OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION  LY2-AC24  Power Relay, LY Series, DPDT, 24 VAC, 15 A, Through Hole, Non Latching

OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION LY2-AC24

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The LY2-AC24 is a standard General-purpose Relay with AC coil. This LY-series relay has DPDT Ag alloy single contacts, high dielectric strength (2000VAC) and long dependable service life assured by Ag alloy contacts.
  • PCB terminal type
  • Standard bracket mounting
  • -25 to 55°C Operating temperature range

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  • Product Range LY Series
  • Contact Configuration DPDT
  • Coil Voltage 24VAC
  • Contact Current 15A
  • Relay Mounting Through Hole
  • Coil Type Non Latching
  • Contact Voltage VAC 120V
  • Relay Type Power - General Purpose
  • Relay Terminals Solder
  • Contact Voltage VDC 28V
  • Contact Material Silver Alloy
  • Coil Resistance 46ohm
  • Approvals & Standards CE, CSA, UL, VDE
  • Contact Voltage AC Nom 110 V
  • External Width 21.59 mm
  • Coil Voltage VAC Nom 24 V
  • Nom Operating Power 1.2 VA
  • Coil Current 46 mA
  • External Height 35.06 mm
  • Contact Voltage DC Nom 24 V
  • Contact Current Max 10 A
  • SVHC To Be Advised
  • External Depth 27.94 mm

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I am not sure of your circumstances, but to determine if a relay is bad, you may need a qualified electrician to come in and test the circuit. At the very least, we would need a complete circuit diagram to offer advise on how to trouble shoot your particular application.

In general, the way to check the relay is to check the coil voltage of the LY2. If there is 24VAC between terminals 7 and 8, then you know that the circuit is energized. When the circuit is energized, there should be continuity from pin 5 to 3, and from 6 to 4. In addition, there should be no continuity (an open circuit) between pins 5 and 1, and between pins 6 and 2.

If the controller is de-energizing the circuit because you have aenough heat, then the electrical opposite would be true...assuming there is 0VAC between terminals 7 and 8, then you know that the circuit is de-energized.
When the circuit is de-energized, there should be no continuity from pin 5 to 3, and from 6 to 4. In addition, there should be continuity between pins 5 and 1, and between pins 6 and 2.
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My best guess is that there is a parallel circuit supplying power to the heating element. or the Solid State Relay that powers the heating element is broken and is shorting power regardless of its input signal.
Again. without a wiring diagram, your best bet is to get an electrician to help trouble shoot the circuit with a voltmeter.
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24 volt relay

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i have a 24 volt ac coil relay that i need a replacement part.
part # ly2-ua-006223
it's a 6 pin relay
contact = 1/3 hp @ 120 vac
12 a @ 240 vac

coil = 24 v ac

will your ly2n ac24 work as a replacement ? it is an 8 pin.
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