New 12 VDC PCB Relay with Maximum Carrying Current of 62.5 A

Press Release Summary:

  • Occupies 12.1 x 15.5 x 13.7mm footprint and weighs the same 6g
  • Available with 14 VDC and an operating temperature of -40 to +125°C
  • Features electrical life of 100,000 operations and power consumption of 600 mW

Original Press Release:

Fujitsu Introduces Ultra-compact, 50A PCB Relay for Medium-to-heavy Automotive Loads

Maintains the same size and weight of 40A counterpart

Sunnyvale, Calif. -- November 11, 2020 -- Fujitsu Components America, Inc. has expanded its automotive relay offering with a new 12VDC PCB relay featuring a switching capacity of 50A at 14VDC. The FBR53-HC offers a higher contact rating than its 40A FBR53-HW counterpart, yet occupies the same 12.1 x 15.5 x 13.7mm footprint and weighs the same 6g.

With a maximum carrying current of 62.5A, 14VDC (30 minutes at 125°C) and an operating temperature of -40 to +125°C, the FBR53-HC is suited for medium-to-heavy loads, such as electric power steering, radiator fans, fuel pumps, seat heaters, head lamps and motor braking circuits.

The FBR53-HC is a mini ISO relay replacement that employs a 1 Form U dual contact arrangement normally open for high contact reliability. It features a typical electrical life of 100,000 operations and power consumption of approximately 600mW.

Available immediately, the RoHS-compliant relay is offered in a plastic sealed package and is also in a through-hole reflow version.

About Fujitsu Components America, Inc.

Fujitsu Components America, Inc. markets and distributes electronic and system components and sub-systems throughout North and South America. Products include relays, touch panels, thermal printers, wireless modules, and input and pointing devices. The company is headquartered at 1230 E. Arques Ave., M/S 160, Sunnyvale, CA 94085. For product information, contact FCAI via telephone at 1-800-380-0059 or by email at components@us.fujitsu.com. For more information, please see: https://www.fujitsu.com/us/products/devices/components/

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