DIN-rail-mounted relays

788 Series pluggable, DIN-rail-mounted relays uses Cage Clamp ''S'' spring pressure connection technology for push-in connection of solid wire or ferruled stranded wire and screwdriver actuated connection of all wire types.

03/01/2004



788 Series pluggable, DIN-rail-mounted relays uses Cage Clamp ''S'' spring pressure connection technology for push-in connection of solid wire or ferruled stranded wire and screwdriver actuated connection of all wire types. Compact design relay is just 15-mm wide. Other features include pluggable electronics with LED/neon lamp for switching status indication, with/without diode for circuit protection; connection points premarked for easy circuit identification out of the box, with optional custom marking on the relay lever; and compatibility for all small switching relays with standard 5-mm pin spacing. Series is designed for terminating wire sizes 22-14 AWG and switching up 16 Amps at up to 230 V; devices carry a UL flammability rating of UL94-VO.

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