GE Lighting Controls RR7EZ GE Wiring Devices GESPST 20A277V PL Relay

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Vendor: GE Lighting
Cat #: RR7EZ
Part #: 87573
SKU: 173355
UPC #: 043180564481

Product Specifications

Amperage Rating 20
Case Quantity 1, 10 , 50
Catalog Description GE Wiring Devices RR7EZ Standard 3-Wire Low Voltage Relay, 20 AMP, Contact Configuration: SPST, Contact Rating: Lamp Load: 125 VAC 20 AMP Tungsten Filament, 277 VAC 20 AMP Ballast, Resistive Load: 277 VAC 20 AMP, Motor Load: 1/2 HP At 110 - 125 VAC, 1-1/2 HP At 220 - 277 VAC, Mounting: Standard 1/2 IN Knockout, 1 Pole, Connection: Spade Terminals, Resistance: 75 - 85 OHM At 60 HZ Unrectified, 55 - 60 OHM DC Resistance, Operating Cycles: 50000 Full Load, 100000 No Load, 0 - 60 DEG C Operating Temperature, Environmental Conditions: Relative Humidity: 10 - 95 PCT RH Non-Condensing, Atmosphere: Non-Explosive, Non-Corrosive, Vibration -Stationary Applications NEMA Level A (0.003 IN Amplitude, 1 G Acceleration), Lead Length: 7-1/2 IN Quick Disconnect, UL Listed, CSA Certified
Catalog Number RR7EZ
Connection Spade Terminals
Contact Configuration SPST
Contact Rating Lamp Load: 125 VAC 20 AMP Tungsten Filament, 277 VAC 20 AMP Ballast, Resistive Load: 277 VAC 20 AMP, Motor Load: 1/2 HP At 110 - 125 VAC, 1-1/2 HP At 220 - 277 VAC
Country of Origin USA
Environmental Conditions Relative Humidity: 10 - 95 PCT RH Non-Condensing, Atmosphere: Non-Explosive, Non-Corrosive, Vibration -Stationary Applications NEMA Level A (0.003 IN Amplitude, 1 G Acceleration)
GTIN 00043180564481
In Stock Yes
Invoice Description English LOW VOLTAGE RELAY,STD 3-WIRE,SPST
Mfr/Vendor GE Lighting
Mounting Standard 1/2 IN Knockout
Number of Poles 1
Operating Cycles 50000
Operating Temperature 0 - 60
Resistance 75 - 85 OHM At 60 HZ Unrectified, 55 - 60 OHM DC Resistance
Select Code LIGHTING
ShortDescriptionStripped GE-Lighting-Controls-RR7EZ-GE-Wiring-Devices
Special Features Mechanical latching-type units requiring only momentary 24 V rectified AC switch circuit pulses to open or close line-voltage circuits; Employs a split low-voltage coil to move the line voltage contact armature to the ON (OFF) latched position; The ON coil moves the armature to the right when a 24 VAC control signal is impressed across its leads; This is analogous to a magnet attracting the handle of a standard single pole switch to the ON position when energized; The armature (handle) latches in the ON position and will remain there until the OFF coil is energized, drawing the armature into the OFF position; This control operation provides several key control features: positive action, stable operation, minimal power consumption, additive control functions; May be used to full-rated capacity for tungsten filament, ballast or resistive loads; Low-voltage wire leads have female quick disconnect (OD) terminals for 0.187 X 0.02 IN standard male tabs; Do not use this relay to switch DC loads, this will damage the power contacts; Operates in any position; Split coil (1/2 for on, 1/2 for off), compatible with standard interface/drivers, ULN-2003A darlington transistor arrays, operating voltage - nominal: 24 - 29 VAC (plus/minus 10 PCT) rectified, (minimum at relay - 21 VAC rectified), 30 - 38 VDC (plus/minus 10 PCT) filtered, momentary duty rating, minimum activating pulse time: 50 MILSEC, impedance: 75 - 85 OHM at 60 HZ unrectified, 55 - 60 OHM DC resistance, for proper operation, use only half-wave rectified AC voltage for relay control; 0.865 - 0.875 IN (nominal 22 MM) diameter In 14 or 16 AWG material; Two terminals, two back wiring holes per terminal for feed-through wiring, screw-actuated clamps for use with 14 - 10 AWG solid or stranded wire, copper wire only
Standard UL Listed, CSA Certified
Type Standard 3-Wire Low Voltage Relay
UPC 043180564481
description GE RR7EZ LOW VOLTAGE RELAY,STD 3-WI

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