Signal Relay, 5 VDC, SPST-NO, 2 A, SMD, Non Latching, IM Series

IMB03CGR - Signal Relay, 5 VDC, SPST-NO, 2 A, SMD, Non Latching, IM Series

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Non Latching
IM Series
Palladium Ruthenium
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Product Overview

The IM series from TE Connectivity are signal relays. These are slim line, low profile, electromechanical power relay with 5.65mm height and typically used in miniature equipments. The IM series relays are available in several models such as standard and high dielectric, high current and high contact stability relays. It offers high dielectric and surge capability up to 2500Vrms between open contacts and 3000Vrms between coil and contacts.
  • DPDT contact form
  • Switching capacity of 2A, 5A at 220VDC and 250VAC based on models
  • Switching power is 60W
  • Monostable, bistable versions available
  • Coil voltage ranges from 1.5 to 24VDC
  • UL standard approved
  • High mechanical shock resistance up to 300g functional
  • Low coil power consumption
  • Through hole and SMD terminals available


Industrial, Power Management, Automation & Process Control, Consumer Electronics, Test & Measurement, Automotive, Portable Devices

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