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Supplier: Littelfuse, Inc.
Description: Model ALT alternating relays are used to alternate between two loads.The ALT is commonly used in duplex pumping applications to balance theruntime of both pumps.The Model ALT-S is used in single high level float applications. When thefloat switch opens, the alternating relay changes state forcing
- Pole Specifications: Double Pole (DP)
- Throw Specifications: Double Throw
- AC Coil Voltage: 190 to 240 volts
- Features: Time Delay, Visual Indicator
Supplier: Pickering Electronics
Description: are available to special order, please contact our sales offi ce for further information. Mercury wetted devices are also available for applications where bounce free switching is required. These are rated at 1500 volts d.c. stand-off, 500 volts d.c. switching at up to 50 watts.s
- Relay Type: General Application Relay, High Voltage Relay, Reed Relay
- Mounting: PC Board
- Pole Specifications: Double Pole (DP)
- Throw Specifications: Single Throw
Supplier: Coto Technology
Description: Versatile Hg Contact Forms (Form C&D) Zero Load Switching High Insulation Resistance Bounce-Free Operation Magnetically Shielded High Contact (100W) Power Rating High Switching (500V) and Current (2A) Rating
- Relay Type: General Application Relay, Latching Relay, Reed Relay
- Mounting: PC Board, Other
- DC Coil Voltage: 12 to 35 volts
- Coil Resistance: 616 to 754 ohms
VME, VPX, and VXI Bus Interfaces and Adapters - AVME9440 Series Isolated Digital I/O Board -- AVME9440-iSupplier: Acromag, Inc.
Description: , switches, and power supply on/off monitoring. Debounce circuitry offers a selectable time delay to eliminate false signals resulting from contact bounce commonly experienced with mechanical relays and switches.
- Technology: VMEbus
- Operating System Support: Windows® 95/98, Linux®, QNX®, VxWorks®
- Interface to Other Buses: Other
- Number of Ports: 16
Standards and Technical Documents - Measuring relays and protection equipment - Part 22-4: Electrical disturbance tests - Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test -- IEC 60255-22-4:2008
Description: . The objective of the tests is to confirm that the equipment under test will operate correctly when energized and subjected to repetitive fast transients (bursts) such as those originating from interrupting of inductive loads, relay contact bounce, etc. The main change with respect to the previous edition
Supplier: Comus International
Description: * 2 form A Mercury Wetted Reed Relay * Up-right mounting +/- 30° * High power capability, high reliability and life * Low and stable contact resistance during life, no bounce * Metal cover
- Mounting: Socket or Plug-in Style
- Maximum Current: 3 amps
- Maximum AC Switching Voltage: 500 volts
- Maximum DC Switching Voltage: 500 volts
Standards and Technical Documents - Road vehicles -- Electrical disturbances from conduction and coupling -- Part 3: Electrical transient transmission by capacitive and inductive coupling via lines other than supply lines -- ISO 7637-3:2007
Description: of inductive loads and relay contact bounce. Three test methods are described in ISO 7637-3:2007: the capacitive coupling clamp (CCC) method; the direct capacitive coupling (DCC) method; and the inductive coupling clamp (ICC) method. Only one test method need be selected for slow transients
Supplier: Perfect Switch, LLC
Description: loads and sensitive electronic equipment like power inverters. Unlike conventional mechanical relays, POWER-GATE relays have no contacts to arc, bounce, and degrade over time. Ultra-low trigger current makes POWER-GATE perfect for power sipping electrical systems where battery management is critical
- Solid State Relay Type: Aerospace / MIL-SPEC Relay, Optically Isolated Relay
- Application Type: Automotive Relay, Other
- Mounting: Bracket (Flange) Mount, Other
- Input Voltage Type: DC
Supplier: United Refrigeration, Inc.
