TE Connectivity’s CII mid-range relays offer critical size and weight savings in aircraft applications. Their balanced force design provides the benefits of consistently high contact pressure, reduced bounce and less arching, helping lead to extended contact life. The relays vary in size from the compact 5 A package all the way up to a 50 A version in a 2,54 cm cube enclosure.
FC-325 Series relays are hermetically sealed devices designed for harsh inductive, motor and lamp load applications in aerospace, defence and marine markets. Configured as a 3PST/NO (DM), the double make/break contact design shares the load across two contact sets, resulting in less wear and tear on the relay. The relay’s all-welded design creates a reliable alternative to similar solder sealed relays in the market.
The Series FCA-210, FCA-410 and FCB-205 relays employ a polarised single-side stable design, where the flux from a permanent magnet provides the armature holding force in the deactivated state, and its flux path is switched and combined with the coil flux in the operated state. This results in appreciably increased contact pressure in both states over that of a spring return nonpolar design.
A variety of coil options are available which allow AC or DC control. Terminal styles include socket pins, solder pins and solder hooks. Each series comes with a variety of mounting options and all are qualified to MIL-PRF-6106 and MIL-PRF-83536.
Durable connectors for harsh conditions 25 November 2020, TRX Electronics
When the going gets tough, you need rugged, reliable and ready connections to see the job done right and through to completion. From industrial and heavy equipment to defence applications, only the best ...
Read more...Power conversion components eBook 25 November 2020, TRX Electronics
, Technical Literature
Mouser Electronics has collaborated with Bourns to produce a new eBook exploring best practices for working with power conversion components. Entitled ‘Achieving Enhanced Performance and Reliability’, ...
Read more...Mouser revamps technical resource centre 30 September 2020, TRX Electronics
Mouser Electronics has redesigned its Technical Resource Centre, which contains the global distributor’s ever-expanding collection of technical articles, blogs, eBooks, and Methods technology and solutions ...
Read more...Expanding the horizons with horizontal connectors 28 October 2020, TRX Electronics
Harwin Gecko-SL horizontal connectors bring the additional option of a male through-board connector at right angles to the PCB, i.e. horizontal. The existing Gecko-SL range already offers a miniature ...
Read more...TRX welcomes Hannes Taute as new MD 28 October 2020, TRX Electronics
, Editor's Choice, News
We delve into his background, what his plans for TRX Electronics are, and how he envisions what the future of the local electronics industry will look like.
Read more...Capacitors for fast-switching semiconductors 30 September 2020, TRX Electronics
, Passive Components
KEMET's KC-LINK surface mount capacitors are designed to meet the growing demand for fast switching wide bandgap (WBG) semiconductors that operate at higher voltages, temperatures, and frequencies. These ...
Read more...Resources for home and building automation 31 August 2020, TRX Electronics
Mouser Electronics is expanding its comprehensive range of building automation solutions from Silicon Labs, TE Connectivity (TE), and Littelfuse for the rapidly growing smart home and building automation ...
Read more...Compact, easy-to-integrate contactors 31 August 2020, RS Components (SA)
, Switches, Relays & Keypads
RS Components is now stocking Eaton’s complete Moeller series of compact DILMT contactors. Easy to integrate in a variety of industrial machines and systems, the contactors enable space savings of up ...
Read more...Expect a V-shaped recovery for passive components 29 July 2020, TRX Electronics
This MarketEYE analysis presents Paumanok’s quarterly market forecast and outlook for passive components, updated to include recent financial reporting and forecasts by major vendors of passive components ...