Two-pole solid state relays

The 2-pole solid state relays from the RK Series was developed to reduce the size of components and provides solutions that minimize space requirements.
By Carlo Gavazzi December 7, 2016

The two pole solid state relays from the RK Series was developed to reduce the size of components and provides solutions that minimize space requirements. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziThe 2-pole solid-state relays (SSRs) from the RK Series was developed to reduce the size of components and provides solutions that minimize space requirements without compromising performance. The RK Series consists of SSR solutions that have 2 poles in a single housing. It gives the option of having the 2 poles controlled independently or simultaneously. The latter offers a cost-effective solution for economy switching of 3-phase loads. The RK Series SSRs are ideal for reliable switching of resistive loads. This series extends the current ratings of two pole solid state relays to 75 AAC per pole with a proper heat sink and provides output screw terminals for secure connectivity of cables with ferrules, ring, or fork terminals. The series can be used in applications involving switching of resistive heating elements.

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