I am working on a clapper (original, i know) and need to pass 230 V AC, to power a light bulb. For this i am thinking a relay is the right choice, but i am struggling to understand the specifications.
For now i am in possession of this relay:
It might be a poor choice for mains voltage, but lets take it as an example to understand the specs.
It states a max load of:
0.5 A at 125 VAC
2 A at 30 VDC
And a max switching voltage and current:
What is the difference between load and switching voltage/current?
And if i need to power a 60 W light bulb, with 230 V, will i just need a relay that can handle 230 V and ~0,3 A at max load, and as switching?