How do I wire an Altronix RBSNTTL?
The Altronix® RBSNTTL - Ultra Sensitive Relay Module allows you to activate an output with a very small amount of input current.
12VDC to 24VDC operation
3VDC to 24VDC 2mA - 16mA isolated trigger (meaning you can trigger the output with as little as 3VDC and as little as 2mA of current)
DPDT (Double Pole, Double Throw) output rated at 1Amp @ 120VAC or 2Amps @ 28VDC (this is the contact rating, the amount of voltage and current the relay can tolerate without being damaged)
In the normal, untriggered state, the two Form C relays have continuity between Common and Normally Closed. When triggered, and while triggered, they then have continuity between Common and Normally Open. When using a common power source, between the input power on the relay and the output device connected to the relay, the unused trigger terminal must be jumpered to its respective POS (+) or NEG (-) power supply terminal, as shown.
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