Usually, print relays are used on PCBs. The contacts of the Schrack print relays are made of a material which is easy to solder. There are different types of print relays:
The Bistable Print Relay PE
The PE Print Relay, aka PE Bistable Print Relay from Schrack Technik comprises either 1 CO or 1 NO. Its 3 to 48 V DC coil can be used for monostable or bistable operation.
This bistable relay is best used for industrial equipment electronics or in household appliances.
RE: Good Things Come in Small Packages
The RE Miniature Print Relay from Schrack Technik has 1 NO and a DC coil supporting 5 to 48 V. It is recommendable for temperature controllers and interface cards, in household appliances or programmable controls.
Slimline Leaves More Room for More
The Schrack Technik Print Relay SNR is only 5 mm wide, which saves a lot of PCB space. It includes 1 CO or 1 NO for 6 A. The DC coil can be used from 5 to 60 V. SNR Print Relays are used to switch heater controls, slimline couplers or interfaces.
RY II Print Relay
Its DC coil is designed to support 5 to 60 V at a contact current of 8 A. The RY II Print Relay is most frequently used in timers, heater controls and as timer relay.
RZ Print Relay
The powerful RZ Print Relay with either 12 or 16 A has either 1 CO or 1 NO. The DC coil for 5 to 48 V makes it universally suitable.
Hot, Hotter - Power Relays
Depending on your requirements, the RT Power Relay from Schrack Technik is available with either 1 or 2 COs or NOs and either a 5 to 110 V DC coil or a 24 to 230 V AC coil. This relay can be used for monostable or bistable operation. It is designed for high temperature applications. Thanks to its versatility the Schrack RT Power Relay can be used for all types of applications.
There is More
For the Schrack Technik MT Relays, there are plug-in sockets with solder or print pins available to be used on DIN rails. The RM Power Relays from Schrack Technik are available as plug-in or print versions. Mounting is possible by clip and/or on DIN rails.