Datasheet

RF & MICROWAVE
SERIES
MAGNETIC-LATCHING,
BROADBAND
RF RELAYS
SPDT
RF341
The RF341 series relay is an ultraminiature, hermetically
sealed, magnetic-latching relay featuring extremely low
intercontact capacitance for exceptional RF performance
well into the C band. It’s low profile and small size make it
ideal for applications where extreme packaging density
and/or close PC board spacing are required. Due to its
minimal mass, many relays may be used to configure
replacements for bulkier switching solutions at a substantial
savings in weight.
The following unique construction features and
manufacturing techniques provide overall high reliability and
excellent resistance to environmental extremes:
• Minimum mass components and welded construction
provide maximum resistance to shock and vibration.
• Uni-frame motor design provides high magnetic efficiency
and mechanical rigidity.
• Advanced cleaning techniques provide maximum
assurance of internal cleanliness.
• Gold-plated precious metal contacts ensure reliable, lowlevel switching.
The basic operating mechanism is similar to the TO-5 422
series relay. In addition, the RF341 design has been
optimized by increasing the distance between the set/reset
contacts. This design improvement make these unique relays
the perfect choice for use in RF attenuators, RF switching
matrices and other RF applications requiring high isolation,
low insertion loss and low VSWR.
The RF341 relay is ideally suited for applications where
power dissipation must be minimized. The relays can be
operated with a short duration pulse. After the contacts have
transferred, no external holding power is required. The
magnetic latching feature of the RF341 series provides a
nonvolatile memory capability since the relays will not reset
upon removal of coil power.
DESCRIPTION
ENVIRONMENTAL AND
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Energizing Coil B produces a
magnetic field opposing the magnetic
field of the permanent magnet in
Circuit B. As the net holding force
decreases, the attractive force in the
air gap of Circuit A, which also results
from the magnetic field of the
permanent magnet, becomes great
enough to break the armature free of
Core B, and snap it into a closed
position against Core A. The armature
remains in this position upon removal of power from Coil B, but will snap
back into position B upon energizing Coil A. Since operation depends upon
cancellation of a magnetic field, it is necessary to apply the correct polarity
to the relay coils as indicated on the relay schematic.
PERMANENT MAGNET
MAGNETIC CIRCUIT B
MAGNETIC CIRCUIT A
SOFT IRON CORE A
–65°C to +125°C
Temperature Storage
(Ambient)
Operating –55°C to +85°C
SOFT IRON FRAME
COIL A
COIL B
STATIONARY
CONTACT
MOVING
CONTACT
Vibration
(General Note 1)
30 g’s to 2000 Hz
Shock
(General Note 1)
75 g’s,
6 msec, half-sine
Acceleration
50 g’s
Enclosure
Hermetically sealed
Weight
0.09 oz. (2.52g) max.
SOFT IRON ARMATURE
When latching relays are installed in equipment, the latch and reset coils
should not be pulsed simultaneously. Coils should not be pulsed with less
than rated coil voltage and the pulse width should be a minimum of three
times the specified operate time of the relay. If these conditions are not
followed, it is possible for the relay to be in the magnetic neutral position.
Should this happen, however, pulsing one coil or the other, as prescribed,
will bring the relay back into proper operating condition.
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SERIES RF341
TYPICAL RF CHARACTERISTICS
INSERTION LOSS (RF Note 1)
–0.00
INSERTION LOSS IN dB
–0.25
–0.50
–0.75
–1.00
–1.25
–1.50
–1.75
–2.00
–2.25
–2.50
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
3,000
3,500
Frequency (MHz)
4,000
4,500
5,000
5,500
6,000
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
3,000
3,500
Frequency (MHz)
4,000
4,500
5,000
5,500
6,000
2,500
3,000
3,500
Frequency (MHz)
4,000
4,500
5,000
5,500
6,000
VSWR
1.50
1.45
1.40
1.35
1.30
1.25
1.20
1.15
1.10
1.05
1.00
0
500
ISOLATION IN dB
ISOLATION (RF Note 2)
0
–5
–10
–15
–20
–25
–30
–35
–40
–45
–50
–55
–60
–65
–70
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
RF NOTES
1. Data represents an average between the typical reading of pins 8 and 6 (closed, coil A last energized) and pins 8 and 1
(closed, coil B last energized).
2. Data represents an average between the typical reading of pins 8 and 6 (open, coil B last energized) and pins 8 and 1
(open,coil A last energized).
3. Test conditions: a. Fixture: .031" copper clad, reinforced PTFE, RT/duroid® 6002 with SMA connectors. (RT/duroid® is a
registered trademark of Rogers Corporation.)
b. Relay header is in contact with, but not soldered to, ground plane or connected to ground via ground pin.
c. Test performed at room ambient temperature.
d. Terminals not tested were terminated with 50-ohm load.
e. Contact signal level: 20 dBm.
