In the Reed Relay data-sheets, what is the difference between nominal voltage, breakdown voltage, dielectric strength, coil voltage and switching voltage? - FAQs | Bright Toward Industrial Co., LTD.

Nominal Voltage refers to the normal operating voltage of the relay; Breakdown Voltage refers to the maximum voltage that an open contact can withstand before electrical breakdown occurs, also known as dielectric strength. Coil Voltage refers to the voltage applied across the coil for the reed relay to switch correctly. Manufacturer of Opto-MOSFET Solid State Relays, Reed Relays, and RF MEMS Switches. We mainly serve the Semiconductor Testing, ATE, BMS (Battery Management Systems), industrial machinery and Electric Vehicle industries.

In the Reed Relay data-sheets, what is the difference between nominal voltage, breakdown voltage, dielectric strength, coil voltage and switching voltage?

Bright Toward Industrial Co., Ltd is a manufacturer of Solid State Relays, Reed Relays and RF MEMS Switches.

In the Reed Relay data-sheets, what is the difference between nominal voltage, breakdown voltage, dielectric strength, coil voltage and switching voltage?

Nominal Voltage refers to the normal operating voltage of the relay; Breakdown Voltage refers to the maximum voltage that an open contact can withstand before electrical breakdown occurs, also known as dielectric strength. Coil Voltage refers to the voltage applied across the coil for the reed relay to switch correctly.

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