Please Help Regarding Relay Circuit Guidance

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  1. moksha1987

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    Im a trader and h ave no idea about relays.
    It happens to be i have 4 pin relays in my list of deliverables.

    Im going to insert an image of the relay.

    Query:
    As you see in the image there are two values 85& 86. Can a relay of the same type come with a value less than 60 in both places instead of value 85&86.

    Please help.:confused:[​IMG]
     
  2. jpanhalt

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  3. moksha1987

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    I have a relay of the same configuration that is in the picture ..my only query after reading one of your links is that, is it possible to get a relay where the 'Relay coil ground' and the 'Relay coil feed' is lesser than 60.

    I understand you saying its common in all relays, but i want to be sure before i tell my client that.

    Thanks again
     
  4. jpanhalt

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    What are the two numbers used for the relay coil? "Less then 60" is meaningless as is. Are you absolutely sure the pins are in the same locations and same orientation as the pins in the relay pictured? What are the numbers for the 4 pins?

    Again, a picture is really helpful.

    John
     
  5. moksha1987

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    85 & 86 is used for the relay coil..and the pins are in the same location as shown in the image i have attached...can i have ur email id if u still cant see the image..i will send it to you...
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  6. moksha1987

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    http://www.mm-4x4.com/ekmps/shops/mm4x4/images/4-pin-30-amp-relay-2810-p.jpg


    this is the link of the image im tryin to show you
     
  7. jpanhalt

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    On re-reading this question, I am assuming you do not have that other relay in hand. Numberings less than 60 are possible. One of the links I provided shows a 1,2,3,4,5 ... numbering system. That is, like the pins on an solid state electronic chip (e.g, IC). To say whether the relay you have will be a plug-in replacement for the other relay without seing the other relay is a crap shoot (i.e, gamble).

    In any event, be sure the coil voltage ratings and contact current ratings are the same.

    John

    Edit: I thought I had another post, that seems now to have disappeared. Note that the two relays you show are not identical. One is for 12V; the other is for 24V.
     
  8. moksha1987

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    I agree to the 12V and 24V part.. but mine originally is a 12V and 30AMP..i jus din have a device to click a picture of it..so i thot ill send u an example..since my main concern had been the other numberings..ill check ur link again..thanks man..
     
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