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Takamisawa A12-WK 12V DPDT Micro Relay

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Brand: Takamisawa MPN: A-12-W-K
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A very low profile, high sensitivity, 2-pole changeover relay, in a compact, fully sealed package.

  • 12V DC coil voltage
  • Micro-miniature relay
  • DPDT contact
  • 125V AC / 110V DC contact voltage
  • 2A contact current
  • 62.5VA / 30W load
  • 1028Ω coil resistance
  • 140mW coil power
  • 6ms operate time
  • 4ms release time
  • Gold over silver contact
  • 2.54mm pitch
  • 14mm long, 9mm wide, 5mm high
  • 1.2g weight
  • Conform to FCC part 68
  • Withstands surges of 1500V
  • UL and CSA approved

Dimensions14 x 9 x 4.75mm
Contact rating:2A 30V DC, 0.5 A 125V AC
Maximum switching:Power30W DC
Voltage220V DC, 250V AC
Contact arranementDouble pole changeover
Contact materialGold overlay silver alloy
Operate/release time6ms/4ms
Coil consumption140mW
Operating temperature–40°C to +85°C
Takamisaswa part nos.A5-WK (60-4030)
A12-WK (60-4032)

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28 February 2016 Question by: John Keane | Product code: 60-4032
Q. The pin diagram for relay A12-WK shows a + sign at one end of the coil. Is the coil really polarised as this suggests? Will it work if conections to the coil are reversed?
A. Hi John, thank you for your question. This type of relay is polarised so would be unwise to attempt any other connection as show in the last page of the data sheet.


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