How Our Latching Solid State Relays Will Impact The Space Industry?

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How Our Latching Solid State Relays Will Impact The Space Industry?

How Our Latching Solid State Relays Will Impact The Space Industry


"When the mission is critical, there’s no room for failure."


There are many types of solid state relays in the market such as electromechanical relays, mechanical relays, reed relays, and solid state relays; however, these different types of relays have reliability issues.


Our LSSRs will help resolve many issues faced in outer space and help to save time, costs and lives. 


Precision, reliability, and good performance are non-negotiable when it comes to manufacturing space mission products. Experiencing failures at launch can risk years of hard work and development which only delays progress in research and space exploration. 


A single failure can jeopardise missions, drain resources, and, in the case of space equipment, risk lives. When you’re pushing the boundaries of technology for a brighter future, it’s essential to integrate fail-proof components into your designs.


Latching SSR Relay Vs Mechanical

Latching SRRs in comparison to their mechanical counterparts has better characteristics. Mechanical relays have been a mainstay in various industries, however, a closer examination reveals that mechanical relays exhibit notable shortcomings.


They are prone to mechanical wear and tear, leading to finite lifespans and increased power consumption. Such limitations can have dire consequences for the sustained operation of critical applications, potentially resulting in catastrophic failures.


In the world of space and aerospace engineering, the mechanical relay’s achilles’ heel is its vulnerability to failure. Let’s dissect the six key critical reasons why Latching Solid State Relays perform better than their non-latching ssr circuit adversaries:


  1. Contact Failure: With wear and tear over time, relay contacts succumb to oxidation and resistance issues, paving the path for relay failures.
  2. Coil Failure: Burnouts, insulation breakdowns, or just good old mechanical damage can turn a relay south in a flash.
  3. Mechanical Failure: From failing armatures to springs that lose their spring, these components can put a relay on a rollercoaster of erratic behaviour.
  4. Environmental Factors: Extreme temperature swings, humidity conspiracies, dust invasions, and unyielding vibrations all conspire to shake up relay components.
  5. Welded Contacts: Contacts can fuse under the pressure of high current or arcing, landing in a permanent stuck state.
  6. Manufacturing Defects: Even from the assembly line, defects can creep in, leading to intermittent or outright catastrophic relay failures.


When it comes to the reliability and durability demanded in the space and aerospace world, the mechanical relay’s laundry list of woes is a stark contrast to the steadfast performance and resilience of true Latching SSRs.


In today’s era, where safety is paramount, these risks are untenable. Our latching relays can be adopted as a safer alternative.


Latching SSR Advantages:

Our Latching Solid State Relays are designed to have more advantages than standard solid-state relays.


Firstly, they have no moving parts that wear out over time. This means they last longer and are more reliable in the long run. Additionally, they provide faster switching speeds compared to mechanical solid state relays, making them ideal for applications where speed is critical.


In terms of efficiency, Latching SSR is a cost-effective choice as it consumes less power. Their compact size is perfect for relay applications with restricted space, allowing for versatile placement. Furthermore, these SSR relays operate silently, eliminating noise concerns.


Another significant benefit is that these components produce no contact arching and generate minimal electromagnetic and radio frequency interference, reducing the potential for signal disruption. They are also highly resistant to shock and vibration, ensuring stable performance in challenging environments.


Moreover, LSSRs are compatible with modern digital systems such as computers, digital circuits, and microcoulomb (μC), making them a versatile and reliable choice for a wide range of applications.


Updating Industries with LSSRs for the Future.

Isocom Latching SSRs will provide high reliability, radiation tolerance, a wide voltage range, strong current handling, precise control, zero cool voltage, and custom packages for various sectors like space, aerospace, and defence.


In space applications, our LSSRs will be crucial for spacecraft systems, smoothly handling tasks like controlling power supplies, managing solar panels, and overseeing pivotal systems.

They will also be essential in defence applications, steering radar systems and managing high-tech communication equipment.

In the aerospace field, they will play a key role in aircraft systems, overseeing lighting, temperature control, and battery operations.


Exciting new SSR technology is coming! Join us in transforming the world relay market.


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