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Re: Relay Power

>there must be one.  All I know it that by convention ( I remember this from
>school, many years ago)  that the hot side of anything should be switched.
>This especially true in 120VAC circuits.  Suppose the switch were off and you
>were working on a device.  Even though the device is off, if you were on the
>live hot line and touched any other ground..... OUCH

As far as I know, this is true.  The power side is always switched to
prevent accidental grounding and possible death or dismemberment.  Doncha
just LOVE pictures of burn victims!  :)


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