A Single-phase solid state relay is a low-level active solid state relay, that is, when the input control signal is low (0-1.5V), the relay is ON; when the input control signal is high (3-5V) Relay OFF.
A Solid state relay is a non-contact switching device which is composed of solid electronic components. Compared with the electromagnetic relay, it is more reliable, has a longer lifespan, is very fast, and is less susceptible to interference from the outside world.
The One Channel Solid State Relay output control terminal to be connected to the circuit requires the working current to be greater than 50mA to allow the relay to properly disconnected.
- Voltage: 5V
- Quiescent Current: 0mA
- Working Current: 12.5mA
- Trigger Voltage: 0-1.5V
- Trigger Current: 2mA
- Output Voltage: 240Vac
- Output Current: 2A
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