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8th October 2018
Relays for multiple applications set to showcase at electronica

Focusing on solar, e-mobility and multiple other applications, ZETTLER Group will showcase various new relays at this year’s November electronica show in Munich, Germany (Hall A6 / Booth 118). The new AZEV116 and AZEV132 series are next-generation IEC mode 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging relays in development for release in 2019. 

Power
26th September 2018
Relays protect EVs and solar installations

  Electronica preview: Solar power and e-mobility applications will be a theme at the Zettle Group stand, as the company introduces multiple ranges of relays.

Power
12th November 2017
PCB power relay pair meet solar inverter design demands

  Two PCB power relays for solar inverters, the AZSR190 and AZSR165 series, meet performance and dimension demands, says Zettler.  

Power
13th April 2017
Compact switch mode power supplies are for smart energy

SMPS are needed for smart energy applications, such as low power lighting controls, audio or thermostat controls and other smart home electronics applications, as well as industrial controls.

Power
7th March 2017
Compact power relay guarantees 8mm creepage distance

Manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components, ZETTLER electronics, has introduced its new AZ 6960 relay series. Housed in a low profile package with a height of 12.5mm, the sensitive subminiature power relay guarantees a creepage and clearance distance of 8mm as well as basic insulation according to IEC 60664-1. A 5kV coil-contact dielectric strength and a 1kV dielectric strength between open contacts ensure that the ...

Power
6th February 2017
Bi-stable power relay designed for energy smart applications

ZETTLER electronics has unveiled the AZ 7621 P relay series. The latching power relay can switch 16AMP at 250VAC. Its electric life expectancy is 50K cycles operations at maximum ambient temperature of up to 85°C.

Renewables
21st November 2016
The challenges for E-Mobility charging applications

Once regarded as a temporary hype, the e-mobility sector is growing fast and strong with some predicting it could take a 35% share of car sales by 2035. According to analysts at EV Volumes plug-in EV are charging forward worldwide, with more than 2 million vehicles expected to be on the roads by the end of 2016. In the first half of 2016 around 312,000 plug-in electric cars were sold — a nearly 50% increase over the first half of 2...

Power
23rd September 2016
Solar power relays join switching power supplies

Demonstrating business areas of relays, displays, magnetics and controls, electromagnetic and electronic component manufacturer, the Zettler Group will present solar power relays, displays and switching power supplies at electronica 2016.

Renewables
16th June 2016
80A high power PCB relay designed for the PV industry

Designed to meet solar inverter and other application requirements for the PV industry, ZETTLER Electronics has announced a single pole 80A solar relay. The AZSR180 was developed for PV applications of up to 20/55kVA (single-/three-phase), is suited for medium sized to larger roof top-based as well as commercial systems, deployable up to 4km above sea level.

Power
8th March 2016
Miniature, 20A power relay operates up to +105°C

Designed for applications in appliance, lighting, controls and similar markets, the AZ 576 miniature power relay from ZETTLER electronics meets the ever increasing demands for more power, more cycles and higher ambient temperatures. Establishing best-in-class standards in terms of UL performance, the 20A power relay solution performs at 277VAC at an ambient temperature up to +85°C (+185°F) with ratings of 20A for 30,000 cycles.

Passives
8th December 2015
Innovative Engineering: new series of Solar Relays

The Zettler Group, a global manufacturer and distributor of electromagnetic and electronic components, introduces a new series of 80 A, 120 A and 200 A AC side solar relays. The new developments have wider contact gaps, while handling ever increasing current flows and also accommodating demanding, inverter-design driven specifications with respect to physical size, energy efficiency and relay safety features.

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