An 8 Bank 8 Channel Multiplexer module with 2-pole switching and 2 Amp capability, .
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Model 40-659A is an 8 Bank 8 Channel Multiplexer module with 2-pole switching, It uses high quality electromechanical relays and is suitable for switching signals up to 2Amp, 300VDC/250VAC. The 40-659 module is suitable for multiplexer applications where two signals are required to be switched simultaneously, for example send and return signals in a telecoms system. It is also suitable for applications where reed relay based multiplexers do not have sufficient power handling capability such as switching medium power AC or DC loads or for slaving external relays, contactors and solenoids.
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