Solid state relays serve a wide range of industrial applications, using electronic components to switch a circuit on or off. With no moving parts, these relays are ideal for applications requiring many contact closures and extended life. Models include general purpose relays in panel, DIN rail or socket mount styles, and hazardous location relays for harsh environments.
A solid state relay switch is a control relay with isolated input and output, whose functions are achieved by means of electronic components without the use of moving parts such as those found in electromechanical relays. These electronic relays are ideal for applications with many contact closures since solid state relay switches offer a greatly extended life compared to electromechanical relays.
These industrial solid state relays are also referred to as: solid state relay switches, control relays, SSR relays, electrical relay switches, DIN rail relays, electrical control relays, panel mount relays and hockey puck relays.
AD-SSR6 series Class 6 solid state relays - an energy-efficient alternative to standard electro-mechanical relays with high load ratings up to 75 amps in a finger-safe "Hockey Puck" housing.
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AD-SSR2 / AD-SSR6 Series
- AC & DC input, AC output with 10 to 65 amp loads
- Class 8 solid state relays with energy efficient current switching in a slim, space-saving housing
- hazardous location solid state relays (HAZLOC relays) 8 to 15 amp loads
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Class 8 hazardous location series in a slim, space-saving housing with the added feature of being approved for hazardous locations (Class 1, Div. 2, Groups A, B, C, D).
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