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FAQ02241 of Solid-state Relays FAQ

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What is the difference between the input rated voltage and operating voltage for Solid-state Relays?


Rated voltage

The voltage that serves as the standard value of an input signal voltage. The voltage must be within this range.

Operating voltage

The permissible voltage range of an input signal voltage. The applied voltage may fluctuate within this range. Voltages outside this range cannot be used.

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