Does magnetic shielding help in making a low thermal reed relay?
The higher the coil resistance the less power produced by the relay and therefore there will be less thermal offset voltages generated. By applying a magnetic shield, the contacts see a much stronger magnetic field. This allows the relay designer to increase the coil resistance which in turn reduces relay power and heat generation.
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