Part Number: DS2E-S-DC24V

Manufacturer: Panasonic Industrial Devices

Description: Low Signal Relays – PCB SUGGESTED ALTERNATE 769-TX2-24V

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Technical Specifications of DS2E-S-DC24V

Datasheet  DS2E-S-DC24V datasheet
Category Relays
Family Signal Relays, Up to 2 Amps
Manufacturer Panasonic Electric Works
Series DS
Packaging Bulk
Part Status Active
Relay Type General Purpose
Coil Type Non Latching
Coil Current 8.3mA
Coil Voltage 24VDC
Contact Form DPDT (2 Form C)
Contact Rating (Current) 2A
Switching Voltage 250VAC, 220VDC – Max
Turn On Voltage (Max) 16.8 VDC
Turn Off Voltage (Min) 2.4 VDC
Operate Time 10ms
Release Time 5ms
Features Sealed – Amber
Mounting Type Through Hole
Termination Style PC Pin
Contact Material Silver (Ag), Gold (Au)
Coil Power 200 mW
Coil Resistance 2.88 kOhms
Operating Temperature -40°C ~ 70°C

DS2E-S-DC24V Description

The DS2E-S-DC24V is a relay for low signals. These highly sensitive micro relays that can be mounted on PCB boards all have the same height (9.8 mm) and width (9.9 mm), which makes installing them on PCB boards simple. They have high-performance polarised magnetic circuits that give strong resistance to shock and vibration, making them acceptable for use in challenging conditions. Additionally, they are suitable for use in harsh environments.

DS2E-S-DC24V Features

  • It has a nominal operating power of 200mW.
  • Dual in Line pinning is a feature.
  • The construction is sealed and supports automatic washing.

DS2E-S-DC24V Applications

Typical applications include those for computers, measurement and telecommunications equipment, etc.

DS2E-S-DC24V Specification

EU RoHS Compliant
The Part Status Obsolete
HTS 8536.41.00.20
Automotive No
Its Contact Arrangement DPDT
Contact Form 2 Form C
DC Coil Voltage (V) 24
Coil Current (mA) 8.3
Coil Resistance (Ohm) 2.88K
Its Maximum Contact Resistance (mOhm) 50
Insulation Resistance (MOhm) 100
Maximum Pick-Up Voltage 16.8VDC
Minimum Dropout Voltage 2.4VDC
Maximum Switching Current (A) 3
Operate Time (ms) 10
Release Time (ms) 5
Electrical Life (Operations) 500000
Mechanical Life (Operations) 100000000
Relay Construction Non-Latching
Contact Material Silver/Gold Clad
It’s Maximum Switching Power 60W|125VA
Mounting method Through Hole
Termination Style PC Pin
Number of Terminals 8
Seal Sealed
Minimum Operating Temperature (°C) -40
Maximum Operating Temperature (°C) 70
Package Type DIP
Product Weight (g) 3
Product Length (mm) 20
Product Depth (mm) 9.9
Product Height (mm) 9.9

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Relay?

Relays are electrically operated switches. It consists of input terminals and a set of functioning contact terminals for one or more control signals. The switch’s connections can have a wide variety of contact configurations, including making contacts, breaking contacts, and anything in between.

Relays are used when a single signal has to control several circuits or when a different, low-power signal needs to maintain a circuit. Relays were initially utilized in long-distance telegraph circuits to refresh the signal from one circuit by transmitting it on another. Relays performed logic operations in the earliest computers and phone systems.

There have also been produced relays with different operating principles, such as solid-state relays, which use semiconductor properties for control instead of moving elements. The classic type of relay uses an electromagnet to close or open the contacts. Relays that have calibrated operating characteristics and, in certain circumstances, many operational coils are traditionally used to manage overload and fault protection in electrical circuits. However, digital instruments are still referred to as protective relays in today’s modern electric power systems.

Latching relays only need one control power pulse to operate the switch permanently. To reset the switch, you will need to utilize a different group of control terminals, or it can be reset by sending a pulse with the wrong polarity. Repeating the same sort of pulse has no impact. In circumstances in which power failures must not affect the circuits being controlled, magnetic latching relays can be useful.

What Is A Signal Relay For Low-Level Current Switching?

A secondary-molded coil is used in constructing a signal relay because it results in superior insulation performance between the contact and the coil. Because of its primary function, switch current, signal relays typically have a c-contact structure. These are suitable for surface mount and reflow mounting devices, respectively. Because of their gold-plated contacts and bifurcated crossbar constructions, our signal relays are utilized for load switching that is usually less than 2A. These relays ensure contact dependability even when dealing with a tiny signal load. Signal relays are frequent in industrial devices such as machine tools, molding machines, welding machines, mounters, gaming machines,  security devices, and testing and measurement devices.

What’s The Difference Between A Regular Relay And A Power Relay?

All electrical appliances eventually require switching; after all, we can’t leave them on all the Time. These electrical devices can range in power output from low-power ones like lightbulbs to high-power ones like motors, elevators, and other vehicle electronics. Relays have some restrictions, much like every other electronic component, though. Each model and variant has the highest power ratings that are permitted. For instance, we will run into issues. The energy consumed, which comes to 500W and exceeds the relay’s power rating by multiples of the actual value, may be computed as the product of the applied voltage and the current drawn by the relay. This could harm the relay irreparably.

Arcing is a significant issue affecting relays’ functioning when used with high voltages. The current movement across the air gap exists between the relay’s contacts while they are open, from one contact to the other. Arcing increases internal heat production and shortens a relay’s operational lifetime by eroding the connections over Time.

Power relays satisfy high current and voltage requirements while staying below the power and temperature criteria. The fundamental operations of a power relay and those of a standard relay are virtually indistinguishable. Because of their higher current and voltage ratings, we can switch high-power loads thanks to the fact that they have the same components and switching procedures as those mentioned earlier. When switching, power relays are designed to generate less heat and less arcing than regular relays do. This is accomplished through their specialized engineering. Compared to those on a regular relay, the switch contacts on a power relay differ.


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