Anglia Components has sourced a new range of high quality, competitively priced power and signal relays for the UK and Ireland. It has signed an exclusive distributor agreement with manufacturer Tianbo Electronics.
Wang Tie Wei, General Manager of Tianbo Relays said, “Tianbo Electronics has been very successful at developing international markets in the USA and Europe for its components based on their high quality and competitive price. Anglia has a great track record in the UK and Ireland, and close relationships with its customers – we believe that they are a great partner for us, and we are excited about entering the UK market together.”
Graham Bridger, Marketing Director, IP&E at Anglia responded, “Tianbo relays are an excellent range of cost-effective devices, designed and manufactured to high quality standards and approved to the relevant international standards. Adding this new range to the portfolio that we support and carry through Anglia Live gives our customers a wider choice of options.”
The Asian manufactured Tianbo Relays range carries international approvals including UL, TUV, CSA, VDE and CQC and is manufactured at an ISO9001, ISO/TS16949 and ISO14001 accredited site. The 25 strong power relay range extends right up to the 20A, 250VAC TRA2F relay specifically designed for motor switching in appliances and HVAC systems and other high inrush current applications. This relay features semi-sealed construction (sealed versions available) and carries UL, CUL and CQC approvals. Like all Tianbo devices supplied by Anglia, it conforms to RoHS and ELV standards. The range includes devices capable of switching 30A AC currents and 25A DC currents.
Anglia will also be offering Tianbo signal relays, a compact, cost-effective range of high sensitivity devices with industry standard footprints, suitable for high density mounting. Of particular interest are the HJR & TR5V devices, which boast low coil power requirements for compatibility with IC outputs.
A wide selection of automotive relays completes the Tianbo offering with switching currents up to an impressive 40A.


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