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The Series 103 is a range of SIL reed relays intended for such applications as wide bandwidth
A.T.E.switching matrices, attenuator switching or any other applications where exceptionally low
levels of inter-terminal capacitances are required, for example, when carrying fast rise time pulses.

Features SoftCenter ® technology
Highest quality instrumentation grade switches
Inter-terminal capacitances are a fraction
. of that for standard SIL relays
Internal mu-metal magnetic screen
Pin compatible with standard 0.2 inch SIL relays
Optional internal mu-metal magnetic screen
Optional internal coaxial electrostatic screen
Insulation resistance greater than 10E12 ohms
100% tested for dynamic contact resistance
Low Capacitance Pickering Reed Relay 103

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The Pickering Series 103M and 103GM have internal mu-metal magnetic screens. In high density
applications when more than one relay may be operated at any time, for example, ATE switching
matrices, it is usually necessary to use a relay that includes internal mu-metal magnetic screening.
Without this, the operate and release voltages of the relays will be altered by the extraneous fields
from adjacent devices. This means that when temperature effects are also considered, it may not
be possible to operate a relay at its nominal coil voltage. A magnetic screen is therefore important
when relays are used in this way. The addition of this screen does have the effect of slightly
increasing the capacitance figures of the relay.

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