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Smaller, more powerful semiconductor relay, ideal for motor control applications
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SAN JOSE, CA, July 15, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Solid State Optronics (SSO), a San Jose, California-based manufacturer of high quality optically isolated switching devices such as optocouplers and solid state relays, has added a 1 Form B version of its new miniature DC Output Solid State Relay with high continuous load current rating of up to 3.4A.
The SDM4102 is a DC, single-pole, single-throw, normally closed solid state relay in a 4-pin single inline package. The SDM4102 provides extremely low on resistance, typically 50mOhms and switches loads up to 60V DC. The combination of low on resistance, compact package outline and high load current capabilities make the SDM4102 a unique SSR solution for motor control, power supply, robotics and consumer appliance applications.
"While the market for Form B devices is smaller than that for Form A, we do see similar trends in demand for higher powered normally closed devices," said Juan Kadah, Managing Director of Solid State Optronics USA (SSO). "We are very agile at responding to the technical needs of our customers and the marketplace."
Additional SDM4102 Product Features and Availability
SDM4102 is available now in a SIP4 package, in sample and production quantities and is fully RoHS/Pb-Free/REACH compliant. The device requires low input control power consumption, typically 2mA, and provides a high isolation voltage of 3750Vrms minimum.
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