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Application Note: Coil Suppression

The specifications for all Sensata relays, unless otherwise specified, are without the use of coil suppression.

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Application Note: High Voltage Relay Grounding Requirements

It is normal practice to ground the base of all high voltage relays for safety.

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Application Note: High Voltage Processing of Vacuum Relays

Vacuum is an excellent dielectric. However, sometimes a vacuum relay may show reduced dielectric strength over a period of time.

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Application Note: Reed Relay Spacing

Most Sensata high voltage relays are not affected when they are placed in close proximity to another relay.

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Application Note: Soldering Wires to High Voltage Relays

 

Soldering wires to Sensata | GIGAVAC high voltage relays should be easy. The ceramic on GIGAVAC HV relays is brazed at over 800°C in a hydrogen atmosphere so no damage should occur.

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Application Note: High Voltage Relay Designs

Below is a discussion of typical high voltage relay designs used by Sensata for high voltage switching applications.

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Application Notes: Relay Terminal Designations

High Voltage Relay terminal designations, diaphragm style for the G4 Series

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Application Note: Relay and Contactor Dielectric Materials

Sensata is the established leader in the design and manufacture of sealed relays and contactors. Sealing is critical in preventing contamination from polluting the internal parts of any component.

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Application Note: X-Ray Emissions in Vacuum Relays

Above 15 kV, all products that operate in a vacuum, including vacuum relays, can produce X-rays that can be considered hazardous.

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