An electromagnet directly stimulates the reed-like connection of a reed switch enclosed inside a glass envelope in a reed relay, often pulling the reeds together to create a connection when the electromagnet is activated. Reed relays have various benefits, including low cost, high switching rates, and total isolation between the switched circuit and switching current.
It is not as quick as some solid-state switches and is not ideal for currents that are very high. Reed relays are a versatile type of relay that are incredibly dependable.
The Global Miniature coaxial reed relay market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A new line of miniature coaxial reed relays for use in high-frequency RF systems up to 3GHz has been introduced by Pickering Electronics. With a footprint that has a 2mm gap between each component, Series 113RF SIL/SIP reed relays can be stacked very densely.
In order to be more compact and power-efficient than other types of relays, Littelfuse Hamlin Miniature Reed Relays incorporate a reed switch and a coil into one device. Relays like these are excellent choices for automated test equipment, security, medical, and process control equipment.
The CRF Series is a low-profile surface mount 7GHz (RF) high frequency reed relay design. The high insulation resistance (IR) of the RF reed relay is 10^13 Ω. It is an ultra miniature reed relay series.
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