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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.
  • 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
  • Application Note: 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
  • Technical Paper: 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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