# Reed Relay

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The reed relay consists of a switch with magnetic contacts that move under the influence of an external magnetic or the induced field from its solenoid. They have faster switching speed compared to the electromechanical ones but their switching current and voltage is lower mainly because of its contacts thickness…. Read more »

# DPST Relay – Double Pole Single Throw

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The Double Pole Single Throw DPST relay is the equivalent of 2 SPST switches (NO Normally Open and NC Normaly Closed) and can be used to switch 2 different loads. We have 2 scenarios depending on the type of relay without voltage on coil: with a NO the loads will… Read more »

# DPDT Relay – Double Pole Double Throw

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The DPDT relay (Double Pole Double Throw) is quite interesting and can be used in various scenarious, including for changing the direction of a motor as you can see in the picture below. It has 2 terminals and 4 connectors and you can look at the DPDT relay as the… Read more »

# SPDT Relay – Single Pole Double Throw

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The Single Pole Double Throw SPDT relay is quite useful in certain application because of its internal configuration. It has one common terminal and 2 contacts in 2 different configurations: one can be Normally Closed and the other one is opened or it can be

# NC SPST Relay – Normally Closed Relay

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The NC Normally-Closed SPST (Single Polse Single Throw) relay has an initial closed circuit state when no current is applied to its internal coil therefore it connects the power to the load (fan, light bulb, etc). When voltage is applied to the coil of the relay the internal switch goes… Read more »

# NO SPST Relay – Normally Open Relay

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The NO Normally-Open SPST (Single Pole Single Throw) relay has an opened circuit state when no current is applied to its coil so basically it disconnects the power to the load in the inactive state. When current is applied to its coil the generated magnetic field switches the armature and… Read more »

# Common Types of Relay

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You can choose from a wide range of relays but do you know what type to use in your project? Well, sometimes is hard to choose, especially if you’re not sure which model you need or how a specific one works. In this article we will learn about different types… Read more »

# Run/Stop Relay Circuit

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Safety is a major concern in a good many motor-driven applications. This is true in industrial applications where motion starts when power is applied and especially true when power is restored after an outage. In such cases, unwanted or unexpected motion is a risk to life or limb. The most… Read more »

# 2006 Ford Explorer,2.WD Fuse Box Diagram

2006 Ford Explorer,2.WD Fuse Box Diagram 2006 Ford Explorer,2.WD Fuse Box Map Fuse Panel Layout Diagram Parts: trailer tow relay, starter relay, PCM power relay, A/Cclutch relay, daytime running lamp, fog lamp relay, blower motor, high beam relay, fuel pump relay, horn relay, brake pedal relay, A/C indicator diode, relay,… Read more »

# 1996 Volvo 240 Electrcal Fuse Box Diagram

1996 Volvo 240 Electrcal Fuse Box Diagram 1996 Volvo 240 Electrcal Fuse Box Map Fuse Panel Layout Diagram Parts: ground connection, pressure sensor, thermostat switch, fan switch, ignition switch, relay, micro switch, solenoid valve, fuse box, compressor solenoid.