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IEVref:444-03-01ID:
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Term: energizing quantity (for elementary relays)
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Definition: electrical quantity which, when applied to the input circuit of an elementary relay under specified conditions, enables it to fulfill its purpose

NOTE – For elementary relays the energizing quantity is usually a voltage. Therefore, the input voltage as energizing quantity is used in the definitions given below. Where a relay is energized by a given current instead, the respective terms and definitions apply with "current" used instead of "voltage".


Publication date:2002-01
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