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    Will this work?

    http://www.allelectronics.com/cgi-bi...396&type=store

    To use to control if my mp3 box is on?

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    Yes.
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    im curious and not much of a wiz with wiring and stuff like this was wondering how do you plan use this
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    Essentially, a relay allows you to use a small current to switch a much more powerful circuit on and off.

    Brian

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    The only thing that bothers me is that id dosent give me spec. about how many volts i need to turn over the switch. I asume it will just be 12 volts.

    I'm going to order it, or the one that is a pc board desighn and we'll see how it works

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    Your assumption is correct 12v dc is the require switching voltage. Don't for get a diode to prevent back emf.

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    Check here for Full specs

    http://www.azettler.com/prod/az9711.htm

    They have a 6V part that pulls in @3.3V if you want to run it w/ 5V

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