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High-performance safety relays are only 6-mm wide

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Phoenix Contact

Phoenix Contact

The new PSRmini safety modules (photo) are said to be the narrowest safety relays in the world, but deliver the performance of a larger safety relay. With an overall width of just 6 mm, they offer a high level of safety, thanks to the use of force-guided contacts. The compact design is possible thanks to the newly developed relay technology from this company. The relay can be integrated directly in devices such as motor starters. The elementary relay with forced guidance in accordance with EN 50205 consists of an N/O and an N/C contact. Energy consumption is reduced by up to 20% due to the low current consumption of the new relay. — Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg, Germany

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