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Generator Circuit Relays are electrically operated switches. It consists of a set of input terminals for a single or multiple control signals, and a set of operating contact terminals. The switch may have any number of contacts in multiple contact forms, such as making contacts, break contacts or combinations thereof.

The advantage of relays is that it takes a relatively small amount of power to operate the relay coil, but the relay itself can be used to control motors, heaters, lamps or AC circuits which themselves can draw a lot more electrical power.

12V – 10A

12V – 40A

24V – 40A

28V – 40A

230V AC – 10A



The electro-mechanical relay is an output device (actuator) which come in a whole host of shapes, sizes and designs, and have many uses and applications in electronic circuits. But while electrical relays can be used to allow low power electronic or computer type circuits to switch relatively high currents or voltages both “ON” or “OFF”, some form of relay switch circuit is required to control it.

The design and types of relay switching circuits is huge, but many small electronic projects use transistors and MOSFETs as their main switching device as the transistor can provide fast DC switching (ON-OFF) control of the relay coil from a variety of input sources so here is a small collection of some of the more common ways of switching relays.

Contact one of our professional sales staff to enquire about the suitable generator circuit relay.

Circuit Relays – 12V | Circuit Relays 24V | Circuit Relays – 12V – 40A | Circuit Relays – 24V – 40A | Circuit Relays – 28V – 40A | Circuit Relays – 230V AC – 10A