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BE159A3EC1JBONOF PLC Radwell Basler Electric Transmission Distribut. Relays, Voltage/Phase Monitor PROTECTIVE RELAY TIME OVERCURRENT SOLID STATE
BE181OUT3GE2JA7S PLC Radwell Basler Electric Controls & Indicators, Time Delay Relay RELAY SOLID-STATE PROTECTIVE
2905200 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Solid-state relays - 2905200 Plug-in power solid-state relay, with LED and protective circuit in input and output circuits, input: 48 - 60 V DC, output: short-circuit-proof, 10 - 30 V DC/max. 2 A, can be plugged into basic terminal blocks
2905226 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Solid-state relays - 2905226 Plug-in power solid-state relay, with LED and protective circuit in input and output circuits, input: 220 V DC, output: short-circuit-proof, 10 - 30 V DC/max. 2 A, can be plugged into basic terminal blocks
M3AM367A7 PLC Radwell Fabbrica Italiana Rele Contactors & Starters, Solid State Overload/Relay PROTECTIVE RELAY MULTI SETTING W RESET
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  • 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
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    that supplies low-voltage secondary power for control circuitry. The SIP/SIP connection might be for a foot-switch control that activates the solid-state relay and therefore the motor. The product could be, for example, a smoke-evacuation device used to assist with RF surgical procedures. Notice
  • Suppression of Transients in an Automotive Environment (.pdf)
    by the alternator/regulator system to the low-level "noise" generated by the ignition system and various accessories. an9312 Suppression of Transients in an Automotive. Environment. Application Note. July 1999. AN9312.5. The initial stage of solid state electronics into the automobile. event

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