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General question abt relay power and its control bit pin outs

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It’s a version with symmetrical coil assignment, no importance where to connect the +5V and where the control signal. So normally, it doesn't matter which way you pass the current, because if you hook it up backwards, the coil will still activate the relay.
 

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