Tagging relays

Oct. 12, 2006
These tagging relays are designed with serial communication capability and can be used to optimize automated breaker control schemes or existing power distribution systems.

The series 24 offers two positions and up to ten decks. Their contact ratings are 20A @ 120Vac and 3A @125Vdc. Coil burdens range from 9.9A @ 48Vdc to 6.6A @ 125Vac. The series 31 have a contact ratings range of 10A @ 120Vac and 1A @ 125Vdc and coil burden ranges from 9.7A @ 48Vdc to 4.1A @125Vac. All models allow bi-directional operation and have two N/O and two N/C contacts per deck. Standard operating voltages are 48Vdc.

Electroswitch, 180 King Avenue, Weymouth, MA 02188, (781) 335-5200, www.electroswitch.com

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