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2000\01\20@082046 by Jinx

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Have you thought about using a small dual-in-line sealed relay ?
Looks like a thick 14-pin IC. I used one a long time ago in a circuit
that turned your voice into a Dalek-type sound, very mechanical.
They're very quiet and from memory  this one was driven at 100-
400 Hz with no problems.


> Is there a way to lessen the relay noise when
> switching? I'm using an OMRON +5V relay (G5V-2). It's
> so noisy....
> *~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~
> Jane Ifurung

2000\01\20@083120 by Jane Ifurung

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Where can I get one? What is that relay called? I'm
sure the electronic stores here won't be able to
distinguish what type of relay is that.

Thanks as usual, Jinx.

God bless,

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2000\01\20@094948 by smerchock, Steve

I have also used these type of relays.
Try HAMLIN ( )or try ALEPH ( ),
HASCO ( ) or TELEDYNE relays ( ).
I can personally recommend all of them. The Teledyne relays that I use
are quite, VERY low insertion loss (for RF), and low current consumption.
Really, the needs depend on your application.
Hope this helps.

Best regards,

Steven Kosmerchock
Phoenix  Az  USA

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