Solid State Relay 240VAC 2A With Fuse – 1 Channel
Solid State Relay 250VAC 2A With Fuse – 1 Channel
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This is a 1 channel solid state relay module. This module is capable of switching AC voltages of up to 240V at up to a 2A current with output resistance fuse 240V 2A.
The module is low level trigger solid state relay module with input control signal voltage: (0-1.5V state low level relay ON) (2.5-5V state high level relay OFF), it can be controlled easily with an Arduino or a PIC microcontroller.
- 5V solid state relay 240V 2A, output with resistance fuse 240V 2A.
- Input power: 5V DC
- Input control signal voltage: (0-1.5V state low level relay ON) (2.5-5V state high level relay OFF)
- DC+: Connect the positive pole of the power supply
- DC-: Connected to the negative pole of the power supply
- CH: Relay module signal trigger terminal (low level trigger is valid)
- High-level triggering means that there is a forward voltage between the signal trigger terminal (IN) and the negative pole of the power supply. Usually, a positive trigger is used to connect the positive pole of the power supply to the trigger terminal. When the trigger terminal has a positive voltage or triggers at voltage, the relay pulls in.
- Low-level triggering means that the voltage between the signal trigger terminal and the negative pole of the power supply is OV, or the voltage at the trigger terminal is lower than the voltage of the positive pole of the power supply. When the voltage is low enough to trigger, the relay is pulled in, usually A triggering method in which the negative pole of the power supply is connected to the trigger terminal, so that the relay is attracted.
- Voltage: 5V
- Quiescent current: 0mA
- Operating current: 12.5mA
- Trigger voltage: 0-1.5V
- Trigger current: 2mA
|Dimensions||25 × 34 × 25 cm|