Grove - Solid State Relay, SSR, switch
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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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This module only works with AC load for the output. If you use DC load, once the relay is turned on, it will always stay on.
|Dimensions||70mm x60mm x65mm|
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Wiki of Grove - Solid State Relay
Bad engineering for cables connectors: should have been placed on the opposite sides, ideally. This disposition is potentially unsafe.
Thanks for attention, we'll have a further test see whether it is safe enough.
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.
Hi, Attention this Relay only works with alternating current. It can not work with direct current. Regards
I don't see that it has any lower threashold in the data sheet. If you are trying to control DC you can use Grove Optocoupler Relay SKU 101020603 $5.95 60V 1A A.C./D.C. with 3.3/5V 3 mA control that has 0.5 Ohm on resistance.
I believe the answer you originally wanted is 0.1-2 A @ 75-264 VAC.