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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
3522-020-53 :28V-300 OHM-10A MILITARY TYPE RELAYS National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
FCA-210-1024L Allied Electronics, Inc. TYCO CII MIDTEX Not Provided RELAY, MID RANGE, MILITARY/AEROSPACE, 28 VDC, 10 A, DPDT, M83536/10-024L
JMAWT-5XM Allied Electronics, Inc. TYCO CII MIDTEX Not Provided RELAY, T05, MILITARY/AEROSPACE, HIGH PERFORMANCE, M28776/1-013M
JMSCD-18XL Allied Electronics, Inc. TYCO CII MIDTEX Not Provided RELAY, T05, MILITARY/AEROSPACE, HIGH PERFORMANCE, M39016/16-040L
FCA-610-CY4 Relay Specialties Inc. TYCO ELECTRONICS-CII Not Provided CII • Military Relays • Mounting Options: Bottom Mount • Coil Voltage: 28 VDC • Contact Configuration: 6PDT • Contact Current: 10 AMP • Termination Type: Solder Hook
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