New Catalog - March 2013!
Tutorials - Audio Version
Form A = normally open contact (N. O.)
Form B = normally closed contact (N.C.)
Form C = change over contact (S.P.D.T.)
Form E = Bistable / Latching
AT = Ampere Turns; Parameter that describes magnetic sensitivity.
All New Applications!
How a Reed Switch Works
How a Reed Switch is Made
Reed Relay Resources
Basic Reed Relay
Basic Reed Relay information.
Handling Reed Relays
Proper technique for handling Reed Relays.
High Frequency Reed Relays
Reed Relays capable of handling HF up to 10GHz.
High Frequency Testing
Reed Relay high frequency test set-up and test fixtures.
Life Test Data
View life test data for Reed Switches.
Low offset voltage switching
Reed Relays capable of switching low micro-volts signals.
Magnetic Field Strength
Ampere Turns (AT) vs. milliTesla (mT).
Reed Relay Applications
A general overview of Reed Relay applications.
Reed Relays vs Solid-State relays.