High power starter relay-YS120

High power starter relay-YS120

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Contact Date Contact Arrangement: 1A SPNO Contact Material: Silver alloy,Cu Termination: 5/16 -24 UNF-2A thread;1/4″-20 UNC-2A thread  Contact rating Volts DC(V) NO   Conti.(A) Inrush(A) Electrical Life Contact Material 12 80 400 1×104  Cu 12 100 400 51×104  Silver alloy 36 100 400 2.5×104  Silver alloy Operation condition Dielectric Strength 500V Temperature Range Continuous -20°F~-150°F (-28.9℃~65.6℃) Intermittent -20°F~-120°F (-28.9℃~48.9℃) M...


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Contact Date
Contact Arrangement: 1A SPNO
Contact Material: Silver alloy,Cu
Termination: 5/16 -24 UNF-2A thread;1/4″-20 UNC-2A thread 
Contact rating

Volts DC(V) NO  
Conti.(A) Inrush(A) Electrical Life Contact Material
12 80 400 1×104  Cu
12 100 400 51×104  Silver alloy
36 100 400 2.5×104  Silver alloy

Operation condition

Dielectric Strength 500V
Temperature Range Continuous -20°F~-150°F (-28.9℃~65.6℃)
Intermittent -20°F~-120°F (-28.9℃~48.9℃)
Mechanical Life (no load) 1×105
Mounting Position The installation of a coil upward or levels after is recommended
Duty Cycle Continuous;
Intermittent 30s on maximum and minimum 6 minutes off
Hardware Torque
Specification
Contact Terminal (44-55) inch-lbs
Coil Terminal (12-18) inch
Mass 170.5g

Coil Parameter

Volts DC(V) Coil Resistance(Ω) Pick up(VDC) Coil power(W)
Rated Max. Intermittent Continuous OperateVoltage
(VDC)(67%of
rated voltage)
OperateVoltage
(VDC)(75%of
rated voltage)
Intermittent Continuous
12 13.2 6.0 16.0 8.04 9  
14.4
 
8.1
12 26.4 24.0 64.0 16.08 18
36 39.6 54.0 160.0 24.12 27
48 52.8 * 256.0 32.16 36

Ordering Information
1 Part number: S120 
2 Contact arrangement: 1A:1A; 1C:1C;
3 Coil rated voltage(V): DC:3,5,6,9,12,18,24
YS120
APPLICATION NOTES:
1) Not all number combinations are available.Please contact your Sales Representative for available part numbers.
2) Solenoids applied in battery charging circuits should be protected from higher than rated voltage during charging.The service life
may be affected by this condition and the solenoid may or may not operate the circuit as intended.
3) Circuits should be designed to provide safe operation should the solenoid fail in either the open or closed position.
4) A back-up wrench must be used to hold the bottom nut stationary during installation.


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