Non-Latching Relays

Non-latching relays can also be referred to as an electromechanical relay or an industrial switch. This is because non-latching relays are commonly found within industrial environments and are an electrical and mechanical device.

How does a non-latching relay work?

The main function of a relay corresponds to a mechanical switch that has been electrically actuated, these relays are electrically operated switches that rely on mechanical contacts as a switch mechanism. These types of relays are made up of coils and contacts, once a coil is stimulated, the generated magnetic field maneuvers the relay, this then enables the contact to open or close.

Non-latching relays are in a normally closed (NC) position and continue to stay in this state without power. When any power circulates through the circuit, the relay switches to a normally open (NO) position through the use of an internal coil, which then generates a magnetic force enabling the normally open (NO) position to hold./p>

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Non-latching relays support a variety of signal characteristics, ranging from low voltage or current to high voltage or current and from DC to GHz frequencies.

What is the difference between a latching relay and a non-latching relay?

When a latching relay operates its contacts, the relay holds its position, even when the supply of its operating coil has been disconnected.

When a non-latching relay operates its contacts, the relay will reset automatically once the supply of its coil is disconnected through the internal spring mechanism.

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Description Price Coil Voltage Contact Configuration Mounting Type Switching Current Maximum Switching Current AC Maximum Switching Current DC Terminal Type Coil Resistance Series Maximum Switching Voltage AC Maximum Switching Voltage DC Application Length Depth
RS Stock No. 181-2622
Mfr. Part No.RHN412G
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