CAT# RLY-351
$2.55 each
10 or more $2.25 each
12 Vdc, 88 ohm coil. Contacts rated 40A. Plastic enclosed relay, 1.1" x 1.2" x 1" high. Plastic flange for bulkhead mounting. Mounts in standard automotive relay socket.
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A customer from Manteca, Ca
Remote switch Boat Pumps
I am using several of these to power my Bilge & fuel Pumps in my boat. I am sealing them with epoxy or RTV and (after curing), spraying the terminals and connectors with (Permatex - Battery Protector & Sealer) to prevent corrosion. Makes em salt water proof.

A customer from Huntington Beach, CA
Used Successfully for 120VAC
I needed a relay to control 120VAC power using a low voltage coil. This one seems to be working great. The relay socket makes it easy to hook up, it can handle a lot of current, and AEC actually has a wall transformer that matches its coil voltage. Imitate at your own risk and use a fuse, since I don' see anything on it that says it can handle 120VAC.

A customer from Central Michigan
Worked perfectly
I used these to control aftermarket door locks, and also to remotely operate the hydraulic dump bed on my S10 pickup.

A customer from Omro, WI USA
Great relay. Great deal!
The local auto parts store wanted over $9 for an equivalent relay. Do yourself a favor and order half a dozen of these to have on hand for projects. At this price, it's even cheaper to use these than to buy SPST relays at the local store for your fog/driving/off-road lights.

A customer from Central Michigan
Worked like a charm.
I used a pair of these to switch the power door lock actuators (CAT# DLA-1) when I installed power door locks in my 1995 S10 that didn't have factory power door locks. This way, I can install a remote starter/remote door lock unit later. The remote units generally put out only enough current to fire a relay, not the actuator, so this will work perfectly. Order the plugs (CAT# SRLY-2) to make installation easier.