Switches, Relays & Keypads


Fourth-generation relay comes in compact, slim packaging

13 March 2002 Switches, Relays & Keypads

Fujitsu Components's fourth-generation signal relays not only meet the latest telecom industry standards, but are also available in more packaging options. Ultra-miniature dimensions of 10,6 mm x 5,7 mm, the company's slim-version FTR-B4 can help increase PCB mounting density in compact data networking and communications designs such as LANs, phones and portable measurement devices.

The FTR-B4 meets the Bellcore and FCC Part 68 requirements of 2500 V surge withstand between contact and coil and 1500 V surge withstand between open contacts, as well as IEC60950/UL1950/EN60950 standards for basic insulation and high breakdown voltage. Capable of switching 0,5 A at 125 V a.c. 1 A at 30 V d.c. and 0,3 A at 110 V d.c., the FTR-B4 is suitable for a variety of switching needs. Examples are: telecom, data networking and communications equipment.

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