted on a printed circuit board (PCB). 
   Socket or Plug-in Style       The relay can be mounted in a socket or on a printed circuit board (PCB). 
   Other       Other unlisted mounting styles. 
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Performance
   Input Voltage Type       
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   AC       The relay uses an AC input voltage. 
   DC       The relay uses a DC input voltage.  
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   Input (Pick-up) Voltage Range       This is the range of voltages that, when applied across the input terminals, maintain an "on" condition across the output terminal.  This parameter also defines the absolute limits of input voltage that relays can withstand without damage. Input voltage range is known as must-operate, pick-up, or turn-on voltage. 
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   Dropout Voltage       The dropout voltage is the voltage applied to the input at, or below which, the output is guaranteed to be in the off state. Dropout voltage is also known as the must-release or turn-off voltage. It is considered to be the "noise immunity" level of the relay. 
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   Input Current Range       This is the range of input currents over which relays are designed to operate. 
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   Output Voltage Type       
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   AC       The relay can be operated with an AC source output voltage. 
   DC       The relay can be operated with a DC source output voltage. 
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   Maximum Current       This is the maximum continuous current allowable across the relay output terminals under the specified heat dissipation and ambient temperature conditions. Generally, AC current is specified in RMS units. Maximum current is also known as the maximum switching voltage range, or the maximum switching current. 
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   Load Voltage       This is the output supply voltage range in which the relay normally operates. Generally, AC voltage is specified in RMS units. Load voltage is also known as the maximum switching voltage range, and/or as line voltage. 
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   Turn-on Switching       
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   Instant ON       Devices immediately turn-on the load when the pickup voltage is present. Instant-on is used to control inductive loads. 
   Peak Switching       Peak switching turns-on the load when the control voltage is present and the voltage is at the peak. It is used to control heavy-duty inductive loads. 
   Random Turn-on       Random turn-on is important particularly for inductive loads (transformers, etc.). 
   Zero Switching       Devices switch at the point where the AC load voltage or current passes through zero as it changes polarity. Zero switching is used to control resistive loads. 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary turn-on switching methods. 
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Additional Specs
   Output Device       
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   MOSFET       Metal-oxide field-effect transistors (MOSFET) have an insulating layer between the gate electrode. This channel is a metal-oxide layer. 
   Bipolar Transistor (BJT)       Bipolar junction transistors (BJT) are three-terminal devices in which the base current controls the emitter-to-collector current. 
   SCR       Silicone controlled rectifiers (SCR) are three-terminal devices that act as a gated diode. The gate terminal is used to turn-on the device, allowing current to pass from cathode to anode. 
   Triac       Triacs are bi-directional, gate-controlled thyristors. They are similar to SCRs, but can conduct in both directions. Triacs provide full-wave control of AC power. 
   Other       Other unlisted output devices. 
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   Switch Configuration       
   Your choices are...         
   Form A       Form A is SPST-NO. 
   Form B       Form B is SPST-NC. 
   Form C       Form C is SPDT-CO. 
   Other       Other unlisted switch configurations. 
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   Features       
   Your choices are...         
   Analog Switching       Devices have a built-in synchronizing circuit that controls the amount of output voltage as a function of the input voltage. Analog switching is used for resistive loads in closed loop applications. 
   Built-in Heat Sink       The relay has an embedded heat sink for thermal protection. 
   Internal Snubber       Applying an above-rating voltage at the output side could destroy the relay or cause it to malfunction. The snubber circuit absorbs and suppresses impulse noise. 
   Over-current Protection       The relay has an integrated over-current protection circuit. 
   Over-voltage Protection       The relay has an integrated over-voltage protection circuit. The relay's load-power supplies require adequate protection against over-voltage errors from various causes. 
   Reverse Protection       Reverse protection safeguards DC input relays from damage. If the polarity is reversed accidentally and the voltage does not exceed the rated value, the relay will not be damaged. 
   TTL Compatible       The relay can accept or produce transistor-transistor logic (TTL), or compatible TTL signals. 
   Visual Indicator       The relay has visual indicator such as a light-emitting diode (LED).  
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary features. 
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Environment
   Operating Temperature       This is the full-required range of ambient operating temperature. This represents the surrounding air temperature limits. 
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