HF-Relay

(formerly known as 806-Series)

High frequency Reed Relays with high insulation values

High-voltage RF Reed Relay with a patented complete encapsulation of the relay coil and external electro-statical and magnetic shields. For this series, we use special copper-plated form A switches with a breakdown voltage of up to 10kVDC which are suitable for the carrying of high current up to 5A at 30MHz.

Typical applications:

  • Radio frequency technology
  • Antenna tuning units

Dimensions

view from component side (pitch 2.54 mm / 0.1 inch)

Relay Data

Operating temperature (°C) -40/+85
Storage temperature (°C) -40/+105
Isolation coil / contact min. (kVDC) 10
Isolation contact / screen min. (kVDC) 10
Isolation coil / screen min. (kVDC) 0.5
Insulation coil / contact min. (Ohm) 1010
Life expectancy Dependent upon load, refer to factory
Soldering time/temperature max. 5 sec./260 °C
Cleaning Fully sealed

Contact Data

Contact type 54
Contact form A/B dry
Rated power max. (W) 25
Switching voltage max. (VAC) 500
Switching current max. (A) 1.5 RF
Contact resistance max. (mOhm) 30
Insulation resistance min. (Ohm) 1010
Breakdown voltage min. (VDC) 6000(up to 10000 possible)
Operating time incl. bounce typ. (ms) 3.5
Shock at 11ms max. (g) 50
Vibration at 500 Hz max. (g) 10

Data at 140% pull-in energization and 20°C. Other switches on request.

strong>Coil Data (Data at 20°C)

Contact form Switch type Nominal voltage
(VDC)
Coil resistance +/- 10%
(Ohm)
Pull-in voltage maximum
(VDC)
Drop-out voltage minimum
(VDC)
Nominal power
(mW)
1A 54 5 44 3.8 1.0 568
12 250 9.0 2.0 576
24 1000 18.0 3.5 576
1B 54 5 30 3.8 1.0 833
12 170 9.0 2.0 847
24 680 18.0 3.5 847

Diagram view from component side (pitch 2.54 mm / 0.1 inch)

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HF 05 – 1A54 – 6

HF relay, 5V coil voltage, 1 form A switch 54, breakdown voltage 6000 VDC

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