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 TE Connectivity Mini K HV Precharge Relays

TE Connectivity Mini K HV Pre-charge Relays

TE Connectivity Mini K High Voltage Pre-charge Relays support the connection and disconnection of the traction battery in switching assemblies for hybrid and battery electric vehicles. The optimized design of the switching contacts make these miniature relays an excellent choice for switchloads of up to 20A at a system voltage of up to 450V. Mini K HV, is available in PCB and plug-in terminals and operates safely with two arc extinguishing magnets. TE Connectivity Mini K HV Pre-charge Relays offer a light-weight, reliable solution for pre-charging the DC high voltage power system in hybrid, full battery electric vehicles and fuel-cell cars.

  • Safe - magnetic arc suppression
  • Prevents contact welds
  • Form X (NO DM) contact arrangement
  • Suitable for voltage levels up to 450 VDC
  • Pre-charge currents up to 20A
  • Limiting break currents up to 20A
  • Small package size - low profile
  • Light weight
  • Available with PCB mount and plug-in terminals
  • Base product, Mini K relay, has been in the market for approx. 20 years


  • DC high voltage pre-charge in hybrid, battery electric, and fuel cell vehicles
  • Contact arrangement: 1 form X (NO DM)
  • Rated voltage: 450VDC
  • Switching current – normal operation: 20A on / 0A off: min 105 ops.
  • Switching current – fault break operation: 20A on / 20A off: min 10
  • Nominal coil voltage: 12V
  • Mechanical endurance: > 107 ops
  • RoHS
  • UL94-HB
  • IEC 60068
Dimensions - PCB Version
 TE Connectivity Mini K HV Precharge Relay Dimensions - PCB Version
Dimensions - Plug-in Version
Dimensions - Plug-in Version

Part Number Height Length Width Coil Resistance Mounting Style Contact Material Coil Termination Contact Termination Power Consumption

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