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6V DC 10A SPDT PCB Relay

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About this product

Overview

  • Suits various circuits in the modelling and hobby markets
  • Pin terminals for easily soldered joints
  • 10A switching capacity

Product overview

• Suits various circuits in the modelling and hobby markets
• Pin terminals for easily soldered joints
• 10A switching capacity
• Designed for operation on a 6V power source
• Single pole double throw

Why use a standard relay?
This relay is perfect for use in home automation, modelling applications or hobbies. The relay can be mounted onto a PCB board and has five easily soldered pins. With its compact size, the relay can fit into a wide range of projects and enclosures. The relay can be run off a 6V power supply.

What does single pole double throw (SPDT) mean?
A single pole double throw relay is used to alternate which circuit a signal or voltage is sent to. It has one terminal on one side of the switch, known as the common, and two on the other side called normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC). When the relay’s coil is not powered, the common connector will be linked to the NC connection. When the relay is powered, the common connector will be linked to the NO connection.

Why would I use a relay?
There are several advantages to using a relay. You may want to switch a high current to a lower current, for example if you want to control a mains operated device using a lower powered switch.
You can use a SPDT relay to connect the circuit one way when there is no power and another when the relay is active - for example switching from a red light to a green light when the relay is activated.

Rated 3 out of 5 by from it worked fine, but was very difficult to fit in on breadboard to test
Date published: 2017-02-27
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Specification

Dimensions & Weight

Width:

18.9mm

Depth:

15.3mm

Height:

15.2mm

Construction

Contact Material:

Silver Alloy

Would this be suitable for a ride on car

Asked by: Anonymous
Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee compatibility for this item in your specific use case.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-12-04

What is the coil resistance and what is the minimum pull-in voltage?

Asked by: John
Hello, The data sheet is available here: http://52.50.15.149/Downloads/datasheet-10869
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-11-25
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