Relay socket bases are electrical components used to hold and connect relays in various electrical and electronic circuits. A relay socket base typically consists of a molded plastic or metal base with a set of pins or screw terminals that provide electrical connections to the relay. The relay itself is then inserted into the socket and held in place by locking mechanisms or clips.
Relay socket bases are available in various sizes, configurations, and materials to suit a range of applications. They are commonly used in industrial automation, control systems, power distribution, and other electronic devices that require the switching of electrical signals. Relay socket bases provide a reliable and efficient means of connecting and replacing relays in these applications, making them an essential component in many electrical systems.