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I have a residence in So. Cal. with a United Elkevator Co. elevator, built in 1966. The controller uses octal base (round 8-pin) relays, some made by Potter & Brumfield, some labeled UECO. Anyone have any clue where I might find a supply of these obsolete relays?
-- laszlo regos (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 17, 2003
There are numerous Potter & Brumfield distributors that can probably help you find the relays you need. Try searching the internet for: Potter Brumfield relay. You should even find vendors advertising hard to find relays.
-- Chris Maida (email@example.com), December 19, 2003.
Try Master Electronic Controls on Olympic in Santa Monica. If they don't have it, chances are that they can get you an equivalent. I go there to get Guardian Relay parts for old Montgomery jobs. Just give them the part numbers (P & B) or the type of relay (how many poles, types of poles, basing, contact ratings and coil voltages (plus AC/DC), and they may very well have what you need. Cheers! S.
-- Steve (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 20, 2003.
I am an elevator parts supplier that specializes in relays and other electrical components. If you can provide me with some numbers and voltages I should be able to provide you a replacement for this relay. You can e-mail me at email@example.com or call me at 800-969- 9788. Hope to hear from you. Matt
-- Matt Pendolino (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 22, 2003.
These relays are not obsolete, the octal base is a standard 2 pole form C relay. (form C means each pole has a normally open contact, a normally closed contact, and a single common for both contacts.) There are many manufactures of these relays. We use Idec RR2P-ULC AC240V (the last set of digits is the coil voltage. You can buy these or compatable relays at Granger, RS Electronics, or Access Elevator Supply in CA.
-- Mike Lardner (email@example.com), January 02, 2004.
even easier- replace that old base to an ice cube relay base, then you'll get replacements with no problem
-- tonesteroc (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 21, 2004.
In stock at Certified 1.800.221.9553
-- patrick a carrajat (email@example.com), March 21, 2004.