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Raspberry Pi Relay Board v1.0

SKU
103030029
Rating:
80% of 100

High quality relays of 15A max switching current Built-in LED indicator for each relay Optional I2C address through switch combinations Raspberry Pi compatible Relay screws for firm connection

$24.50
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PRODUCT DETAILS

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This product is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 (1GB, 2GB,4GB) and hopes you enjoy hacking with Pi 4 and all of other Pi 4 accessories.


The Relay Shield utilizes four high quality relays and provides NO/NC interfaces that control the load of high current. Which means it could be a nice solution for controlling devices that couldn’t be directly controlled by IIC bus. Standardized shield form factor enables smoothly connection with the Raspberry Pi . The shield also has four dynamic indicators show the on/off state of each relay. 

 

Features

  • Raspberry Pi compatible

  • Interface:IIC , Three hardware SW1 (1, 2, 3) select the fixed I2C-bus address

  • Relay screw terminals

  • Standardized shield shape and design

  • LED working status indicators for each relay

  • COM, NO (Normally Open), and NC (Normally Closed) relay pins for each relay

  • High quality relays

  • Working status indicators for each relay

 

Specification

 

Compatible:Raspberry Pi ; Other main board via jumpers;

Power supply:4.75~5.5V ;

Max Switching Voltage:30VDC/250VAC;

Max Switching Current:15A ;

Frequency:1Hz;

Dimensions:91.20 * 56.15*32mm;

 

Technical details

Dimensions 130mm x60mm x32mm
Weight G.W 79g
Battery Exclude

Part List

Relay Board 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8538900000
USHSCODE 8473305100
UPC 841454100089

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  1. Rating
    20%
    Would not recommend
    Circuit lacks any form of power supply bypass-capacitors at both the +5V and +3V3 rails, causing trouble when driving multiple relays with semi-inductive loads at the same time. I used this to switch a contactor and multiple solenoid valves but nearly every switch-cycle the IO-expander became unreachable on it's I2C interface (used power supply = 5A max). I've bodged on some 1uF capacitors and since then it worked flawless. Also, the dimensions of this board are based on a Pi 1 B, it will not fit in casing for a Pi 2 or 3. I also doubt how 'high quality' these Chinese unobtainable relays really are. 1/5 stars, would not recommend this board to anyone.
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