Grove Relay can handle the current up to 5A at 250VAC for long periods of time. When the relay is switched on, the LED will light up and the relay will allow current to flow. The peak voltage capability is 250V at 10A.
- 10+: $2.20
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- Operate voltage: 3.3V-5V
- Input current: 100mA
- Rated load: [email protected] [email protected]
- Contact resistance: 50mΩ @6VDC 1A
- Insulation resistance: 100MΩ 10ms Max.
- Operate time: 10ms Max.
- Release time: 5ms Max.
- Input interface: Digital
We've released the Seeed Relay Selection Guide, it will help you choose the relay that best suits your needs.
The Relay is a digital normally open switch that controls a relay capable of switching much higher voltages and currents than your normal Arduino boards. When the relay is switched on, the LED will light up and the relay will allow current to flow. The peak voltage capability is 250V at 10A.
With the help of the Grove System, engineers and makers can easily avoid jumper-wires problems. Seeed Studio has developed more than 300 Grove modules covering a wide range of applications that can fulfill a variety of needs.
If you are interested in finding out more about the Relay, you can check our Arduino Tutorial on How to Control High Voltage Devices with Relay Modules and Types of Relay - Which one should use?
Please exercise great care when working with mains voltages - if in doubt contact a professional such as a licensed electrician for help.
For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before you use the product.
|Dimensions||42mm x24mm x18.5mm|
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Works as described. I would really like to see a multi-channel i2c device
I need to buy same (female) connectors as used on the PCB, not on cable. Can you provide them, or tell me exact manufacturer reference?