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White Rodgers 24-Volt Coil-Voltage SPDT RBM Type Relay
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White Rodgers

24-Volt Coil-Voltage SPDT RBM Type Relay

$11.07 /box

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Enclosed fan relay type 184, 24V coil, SPDT. Used for switching Solenoids, fan motors and general purpose switching. UL file number E12139 CSA file number LR13360.

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which # prong is the COM,which is the NC, which is the NO?

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According to the label on the side of the relay that is visible in the photo, it actually contains one NO and one NC contact that do NOT share an INTERNAL common. Instead, terminals 6 and 4 are connected together EXTERNALLY (one of the spade terminals has two brads going through it) to serve as the common for the NO and NC contacts. Terminal 2 is NO and terminal 5 is NC. Each terminal has a number next Read More
According to the label on the side of the relay that is visible in the photo, it actually contains one NO and one NC contact that do NOT share an INTERNAL common. Instead, terminals 6 and 4 are connected together EXTERNALLY (one of the spade terminals has two brads going through it) to serve as the common for the NO and NC contacts. Terminal 2 is NO and terminal 5 is NC. Each terminal has a number next to it. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Greqt Fan Speed Relay I am using this along with a delay on make timer to start my air handler fan on low to cool the coil down very quickly to it's running temperature where it then switches the fan to a second relay that uses either medium or high depending on the call for dehumidification. It works flawlessly and has increased the initial latent capacity of my air conditioner. This is a cheap easy way to upgrade an air handler if it is possible on your system. September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by white rogers switch This was a replacement for an obsolete piece on a Kenmore AC unit. The holes were slightly different but the switch worked fine. August 25, 2015
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