Power Relays

Choose from more than 1,500 Power Relay solutions…

Future Electronics has more than 1,500 power relays available, offering one of the most comprehensive portfolios of general purpose, Miniature and Sub Miniature Power Relays.  The largest of all relay categories, we have every contact configuration combination, including many SPST, SPDT, DPST, DPDT as well as 3 pole, 4 pole and even 6 pole power relay solutions. Our parametric filters help refine your automotive relay search results by Contact Arrangement, Contact Current, Coil Voltage and Termination Style. Our inventory includes a huge selection of sealed and non-sealed power relays with Coil Voltages from 3V to 240V.

The Correct Current Rating for Your Power Relay Application:

Power relays are used for switching a wide variety of currents for applications including everything from lighting control to industrial sensors.  At Future Electronics, you will find such a huge selection of Power Relays from 1A to 300A capacity.  Simply choose the current that matches your power relay requirements, from the Amp ratings below.

If you have a preferred brand (e.g. Tyco Electronics, formerly Potter and Brumfield; or Panasonic Electric Works, formerly Aromat) you can refine your automotive relay product search results by choosing your preferred automotive relay brand below.  We also offer a world-class selection of Power Relays from American Zettler, Hongfa Relays, Magnecraft and Song Chuan.

Power Relays for Particular Environments

Many of our Power Relays are designed for specialized environments. The descriptions in the product detail overviews provide more information on High Capacity Noise Immune Power Relays or Polarized and non-Polarized Power Relay options.

In addition, Future Electronics offers a unique bonded inventory program, designed to avert the challenges resulting from the unpredictable supply of products containing raw metals and products with erratic or long lead times. Talk with your local Future Electronics branch and learn more about how you can avoid possible shortages today.

Power Relays by Primary Attributes:

Contact Arrangement

Max Contact Current

Nominal Coil Voltage

Termination Style