• Double main contact epoxy encapsulated DC contactor

    The new type discloses a dual-main-contact epoxy-encapsulated DC contactor, which includes a base shell, and the base shell is provided with mutually independent first and second contactor inner cavities, and a control circuit board with a plug-in...

  • What is the advantage of magnetic latching relays

    A magnetic latching relay is an electromechanical switching device that uses the principle of magnetic attraction to switch between two stable states. It is commonly used in industrial control systems to switch electrical circuits on and off. The rel...

  • What does rail transit mean

    Rail transit refers to a type of vehicle or transportation system in which operating vehicles need to run on specific tracks. Common rail transits include traditional railways, subways, light rails, and trams, while new rail transits include magle...

  • What are the household appliances?

    What are the household appliances? Household appliances include: 1. Refrigeration appliances. Including household refrigerators, cold drink machines, etc. 2. Air conditioner. Including room air conditioners, electric fans, ventilati...

  • What is the function of low voltage switch

    1. Low-voltage circuit breakers are mainly used in low-voltage circuits to protect electrical equipment from short circuits, or when the voltage is abnormal or the current is too high, the circuit breaker can avoid some dangerous accidents. 2. The...

  • What is an Electromagnetic Relay?

    Electromagnetic relays refer to relays made using the principle of electromagnetic induction. When the relay is energized, the coil of the relay generates electromagnetism, which closes the normally open contacts of the relay to work. what is a...

  • Why do you need to use an interlock circuit composed of 2 PNP and 2 NpN to control the magnetic latching relay?

    1. The magnetic latching relay is only a kind of relay and has no direct relationship with the self-interlocking circuit, which can organize the self-interlocking circuit. Second, the interlocking and self-locking of the relay is the need to reali...

  • What is the difference between a car relay and a fuse?

    1. Different in nature 1. The nature of the automotive relay: an automatic control device whose output will change in leaps and bounds when the input (electricity, magnetism, sound, light, heat) reaches a certain value. 2. The nature of the ...