The 9401 surface-mount reed relay series from Coto features available coil voltage options of 5VDC and 12VDC with a switching voltage of 200V, switching current of 0.5A. The 9401 reed relay offers low capacitance and a small surface package of 5.71mm(w) x 14mm(L). They have hermetically sealed contacts for long life and moulded thermoset body on integral lead frame design, high speed switching compared to electromechanical relays and high reliability. The 9401 series relays are ideally suited to the needs of radiofrequency (RF) equipment, automated test equipment, instrumentation and telecommunications requirements.
Surface-mount reed relay
Nominal coil voltage options of 5VDC and 12VDC
Contact form of 1A
Switching voltage of 200V
Dielectric strength of 300VDC
Contact rating 10W
Switching current 0.5A
High insulation resistance of 1012Ω minimum
Temperature range −20°C to +85°C
Moulded 4 pin SIP package with optional gull wing or J-lead connections
Tape and reel available
Typical Applications include:
Automated test equipment
For further information regarding coil specifications, contact ratings and relay specifications please see the datasheet on the Technical Library tab.
This product is compliant to the RoHS EU directive 2011/65/EU, but not Pb free using exemption 7(a) "Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys containing 85% by weight or more lead)"
Coto 9301, 9401 and 9402 Series Technical Library
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