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SR4 Series Relays

TE Connectivity's SR4 series offers a four pole relay with force guided contacts

Image of TE Connectivity's SR4 Series RelaysTE Connectivity's SR4D/M is a four pole relay with force guided contacts. They are key elements of safety circuits and modules that are required for use for a variety of applications in industrial controls, railway signals and controls, elevator controls, medical equipment, and more. Force guided relays are designed according to standard EN50205, which relates to safety circuits that protect persons from injury or death. While this is a European standard, it is also the basis for other standards being implemented globally. SR4D/M is offered with two normally open and two normally closed contacts or three normally open and one normally closed contact. TE’s SR4D/M is smaller in size than the functional equivalent products from some competitors. This relay has PC board terminals. It has eight amp contacts, and is offered with a variety of 800 milliwatt DC coils. It meets the requirements for VDE and TUV, as well as UL for the US and Canada, and CCC.

Applications include: emergency shut off, press control, machine control, elevator and escalator control, and safety relays.

Specifications
  • 4 pole relay
  • 2 NO / 2NC or 3 NO / 1NC
  • Contacts are forcibly guided (EN50205)
  • Smaller size than some competitors’ relays
  • Ambient temperature range: -40°C to +70°C
  • Rated current: 8 A
  • Coil power: 800 mW
  • Rated voltage: 250 VAC
  • Coil voltage range: 6 to 110 VDC
  • Approvals: VDE, TÜV, UL

SR4 SCHRACK

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable Quantity
RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 12VSR4M4012RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 12V6817 - ImmediateView Details
RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 24VSR4D4024RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 24V2622 - ImmediateView Details
RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 24VSR4M4024RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 24V1793 - ImmediateView Details
RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 5VSR4D4005RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 5V849 - ImmediateView Details
RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 12VSR4D4012RELAY SAFETY 4PST 8A 12V741 - ImmediateView Details
Published: 2013-07-08