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    Electromagnetic Relay, 8-pin DPDT, 12V/24V/110V/220V

    $34.77
    Available for 12/24V DC, 110/220V AC coil voltage, electromagnetic relay is characterized with DPDT contact configuration, 8 pins with plug-in terminals, contact load 10A/240V AC 28V DC. Favorable price and high quality.
    SKU: ATO-JQX-13F-2Z
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    8-pin DPDT electromagnetic relay is general purpose in compact size with low price and high quality, and has a wide range of applications such as remote control, electronic equipment, communication equipment, automatic control system and tools and so on.

    Specification

    Basics Model ATO-JQX-13F-2Z
    Dimension(L*W*H) 27×21×35mm
    Weight 40g
    Ambient Temperature -25℃~+55℃
    Terminal Type Plug in
    Number of Pins 8
    Technical Parameters Contact Form DPDT
    Contact Material Silver alloy
    Contact Capacity(Resistive load) 10A/240V AC 28V DC
    Coil Power DC≤0.9W, AC≤1.2VA
    Coil Voltage Optional: 12V DC, 24VDC, 110V AC, 220V AC
    Pick-up Voltage at 23℃ DC≤75%, AC≤80%
    Drop-out Voltage at 23℃ DC≥10%, AC≥30%
    Contact Resistance@6V DC 1A ≤100MΩ
    Dielectric Strength Between open contact ≥1200V AC 50Hz/1min
    Between adjacent contact ≥1500V AC 50Hz/1min
    Between coil & contact ≥1500VAC 50Hz/1min
    Leakage current ≤1mA
    Insulation Resistance(MΩ) ≥500MΩ at 500V DC
    Service life Electrical 105Times(Frequency: On 1 Time/1s, Off 1 Time/1s)
    Mechanical 106Times(Frequency: 300 Time/1min)

    Note: Here just shows the contact form DPDT, and another contact forms 2NO and 2NC are still available. What's more, please kindly note that other coil voltages are also available(DC: 6-220V; AC: 6-380V). If you have any requirments, please don't hesitate to contact us.

    Dimensions & Connecting diagram
    JQX-13F-2Z electromangetic relay dimensions connection diagram

    Tips: How to test an electromagnetic relay?

    1. Test of coil resistance: use multimeter to measure resistance of relay coil to judge whether the coil is bothered with open circuit. Resistance of the relay coil is closely related to its working voltage and working current. Working voltage and working current of the coil can be calculated according to its resistance.
    2. Test of contact resistance: turn the multimeter to its resistance mode and use it to measure resistance of normally closed contact and movable contact. Their resistance is supposed to be 0. If resistance appears unstable or bigger than the value, that means the contract is bothered with poor contact. If the resistance of the normally open contact and movable contact appears infinite, the condition shall be judged as contact adhesion. By this way, users can distinguish which one is normally closed contact, which one is normally open contact and whether the relay is in good condition (especially for used relay).
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