14 Pin Relay Connection Diagram - Finder 14 Pin Relay Wiring Diagram

14 pin relay is numbering in top using electromagnetic relay that's why this post is about the " 14 pin relay connection diagram ". As you know that in the "14 pin finder type relay" we have the 14 connection or terminals which are named or numbered form 1 to 14. This relay used in many circuits. In the relay we have 14 pin in which some are for relay coil supply, some are common, some are normally close circuit with common pins and some are normally open. But what the real shape of it's connection diagram. This post is about the 14 pin relay connection diagram which cleared that which terminals are common, NC , NO etc.

14 Pin Relay Connection Diagram - 14 Pin Relay Wiring Diagram


In the "14 pin relay" we have 14 pin and mostly the 14 pin relay connection diagram is available on the relay body. However i design it very clear to understand.

In the 14 pin relay :

No 13 and 14 pin are for relay operating coil
No 1,2,3,4 are normally close with common terminals
No 5,6,7,8 are normally open with common terminals
No 9,10,11,12 are common terminals,


In Which :
No 1 is normally close with no 9 pin and no 5 pin / terminal is normally open with no 9 pin.
No 2 is normally close with no 10 pin and no 6 pin / terminal is normally open with no 10 pin.
No 3 is normally close with no 11 pin and no 7 pin / terminal is normally open with no 11 pin.
No 4 is normally close with no 11 pin and no 8 pin / terminal is normally open with no 11 pin.


Here i shown the the 14 pin relay connection diagram or 14 pin finder relay wiring diagram. Note that with 14 pin relay we use the base or relay socket. In which the relay installed or inserted.

14 pin relay connection diagram


If you want to learn about the 14 pin finder relay base wiring diagram then visit the below link

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14 pin relay base wiring diagram

14 pin relay mostly used for small load controlling in circuits. However this post is only about the basic 14 pin relay connection diagram and further we will use in many circuits. So stay tune with us.


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