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IMO 2A DPCO Subminiature Signal Relays EM2


IMO 2A DPCO Subminiature Signal Relays EM2

IMO
Manufacturer: IMO

 
Full Technical Specification 

A range of DPCO signal relays in a DIL package that features a high switching capacity.

  • DIL package
  • High switching capacity
  • Fully sealed for immersion cleaning
  • UL/cUL approved


Products

Technical Specification
Switching current max.2A
Switching voltage max.120V DC/240V AC
Switching power max.125VA/60W
Contact rating (res. load)2A 30V DC/1A 125V DC
Coil power200mW
Contact resistance50mΩ
Insulation resistance1000MΩ @ 500V DC
Dielectric strength1500V AC 1 min.
Operate time6ms
Release time4ms
Operating temperature–40°C to +85°C
Mechanical life1 x 108 ops.
Electrical life1 x 105 ops. @ 2A 30V DC
Dimensions20.2 x 11.5 x 10mm

 60-198060-198260-1984
Coil voltage nom.5V DC12V DC24V DC
Coil resistance125Ω720Ω2880Ω
Pickup voltage3.75V DC9V DC18V DC
Dropout voltage0.5V DC1.2V DC2.4V DC
Allow voltage10V DC24V DC48V DC
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Questions


Question by Alf King | Product code: 60-1982
20 February 2014

QI am thinking of using a 12v DC power supply to power your 60-1982 relays am I right in thinking this is a suitable supply voltage? Also being new to wiring up relays can you give me the correct pin-outs for this unit so I do not connect them incorrectly (I cannot find anything on your website that gives pin-out labeling of these relays)
AHi Alf. Thank you for your question. These are 12V relays and the pin our is in the data sheet.

Question by Paul Glenister
10 December 2013

QDo I need a resistor if using a six volt supply
AHi Paul. Thank you for your question. The coil will allow up to 8 volts according to the data sheet so you should just get away with this but it may be worth adding a resistor.

Question by Steven Teasdale
30 January 2012

QHi, Could you tell me if there is a base/socket available for this relay or is it PCB mounted only? Subminiature Signal Relay EM2 Kind Regards Steve
AThanks for your enquiry Steven. I'm afraid we do not offer a pcb mount for this unit.

Question by
12 December 2011

QHi, Are these relays latching? Thanks
AThanks for your enquiry Robert - Unfortunately these are not latching relays and we do not offer any that are.


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