Relay terminal A and B

Discussion in 'C-Bus Wired Hardware' started by wanricky, Jul 28, 2006.

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    wanricky

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    Just a baisc question: for the din rail Relays, terminal B is input and Terminal A is Load side...is there in fact any difference between the two terminal? What will happen if people connect all the source to A and load to B?
     
    wanricky, Jul 28, 2006
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    The Difference between a Difference and no Difference

    You are on the money, there is no real difference between the A and B terminals on the C-bus Relay channels, one goes to the wiper (common) the other goes to the Normally Open contact. It wouldn't matter a jot which way round you connected the Live and the switched Live conductors. But it costs nothing to ask and best be sure.
     
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