Ask the Engineer: Why Should a Relay Meet the New NEMA 410 Standard?

NEMA is a standard that defines the worst case inrush current expected from Lighting Control Switches/Relays to be used with electronic drivers and discharge ballasts. This includes both self-ballasted compact fluorescent lamps and integrated LED lamps. NEMA specifies that any 20A devices are tested with a 16A load representing 80% of the branch circuit rating. Panasonic technologies used in leading Lighting Controls include Relays and more.

 

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