A leading manufacturer of plug-and-play switching devices needed a multi-purpose relay with an extremely low power consumption.
American Zettler answered the call with its new AZ7555 relay: an industry-standard footprint relay with a standard coil consumption of 720 mW that was redesigned to use only 120 mW, hence consuming just one-sixth the energy of conventional 5 mm pin general purpose relays, and costing 20% to 30% less than equivalent latching relays. The new AZ7555 relay was resubmitted to UL for an array of ratings including pilot duty, resistive, inductive, Tungsten, and ballast.
Plug-and-play switching devices find applications in a multitude of industries ranging from lighting to motor controls, to HVAC and more. Designers of such applications are increasingly looking to minimize the required power consumption. Relays often tend to use large amounts of circuit power, so any reduction of coil power is a win in today’s quest for energy efficiency. The AZ7555 is the first of a series of such low power relays to hit the market from American Zettler.
Datasheet: AZ7555 Series
About American Zettler, Inc.
Headquartered in Aliso Viejo, Calif., American Zettler, Inc. produces over fifty different types of relays to meet the many requirements of commercial and industrial applications. Because of their high reliability, American Zettler relays are used in a wide range of demanding applications including: HVAC/R; telecommunication and security systems; solar; electric vehicle charging; home appliances, lighting; metering; and industrial controls. Additionally, American Zettler works closely with a computerized distribution network with stocking facilities in virtually every major industrial area in the world. More at www.azettler.com.