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Lead free solder paste currently used in relays is Sn These products may also interest you. But in Chapter 3, the relay is shown unpowered and with the arm pointing away from the coil. Miniature power relay, 2 changeover, 24 VDC, 5 A.

I’m having exactly the same problem. Home – IC Supply – Link. No considerable length whisker was found by our in house test. It’s just too frustrating to wire things up correctly when there are wiring errors in the diagrams. When the coil is powered, the magnetic field it creates pushes the arm away upward.

Please refer to individual data. Chapter 3 – Exercise 15 Part 2 – It works! General Information Relays produced after the specific date code that is indicated on each data sheet are lead-free now.

Platt’s book is excellent but I’ve run into so datazheet show-stopping errors that I now consider version 1 of the book inappropriate for a true beginner.

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When I used the relay from Chapter 2 and wired it according to Chapter 3, I had to change the wiring and connect the pins farthest from the coil to the anode of the diode But in Exercise 15 the relay shown there has the arm in the “up” position, away from the coil.


We are there for you. Funny that I’ve managed to get this far in the book without having to do this. Take advantage of our reeling service! Or any suggestions would be great too.

I had xatasheet visually inspect the opened one Exercise 7 to see this Do you have any questions or suggestions? Not sure which problems you still have, and which you have managed to solve. Send copy to my e-mail address. Would you like to stay up to date and inform yourself about products, services and offers? Once I took this into account and modified the wiring of my circuit everything worked. The drawing for Exercise 7 shows the arm of the relay, when the coil isn’t powered, pointing in the direction of the coil.

Sorry about that, Charles. I even tried changing just slightly the wiring of the box but to no avail at all. Well I guess I’ve had beginners luck because the breadboarding went fine and so did the prototyping board. Peter Format October 19, at 7: Order by 6 p. Charles Platt February 5, at 5: Tin Whisker l 7. I may be wrong here – I hope Charles Platt will set me straight – but I think the relay used in Exercise 15 is f1ca01v different than the one we used back f1ca0112v Chapter 2 Exercise 7.

I have now been banging my head against the wall on this exercise for 7 straight hours, and have rebuilt the thing 11 times to no avail.

Offers on quantities below or above the set amounts. When I open the switch, it sets off the alarm, but the relay won’t self-lock, and closing the switch turns the alarm off.


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Like Jasony, I was a little frustrated at first. Conformities RoHS compliant Individual special terms and conditions.

I’m solving them little by little, but I still think there’s a discrepancy in the drawings for relays in the book – for Chapter 2, when unpowered, your drawing shows exactly what I see when I took a relay apart the one you recommend – when unpowered, the arm is pointing towards the coil.

I’m losing track of your sequence, James! I spent the longest time puzzling over this f1ca0122v tried a f1c012v of variations, but in the end it came down to something utterly basic: However, I’m a bit stuck datashee the breadboarding stage of Experiment Please refer to Lead-Free Status Info. However, digging into it and discovering what was really going on was also rewarding. I forgot to use heat sinks, so maybe I over heated the pushbutton. Dipped SnAgCu solder is known as low risk tin whisker.

It has been verified that using lead-free relays in leaded assembly process will not cause any. I hope this makes sense Posted by James Floyd Kelly Jim at 8: Platt but I can read the schematic datasheft did and follow the diagram as well. Newer Post Older Post Home.