PXI-2569 - relay to armament


Looking for the relay for the PXI-2569 Council specification, I've seen the part number IM42GR for this component. This relay of Axicom has a bistable coil type.

I just want to confirm that this relay away this last position during a power failure or a power command in PXI chassis.

Thank´s in advance


According to this KB, lock relay, which is kind of the PXI-2569present relay, relay keeps its last position if the frame loses power.

Kind regards.

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