looking for a relay in a box [rib]


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Old 09-30-05, 07:06 PM
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looking for a relay in a box [rib]

i've been trying to find a relay in a box [rib] 24 volt and 110/120 coil and no and nc outputs. its a gray box [sealed] with 6 wires// black and white, blue and white ,yellow and white, blue, yellow ,orange will mount in a 1/2 inch knock out. if someone can get me a part # or a web site i would be so greatful thanks
 
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Old 10-01-05, 02:42 AM
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Can you be a little more specific? Is it a 24 volt coil or 120 volt coil? You mentioned both. What amperage contacts do you need? When you say it mounts in a 1/2" knockout, I assume that it mounts in a knockout hole and sits on the outside of the electrical box. I've been doing industrial electrical repair for 25 years and can usually find most items if I search long enough. Did the relay come with some type of equipment, or is it something that you want to add.

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Old 10-01-05, 08:26 AM
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the rib i'm looking for is universal; coil is as follows. 24 volt yellow w/white strip ,blue w/white strip. 120 volt is yellow w/white strip, black w/white strip.. outputs are NO; yellow,orange. NC: yellow,blue.. yellow is common both coil and output. these are the six wires. yes it does mount on the outside of a box. i do not have the exact dimentions but its about 1"deep 1-1/4" high
2-1/2"long and a red led. it lights when coil is powered. the relay is gray and plastic with a white lable. the relay itself is packaged in a red box with a white circle that reads RIB inside. that is all i can remember about them.

i need 24 volt coil to cotrol roof ex fan. but i also need 120 volt coil to run a damper from a wall switch so fan will not start until damper fully opens. i only need this one prouduct. fits all applications and keeps it simple. i hope this is enough information. thank again
 
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Old 10-01-05, 09:22 AM
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functional devices makes them
 

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