Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
A relay is a way of switching from a low power source to a high one. Many times a low power source is connected to a switch. When the switch is turned on, the relay turns on, allowing the high power source to run the appliance.
Depending on the type of relay you have, it will have different pins that go different places. The picture above is just an example. Most relays will have a part number on them. Google the part number and look for a schematic or pin-out for your specific relay.
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
Testimonial: "Many thanks for this explanation. I have the pin out for the relay. Just missing the wiring assignments for the expresso maker (Proline KES100) to attach them to the correct relay terminations."
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