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what is relay switch...............? How it is work.........?

what is relay switch...............?
How it is work.........?

Grade:12th Pass

2 Answers

TANAYRAJ SINGH CHOUHAN
65 Points
8 years ago

Relay is one of the most important electromechanical devices highly used in industrial applications specifically in automation. A relay is used for electronic to electrical interfacing i.e. it is used to switch on or off electrical circuits operating at high AC voltage using a low DC control voltage. A relay generally has two parts, a coil which operates at the rated DC voltage and a mechanically movable switch. The electronic and electrical circuits are electrically isolated but magnetically connected to each other, hence any fault on either side does not affects the other side.
 
Relay Switch
Relay Switch Back View
 
Relay switch shown in the image above consists of five terminals. Two terminals are used to give the input DC voltage also known as the operating voltage of the relay. Relays are available in different operating voltages like 6V, 12V, 24V etc. The rest of the three terminals are used to connect the high voltage AC circuit. The terminals are called Common, Normally Open (NO) and Normally Closed (NC). Relays are available in various types & categories and in order to identify the correct configuration of the output terminals, it is best to see the data sheet or manual. You can also identify the terminals using a multimeter and at times it is printed on the relay itself

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PAILA MOHAN RAO
18 Points
8 years ago

2v 100 ohms relay switch cost in india rupees......................

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