4. Data presented herein represents typical characteristics and is not intended for use as specification limits.
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SERIES RF341
GENERAL ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS (@25°C) (Notes 2 and 3)
Contact arrangement
1 Form C (SPDT)
Rated duty
Continuous
Contact resistance
0.15 ohm max. initial. After life, .25 ohms (measured 1/8" from the header)
Contact load rating (DC)
Low level: 10 to 50 μA, 10 to 50 mV
Contact life rating
10,000,000 cycles typical at low level
Coil operating power
(typical @ nominal rated voltage)
5 volt
410mW
12 volt
288mW
26.5 volt
351mW
Operate time
2.0 ms max at nominal rated coil voltage
Minimum operate pulse
6.0 ms. width max. at rated voltage
Intercontact capacitance
0.4 pF typical
Insulation resistance
10,000 MΩ min. between mutually isolated terminals
Dielectric strength
350 VRMS/60 Hz @ atmospheric pressure
DETAILED ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS (@25°C) (Note 2)
BASE PART NUMBERS
RF341-5
RF341-12
RF341-26
Nom.
5.0
12.0
26.5
Max.
6.0
16.0
32.0
Coil resistance, ohms ± 20%
61
500
2,000
Set & reset voltage (VDC max)
3.5
9.0
18.0
Coil voltage, nominal, VDC
OUTLINE DIMENSIONS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
10
9
2
7
.335
(8.51)
DIA. MAX.
6
.031 (.79)
.003 (.08)
.280 (7.11) MAX.
.035 (.89)
.010 (.25)
.75 (19.05) MIN.
36° ±3° TYP
4
5
TERMINAL NUMBERING
+
COIL B
_
_
.200 (5.08)
.010 (.25)
dia.
COIL A
.017 +.002
-.001
.43 +.05
-.03
(
1
8
.370
(9.40)
DIA. MAX.
)
+
SCHEMATIC
External Dimensions
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES (MILLIMETERS)
TERMINAL LOCATION, PIN NUMBERING AND SCHEMATIC
ARE VIEWED FROM THE TERMINALS
SCHEMATIC IS SHOWN WITH COIL A LAST ENERGIZED
GENERAL NOTES
1. Relays will exhibit no contact chatter in excess of 10 μsec or transfer in excess of 1 μsec.
2. Unless otherwise specified, parameters are initial values.
3. Characteristics shown as “typical” are based on available data and are best estimates. No ongoing verification tests are
performed.
4. Pin positions 5 and 10 are recesses in the header for ground pin options (ground pins not shown).
5. To order ground pin options add Y (pin 5 position) or Z (pin 10 position) to the part base part number. Ex. RF341Y-5
6. Contact Teledyne Relays for Hi-Rel Screening/Program options.
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Appendix A: Spacer Pads
Pad designation and
bottom view dimensions
Height
Ø.150
[3.81]
(REF)
Dim H
MAX
“M4” Pad for TO-5
Dim H
MAX
“M4” Pad for TO-5
Dim H
MAX
“M4” Pad for Centigrid®
.156
[3.96]
(REF)
Dim H
MAX
.256
[6.5]
(REF)
“M9” Pad for Centigrid®
For use with the following:
ER411T
ER412, ER412D, ER412DD
712, 712D, 712TN,
RF300, RF310, RF320
ER420, ER422D, ER420DD, 421,
ER421D, ER421DD, ER422, ER422D,
ER422DD, 722, 722D, RF341
ER431T, ER432T,
ER432, ER432D, ER432DD
732, 732D, 732TN, RF303, RF313,
RF323
.295 (7.49)
.300 (7.62)
.305 (7.75)
.400 (10.16)
.410 (10.41)
RF312
.350 (8.89)
ER411, ER411D, ER411DD
.295 (7.49)
ER431, ER431D, ER431DD
.400 (10.16)
RF311
.300 (7.62)
RF331
.410 (10.41)
172, 172D
.305 (7.75)
ER114, ER114D, ER114DD,
J114, J114D, J114DD
.300 (7.62)
ER134, ER134D, ER134DD,
J134, J134D, J134DD
.400 (10.16)
RF100
.315 (8.00)
RF103
.420 (10.67)
122C, A152
.320 (8.13)
ER116C, J116C
.300 (7.62)
ER136C, J136C
.400 (10.16)
RF180
.325 (8.25)
A150
.305 (7.75)
Notes:
1. Spacer pad material: Polyester lm.
2. To specify an “M4” or “M9” spacer pad, refer to the mounting variants portion of the part numbering
example in the applicable datasheet.
3. Dimensions are in inches (mm).
4. Unless otherwise specied, tolerance is ± .010 (.25).
5. Add 10 m to the contact resistance show in the datasheet.
6. Add 0.01 oz. (0.25 g) to the weight of the relay assembly shown in the datasheet.
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Dim. H
Max.
