Fujitsu FTR-K5 series automotive relays

The FTR-K5 relay is the second in a range of new EV (electrical vehicles) and PHV (plug-in hybrid vehicles) components that Fujitsu Components is currently developing for its e-mobility customers

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Extending the Range
With e-mobility on the rise, so is the demand for specially designed components that cater to specific e-mobility needs. One obvious application is the charging of electrical vehicles, which relies on automotive grade relays as on-board gate keepers for increasingly powerful battery packs. Increasingly powerful, since modern e-driving, is all about range and charging times. This is why Fujitsu Components recently introduced the FTR-K5 series that, by doubling up on capacity, cuts charging times in half.
 
More Power
The FTR-K5 relay is the second in a range of new EV (electrical vehicles) and PHV (plug-in hybrid vehicles) components that Fujitsu Components is currently developing for its e-mobility customers. Among them are manufacturers of e-cars e-trucks, e-boats, and other heavy-duty e-vehicles. Fujitsu’s first automotive grade e-mobility relay for charging applications was the FTR-K1 - a 3.3 kW relay suitable for 16A and 250VAC - which was released in 2017. The new FTR-K5 version extends the range to 6.6 kW or 32A at 250VAC, cutting charging times in half by doubling the load specifications.

 

Features

  • 1 pole 40A, 1a contact
  • 32A 250VAC switching which corresponds 6.6kW standard charger
  • 40A continuous power supply
  • Vibration resistance a
  • nd shock resistance meet automotive relay specification standards
  • Operable at up to +105°Cambient temperature
  • High insulation- Between coil and contact creepage distance 8.8mm(Conform to IEC61810-1 277 enhanced insulation)-Between coil and contact withstand voltage 5000 VAC
  • Selectable from flux free and plastic sealedPlastic parts: UL flammability 94V-0Through hole

 

Applications

  • EV/PHV on-board charger (standard charger AC line)

 

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