Relay is an electric control device that is typicaly used in automatic control circuits, A relay uses a coil inside it that is attracted by the magnetic force then induced after a voltage being placed on the coil terminals of a relay. The coil voltage depends on the relay designer if you apply a wrong voltage on the relay coil, The relay may fail to work under low voltage or the relay coil may be burnt under high voltage hence destroying the relay or causing circuit failure.
The major poupose of relays is to work as electronic switches that use small current to switch a large current



Relay Type Automotive
Contact Form SPDT (1 Form C)
Contact Rating (Current) 20A
Switching Voltage 140 VDC - Nom and 125VAC
Coil Type Non Latching
Coil Current 50.3mA
Coil Voltage 5VDC
Turn On Voltage (Max) 3.5 VDC
Turn Off Voltage (Min) 2VDC
Mounting Type Through Hole
Termination Style PC Pin
Packaging Tube
Features Sealed - Fully
Contact Material Silver Alloy, Cadmium Free
Operate Time 10ms
Release Time 10ms
Operating Temperature -40°C ~ 85°C
Coil Power 640 mW
Coil Resistance 225 Ohms
Lead Free Status Lead Free
RoHS Status RoHS Compliant