I am trying to find relays for my application and I read a data sheet which looks fine but specifies
Minimum applicable load: 10mV 10µA
In my circuit, it is expected that the relay closes but no voltage and current is applied. You can think of it as 2 relays in series where one is open and one is closed, so there is no current. This sounds like something I'd do since I was at school.
Why would a relay require a minimum voltage and current on the load side? Is it allowed to operate that relay under my conditions or not? What could possibly break in a relay if I don't respect this requirement? What does "minimum applicable load" mean? When and how do I need to consider this value?