High voltage direct current contactors
are specialized electrical switches that are designed to control the flow of high voltage direct current (DC) power. They are used in HVDC power transmission systems and other high voltage DC applications. Some features of HVDC contactors include:
Voltage rating: HVDC contactors are designed to handle high voltage DC power, typically in the range of several hundred to several thousand volts.
Current rating: HVDC contactors are designed to handle high currents, typically in the range of several hundred to several thousand amperes.
Insulation: HVDC contactors are designed to provide high levels of insulation to prevent electrical arcing and to protect against electrical shock.
Operating mechanism: HVDC contactors use various types of operating mechanisms, including spring-loaded, solenoid-operated, and air-break, to control the flow of high voltage DC power.
Arc quenching: HVDC contactors include features to quench the arc that is created when the contacts are opened and closed, such as a vacuum interrupter or a gas-blast mechanism.
Mechanical strength: HVDC contactors are designed with mechanical strength to withstand the forces and vibrations that can occur during operation.
Reliability: HVDC contactors are designed to be reliable and to have a long service life.
HVDC contactors include safety features such as interlocks and monitoring devices to prevent accidental operation and to protect the equipment and personnel.
200A continuous current capability
Direct current relay
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China
Brand Name: Zhongxin
Electricity Type: DC
Main Circuit Rating Current: 200A
Package: Epoxy encapsulation