Subminiature Relay

June 7, 2007
The RoHS-compliant J105E Series subminiature relay comes with SPST NO or SPDT contact arrangement in contact ratings of 10 A at 125 Vac, 4.2 A at 277 Vac, 5 A at 250 Vac, 120/250/277 Vac, TV-5, 120 Vac, and Pilot Duty: C150.

Maximum switching power is 150 W, 1,250 VA; maximum switching voltage is 300 Vac, 60 Vdc; and maximum switching current is 10 A. The relay's coil-voltage choices range from 3 to 4 8 Vdc and its electrical life at rated load is 100,000 cycles and mechanical life is 10 million cycles. Additional features of the J105E include 100 MW minimum insulation resistance at 500 Vdc; coil-to-contact dielectric strength of 4 kVrms minimum at sea level; and contact-to-contact dielectric strength of 100 Vrms minimum at sea level.

CIT Relay & Switch, 7003 Magda Dr., Maple Grove, MN 55369, (763) 535-2339, citrelay.com

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