• 0 out of 5

    12V Relay 30A-with FS Connector Teminal

     850

    These Single Pole Double Throw(SPDT) relays are capable of switching up to 30A loads.

    Features

    • Single Pole Double Throw orientation
    • 12V Coil
    • Max Load (30A @ 220V AC and 30A @ 28V DC)
    • Comes with FS Connector type terminal for solderless connections
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    12V Relay Module – 10A –Pair

     850

    This 6V Relay allows your to control loads with up to 10A consumption

    Features:

      • 6V Coil
      • Maximum Load DC: 24V (DC) @ 10A
      • Maximum Load AC: 240V (AC) @ 10A
      • Maximum turn-on time: 10ms
      • Maximum turn-off time: 5ms
    • Easy through hole mounting arrangement
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    12V Relay Module- 30A

     800

    These Single Pole Double Throw(SPDT) relays are capable of switching up to 30A loads.

    Features

      • Single Pole Double Throw orientation
      • 12V Coil
    • Max Load (30A @ 220V AC and 30A @ 28V DC)
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    4-Channel Relay Module

     2,200

    The 4-channel relay module is able to switch up to 250A 10A and can be easily applied to home automation and control applications.

    Uses:

    • Supports all MCUs and Arduino Modules
    • Easy connection
    • Simple 5V Operation
    • Very handy for home automation and control applications

     

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    5V 30A Single Channel Relay

     2,200

    This product is a 1-channel relay module board with LED indicators, It can be controlled by microcontrollers such as Arduino, AVR, PIC, ARM any other microcontroller operating at 5V.

    With this relay you can easily control electrical appliances, lights, etc.

    Features:

    • 5V Operation
    • The static current:5mA
    • Working current:190mA
    • Trigger current:2-4mA

     

    Module interface specifications:

      • DC+ : DC power supply positive pole
      • DC- :DC power supply negative pole
      • IN : signal triggering pin
      • JD+ : relay control voltage positive
      • JD- : relay control voltage negative
      • It is an 1-channel relay interface board, which can be controlled directly by a wide range of microcontrollers.
      • It is also able to control various appliances and other equipment with large current.
      • Relay output maximum contact is AC250V 10A and DC30V 10A.
      • Can be connected directly to microcontoller GPIO pins.
    • Working status indicator lights are conducive to the safe use.
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    5V DC 2 Channel Solid State Relay Module

     2,000

    This is a 5V solid state relay 240V 2A, able to control sizable loads.

    Features

      • High current relay, AC250V 10A, DC30V 10A
      • 2 LEDs to indicate when relays are on
      • Works with logic level signals from 3.3V or 5V devices
      • Opto-isolation circuitry
    • PCB size: 50×45 mm
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    5V Solid State Relay Module

     1,500

    This solid satate relay allows easy control of electrical loads of up to 220V 2A to be easily controlled from an Arduino or other microcontroller. An added advantage of a Solid State Relay is that it has no moving parts (no coil), it makes no sound during switch operation and is much safer to combine with microprocessors since there is no flyback voltage spike.

    • 5V Omron solid state relay 240V 2A.
    • Input Power: 5V DC (160MA)
    • Input Control Signal 0-2.5V Relay is ON (Open), 3.3-5V relay is OFF(Closed)

    Module interface:

    • DC +: positive power supply (by relay voltage power supply)
    • DC-: connect power negative
    • CH: relay module signal to trigger the end (low level trigger valid)

     

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    Arduino Double Channel Relay Module 5V/10A

     1,600

    This product is a 2-channel relay module board with LED indicators, It can be controlled by microcontrollers such as Arduino, AVR, PIC, ARM any other microcontroller operating at 5V.

    With this relay you can easily control electrical appliances, lights, etc.

    Features

      • Opto-isolated input
      • This relay module is 5V active low.
      • It is an 1-channel relay interface board, which can be controlled directly by a wide range of microcontrollers.
      • It is also able to control various appliances and other equipment with large current.
      • Relay output maximum contact is AC250V 10A and DC30V 10A.
      • Can be connected directly to microcontoller GPIO pins.
    • Working status indicator lights are conducive to the safe use.
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    Arduino Single Channel Relay Module 5V/10A

     900

    This product is a 1-channel relay module board with LED indicators, It can be controlled by microcontrollers such as Arduino, AVR, PIC, ARM any other microcontroller operating at 5V.

    With this relay you can easily control electrical appliances, lights, etc.

    Features

      • Diode protected input
      • This relay module is 5V active low.
      • It is an 1-channel relay interface board, which can be controlled directly by a wide range of microcontrollers.
      • It is also able to control various appliances and other equipment with large current.
      • Relay output maximum contact is AC250V 10A and DC30V 10A.
      • Can be connected directly to microcontoller GPIO pins.
    • Working status indicator lights are conducive to the safe use.
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    ESP8266-01 Relay Board

     3,500

    This board is built specifically for the ESP8266 WiFi module. It allows you to control all kinds of devices over the Internet from the wildly popular ESP8266-01 Module. Simply power up and program the board.

    • Board size: 45 * 28 mm
    • Board function description:
    • IN +, IN-: 5V power input;
    • TX, RX, GND: Serial debug pin
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    Solid State Relay Module – SSR 40DA

     5,000

    A solid state relay (SSR) allows you to control high-current AC loads from lower voltage DC control circuitry. Solid state relays have several advantages over mechanical relays. One such advantage is that they can be switched by a much lower voltage and at a much lower current than most mechanical relays. Also, because there’s no moving contacts, solid state relays can be switched much faster and for much longer periods without wearing out.

    This particular SSR can switch current loads of up to 40A with a 3-32V DC input and a zero cross trigger control method. Each one of these relays is equipped with four screw terminals (for use with ring or fork connectors) and a plastic cover that slides over the top of the relay to protect the terminals.

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