Schneider Electric Zelio RSL slim interface relays
Schneider Electric Relay Competency Center (SE Relays LLC)'s Zelio RSL slim interface relay saves space in automation control panels, machines and equipment.
Schneider Electric Relay Competency Center (SE Relays LLC) today announced compact solutions with Zelio RSL slim interface relays for general purpose relay requirements. At only 6 mm wide, the Zelio RSL frees valuable panel space for OEM panel builders. The Zelio RSL slim interface relay is ideally suited for densely populated automation control panels, assembly machines, packaging equipment, conveyors and food and beverage equipment, the company says.
Terry Harmon, product manager, Schneider Electric, says, "Zelio RSL meets the needs of distributors and customers," available as a pre-assembled relay and socket to reduce installation time. Both components can be obtained individually to seamlessly replace worn out, competitive products. Optional accessories include bus bars and print labels to facilitate parallel wiring and provide quick identification. The relay has a 6A load rating and comes with reinforced printed circuit board (PCB) pins. The universal ac/dc socket has built-in surge protection and an LED indicator and arrives ready for DIN rail mounting. Sockets also are available as screw terminal and spring clamp models. www.serelays.com has product selection tools, downloadable 2D and 3D models, and specifications.
SE Relays LLC is a subsidiary of Schneider Electric. www.schneider-electric.us
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