Relays

Devices that can switch the current flow on and off in one circuit using the current flow in another circuit.

Power Relays, Over 2 Amps @ 30 VDC Power Relays, Over 2 Amps @ 30 VDC An electromechanical device which turns a large load on or off through the use of a smaller control signal. The contacts on these devices have a rating of 2 amps or higher.
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Signal Relays, Up to 2 Amps @ 30 VDC Signal Relays, Up to 2 Amps @ 30 VDC An electromechanical device which turns a large load on or off through the use of a smaller control signal. The contacts on these devices have a rating of 2 amps or less.
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Solid State Relays Solid State Relays An electronic device, without any mechanical parts, which turns a large load on or off through the use of a smaller control signal.
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Time Delay Relays Time Delay Relays An electromechanical device that turns a large load on or off through the use of a smaller control signal. These devices have some sort of built in circuit used to control events (initiation or triggering of the relay) using time.
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I/O Relay Modules I/O Relay Modules Standardized pluggable devices used in I/O systems for monitoring or controlling systems or acquiring signals. Device in this family convert a voltage input to a logic level signal.
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Relay Sockets Relay Sockets Devices that are used to allow relays to be easily inserted or removed from a circuit.
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Accessories Accessories Supplementary items that are used with relays.
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