General-Purpose Relays

July 12, 2007
A full line of general-purpose relays come in plug-in style for use with standard sockets in two, three, and four-pole configurations with ratings from 5 to 25 A.

A full line of general-purpose relays come in plug-in style for use with standard sockets in two, three, and four-pole configurations with ratings from 5 to 25 A. A transparent housing lets you visually monitor switching operations and contact conditions. Tape wound coils are marked with the coil voltage for easy identification. Low coil power consumption minimizes transformer and power supply requirements. The relays are UL and CSA certified and are CE marked for use in global applications. A full-line of hermetically sealed relays suitable for Class 1, Div. 2 hazardous locations is also available.

c3controls, Box 496, Beaver, PA 15009, (724) 775-7926, c3controls.com

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