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Socket, 8 Pins, 300V/600V

DAYTON

Price: $6.45 / each

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  • Item # 5X852
  • Mfr. Model # 5X852
  • NSN #
    5935-00-302-2634

    5935-00-302-6343

    5935-00-763-3869

    5935-00-763-8699

    5935-01-140-0805

    5935-01-140-8059

    5940-01-111-5419

  • UNSPSC # 39121547
  • Catalog Page # 355
  • Shipping Weight 0.09 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemRelay Socket
  • TypeOctal
  • Socket CodeA
  • Number of Pins8
  • MountingDIN Rail/Screw
  • TerminalsScrew
  • Voltage300
  • Amps AC15 at 300V And 10 at 600V
  • Length (In.)2.02
  • Width (In.)1.60
  • Depth (In.)0.83

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Wirte a relay

I have a alarm dialer that has dry contacts. When those are tripped I need the relay to transfer 120V on the other side of the relay to open.
In other words, the alarm dry contacts cloe (or open) then that would sidgnal the 120 V to be open (or close) on a separte instrument.
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The 5X852 socket that you are inquiring about, is for use with the "ice-cube" relays. When a voltage is applied to the coil on the ice-cube relay, the contacts will open/close as appropriate to the contact configuration. Grainger has 3 pages in the catalog, not including the sockets, of these relays. Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we can assist you in selecting the appropriate relay.

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I am using a 3x740 relay.
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Grainger can provide you with a wiring diagram for the relay you are using. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger for that diagram. In the meantime, the pin numbers on the socket directly correspond to the numbers on the wiring diagram on the side of the relay.

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Where can I get a datasheet or wiring diagram for this product. I want to know how to hook this thing up to make sure it works for my application before I buy any of them.
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There is no wiring diagram to these sockets. The pin numbers correspond directly with the relay that is plugged into the socket. The wiring diagram for the relay is generally on the relay itself. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger with the relay you are trying to wire, so we can discuss the wiring with you.

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Specifically the Dayton 8 pin relay socket, P/N 5X852
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According to the manufacturer, the bolt hole dimensions on center are 1.299" apart, with a diameter of .165". Please call us at 1-800-Grainger if you would like a copy of the drawing.

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