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Appendix A: Spreader Pads
Pad designation and
bottom view dimensions
Height
For use with the following:
.370 [9.4]
MAX SQ
.100
[2.54]
Dim H
MAX
.150
[3.81]
.014
[0.36]
(REF)
.300
[7.62]
.100
[2.54]
.370
[9.4]
MIN
.200
[5.08]
“M” Pad 5/ 6/
.390 [9.91]
SQ
.100
[2.54]
.100
[2.54]
.150
[3.81]
.300
[7.62]
.300
[7.62]
.150
[3.81]
Dim H
MAX
ER411T, J411T, ER412, ER412D
ER412DD, J412, J412D, J412DD
ER412T, J412T
712, 712D, 712TN
ER431T, J431T, ER432, ER432D
ER432DD, J432, J432D, J432DD
ER432T, J432T
732, 732D, 732TN
.370 [9.4]
MAX SQ
.100
[2.54]
Dim H
MAX
.150
[3.81]
.014
[0.36]
(REF)
.300
[7.62]
.100
[2.54]
.200
[5.08]
.370
[9.4]
MIN
“M3” Pad 5/ 6/ 9/
.393 (9.99)
.493 (12.52)
.503 (12.78)
.398 (10.11)
ER411T
ER412, ER412D, ER412DD
J412, J412D, J412DD
.441 (11.20)
732, 732D
“M2” Pad 7/ 8/
.388 (9.86)
ER420, J420, ER420D, J420D
ER420DD, J420DD, ER421, J421
ER421D, J421D, ER421DD
J422D, ER422DD, J422DD, 722
712, 712D
ER421, ER421D, ER421DD
722, 732D
ER431T
ER432, ER432D, ER432DD
.130
[3.3]
Dim. H
Max.
ER411, ER411D, ER411DD
ER411TX
ER412X, ER412DX, ER412DDX
ER412TX
712X, 712DX, 712TNX
ER420X, ER420DX, ER420DDX
ER421X, ER421DX, ER421DDX
ER422X, ER422DX
ER422DDX, 722X, 722DDX
ER431, ER431D, ER431DD
ER431TX
ER432X, ER432DX, ER432DDX
ER432TX
732X, 732DX, 732TNX
.451 (11.46)
.451 (11.46)
.546 (13.87)
.556 (14.12)
.388 (9.86)
.393 (9.99)
.398 (10.11)
.493 (12.52)
.503 (12.78)
Notes:
1. Spreader pad material: Diallyl Phthalate.
2. To specify an “M”, “M2” or “M3” spreader pad, refer to the mounting variants portion of the part number example
in the applicable datasheet.
3. Dimensions are in inches (mm).
4. Unless otherwise specied, tolerance is ± .010” (0.25).
5/. Add 25 m to the contact resistance shown in the datasheet.
6/. Add .01 oz. (0.25 g) to the weight of the relay assembly shown in the datasheet.
7/. Add 50 m to the contact resistance shown in the datasheet.
8/. Add 0.025 oz (0.71 g) to the weight of the relay assembly shown in the datasheet.
9/. M3 pad to be used only when the relay has a center pin (e.g. ER411M3-12A, 722XM3-26.)
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Appendix A: Ground Pin Positions
Ø.200
[Ø5.08]
36°±3°
"Z"
POSITION
"X"
POSITION
"Y"
POSITION
"Z"
Ø.200
[Ø5.08]
"Y"
45°±3°
TO-5 Relays:
ER411T, ER412, ER412T, ER420, ER421, ER422,
ER431T, ER432, ER432T, 712, 712TN, 400H, 400K,
400V, RF300, RF303, RF341, RF312, RF310, RF313,
RF320, RF323
"Y"
POSITION
POSITION
TO-5 Relays:
ER411, ER431, RF311, RF331
POSITION
.100
[2.54]
"W"
"Z"
.100
[2.54]
.050
[1.27]
"X"
.100
[2.54]
POSITION
POSITION
"Z"
POSITION
POSITION
.100
[2.54]
POSITION
"U"
POSITION
(ER116C and ER136C only)
Centigrid® Relays:
RF180, ER116C, 122C, ER136C
.100
[2.54]
Centigrid® Relays:
RF100, RF103, ER114, ER134, 172
Indicates ground pin position
Indicates glass insulated lead position
Indicates ground pin or lead position
depending on relay type
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"Y"
.100
[2.54]
NOTES
1. Terminal views shown
2. Dimensions are in inches (mm)
3. Tolerances: ± .010 (±.25) unless otherwise specied
4. Ground pin positions are within .015 (0.38) dia. of true position
5. Ground pin head dia., 0.035 (0.89) ref: height 0.010 (0.25) ref.
6. Lead dia. 0.017 (0.43) nom.
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