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D3209 - 

Signal Relay, DPDT, 5 VDC, 2 A, FX2 Series, Through Hole, Non Latching

D3209 - Signal Relay, DPDT, 5 VDC, 2 A, FX2 Series, Through Hole, Non Latching
D3209 - Signal Relay, DPDT, 5 VDC, 2 A, FX2 Series, Through Hole, Non Latching

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Manufacturer Part No:
D3209
Newark Part No.:
07H3862
Product Range
FX2 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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DPDT
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5VDC
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2A
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FX2 Series
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Through Hole
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Non Latching
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250V
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Solder
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220V
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Palladium Ruthenium
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178ohm
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Product Overview

The FX2 series Signal Relay with 2-form-C bifurcated contacts (2CO) and 2A switching current. The high surge capability (1.2/50μs and 10/700μs) meets Telcordia GR 1089 and FCC part 68 up to 2900V between open contacts and up to 6000V between coil and contacts. It offers high dielectric characteristic up to 2100Vrms between open contacts.
  • Hermetically sealed (RT V)
  • High mechanical shock up to 1500g survival
  • 80/140mW High sensitivity for low power consumption

Applications

Industrial, Signal Processing, Communications & Networking, Test & Measurement, Consumer Electronics, Medical

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