Panasonic’s New RT-3 4-Point Unit Relays

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From the industry leader in relays, Panasonic, comes two new additions to their RT-3 solid state relay series. The quad PA-N type relays are space efficient with a slim (33 mm) package that can be either DIN-rail mounted or screwed into place. With a compact control interface, complete with a status LED, the new RT-3 relays are perfect for use in test and measurement systems, as well as HVAC or industrial applications.


Panasonic’s new members of the RT-3 series offer both 12 V and 24 V inputs to suit your design needs. To ensure safe, reliable operation, the RT-3 series touts vibration and shock resistance, and offers an optional short-circuit plate for bridging terminals (sold separately). Flexible and easy to install, the new RT-3 relays from Panasonic are an ideal way to incorporate sleek functionality into your industrial, HVAC or test/measurement solution.

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