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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.
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: in 1999. It constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC 60470:1999: - Scope and object: The voltage range covered by the standard was expanded from 12 kV to 24 kV. Overload relay calibration and testing is not covered
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 of application
Description: -20 to 100 F Temperature Controller (Johnson Controls) The A319 Series is a line voltage, single-stage electronic temperature control with Single-Pole, Double-Throw (SPDT) relay output and LED indication. The A319 features heating or cooling modes of operation, adjustable cut-in, adjustable
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Description: price. It is ideally suited to match the requirements of electronic newsgathering (ENG) crews, independent filmmakers, documentary producers, event videographers and military agencies. Utilizing file-based MPEG-2 compression with an MXF File Wrapper ensures the widest compatibility with existing
- Operating Temperature: 32 to 104 F
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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. . The E300 modularity provides users the flexibility to tailor the relay to meet their sensing, control and communication needs. The sensing module can be included in a user ’s energy management system. It is available with a combination of current, voltage and ground... (read more)
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Springer Controls Company, Inc.
Electronic Reversing Contactor
Springer Controls Company carries a full line of solid-state contactors manufactured by IC ELECTRONICS A/S. The product line includes single phase electronic contactors, dual contactors, lamp & transformer controls, three phase contactors, soft-starters (1, 2 & 3 phase), reversing contactors, and starting torque limiters. The controllers are also available with internal by-pass as well as with coil controlled external by-pass. Key Features: Contactors are UL and CSA certified as well... (read more)
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Custom Electronic and Instrument Enclosures
The Hudson Technologies team has solutions for your specialized deep draw enclosure needs, from prototype design through high volume production: Custom Design & Engineering Assistance. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) & test lab resources. Modifications & Finishes. Project Management. Customer-owned Tooling. Customized Stocking & Delivery Programs. Need parts in a hurry? Ask about Hudson Express. Industrial Applications: Aviation / Aerospace. Electronics. Diaphragms / Edge Welded... (read more)
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CEF Industries LLC
Control Electronic Solutions for Aerospace/Defense
CEF provides reliable and affordable off-the-shelf electronic solutions with efficient designs that still meet all customer requirements including Mil-461 and RTCA-DO160 standards. CEF can apply proven designs for a variety of existing applications, as well as electronic design, manufacturing and testing capabilities for new applications. Our capabilities are well suited to support commercial and defense fixed wing aircraft, actuators, cargo handling systems, helicopters, radar components... (read more)
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Danaher Sensors & Controls - Specialty Products
Electronic Multifunction Counter VC772-121
not previously possible with an electronic counter. What would speed be without accuracy? That's why the VersaCount features an unprecedented prescaler accuracy to one tenthousandth. Further, automation and precision control are achieved using three presets with relay hold times programmable up to ten minutes. Veeder-Root is the first in the industry to offer a programming assistant where applications can easily be created, archived and printed using the proprietary Programming Assistant... (read more)
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Columbus McKinnon Corporation Hoists & Rigging Products
Pulse Monitor Electronic Hoist Data Interface
Pulse Monitor is an electronic monitoring system that records key performance data for your hoist during normal operation. The captured data can be read with the Pulse computer interface kit* to assist you in troubleshooting and determining preventative maintenance solutions. A more accurate diagnosis can help reduce maintenance costs, minimize downtime and promote longer hoist life. Standard on our popular Yale Global King and Shaw-Box World Series wire rope hoists, Pulse technology is also... (read more)
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Danaher Sensors & Controls - Specialty Products
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 selecting a timer relay. Relays perform a very important job of using one level of voltage or current to control often a different level of voltage or current. They provide a high degree of isolation between... (read more)
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Lighting Control Relays
Panasonic relays have become an industry standard in the North America and are used in over 30 different lighting and control systems. With it's unique and robust design the Panasonic relay has stood the test of time. And now the Panasonic single-pole lighting control relay carries the UL Electronic Ballast Rating, ensuring confidence that our relay will perform for all ballast types. With energy savings in mind, each relay is mechanically latching requiring minimal energy to change... (read more)
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Omron Electronic Components – Americas
MOS FET Relays
MOS FET Relays from Omron Electronic Components LLC. Perfectly suited for Automated Test Equipment, Medical Equipment, Instrumentation, Security Equipment, Automated Meter Reading, Automotive Diagnostic Equipment, and Communications. Available in 1 and 2-Pole configurations in PCB, SMT, DIP, SOP, and SSOP packaging. Other options include current limiting, high dielectric voltage withstand, normally open and normally closed contact forms, high voltage and current load handling, and high-speed... (read more)
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Instrumentation Grade Reed Relays
through the relay. The epoxy over-molded ceramic package is very rugged and has very good low thermal offset voltage capability because of its excellent heat conducting alumina substrate. The ceramic substrate has leadless gold plated pads making it ideal for surface mounting with no worry of lead skewing or coplanarity issues. The CRF series is only 3.4 mm high, making it ideal for very low profile environments. Because there is an internal magnetic shield, the relays can be stacked very close... (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
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
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 selecting
Mil-Std-202 Test Method Standard for Electronic and Electrical Component Parts
This standard establishes uniform methods for testing electronic and electrical component parts, including basic environmental tests to determine resistance to deleterious effects of natural elements and conditions surrounding military operations, and physical and electrical tests. For the purpose
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
Application: High Voltage Reed Relays in Electrosurgical Generators
Approximately 95% of new, surgically equipped operating rooms use electronic. scalpels. These electronic scalpels cut and instantly cauterize the area stopping any bleeding. This greatly helps doctors focus on the job at hand, while not having the area of surgical interest being obliterated
Application: RF Reed Relays Eliminate Surgical Instruments Left Behind
After the operation, but just before closure of the wound,. and electronic transmitter external to the body is turned on and using a matrix of. relays, scans for these items.
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
Reed Relays Capable of Switching Low Micro-Volts Signals (.pdf)
As electronic components continue their downward size spiral, their capabilities are ever increasing. Accompanying this, chip line widths are narrower than ever giving rise to unwanted small voltage or leakage currents, which may give rise to signal errors. Several applications have arisen
Reed Switch Operational Characteristics (.pdf)
The Reed Switch was first invented by Bell Labs in the late 1930s. However, it was not until the 1940s when it began to find application widely as a sensor and a Reed Relay. Here it was used in an assortment of stepping/ switching applications, early electronic equipment and test equipment
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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.
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.