Yes, 2.7ADoes this relay really need 2.7A coil current?
The maximum voltage across the diode is the voltage supplied to the coil
The maximum current through the diode is the same as the coil current.
Calculation for freewheeling diode selection?Calculation for what?
Diodes don't really have a power rating just maximum reverse voltage and maximum forward current.
While the coil is activated the voltage across the diode is the same as the coil voltage.Calculation for freewheeling diode selection?
What about energy stored in relay coil
Same power has to dissipate with diode as well.
As far as think.
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