15 Oct 2018

Small size PCB Power Relay boasts high switching capacity of 32A

Omron Electronic Components has announced a new miniature, high switching capacity PCB Power Relay. The G6QE has been developed for a high switching capacity of 32A in a small size package.

The new miniature and low height single-pole power relay achieved 10-kV impulse withstand voltage and a reduced power consumption of 12% compared to rated coil consumption. The G6QE has been designed to conform with cULus, EN and CQC standards.

Commenting Andries de Bruin, senior European product marketing manager said “The new G6QE PCB Power Relay will allow customers to design smaller size and higher performance in their applications with a high switching capacity of 32A and some 50,000 operations. It will provide an energy saving by allowing the holding voltage method, which also lowers heat generation in the application.”

At a size of just 30.5 x 16 x 20.5mm the G6QE Power Relay is not only miniature but also incredibly versatile and can be used in a wide variety of applications including industrial, home appliances, building automations and commercial applications such as power supply and inverters.

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