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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: Dielectric Testing

Dielectric testing is a simple, nondestructive method of verifying the adequacy of electrical insulation to withstand transient (surge) events.

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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 Schematics & Forms

The following are industry accepted relay schematics and forms that Sensata uses for most of its relays.

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