1JB6-1 Miniature Magnetic Latching Relays

  • This product is a high-voltage DC magnetic holding relay designed by our company. It can switch the load of DC 110 Vd.c. to fill the blank of domestic and foreign similar switching function relays. It can be used for the conversion of military equipment circuits such as satellites, spacecraft, rockets, missiles, etc.

Description

1JB6-1 Miniature Magnetic Latching Relays

Environmental Characteristics

No. Parameter Environmental Specification
1 Quality Grade Ⓙ, (G), G5B, G5B+
II IV
2 Temperature Range (℃) -55~85
3 Relative Humidity (40±2) ℃, 90%~95%
4 Low Pressure (kPa) 0.67~0.27
5 Vibration (Hz) 10~2000
(m/s2) 147 196
6 Random Vibration ((m/s2)2/Hz) 10 20
7 Shock (m/s2) 490 735
8 Acceleration (m/s2) 490 735

 

Main Characteristics

Contact Arrangement Primary: 1PDT

Secondary: 1PDT

Operating Time (ms) ≤20
Coil Power(W) 2.9 Release Time (ms)
Leak Rate (Pa.cm3/s) ≤1×10-3 Load Ratings Resistive Primary: 6A, 110V d.c.

Secondary: 2A, 28V d.c.

Contact Resistance(Ω) Initial ≤0.05 Low Level 10 µA~50 µA, 10 mV~50mV
After Life ≤0.1 Life Time (Cycles) 2×104
Insulation Resistance(MΩ) Normal ≥500(500Vd.c.) Overload Rating Primary: 12A, 110V d.c.
High Temp./Humidity ≥10(500Vd.c.)
Dielectric Strength

(Vr.m.s)(50Hz)

Normal ≥500 Weight(g) ≤75
Low pressure ≥200

 

Electrical Specification

Specification No. Coil Voltage 25℃ Entire Temperature Range
Normal Max Coil resistance (Ω)

(1±10%) Ω

Operating Voltage max Release Voltage (min) Operating Voltage max Release Voltage(min)
028 28 30 270 18 24

 

Dimensions Circuit Diagram Resistive Load Diagram

  • The 4, 5, and 6 leads are auxiliary contact terminals
  • The 1, 2, and 3 leads are primary contact terminals

 

Order Mark

  • G and General Military Products

Example: 1JB6-1 /IV 28 B

1JB6-1 / IV 28 B
Product model Environmental rating Coil voltage Mounting style

 

  • G5B and G5B+

Example: 1JB6-1 /28 B /G5B

1JB6-1 / 28 B / G5B
Product mode Coil voltage Mounting style Quality level

Detailed Specifications: Q/RYJ01106-2006