Non-Latching Relays

Relays are electrical switches that are operated by electrical impulses with the primary function to open and close a circuit, they can also be referred to as industrial switches. There are 2 main types available, latching and non–latching relays.

How do non-latching relays work?

Non-latching relays are in a normally closed (NC) position and will stay in this state without power. When power passes through the circuit, the relay switched to a normally open (NO) position by using an internal coil to generate a magnetic force, holding this NO position. Once the current is turned off, it returns to the NC position. This makes non-latching relays well suited to push-button applications like

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Description Price Coil Voltage Contact Configuration Mounting Type Switching Current Maximum Switching Current AC Maximum Switching Current DC Terminal Type Coil Resistance Series Maximum Switching Voltage AC Maximum Switching Voltage DC Application Length Depth
RS Stock No. 105-8541
Mfr. Part No.DEVR40-5061-S8-0936-R1
9 → 36V dc - Flange Mount 400 A - - Screw - DEVR40 - - - 80.44mm 72.3mm