Fan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush) Zoom

Fan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush)

SKU:90-290Q

Brand: White Rodgers

White Rodgers
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Specs

Application: Heating
Temperature Range (F): -40° to 150°F
Type: SPNO
Voltage:
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24v
Hertz: 60
50
DC Resistance: 90 ohms
Weight: 2.5 oz
mA: 125
Nominal VA: 3
Inrush: 4
Duty: Continuous
Electric Connection: 1/4" Quick-Connect Terminals

Description for White Rodgers 90-290Q

Used for Switching Single or Two Speed Fan Motors, Solenoids, Relays, Resistive Loads and General Purpose Switching

Features

  • Compact, totally enclosed design
  • For heating and cooling applications and general switching
  • Quiet, reliable and economical

Fan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush)

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White RodgersFan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush)
 
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5.0

Simple fix

By Darrin

from Staten Island, NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about Fan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush):

I needed a new relay for my old furnace, this new one has my furnace running like new for only a few dollars. Can't ask for anything more.

 
4.0

A good product to use in control circuit

By Buddy the HVAC technician

from Upper Marlboro, MD

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Comments about Fan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush):

used in 24 vac control circuits
small and inclosed in a module

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  • Fan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush)

    Q:

    I plan to connect this relay to a Torro irrigation timer/controller that has a 24vac (max 300 ma duty) to control a 12 vdc pump (4 amps).

    Please let me know if this will do the job.

    Thanks

    Greg
    Asked on 5/16/2012 by Greg from Oroville, CA

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes this will do the job assuming you have a separate 12v DC supply that the relay will with on/off when the 24 VAC is applied.

      Answered on 5/16/2012 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Greg,
      It should work since it is rated at 8A 250VAC but since you are using it for a DC load I would add a diode accross the contacts for long life.
      Mark

      Answered on 5/17/2012 by Anonymous
  • Fan Relay, Type 84, 24 VAC Coil, SPNO. Coil Data: 90 Ohms DC Resistance, 125 mA (Nominal), 3 VA (Nominal), 4 VA (Inrush)

    Q:

    what are the cold contacts or low woltage contacts
    i think its 1 and 3
    Asked on 3/31/2012 by jimmy from canada

    4 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      1 and 3 are for the 24 VAC to switch the relay (low voltage) and 2 and 4 are the pins being switched on or off up to 16A, 250V (high voltage)

      Answered on 3/31/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      the low voltage coil contacts are 1 and 3, center and lower left as picutred
      "what are the cold contacts or low woltage contacts

      Answered on 4/1/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I used this fan relay to replace an old relay from my old Lenox heating and
      AC unit. I wiAC transformer 24 Volt wires to the pins at 1 and 2/5
      (both numbers are adjacent to the one pin). Since it is AC, it doesn't
      matter which of the two AC transformer wires go to 1 or to 2/5 pins. The
      other two pins 3 and 4 I connected to the two wire leads coming from my HVAC
      unit. It worked fine for me. I hope this helps.
      "what are the cold contacts or low woltage contacts
      i think its 1 and 3".

      Answered on 4/1/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Terminal 1 & 3 are 24VAC and 2 & 4 Are normally open.
      "what are the cold contacts or low woltage contacts

      Answered on 4/2/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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