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Zhejiang Zhongxin New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. is a professional China Epoxy High Pressure Direct Current Contactors Manufacturers and Epoxy High Pressure Direct Current Relays factory, established in February 2016 after the Haiyan Zhongxin Electronics Co., Ltd.'s stock reform, with a registered capital of 30 million yuan. Is a high-tech enterprise specializing in the research and development, production, sales and service of high-voltage DC relays for new energy, automotive relays, magnetic holding relays, general electromagnetic relays and other products. It has more than 350 skilled employees, more than 50 highly educated technical R & D and management staff, more than 50 kinds of products and 1,000 models, and an annual production capacity of more than 50 million. Products are widely used in high-voltage DC and low-voltage AC and DC applications such as automobiles, DC charging piles, photovoltaic power generation, rail transit, energy measurement, reactive power compensation, energy storage equipment, and household appliances. The company is located at No. 339 Jixing Road, Wanghai Street, Haiyan County, and is located in the central area of Shanghai, Hangzhou, Ningbo, and Suzhou in an hour.Offer all kinds of wholesale Epoxy High Pressure Direct Current Contactors for our customers.


Industry knowledge about Epoxy High Pressure Direct Current Contactors

Epoxy high pressure direct current (HVDC) contactors are electrical devices that are used to control the flow of high voltage DC current in an electrical circuit. They are typically used in high voltage DC transmission systems, where they are used to switch large amounts of DC power between different parts of the grid.
Epoxy high pressure direct current contactors are made from a combination of epoxy and metal, and are designed to operate at very high voltages and currents. The epoxy material is used to provide insulation and protect the metal contacts from damage, while the metal contacts are used to conduct the electrical current.
HVDC contactors consist of two or more sets of contacts that are separated by an insulating gap. When the contactors are closed, the gap is bridged and current can flow through the circuit. When the contactors are open, the gap is maintained and the current is interrupted.