A non-latching electromechanical relay is an electrical switching device. Its function corresponds to a mechanical switch, which is electrically actuated. The main advantages are the electrical isolation of the driving system and the load side, this insulation resistance of the open contacts, as well as the low resistance of the closed contacts.
Qualified to: MIL-PRF-83536, MIL-PRF-6106
A latching electromechanical relay is an electrical switching device. Its function corresponds to a mechanical switch, which is electrically actuated. Latching relays are types that remain in the last switched position to which they were driven, without requiring continuous power to achieve it.
Qualified to: MIL-PRF-83536/12, MIL-PRF-83536/13, MIL-PRF-83536/18, MIL-PRF-83536/19
TE's DRI Relays time delay relays are operating in the most severe and harsh environments. DRI offers time delay on operate and time delay on release with fixed or adjustable timing for 2 pole, 4 pole 10 amp and 3 pole 25 amp relays.
Qualified to: MIL-PRF-83726/28, MIL-PRF-83726/29, MIL-PRF-83726/30, MIL-PRF-83726/31, MIL-PRF-83726/35, MIL-PRF-83726/36
TE's DRI Relays brand offers relay sockets designed and manufactured to MIL-DTL-12883 to complement our high performance relays where a socketed installation is required. We also offer snap lock sockets, which have been proven to drastically reduce installation time and hardware without compromising reliability and quality. Snap lock sockets are also available with an adaptor kit to install with MIL-PRF-83536 relays.
Qualified to: MIL-DTL-12883