Plug-in miniature relay, with power contact, 2 changeover contacts, test button, mechanical switching position indicator, status LED, freewheeling diode, polarity A1+, A2, input voltage 24 V DC
Among other things, solid-state relays ensure reliable switching operations in system automation. Choose from our wide range of solid-state relays and electromechanical relays, available as plug-in versions or as complete modules. Coupling relays, highly compact relay modules, and relays for the Ex area also help achieve high system availability.More information
The PLC-INTERFACE relay series for universal use provides a wide range of plug-in electromechanical relays and solid-state relays.
The following special versions are available:
With the new PLC-INTERFACE solid-state relays, switching voltages up to 250 V DC and 10 A is possible in an overall width of just 14 mm. The hybrid design ensures an increased service life as well as lower power dissipation, and offers the perfect complement to the existing hybrid variants for AC voltages. High reliability, safe switching, and easy function expansion, even for existing PLC-INTERFACE installations.
You can implement all standard relay applications with the RIFLINE complete universal relays. Whether you want to isolate, multiply, or amplify signals: the field of application ranges from coupling and timer relays to a replacement for miniature contactors. The relay system’s universal plug-in design enables quick, easy, and error-free handling.
The coupling relays with force-guided contacts from Phoenix Contact are basic devices for single-channel control. The coupling relays can be used for electrical isolation, power amplification, and increasing the number of contacts.
The relay modules also allow you to safely disconnect and switch signals in potentially explosive areas. The relays have the necessary Ex approvals for zone 2 (ATEX, Class 1 Division 2).
The auxiliary relays are ideal for use in control and monitoring systems. They ensure electrical isolation between auxiliary and control circuits. The auxiliary relays also consume very little power – despite their high switching capacity. This makes them ideal for use in substations, for example.
The axial armature relay actuates all contacts at the same time, without intermediate switching via levers. The plug-in auxiliary relays are quickly and safely mounted on the corresponding base module.