Initial contact resistance, max.
Nominal switching capacity
Max. switching power
Max. switching voltage
Max. carrying current
Min. switching capacity (Reference value)*1
Nominal operating power
Insulation resistance (Initial)
Between open contacts
Between contact and coil
Operate time [Set time] (at 20°C 68°F)
Release time [Reset time] (at 20°C 68°F)
Conditions for operation, transport and storage*3
Max. operating speed (at rated load)
1 Form C
2 Form C
Max. 50 mΩ (By voltage drop 6 V DC 1A)
2 A 30 V DC (resistive load)
60 W, 125 VA (resistive load)
220 V DC, 250 V AC
10μA 10m V DC
Single side stable (M type: 400 mW, S type: 200 mW);
latching (M type: 360 mW, S type: 180 mW)
Min. 100MΩ (at 500V DC)
Measurement at same location as “Initial breakdown voltage” section.
1,000 Vrms for 1min.
(500 Vrms for 1min: 1 Form C type) (Detection current: 10mA.)
1,500 Vrms for 1min.
(1,000 Vrms for 1min: 1 Form C type) (Detection current: 10mA.)
(By resistive method, nominal coil voltage applied to the coil, contact carrying current: 2A.)
Max. 10 ms [10 ms] (Nominal coil voltage applied to the coil, excluding contact bounce time.)
Max. 5 ms [10 ms] (Nominal coil voltage applied to the coil, excluding contact bounce time.)
Min. 490 m/s2
Min. 490 m/s2
Min. 980 m/s2 (Half-wave pulse of sine wave: 6 ms.)
10 to 55 Hz at double amplitude of 3.3 mm (Detection time: 10μs.)
10 to 55 Hz at double amplitude of 5 mm
Min. 108 (107: 1 Form C latching type) (at 600 cpm)
Min. 5×105 rated load (at 60 cpm)
Ambient temperature: –40°C to +70°C –40°F to +158°F
Humidity: 5 to 85% R.H. (Not freezing and condensing at low temperature)
Approx. 3 g .11 oz
Approx. 4g .14oz
Notes: *1 This value can change due to the switching frequency, environmental conditions, and desired reliability level, therefore it is recommended to check this with the
actual load. TX/TX-S/TX-D relay AgPd contact type are available for low level load switching (10V DC, 10mA max. level).
*2 Half-wave pulse of sine wave: 11ms; detection time: 10μs
*3 Refer to “AMBIENT ENVIRONMENT” in GENERAL APPLICATION GUIDELINES.