Relay Module (Arduino Compatible)
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Feature
- 3 Application Ideas
- 4 Cautions
- 5 Schematic
- 6 Specification
- 7 Pin definition and Rating
- 8 Mechanic Dimensions
- 9 Usage
- 10 Bill of Materials (BOM) /parts list
- 11 FAQ
- 12 Support
- 13 Version Tracker
- 14 Bug Tracker
- 15 Additional Idea
- 16 Resources
- 17 How to buy
- 18 See Also
- 19 Licensing
- 20 External Links
The module is uses SRD relay module to control high-votage elecrical devices. (maximum 250V).It can be used in interactive projects and can also be used to control the lighting, electrical and other equipments.It can be controlled directly by a wide range of microcontrollers and can be controlled through the digital IO port, such as solenoid valves, lamps, motors and other high current or high voltage devices.
- Model: BK008
- Number of I/O Channels: 1
- Type: Digital
- Switching capacity available by 10A in spite of small size design for highdensity P.C. board mounting technique.
- Control signal: TTL level
- Max. Allowable Voltage: 250VAC/110VDC
- Max. Allowable Power Force: From C(800VAC/240W), From A(1200VA/300W)
- UL,CUL,TUV recognized.
- Indication LED for Relay's Status
- Domestic appliance
- office machine
- automobile, etc.
Pin definition and Rating
Includes important code snippet. Demo code like :
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Bill of Materials (BOM) /parts list
All the components used to produce the product.
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|v1.0b||Initial public release||date|
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How to buy
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