I tried to find these Digikey parts but it looks like the search string was cut off. Searching myself didn't turn anything up. I'm getting ready to do control wiring on my conversion and have a P&B 12 VDC relay to use but would prefer something with proper contact rating voltage (even if the current is very low).
I'd appreciate any help with these numbers!
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James Massey wrote:
> The KSI is very low current, so what I'd do is use a small
> (size of a matchbox or a little bigger) industrial relay.
A popular relay for this application is the P&B KUEP series. The SPST
vresion is rated 10A @ 150VDC; DPST is 5A @ 150VDC. All of the KU
series are rated 0.5A @ 120VDC, but the KUEP is the best choice since it
has magnetic blowouts. It is a standard plug-in style relay. The only
12V coil version Digikey seems to have in stock is the DPST:
A little "higher-tech" (and less costly ;^) is to go to a reed relay,
such as this one from Digikey that is rated to switch 200VDC @ 0.5A and
to carry 1.0A:
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