|By Business Wire||
|June 24, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
Coto Technology, Inc. has announced the release of CT124/CS124 and CT128/CS128, two additions to their CotoMOS® line of high current solid state relays. The CotoMOS® CT124/CS124 40V relays feature current switching capability to 3.5A with a low on-resistance of 0.07 ohms Max. The CotoMOS® CT128/CS128 40V series relays feature industry leading current switching capability to 4.5A with a low on-resistance of 0.05 ohms Max.
Designed for high current applications typical of Automatic Test, Instrumentation and Industrial Controls, the 124/128 Series relays may also offer an alternative solid state solution for selected 40V or lower Mercury relay applications requiring high current carrying capability. This new CotoMOS® family of solid state relays is a part of Coto’s newest product line of professional-grade MOSFET relays, which provide a high performance, solid-state solution for applications requiring low input power, high signal to load isolation, and virtually unlimited life.
The CotoMOS® CT124/CS124 and CT128/CS128 feature a 1A contact form and come in 6-pin through-hole or 6-pin surface mount packages. The CotoMOS® CT124/CS124 and CT128/CS128 products are available for immediate delivery through Coto’s distribution partners; high-volume lead times range 8 to 10 weeks.
A detailed datasheet for the 124 Series and 128 Series relays with mechanical drawings and electrical specifications is available by download on Coto's website at http://www.cotorelay.com/cotomos.php Additionally, the 2014 printed catalog with data and specifications of Coto’s complete line of CotoMOS® MOSFET solid state relays is available by request at http://www.cotorelay.com/catalog.php
Coto will feature its product line additions as an exhibitor at the Sensors Expo, June 24-26 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, Booth #300.
Coto Technology, Inc.
66 Whitecap Dr.
N. Kingstown, RI 02852
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