Products/Services for Wetting Voltage Relays

  • High Voltage Relays-Image
    High Voltage Relays - (91 companies)
    High voltage relays are electromechanical devices used to switch high voltage (> 1kV) signals. They operate using the same basic principles as electromechanical relays, but include features designed to allow use in high voltage applications...
    Maximum AC Switching Voltage
    Maximum DC Switching Voltage
    Dielectric Strength (Isolation Voltage)
  • Electromechanical Relays-Image
    Electromechanical Relays - (677 companies)
    ...reeds sticking in the "on" position. Reed relays in open and closed positions. Image Credit: National Instruments. High Voltage and Heavy Duty Relays. Heavy duty relays are often used for machine control and other industrial applications...
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    Solid State Relays - (592 companies)
    ...of solid components such as transistors, resistors, and capacitors. Solid state relays consist of two circuits: a low voltage control circuit and a higher voltage load (switching) circuit. Because they have no mechanical contacts to wear out, solid...
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    Relay Boards - (76 companies)
    Relay boards are computer boards with an array of relays and switches. They have input and output terminals and are designed to control the voltage supply. Relay boards provide independently programmable, real-time control for each of several...
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    Protective Relays and Monitoring Relays - (324 companies)
    ...then initiates the appropriate control circuit actions. Monitoring relays are used to verify conditions in the power system or in the protective system. Monitoring relay functions include fault detection, voltage checking, and direction-sensing that confirms...
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    Safety Relays - (161 companies)
    Safety relays and control modules differ from conventional relays in that they have force-guided or positive-driven contacts. Safety relays are electromechanical switching devices designed to prevent failure in critical switching operations. Relays...
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    Reed Relays - (102 companies)
    ...or maximum switching current. While most reed relays, including the ones described above, are dry devices, some reed relays use mercury-wetted contacts to reduce resistance and voltage drop. Because of the expense and toxicity of liquid mercury...
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    Time Delay Relays - (248 companies)
    Time delay relays and solid state timers use solid state electronic devices to provide a time delay. They may have displays, pots or other means of operator interface. They may also have electromechanical or solid state outputs. The number of time...
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    Relay Sockets - (154 companies)
    ...pin/blade sockets are often called "midgets ". PCB sockets are commonly available. Specifications. Performance specifications include number of poles, maximum voltage, and maximum current. Single-pole (SP) sockets are used with relays that control...
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    Pneumatic Relays and Volume Boosters - (59 companies)
    Pneumatic relays and volume boosters control output air flow and pressure in response to a pneumatic input signal. They can perform simple functions such as boosting or scaling the output, or use complex reversal, biasing, and math function...

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