This relay comes with SPST N.O. contact arrangements with contact ratings of 40A @ 14V dc, 20A @ 120V ac and 15A @ 28V dc. It can also come with SPST N.C. or SPDT contact arrangements, each of which offer 30A @ 14V dc, 20A @ 12V ac and 15A @ 28V dc. The relay has a maximum switching power of 360W, maximum switching voltage of 150V dc, 380V ac, and maximum switching current of 40A. Made for high-in-rush applications, the A5 is vibration and shock-resistant, plus it has a high-heat resistant design that carries a 20-amp current in 125C. It has coil voltage choices ranging from 6V dc to 24V dc. It comes with both sealed American and European PC layout styles, the latter being CE certified. It usually lasts for 10M mechanical cycles and 100,000 electrical cycles.
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