Electric Relay wiring

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Old 05-03-19, 02:18 PM
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Electric Relay wiring

I just got an Omron MY2NJ AC 110V relay. It has pins numbered 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 13, 14 but I can't find what they are. Which are for AC in, which for load, which for switching?

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Here's a link to the datasheet, which has the pinouts. Not sure what the "J" suffix denotes, but it likely doesn't change the pinout.

http://www.ia.omron.com/data_pdf/cat..._7_3_csm59.pdf

1, 4 = Normally closed
5, 8 = Normally open
9, 12 = Common
13, 14 = Coil
 
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1-NC, 5-NO, 9-common
4-NC, 8-NO, 12-common
13 - 14 coil.

The NO/NC pairs need to be used with their own common.

If you are using it as a two pole relay..... you'd use 5 & 9 and 8 & 12.
 
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Thank you gentlemen. I did see the diagram but was not sufficiently familiar with electronic notation to translate it into NO, NC, Common and coil. Thanks also to the other moderators for making this forum possible.
 
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