Does anyone have a source for a 48 volt dc input relay?
What contact current? How many contacts? Relay or Contactor? Solid State or Mechanical?
What is the end use for?
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I found one and ordered a couple today. Here are the specs:
I'll post the link here for others members in the same situation...Code:These relays are ideal for use with the Gecko G540 when using a 48V supply. These can be used without the need for an additional relay coil power supply. * Contact Form: SPST * Contact Rating 20A (Max) * Coil Voltage 48V * Coil Resistance 2304 Ohm * Contact Voltage 240Vac (Max) * Contact Voltage 28Vdc (Max) * 0.25" spade connectors for Relay Contacts * 0.187" spade connectors for Coil Contacts
I'm building my 1st router and have all the electronics working with a Gecko G540, Keling 48V 7.3A power supply (going directly to the wall), and 3 Keling 3.5A steppers.
Curious about the router and vacuum <-> relay connections. I checked one of the homann wiring diagrams and it looks like all that is needed to connect the router & vacuum to their respective relays is a female socket, and that the relays/router/vacuum all get their power from the same power supply that the G540 & stepper's connect to. Is this correct?
Thanks everyone for the help.
If you are planning on controlling the router and vacuum from G-code, then the output from your breakout board to the relay coil may need buffering. Does your BOB have relay's on board?
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