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Item # 52-337, Pollak NEW 12 Volt Solenoid, Includes Diode

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When power is applied to the relay coil, a magnetic field is created and

energy is stored in the coil. When power is removed, the magnetic field

collapses causing a reverse voltage to be generated (it's called inductive

kickback or back EMF). The back EMF can easily reach 200 volts.

The diode will absorb the reverse voltage spike. This voltage, if not absorbed

by the diode, will cause premature failure of switch contacts or

feed back to other crucial vehicle electrical parts.

Side Mount Bracket


Voltage Rating

12 Volt VDC


Nylon with Internal Diode

Current Rating

100 amps Continuous DC Amp

In Rush Current

600 amps Amp

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