12vdc Miniature High Power Spno Sealed Relay



Order Code:

60-1996

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Manufacturer: IMO
Manufacturer Part No: SRGA-1A-SL-12VDC
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Key Features

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An SPNO relay featuring a sealed construction that is ideal for heavy duty loads.
  • Sealed type
  • SPNO contacts
  • 30A Switching capability
  • PCB Coil terminals, ideal for heavy duty load
  • 4kV Dielectric strength coil to contact
  • High switching capacity
  • UL and TUV approved

Technical Specification

Technical Specification

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Contact arrangementSPNOSPCO
Switching current max.40A20A
Switching voltage max.28V DC/277V AC28V DC/277V AC
Switching power max.7200VA/560W4800VA/560W
Contact rating30A 240V AC/20A 28V DC20A 240V AC/20A 28V DC

Contact resistance50mΩ
Insulation resistance1000MΩ @ 500V DC
Dielectric strength2500V AC/4000V AC 1 min.
Operate time15ms
Release time10ms
Operating temperature–55°C to +85°C
Mechanical life1 x 107 ops.
Electrical life1 x 105 ops.
Dimensions30.2 x 24.6 x 19.8mm (open) 32.2 x 27 x 23.4mm (sealed)

Coil voltageSealed/OpenCoil resistancePickpup voltageDropout voltageMax. allowable voltageOrder code
SPNO      
12V DCSealed155Ω9V DC1.2V DC15.6V DC60-1996
24V DCSealed660Ω18V DC2.4V DC31.2V DC60-1998
12V DCOpen155Ω9V DC1.2V DC15.6V DC60-2004
24V DCOpen660Ω18V DC2.4V DC31.2V DC60-2006
SPCO      
12V DCSealed155Ω9V DC1.2V DC15.6V DC60-2000
24V DCSealed660Ω18V DC2.4V DC31.2V DC60-2002

Questions



Question by Steph | Product code: 60-1996
29th May 2013

QWhat is the operating current of the coil ?
AHi Steph. Thank you for your question. The coil will draw 80mA at 12V.

Question by Stephen Dorrington | Product code: 60-1996
28th May 2013

QIm looking at making a PDU for several high powered systems i have ... Would this relay be Suffice for the job?... I need no-more than 10A current flowing through it but id rather go overkill just incase, also can i confirm that i only need 12v to activate the relay ?...
AHi Stephen. Thank you for your question. 60-1996 would be suitable and the coil voltage is 12v.

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