Rapid adds Pickering Electronics to its reed relay range

Rapid Electronics has partnered with Pickering Electronics to become their first official distributor in the UK. Pickering Electronics is a long-established manufacturer of Single-in-Line (SIL/SIP), Dual-in-Line (DIL/DIP), Through-Hole, Surface Mount and custom configuration reed relays in 1 Form A, 2 Form A, 1 Form B, 1 Form C and 2 Form C. Users will have access to a wide variety of Pickering’s product ranges through Rapid Electronics online shop, including Pickering’s latest innovation – the Series 120 4mm² Reed Relay range.

These Single Pole (1 Form A) relays attracted a lot of interest since being released at Semicon West due to its extremely small size of 4 x 4mm, whilst still switching up to 1 Amp, 20 Watts. These are the same reed switches as used in many other long-established Pickering Electronics ranges but are orientated vertically within the package, allowing this very high density.


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