Latching relays

Northfield, Ill.— The 385 Series latching relay is a mechanically latched, electrically reset relay used in applications where the relay contacts need to remain in the last set position with the power off. The device's one-piece terminals are standard 0.187-in. quick-disconnect and also pierced for solder termination.

04/01/2002


Northfield, Ill.— The 385 Series latching relay is a mechanically latched, electrically reset relay used in applications where the relay contacts need to remain in the last set position with the power off. The device's one-piece terminals are standard 0.187-in. quick-disconnect and also pierced for solder termination. Its molded polycarbonate dust cover can be DIN-rail mounted and incorporates mounting slots that match the mounting hole of competitive open-frame relays. Contacts are rated at 15 A. The 385 is available in all standard coil voltages. Contact arrangements include DPDT, 4PDT, and 6PDT. www.magnecraft.com Magnecraft & Struthers-Dunn





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