In my first post I initially wrote that I could not find meaningful literature about the relay. This is what I wrote:
“Can you please point me to literature that will tell me how to correctly test the SNAP ODC5R with a DMM (digital multimeter)? The ODC5R is sitting on a RCK16 and is being controlled by a PAC R2. From the literature that I have observed, there is no schematic diagram that characterizes this module. If there is literature available can anyone point me to this literature.”
Opto22 literature I had read referred to solid state relays. I believe opto22 started out as a solid state relay manufacturer. Therefore, given the fact that I had no documentation about the specific product, I mentioned that it was possible that the module was a solid state relay, so as to inform the reader of the different varieties of relays available, as a reminder. This would decrease the possibility of incorrect information being returned.
I would like to thank you for finding me literature with regard to this product. However, you had made the assumption that I had read specific literature about the product, and had detailed knowledge of what type of relay I had in my possession. This was not a correct observation. I had mentioned that I required the need for a schematic diagram, therefore, I could not be certain of what type of relay, or support circuitry, was contained in the module[I]. [/I]
[I]I wrote this post because I couldn’t find any specific literature about this product. I would like to thank you for locating some literature for me. [/I]