No, they cannot. Medium loads wear through the contacts’ gold plating, which is what enables the micro-current switching capability. Beneath the gold plating is a Palladium Ruthenium alloy (PdRu) that has a low material transfer characteristic and low welding tendency. After the gold plating wears away, the relay will work perfectly with medium loads up […]
The new Sealevel SeaConnect 370s incorporate innovative Form C electromechanical relays with gold-plated bifurcated contacts. These relays provide lower initial contact resistance and greater initial contact reliability than previous versions of Form C relays. This type of relay enhances the device performance for micro-current switching while still maintaining its capacity for medium loads, making […]
Using Sealevel’s COM Port Manager utility provided with our SeaCOM software suite, a PCI or PCIe serial port can be named “COM1.” After that is done, any program can open “COM1” to communicate with a device attached to that PCI or PCIe serial port.
Sealevel SeaMAC software is used to enable Linux support for products which feature the Zilog® Z85230 Enhanced Serial Communications Controller (ESCC). Our Route56 software package should be used to enable Linux support for products that feature the Zilog® Z16C32 Integrated Universal Serial Controller (IUSC). Both software packages are available for download from the Sealevel […]