Description: Controls the circulating fan in heat pump, air conditioning and forced air systems. Off delay timing function continues to run the fan at the end of the heating/cooling cycle. A one second interrogation delay is provided to avoid nuisance trips due to thermostat bounce or tampering. Contact rating
- Timer Function / Mode of Operation: OFF-delay
Supplier: Shinyei Corporation of America
Description: Electrical fast transients (EFT), such as switching transients originating from inductive load interruption, relay contact bounce, etc., are one of the main causes of equipment malfunctions. FNS-AX3 simulators will serve as a critical tool with a new level of performance and efficiency meeting
Supplier: RS Components, Ltd.
Description: Contact Configuration:SPST-NO; Coil Voltage:5V dc; Switching Current:1A; Switching Voltage:200 Vdc or ac peak; Switching Power:15W; Coil Resistance:500Ohms; Coil Power:50mW; Contact Resistance:150mOhms; Contact Material:Rh; Operation Time - Including Bounce:0.5ms
- DC Coil Voltage: 5 volts
- Coil Resistance: 500 ohms
- Make Time (Operate Time): 0.5000 milliseconds
Supplier: Marsh Bellofram Group of Companies
Description: Industry Standard Counter Contact Bounce and Noise Immunity Programmable Display Wide Range of Counts Compact, Plug-In and Dust Tight
- Number of Functions: Single Function
- Functions: Event Counter, Pulse Counter
- Direction: Up
- Reset: Manual
Supplier: Tradeport Electronics Group
Description: since EFT/B events exist everywhere. In fact, in the scheme of international compliance, the Electrical Fast Transient/Burst immunity test is a must for almost all products. The EFT/B, such as switching transients originating from inductive load interruption, relay contact bounce, etc, are one
Supplier: Pickering Interfaces US Inc.
Description: characteristics. The use of solid state switches ensure a long service life with no wear out mechanism, making the 40-881 ideal for ATE systems requiring frequent and fast operating RF switching with no contact bounce. The 40-881 can handle RF input powers of up to +30dBm and is able to sustain frequent hot
- Technology: CompactPCI® Compliant, PXITM Compliant
- Form Factor: 3U
- Switch Topology: Multiplexer / Matrix
- Switch Type: Relay Switch
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Mercury Wetted Relays
DIL-14 epoxy molded mercury wetted reed relays. * High power capability, high reliability and life. * Low and stable contact resistance during life, no bounce. * Miniature, cost-effective switching solutions, high density mounting. * Molded construction for automatic board processing & cleaning. * All position mounting type available (read more)
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Solid State Relays from Comus International
Solid State Relays (SSR) manufactured by the Comus Group of companies are sold around the world. The sign, with no moving parts, means that solid state relays have an almost unlimited life expectancy compared with electromechanical relays. With no mechanical parts there is no contact bounce, no sparks and no mechanical wear making solid state relays the natural choice in working environments where these features are important. Application fields for SSRs are medical equiptment, security systems... (read more)
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Hasco Relays and Electronics International Corp.
Low Cost-Minature Latching Relay-Free Samples
Hasco Component's electromechanical relays range from less than an amp to 80 amps. Hasco's relays are UL and CSA with some TUV ratings. All relays have DC coils and many have an AC coil. They come sealed for wave soldering and washing thereby allowing the relays to be put on any assemble line. There are surface mount low current relays available as well. KLT1C12DC12-L LATCHING RELAY. Features: Highly reliable, Low cost. Miniature size & Large switch capacity up to 20A. Highly dielectric... (read more)
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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
, 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
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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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Switching Contact Bounce Reduction
 D. F. Hobart, “Defibrillator relay contact bounce reduction during low-energy defibrillation utilizing a kinetic energy absorbing polymer,�? in Proceedings of the 11th Annual Northeast .
2.205 JH-RELAYS 1.299 File No.: E43028; File No.: LR265 | Datasheets.org.uk
...relay inactive long period time? relay operated within ratings approved relevant international standard compliance required)? circuit protected from malfunction when relay's activation and/or deactivation time varies considerably? circuit protected from malfunctions that might result from relay contact bounce ? circuit protected from malfunction...
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