Space-Saving Signal Relay Meets Bellcore's 2500V Surge Requirement

Sept. 1, 1998
Claimed as the industry's smallest signal relay, the AGN measures just 10.60 mm x 5.70 mm x 9 mm. It occupies just 60.4 mm2 of pc board surface area and is said to be approximately one-half the size and weight of the firm's existing TX signal relay.

Claimed as the industry's smallest signal relay, the AGN measures just 10.60 mm x 5.70 mm x 9 mm. It occupies just 60.4 mm2 of pc board surface area and is said to be approximately one-half the size and weight of the firm's existing TX signal relay. The AGN polarized 2 Form C relay comes in through-hole and SMT versions, can switch 1A at 30 vdc, and is capable of meeting Bellcore's surge requirement of 2500V between contact and coil. Applications include portable and handheld products.

Company: AROMAT CORP.

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