General Purpose Relays

General Purpose Relays offer reliable design, quick replacements and panel space-saving solutions for common relay control applications.

Bulletin 700-HTA Alternating Relays serve as interposing relays between your controller and field devices. The alternating feature lets you select the primary or secondary load or to alternate between the two. You can use these relays in applications with pumps, compressors, air conditioning, and refrigeration units.

Bulletin 700-HHF Flange-Mounted Power Relays are small-sized general purpose relays that switch large loads.

Bulletin 700-HD Flange Mount Square Base Relays feature blade-style quick connect terminals.

Bulletin 700-HJ Magnetic Latching Relays control lighting loads or continuous duty applications to save energy.

Bulletin 700-HC Miniature Square Base Relays are 4-pole plug-in relays for your low-energy switching applications.

Bulletin 700-HF Miniature Square Base Relays are ideal for automotive applications.

Bulletin 700-HP Relays are general purpose relays with plug-in PIN-style printed circuit board (PCB) terminals.

Bulletin 700-HPS PCB Pin Style Safety Control Relays feature mechanically linked contacts that are required for safety circuits as per EN 50205 (Type B).

Bulletin 700-HG Power Relays are suitable for switching DC loads. Our relays are available with an optional magnetic blowout for arc suppression, enabling switching of even higher current DC circuits.

Bulletin 700-HK Slim Line General Purpose Relays are ideal for a variety of high-density isolation and interposing applications.

Bulletin 700-HB Square Base Relays are designed for HVAC, elevator, and automotive industry applications. Two types of sockets are available; the IEC closed terminal version and the NEMA open terminal version.

Bulletin 700-HL Terminal Block Relays work in a variety of high-density isolation and interposing applications. The thin per-pole interface (6.2 mm wide) and quick connections help reduce installation costs. Optional leakage current suppression circuit design addresses nuisance coil turn-on or contact non-drop-out concerns for TRIAC co...

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