Solid State Relays

A solid-state relay uses semiconductors rather than electromagnets allowing for a no-contact operation, unlike standard relays. A solid-state relay is still a switching device which uses low voltage signals across its control circuit to open or close a higher voltage circuit. The benefit of our solid-state relays from Wieland is their extra safety ability due to zero arcing, their ease of installation due to DIN rail mounting and the ability to connect up to 20 modules via pluggable jumpers.

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Flare Solid-State Series – Solid-State Relays

The Flare series of solid-state relays from Wieland are available with either 60VDC at 5A output or 250VAC at 4A or 6A output. Both models are bridgeable with screw style terminals and are designed for DIN rail mounting.

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