Leakage and turning off PVA30N SS relay

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EOLDYNSKI
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We are using the PVA30N Solid State relay to charge a high impedance ion current detector. When putting relays in series between the charge supply and the charged detector there is still significant leakage to charge the detector even  if the detector has a temporary load applied.

Is there any special concerns when connecting the reply's contact in series where both relay contact my float. Please refer to the attachedCircuit.jpg simple circuit diagram

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SivaBommadevara
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Dear @EOLDYNSKI ,

Greetings from Infineon.

It is advisable to monitor the control current signal to verify its actual value, if it is zero, as even minimal current levels can lead to leakage on the output end.

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Siva Naga Malleswararao.

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SivaBommadevara
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Dear @EOLDYNSKI ,

Greetings from Infineon.

we are working on your issue.

Please allow us some to get back with an answer to your query.

Thank you.

Best Regards,

Siva Naga Malleswararao.

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SivaBommadevara
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Dear @EOLDYNSKI ,

Greetings from Infineon.

It is advisable to monitor the control current signal to verify its actual value, if it is zero, as even minimal current levels can lead to leakage on the output end.

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Siva Naga Malleswararao.

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