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CIT Relay & Switch News - CIT Relay & Switch L115F2 Latching Relays

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CIT Relay & Switch now offering the L115F2 Series latching relay. This newest addition to the CIT relay family is ideal for energy smart applications. The UL/cUL approved L115F2 is a single coil power relay that can withstand heavy contact load with strong shock and vibration resistance. It is UL F class rated standard.

Specifications: Contact arrangements are 1A, 1B and 1C with contact ratings of 30A, 40A and 50A @ 277VAC. Contact resistance is less than 50 milliohms; contact material is AgSnO2 or AgSnO2In2O3. Tested electrical life of the L115F2 Series is 50k cycles with mechanical life of 1M cycles. The dielectric strength is 2500Vrms minimum coil to contact and 1500Vrms minimum contact to contact. Insulation resistance is 1000 W minimum at 500VDC. Shock resistance is 200m/s2 for 11 ms and vibration resistance is 1.5mm double amplitude 10~40Hz. Operating temperature is -55°C to 125°C. Solderability is 270°C for 5s. Weight is 28g or 20g no cover.

Pricing ranges are dependent upon options and volume. Contact CIT Relay & Switch for lead-time information.

   

 

About CIT Relay & Switch
CIT Relay & Switch, a division of Circuit Interruption Technology, Inc., manufactures a broad array of automotive, telecom, security, industrial and audio relays and switches in thru-hole, panel and surface mount styles. CIT Relay & Switch products are supported by a worldwide network of distributors and sales representatives.

CIT Relay & Switch
1152 Highway 10 NE,
Minneapolis, MN 55432.
Email: sales@citrelay.com
Web: www.citrelay.com
Phone: 763-535-2339
Fax: 763-535-2194

 



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