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Engineering and Science>Electrical Systems >
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Solid State Relay

Nowadays, according to the advancement of technology and the automation industry, the use of modern technology of industrial electronics is inevitable, therefore, the Industrial use of semi-conductors and in placing them in this industry is considered as an integral part of progress.
                         

Features:

-          The use of semiconductors

-          Power can be selected

-          No noise

-          Lack of mechanical moving parts

-          lack of induction in the control part

-          Resistant to severe vibration and shock proof

-          High duration of work (suitable for workshops with more than one work shift)

-          High speed connection and disconnection of up to 100 times a second (high speed operation)

-          No spark during operation (suitable for places that are likely to fire)

-          Control range from 3.5VDC-35VDC

-          Load range from 40VAC-400VAC


Usable in all types of below loads:
 

          Lighting  , thermal (ohmic) , motors , all types of actuators and electric valves.

This product has been designed and built by researchers JDN.



Used in below industries:

         automobile industries, oil and petrochemical, medical, railway, textile, military, aviation Industry and etc

Our offerings :
Custom Production

The ACECR affiliate in charge:
Khaje Nasir Toosi University Branch
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