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84871122 - 

Current Monitoring Relay, MIC Series, SPDT, 5 A, DIN Rail, 250 VAC, Screw

84871122 - Current Monitoring Relay, MIC Series, SPDT, 5 A, DIN Rail, 250 VAC, Screw

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Manufacturer Part No:
84871122
Newark Part No.:
86K0429
Product Range
MIC Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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MIC Series
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SPDT
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5A
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DIN Rail
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250VAC
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Screw
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250VDC
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240V
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2A
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20A
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3VA
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Product Overview

The 84871122 is a DIN-rail mount Relay with SPDT contact and over-current (or undercurrent) function. This MIC relay controls the over-current. The relay closes when the current exceeds the threshold displayed on the front face and opens when it falls below the threshold minus the hysteresis. When terminal Y1 is connected to A1 (+), the output is inverted. The relay opens when the current exceeds the threshold displayed on the front face and closes again when it falls back below the hysteresis (undercurrent).
  • Built-in current transformer
  • True RMS measurement
  • 200ms Reset time
  • 500ms Delay on pick-up time
  • -20 to 50°C Operating temperature range

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Industrial

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