What's special about these this relay?
- Designed to withstand the current of the electrical circuit into which they are inserted, and cut off power before an emergency occurs
- Power relays are classified as arc extinguishing equipment and protect your valuable electronic equipment
- Class F temperature insulation keeps equipment running cool for safety
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|DEL-20844-84||275 Series 35 Amp Power Relay||2.35"H x 2.53"W x 1.5"D||0.25 lb.|
Deltrol Controls Relays control electrical loads in a wide variety of applications. This type of power relay is typically used for motor control, lighting control, HVAC, laundry equipment, welding equipment, traffic controller equipment, and power supplies.
- 35 Amps switching on all contacts through a DPDT Configuration for twice the protection
- Economically priced, low cost alternative to other small contractors and methods of electrical protection
|Contact data configuration:||Thru DPDT, including SPST-NO-DM, SPST-NC-DB and DMDB|
|Materials:||All contacts 1/4" silver cadmium oxide|
|USA/Canada European Coil Voltages:||AC: up to 277 Volts @60 Hz or 250 Volts@50 Hz|
|Coil Treatment:||Molded DuPont Rynite ® Std. Class F|
|Insulation Resistance:||100 MegaΩ minimum|
|UL Insulation System File No.:||E74443 S155D 155°C total temperature|
|Pick Up (at 25°C):||AC Volts: 85% or less of nominal|
|Operate Time:||Approximately 15 milliseconds|
|Release Time:||Approximately 15 milliseconds|
|Operating Temperature:||AC: -45° to 75°C|
|Coil Voltage||120 VAC|
|Coil Temperature Rise:||(25°C ambient - continuous duty)
AC: 45°C @ 60 Hz - use at 50 Hz will cause slight increase in coil rise
|Electrical At Rated Load (Minimum):||100,000 operations|
|Mechanical Life:||10,000,000 operations|
|Dielectric Strength:||1200 VRMS - 60 Hz between contacts
2200 VRMS - 60 Hz between other elements
|Terminals:||All except P suffix: 0.250" x 0.032" quick connect solder
P suffix: printed circuit pins
|Cover:||Clear polycarbonate - flammability rating UL 94V2|
|Weight:||0.25 oz. (85 g)|
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