Reed Relays

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Questions with Reed Relays

  • Ask: How do reed relays work?

    Answer: A reed relay is a type of relay that uses an electromagnet to control one or more reed switches. The contacts are of magnetic material and the electromagnet acts directly on them without requiring an armature to move them. Sealed in a long, narrow glass tube, the contacts are protected from corrosion.

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  • Ask: What is a reed switch used for?

    Answer: How does a reed relay work. The operation of the reed relay is quite straightforward. It works by placing a magnetic field close to the reed switch contacts. This causes each of the reeds to become magnetically orientated such that the two ends of the reed attract each other and move together closing the contact.

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  • Ask: What are the basic component of dry reed relay?

    Answer: A reed switch is an electromagnetic switch used to control the flow of electricity in a circuit. They are made from two or more ferrous reeds encased within a small glass tube-like envelope, which become magnetised and move together or separate when a magnetic field is moved towards the switch.

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  • Ask: What polarized relay?

    Answer: A relay contains a coil, an armature, and at least one pair of contacts. Current flows through the coil, which functions as an electromagnet and generates a magnetic field. This pulls the armature, which is often shaped as a pivoting bracket that closes (or opens) the contacts.