Skip to main content



Low-Profile Power Relay Has Low Power Consumption

Fujitsu Components Asia Pte Ltd

Singapore, December 02, 2002
FTR-K1 series relay

Fujitsu Components Asia, Limited today released a new low profile, high-power relay that is 39 percent smaller and consumes 42 – 52 percent less power than the company’s previous VSB relay.

Targeted for home appliances, audio-visual equipment, office automation and industrial HVAC applications, the new relay measures 29mm (L) x 12.7mm (W) x 15.7mm (H). It is available with 250mW (250VAC, 10A) and 400mW power coils (250VAC/24VDC 16A).

The new FTR-K1 relay is rated for high ambient temperatures from –40 degrees Celsius to up to 105 degrees Celsius (high sensitive type). A minimum of 10mm creepage and clearance distance from coil to contact provides high-insulation properties for compliance with UL508, 873 and TV-5, as well as CSA, VDE , SEMKO, safety standards.

The relay has a long mechanical life of more than 20million operations. Other specifications include a 10kV surge withstand, a dielectric strength of 5,000VAC between coil to contacts and 1,000VAC between contacts.

Available immediately from stock, the FTR-K1 is priced at $1.50 each in ten thousand-piece quantities.

For more information:

About Fujitsu Components Asia Limited

Fujitsu Components Asia Limited markets and distributes electronic components throughout Asia and Australia. Products include relays, connectors, keyboards, input and pointing devices, and thermal printers.
For more information, please see:

Press Contact - Fujitsu Components Asia

Address: 102E Pasir Panjang Road, #01-01 Citilink Warehouse Complex Singapore 118529

Phone: Phone: (65) 6375 8560
E-mail: E-mail:
Company:Fujitsu Components Asia Ltd.

All company/product names mentioned may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and are used for identification purposes only. Models listed in this press release may not be sold in your country. Please check with your local distributors for availability.

Date: 02 December, 2002
City: Singapore
Company: Fujitsu Components Asia Limited