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Relay with 50KHz, 1.9A rms?

duke37

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You mean kHz not KHz !

The relay should stand the current but you do not say what voltage it is switching.
 

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Assuming the voltage is within limits for the relay, and that the load is not inductive, you shouldn't have a problem (OK, capacitive is an issue too).
 

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no, its just a standard relay coil
no diode built in

did something make you think that it was polarity consious ?

Dave
 

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eem2am

GRRRRR
stop starting new threads on the same topic!!

now merged

Dave
 

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If i drive the coil of the 12V version of this relay from 24V, then is all i have to do is put a 1200R resistor in series with the relay's coil?
 

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A 12V zener is probably better.
 

eem2am

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A 12V zener is probably better.
Thanks, is that something to do with the L/R timeconstant and getting the relay to "switch"
 
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