Electromechanical and semiconductor relays

Electromechanical and semiconductor relays

Relays switch and carry loads from low level to high power ≤300A, as well as high frequency signals ≤26.5GHz.

Energy-efficient and high-reliability switching solutions

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Automotive relays

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PhotoMOS relays

PhotoMOS relays

The world's most extensive product portfolio for industrial and automotive applications.
Safety relays

Safety relays

From 2-pole to 8-pole, all versions are polarized, feature low energy consumption and withstand high shock and vibration conditions.
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Power relays

A full range of power relays including: slim 5A relays for industrial automation; latching types for building automation: and 120A PCB devices.
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Signal relays

A broad portfolio of devices, including latching types, is available for loads up to 2A.
High frequency relays

High frequency relays

PCB and SMA versions are available, offering excellent RF characteristics ≤26.5GHz.
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Solid-state relays

The perfect solution for applications that require long-term reliability and very frequent switching.
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Discontinued relays

Discontinued relays / not for new application.
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Did you know? Coil types used in electromechanical relays

Relays, did you know?

Basically there are two types of relay coil. The most used standard coil is non-polarized - a simple copper wire winding. A strong magnetic field that drives the relay, requires either a high current or many turns - this needs space.

The second type of relay coil 'polarized'combines a permanent magnet with a smaller coil. The magnet supports the EM field of the coil. This reduces the number of turns required so devices can be smaller and consume less energy. Polarized coil systems are the basis of latching relays.


Name File type Size Date Language
PDF Short Form Relay Catalog, Shortform 5MB 04.03.2021 English
PDF Relay technical information Relay 3MB English
Catalog automotive relays English
PDF Catalog microwave devices Catalog 393KB 27.07.2017 English