New electromechanical relay series shows best-in-class performance ratings for applications in appliance, lighting, controls and similar industries
Munich, Germany, March 1st, 2016 – The ZETTLER electronics GmbH, a manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components, introduces its new AZ 576 relay series. Designed for applications in the appliance, lighting, controls and similar industries, the miniature power relay meets the ever increasing demands for more power, more cycles and higher ambient temperatures.
Establishing best-in-class standards in terms of UL performance the 20 A power relay solution performs at 277 VAC at an ambient temperature up to 85° C (185° F) with ratings of 20 A for 30 k cycles. At 105° C (221° F) it has ratings of 17 A for 100 k cycles (1 Form A) as well as for 30 k cycles (1 Form C). Coil voltages range from 3 to 110 VDC. At nominal coil voltage operate time is typically less than 8 ms with release time of typically less than 4 ms. Pin spacing is an industry-standard (5.0 mm). General purpose, pilot duty, HP, inductive, and TV loads round out the top UL ratings. A 5kV coil-contact dielectric strength and a 10kV surge resistance ensure that the AZ576 is robust enough for even highly susceptible applications.
Class F insulation (155° C / 311° F) is standard. Additionally, the relay is available in an epoxy sealed version allowing reliable usage in demanding environments. Its low height of 16.2 mm and its standard frame as well as the standard contact layout qualifies the relay for use in different applications for a number of industries, including industry electronics, home and HVAC appliances and vending machines.
With the AZ 576 Zettler provides cost-efficient alternatives to its already existing monostable relay series AZ 762 and AZ 764. For a complete listing of Zettler”s power relay solutions please visit the website. For technical information and datasheets please contact ZETTLER electronics GmbH.
- Ambient temperature up to 105° C (221° F)
- Monostable power relay for net loads
- UL, CUR file E44211
- Standard frame and contact for general purpose applications
- Industry electronics
- Home appliances
- Vending machines
- HVAC appliances
Immediately (Download Datasheet)
SPDT (1 Form C)
SPST (1 Form A)
- Max. switched power: 510 W or 5540 VA
- Max. switched current: 20 A
- Max. switched voltage: 30 VDC or 277 VAC
- Rated load
20 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 85° C (185° F), 30 k cycles
17 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 105° C (221° F), 100 k cycles (1 Form A)
17 A at 277 VAC, resistive, 105° C (221° F), 30 k cycles (1 Form C)
-Power at pickup voltage (typical): 225 mW
-Power max. continuous dissipation: 1.7 W at 20° C (68° F) ambient
-Power temperature rise: 26° C (47° F) at nominal coil voltage
-Max. temperature: max. 155° C (311° F) Class F
-Dielectric strength: 5,000 Vrms coil to contact / 1,000 Vrms between open contacts
-Isolation resistance: 1,000 M min. at 20° C (68° F), 500 VDC, 50% RH
-Ambient temperature: -40° C (-40° F) to 105° C (221° F)
-Vibration: 0.062″ (1.5 mm) DA at 10-55 Hz
-Shock: 10 g
Building on more than a century of expertise in German precision engineering, ZETTLER GROUP is a world-class enterprise, engaged in the design, manufacturing, sales and distribution of electronic components. Its industry leadership is based on a unique combination of engineering competence and global scale. ZETTLER GROUP\”s diversified product lines are designed to provide complete solutions for component applications across a broad spectrum of industries, including relays, magnetics, displays, controls and new energy solutions. With a global network of companies ZETTLER GROUP is not only present in low cost manufacturing geographies, but also has the ability to provide customer-focused solutions in proximity to local industrial and commercial markets. Located near Munich, Germany, ZETTLER Electronics GmbH serves as the European headquarters for ZETTLER Group and operates through a comprehensive network of distributors across nineteen countries, including all the key markets of the European Union, Scandinavia, Israel, and Turkey.