TWTADE/JTX-2C, MK2P-I DPDT Power Relay with Plug-in Terminal Socket Base, DC 12V Coil, 8 Pin 2NO 2NC (Quality Assurance for 1 Years) DC12V
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It is probably a lot less than the inductive impedance for DC loads, purely based on a guess. As a result, if you use AC, relay activation might not be effective because the current and magnetic strength are not sufficient. It may be best to use an AC relay for safety's sake, or rectify your AC with a full wave bridge and use your dc relay accordingly. In the end, I am not at all sure as this is all speculation and measurements are not available.
The siren is great and I run a big fire alarm off of it
The coil does not even get a little warm when hooked up to 110 VAC, but I am not sure what the coil current is. Though I am aware the mamp drawn would not heat it, this information may be useful anyway. There is no way for me to tell whether or not it is UL listed. When it is worked out, however, it has very good results when wired to a timer for the lights of the Christmas tree We seem to be in a very strong contact. It has been useful to me and so far has been I wish you the best of I believe that the relay is a plug-in device with pins, much like the old vacuum tubes. The bottom is removable, but the relay is not. It is much easier to wire this way.
Public points are something I have never heard of.