Latching Rib Relays

Latching RIB Relay

RIBL12B Latching RIB Relay

This week, CCI added a new category to the products we offer at ribrelays.com  – Latching Rib Relays.

Latching Rib Relays are prepackaged in their own NEMA 1 plastic enclosure with a 1/2″ mounting nipple, LED indicator and pre-wired for fast, easy and cost effective installations. Activate latching rib relays through pulse commands from a controller. The relay contacts are mechanically latched in the closed position. In the event of a control panel failure – the load remains on. If power is completely lost, the contacts remain in their last state. The load activates upon the return of normal power or emergency power.

The new offerings include:

RIBL12B: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST with 12 Vac/dc Coil

RIBL12BM: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST with 12 Vac/dc Coil, Status LED and Auxiliary Output

RIBL12SB: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST + True Override Switch with 12 Vac/dc Coil

RIBL12SBM: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST + True Override Switch with 12 Vac/dc Coil, Status LED and Auxiliary Output

RIBL24B: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST with 12 Vac/dc Coil

RIBL24BM: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST with 24 Vac/dc Coil, Status LED and Auxiliary Output

RIBL24SB: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST + True Override Switch with 24 Vac/dc Coil

RIBL24SBM: Enclosed Mechanically Latching Relay 20 Amp SPST + True Override Switch with 24 Vac/dc Coil, Status LED and Auxiliary Output

Visit ribrelays.com to see latching relay images and data sheets and to place orders online.

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