A relay is an electrically actuated switch. There are a number of contacts actuated by a soleniod. When the solenoid is energized the position of the contacts changes, "throwing" the switch. The terminology of switches and relay contacts is as such: (number)p-(st(no/nc)/dt) The number followed by p is the number of poles. This is the number of independent "switches" in the unit. The (number)p may be replaced with sp (single pole) meaning 1p or dp (double pole) meaning 2p. ST stands for single throw, there is only two contacts for each pole. ST is usually suffixed with NO or NC in relays standing for normally open and normally closed. Normally open contacts conduct when the solenoid is energized. Normally closed contacts conduct when the soleniod if off. DT stands for double throw, meaning that there are 3 contacts per pole: a common contact, a NO contact, and a NC contact. So: a 3p-st NO relay has 3 switches that close when energized. a sp-dt relay has one 3 contact switch. An electrically actuated 3-way switch, if you will. a dp-st NC relay has one switch that opens when the solenid is energized.
The fan relay is in the relay box next to the battery...it says fan relay on it.
An auxiliary relay is a back-up relay in case the primary relay fails.
The "pick up" of a relay is a setting at which the relay will begin to operate. Such as an overcurrent relay - if the pickup is set to 5A, when 5A is flowing through the relay, the relay will operate.
Which relay is the starter relay on a 1994 buick lesabre
THE relay switch? Which one? The Light relay, AC relay? Turn signal relay? Be more specific.
OFFSET IMPEDANCE RELAYOffset impedance relay is also known under names ADMITTANCE RELAY or MHO RELAY
It depends what relay you mean - a normal relay has four swimmers (e.g. an IM relay or a freestyle relay) bu relays such as a cannon relay can have more
Swap relay with another like relay.
the inhibitor relay is between the a/c relay and the cornering relay
I think aux relay is part of relay
Earth fault relay and an over current relay Methods to energies an earth fault relay with simulation diagram?
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That other relay should be the AC compressor relay.
air charge resistor relay
cdg is circular disk gear relay which is electromagnetic relay
The main relay and the fuel pump relay are the same. Take the fuel pump relay and swap it with the main relay and see if that will help you....
generator lockout relay is a relay that the output of other relays energize this relay and its out put use for tripping of generator. this relay must be reset manually
The relay is in the fuse/relay box under the hood it is relay number 29
Depends on which relay, some can. The asd relay can, the wiper relay can't.
The cruise system does not have a relay.The cruise system does not have a relay.
The relay is located under the hood in the relay bank on the drivers side of the engine. FYI the relay is the same as a headlight relay...which is cheaper than a fuel pump relay.
Follow the schematic of the relay. A relay is simply an electrical switch that is operated by an electric current. When current is present at the relay coil, the relay toggles the switch. If you do not know how to read the schematic of a relay, you probably shouldn't be messing with it.
A relay in power plants comprises three components namely voltage relay, thermal relay and current relay. It is used to power up an industrial equipment.
It is the black relay mounted to the passenger side fender wall, not to be confused with the green relay, which is the fuel pump, or the brown relay, which is the computer relay