RZF Relay

Power PCB Relays with Top Mounted Quick Connect Tabs for Load Connections

TE Connectivity's space-saving RZF relays are printed circuit board relays with top mounted quick connect tabs for load connections. This permits the load current to be kept off the board. With a lower profile than some similar relays and ratings up to 16A, RZF relays may be suitable for microwave ovens, water heaters, electric cooking ranges, vending machines, and other industrial/commercial applications.

Designed for applications where it is desirable to keep load currents up to 16A off the PC board (PCB), RZF single-pole, normally open relays offer top-mounted quick connect tabs for load connections. With a mounted height of only 27.6 mm (1.09 in) including tabs, the RZF relay has a lower profile than similar competitive relays. This saves valuable space above the PCB and permits a cover or other component to be placed closed to the PCB. Production on a fully automated line helps to assure a high level of consistent quality and also helps to hold down cost. Compliance with IEC 60335-1, 5th edition, supports applicability in home appliances.

<28mm

mounted height including tabs

16A

contact rating at 250VAC, 85°C

≥5kV

contact-to-coil dielectric

Key Features

  • 1 Form A (1 NO) contacts rated 16 amps at 250 volts AC
  • THT PCB terminals plus top mounted 4.8 x 0.5 mm (.187 x .020 in) quick connect tabs for load connections
  • Mounted height of only 27.6 mm (1.09 in) including tabs
  • Operates in ambients of up to 85°C
  • 5-48 volt DC coils require 530mW coil power
  • ≥5kV dielectric contact-to-coil
  • Fully automated manufacture helps assure consistent quality while holding down cost
  • Complies with IEC 60335-1, 5th Edition (Glow Wire Test)
  • UL Recognized, file E214025
  • VDE approved, certificate 40046175
  • CQC approved, certificate 17002175064

Key Applications

  • Microwave ovens
  • Electric cooking ranges
  • Water heaters
  • Vending machines
  • Other industrial and commercial controls where it may be desirable to keep load currents off the PCB