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what are the HK RELAY? And what is the use of them?

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Reloadron

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Minimum Order Quantity:
10000 Piece/Pieces
I hope you like them looking at the minimum. :)

Tell us exactly in some detail what you are trying to do. What relay coil voltage you need or want and how much current the relay needs to switch, also the switching voltage as well as switching AC or DC current & voltage. These are the specifications for your link:

1) OUTLINE DIMENSIONS:15.4*19.5*15.0MM

2) MAX. SWITCHING CURRENT:7A, 10A

3) MAX. SWITCHING VOLTAGE:28V DC/ 250V AC

4) DIELECTRIC STRENGTH VR.M.S: BETWEEN OPEN CONTACTS ≥750VAC;

BETWEEN COIL AND CONTACTS ≥1000VAC;

BETWEEN CONTACTS FORM ≥1000VAC;

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE: -40-+85oC;

OPERATION/RELEASE TIME:≤10/8MS

5) CONTACT CAPACITY: 10A 240VAC, 6.3A 28VDC
That exactly what you want in that package arrangement?

Also, knowing your location makes it easier for members to suggest a part number and supplier?

Ron
 
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colin55

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The same shop will have the same type of relay with more pins on the bottom of the relay.
Look for more pins.

If not, use two relays in parallel and operate them at the same time.

Or go to an old computer shop and look on the boards they are throwing out.
 

Reloadron

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The relay they showed you is SPDT. If you read the data sheet you linked to the actual part number is broken down. Look at the ordering information heading. Do as Colin suggest and use two of what they have. I asked specific questions.

Ron
 

colin55

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Connect one relay to the circuit and get it working. You just need to connect to two pins. Listen for the "click."

Now connect the two wires from the circuit to the exact same pins on the other relay.

Listen for the two clicks. One from one relay and another click at exactly the same time from the other relay.
 

sandeepsamant

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Connect one relay to the circuit and get it working. You just need to connect to two pins. Listen for the "click."

Now connect the two wires from the circuit to the exact same pins on the other relay.

Listen for the two clicks. One from one relay and another click at exactly the same time from the other relay.
Got it thanks a lot
 
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