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Clare CPC1998 AC power relay

1/20/2011 03:06 PM EST
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Sanjib.A
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re: Clare CPC1998 AC power relay
Sanjib.A   1/26/2011 4:46:17 PM
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Thanks a lot!

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tnw   1/26/2011 2:52:43 PM
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A component that's UL 508 recognized is deemed by UL to be suitable for use in an "Industrial Control Panel" as defined by the UL 508 standard. It's not "listed" by itself as a stand-alone device because it doesn't do anything unless it's associated with other circuitry and components. Basically that means you can use it to switch things in a "listed" control panel without having to have the component tested separately.

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Sanjib.A   1/23/2011 1:21:17 PM
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Good to know that The CPC1998 comes in the unique i4-PAC package, pioneered by IXYS to achieve the highest power ratings following a unique IXYS process in which the silicon chips are soft soldered onto the Direct Copper Bond (DCB) ceramic substrate instead of the copper lead-frame. The DCB ceramic substrate provides 2500Vrms isolation and very low thermal resistance (0.35°C/W) as well. What does it mean by UL508 "recognized"? Does it mean it is UL 508 certified?

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