Teledyne Relays Announces New Dual Solid-State Relay For Military, Aviation Markets
HAWTHORNE, Calif. (March 3, 2004) - Teledyne Relays today announced its new Series LDP70 solid-state relay, which is designed for the demanding performance and quality requirements of military and aviation applications.
The LPD70 is a dual-output, 250mA, 28Vdc plastic relay with internal thermal protection. It utilizes optical isolation to provide excellent input-to-output isolation.
The LPD70 offers a current-limiting output to protect itself and associated load circuits from transient current overloads. During an overcurrent condition, the LPD70 clamps the current to a safe operating value.
The LPD70 also offers thermal protection. The thermal protection is activated by junction temperature. In case of an overload or shorted load condition, the thermal protection limits the junction temperature. The LPD70 returns to normal operation automatically once the overload is removed.
Applications for which the LPD70 is suited include interface applications, aircraft flight control systems, automated test equipment and 28Vdc aircraft instrumentation systems.
The LPD70 weighs 0.07 oz. (2g). The case measures 0.79 x 0.37 x 0.14 inches (20.07 x 9.4 mm x 3.56 mm).
The relays are priced at $66 each in quantities of 500 units. Lead time for delivery is 10 weeks.
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Teledyne Relays, a Unit of Teledyne Electronics and Communications, has been the world's innovative leader in manufacturing ultraminiature, hermetically sealed, electromechanical and solid-state switching products for more than 40 years. The company's comprehensive product line - including 18 new products released in 2003 - meets a wide range of requirements for industrial, commercial, military and aerospace uses.