DIRT110A - 

Current Monitoring Relay, IR.T Series, SPDT, 10 A, Socket, 250 VAC, Quick Connect

DIRT110A - Current Monitoring Relay, IR.T Series, SPDT, 10 A, Socket, 250 VAC, Quick Connect

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IR.T Series
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IR.T Series
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The DIRT110A is a Solid State Relay with SPDT silver cadmium oxide contact and quick-connect terminals. This IR.T-series socket mount, current control relay features start-up inhibit, adjustable hysteresis, multiple voltages, automatic or manual control and LED relay status indicator.
  • Delay on upward crossing of the threshold can be set at 0.1 to 10s on front panel
  • Time-out of high threshold overrun adjustable from 0.1 to 3 seconds via front panel
  • -10 to 60°C Operating temperature range


Industrial, Automation & Process Control

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