Solid state relay series for control panels

AutomationDirect’s 750R series of industrial relays has been expanded to include additional electromechanical and solid state relays and are designed for applications including power to sequence controls and control panels.
By AutomationDirect March 26, 2015

AutomationDirect’s 750R series of industrial relays has been expanded to include additional electromechanical and solid state relays and are designed for applications including power to sequence controls and control panels. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect’s 750R series of industrial relays has been expanded to include additional electromechanical and solid state relays. The 750R series relays are 10 Amp general purpose relays designed for applications including power to sequence controls and control panels. The 750R series features an octal base design, silver alloy with gold flashed contacts and 1500 Vrms open contact dielectric strength. These electromechanical relays are designed to provide high reliability and long life, as well as high vibration and shock resistance. Additional models are available in double-pole double-throw and three-pole double-throw styles with 12 and 24 V dc and 12 to 240 V ac coil input voltages. Additional features include a flag indicator to show relay status in manual or powered condition, an LED indicator to show proper functionality, and a pushbutton for manual operation of the relay without the need for power to the coil.

Additional AD-series solid state relays are available in 22 mm and 45 mm zero-cross and random-switching versions. The AD-SSR series relays feature 90 to 280 V ac, 90 to 140 V ac and 4 to 32 V dc input ranges, depending on style; available contact ratings are 10 A, 30 A, 45 A, and 65 A. The DIN rail or panel mountable relays also feature integral finger-safe covers and heatsinks, as well as internal RC (snubber) network and RFI suppression.  

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