Featuring solid-state relays, this relay board provides a convenient way to switch low-current or medium-current signals in your project. It is also suitable for use in automated failure-injection testing (e.g., short-open testing for sensor harness FMEA verification). A solid-state relay (SSR) has no moving parts, is silent, has no contact bounce, does not require a particular minimum load current, and does not require a power supply for activation. This board includes two SPST solid-state relays, driver circuits, and LED indicators. Simply connect your logic-level signals to the inputs, and the relays are ready to use. The SSR outputs (contacts, or load-side connections) are electrically isolated from the rest of the board, which allows the board to be used in a wide variety of low-current to medium-current applications, including both AC and DC loads.
With this board, a logic-level signal (e.g., 3.3V or 5V) or higher-voltage signal (e.g., 24V)
may be used to control a solid-state relay.
Examples of logic-level signals include the outputs of an I/O card or a microcontroller's
output pins (e.g., Arduino or Raspberry Pi).
|Part #||Description||Data Sheet||PDF Drawing||DWG Drawing||IGES Model||STEP Model|
|RLYSS102-xx-xx-DIN||2-Channel Solid-State Relay Board, DIN Mount|
|RLYSS102-xx-xx-FT||2-Channel Solid-State Relay Board, Rubber Feet|
Pricing and Ordering
|Product #||Description||1+||10+||RoHS||Buy Now|
Load Rating: 60V, 3.5A AC Wiring / 7A DC Wiring
|RLYSS102-060-35-DIN||Solid-state relay board, 2 channels, 60V, 3.5A per channel AC configuration, 7A per channel DC configuration, DIN mount.||$32.10||$29.95||Yes|
|RLYSS102-060-35-FT||Solid-state relay board, 2 channels, 60V, 3.5A per channel AC configuration, 7A per channel DC configuration, rubber feet.||$30.50||$28.35||Yes|
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