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Talking About High-Voltage Reed Relays, and the Applications They Serve

Feb. 8, 2024
Pickering's Robert King gives insight on the company’s latest high-voltage surface-mount reed relays that target multiple test-related platforms.

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In this episode of Inside Electronics, we chat with Robert King, Product Development Manager at Pickering Electronics, about the company’s latest high-voltage surface-mount reed relays. The devices are suitable for mixed-signal semiconductor and medical equipment testing, EV charge-point testing, and monitoring solar-cell photovoltaic efficiency.

The reed relays, which can switch up to 1 kV, come in 2 Form A and 1 Form B packages, in various contact configurations with coil voltages of 3, 5, or 12 V. Switch stand-off is up to 3 kV in the 1 form A package, up to 2 kV in the 1 form B package, and up to 1.5 kV in the 2 form A package.

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