What is the working principle of magnetic latching relay

A magnetic latching relay is a type of electrical relay that uses a magnetic field to control the switching of a load. Unlike conventional relays, which require continuous power to maintain their state, magnetic latching relays use a magnetic field to "latch" the relay in either the on or off position, allowing them to maintain its state even after the power source is removed.
In a magnetic latching relay, the magnetic field is generated by an electromagnet, which is powered by a brief pulse of electricity. The magnetic field causes a switch arm to move, either closing or opening the switch and controlling the flow of electrical current to the load. Once the switch is in the desired position, the relay retains its state even after the power is removed, eliminating the need for continuous power to maintain the state of the relay.
Magnetic latching relays are often used in applications where low power consumption, reliability, and long-term stability are critical, such as in building automation systems, safety circuits, and emergency lighting systems. They are also used in situations where there is limited or unreliable power, as they can maintain their state even in the absence of a continuous power source.
When choosing a magnetic latching relay, it is important to consider factors such as the voltage and current rating of the relay, the type of contacts used, the response time of the relay, and the operating temperature range. 

16A switching capability
Very minimal power consumption from the coil
4KV dielectrics strength coil to contact In
Outline dimensions(29*13*15.7)mm
CE,CQC compliant
RoHS,UL compliant
Type: Magnetic Latching Relays
Theory: Electromagnetic Relay
Usage: Household Appliances Relay, General Purpose
Protective Characteristics: Sealed Relay