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Standards and Technical Documents - ANSI C83.16 Standard Document -- DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY FOR RELAYS FOR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Description: Description / Abstract There is no abstract information for this document.Show More
Standards and Technical Documents - 428-1981 - IEEE Standard Definitions and Requirements for Thyristor AC Power Controllers -- 10.1109/IEEESTD.1981.81455
Description: Abstract These recommendations apply to thyristor AC power controllers that are low voltage, power electronic, industrial class equipment for the control or switching of AC power. Switching, multicycle control and phase control are included. Cycloconverters are excluded. Examples ofShow More
Description: EXPLOSIVES FOR CIVIL USES - DETONATORS AND RELAYS - PART 27: DEFINITIONS, METHODS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRONIC INITIATION SYSTEMSShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - High-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Part 106: Alternating current contactors, contactor-based controllers and motor-starters -- IEC 62271-106:2011
Description: electronic relays have their own standards. - 6.2.5 Application of the test voltage and test conditions (former 6.2.2 b)): Changed wording of requirement for impulse across the open gap of vacuum contactors. - 6.4.2 Auxiliary circuits: The requirement for resistance checks of auxiliaryShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Practice for Design, Alteration, and Certification of Airplane Electrical Wiring Systems -- ASTM F2639Supplier: ASTM International
Description: Electronic Assemblies 9.13 Relays 9.14 Studs 9.15 Switches 9.16 Terminals and Terminal Blocks 9.17 Waveguides 9.18Show More
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Altech Solid State Relays Solid State Relays (SSR) are fully electronic, there is no moving parts inside SSR; they have no audible noise, withstand signifcant vibration without operating problems, have fast response time, but most of all they have higher life-time (read more)
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Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Flexible, Modular Electronic Overload Relay
The Allen-Bradley E300 electronic overload relay from Rockwell Automation integrates communications, including EtherNet/IP, patented current-measurement technology, and time-saving I/O options, all in a modular design (read more)
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U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC
Custom Shock Relay
expensive downtime. Mechanical devices like shear pins and torque limiters don't provide enough protection. They are just not reliable. Electronic Shock Relay from U.S. Tsubaki Acts before the Damage Occurs These accurate, adjustable devices can determine if the (read more)
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PHOENIX CONTACT USA
Powerful 6-mm safety relays
Powerful 6-mm safety relays The new PSRmini relays from Phoenix Contact are the world’s slimmest safety relays. At just 6-mm wide, the PSRmini allows for 6 A, force-guided safety connections, but at a 70 percent smaller footprint than standard 22.5-mm safety (read more)
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Electronics are continually evolving and require cutting edge engineering and design assistance to meet demands for greater functionality in smaller packages. Precipart combines its core competencies in precision engineering and miniaturization to deliver the highest quality components for computer hardware, cameras, audio systems, micro plugs, switches, relay parts and instrumentation. (read more)
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Functions and Applications of Timer Relays
Over time, advances in electronic technology have greatly increased the number and variety of applications for industrial relays. The task of selecting a relay can often be difficult and confusing. Hopefully, this brief explanation will help you in understand the factors to consider when (read more)
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Heilind Electronics, Inc.
Solid State Relays and More from Crydom
Heilind Electronics is now an authorized distributor for Crydom – the world’s leading solid state relay manufacturer. Heilind Electronics, a leading distributor of electronic components, has added (read more)
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Compact High Voltage Isolation Reed Relays
Protecting People and Sensitive Circuitry Whether we are talking about protecting personal safety or sensitive circuitry, Standex-Meder Electronics offers (read more)
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Mouser Electronics, Inc.
DC Coil 30A PCB Relays
Relays offer up to 30A switching in normally open contact types and 20A in change over contact mode, all in a package that is 30% smaller than T9A and T9E relays. T9G relays meet UL 508 for clearance/creepage and are UL approved for 480VAC switching. (read more)
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Electronic monitoring relays
Electronic monitoring relays can generally be found in industrial wastewater plants and other settings that need a warning about outofbounds voltages or electrical currents. can generally be found in industrial wastewater plants and other settings that need a warning about outofbounds voltages
Application: RF Receivers - Reed Relay
With the continuous worldwide threat of terrorism,. most countries need to be monitoring all electronic communication on a 24/7 basis. Most of this is done with electronic receivers scanning all the RF ranges where potential communication may take place. RF switches are needed to switch from
Application: Airplane TVS - Reed Relay
When test equipment is used to test discrete. power semiconductors, the testers often require the application of high currents to properly test the semiconductor devices, such as, Transient Voltage Suppressors (TVS) that prevent ESD and lightning damage to sensitive electronic equipment. To perform
Application: IC Testing - Reed Relay
Humanity has changed dramatically as they carry out our daily endeavors, by the invention of the integrated circuit nearly 50 years ago. Whether we are checking the time on our wrist watch, making a phone call, watching children play with their electronic toys, or at work/home on our computer, etc
Application: Surgical Operating Rooms Eliminate Instruments Left Behind - Reed Relay
are used to soak up blood pools to facilitate the surgery. These blood saturated sponges placed between tissue can be left behind after the operation is complete. Of course, many times this gives rise to post surgical complications and sometimes death. Medical electronic designers have come up
Application Note: Switching Solutions Requiring Little or No Power to Operate Using Reed Sensor/Relay Technology (.pdf)
Power consumption in today's electronic market is a concern with the dramatic increase in the use of portable electronic gadgetry. Power hungry components are rapidly being designed out in favor of power efficient products. Normally closed (Form B) Reed Sensors and Reed Relays draw zero power
IN all communication systems the repeater or relay station has a vital role. The relay function is essentially simple. In the past, people relayed or passed messages by word of mouth, patterns of flags, beacons, or Morse code. Today we have electronic amplifiers that boost weak signals and blindly
Application: High End Multimeters Use Reed Relays
Electronics and electronic systems, the need exists to be able to make voltage and current measurements covering several orders of magnitude, from nano-volts to kilovolts and from fempto-amps to amps. A reed relay is placed on the front end of these multimeters allowing the broad spectrum
Electromechanical Relays and Contactors
and close electrical contacts to operate other devices. They are often used because they cost less than corresponding electronic switches. But some relay qualities are superior to solid-state devices. For example, input and output circuits in relays are electrically isolated unlike those of most
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A Design Technique for Pedestal-Free Switching Circuits
The ideal electronic relay is defined and a diode network realization is synthesized.
Theory and design of electronic relays
The reason for defining an elec- tronic relay as a two-port electrical network is to allow the formulation of a mifed synthesis procedure-independent of the components used in the realization.
Industrial Automation Equipment Market Tracker - Q3 2015
An electronic control relay is defined as an electrical switching device that opens or closes a control circuit, either instantaneously or as a result of a measured parameter or logical input signal.
Industrial Automation Equipment Market Tracker - Q2 2015
Product Definition: An electronic control relay is defined as an electrical switching device that opens or closes a control circuit, either instantaneously or as a result of a measured parameter or logical input signal.
Electronic Control Relays Report - 2014
In this report, an electronic control relay is defined as an electrical switching device that opens or closes a control circuit, either instantaneously or as a result of a measured parameter or logical input signal.
Standard Handbook of Electronic Engineering, Fifth Edition > Electronic and Fiber Optic Components
[p2000c9958995_69001] Definitions of Relay Terms, Electronic Industries Association.
Electronic telephone exchanges
Initially, many people seemed to think that the use of reed relays was a retrograde step for electronic exchanges until somebody defined these relays as "electromechanical diodes" and treated them as an electronic component.