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Transcript
living with the lab
refrigerators
relays
• a relay is a switch that is turned on or off using electricity
• relays allow a low-power signal to control a large amount of
power
• relays are all around us
automobiles
turns on compressor
when temp gets low
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living with the lab
how relays work
• passing a small current through the coil causes the iron core to become magnetized
• this electromagnet attracts an iron mass on the moveable contacts causing the
contracts to cause
iron mass on moveable contacts
iron core becomes an electromagnet
relay used in this class
contacts
coil
here, energizing coil pushes
the right contact toward
the left (stationary) contact.
coil leads
contact leads
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contacts
coil
relay vocabulary
coil voltage – the voltage that must be applied across the coil leads to open or close the
contacts
coil current – the amount of current drawn by the coil; this much current is required to
close the contacts small current
contact rating or contact current – the amount of current that can pass through the
contact leads without damaging the relay much larger current
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contacts
coil
Is this a NO or NC relay (assuming no current
is currently flowing through the coil)?
relay vocabulary
default state of contacts – the contacts can be either open (switch = off) or closed
(switch = on) by default
a. the contacts of a normally open (NO) relay are open when no current is passed
through the coil; passing current through the coil causes the contacts to close,
allowing power to flow through the contact leads
a. the contacts of a normally closed (NC) relay are closed when no current is passed
through the coil; passing current through the coil causes the contacts to open,
preventing power from flowing through the contact leads
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is this relay SP or DP?
relay vocabulary
number of poles – the number of separate circuits that can be switched by energizing
the coil
a. SP = single pole (one circuit is switched)
b. DP = double pole (two circuits are switch)
throw – throw describes what happens to the contacts when the coil is energized
a. Single Throw – energizing the coil of a single throw (ST) relay closes the contacts if it
is a NO relay; energizing the coil of a ST relay opens the contacts if it is a NC relay
b. Double Throw – energizing the coil of a double throw (DT) relay can either open or
close the contacts, depending on how it is wired; a DT relay can be wired to either
come on or go off when the coil is energized
relay diagrams from Wikipedia
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what type of relay is this?
relay diagrams from Wikipedia
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