Relays are a means of switching current to energize and de-energize loads. Used as a means of control for motors, luminaires, resistive heating elements, etc., they are found in many types of residential and commercial appliances as well as industrial assemblies. Gain an understanding of use and application of relays to control various types of current loads.


Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Define a relay
  • Describe common elements of relays
  • Identify various applications of relays in end-products
  • Explain the important role relays play in end-products
  • Identify standards that cover the construction and performance of relays

Target Audience

This course is relevant to multiple roles and levels including but not limited to:

  • Compliance Staff
  • Product Design
  • Consulting
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • New Hire Engineers
  • Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) Staff
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Time Requirement


Web-Based 30 minutes $50.00

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