Grove – Solid State Relay is a non-contact electronic switch module that has relay features. Based on S208T02, it has a maximum output of 250VAC/4A, with a switching speed less than 10ms. This module is equipped with acrylic base and a 3D-printed protection insulation shield, for user’s safety. The featured LED indicates that the relay is on. It can be widely used in various areas such as computer peripheral interfaces, temperature/speed/light adjustment, servo control, petrochemical, medical instrumentations, financial devices, coal, meters, traffic signals, etc.
3D-printed protection insulation shield
Compatible with both 3.3V and 5V control level
Low switching latency (≤10ms)
LED on-state indicator
Featured radiator provide better stability
Acrylic base and insulation paper increase safety performance
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Bad engineering for cables connectors: should have been placed on the opposite sides, ideally. This disposition is potentially unsafe.
Sorry that I don't quite understand what you mean . This Shield is designed by driver motor but not servos .
Thanks for attention, we'll have a further test see whether it is safe enough.
Can I use Grove - Solid State Relay for 15 V and 500 mA output? Is there a minimum for it?
Yes , it can work with Seeeduino at 3.3V
The product pictures show the ISO symbol for electrostatic sensitive devices (see http://www.clarionsafety.com/I... for an example). What is needed for hig
1. it is compatible withe Seeeduino v1.1
2. it need to separate power supply to drive motor.
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