electromagnetic relay

electromagnetic relay

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′rē‚lā]
(electromagnetism)
A relay in which current flow through a coil produces a magnetic field that results in contact actuation.
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Any switching operation in the electromagnetic relay is accompanied by contact bounce, which is due to the peculiarities of the structure of their contact systems.
The transducer is triggered via low-current electromagnetic relay connected to parallel port of the PC.
To that end, we have focused on a hardware sequencing scheme that is vastly faster than software sequencing due to latencies in most OS architectures." He added that the use of reed relays is important because they are much faster to open and close compared to electromagnetic relays (EMRs).
Because of its electromagnetic relays it was considered a relay computer.
Influence of the Electric Reactor Magnetic Field on the Electromagnetic Relays // Electronics and Electrical Engineering.--Kaunas: Technologija.--2010.--No.
The drawing and the parts list shows all three electromagnetic relays as identical.

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