I have an old kitchen range hood whose lighting suddenly stopped working. With my limited knowledge and capabilities in this field, I was able to access the PCB just to see that the power relay is severely burned through.
Based on the ID I found out that the original piece was manufactured by Fujitsu (item no. FBR-161SED012UHB-T, datasheet here) and has unfortunately been discontinued. I have done a bit of research myself and found a replacement.
Everything is the same as the original piece, except for these three parameters:
Coil power: 400 mW (new) vs. 360 mW(old)
Current rating - N.C. position only: 5 A (new) vs. 7 A (old)
Casing: Fully sealed (new) vs. Flux free (old)
Matching parameters are: shape & size, pin location, switching current and voltage, SPDT configuration, 12 VDC coil voltage etc.
My question therefore is - would this be a proper replacement piece or should I keep looking further to match the specs completely? I have absolutely no feeling whether 40 mW of coil power difference is a dealbreaker. As I mentioned before I am a complete rookie, so any advice is highly appreciated.
EDIT: The lightbulbs are 10 W halogens with G4 connection (2 simple pins). I am adding some photos below: