30A Relay Ranks As Market’s Smallest

TE Connectivity (TE) introduces the Potter & Brumfield relay T9G series, a 30A power PCB relay for HVAC, appliances and industrial control applications. The component is touted as the smallest relay in its class, with a 30% smaller package size and 13% less PCB floor space while maintaining a standard footprint.

 

TE’s T9G series is a globally versatile relay with UL, CQC and VDE certifications. Its PCB and quick-connect terminations also make the relay user-friendly and easy to install. TE’s T9G series meets IEC 61810-1 for reinforced insulation due to its breakthrough design where the distance between coil and contacts has been increased, while the overall package is smaller. The benefit is helping to prevent circuit flashover from control to load, resulting in a safer application.

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According to TE, upgrading existing applications to the T9G series may incur:

  • Better dielectric strength: T9G series has a 4kV between coil and contact rating providing better galvanic isolation
  • Increased surge resistance withstand voltage: T9G series has 8kV rating providing a higher degree of protection for the application.
  • Power reduction: The T9G uses a 900mW coil that provides a 10% power reduction vs. conventional 1W 30A Power PCB relays.

Need more information and specs on the T9G series? visit the Product Information Center and/or call 800-522-6752.

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