CAB: Alternating Relay

• Duplex Pump Control

 

• CMOS Design

 

• 10 Amp Relay

 

• DPDT

 

• Indicating LEDs

 

• Reliable

 

• Transient Protected

Operation

Alternating Relay

Input voltage and a customer supplied contact are required. When input voltage is first applied to the CAB, its internal relay remains de-energized. First closure of the contact (C1) does not cause a transfer of the internal relay. Opening the contact (C1) for the first time causes the internal relay to energize, transferring the output contacts. Each subsequent opening of the contact (C1) will cause the relay to transfer to the other position (alternating). Removal of input voltage from the CAB resets the internal relay to its initial condition (de-energized).

 

Specifications

Electrical

Input Voltage: 24 to 230VAC, ±10%, 50/60Hz. Control Signal: 100 mSec. min. to ensure transfer Reset Times: 100 Milliseconds, Typical Protection: Varistor and/or R-C Network Power Consumption: 4VA Output Relay: 10 Amps @ 120/240VAC 500,000 Full Load Electrical Cycles 50,000,000 Mechanical Cycles U.L and CSA Ratings: 5 Amps, 1/3 HP, 125VA @ 230VAC 5 Amps, 1/6 HP, 125VA @ 120VAC

 

Physical

Mounting: Plug-In

Termination: 8 or 11 Pin & Blade Base

Packaging: Dust Cover

Weight: 7 Oz.

 

Ambient Temperatures

Operating: -10°C to 40°C

U.L. Operating: -10°C to 40°C

Storage: -10°C to 85°C

 

R-K Electronics, Inc.
 

7405 Industrial Row 

Mason, OH 45040

 

800.543.4936

 

sales@rke.com

 

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