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Previous Next. IEC Elite Member. Super Moderator. Jun 10, 13, 3, Any suggestions? Couldn't find the exact one in stock at digikey or other electrical component sellers. PottedMeat Lifer. Apr 17, 12, If not, it seems like you may have to order the microwave control board. Modelworks Lifer. Feb 22, 16, 4 Not sure what the voltage to get it to close is, might still work with 12VDC. Howard Lifer. Oct 14, 47, 8 You need its functionality, or are you looking for an exact replacement?
Idoughno Junior Member. Jun 22, 3 0 0. I would appreciate any help. Mark R Diamond Member. Oct 9, 8, 13 Is this close enough? Link It's not quite the same shape though - it's about 5 mm too long.
So check that the pins would fit the PCB. Last edited: Jun 24, Yeah the pins are not within the same specs, plus like you said, the body is too long to fit the circuit board. William Gaatjes Lifer. May 11, 18, I think this is the case because of the high voltage sparks the contacts can handle. But i looked at the website of omron as well. It seems the model you have may no longer be manufactured.
I had in the past some experience with Omron and the company i worked for had some serious quality issues with omron relays in the past. Perhaps the G5G had some quality issues as well and was later superseded by a better and improved design. And marketed as a cheaper process.
I think that as long as you have an relay with a contact that closes when the relay is powered, and the contacts can handle at least the same the power switching requirements and the coil voltage is the same you can use the relay.
I think the best and cheapest way would be to just salvage an old magnetron oven that still works. The basic function of all these machines are the same. The user interface is just different. For example buy a second hand magnetron on ebay and use it for parts. One of these might very well do the trick. Does it say 12 Volts or 24 Volts. Could you check please? A 24 Volt relay will maybe switch on 12 Volts but the contact resistance might be higher because the force to close the contacts is lower and because of that the contact can burn in and degrade faster.
Usually these relays switch a transformer. As such, the contacts have to withstand a lot of punishment. Even with the rated voltage i think you need a relay that is specially designed to handle the currents and the high voltage sparks caused by the induction voltage of the primary coil of the transformer which feeds the magnetron tube. Last edited: Jun 27, Post thread. CPUs and Overclocking. AnandTech is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher.
Omron G5G-1A-DT1 Power Relay
1pc Original Omron Relay G5g-1a 12vdc