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Relays (DC): 99.9% less power and latching option

Posted on Thursday, November 1st, 2018 in tutorials by DP

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Technovative writes, “The purpose of this article, is to show a simple method to increase the power efficiency, and functionality, of standard DC actuated electromagnetic relay switches.”

Project instructables here.

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