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Relays

  • More than half a century experience in relay development
  • Highly automated production processes and advanced technologies
  • Global technical application

Relays are used to control electrical loads and are vehicle control-unit components. A relay is a remote-controlled switch operated by electrical current for switching circuits on, off or over.

07/17/2013

  • Relays

Description

HELLA offers a wide range of relays for different applications. For years, the electro-mechanical plug-in-relay has been one of HELLA's core products. As switch amplifiers used to control electrical loads in plug-in standard models, these electronic components can be controlled by control units. To suppress the switch-off peaks of the relay coils and thus avoid disturbance voltages, HELLA's relays are equipped with diodes or resistors.

To guarantee maximum relay service life, contact material is selected in line with the most demanding quality requirements.

  • Remote controlled switch operated by electrical current to switch high loads
  • Component of vehicle control units
  • Types: Plug in-, Latching and Solid State Relays for 12 V and 24 V applications
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Advantages

  • More than half a century experience in relay development and manufacturing
  • Highly automated production processes
  • Proven quality currently with less than 2 ppm
  • Local technical application in Europe, NAFTA and Asia
  • Global production locations in North America and China
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