Chicago – January 18, 2022: Newark, an Avnet Company and global distributor of electronic components, products and solutions, today announced an expansion to its inventory of Omron products. The range now includes a vast array of dependable electromechanical components that ensure the performance, reliability, and safety of electrical equipment.
“Newark is dedicated to offering the widest range of high-performance electrical products to support customers at every step of their design journey,” said Danny Weiss, Product Segment Lead at Newark. “Our expanded inventory of Omron products underscores our commitment to serving customers looking for smart solutions for energy storage, power generation, electric vehicle charging and more.”
Some of the new products now available to Newark customers include:
- G7EB high power, low-heat generation power relay: Features low-heat generating design with low CR of 5 m Ω for high capacity / current applications. Ideal applications include PV inverters, power conditioning systems, industrial inverters and UPS systems.
- G2RG-X PCB power relay developed for inrush current prevention: Power relay with 500 VDC 10 A switching capacity (2 poles series wiring with 3.0 mm contact gap) UL and TUV certified. Ideal for energy storage systems.
- G6QE miniature and low height single-pole power relay: High switching current of 36 A@250 VAC and 10,000 operations, 30 A@250 VAC and 100,000 operations in a miniature package. Applications include PV inverters and EV chargers.
Jim Neville, Senior Manager of Product Development at Omron Electronic Components, said: “Omron components are ideal for building a more energy-efficient future, from efforts to reduce emissions for commercial buildings, which account for a large amount of energy consumption, to residential households looking to generate power to recharge electrical devices and vehicles. Omron has a variety of relays, switches, sensors and connectors required for modern energy generation, storage and use.”
Newark customers can explore the expanded Omron range here: https://www.newark.com/omron-power-relays