70-750DL11-1 - 

Relay Socket, DIN Rail, Panel, Screw, 11 Pins, 16 A, 300 V

70-750DL11-1 - Relay Socket, DIN Rail, Panel, Screw, 11 Pins, 16 A, 300 V
70-750DL11-1 - Relay Socket, DIN Rail, Panel, Screw, 11 Pins, 16 A, 300 V

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DIN Rail, Panel
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The 70-750DL11-1 is a 11-pin finger-safe Relay Socket with M3.5 combination head zinc-plated steel screw terminals, zinc-plated copper alloy internal metal tracks construction. Offers a one stop solution for power management system. Plug-in switching capabilities from 5 to 20 Amps. Ejector clips, ribbed relay housings and space-saving sockets allow for easy removal from crowded DIN rails. Color and appearance designed for high visibility in all environments. Wiring diagrams include NEMA and IEC standards. For use with Magnecraft 750-series relays.
  • Light gray body color
  • Red plastic locking clip DIN locking method
  • Screw Clamping wire connection method
  • UL94V-0 Flammability rating
  • IP20 Protection rating
  • -40 to 80°C Operating temperature range



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