AZ762T

AZ762T
16 AMP HIGH INRUSH
MINIATURE POWER RELAY
FEATURES
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Dielectric strength 5000 Vrms
Low height: 15.7 mm
16 Amp switching
Tungsten premake contact for extreme high inrush
Isolation spacing greater than 10 mm
Reinforced insulation, EN 60730-1 (VDE 0631, part 1)
EN 60335-1 (VDE 0700, part 1)
• UL, CUR file E44211
• VDE certificate 40006031
CONTACTS
GENERAL DATA
Arrangement
SPST (1 Form A)
Ratings
Resistive load:
Max. switched power: 4000 VA
Max. switched current: 16 A
Max. inrush current:
165 A, 20 ms
500 A, 2 ms
800 A, 200 µs
Max. switched voltage: 125 VDC* or 440 VAC
* Note:
Rated Load
UL, CUR
VDE
If switching voltage is greater than 30 VDC,
special precautions must be taken.
Please contact the factory.
16 A at 277 VAC, general use, 10k cycles, 85°C
2.2 A at 277 VAC, standard ballast, 10k cycles, 50°C
3000 W at 230 VAC, tungsten, 12k cycles, 40°C
1200 W at 277 VAC, tungsten, 6k cycles, 50°C
1200 W at 120 VAC, tungsten, 6k cycles, 50°C
TV-8 at 120 VAC, 25k cycles, 40°C
16 A at 250 VAC resistive, 30k cycles, 85°C
Material
Silver tin oxide + tungsten
Resistance
< 100 milliohms initially
COIL
Power
At Pickup Voltage
(typical)
Life Expectancy
Mechanical
Electrical
Minimum operations
5 x 106
1 x 104
Operate Time (typical)
7 ms at nominal coil voltage
Release Time (typical)
3 ms at nominal coil voltage
(with no coil suppression)
Dielectric Strength
(at sea level for 1 min.)
5000 Vrms coil to contact
1250 Vrms between open contacts
Insulation
Resistance
1000 megaohms min. at 20°C
500 VDC 50% RH
Insulation
(according to
DIN VDE 0110,
IEC 60664-1)
C250
Overvoltage category: III
Pollution degree: 3
Nominal voltage: 250 VAC
Dropout
Greater than 10% of nominal coil voltage
Ambient Temperature
Operating
At nominal coil voltage
-40°C (-40°F) to 85°C (185°F)
Vibration
0.062” (1.5 mm) DA at 10-55 Hz
Shock
10 g
Enclosure
P.B.T. polyester
Terminals
tinned copper alloy, P.C.
Max. Solder Temp.
270°C (518°F)
Max. Solder Time
5 seconds
Max. Solvent Temp.
80°C (176°F)
Max. Immersion Time
30 seconds
Weight
13.5 grams
Packing unit in pcs.
50 per tray / 500 per carton box
200 mW (235 mW at 60 V and 110 V)
Max. Continuous
Dissipation
0.9 W at 20°C (68°F) ambient
Temperature Rise
26°C (47°F) at nominal coil voltage
1. All values at 20°C (68°F).
Max. 130°C (266°F) Class B
Max. 155°C (311°F) Class F
2. Relay may pull in with less than “Must Operate” value.
Temperature
NOTES
3. Specifications subject to change without notice.
ZETTLER electronics GmbH
Junkersstr. 3, D-82178 Puchheim, Germany
phone: +49 89 800 97-0 office@ZETTLERelectronics.com
fax:
+49 89 800 97-200 www.ZETTLERelectronics.com
This product specification to be used only together with the application notes
which can be downloaded from http://www.ZETTLERelectronics.com/pdfs/relais/ApplicationNotes.pdf
2013-07-17
AZ762T
RELAY ORDERING DATA
COIL SPECIFICATION - DC COIL
Nominal Coil
VDC
Must Operate
VDC
Max. Continuous
VDC
5
3.5
7.5
6
4.2
9
6.3
12
8.4
18
12.6
24
48
ORDER NUMBER*
Coil Resistance
Ohm
1 Form A
62 ±10%
AZ762T-1AE-5D
9
90 ±10%
AZ762T-1AE-6D
13.5
202 ±10%
AZ762T-1AE-9D
18
360 ±10%
AZ762T-1AE-12D
27
810 ±10%
AZ762T-1AE-18D
16.8
36
1,440 ±10%
AZ762T-1AE-24D
33.6
72
5,760 ±15%
AZ762T-1AE-48D
60
42.0
90
7,500 ±15%
AZ762T-1AE-60D
110
77.0
165
25,200 ±15%
AZ762T-1AE-110D
* “1AE” denote silver tin oxide contacts with tungsten premake contact.
Add suffix “E” at the end of the order number for sealed version.
Add suffix “F” at the end of the order number for Class F insulation system.
MECHANICAL DATA
PC BOARD LAYOUT
12.7 ± 0.3
20.16
5.04
2.6
2.7
7.56
15.7 ± 0.3
29 ± 0.3
3.6 ± 0.5
0.3 ± 0.2
6 x ø 1.3
Viewed toward terminals
WIRING DIAGRAM
2 x 0.5 x 0.5
4 x 0.5
5.04
20.16
4
5
7.56
4 x 0.8
1 Form A
2
2.6
8
7
1
Viewed toward terminals
Dimensions in mm. Tolerance: ± 0.25 mm
ZETTLER electronics GmbH
Junkersstr. 3, D-82178 Puchheim, Germany
phone: +49 89 800 97-0 office@ZETTLERelectronics.com
fax:
+49 89 800 97-200 www.ZETTLERelectronics.com
This product specification to be used only together with the application notes
which can be downloaded from http://www.ZETTLERelectronics.com/pdfs/relais/ApplicationNotes.pdf
2013-07-17