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Comus GR100 Standard Dry Contact Reed Sw

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Brand: Comus MPN: GR100
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Standard low-cost, long-life glass sealed dry contact rhodium reed switch from Comus, Typical applications include liquid level sensors, security systems, reed relays, proximity sensors and counting devices.

  • Tested to one billion operations
  • Switching voltage 100V DC/150V AC
  • Switching current 1A
  • Switching capacity 10VA
  • NO contacts
  • Contact resistance 100mR

Contact rating10VA10VA10VA
Switching current1A1A0.5A
Carry current1.5A1.5A1A
DC switching voltage100V100V100V
AC switching voltage150V rms125V rms100V rms
Breakdown voltage250V DC250V DC200V DC
Contact resistance100mΩ100mΩ150mΩ

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31 January 2017 Question by: Peter Banfield | Product code: 78-1010
Q. Hello, Will this allow current to flow when there is or isn't a magnetic field present? Thanks
A. Hi Peter, thank you for your question. This has a normally open circuit when no magnetic field is present so current will flow without the presence of a magnet.


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