Automotive relays and sockets

  • 02-Dec-2016 07:24 EST
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CIT Relay & Switch (Minneapolis, MN), a division of Circuit Interruption Technology, Inc., offers automotive relays from low current up to a highest switching capacity of 80 amps with voltages ranging from 6-v DC to 72-v DC. PC pin and quick connect mounting methods offer multiple choices for the design engineer, along with the option of mounting tabs in plastic and metal. CIT also offers automotive relays with a shroud option and sockets for mounting solutions. Pricing ranges are dependent upon options and volume. For more information, visit http://www.citrelay.com/

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