Relays & Accessories

A Relay is an electrical device that is typically incorporating an electromagnet that is activated by a current or signal in one circuit to open or close another circuit. When a machine or an engine must control a circuit using a lower-power signal, or when several circuits must be controlled using one uniform signal, a relay makes this possible.

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Control Relay General Purpose Relay
Overload Relay Power Relay
Relay Socket or Base Socket Relay

Control Relay
Control relays have been used by the hundreds even thousands to control nearly every function in commercial and industrial processes, have used control Relays of various types. Control Relays are used to isolate one voltage level from another.

General Purpose Relay
General Purpose Relays are ideally suited for applications with machine tool, pulp and paper, and transportation OEMs. General Purpose Relays are cost-effective 5-15 Amp switching devices that are used in a wide variety of applications. There are electrical loads of 5 to 15 amps. The typical applications are lighting controls, time delay controls and industrial machine controls.

Overload Relay
An Overload Relay is a relay that opens a circuit when the load in the circuit exceeds a preset value, in order to provide overload protection; usually responds to excessive current, but may respond to excessive values of power, temperature, or other quantities. It is also known as overload release.

Power Relay
Power Relays are suitable for switching DC loads. Relays can be available with an optional magnetic blowout for arc suppression, enabling switching of even higher current DC circuits. Power Relays offer panel mounted configurations.

Relay Socket or Base
There are Relay Sockets or Bases for automotive equipment, large presses, motors and more industrial equipment. Relay Sockets can have multiple mounting and pin configurations. There are DIN screws; track and panel mount sockets available.

Socket Relay
There are Socket Relays for automotive equipment, large presses, motors and more industrial equipment. Socket Relays can have multiple mounting and pin configurations. There are DIN screws; track and panel mount sockets available.