Relay shield
  • Relay shield
  • Relay shield

Relay shield

SKU 103030015
This product was replaced by a updated version Relay shield V2
$20.00
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Description
This product was replaced by a updated version Relay shield V2.0 (SLD01101P).
 

Relay shield V2

 
The Relay Shield is an Arduino compatible smart module with 4 mechanical relays providing an easy way to control high voltage. The max switching power is 70W DC. It can be directly controlled by Arduino/Seeeduino through digital IOs with external 9V supply. With the XBee form socket and 315/433MHz RF module interface, the Relay shield can be remotely controlled, making it easy to use in robotics, industry control, smart houses etc.
 
Note: Take care the pins on the Shield should not be touched with USB connector of Arduino UNO when they are connected . 
 
Features
  • Arduino/Seeeduino, Arduino Mega, and Seeeduino Mega compatible
  • 4 mechanical relays with photo-coupled circuit
  • Equipped with screw holes for easy installation
  • Light weight
  • Small form factor
  • Native Arduino/Seeeduino compatibility
  • Extendible
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to our forum

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I have recently bought a relay shield board and bluetooth bee for a project I'm working on. I'm wondering is it possible to write the code for the board as it is or do i need an arduino board to do that if so which board would I need? I want to be able

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi,Ryan,Yes,you need an arduino board to control these modules.you can refer our wiki to code what you want.you also can ask for help in our froum,as a maker,i

on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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My Ehternet Arduino uses Pin4 for the SD card. Can I re-route the relay to use another pin besides 4 for its D3 s oi can use the SD?

on Oct 19,2016
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Yes you can, Tim. To solve this problem you might need a single grove relay module http://www.seeedstudio.com/dep... . I hope this could be helpful.

on Oct 20,2016 10:47 AM
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Where can i find the schematic for Relay Shield V1.0? And Could you tell me if all the pins are usedfor just the shild no addons (as is shild

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi.The schematic of v1.3 is almost the same to v1.0. And NC1--digital 7,NC2--digital 6,NC3--digital 5,NC4--digital 4.

on Oct 20,2016 10:45 AM
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Which pins does this shield specifically NOT use and what is the easiest way to access them (specifically the analog pins)?

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi.If you just use the relay shield without using RFBee,there are 4 digital pins would be occupied(digital 4 to digital 7).And you can use Base Shield as a transfer board.

on Oct 20,2016 10:45 AM
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Where can I download a PDF file of the board schematic?

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi,we will add a one,thanks for your attention.

on Oct 20,2016 10:45 AM
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Does SeeedStudio Relay Shield v1.0 socket for RFBee work with Bluetooth Bee?
The one with built in Atmega168, as well as the one without Atmega168 chip?
Does it work with other compatible Bluetooth Bee with Xbee form factor i.e. from DFRobot? Tha

on Oct 19,2016
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Hi,you can use bluetooth bee with relay shield,maybe you need modify the program.The one has a Atmega168 chip can be used alone:upload a firmware,etc.Maybe other bluetooths could be compatible with ours,it depends on the specification,

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Can this safely switch 2.5 amps @ 120 volts AC?

On the relay itself it says 3 amps 120V AC, so i figured it was good, but then in description i see only 70 watts DC and 35V AC? seems kind of odd, you mention watts DC and then only mention a volta

on Oct 19,2016
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Thanks, and i also kind of got my answer after reading back to page 8 of the questions lol... where Steve Chang mentions that it has to be advertised rated at 70 watts and only 35V in the US for legal reasons or something... understandable :P

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