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Johnson Electric has launched the Ledex-EM 100, a new disconnect relay product designed for the residential prepaid smart meter market.

The Ledex-EM 100 is EN 62055 UC3 compliant and is manufactured with UL-94-VO-rated materials. According to the company, the Ledex relay incorporates a switch blade actuator for long life and low resistance operation.

"The Ledex-EM 100 expands our disconnect relay product line for an important and growing smart meter market," says Jim Dick, Johnson Electric's senior vice president of strategic marketing. "Technology leadership is reflected in switching reliability and tamper resistance."


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