electromechanical relay


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electromechanical relay

[i¦lek·trō·mi′kan·ə·kəl ′rē‚lā]
(electromagnetism)
A protective relay operating on the principle of electromagnetic attraction, as a plunger relay, or of electromagnetic induction.
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We are pleased to release one of the industry's largest off-the-shelf portfolios of electromechanical relay switches," explains Tim Galla, Active RF Components Product Manager at Pasternack.
Designed for harsh environments, the MC33982 is a mixed-signal, multi-chip integrated circuit designed to replace electromechanical relays, fuses and discrete devices in a variety of embedded systems in appliances, power hand tools, dish positioning systems, and marine and automotive systems.
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These high-current, high voltage solid-state relays are Ideal re placements for electromechanical relays and other less sophisticated switching devices.
The company's electromechanical relays and electromechanical transfer switches are used on the rover and the Atlas V launch vehicle, respectively.
Tenders are invited for Design, manufacture, supply, retrofitting including sundry materials, testing & commissioning of different types of numerical and electromechanical relays
Microprocessor and intelligent relays are now being used extensively because they are multi-functional and cost efficient in comparison to electromechanical relays.
Both the Center and Shell of the BNC interface are switched via break-before-make electromechanical relays and the switch ports are transparent to all data.
IPC-1 microprocessor-based monitor/controller features fuzzy-logic control of peak values, automatic display of end-of-cycle reports via serial printer or PC, four configurable electromechanical relays, seven logic outputs, flexible input (piezoelectric, strain-gauge, and/or voltage), automatic conversions of force to pressure and strain to tonnage.
These high-current, high-voltage solid-state relays are ideal replacements for electromechanical relays and other less sophisticated switching devices.
Our OptoMOSSSR and high voltage circuits are prevalent throughout the industry offering semiconductor control, system isolation and board savings compared to electromechanical relays.
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