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Old 10-12-2004, 07:56 PM   #125
netZ
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yeap, i've received numerous emails/pm's etc and some were able to use the NSS to drive a relay. perhaps it depends on the type of relay used. dei sells miniature relays, i believe they can be used instead of the typical 12volt bosch type relay.

if genner find success then i'm sure he'll post his results.

netz

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Originally Posted by quynce
As stated in my original post, I was NOT able to drive a relay with the NSS, which is why I wired it to the hood pin. I believe there is a module made by PAC that can essentially 'amplify' a weak output. I think you told me about it netZ...

Also, assuming your NSS can drive a relay, a diode certainly wouldn't hurt. It would protect the switch in the event your wire shorted to ground somehow.
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