RM1A23A25 - 

Solid State Relay, SPST, 25 A, 265 VAC, Panel, Screw, Zero Crossing

RM1A23A25 - Solid State Relay, SPST, 25 A, 265 VAC, Panel, Screw, Zero Crossing

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RM1A Series
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Zero Crossing
RM1A Series
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The RM1A23A25 is a 1-pole zero switching AC Solid-state Relay with AC control voltage, RM series. The industrial, 1-phase relay with anti-parallel thyristor output is the most widely used industrial SSR due to its multiple application possibilities. The relay can be used for resistive, inductive and capacitive loads. The zero switching relay switches ON when the sinusoidal curve crosses zero and switches OFF when the current crosses zero. The instant-on relay with DC control input can be used for phase control. The built-in varistor secures transient protection for the heavy industrial applications and the LED indicates the status of the control input. The clip-on cover is securing touch protection to IP20. Protected output terminals can handle cables up to 16mm².
  • Housing free of molding mass
  • LED indication
  • Built-in varistor
  • Direct copper bonding (DCB) technology


Industrial, Power Management, Automation & Process Control

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