Low cost, general purpose electro-mechanical relay module for medium power switching applications.
Supported by our eBIRST Switching System Test Tools
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The 40-131-101 16xSPDT relay module is part of our range of low cost, general purpose electro-mechanical relay modules which are capable of switching voltages up to 300VDC/250VAC and current up to 2A. They are suitable for use where reed relay based switching modules do not have sufficient voltage or current carrying capability.
Applications include the switching of medium power AC and DC loads, or slave switching larger relays, contactors or solenoids. Connections are made to the card via a front panel mounted 78 pin D-Type connector plug.
eBIRST switching system test tools simplify switching system fault-finding by quickly testing the system and graphically identifying the faulty relay.
If no specifications are present, please see the product datasheet in this section.
Please note: In some cases, for products like our Scalable LXI Chassis, the specifications can be found on the datasheets for the associated plugin modules that are inserted into these chassis. To find these modules, go to the "Also in the Range" link above.
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|Product Type:||General Purpose Relays|
|Max I (A):||2|
|Max V DC:||300|
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Includes manual, extended specifications, installation instructions and data
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Related 78 Pin D-type Connector Accessories Datasheet
A complete list and documentation for mating connection accessories
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