I want to use the following relay to control a 220V AC electrical device.
The device may be an oven or a heating plate which I think should draw a less than 10A current (but the current should still be quite large).
I think I should cut the "live" wire of the electrical device and insert the 2 cut wire parts into the relay, while the "neutral" wire should be left unchanged. And then enclose the relay with a plastic box to protect it from touch by anyone.
As I have only some experience with small current electronics but have no experience in handling large current devices. I want to know that should I use "Heat-shrink tube" when connecting the cut "live" wires into the relay pins ? If yes, which type/model of "Heat-shrink tube" should I use for an enough protection ?
Moreover, is there any online tutorial/example for connecting large current device to a relay in a safe manner ?
Thanks for any suggestion.
Although this kind of relay seems do well on short term high voltage/current AC switching, safety concerns (e.g. overheat, etc) about its long term usage are still under question.