DPDT 5V Relay

RE1

3.50 USD
Qty
Price
1
$3.50 ea.
2+
$2.99 ea.

This DPDT 5V relay is used for a good many robot projects, usually for motor power routing.


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This 5V relay handles 1A at 120VAC or 2A at 24VDC. Coil current draw is about 40mA at 5V also, the coil is not polarity sensitive.

These relays are ideal for the "Junkbots" book projects requiring relays.

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