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CAT # RLY-495 (5 Reviews) Write a Review

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Meder # DIP05-1A57. 5 Vdc, 350 Ohm coil. S.P.S.T., normally-open contacts. IC DIP configuration.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
(This item was manufactured prior to August 31st, 2018)

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Customer Reviews (5 Reviews)

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Meder DIP relay

Reviewer: from Ontario Canada

http://www.meder.com/fileadmin/meder/pdf/en/Products/Reed_Relays/Relay_DIP_Series_E.pdf

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Rated Current?

Reviewer: from Glendale, CA

What's the rated contact current? Does it work with 3Vdc?

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Good Relay

Reviewer: from Hutchinson, MN

Very good for sending a signal. I use it for my Arduino and it is perfect! Very quiet, very quick, and very durable.

I wasnt able to find a data sheet anywhere for this but here it is:

Coil: 2/6 (polarity didnt seem to matter, email me if you disagree!)
14/1 closes to 8/7

not sure about 13 and 9, possibly blank since its a SPST

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Pinout and other info

Reviewer: from WATERFORD, CT USA

Here is what I measured on one unit:

1, 14 - connected together
2, 6 - 335 ohm coil, no diode so either polarity OK.
I verified this by connecting +5VDC both
ways and measuring the current draw.

3, 4, 5 - no pins
7, 8 - connected together
9 - no connection
10, 11, 12 - no pins
13 - no connection
8, 14 - Normally Open (NO) contact.

Contact closes about 2.35V
Contact opens about 2.31V

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Cheap and reliable, but no datasheet.

Reviewer: from Cincinnati, OH, USA

Works great, had to use datasheets for their other relays to piece this one together. As far as I can tell, 1 and 14 are connected, 7 and 8 are connected, 2 and 6 are the coil triggers, with 2 as the anode. 9 and 13 are disconnect. I tested it based on these assumptions and it worked.

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