SANTA MONICA, CA -- Master Distributors, a leading distributor of electromechanical, interconnect and passive components, announces it is now stocking Crydom’s new Series of DIN rail-mounted AC and DC output solid state relay (SSR) assemblies, the DRS series of DIN rail sockets, and the new 3-Phase and AC Motor Reversing SSRs.
The DRA Series features 10 millimeter (mm) wide single channel and 54 mm wide four channel DIN rail-mounted SSR assemblies. The DRS Series single channel and four channel sockets accept industry standard SIP type SSRs, including the Crydom CX and CMX series.
Crydom has added 36 new 3-phase SSR models to its 53 Series of panel-mounted 3-phase AC output Solid State Contactor Relays. The expanded 53 Series now includes 3-phase and motor reversing models that feature IP20 touch-safe covers with load current ratings of either 25 or 50 amps per channel at 530 VAC, as well as four new AC motor reversing models.
“Crydom is a world leading manufacturer of solid state relays, which offers thousands of catalog off-the-shelf items, as well as custom-designed solid state relays and related products,” said Paul Bachman, Crydom’s Operational Marketing Manager. “We look forward to distributing these high quality and industry-leading products through Master Distributors.”
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