5V 8 Channel Solid State Relay

5V 8 Channel Solid State Relay

US$25.99
SKU: 5V 8 Channel Solid State Relay

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5V 8 Channel Solid State Relay

Features
1. Omron 5V solid state relay (240V, 2A), output port with resistance-type fuse (240V, 2A)
2. Size: 138 x 71 x 25mm
3. Input power source: 5V DC (160MA)
4. Input control signal voltage: 0-2.5V state low level when the relay is OFF, 3.3-5V state high level when the relay is ON.
5. With 2.54 CM pin header and blue KF301 terminal, more convenient for control line.

Product Description

Details

Input part
DC +: connected to positive power source (supply power according to the relay voltage)
DC -: connected to negative power source
CH1: 1-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)
CH2: 2-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)
CH3: 3-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)
CH4: 4-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)
CH5: 5-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)
CH6: 6-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)
CH7: 7-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)
CH8: 8-channel relay module signal triggering end (effective at high level)

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Additional Information

Name 5V 8 Channel Solid State Relay
Free Shipping No
UPC 717760735119
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I can replace 8 SSR with this one item. The price is right and the product flat out works. I needed an item that could handle lower load voltages and this item has worked great! I will buy a couple more. By Tooliak 2016-05-25 09:09:03

This product rocks!

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When GPIOs are switched to high, the relay turns on, and an LED on the board turns on for each relay. By Wynneth 2016-05-18 06:32:17

Simple and straight forward. I use this connected to a Raspberry Pi, with an external 5v adapter, and 120V AC sockets attached to each relay. No transistors necessary, connected GPIO pins from the Pi to the numbered terminals on this board, 5v power to the 5v terminal, and ground to both GND terminals. To wire AC current on the switched side you can connect either the AC/mains common OR the hot, I prefer to go with the common.

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