I'm in a pursuit of finding the fastest PCB relay there is and there is a Chinese manufacturer that produces DPDT PCB relays that are rated 5V, 12V and 24V.
Which of these would have the fastest switching time? Can you conclude that without doing a measurement? (cause, you know, the shipping takes like 3 weeks or so...)
I'd argue that higher voltage rated relays would contain more windings, therefore would take more time to magnetize up to the switching point.
P.S. knowing the "problem-solving mentality" of the SO folk, I do not want to switch to a SS-Relay or transistor, I am building a highly useless thing called a relay CPU :)
Edit1: thank you for all the comments. Usually, cheap chinese manufacturers don't provide useful datasheets at all. And buying more expensive relays can get really expensive quite fast. But still, thank you all for infos :)