General-Purpose Relay Definition:
A general-purpose relay can also be called the electromagnetic relay. The difference between electromagnetic relay and electrical relay is that electronic relays rely on the delayed energization of the resistance-capacitance elements to control the contact on and off of the relay action. Electromagnetic relays make the airbag inflating or deflating the process of driving the contacts on and off through the coil energization or power-off release.
What Is a General-Purpose Relay Used For？
General-purpose relays are designed for light-duty industrial applications.
General-Purpose Relay Wiring Diagram(General Purpose Relay Schematic Symbol):