Have your lights stopped working? No longer hearing the soft “thunk” of your lights toggling back and forth? Signs you might a worn-out relay! Touch Plate’s 3000 Relay is a 2-Wire Low-Voltage Relay. The cylindrical relay is directly mounted to the switching block and 7” pilot wires extend from the top.
The 20 Amp 3000 relay is a mechanically latching relay utilizing “Contact Closure” low- voltage switch technology. The relay only switches directly ON/OFF, this feature is technically known as “Single Pole, Single Throw” (SPST).
3000 Relay is a direct replacement for part number(s): 1550-A, 1550-B, 2500-B, & 4000.
(there is a difference in the size of the switching block (base) with the older models)
Touch-Plate systems installed between 1946 and 1985: Previous generation relays had 4 wires, 2 low-voltage wires extruding from the top of the cylinder. You then connected these wires to the switches. Then, 2 wires extended from the bottom connect that connected to line-voltage.
After 1985, The 3000 Relay. You can mount the line-voltage feed wires into the screw terminals on the switching block. The 2 attached wires are still connected to your switch.
Note: The line-voltage terminals are not polarized. It does not matter which terminal you feed your line-voltage into.
20 Amp Mechanically Latching Relay
- 0HP | 125VAC | 25A | 125VAC Tungsten
- 5HP | 250VAC | 20A | 277VAC Ballast
- Pulsed at 28VDC, .05 SEC
- Power Supply: TVR-1 | TPS-0120. Class 2 Only
- 60/75°C, Copper Conductors Only
- Torque to Minimum 25 in./lb.
Included in box:
- (1) Relay
- (1) Rubber Grommet
Made In Fort Wayne, IN USA.
Need help troubleshooting your Touch-Plate system? There are multiple ways to get started! First, you can check our Customer Support section here on the website. We have ALL the documentation on the products you’re dealing with downloadable online from touchplate.com
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