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Highland Technology Press Release - July 2011

Highland Technology Announces VME 64 SPDT Power Relay Board


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The V210 features 64 SPDT electromechanical power relays under VME register control.July 2011 - Highland Technology has released its latest industrial/aerospace VME module, the model V210 relay board. The V210 features 64 SPDT electromechanical power relays under VME register control. Features include relay state readback, VME activity and error LEDs, and jumper-free configuration. Relays are rated for 2 amps, 240 VAC, 60 watts maximum.

The module is switch-selectable to operate in conventional or latching-relay modes, and is a drop-in replacement for all versions of the VMIC VMIVME-2210 relay module.

http://www.highlandtechnology.com/DSS/V210DS.shtml



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