Bistable relays

From: Phil (please_at_sendmejunkmail.com)
Date: 02/10/05


Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 21:43:31 GMT

Anyone ever had a problem with bistable's becoming
tristable's??
I have a bistable that breaks contact if the relay
next to it on the PCB operates, having gently tapped the
relay the comon is not connected to either the NO or NC.
Having quicky tapped a few they all seem to lose contact
with either NO or NC.

Anyone else seen this problem?

Phil



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