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

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    Electromagnetic relay with plug-in terminals, 8 pins DPDT, silver alloy contacts, optional coil volatge 12V DC, 24V DC, 110V AC and 220V AC, contact load 10A/250V AC 28V DC, compact size and clear plastic housing.
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    8-pin electromagnetic relay with DPDT contact configuration can be widely used in remote control, electronic equipment, communication equipment, automatic control system and tools etc. Low cost and high quality.
    This video introduces the MK 2P-I series electromagnetic relay provided by ATO. With its convenient wiring, rapid reset, durable construction, and consistent performance, this relay promises enhanced safety and efficiency in electric circuit management.


    Basics Model ATO-MK2P-1 (Relay with Socket)
    Dimension (L*W*H) 35×35×53mm
    Weight 76g
    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/250V AC 28V DC
    Coil Power DC≤2W, AC≤3.5VA
    Coil Voltage Optional: 12V DC, 24V DC, 12V AC, 24V AC, 36V AC, 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 105 Times (Frequency: On 1 Time/1s, Off 1 Time/1s)
    Mechanical 106 Times (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 & Connection Diagram
    MK2P electromangetic relay dimensions connection diagramRelay Socket Size
    MK2P 1 electromagnetic relay socket sizeDetails

    Electromagnetic Relay, 8-pin DPDT Details

    Tips: Applications of electromagnetic relays

    1. Flood alarm: open or close a circuit by changes of water level to realize alarm function.
      When the water level exceeds the warning line, the floater will float up. As a result, the circuit will be closed and the electromagnet will attract the armature. Then, alarm indicator is powered on to alarm users.
    2. Automatic temperature alarm: the level of mercury changes with temperature. Its changes could be used to control opening and closing of the circuit and realize function of the automatic temperature alarm. When temperature rises to a threshold value, mercury in the thermometer will rise to the wire. Mercury is a kind of conductor, so it could be used to close the circuit of the electromagnetic system. As a result, the electromagnet will attract the spring and close the alarm circuit to make it ring up. When temperature falls, mercury in the thermometer will be disconnected from the wire. Consequently, the spring will restore its position and the electromagnetic circuit will be opened to silence the alarm.

    The Difference Between Solid State Relays and Electromagnetic Relays

    SSR and EMR are both commonly used electrical control components. Their main difference is that solid state relays are usually based on semiconductor technology and have no mechanical contacts, while electromagnetic relays rely on electromagnetic effects to control the opening and closing of switches. Taken together, SSR have advantages in response speed, durability, and anti-interference capabilities, and are particularly suitable for application scenarios that require fast response and high precision. The EMR performs better in terms of cost and heat dissipation requirements, and is suitable for cost-sensitive applications with low heat dissipation requirements.

    Existing reviews of Electromagnetic Relay, 8-pin DPDT, 12V/24V/110V/220V coil
    Handy electromagnetic relay
    Equal in quality to any relays I've used in industry applications. Handy LED indicator.  Electromagnetic relays plug in and out of the socket smoothly and firmly. Highly recommended!!!
    From: Jeffy | Date: 09/01/2023
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    Works perfectly
    Needed to get remote power with a 120VAC trigger, for some stage lighting, and these relays are going to work out great! I've had the relay installed for 5 days at the time of writing this review. It has performed as expected. I would buy it again, and look into getting a mounting bracket for easier installation.
    From: sbn | Date: 21/04/2022
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