Model Railroad Control Systems
Model Railroad Control Systems

MRCS-RelayBreakout

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Breakout for OMRON style DPDT relay

 

Download MRCS-RelayBreakout_array.scr - Eagle SCRipt

 

MRCS-RelayBreakout Version 1.0

First built: 2018-12

Initial version

Schematic
Schematic
Bot Silk
Bot Silk
Board
Board
Top Silk
Top Silk
Bot Silk
Bot Silk
Board
Board
Top Silk
Top Silk

Download MRCS-RelayBreakout - CHMT Component and feeder definitions
Download MRCS-RelayBreakout.gerbers.zip - Gerber Fabrication files
Download MRCS-RelayBreakout.parts - Parts List (spreadsheet data)
Download MRCS-RelayBreakout_array - CHMT Component and feeder definitions
Download MRCS-RelayBreakout_array.gerbers.zip - Gerber Fabrication files
Download MRCS-RelayBreakout_array.parts - Parts List (spreadsheet data)

 

MRCS-RelayBreakout.bom

Parts Value Package Quantity Library Type/Feeder
J1   1X08_LOCK 1x SPCoast PTH
D1   DIODE-1N4001 1x SPCoast PTH
U$1   MRCSLOGOTOP 1x SPCoast PTH
K1 G5V-2 G5V-2 1x relay PTH

MRCS-RelayBreakout_array.bom

Parts Value Package Quantity Library Type/Feeder
J1X11, J1X12, J1X21, J1X22, J1X31, J1X32   1X08_LOCK 6x SPCoast PTH
D1X11, D1X12, D1X21, D1X22, D1X31, D1X32   DIODE-1N4001 6x SPCoast PTH
K1X11, K1X12, K1X21, K1X22, K1X31, K1X32   G5V-2 6x relay PTH
U$1X11, U$1X12, U$1X21, U$1X22, U$1X31, U$1X32   MRCSLOGOTOP 6x SPCoast PTH

Documentation

Relays come in handy in many telephone applications. This is an inexpensive DPDT (2 form C) relay suitable for controlling 2A loads, serving as a latch for lights and buzzers, providing a contact multiplier etc. The relays come in many voltage options from 3-48 VDC, so the board can be customized for many different applications.

This differs from the inexpensive “Arduino Relays” in that the inputs are necessarily logic compatible and in that these are DPDT whereas the “Arduino Relays” are typically only Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT).

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Relays come in handy in many telephone applications. This is an inexpensive DPDT (2 form C) relay suitable for controlling 2A loads, serving as a latch for lights and buzzers, providing a contact multiplier etc. The relays come in many voltage options from 3-48 VDC, so the board can be customized for many different applications.

This differs from the inexpensive “Arduino Relays” in that the inputs are necessarily logic compatible and in that these are DPDT whereas the “Arduino Relays” are typically only Single Pole Double Throw (SPDT).

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