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Solid-state relays minimize current, noise surges

Posted: 16 May 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:solid state relays? switching speed? Optek OSSR?

Optek Technology introduces a family of solid-state relays, designated as the OSSR series. The relays are offered in hockey puck (panel mount), SIP1 and SIP2 packages, and incorporate a zero crossing circuit that minimizes current and noise surges due to resistive and inductive loads. They are specified for applications ranging from white goods and appliances, to industrial and packaging equipment, robotics, motor controls and electric vehicles, as well as HVAC and alarm systems.

The OSSR series solid-state relays are available in three configurations: DC input/AC output with input ranging from 4-32Vdc, load current to 40A and load voltage to 480Vac; AC input/AC output with input ranging from 5-12Vac, 4-32Vac and 100-240Vac, along with load current to 40A and load voltage to 480Vac; and DC input/DC output with input range of 4-24VDC, load current to 3A and load voltage to 100Vac.

Typical pricing for the OSSR series ranges from $8 to $28 in quantities of 1 to 99 pieces, depending on the model selected.

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