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Relay Coil 270R 6v ,SIL ,4 PIN

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Hey everyone. im using circuit Wizard to simulate a circuit and within the circuit ive used Relay coil 270R, model 6v, type SIL, and its 4 pin. I could not find a matching datasheet anywhere.
can I used any Reed Relay SIL??

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The coil voltage has to be selected according to the available supply voltage. Standard voltages for reed relais are 3V, 5V, 12V, 24 V. A 5V coil has e.g. a maximum pull-in voltage of 3.5V at 20°C, rising to 4.3V at 85°C. The maximum applicable coil voltage is limited by the power dissipation, it's e.g. 7.5V for 5V nominal voltage. In so far, a 5V relay will usually fit.
 

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SIL in not the relay type or company name, it is Single In Line pin arrangement because all 4 pins are in one straight line.
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