Power Relays Ensure User Safety

July 1, 2001
Designed with the safety of both user and equipment in mind, the SafeT2 electromechanical safety relays come in eight different families and incorporate force-guided contact sets that fail in a predicted mode. The multipole relays are rugged, handle

Designed with the safety of both user and equipment in mind, the SafeT2 electromechanical safety relays come in eight different families and incorporate force-guided contact sets that fail in a predicted mode. The multipole relays are rugged, handle up to 10A, and offer high dielectric strength. Maximum switching voltage is rated at 230/240 Vac and 300 Vdc. The relays can be used in monitoring devices, emergency stop modules, safety door controls, two-hand control systems, sensor-output units, rotation control, down-time monitoring, and light barriers and curtains. Four of the relay families, the GE, GF, GG and GH, differ from conventional relays by their fault-tolerant operation. In the case of a contact weld, all remaining poles automatically open up. With a maximum height of 15.5 mm, they maintain a 0.5 mm minimum contact gap between contacts of equal length, even in the event of non-contact openings such as a contact weld. Pricing is from $18.50 to $45 each/500.

Company: TELEDYNE RELAYS

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