Solid State Relays
PCB, 1-Phase ZS
Types RAP 40A ., RAP 48A .
· AC Solid State Relay for PCB mounting
· Zero switching
· Rated operational current: 3 or 5 AACrms
· Blocking voltage: Up to 1200 Vp
· Rated operational voltage: Up to 480 VACrms
· Input range: 3.5 to 40 VDC
4.5 to 40 VDC
· Isolation: OPTO (input-output) 4000 VACrms
· LED status indication
· Low off-state leakage current
· High surge ratings
RAP 48A 5
The RAP-series from Carlo Gavazzi is a Solid State Relay family for socket- or PCB- mounting. With built-in LED status indication for control input, the relay is an ideal in- terface between PLC’s or other logic controls and load. The housing design and pack- ing allows automatic insertion and soldering.
The relay has been designed to switch inductive or resistive loads as long as enough attention is paid to the speci- ficationsstatedinthisdata
sheet, e.g. max. current, ambi- ent temperature etc.
The use of optotriacs for gal- vanic separation together with alternistors as output devices give the most advanced per- formance. Additional snubbers are no longer necessary. The zero switching relay also works with inductive loads due to its high surge capability. An inter- nal heatsink optimizes the thermal resistance between chip and ambient air, thereby increasing the lifetime of the relay.
Solid State Relay (PCB) Switching mode Mounting type
Rated operational voltage
Rated operational current
Switching mode Rated operational voltageRated operational currentControl voltage
A: Zero switching 40: 400 VACrms3: 3 AACrms3.5 to 40 VDC
48: 480 VACrms5: 5 AACrms4.5 to 40 VDC
Rated operationalControl voltageRated operational current
voltage 3 AACrms 5 AACrms
400 VACrms3.5 to 40 VDC RAP 40 A 3 RAP 40 A 5
480 VACrms4.5 to 40 VDC RAP 48 A 3 RAP 48 A 5
RAP 40 A .RAP 48 A .
Operational voltage range10 to 440 VACrms 20 to 530 VACrms
Blocking voltage ³ 1000 Vp³ 1200 Vp Zero voltage turn-on £ 20 V£ 40 V Operational frequency range45 to 65 Hz45 to 65 Hz Power factor £ 0.2 £ 0.2
ApprovalsUL, CSA, VDE UL, CSA, VDE CE-marking Yes Yes
Specifications are subject to change without notice (28.02.2007) <#>