What power supply options for my 2-7 on a standard 8 pin relay?

What power supply options for my 2-7 on a standard 8 pin relay?

I need to run power through the coil so can I use a 9v battery and a MOSFET connected to arduino so it turns on when needed or do I need to buy a bigger, better, battery?

https://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/non-latching-relays/0345886/

Ah, the old octal plug has not died!

That relay specifies 24 V DC. So you need 24 V at 56 mA. Suggest you use a 24 V power supply.

And yes, you need a FET or similar to control it - such as a TPIC6B595 (which would control 8 relays).

Of course, what you need to do to figure this out, is to tell us - in detail - what it is you want to do in the first place. Always the best way! :sunglasses:

Thanks! I realise now I bought the wrong relay... I need something to make power from my Arduino to a 24v 9A motor but I thought the relay would boost to 24v and 10A however it boosts current not voltage that is what I must supply... Got any recommendations on what I can do now to get 24v 9A or above?

What the heck is a 2-7 ?

What the heck is a 2-7 ?

I would guess the coil pins, 2 & 7 on the socket, you could use a transistor to switch the 24V you already have to the coil, BUT, you can't run a 9 Amp DC motor with a relay rated only 10 Amps, not for long anyway.

Is there some reason you can't just "24V relay coil" , inatead of "2-7" ? Wouldn't that make more sense if you're trying explain to us what you're doing ?