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  • Reed Relay - Technical Information
    . Company History. Facilities. Environmental Policy. Accreditations. Recruitment. Terms and Conditions. News. Contact Us. | |. Technical Information. Reed Relay. Compared to other relay technologies, reed relays have the advantages of hermetically sealed contacts, low coil power, fast operation, and small
  • Electromechanical Relays General Applications Guidelines
    . (1) Contact load. The phenomena in the contacts of relays greatly vary depending on contact load level such as kind of load and current level as well as contact material and size, opening speed and contact bounce. Switching current. AC current is alternately reduced to zero but DC current is not, so
  • Basic Relay Terms and Specifications
    contacts when an energized circuit is interrupted. Contact Bounce - The intermittent undesirable opening of closed contacts or closing of open contacts. Break - The opening of closed contacts to interrupt an electrical circuit. Voltage Breakdown - An undesirable condition of arcing within a relay due
  • Teccor Thyristors used as AC Static Switches and Relays (.pdf)
    that no appreciable RFI is. R1. generated. 0.1 μF. 510 k. The relay circuit shown in Figure AN1007.1 and Figure. AN1007.2 has several advantages in that it eliminates. Twist Leads to Minimize. Pickup. contact bounce, noise, and additional power consumption. by an energizing coil and can carry
  • Power Switching
    , a relay performs either as an insulator or a conductor. In the make mode the contacts conduct the full current of the load, and contact current handling capacity is limited by heating caused by contact resistance. Special low resistance copper alloys are used for most cold switching relays to assure
  • Position and Movement Sensor Glossary
    . Sensors. Reed Switches. Reed Relays. RoHS Compliance. Technical Information. Reed Sensor. Hall Sensor. Reed Switch. Reed Relay. Glossary. About Hamlin. Company History. Facilities. Environmental Policy. Accreditations. Recruitment. Terms and Conditions. News. Contact Us. | |. Technical Information
  • Basic Electrical Parameters of Reed Switch Products (.pdf)
    . See Figure #9. of which is the actual resistance across the contacts. In a. Reed Relay, many times the relay pins will be nickel/iron. improving the overall magnetic efficiency but adding bulk. resistance to the contact resistance. This increase can be. in the order of 25 mOhm to 50 mOhm (See Figure
  • Selecting Telecommunication Test Equipment to Maximize Throughput and Accuracy
    of the. time it takes for contacts to move across the switch gap (actuation time) and the. time it takes for contact bounce to stop (settle time.). Along with switching time, a major consideration is the bandwidth of the signal. path. A lot of new switch cards have recently come to market with broadband
  • Digital I/O Survival Kit
    . Contact Bounce. There are two other problems with mechanical switches that need to be addressed: First, when a mechanical. switch snaps shut, there is a short period -- typically 1-5 milliseconds -- when the contact surfaces bounce. against each other. Some logic inputs, notably digital counters
  • Programmable Attenuators for Wireless Products
    . applications. This mode allows the. usually has a slope with frequency. of contact bounce. The time is a. This applies on a per frequency basis. attenuator to be controlled via a. reaching values of several dB at the. function of switch structure and size. For example it does not mean that the. variety

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