Swicth using relay

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Swicth using relay

Postby Mbas974 » 05 Feb 2014, 22:41

Hi,
I found this schematic some time ago...
Do you think will it work ?
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Re: Swicth using relay

Postby Lucifer » 06 Feb 2014, 11:24

There are a number of unknowns here.

1 - is there enough voltage at the junction of the two 100E resistors to pull in the relay ?

2 - is the switch latching or non-latching (or is it actually one set of relay contacts) ?

3 - is the relay a latching type (I'm assuming that the diagonal line through the symbol means 'latching' but I'm not sure, so I could e wrong) ?

You could always go ahead and build it - then report back with your findings.

Or, you could use the SEARCH BOX and look up the thread "A Switching Scheme" by MicTester, who published a well-tried and proven relay latching system with minimal component count.
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Re: Swicth using relay

Postby Mbas974 » 06 Feb 2014, 23:22

Thanks lucifer.

I build it and see...
I've used search function prior new post anyway :thumbsup
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