So the old adage is this “Measure twice, cut once”. In my haste to choose the relay we will use for the project I somehow didn’t test it enough before I jumped in and bought $100 worth of them. There’s this small problem in that one of the pins of the relay is not placed correctly to fit into a standard PC Board or Breadboard.
Also, I really should have tested soldering and connecting them up to each other before ordering a whole bunch. That part I haven’t done yet.
To know that this will work I’ll need to solder a few of them into a PC Board and find some suitable wire to connect them and see if I can attach that to my solder points as well. The final board will be etched so there won’t be any wired connections, but still, I should have tested that!