STRUTHERS-DUNN  136-62T3A1  Relay, 136 Series, Power - General Purpose, Non Latching, DPDT, 120 VAC, 30 A


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  • Manufacturer:
  • Newark Part No.: 94F3627
  • Manufacturer Part No 136-62T3A1

Product Overview

The 136-62T3A1 is a Flash Transfer Relay with DPDT silver alloy contacts. This 136-series flash transfer relays have a proven industry record of reliability. Their rugged design has allowed the products to be plugged in and left for years of service. Recent changes in lighting techniques from incandescent to LED have prompted us to respond with a redesigned relay better suited for the low currents of LED lighting but equally usable with tungsten lamps.
  • -34 to 74°C Operating temperature range



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Product Specifications, Documents & More

  • Approvals & Standards: -
  • Coil Resistance: -
  • Coil Type: Non Latching
  • Coil Voltage: 120VAC
  • Coil Voltage VAC Nom: 120V
  • Contact Configuration: DPDT
  • Contact Current: 30A
  • Contact Current Max: 30A
  • Contact Material: Silver Alloy
  • Contact Voltage AC Nom: 240V
  • Contact Voltage DC Nom: 28V
  • Contact Voltage VAC: 240V
  • Contact Voltage VDC: 28V
  • External Depth: 60.3mm
  • External Height: 70.4mm
  • External Width: 44.5mm
  • Nom Operating Power: 6VA
  • Product Range: 136 Series
  • Relay Mounting: Socket
  • Relay Terminals: Quick Connect
  • Relay Type: Power - General Purpose
  • SVHC: To Be Advised

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Price: $57.10 $57.1



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Legislation and Environmental

  • RoHS Compliant: No
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