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- Impulse withstand voltage
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Selection of safety rated control relays
1) For motors with poor overload capacity, the rated current IRT of the thermal element is 60%-80% of the rated current IN of the motor.
2) In infrequent starting occasions, if the starting current of the motor is 6 times its rated current and the starting time does not exceed 6 seconds, safety control relays can be selected according to the rated current of the motor.
3) When the motor is a repetitive and short-time work system, attention should be paid to determining the operating frequency of the relay. For motors with higher operating frequency, it is not advisable to use the motor as overload protection.
Relay safety output
Transistor signal output
Relay contact capacity
Maximum switching capacity
12A (distributed on all safety output contacts)
AgSnO2 + 0.2µmAu
Maximum input cable resistance
Impulse withstand voltage
Shell IP30, terminal IP20, it is recommended to install in the cabinet or shell IP54
EN ISO 13849-1:2015
The use of safety control relays in the automotive industry is also becoming more widespread. The more common relays are: starting safety control relays for starting motors, horn safety control relays, motor or generator disconnection relays, charging voltage and current adjustment relays, transition signal flashing relays, light brightness control relays, and air conditioning control relays, sliding doors Automatic opening and closing control relay; glass window lift control relay.