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Old 07-24-2010, 06:46 PM   #16
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Need Relay-Essex 129115-7180Z


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Originally Posted by centralcostac View Post
I got the point, maybe the key is the replacement relay coil impedance should be equal
Or more.
I saw one contactor coil that took 5 VA, about 13% of the capacity of most HVAC 24 vac transformers. Another took 1 W.
If they specify a value for DC resistance the value of impedance is higher.


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