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Why choosing a Solid State Relay?

The all-electronic structure of solid state relays endows them with considerable advantages in relation to electro-mechanical relays.  Main Reasons for Using a Solid State Relay Relay Life Used properly, the most important features of the solid state relay are its reliability and its lifetime. In practice, the outputs of an SSR last practically for ever, while
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Crouzet’s solid state relays are back

November 3rd 2020 An extensive new light-design range  Maybe you remember Crouzet’s GN and GNA solid state relay ranges? Then you’ll definitely be delighted to see them again with all the characteristics you appreciate, and some new characteristics too. The new relays have the same power outputs, with a lighter design, ideal for harsh environments,
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SOLID STATE RELAY OR ELECTRO MECHANICAL RELAY?

What are the basic technical differences between an SSR and an EMR? Operating Mode An electro-mechanical relay can only switch a load in asynchronous mode: the output contact switchover is controlled solely by the control signal without any particular relationship in time with the power signal. In a solid state relay, switching can be synchronised
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WHAT IS A SOLID STATE RELAY?

Definition A solid state relay is an electronic component which performs an interface function with electrical isolation between a control circuit, usually at low level, and a power circuit connected to loads which may have high power ratings (motors, pumps, solenoid valves, heaters, etc).  In other words, it is an electrical component used to switch on
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