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Parts by Number for Bistable Sensor Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
84138101 Digi-Key Crouzet C/O BEI Systems and Sensor Company Relays SSR RHP BISTABLE AC INPUT

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  • Switching Solutions Requiring Little or No Power to Operate Using Reed Sensor/Relay Technology (.pdf)
    in their normally. closed states. A latching Reed Relay uses minimal power for its. operation in ‘setting’ or ‘resetting’ the contact states (bi-stable);. Figure 1. Normally Open Reed Switch. and for that reason have attracted the interest of power efficient. designers. Latching Reed Switches and sensors
  • How Reed Switches are used with a Permanent Magnet (.pdf)
    closed when the magnet is. withdrawn. In this manner, one has a latching sensor or. a bi-stable state sensor. In the following diagrams, we will outline the guidelines. (Figure #21. A circular magnet showing a Reed Switch ef-. fectively passing through its centers showing the opening and. closing points
  • Medical Device Link . Showstoppers
    machined actuator. The product was presented by Twente MicroProducts (Enschede, Netherlands) at Hannover Messe 99. The bistable valve has two fixed positions, so only switching power is required. The component has an internal volume of less than 5 ul and the valve opening on current prototypes is 0.2 mm
  • Reed Switch FAQs
    over contact is also abbreviated SPDT (Single Pole Double Throw). Form E is a bi-stable contact. Switching state of this also called Latching-Type remains unchanged (even in absence of magnetic field) until a magnetic field of opposite polarity is present. Furthermore there is a number of special
  • Roll-to-Roll Coating for Printed Electronics and the Role of Contract Manufacturing
    -to-roll processes with extremely good yields and economics. Similarly, both active and passive circuitry are produced using roll-to-roll processes, as are thin film batteries, solar cells and displays of many types, including conventional LCDs, OLEDs, and bistable structures like the eInk/Kindle