Relay

Description:

The Multi-Voltage relay uses the industry standard Boche style pinout:



We chose to use a standard pinout to make installation easy.
Giving you the choice to use readily available connectors such as the RS40 Socket:

or a set of 0.250 Female quick connectors:


Basic Relay Jumper Setting:

To set this device in basic relay mode, on the top of the Relay:
The Jumper is placed between GND and 85.

On the bottom of the Relay:
Pin 85 is connected to Ground.
Pin 86 in connected to the Voltage source (V+).

With these settings the relay functions like any other automotive SPDT relay.

Unique to this Relay

It is possibile to make certain connections using jumpers, which eliminates the need for splicing wires external to the Relay, making it easier to do clean installs by reducing the number of wires required to make the same circuit.

Relay Common Ground:

To set this device in this mode, on the top of the Relay:
The jumper is placed between GND and 85 (Relay mode).
And a jumper is placed between GND and 30, internally splicing both pins 30 and 85 together via the circuit Ground.

In this configuration it is as though the wires between 30 and 85 were spliced.
You are only required to connect to 1 of the pins either 30 or 85 to Ground:


Relay Common V+ in:

To set this device in this mode, on the top of the Relay:
The jumper is placed between GND and 85 (Relay mode).
And a jumper is placed between 30 and V+, internally splicing both pins 30 and 86 together via the V+.



In this configuration it is as though the wires between 30 and 86 were spliced.
You are only required to connect to 1 of the pins either 30 or 86 to the Voltage source in: