XC-J2N

Manufacturer Part NumberXC-J2N
DescriptionElectromechanical Relay SPDT 10A 28VDC 500Ohm Socket
ManufacturerLeach International
TypeNon Latching Relay
XC-J2N datasheet
 

Specifications of XC-J2N

Contact ArrangementSPDTCoil Current56 mA
MountingSocket  
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ENGINEERING DATA SHEET
APPLICATION NOTES:
101
102
103B
007
023
APPLICABLE SOCKET:
SO-1064-10425
CONTACT ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Contact rating per pole
and load type [1]
Resistive
Inductive [2]
Motor
Lamp
Overload
Rupture
Low level [3]
Time current characteristics [4]
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Featuring
LEACH
power and control solutions
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Data sheets are for initial product selection and comparison. Contact Esterline Power Systems prior to choosing a component.
Date of issue: 09/07
Leach Series III Design
All welded construction
Contact arrangement
Designed to the
performance standards of
PRINCIPLE TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Contacts rated at
Weight
Dimensions
Special models available upon request.
Hermetically sealed, corrosion resistant metal can.
Load current in Amps
@28 Vdc
@115 Vac, 400 Hz, 1Ø
10
10
6
8
4
4
2
2
30
60
32
80
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AMERICAS
EUROPE
6900 Orangethorpe Ave.
2 Rue Goethe
P.O. Box 5032
57430 Sarralbe
Buena Park, CA 90622
France
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Tel: (01) 714-736-7599
Tel: (33) 3 87 97 31 01
Fax: (01) 714-670-1145
Fax: (33) 3 87 97 96 86
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SERIES XC
RELAY - NONLATCH
1 PDT, LOW LEVEL TO 10 AMP
1 PDT
MIL-PRF-83536
Low level, 28 Vdc and 115/200
Vac, 400Hz, 3Ø, case
grounded
0.034lb max
.41in x .81in x .64in
@115/200 Vac, 400 Hz, 3Ø
10
8
4
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60
80
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ASIA
Units 602-603 6/F Lakeside 1
No.8 Science Park West Avenue
Phase Two, Hong Kong Science Park
Pak Shek Kok, Tai Po, N.T.
Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2 191 3830
Fax: (852) 2 389 5803
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XC-J2N Summary of contents

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    ... Sarralbe Buena Park, CA 90622 France . . . . Tel: (01) 714-736-7599 Tel: (33 Fax: (01) 714-670-1145 Fax: (33 SERIES XC RELAY - NONLATCH 1 PDT, LOW LEVEL TO 10 AMP 1 PDT MIL-PRF-83536 Low level, 28 Vdc and 115/200 Vac, 400Hz, 3Ø, case grounded 0.034lb max .41in x .81in x .64in @115/200 Vac, 400 Hz, 3Ø 10 ...

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    ... Cold coil at +125° During high temp test at +125° During continuous current test at +125° C Maximum drop-out voltage Coil resistance in ±10% at +25° C except types "C" and "V" +20%, -10% GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Temperature range Minimum operating cycles (life) at rated load Minimum operating cycles (life) at 25% rated load ...

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    ... MAX 2 .156 1.062 .810 MAX .141 TYP .410 .312 MAX 1.078 .133 TYP 1.280 MAX MOUNTING STYLE D FULL R 1.078 4 PLACES 1.062 MAX .640 .312 MAX .320 .133 .141 .810 .410 .025 1.280 MAX MOUNTING STYLE J SERIES XC 1 Page ...

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    ... DIA 3 PLACES TERMINAL TYPE 7 FINISH: BODY - LEACH BLUE TERMINALS - TIN/LEAD WIRING DIAGRAM SUPPRESSION CIRCUIT FOR N, R & V COILS ONLY CONTRASTING BEAD TOL: .XX ±.03; .XXX ±.010 - 84 - SERIES XC .080 DIA TYP .300 - + .062 .002 DIA 3 PLACES CONTRASTING BEAD .320 .210 .450 .300 - + ...

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    Application notes DERATING OF CONTACTS FOR DC VOLTAGES To establish a standard for the derating of relay contacts is, at best, a subjective practice. Limitations are governed by the type of relay, contact gap, maximum voltage capabilities of the relay ...

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    ... Additionally the actual temperature experienced by the relay can be far in excess of existing ambient temperatures due to the heat generated by the coil current and the contact load. Figure 1 is the summary of temperature effects on relay electrical characteristics. ...

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    Calculation of coil temperature rise when R initial and R final are known: Delta T = (234 Delta T = Temperature rise (° Initial temperature (°C) 1 ...

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    Application notes CURVES FOR DC VOLTAGES ABOVE NORMAL RATING: RESISTIVE LOAD ONLY (without arc suppression) Date of issue: 6/ N°103B Page ...

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    Application notes The inductive nature of relay coils allows them to create magnetic forces which are converted to mechanical movements to operate contact systems. When voltage is applied to a coil, the resulting current generates a magnetic flux, creating mechanical ...

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    Types of suppressors: Passive devices. The resistor capacitor circuit It eliminates the power dissipation problem, as well as fast voltage rises. With a proper match between coil and resistor, approximate capacitance value can be calculated from 0.02xT/R, where ...

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    ... At the opening time the current becomes constant as a result of practically zero opening speed. Due to this kind of behavior, this type of suppression must be avoided for power relays. For small relays which have to switch low currents of less than 0.2 A, degradation of life is not that significant and the method may be acceptable. ...

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    The diode + resistor network It eliminates the inconvenience of the resistor alone, explained above, and it limits the action of a single diode now preferred to used the diode + zener network. The diode + zener network ...

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    ... If two or more rows of relays are installed, allow clearance of 1/8 inch between rows, (figures “C” and “D”). Provide 3/16-inch space between relays if used in opposition (figure “E”). Date of issue: 9/07 MOUNTING DISTANCE BETWEEN RELAYS Applicable to XL, X, XA, XCL, XC, YL, Y, YA, YCL, YC, YCA, JS/JSA, JA, JL, J, KA, KL N° ...

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    ... Data sheets are for initial product selection and comparison. Contact Esterline Power Systems prior to choosing a component. Date of issue: 8/09 BASIC SOCKET SERIES DESIGNATION FOR: Series XC MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS OF: MIL-DTL-12883 .xx ±.01; xxx ±.005 .030 lb. max -70° +125° C ...