Pluggable relay systems

  • 26-Apr-2010 02:56 EDT
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CN Series pluggable single inline solid-state relays (SSR), DIN rail-mounted sockets, and read-to-use SSR/socket assemblies from Crydom meet industry-standard pin-out configurations for both solid-state and electromechanical relays and are designed to be plugged into the company's DRSCN series sockets or soldered into printed circuit boards. The 5-mm (0.12-in) wide SSRs are optically coupled and are available with 2.5 to 12, 15 to 30, and 38 to 72 V dc input configurations. The 6.2-mm (0.24-in) wide DRSCN series sockets include input status LED indicator and are designed to accept industry-standard SSRs or EM relays and snap onto standard DIN rails. Marker strips for the sockets are offered for circuit function identification. Combining the relays and sockets, SSR/socket assemblies offer the features of both in a ready-to-use configuration.

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