Search Results for: relay

Three Phase Solid State Relay with ZVS
by Tarun Agarwal 3 years ago

Three Phase Solid State Relays with ZVS

In electrical and electronic circuits, an electronic component often used to make or break a circuit is called as a switch. Electrical switches are typically used to operate, switch OFF or ON the power supply to the circuits or devices....

A Brief on Electromechanical Relay
by Tarun Agarwal 4 years ago

Electromechanical Relay Construction with Working

The electrical and electronics circuits are usually operated over a wide range of voltage, current, and power ratings. For every circuit or equipment or electrical network or power system protection system is desired to avoid the breakdown...

What is Relay and How it Works
by Tarun Agarwal 4 years ago

What is Relay and How it works?

In electrical and electronic circuits we frequently use several basic components, devices, and so on. These components and devices include switching components, protecting devices, sensing elements, and so on. Let us consider the switching...

Relay Driver Circuit using ULN2003 Featured Image
by Tarun Agarwal 4 years ago

Relay Driver Circuit using IC ULN2003

Relay Driver Circuit using ULN2003 Featured Image In general, while designing electronics projects the loads are controlled (switched ON or OFF) using microcontroller block. But, for this purpose the circuit requires relays, acting as controlled...

White Paper on Types of relays
by Tarun Agarwal 5 years ago

White Paper on Different Types of Relays

The relay is an automatic protective and switching device which is capable of sensing abnormal conditions in electrical circuits. These are operated to open or close the load contacts in response to one or more electrical quantities like...

by Tarun Agarwal 5 years ago

How Relays Work – Basics, Types & Applications

Relays are electromechanical switches, used to control the several circuits by using low-power signal or one signal. These are found in all sorts of devices. Relays allow one circuit to switch a second circuit which can be completely separate...