12V 200A Heavy Duty Relay

Price:  £15.18(£12.65 Exc. VAT)

Product code:  P01496


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Heavy duty make and break relay suitable for general high current switching applications. Normally open contacts and rated at 12V, 200A this relay incorporates a fixed moulded bracket for mounting.

This relay can also be used for split charging purposes, in which case the solenoid can be triggered from an alternator output or other suitable source that is only active when the alternator is running.

Note: Terminals 30 & 87 are M6 studs with lock washers and nuts.

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  • Voltage rating: 12V DC
  • Current rating: 200A max. intermittent duty, 120A continuous duty
  • Terminal configuration: Non-standard
  • No terminals: 4
  • Terminal size: 2 x 6.3mm blade (85 & 86), 2 x M6 stud (30 & 87)
  • Bracket type: Fixed, moulded
  • Fixing hole dia: 6mm
  • Overall dims (inc. terminals): 45 (H) x 45 (W) x 60 (H) mm

Further information

Wiring instructions:

  • Terminals 30 and 87 are the high current terminals.
  • Terminal 85 is +12V for the relay solenoid and terminal 86 is 0V or -ve for the relay solenoid

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Great replacement for original part
Wednesday, 17 February 2016  |  David

When my Bosch starter relay (rated 100A) failed on my 1981 motorcycle I decided to source a modern replacement and this item, at 200A, was a breeze to fit as a replacement and as you would expect from hit's rating, does the job with ease.

Just what I wanted
Wednesday, 27 January 2016  |  Gerald

Have been looking for a relay for my microlight aircraft starter and this one Will do the job perfectly, loading is well within spec. Don,t expect any problems ... Very good delivery

Heavy duty rela
Monday, 18 January 2016  |  Richard

Great product at less than half the price of other relays with less amp output easy to install on vehicle . Should have bought thi first

Potentially ideal
Wednesday, 18 November 2015  |  Russ

Small in size the relay is ideal for my application. Power control is good although I am only stretching it to about 60 amps. I hope it lasts for many tears.